The CW Cleans Up With ‘People’s Choice Awards’ Wins For ‘Jane the Virgin’ and ‘The Flash’

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On Wednesday, January 7, CBS aired the 2015 “People’s Choice Awards,” which saw The CW’s “” and “,” along with talent from the network’s “,” “,” and “,” sweep much of the television categories.

Film stars (“” and “The Avengers” franchise) and (“” franchise) took top honors as Favorite Movie Actor and Favorite Movie Actress, respectively. Downey also won for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor for his role as Hank Palmer in “The Judge.” “” was named Favorite Movie and Favorite Family Movie.

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Starring “” alums (ex-Beverly) and (ex-Graham Darros), breakout comedy “Jane the Virgin” took home the People’s Choice Award for Favorite New TV Comedy. After making CW history when it premiered to record numbers in October, “The Flash” took home Favorite New TV Drama.

Also taking home awards from The CW were “Beauty and the Beast” (Favorite Network Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show), its star  (Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress), “Supernatural’s”  (Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor), and “The Vampire Diaries” stars and (Favorite TV Duo).

Former “Guiding Light” star took Favorite Cable TV Actor for his portrayal of Neil Caffrey on USA Network’s “,” which concluded in 2014 after 6 seasons. took Favorite Cable TV Actress for her work as Detective Jane Rizzoli on TNT’s “Rizzoli and Isles.”

Favorite TV Crime Drama went to ABC’s “,” which stars “” alum (ex-Joey Buchanan) as a novelist working with the NYPD on special cases. Fillion was awarded Favorite Crime Drama TV Actor and co-star was named Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress. Fillion and his series beat out “'”  (ex-Malcolm Winters) and his “” series in their respective categories.

Currently in its 11th season, ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” took the honors as Favorite Network TV Drama, and its stars  and , won for Favorite Dramatic TV Actress and Favorite Dramatic TV Actor, respectively.

Favorite Actress in a New TV Series went to  for her portrayal as cutthroat attorney Annalise Keating on ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder.”  was named Favorite Actor in a New TV Series for his work as Detective Emmett Carver in FOX’s “.”

(ex-Ann Douglas, “B&B; “” and “Hot in Cleveland”) was named Favorite TV Icon. The 93 year-old living legend was escorted to the stage by , who won for Favorite Action Movie Actor as “Captain America,” and given a standing ovation by attendees.

For a complete list of winners (and who was nominated), click here.