December 19, 2008 06:11:59 GMT
'30 Rock' delivers its main cast Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin one each while miniseries 'John Adams' pockets 3.
The list of TV series and made for TV movies that fill in the nominations of Screen Actors Guild Awards next year is unraveled. This time around, NBC's comedy series "30 Rock" has shown another domination by taking three nominations, including a nod each for its two lead actors, Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey.
Also triumphing on the primetime television is the Paul Giamatti-starring miniseries "John Adams". Like "30 Rock", the show accumulates 3 nominations, the same amount that other series like "Mad Men", "The Closer" and "Boston Legal" gather. This time the network that earns most of the nomination is HBO with 9 while ABC and NBC follow behind with 8.
The nominees are selected by actors' peers through a voting that was completed by noon Tuesday, December 16. The second round of voting that determines the winners will be conducted in January and announced on the ceremony on date 25. An award-presenting gala is prepared to be held at Los Angeles' Shrine Exposition Center and broadcast live simultaneously on TNT and TBS at 8/7c and 6 P.M. MT.
SAG Awards also recognizes the best in motion pictures.
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN A TV MOVIE OR MINISERIES