‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Atlanta,’ Carrie Coon big winners at the Television Critics Assn. awards

Brown of “This Is Us” perform at the 33rd Television Critics Assn. The Tony- and Emmy-winning firecracker made multiple costume changes, including the signature   “Handmaid’s” robe and bonnet as well as   a royal tip of the tiara   to “The Crown.” She also   performed a pithy spoof of her “Wicked” number “Popular,” in which she renamed the awards “The Chennies.”   The “American Gods” star also invited Sterling K. awards Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton. “Handmaid’s Tale,” the Hulu   drama   adapted from Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel, took home two awards, for program of the year and outstanding achievement in drama, while “Atlanta,” the FX comedy, also won two awards, for outstanding achievement in comedy and individual achievement in comedy for creator-star Donald Glover.”Fargo” and “The Leftovers” star Carrie Coon made TCA awards history by receiving her award for individual achievement in drama for both performances.The ceremony, which   was not televised, was hosted by an   energetic and   musically minded Kristin Chenoweth. (Frederick M. Host Kristin Chenoweth and Sterling K. Brown / Getty Images)”The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Atlanta” were the big winners at the 33rd Television Critics Assn. awards Saturday at the Beverly Hilton. Made in America,” ESPNOutstanding achievement in reality programming: “Leah Remeni: Scientology and the Aftermath,” A&EOutstanding achievement in youth programming: “Speechless,” ABCOutstanding new program: “This Is Us,” NBCOutstanding achievement in movies, miniseries and specials: “Big Little Lies, HBOOutstanding achievement in drama: “The Handmaid’s Tale” HuleOutstanding achievement in comedy: “Atlanta,” FXProgram of the year: “The Handmaid’s Tale,” HuleCareer achievement award:   Ken BurnsHeritage award: “Seinfeld,” NBC Latest updates Brown, celebrating the outstanding new program win for “This Is Us,” to join her onstage to perform the duet “For Good,” also from “Wicked.”    In all, 12 awards were handed out including a career achievement honor to   documentary filmmaker   Ken Burns and a Heritage award for the beloved NBC comedy “Seinfeld.”   Results were determined from votes cast by the TCA   membership, comprised of more than 220 professional TV critics and journalists from the United States and Canada,   including this writer.2017 TCA Award recipients:   Individual achievement in drama: Carrie Coon, “The Leftovers,” HBO,   and “Fargo,” FX   Individual achievement in comedy: Donald Glover, “Atlanta,” FXOutstanding achievement in news and information: “O.J.