Alfonso Cuarón’s Netflix drama, "Roma," was the big winner in the film category at the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday in Santa Monica, California, taking home four trophies -- including Best Picture.
In television, FX's "The Americans" and Amazon's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" walked off with Best Drama and Comedy, respectively.
Cuarón's autobiographical recounting of the life of a live-in housekeeper to an upper middle-class family in Mexico also won for Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Film.
Christian Bale copped Best Actor in a Comedy honors for his role in "Vice," while Glenn Close and Lady Gaga tied for the Best Actress award for their roles in "The Wife" and "A Star Is Born." Gaga also won Best Song for "Shallow."
The Best Supporting Actor and Actress trophies went to Mahershala Ali for "Green Book" and Regina King for "If Beale Street Could Talk." The movie "Crazy Rich Asians" won for Best Comedy, while Olivia Coleman took home Best Actress in a Comedy honors, for "The Favourite."
On the TV side, "The Americans'" Matthew Rhys won for Best Actor in a Drama Series, while the show's Noah Emmerich got the award for Best Supporting Actor. Sandra Oh followed up last week's Golden Globe win for Best Actress in a Drama Series with a CTA in the same category for BBC America's "Killing Eve."