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2011/2012 JDTVAs
Best Drama Programme
Breaking Bad
Doctor Who
Game of Thrones
Mad Men
Person of Interest
The Newsroom
Best Comedy Programme
30 Rock
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Modern Family
Parks and Recreation
The League
Best Actor in a Drama
Bryan Cranston - Breaking Bad
Aaron Paul - Breaking Bad
Michael C. Hall - Dexter
Matt Smith - Doctor Who
Peter Dinklage - Game of Thrones
Damian Lewis - Homeland
Jon Hamm - Mad Men
Jim Caviezel - Person of Interest
William H. Macy - Shameless
Best Actor in a Comedy
Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock
Danny Pudi - Community
Joel McHale - Community
Louie C.K. - Louie
Ty Burrell - Modern Family
Aziz Ansari - Parks & Recreation
Best Actress in a Drama
Karen Gillan - Doctor Who
Anna Torv - Fringe
Lena Headey - Game of Thrones
Claire Danes - Homeland
Emmy Rossum - Shameless
Best Actress in a Comedy
Tina Fey - 30 Rock
Julie Bowen - Modern Family
Amy Poehler - Parks and Recreation
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama
Jonathan Banks - Breaking Bad
Colin Hanks - Dexter
Edward James Olmos - Dexter
John Noble - Fringe
Alfie Allen - Game of Thrones
Jack Gleeson - Game of Thrones
Mandy Patinkin - Homeland
Vincent Kartheiser - Mad Men
John Slattery - Mad Men
Michael Emerson - Person of Interest
Denis O'Hare - True Blood
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Tracey Morgan - 30 Rock
Chevy Chase - Community
Jim Rash - Community
Glenn Howerton - It's Always Sunny...
Rob McElhenney - It's Always Sunny...
Charlie Day - It's Always Sunny...
Rico Rodriguez - Modern Family
Nick Offerman - Parks and Recreation
James Spader - The Office
The Cast - Workaholics
Jason Gann - Wilfred
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama
Jessica Lange - American Horror Story
Morena Baccarin - Homeland
January Jones - Mad Men
Kiernan Shipka - Mad Men
Joan Cusack - Shameless
 Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy
Kaitlin Olson - It's Always Sunny...
Sofia Vergara - Modern Family
Jillian Bell - Workaholics
Best Guest in a Drama
Denis O'Hare - American Horror Story
Alex Kingston - Doctor Who
Charles Dance - Game of Thrones
Jerome Flynn - Game of Thrones
Rory McCann - Game of Thrones
Tom Wlaschiha - Game of Thrones
Best Guest in a Comedy
Ben Swartz - Parks and Recreation
Best New Drama
American Horror Story
Person of Interest
The Newsroom
Best New Comedy

Eligible Candidates

American Horror Story (season 1)
Boardwalk Empire (season 2)
Breaking Bad (season 5)
Californication (season 5)
Dexter (season 6)
Doctor Who (series 6, pt 2)
Fringe (season 4)
Game of Thrones (season 2)
Homeland (season 1)
Mad Men (season 5)
Person of Interest (season 1)
Shameless (US season 2)
Spartacus (season 3)
Supernatural (season 7)
Terra Nova (season 1)
The Newsroom (season 1)
The Walking Dead (season 2)
True Blood (season 5)
Weeds (s. 8 - YTF)

30 Rock (season 6)
Community (season 3)
Episodes (s. 2 - YTW)
Happy Endings (season 2)
It's Always Sunny... (season 7)
Louie (season 3 - YTF)
Modern Family (season 3)
New Girl (season 1 - YTF)
Parks & Rec (season 4)
Suburgatory (season 1)
The League (season 3)
The Office (season 8)
Whitney (season 1 - YTF)
Workaholics (season 2 & 3)
Wilfred (season 2 - YTF)

Note: The 2011–12 television season is for shows that aired primarily between September 2011 and September 2012.  Broken seasons (i.e. Doctor Who series 6, etc) are counted separately if they air in different television seasons. Note: Animated series, reality series, and talk show/skit shows were not included.  I've also made the tough decision to discount the BBC series Sherlock, half because it would win everything, and half because a season is three movie-length episodes, so I'm not counting them as TV, I'm counting them as movies that air on TV (though for the sake of the JDFAs, they also won't qualify, for reverse reasons).


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