‘Lost’ and ‘Housewives’ Win Critics Awards

Hit new shows Lost and Desperate Housewives were the big winners at the
Television Critics Associations Awards in Los Angeles Saturday night.

Desert island drama Lost beat the Housewives, House, Rescue Me and Veronica Mars to pick up Outstanding New Program trophy, as well as Outstanding
Achievement in Drama, at the star-studded ceremony in the Beverly Hilton hotel,
which was hosted by Scots funnyman Craig Ferguson.

Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry was ecstatic when his drama was
named Program of the Year, saying, “A lot of writers in Hollywood go around and
they say, ‘Oh, I don’t care what the critics say, I don’t care about critics.’
I must tell you now, I care desperately what you guys say. It matters to me

The team behind were Arrested Development were delighted with their
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy gong, after the comedy narrowly avoided being
cancelled by the Fox network after falling ratings earlier this year.

Comedian Bob Newhart was also honored with a lifetime achievement accolade.

The full list of winners is:

Program of the Year: Desperate Housewives

Outstanding Achievement in Comedy: Arrested Development

Outstanding Achievement In Drama: Lost

Outstanding Achievement Movies, Mini-Series and Specials: The Office Special

Outstanding New Program of the Year: Lost

Individual Achievement in Comedy: Jon Stewart for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

Individual Achievement in Drama: Hugh Laurie for House

Outstanding Achievement in Children’s Programming: Degrassi: The Next Generation

Outstanding Achievement in News and Information: Frontline

Heritage Award: Nightline

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