It was more good news for the Fox musical-comedy Glee as the Gay & Lesbian Entertainment Critics (GALECA) announced the winners of their second annual Dorian Awards.

Glee stars Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer tied in the TV Performance of the Year category, while Glee, which took home more statues than any other television show at Sunday's Golden Globes, beat out ABC's gay-inclusive Modern Family to be named television comedy of the year.

Darren Criss' portrayal of out-and-proud gay student Blaine Anderson on Glee was recognized with the We're Wilde About You Rising Star award.

CBS' The Good Wife was named television drama of the year. On the show, Dallas Roberts portrays Owen, Alicia Florrick's gay brother. During a recent panel, the show's star Julianna Margulies said she 'loves' the addition.

Annette Bening won a best performance award for her portrayal of a lesbian mom in The Kids Are All Right. Bening also won a Golden Globe for the role.

Other winners include I Am Love, named best film, 8: The Mormon Proposition, named best LGBT-themed documentary, and I Love You Phillip Morris, named best LGBT-themed movie.

GALECA was formed in 2009 and its 40-or-so members review and write on film, television and pop culture.