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10th TCA Awards

10th TCA Awards
Date July 22, 1994
Venue Los Angeles, California
Highlights
Program of the Year Late Show with David Letterman
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The 10th TCA Awards were presented by the Television Critics Association. Ellen DeGeneres hosted the ceremony on July 22, 1994.[1][2][3][4]

Winners and nominees

Category Winner Other Nominees
Program of the Year Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Frasier (NBC)
Outstanding Achievement in Drama NYPD Blue (ABC)
Outstanding Achievement in Specials Prime Suspect 3 (PBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming Nick News with Linda Ellerbee (Nickelodeon)
Outstanding Achievement in News and Information Nightline (ABC)
Outstanding Achievement in Sports 1994 Winter Olympics (CBS)
Career Achievement Award Charles Kuralt

References

  1. ^ "TV & Radio: The Critics' Picks".  
  2. ^ "TV Critics Single Out 3 Newcomers in Awards".  
  3. ^ "`NYPD Blue,'`Frasier' win TV critics awards".  
  4. ^ "Critics Honor `Letterman' As Top Show".  

External links

  • Official website
  • 1994 TCA Awards at IMDb.com
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