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6 items from 2006


Producers Guild announces TV noms

14 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Producers on ABC's Grey's Anatomy and Lost were among five drama nominees, and those for NBC's My Name Is Earl and The Office numbered among five comedy nominees as the Producers Guild of America released TV-category noms Monday.

Fox also drew two nominations for producers of the year in drama, for House and 24.

Other programs getting producer noms in the comedy category were Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), Arrested Development (Fox) and Weeds (Showtime).

In non-fiction television, nominees included The Amazing Race and 60 Minutes (CBS), American Idol (Fox), Dancing with the Stars (ABC), and Project Runway (Bravo).

And in variety TV, producers were nominated for The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros. Television), Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The XX Olympic Games: Opening Ceremony (NBC), The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) and Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO).

The PGA will holds its 2007 awards gala on Jan. 20 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. Nominations in theatrical motion picture categories will be announced Jan. 4.

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Producers Guild announces TV noms

5 December 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Producers on ABC's Grey's Anatomy and Lost were among five drama nominees, and those for NBC's My Name Is Earl and The Office numbered among five comedy nominees as the Producers Guild of America released TV-category noms Monday.

Fox also drew two nominations for producers of the year in drama, for House and 24.

Other programs getting producer noms in the comedy category were Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), Arrested Development (Fox) and Weeds (Showtime).

In non-fiction television, nominees included The Amazing Race and 60 Minutes (CBS), American Idol (Fox), Dancing with the Stars (ABC), and Project Runway (Bravo).

And in variety TV, producers were nominated for The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Warner Bros. Television), Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The XX Olympic Games: Opening Ceremony (NBC), The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) and Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO).

The PGA will holds its 2007 awards gala on Jan. 20 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. Nominations in theatrical motion picture categories will be announced Jan. 4. »

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'Late Night' spawns series of 'Pale Force' webisodes

10 October 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NBC's Late Night With Conan O'Brien is spawning original digital content with a new series of webisodes from comedian Jim Gaffigan. Gaffigan will launch his popular animated creation Pale Force on Thursday's edition of Late Night before its online debut Friday at NBC.com. Gaffigan, who has made 14 appearances on Late Night, introduced his superhero cartoon in September 2005. His animated shorts chronicle the adventures of Gaffigan's muscle-bound Pale Man character and his scrawny sidekick -- who happens to be named Conan O'Brien -- as they combat crime with the power of their paleness. »

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O'Brien to host 58th Emmy show

19 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Conan O'Brien has signed up for his second tour of duty as host of the Primetime Emmy Awards. O'Brien will handle emcee duties on the 58th annual Primetime Emmy ceremony, to be held Aug. 27 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and telecast live on NBC. O'Brien drew raves from critics for his deft handling of hosting duties at the 2002 ceremony, the last time the awards show aired on NBC. Jeff Ross, executive producer of NBC's Late Night With Conan O'Brien, and awards show veteran Ken Ehrlich have been tapped as executive producers of this year's Emmy telecast. "Conan has proven to be a perfect Emmy host. He loves TV and is very funny and unpredictable," said Rick Ludwin, NBC's executive vp latenight and primetime series. »

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O'Brien, Richter reteam for 'Barker'

7 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Conan O'Brien and his former sidekick on NBC's Late Night, Andy Richter, are reuniting for NBC primetime, and this time Richter is the leading man. The network has greenlighted Andy Barker P.I., a single-camera detective comedy pilot starring Richter, which O'Brien co-wrote and is executive producing. The project, from NBC Universal TV Studio and O'Brien's Conaco Prods., centers on Andy Barker (Richter), an accountant who sets up a business in an office formerly belonging to a private investigator. As he starts panicking that no clients are coming in, people looking for the office's previous occupant begin to give him detective cases that he somewhat reluctantly takes on. »

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'Brokeback' and 'Crash' Win WGA Awards

6 February 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

The writers of gay cowboy romance Brokeback Mountain and racial drama Crash were honored at the Writers Guild Awards (WGA) on Saturday with one award each. Brokeback Mountain scribes Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana's take on Annie Proulx's short story was named Best Adapted Screenplay, while Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco picked up Best Original Screenplay for Crash. In the television categories, the huge team of writers for Lost, including creator JJ Abrams, were honored with Best Writing In A Dramatic Series, while Curb Your Enthusiasm star and writer Larry David's comedy show was named Best Writing In A Comedy Series. Other TV winners include the writers of Grey's Anatomy, House, Warm Springs, Weeds, and Late Night With Conan O'Brien. »

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