‘The Boys,’ ‘Succession’ Land Most Honors at Astra TV Awards — Full Winners List

Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys” led all series at Monday night’s Astra TV Awards, scoring six trophies — including best streaming drama series. HBO’s “Succession” was close behind with five wins, including best cale drama series.

Organized by the newly renamed Hollywood Creative Alliance, the also-redubbed Astra TV Awards were formerly known as the HCA TV Awards. The Astras are unique in separating broadcast, cable and streaming into their own categories.

In broadcast, the biggest winner of the night was ABC’s “Abbott Elementary,” which won four prizes — including best broadcast network comedy series.

Also on Monday, “The Boys” creator Eric Kripke was presented with the TV Icon award, while composer Ariel Marx (“A Small Light”) was given the Artisan Spotlight award. Comedian Aida Rodriguez hosted the event, which was produced by DIGA Studios and Content.23 Media and held at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Here is a list of the night’s winners:

Best Streaming Drama Series: The Boys (Prime Video)

Best Actor in a Streaming Drama Series: Antony Starr – The Boys (Prime Video)

Best Supporting Actor in a Streaming Drama Series: Jensen Ackles – The Boys (Prime Video)

Best Stunts: The Boys (Prime Video)

Best Casting in a Drama Series: The Boys (Prime Video)