Producers Guild Awards:TV nominees include "Downton Abbey," "Homeland"
From left, Lady Grantham (Elizabeth McGovern), Lord Grantham (Hugh Bonneville), Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens), Isobel Crawley (Penelope Wilton) Tom Branson (Allen Leech), Mr. Carson (Jim Carter) and Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan) in a scene from "Downton Abbey." / Carnival Film & Television for Masterpiece
The Producers Guild of America announced its nominees in film and television categories for the 24th annual Producers Guild Awards on Wednesday, and the TV honorees include "Downton Abbey," "Homeland," "Louie" and "Modern Family." (Find out more about the movie nominees here.)
Five television series were nominated in the top dramatic category - "Breaking Bad," "Downton Abbey," "Game of Thrones," "Homeland" and "Mad Men."
In the comedy category, the nominees are "30 Rock," "The Big Bang Theory," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Louie" and "Modern Family."
Other categories honor reality shows (divided into "non-fiction television" and "competition television"), live entertainment and talk shows, sports programs and children's shows.
The Producers Guild of America, an association of Hollywood producers, will hand out the prizes at a ceremony held on Jan. 26 in Los Angeles. The guild will also present special honors to Bob and Harvey Weinstein (Milestone Award), Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner (David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures), J.J. Abrams (Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television), Russell Simmons (Visionary Award) and the documentary "Bully" (Stanley Kramer Award).
You can see the fill list of nominees (both movies and television) at the PGA's website.
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