(LOS ANGELES) — The 70th Annual Writers Guild Awards were handed out Sunday night, celebrating the writers of this year’s biggest films and television shows.
Jordan Peele’s Get Out earned the award for Best Original Screenplay and James Ivory scored the Best Adapted Screenplay for Call Me by Your Name, making them the front runners at this year’s Oscars, according to Deadline.
The ceremony also awarded writers from the small screen. The Handmaid’s Tale was honored twice, winning Best New Series and Best Drama. Other shows like Big Little Lies, Saturday Night Live, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Will & Grace also were recognized.
The WGA Awards held two ceremonies concurrently in New York with Late Night writer Amber Ruffin hosting and in Los Angeles with Patton Oswalt as host.
Check out the full list of winners below:
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY – Get Out, Written by Jordan Peele
ADAPTED SCREENPLAY – Call Me by Your Name, Screenplay by James Ivory; Based on the Novel by André Aciman
DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY – Jane, Written by Brett Morgen; National Geographic
DRAMA SERIES – The Handmaid’s Tale
COMEDY SERIES – Veep
NEW SERIES – The Handmaid’s Tale
LONG FORM ORIGINAL – Flint
LONG FORM ADAPTED – Big Little Lies
COMEDY/VARIETY TALK SERIES – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
COMEDY/VARIETY SKETCH SERIES – Saturday Night Live
DAYTIME DRAMA – General Hospital
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