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The Producers Guild of America on Friday revealed its nominations for motion pictures and TV series.
Nominees for the guild's top film prize, the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for outstanding producer of theatrical motion pictures, include: The Big Sick; Call Me by Your Name; Dunkirk; Get Out; I, Tonya; Lady Bird; Molly's Game; The Post; The Shape of Water; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri; and Wonder Woman. For the first time, there are 11 nominees in the category, instead of the usual 10, after a tie in the voting.
The inclusion of Wonder Woman comes after the acclaimed female-fronted (and -directed) superhero film wasn't nominated for the Golden Globes or by two of the other guilds who have announced their film nominations: the WGA and SAG. The film did receive a SAG Award nomination for its stunt team.
Meanwhile, neither The Post nor Three Billboards landed WGA nominations on Thursday, with the former film also snubbed by the SAG Awards. Three Billboards, which wasn't eligible for the WGA Awards, landed four SAG Award nominations. The DGA will announce its nominees next week.
The PGA's award for animated-movie producer will go to one of the following films: The Boss Baby, Coco, Despicable Me 3, Ferdinand and The Lego Batman Movie.
The documentary feature nominations were announced in November.
On the TV side, the PGA included Big Little Lies' first season among its nominees for outstanding producer of episodic TV, drama, moving the show out of the limited series category after HBO announced last month that it would be proceeding with a second season of the hit show.
The 29th annual PGA Awards will be handed out on Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Special honors will be given to Donna Langley, Ryan Murphy, Charles Roven, Ava DuVernay and the film Get Out.
The PGA responded to the news of Big Little Lies' renewal by "re-set[ting] the voting" for its TV nominations, deciding it was more "equitable" to put the show in the episodic drama category and "re-start the voting."
The other episodic drama nominees are The Crown (season two), Game of Thrones (season seven), The Handmaid's Tale (season one) and Stranger Things (season two).
Episodic comedy nominees include Curb Your Enthusiasm (season nine), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (season one), Master of None (season two), Silicon Valley (season four) and Veep (season six).
Longform TV nominees are Black Mirror (season four), Fargo (season three), Feud: Bette and Joan (season one), Sherlock: The Lying Detective and The Wizard of Lies.
Leah Remini's high-profile Scientology series landed a nomination for outstanding producer of nonfiction TV, alongside 30 for 30, 60 Minutes, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and Spielberg.
The nominees for the award for outstanding producer of live-entertainment and talk TV includes a number of high-profile TV series, including Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and Saturday Night Live.
A full list of the PGA Award nominees follows.
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