Rotten Tomatoes announced the winners of its 2015 Golden Tomato Awards on Friday, which honor the movies and TV shows which received the best reviews by critics during the year.

2015 Golden Tomato Awards Winners

Rotten Tomatoes gathered reviews throughout the year, to give movies and shows ratings on a scale of 0 to 100 percent, and selected a winner in a series of categories broken down by genre and region.

The best reviewed wide-release movie of 2015, was Mad Max: Fury Road, while the films Inside Out and Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailed in second and third place.

The creation of multiple categories allows films that aren’t gaining much popularity, like the vampire comedy What We Do In The Shadows and the graphic novel adaptation Diary of a Teenage Girl, to also make the list.

In the TV category, new shows like Better Call Saul, Fargo, Master of None and Making a Murderer received love from critics, with the former three garnering nominations for Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards.

Full List of Winners:

Best Reviewed Films

Wide Release: Mad Max: Fury Road

Limited Release: Room

Animated: Inside Out

Action/Adventure Film: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Mad Max: Fury Road

Thriller: Sicario

Comedy: What We Do In The Shadows

Drama: Brooklyn

Romance: Carol

Horror: It Follows

Kids/Family: Paddington

Documentary: Amy

Based on a Comic Book: Diary of a Teenage Girl

Musical or Music: Love & Mercy

Foreign: Timbuktu

TV Category Awards

New TV Series: Better Call Saul

Returning TV Series: Fargo

Comedy: Master of None

Drama: Better Call Saul

Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror: Doctor Who

TV Movie or Mini-Series: Fargo

Documentary: Making a Murderer