Sterling K Brown and Elisabeth Moss continue their golden run in the industry as both actors went on to win the Critics' Choice awards for 'Best Actors' in their respective categories.
And, when it comes to explosive acceptance speeches, Brown always is unstoppable. While accepting his award he shared some inspirational words with the crowd.
He said, "I speak on behalf of my show that's not the darkest, or the sexiest, but we have a lot of heart. And in some dark times right now, it's nice to be a part of something that reminds us that we're all in this thing called life together."
Sterling K Brown won the award for his role in hit-drama series 'This is Us'. He also won the Golden Globe in Best Actor category at this year's star-studded ceremony.
Meanwhile, Elisabeth Moss also doubled the victory after taking home the award in the same category at Golden Globes for 'The Handmaid's Tale'.
Moss thanked critics for "embracing the show from the beginning" as she accepted the award. Moss' co-star Ann Dowd picked up best supporting actress in a drama series.
The other big winners of the night include 'The Big Sick' who won the award for 'Best Comedy Movie'.
Ted Danson took home the trophy for best actor in a comedy for his turn as Michael in comedy 'The Good Place'.
Best supporting actor in drama series went to David Harbour for his role as Chief of Police Jim Hopper in 'Stranger Things'.
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