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TV Nominations for 2014 DGA Awards: Bryan Cranston Scores Two, Faces Off Vince Gilligan

January 10, 2014 02:06:34 GMT

The 'Breaking Bad' actor earns one nod for directing an episode of his AMC drama series and another for helming an episode of ABC's comedy 'Modern Family'.


TV Nominations for 2014 DGA Awards: Bryan Cranston Scores Two, Faces Off Vince Gilligan
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Directors Guild of America has announced the TV nominees for its annual awards, two days after unveiling the nominations in movie field. Actor/director Bryan Cranston, who's known for his portrayal of meth dealer Walter White on "Breaking Bad", lands in both Dramatic Series and Comedy Series categories.

The three-time Emmy winner earns his Dramatic Series nod for directing an episode of the recently concluded crime drama series. He is joined in the race by "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan, Golden Globe-winning director David Fincher ("House of Cards"), Lesli Linka Glatter ("Homeland") and David Nutter ("Game of Thrones").

Cranston's second nomination comes from his work on critically-acclaimed sitcom "Modern Family". He's fighting off Gail Mancuso who also directed the ABC comedy, Mark Cendrowski and Anthony Rich who helmed "The Big Bang Theory", as well as Beth McCarthy-Miller who directed "30 Rock".

In Movies for Television and Miniseries category, all the nominations go to TV movies and one holiday special. Steven Soderbergh is nominated for his work on "Behind the Candelabra", Stephen Frears secures a spot for directing "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight", David Mamet is recognized for directing "Phil Spector", Beth McCarthy-Miller and Rob Ashford share the honor for their work on "The Sound of Music Live!", and Nelson McCormick is nominated for directing "Killing Kennedy".

The winners of the 66th annual DGA Awards will be feted during a dinner hosted by Jane Lynch on February 25 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.

DRAMATIC SERIES

COMEDY SERIES MOVIES FOR TELEVISION AND MINISERIES VARIETY/TALK/NEWS/SPORTS - REGULARLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING VARIETY/TALK/NEWS/SPORTS - SPECIALS
  • Louis C.K., "Louis C.K.: Oh My God"
  • Joel Gallen, 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
  • Louis J. Horvitz, The 55th Annual Grammy Awards
  • Don Mischer, The 85th Annual Academy Awards
  • Glenn Weiss, The 67th Annual Tony Awards
REALITY PROGRAMS CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
  • Stephen Herek, "Jinxed"
  • Jeffrey Hornaday, "Teen Beach Movie"
  • Jonathan Judge, "Swindle"
  • Amy Schatz, "An Apology to Elephants"
  • Adam Weissman, "A.N.T. Farm" - "influANTces"


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