breaking bad cast wga awards 2014 Writers Guild of America 2014 winners list: 'Breaking Bad,' 'House of Cards'The winners were announced for the Writers Guild of America 2014 awards over the weekend, with top honors going to TV series “Breaking Bad,” “Veep” and “House of Cards” and movies “Her,” “Captain Phillips” and “Stories We Tell.”

The complete winners list:

Drama series: “Breaking Bad”

Comedy series: “Veep”

New series: “House of Cards”

Episodic drama: “Confessions” (“Breaking Bad”)

Episodic comedy: “Hogcock!” (“30 Rock”)

Original screenplayer: “Her”

Adapted screenplay: “Captain Phillips”

Documentary screenplay: “Stories We Tell”

Long form, adapted: “Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight”

Short form new media, original: “Episode 4: The Collected Sylvia”

Animation: “A Test Before Trying” (“The Simpsons”)

Comedy/variety (including talk), series: “The Colbert Report”

Comedy/variety, music, awards, tributes: “Blake Shelton’s Not So Family Christmas”

Quiz and audience participation: “Jeopardy!”

Daytime drama: “Days of Our Lives”

Children’s, episodic and specials: “influANTces” (“A.N.T. Farm”)

Documentary, current events: “Egypt in Crisis”

Documentary, other: “The Choice 2012”

News, regularly scheduled, bulletin or breaking report: “Tragedy at Newton” (“ABC World
News with Diane Sawyer”)

News, analysis, feature or commentary: “Lethal Medicine” (“60 Minutes”)

On-air promotion: “The Crazy Ones – Building a Better Comedy,” CBS

Television graphic art and animation: CBS News Animations: “Brain Injury,” “Pills,” “Bionic
Leg,” “Midland Parade,” “Concordia Salvage;” Animation by David Rosen; CBS News

Videogame: “The Last of Us”

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