The “Game of Thrones”, “Watchmen” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” series received the most selections from television productions at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) awards.
The DGA finalized the announcement, with four days delay, of the nominations for the television area, with the sections “serial-drama”, “serial-comedy” and “special programs of entertainment, debates, news, sports”.
Overall, Amazon Prime Video’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is on a par, in terms of a number of selections, with “Fosse / Verdon” of the FX network, each receiving three each.
Nominations for the “serial-drama” category have come back entirely to HBO productions – two nominations for “Watchmen”, two for “Game of Thrones” and one for “Succession”.
In the series-drama category were nominated: Nicole Kassell, for the episode “Its Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice” in the series “Watchmen” (HBO), Mark Mylod, for “This Is Not For Tears” in the series “Succession “(HBO), David Nutter, for” The Las of the Starks “from” Game of Thrones “(HBO), Miguel Sapochnik, for” The Ling Night “from” GOT “(HBO), Stephen Williams, for” This Extraordinary Being “from” Watchmen “(HBO):
In the serial-comedy category were nominated: Dan Attias, for “It’s the Sixties, Man!” In “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Prime Video), Bill Hader, for “Ronny / lily” in “Barry” (HBO), David Mandel for “Veep” in “Veep” (HBO), Amy Sherman Palladino, for “It’s Comedy or Cabbage” in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Prime Video), and Daniel Palladino for “Marvelous Radio” in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Prime Video).
As for special programs, James Burrows and Andy Fisher were nominated for ABC’s “Life in Front of a Studio Audience”, three Netflix programs, directed by Spike Jonze (“Aziz Ansari: Right Now”), Stan Lathan (” Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones) and Linda Mendoza (“Wanda Sykes: Not Normal”) are in the selection and Glenn Weiss for the 91st Oscar (ABC) Gala completes the list.
The rest of the selections for the DGA awards in the television area were announced on Monday.
In total, HBO received 12 nominations, and Netflix, 9.
The 72nd edition of the DGA Awards Ceremony will be held on January 25 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Los Angeles.