June 3rd, 2010
04:41 PM ET
Every year, the Television Critics Association recognizes some of the best of the best on the small screen with its awards presentation.
On Thursday, the organization released its list of nominees for consideration to more than 200 of its members in the United States and Canada.
No surprises with Fox’s “Glee” getting a few nods, along with ABC’s “Modern Family” and AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” Check out the list of nominees below:
Program of the year:
Individual achievement in drama:
Individual achievement in comedy:
Outstanding new program:
Outstanding achievement in drama:
Outstanding achievement in comedy:
Outstanding achievement in movies, miniseries and specials:
Outstanding achievement in news and information:
Outstanding achievement in youth programming:
Critic Alan Sepinwall over at HitFix published the list with some of his thoughts of who was included and who wasn’t (he notes that NBC’s series “Community” was overlooked), while Rob Owen over at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette invited readers to weigh in on who should receive the votes.
The awards will be handed out at the association's July 31 awards ceremony.
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