Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, <em>Empire</em> Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, Empire

Fox's breakout drama Empire was named Best Television Program of the year at the Television Critics Association Awards Saturday night, while AMC's Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saultook home the prize for Best New Program.

Jon Hamm won his second TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama for his role on Mad Men, while FX's The Americans was named the winner for Outstanding Achievement in Drama.

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Amy Schumer won the award for Individual Achievement in Comedy, and her Comedy Central series Inside Amy Schumer was honored for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy.

HBO nabbed two prizes: Outstanding Achievement in News and Information for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and Outstanding Achivement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials for The Jinx.

ABC Family's The Fosters won Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming for the second year in a row.

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James L. Brooks was also honored with a career achievement award, and The Late Show with David Letterman was recognized with a Heritage Award.

The awards, voted on by more than 200 TCA members from the U.S. and Canada, were handed out at the Beverly Hills Hilton, where the TCA fall previews have been held for the past two weeks. The Late Late Show host James Cordon hosted the event.