It was a night of old favorites amongst for TV lovers at the 2012 SAG Awards.
On the sitcom side, Alec Baldwin took home his fifth statue for his work on "30 Rock," his sixth SAG award overall. Betty White took home her second Actor for TV Land's "Hot In Cleveland." And the cast of "Modern Family" won for comedy ensemble for the second year in a row.
On the more serious side of the small screen, "Boardwalk Empire" reigned. Steve Buscemi took home the award again for the HBO drama, while the show itself was honored for drama ensemble. "American Horror Story" Jessica Lange beat out SAG veterans Julianna Margulies, Glenn Close, Kathy Bates and Kyra Sedgwick for the drama series actor trophy. Kate Winslet was honored for her work in HBO's "Mildred Pierce" and Paul Giamatti took home the statue for "Too Big to Fail."
Take a look at all of TV's SAG Award winners below.
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