June 29, 2010 03:37:07 GMT
Underdogs in the first wave, 'Modern Family', 'Community' and 'One Tree Hill' would not let the prizes easily go to 'Gossip Girl', 'Glee' and 'Vampire Diaries' with the newly-announced nominations.
More TV shows will get to go home with surfboards. The 2010 Teen Choice Awards has announced the second batch of nominees whose winners are determined by fans votes. Not dominant in the first wave, "Modern Family", "Community" and "One Tree Hill" will now give a tough competition.
"Modern" which has been nominated in TV Show Comedy the last time, is now vying also the prizes of Breakout Show, Female Breakout Star, and Male Breakout Star. "Community" meanwhile, earns its first nominations through Spanish teacher Ken Jeong who is up for Male Breakout Star and the first season which is up for Breakout Show. "Hill" is now put under three additional categories, Female Scene Stealer, Male Scene Stealer, and Parental Unit.
However, "Glee" remains the one having the biggest chance to bring home the trophies. The FOX show previously nabbed five nominations, one less than that earned by "Gossip Girl". This time it gets a whooping seven more. Most of the cast like Amber Riley, Chris Colfer, Dianna Agron and Kevin McHale are pocketing one each.
The voting is opened at TeenChoiceAwards.com, including also the second wave of nominees in movie, music, and pop culture. The gala will be aired by FOX on August 9 starting at 8/7c with Katy Perry as host.
Choice TV: Personality