‘Baby Reindeer,’ ‘Ripley,’ ‘Shōgun’ Lead 40th Television Critics Association Nominations

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The nominations for the 40th annual Television Critics Association have been revealed, with Netflix’s Baby Reindeer and Ripley and FX’s Shōgun leading the pack with five noms apiece and pushing the two networks/streamers to the top with 16 nominations for each.

The TCA Awards nominations are voted on by a group of more than 230 television journalists from the U.S. and Canada. Voting will close on Thursday, June 13 at 12 a.m. PT. Winners will be announced at an in-person ceremony as part of the TCA summer press tour on Friday, July 12 at the Langham Huntington in Pasadena.

Baby Reindeer and Ripley both earned nominations for Program of the Year, New Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Drama, Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries or Specials and Individual Achievement in Drama for Richard Gadd and Andrew Scott, respectively. Last week, Scott won the limited series performance award from the inaugural Gotham TV Awards while Baby Reindeer was the Breakthrough Limited Series there.

Shōgun, which was recently renewed for a second season at FX after record-breaking ratings, also earned nods for Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Drama, Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries or Specials and Individual Achievement in Drama for both Anna Sawai and Hiroyuki Sanada, the only program to earn two nominations in drama.

Last year’s winner in comedy, The Bear, earned four nominations: Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Comedy and two individual nods, for Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri. Hacks, Fargo and Reservation Dogs were next with three nominations apiece.

In the acting categories, which are not split by gender, drama nominees also include True Detective’s Jodie Foster and Fargo’s Juno Temple, while the comedy category includes two former winners with Abbott Elementary’s Quinta Brunson and Hacks star Jean Smart joined by Girls5eva’s Renee Elise Goldsberry and Devery Jacobs of Reservation Dogs.

The Career Achievement and Heritage Award winners will be announced at a later date. See full list of nominations below.

Program of the Year
Baby Reindeer – Netflix
The Bear – FX
Hacks – HBO | Max
Reservation Dogs – FX
Ripley – Netflix
Shōgun – FX

Outstanding Achievement in Comedy
Abbott Elementary – ABC (2022 Winner)
The Bear – FX (2023 Winner and in New Program)
Girls5eva – Netflix
Hacks – HBO | Max
Reservation Dogs – FX
We Are Lady Parts – Peacock

Outstanding Achievement in Drama
Baby Reindeer – Netflix
Fallout – Prime Video
Fargo – FX
Ripley – Netflix
Shōgun – FX
True Detective: Night Country – HBO | Max

Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries or Specials
Baby Reindeer – Netflix
The Fall of the House of Usher – Netflix
Fargo – FX
Fellow Travelers – Showtime
Ripley – Netflix
The Sympathizer – HBO | Max

Outstanding New Program
Baby Reindeer – Netflix
Fallout – Prime Video
Mr. & Mrs. Smith – Prime Video
Ripley – Netflix
Shōgun – FX
X-Men ’97 – Disney+

Individual Achievement in Drama
Jodie Foster, True Detective: Night Country – HBO | Max
Richard Gadd, Baby Reindeer – Netflix
Hiroyuki Sanada, Shōgun – FX
Anna Sawai, Shōgun – FX
Andrew Scott, Ripley – Netflix
Juno Temple, Fargo – FX 

Individual Achievement in Comedy
Quinta Brunson, Abbott Elementary – ABC (2022 Winner)
Ayo Edebiri, The Bear – FX
Renée Elise Goldsberry, Girls5eva – Netflix
Devery Jacobs, Reservation Dogs – FX
Jean Smart, Hacks – HBO | Max (2021 Winner)
Jeremy Allen White, The Bear – FX

Outstanding Achievement in News and Information
America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston – PBS
Frontline – PBS (Eight-time Winner in Category)
The Jinx: Part Two – HBO | Max
Queens – Nat Geo
Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV – ID
Telemarketers – HBO | Max

Outstanding Achievement in Variety, Talk or Sketch
The Daily Show – Comedy Central (2004 Winner in News & Information The Daily Show with Jon Stewart)
Jimmy Kimmel Live! – ABC
John Mulaney Presents: Everybody’s in LA – Netflix
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – HBO | Max (2021, 2019 & 2018 Winner, and in 2015 Winner in News & Information)
Late Night with Seth Meyers – NBC
Saturday Night Live – NBC

Outstanding Achievement in Reality
The Amazing Race – CBS (2011, 2022 Winner)
Conan O’Brien Must Go – HBO | Max
Jerrod Carmichael Reality Show – HBO | Max
The Traitors – Peacock
Top Chef – Bravo
We’re Here – HBO | Max
Welcome to Wrexham – FX

Outstanding Achievement in Family Programming
Doctor Who – Disney+
Heartstopper – Netflix
My Adventures with Superman – Adult Swim
Percy Jackson and the Olympians – Disney+
Renegade Nell – Disney+
X-Men ’97 – Disney+

Outstanding Achievement in Children’s Programming
Bluey – Disney+ (2023 Winner in Category)
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood – PBS KIDS (2016 Winner in Youth Category)
Frog and Toad – Apple TV+
Pokémon Concierge – Netflix
Sesame Street – HBO | Max (2018, 2011 & 2001 Winner in Youth Category)
Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin – Apple TV+

NETWORK TOTALS (two or more)
FX – 16
Netflix – 16
HBO | Max – 13
Disney+ – 6
ABC – 3
PBS/PBS – KIDS – 3
Prime Video – 3
Apple TV+ – 2
NBC – 2
Peacock – 2

PROGRAM TOTALS (two or more)
Baby Reindeer – Netflix – 5
Ripley – Netflix – 5
Shōgun – FX – 5
The Bear – FX – 4
Fargo – FX – 3
Hacks – HBO | Max – 3
Reservation Dogs – FX – 3
Abbott Elementary – ABC – 2
Fallout – Prime Video – 2
Girls5eva – Netflix – 2
True Detective: Night Country – HBO | Max – 2
X-Men ‘97 – Disney+ – 2 

Erik Anderson

Erik Anderson is the founder/owner and Editor-in-Chief of AwardsWatch and has always loved all things Oscar, having watched the Academy Awards since he was in single digits; making lists, rankings and predictions throughout the show. This led him down the path to obsessing about awards. Much later, he found himself in film school and the film forums of GoldDerby, and then migrated over to the former Oscarwatch (now AwardsDaily), before breaking off to create AwardsWatch in 2013. He is a Rotten Tomatoes-approved critic, accredited by the Cannes Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and more, is a member of the International Cinephile Society (ICS), The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics (GALECA), Hollywood Critics Association (HCA) and the International Press Academy. Among his many achieved goals with AwardsWatch, he has given a platform to underrepresented writers and critics and supplied them with access to film festivals and the industry and calls the Bay Area his home where he lives with his husband and son.

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