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TV Note: Television awards

Wednesday, June 05, 2002

By Rob Owen, Post-Gazette TV Editor

Nominations for the 2002 Television Critics Association Awards were announced Monday with several new series getting multiple nominations.

Fox's "24," FX's "The Shield" and HBO's "Six Feet Under" were each nominated for outstanding achievement in drama, new program and program of the year.

Other drama nominees are "CSI" and "Gilmore Girls." Other new program nominees are "Alias" and "The Osbournes." Other program of the year nominees are "Band of Brothers" and "The Osbournes."

Nominees for comedy series are "The Bernie Mac Show," "Everybody Loves Raymond," "Friends," "The Osbournes" and "Scrubs."

Dennis Leary ("The Job"), Matt LeBlanc ("Friends"), Bernie Mac ("The Bernie Mac Show"), John C. McGinley ("Scrubs") and Ray Romano ("Everybody Loves Raymond") are nominated for individual achievement in comedy.

Michael Chiklis ("The Shield"), Lauren Graham ("Gilmore Girls"), Rachel Griffiths ("Six Feet Under"), Martin Sheen ("The West Wing") and Kiefer Sutherland ("24") are nominated for individual achievement in drama.

Nominees in the movies/miniseries/specials category are CBS's "9/11," the joint networks concert "America: A Tribute to Heroes," "Band of Brothers," "Blue Planet: Seas of Life" and "Frontier House."

Nominees for achievement in news/information are "60 Minutes," PBS's "American Masters" and "Frontline," "Nightline" and Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor."

Among children's series, "Between the Lions," "Little Bill," "Samurai Jack" and "Sponge Bob Square Pants" received nominations for TCA Awards.

A new award, honoring entities with a distinguished track record, was created this year. Nominees for the TCA Heritage Award are "60 Minutes," "Hallmark Hall of Fame," "Law & Order," "Saturday Night Live" and "The Simpsons."

Nominees for career achievement are Carol Burnett, Bill Cosby, Larry Gelbart, Aaron Spelling and Mike Wallace.

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