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The Critics' Choice Association on Sunday revealed the nominations for the 25th annual Critics' Choice Awards.
Martin Scorsese's The Irishman leads this year's nominees with a total of 14 mentions, including for best picture and director. Stars Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci also scored acting noms.
The next most nominated film was Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with 12 nods, followed by Little Women with nine, 1917 and Marriage Story with eight apiece and Jojo Rabbit, Joker and Parasite with seven each.
Meanwhile on the television side, Netflix's When They See Us leads the nominations with a total of six, followed by NBC's This Is Us and Pop's Schitt's Creek with five apiece. HBO's Barry, Game of Thrones, Watchmen and Chernobyl; Amazon's Fleabag; FX's Fosse/Verdon; Netflix's The Crown; CBS All Access' The Good Fight; and Netflix's Unbelievable earned four noms each.
Several actors received multiple nominations across both the film and television fields, including Laura Dern for Big Little Lies and Marriage Story, while Scarlett Johansson earned mentions for her roles in both Jojo Rabbit and Marriage Story. Newcomer Asante Blackk also received two noms for his roles in This Is Us and When They See Us.
Meanwhile, some of this year's film director nominees pulled double duty and are mentioned for their screenplays as well, including Noah Baumbach for Marriage Story, Greta Gerwig for Little Women, Bong Joon Ho for Parasite and Tarantino for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Netflix earned 61 nominations across their TV series and films, while HBO received 33, Amazon scored 14 and NBC snagged 12.
"This has been a truly great year for television and movies," CCA CEO Joey Berlin said in a statement. "In every genre, from every viewpoint and distribution platform, brilliant storytellers are challenging and delighting us. We are so excited to have the opportunity to celebrate them, and their work, on January 12 on The CW!"
A full list of nominations follows.
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