HBO Tops Directors Guild TV Award Nominations

Jan 11, 2011  •  Post A Comment

HBO was the most-nominated network for the Directors Guild of America Awards, which announced its TV nominees today, the L.A. Times’ Awards Tracker reported. DGA President Taylor Hackford made the announcement.

HBO led with 14 nominations, with “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Pacific,” “Entourage,” “Temple Grandin,” “You Don’t Know Jack” and Bill Maher’s “But I’m Not Wrong” all picking up nods.

Film directors earning recognition for their TV work included Martin Scorsese for “Boardwalk Empire,” Barry Levinson for “You Don’t Know Jack” and Frank Darabont for “The Walking Dead.”

ABC’s “Lost” and AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and “Mad Men” were among the drama nominees, while ABC’s “Modern Family,” NBC’s “30 Rock” and Fox’s “Glee” earned comedy nominations.

The DGA will announce the winners at a ceremony Jan. 29 at the Grand Ballroom in Hollywood.

Here is a complete list of the television nominees.

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