Apple TV+ nabs six Writers Guild of America Award nominations

Apple TV+ nabs six Writers Guild of America Award nominations

January 13, 2022 0 By [email protected] (Mike Peterson)

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A handful of Apple TV+ shows, including “Ted Lasso” and “The Morning Show,” nabbed nominations in the upcoming 74th annual Writers Guild of America Awards for TV programs.

The Writers Guild of America West and Writers Guild of America East announced its TV and news show nominees on Thursday. Included in the list are Apple programs like “Ted Lasso,” “The Morning Show,” and “The Problem with John Stewart.”

A full list of Apple’s nominations in the 74th WGA Awards is below, broken down by category.

Drama Series – “The Morning Show
Comedy Series – “Ted Lasso”
Episodic drama – “La Amara Vita (The Morning Show”)
Comedy/Variety Talk Series – “The Problem with Jon Stewart.”
Adapted Short Form New Media – “Calls”
Children’s Episodic Series – “Park Ranger Pecy/Lizard Lizzy” (“Helpsters”)

Other shows that made the WGA awards list include “Loki” on Disney+, “Only Murders in the Building” from Hulu, and “Hacks” from HBO Max. The WGA only announced TV and news nominations on Thursday, with film nominations slated to be announced on Jan. 27.

Some of Apple’s 2022 nominees aren’t newcomers to award nominations. Both “Ted Lasso” and “The Morning Show” have accumulated a good number of award nominations, including Critics Choice TV awards, Emmy Awards, and more.

As of January 2022, Apple says that its original shows and films have been honored with 763 award nominations and 190 award wins.

The 74th annual WGA awards will take place on Sunday, March 20, 2022. It will be hosted by WGAW and WGAE.

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