earned six nominations for the first Critics' Choice Television Awards. The ABC comedy
led with the most nominations; "Mad Men"
earned five, while "Boardwalk Empire"
and "30 Rock"
had four each.
The awards are given by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, a new offshoot of the Broadcast Film Critics Association. Cat Deeley
will host the inaugural awards ceremony at a luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel June 20.
ABC was the most nominated broadcast network with 16 bids, followed by NBC with 12. AMC
led nominations for cable networks, with nine each. BEST DRAMA SERIES
"Boardwalk Empire""Dexter""Friday Night Lights""Fringe""Game of Thrones""The Good Wife""Justified""The Killing"
"Mad Men""The Walking Dead"BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIESSteve Buscemi
, "Boardwalk Empire"Kyle Chandler
, "Friday Night Lights"Michael C. Hall
, "Dexter"Jon Hamm
, "Mad Men"
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