2011 Critics’ Choice Television Awards – Complete List of Nominees

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Great news, folks! Normally, summertime brings with it a great drought of not only rain but, more importantly, award shows. Not this summer, though! We here at VH1 are psyched to announce the inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards, a kissing cousin to our Critics’ Choice Movie Awards that goes down in January. We’ll have more exciting details on this show, which will livestream on VH1.com on Monday, June 20. But for now, here is the complete list of nominees for this exciting show, led by Modern Family (6 nominations), Mad Men and The Good Wife (each with 4 nominations).

BTJA ANNOUNCES NOMINATIONS FOR FIRST CRITICS’ CHOICE TELEVISION AWARDS

LOS ANGELES (June 6, 2011) – The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA), a new offshoot of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, today announced nominations for the inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards, hosted by Cat Deeley and scheduled to take place at a luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel on June 20, 2011.

ABC was the most nominated broadcast network with 16 nominations, followed closely by NBC with 12. AMC and FX led nominations for cable networks, with nine each. Modern Family was the most nominated series with six.

BEST DRAMA SERIES
Boardwalk Empire – HBO
Dexter – Showtime
Friday Night Lights – DirecTV
Fringe – Fox
Game of Thrones – HBO
The Good Wife – CBS
Justified – FX
The Killing – AMC
Mad Men – AMC
The Walking Dead – AMC

BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Steve BuscemiBoardwalk Empire – HBO
Kyle ChandlerFriday Night Lights – DirecTV
Michael C. HallDexter – Showtime
Jon HammMad Men – AMC
William H. MacyShameless – Showtime
Timothy OlyphantJustified – FX

BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Connie BrittonFriday Night Lights – DirecTV
Mireille EnosThe Killing – AMC
Julianna MarguliesThe Good Wife – CBS
Elisabeth MossMad Men – AMC
Katey SagalSons of Anarchy – FX
Anna TorvFringe – Fox

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Alan CummingThe Good Wife – CBS
Walton GogginsJustified – FX
Shawn HatosySouthland – TNT
John NobleFringe – Fox
Michael PittBoardwalk Empire – HBO
John SlatteryMad Men – AMC

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Michelle ForbesThe Killing – AMC
Christina HendricksMad Men - AMC
Margo MartindaleJustified – FX
Kelly MacdonaldBoardwalk Empire – HBO
Archie PanjabiThe Good Wife – CBS
Chloë SevignyBig Love – HBO

BEST REALITY SERIES
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition – ABC
Hoarders – A&E
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – Bravo
Sister Wives – TLC
Undercover Boss – CBS

BEST REALITY SERIES – COMPETITION
The Amazing Race – CBS
American Idol – Fox
Dancing with the Stars - ABC
Project Runway - Lifetime
RuPaul’s Drag Race – Logo
Top Chef – Bravo

BEST REALITY SHOW HOST
Tom BergeronDancing with the Stars – ABC
Cat DeeleySo You Think You Can Dance – Fox
Ty PenningtonExtreme Makeover: Home Edition – ABC
Mike RoweDirty Jobs - Discovery
Ryan SeacrestAmerican Idol – Fox

BEST TALK SHOW
Chelsea Lately – E!
The Daily Show – Comedy Central
The Ellen DeGeneres Show – Warner Bros.
Jimmy Kimmel Live – ABC
The Oprah Winfrey Show – Harpo

BEST COMEDY SERIES
Archer – FX
The Big Bang Theory – CBS
Community – NBC
Glee – Fox
Louie – FX
The Middle – ABC
Modern Family – ABC
The Office – NBC
Parks and Recreation – NBC
30 Rock – NBC

BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Alec Baldwin30 Rock – NBC
Steve CarellThe Office – NBC
Louis C.K.Louie – FX
Charlie Day - It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia – FX
Joel McHaleCommunity – NBC
Jim ParsonsThe Big Bang Theory – CBS

BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Courteney CoxCougar Town – ABC
Edie FalcoNurse Jackie – Showtime
Tina Fey30 Rock – NBC
Patricia HeatonThe Middle – ABC
Martha PlimptonRaising Hope – Fox
Amy PoehlerParks and Recreation – NBC

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Ty BurrellModern Family – ABC
Neil Patrick HarrisHow I Met Your Mother – CBS
Nick Offerman - Parks and Recreation – NBC
Ed O’NeillModern Family – ABC
Danny PudiCommunity – NBC
Eric StonestreetModern Family – ABC

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Julie BowenModern Family – ABC
Jane Krakowski30 Rock – NBC
Jane LynchGlee – Fox
Busy PhilippsCougar Town – ABC
Eden SherThe Middle – ABC
Sofía VergaraModern Family – ABC

Submissions are still being accepted for The Most Exciting New Series category.

Cable and satellite network REELZCHANNEL, available in more than 58 million homes, will broadcast the Critics’ Choice Television Awards premiering on June 22 at 8 p.m. ET and repeating at 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. ET. The Awards will be rebroadcast throughout the week. VH1.com will exclusively live stream the awards show on June 20 and will make select footage available for on-demand viewing following the star-studded event. VH1.com will also offer celebrity interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and an opportunity for fans to interact with celebrities backstage with its “fan-cam” stream. Bob Bain will executive produce the show for Bob Bain Productions.

The Critics’ Choice Television Awards honors programs and performances that aired between June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011.

About BTJA
The newly formed Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) is a partner organization to the Broadcast Film Critics Association. BTJA includes TV, radio and Internet journalists who cover television on a regular basis. The organization is launching the inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards on June 20, 2011 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. For more information, visit: www.CriticsChoice.com

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  1. Lisa says:

    Only one nomination for Big Love? Boo!
    But glad to see they at least recognize Chloe Sevigny’s amazing
    work this season.