ABC's resurgence was clearly on display Monday night as it dominated the TV awards categories at the 63rd annual Golden Globes ceremonies. The network's Lost won for best drama and its Desperate Housewives, for best comedy. In addition, Geena Davis, who stars in ABC's Commander in Chief. won the best actress award in the drama category, while Sandra Oh won for best supporting actress in ABC's Grey's Anatomy. The remainder of the top awards were scattered, and included best actor awards for Hugh Laurie (Fox's House) and Steve Carell (NBC's The Office) in the drama and comedy categories respectively; a best actress award for Mary-Louise Parker (Showtime's Weeds) in the comedy category, and a best-supporting actor award to Paul Newman for his performance in HBO's Empire Falls, which also won for best miniseries or movie.