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Hackers and musicians ruled at the Golden Globes Sunday as old television favorites were cast aside for a slew of new shows and rising actors. Amazon Studio's streaming show "Mozart in the Jungle," about the backstage lives of New York classical musicians, went home with the best TV comedy series and a best actor award for its star Gael Garcia Bernal.Robot' and that took a lot of courage".As award-winning shows and their stars including political satire "Veep," ground-breaking transgender series "Transparent" and quirky black comedy "Fargo" sat on the sidelines, only Jon Hamm, star of advertising drama "Mad Men," was a repeat winner.Newcomer Rachel Bloom, 28, beat veterans Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jamie Lee Curtis in her role as the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" in the CW's new musical comedy series, which she also helped to create.
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