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    #334734

    The casting and producing guilds use the Emmy eligibility period; the other twelve use the calendar year.

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    30th Artios Award Nominees by the Casting Society of America

    Drama Series: Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife, House of Cards, True Detective
    Drama Pilot: Halt and Catch Fire, Masters of Sex, Ray Donovan, Sleepy Hollow, True Detective

    Comedy Series: Girls, Modern Family, Nurse Jackie, Orange is the New Black, Veep
    Comedy Pilot: The Goldbergs, Looking, Mom, Orange is the New Black, Silicon Valley

    Movie or Miniseries: American Horror Story, Broadchurch, Fargo, The Normal Heart, Treme
    Animated Series: American Dad!, Bob’s Burgers, Dora the Explorer, Family Guy, Robot Chicken
    Children’s Series: Austin & Ally, Dog with a Blog, Good Luck Charlie, Lab Rats, Sam & Cat

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    24Emmy
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    Ha, nice. No love for Web Series? (poor guys)

     

    Web Series

    Aim High (Season 2), Matthew Lessall

    Backpackers, Stephanie Gorin

    Chosen (Seasons 2 & 3), Josh Einsohn

    Deadbeat, Adam Caldwell, Cindy Tolan

    Mortal Kombat: Legacy (Season 2), Matthew Lessall

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    Riley
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    I guess they do not have a hanging episodes rule like the Emmys, so the Halt and Catch Fire pilot got in.

    Drama matched up five for five with the Emmys.

    Miniseries matched up four for five.  Broadchurch was nominated
    after being ineligible for the Emmys, so maybe this is what the Emmys
    would have looked like if it were eligible.  Not sure why it is eligible
    here and not there though.  I am surprised that Sherlock was bumped and not Treme, given the unusual support that the former had.

    Comedy also matched up four for five.  It looks like Girls was in sixth place for the Emmy slot, which is not too surprising, given that it had been nominated both seasons before, still got two acting nominations and won for its first season, but this means that Silicon Valley was down in seventh or eigthth, depending on The Big Bang Theory.  I would have thought that Nurse Jackie was in fifth, since it is so old and they dropped Merritt Wever (and Bobby Cannavale due to ineligibility), but I guess Louie was actually the one that bumped Girls at the Emmys.

    But the big takeaway from all of this is Brooklyn Nine-Nine continuing its perfect run at the guilds being snubbed.  Its pilot could not even get nominated over Mom and The Goldbergs.  The industry just hates this show for some reason.

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    But the big takeaway from all of this is Brooklyn Nine-Nine continuing its perfect run at the guilds being snubbed.  Its pilot could not even get nominated over Mom and The Goldbergs.  The industry just hates this show for some reason.

     

    It’s nice to see the best two new comedies of the 2013-2014 season receive their due here.

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    Even Looking should not have gotten in before it.  The Mindy Project won last year and Sleepy Hollow is a nominee on the drama side, so it is not like they are biased against Fox or anything.

    The Halt and Catch Fire pilot actually aired June 1st, so I am not sure how it got nominated.  Did they count AMC putting its pilot online early as its premiere, since that is how Netflix is releasing all of its shows?

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    When will the PGA announce their nominations?

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    Riley
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    November 26th, except for Movies/Miniseries, which go by the calendar year and will be announced January 5th.

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    I have a feeling in the Movie or Miniseries category that Trip to Bountiful could be nominated. They usually like nominating movie adaptations based on plays such as Angels in America (won), Jane Eyre, Lackawanna Blues, A Raisin in the Sun and Grey Gardens (won).

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    I doubt it.  Fargo, The Normal Heart, Sherlock, American Horror Story and Olive Kitteridge have it locked up.

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    I hope it does. I kinda of tired seeing the same ol’ HBO, FX and PBS getting nominated. They are currently doing the stage play in LA. Lifetime has been nominated before with Georgia O’Keefe and Prayers for Bobby.

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    Thanks to the person who rated all of my posts (and no one else’s) in this thread one star.  Yay, star ratings!

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    The nominations for the American Society of Cinematographers Awards will be announced on November 19 (if they stick to the timetable on their website).

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    AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS NOMINATIONS

    EPISODE OF A REGULAR SERIES

    VIKINGS – “Blood Eagle”, PJ Dillon (History)
    BOARDWALK EMPIRE – “Golden Days for Boys and Girls”, Jonathan Freeman (HBO)
    GAME OF THRONES – “The Children”, Anette Haellmigk (HBO)
    GOTHAM – “Spirit of the Goat”, Christopher Norr (FOX)
    MANHATTAN – “Perestroika”, Richard Rutkowski (WGN America)
    GAME OF THRONES – “Mockingbird”, Fabian Wagner (HBO)

    TELEVISION MOVIE, MINISERIES OR PILOT

    THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, David Greene (Lifetime)
    MANHATTAN – “Pilot”, John Lindley (WGN America)
    GOTHAM – “Pilot”, David Stockton (FOX)
    DELIVERANCE CREEK, Theo van de Sande (Lifetime)

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    Awards Schedule

     

    2015 Writers Guild Awards 


    Thu. Dec. 4 2014 – Television, New Media, Radio, News, Promotional Writing, and Graphic
    Animation Nominations Announced 
     


    Sat. Feb. 14
    2015 WRITERS GUILD AWARDS (67th Annual)


     


    19th Art
    Directors Guild Awards 2015:


    -Nominations
    ANNOUNCED , Monday, Jan 5, 2015


    -Winners
    Announced, Saturday, Jan 31, 2015


     


     2015 ACE EDDIE AWARDS


    -Nominations Announced – January 2, 2015


    -Awards Presented , January 30, 2015




     


    67

    th
    Directors Guild Awards 2015


    -Television
    and Commercials Nominees,
    Wednesday,
    January 14, 2015


    -DGA Awards, Saturday,
    February 7, 2015


     







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