EW's 2014 TV Awards: And the Winners Are...
Best Couple Who Beat the Moonlighting Odds:Mindy & Danny, The Mindy Project
Working together and sleeping together can be a winning (and sustainable) combination indeed.
Worst Series Finale:True Blood
Wait—so Sookie doesn't end up with Alcide, Bill, or Eric?
Worst-er Series Finale:How I Met Your Mother
So we finally met the Mother...just in time for her to die?
Best High-Concept Series:The Affair
Showtime's new series, told from multiple perspectives within the same episode, is one to remember.
Worst High-Concept Series:Mixology
You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.
Best TV Tykes:The Johnsons from Black-ish
We wouldn't be able to give those adorable imps a spanking either, Dre.
Worst TV Tyke:Ethan from Extant
Small Wonder gave us a soft spot for robot kids, but Halle Berry's sci-fi series made us short-circuit. Here's hoping this creepy kid—much like our vacation photos—gets lost in the cloud.
Best Military-Themed Series Featuring a Veronica Mars Alum That Ended Too Soon:Enlisted
RIP! But thank you for giving us an eyeful of Chris Lowell (a.k.a. Piz) every week.
Best Olympic Event:Poking Fun at Bob Costas' Pinkeye
Gold medalist, broadcaster division: Matt ''Taking the red-eye home?'' Lauer.
Worst Olympic Event:Subtitle Hide-and-Seek
Gold medalist, viewer division: Rosetta Stone Russian-edition owners.
Best Pet Performances:Cashew from House of Cards, Judith Light from Broad City, and Ser Pounce from Game of Thrones
What do this year's best pet performers have in common? Hair—and lots of it. House of Cards' absurdly fluffy, scene-stealing Cashew looked more like a gremlin than a guinea pig. Ilana's doggy charge on Broad City had such a lustrous white-blond mane that her sometime boyfriend Lincoln renamed the pup Judith Light. But the crown must go to the pet who immediately became a meme: Ser Pounce, Tommen's cuddly cat on Game of Thrones. He made such a strong impression that fans nearly rioted when news broke that the feline would appear in just one episode—a twist of fate almost as shocking as the Purple Wedding. —Hillary Busis