Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Colfer and the NBC comedy The New Normal were among those honored at Wednesday's People's Choice Awards.

Colfer, who plays gay student Kurt Hummel on the Fox musical-comedy Glee, was voted favorite comedic television actor for a second year in a row.

“It is so flattering to be exploited in your fan fiction,” Colfer said in accepting his award.

DeGeneres was voted favorite daytime television host.

“It's 2013, this is my 13th People's Choice Award,” DeGeneres said. “It is exactly as the Mayans predicted. So far, they got one right.”

In the category Favorite New Comedy, NBC's The New Normal took home the award.

In the show from Glee creator Ryan Murphy, David (played by Justin Bartha, The Hangover) and Bryan (Andrew Rannells, Broadway's Book of Mormon) begin their quest to start a family as Goldie (Georgia King) and her daughter escape the clutches of her overbearing and homophobic grandmother (Ellen Barkin) from small town Ohio to Los Angeles.

The New Normal is expected to be picked up for a second season.