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7th TCA Awards

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7th TCA Awards
DateJuly 26, 1991
VenueUniversal City Hilton, Los Angeles, California
Program of the YearThe Civil War

The 7th TCA Awards were presented by the Television Critics Association. The ceremony was held on July 26, 1991, at the Universal City Hilton in Los Angeles, Calif.[1][2][3][4]

Winners and nominees

Category Winner Other Nominees
Program of the Year The Civil War (PBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Murphy Brown (CBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Drama thirtysomething (ABC)
Outstanding Achievement in Specials The Civil War (PBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming War in the Gulf: Answering Children's Questions (ABC)
Outstanding Achievement in News and Information Gulf War coverage (CNN)
Outstanding Achievement in Sports 1991 NCAA Final Four (CBS)
Career Achievement Award Brandon Tartikoff

Multiple wins

The following shows received multiple wins:

Wins Recipient
2 The Civil War

Multiple nominations

The following shows received multiple nominations:

Nominations Recipient
4 The Civil War
3 Northern Exposure


  1. ^ "Cbs Series Has An Enviable Identity Crisis". Sun-Sentinel. June 19, 1991. Retrieved June 19, 2013.
  2. ^ "Tv Critics Reward `Civil War` Series". Sun-Sentinel. July 27, 1991. Retrieved June 19, 2013.
  3. ^ "TV Critics Name `Civil War' a Winner; Honors Fail to Develop for `Exposure'". Deseret News. July 29, 1991. Retrieved June 19, 2013.
  4. ^ "'Murphy Brown' and 'Civil War' are the critics' top shows". The Baltimore Sun. July 30, 1991. Retrieved June 19, 2013.

External links

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