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The full winners list also includes 'Downton Abbey' and 'Orange Is the New Black', the latter of which takes home two prizes.
Jimmy Fallon, meanwhile, accepts the award for Stephen Colbert and delivers Colbert's acceptance speech when 'The Colbert Report' is announced as best variety series.
Ruffalo plays an HIV/AIDS activist in the Ryan Murphy-directed TV movie, joined by Julia Roberts who stars as a physician who treats several of the earliest victims in the 1980s.
The 'American Horror Story' creator will direct the TV movie adaptation of the Tony-winning play for a 2014 premiere, with Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer also in the cast.
Roberts and Baldwin will join Mark Rufallo, Matthew Bomer and Jim Parsons in the drama, which is based on Tony-winning play about the fight against HIV/AIDS in New York's gay community.