We knew affairs were upsetting, but DAYUM!
Ruth Wilson won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a TV Drama for her work in Showtime's The Affair, marking yet another surprise honor for the freshman series!
She beat out Claire Danes in Homeland, Viola Davis in How to Get Away With Murder, Julianna Margulies in The Good Wife, and Robin Wright in House of Cards!
So we're guessing no one expected her to come away with the gold!
And if you aren't already watching The Affair? It might be time to cheat on your favorite show and give it a try!
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Finally! Kevin Spacey finally gets to address the camera in a non-Richard-the-Third-esque way!
After being nominated 8 times, Kevin just won the award for Best Actor in a TV Drama Series for his portrayal of the Machiavellian Frank Underwood on House of Cards.
We'd call that Golden Globe Awards history!
Competing against enormously talented individuals, Kevin beat out Liev Schreiber on Ray Donovan on Showtime, Clive Owen on The Knick on Cinemax, James Spader on The Blacklist on NBC, and Dominic West on The Affair on Showtime.
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Congrats to The Affair!
The fabulous show won the Best TV Drama Series at the Golden Globe Awards.
The cast, including Ruth Wilson and Joshua Jackson, proudly accepted the well-deserved award.
Considering the show has only been on Showtime for one season, we're very impressed that it beat out Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, The Good Wife, and House of Cards!
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Looks like vacation time is over for Joshua Jackson!
It's been a while since Joshy has been on our television sets, a year to be exact, and now the actor is heading over to Showtime!
The Dawson's Creek alum will star in a new drama titled The Affair, which follows two marriages and an affair that changes both couples' worlds forever!
Sounds super scandalous!
David Nevins, the President of Entertainment at Showtime, said of the new show:
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