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Cable dominated the TV categories at the Golden Globes Sun night, with Showtime sweeping the drama category. Its 4 wins marked the most series wins of any net and the most-ever for Showtime. “Homeland” was recognized as best drama, while Claire Danes and Damian Lewis were honored for their acting in the series. Also picking up a win was Don Cheadle for Best Actor in a TV Series, Comedy for “House of Lies.” Lies returned to the net Sun night for a 2nd season, with the series delivering its highest-rated ep ever (1.19mln viewers). HBO had the most Globes of the night, with Sarah Palin movie “Game Change” earning 3 awards. “Girls” received 2, including Best TV Series — Comedy or Musical. As the Globes were underway, “Girls” began its 2nd season with 1.6mln viewers across 3 plays (866K at 9pm, on par with last year's debut). Kevin Costner was honored for his role in History's “Hatfields & McCoys.” Maggie Smith's supporting actress award on PBS ' “Downton Abbey” was the only broadcast net showing. And it seems Jodie Foster's acceptance speech wasn't the only thing buzzworthy. E!'s “Live from the Red Carpet” hit a 9-year high, reaching nearly 2mln viewers (up 12% in total viewers). Over at CableFAX.com, check out a rundown of Executive Editor Michael Grebb's celebrity-stuffed day at the Beverly Hilton during the Golden Globes awards ceremony Sun. Take note: P. Diddy and cheese were involved.

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