12 Years a Slave was the big winner in the motion picture category at Saturday's NAACP Image Awards, while Scandal, Person of Interest and NCIS: LA all took home television prizes.
12 Years a Slave, considered one of the frontrunners to win Best Picture at next week's Oscars, won four awards, including Outstanding Motion Picture, Best Director for Steve McQueen and Best Supporting Actress for Academy Award nominee Lupita Nyong'o.
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The Best Actor and Actress prizes for motion pictures went to Forest Whitaker (The Butler) and Angela Bassett (Black Nativity).
On the TV side, Scandal won Outstanding Drama Series and star Kerry Washington won Best Actress in a Drama. NCIS: LA's LL Cool J won Best Actor in a Drama. The awards for Best Supporting Actor and Actress went to Scandal's Joe Morton and Person of Interest's Taraji P. Henson.
Kevin Hart was named Entertainer of the Year as well as Best Comedy Actor, and his BET series Real Husbands of Hollywood won Best Comedy Series.
Previously-announced winners included Beyonce and John Legend, who won Best Female and Male Music Artist, respectively.
See a full list of winners in all categories here.