'Ted Lasso' Leads Nominees for 2021 TV Critics Association Awards With Five Nods
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The comedy series fronted by Jason Sudeikis dominates the nominations for the upcoming annual Television Critics Association Awards with a total of five mentions.

AceShowbiz - Jason Sudeikis' comedy "Ted Lasso" led the nominations for the 2021 Television Critics Association Awards, with five nods.

Fresh off the back of the Apple TV+ show earning 20 Emmy nominations, the programme was named in categories including Individual Achievement in Comedy for Jason and co-star Hannah Waddingham, Outstanding New Program and Outstanding Achievement in Comedy. It's also up for the prestigious Program of the Year gong.

It was also a successful nominations haul for Disney+ programme "WandaVision", HBO's "Mare of Easttown", starring Kate Winslet, Jean Smart's "Hacks, and Michaela Coel's "I Will Destroy You" - all of which are up for four awards.

Like last year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no actual ceremony will be held for the awards. Instead, the winners will be notified at a later date.

The full list of nominees for the 2021 Television Critics Association Awards is as follows:

Individual Achievement in Drama:



Individual Achievement in Comedy:



Individual Achievement in Comedy in News and Information:

  • "Allen v. Farrow" - HBO
  • "City So Real" - NatGeo
  • "Framing Britney Spears" - FX/FX On Hulu
  • "Frontline" - PBS
  • "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" - HBO
  • "Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special" - CBS
  • "The Rachel Maddow Show - MSNBC 60 Minutes" - CBS



Outstanding Achievement in Reality:

  • "Couples Therapy" - Showtime
  • "Deaf U" - Netflix
  • "The Great Pottery Throw Down" - HBO Max
  • "Legendary" - HBO Max
  • "Nailed It! Double Trouble" - Netflix
  • "The Real World Homecoming: New York" - Paramount+
  • "Taste the Nation" - Hulu
  • "Top Chef: Portland" - Bravo



Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming:



Outstanding New Program:



Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries or Specials:



Outstanding Achievement in Drama:



Outstanding Achievement in Comedy:



Outstanding Achievement in Variety, Talk, or Sketch:



Program of the Year:

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