The cast of ''Downton Abbey'' takes the TV drama prize at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, while the cast of ''Orange Is the New Black'' takes the top comedy prize. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The Screen Actors Guild Awards were handed out on Saturday (January 30) and in the television categories, Netflix's women's prison show "Orange Is the New Black," won the best comedy series ensemble award for the second consecutive year. "Look at this stage," cast member Laura Prepon said while accepting the award. "This is what we talk about when we talk about diversity. Different race, color, creed, sexual orientation." Jeffrey Tambor won best comedy series actor for playing Maura Pfefferman, an ageing, wealthy transgender woman in Amazon's "Transparent." Kevin Spacey was named best drama actor for political thriller "House of Cards," and British period drama "Downton Abbey" was named best drama ensemble. Beloved comedic actress Carol Burnett was presented with the Life Achievement Award.