was the big winner at the 38th Annual NAACP Image Awards, taking home a quartet of statues, including lead actor in a drama series for
. The lightning-rod serial also came out on top in the best-drama, supporting-actress (Chandra Wilson) and writing (Shondra Rhimes' "It's the End of the World" episode) contests.
followed with three wins of its own, in the comedy-series, supporting-actress/comedy (Vanessa Williams) and writing/comedy categories.
Among TV's other winners were
Close to Home
Everybody Hates Chris
Tyler James Williams
Tracee Eliis Ross
(in the lead-acting/comedy slots),
's Omar Epps (supporting actor/drama), and
' Reggie Hayes (supporting actor/comedy). For the full list of winners,