Although several shows in the network Monday night prime time line-up were nominated for awards in 2014, only two, "The Voice" and "Castle," actually won. If the classification of Monday night shows is expanded to include cable, however, then "Jane the Virgin" and "The Fosters" also join the list. Also of note, Joseph Morgan of "The Originals" also won a People's Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a New Series, though the show itself didn't win any awards.
"The Voice" won both Teen Choice and People's Choice awards for Best/Favorite Reality Series in 2014. "Castle" won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Crime Drama. American Film Institute Awards awarded "Jane the Virgin" the award for Program of the Year in 2014, while "The Fosters" claimed the Teen Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming.
Both the Teen Choice Awards and the People's Choice Awards are determined by viewer votes. During a specific polling period, fans can cast nominations and votes for their favorite shows and performances. The American Film Institute Awards, however, are determined by industry professionals, and are given to only 10 movies and 10 television programs each year for their cultural and artistic impact on the industry.