Saturday night saw "Friday Night Lights" and "Game of Thrones" winning the top honors at the Television Critics Association's 27th annual awards.

Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman was hosting the event that was held at The Beverly Hilton, home to the TCA summer press tour over the last two weeks.

DirecTV/NBC's Emmy-nominated drama "Friday Night Lights" won the Program of the year, that ran for five-seasons earlier this summer.

Other winners were "Mad Men", "Modern Family" and "Parks and Recreation".

It was the second year in a row that "Modern Family", aired on ABC, won the award for outstanding achievement in comedy.

"Game of Thrones", which became popular during its first season on HBO, won the award for outstanding new program, an honor that was won by Fox's Glee last year.

Here is the complete list of the 2011 TCA Awards, as reported by THR:

Individual Achievement in Drama: Jon Hamm (Mad Men, AMC)
Individual Achievement in Comedy: Ty Burrell (Modern Family, ABC) and Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation, NBC)
Outstanding Achievement in News and Information: Restrepo (National Geographic Channel)
Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming: The Amazing Race (CBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming: Sesame Street (PBS)
Outstanding New Program: Game of Thrones (HBO)
Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials: Masterpiece: Sherlock (PBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Drama: Mad Men (AMC)
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy: Modern Family (ABC)
Career Achievement Award: Oprah Winfrey
Heritage Award: The Dick Van Dyke Show
Program of the Year: Friday Night Lights (DirecTV/NBC)