Homeland, Girls win Directors Guild TV nominations
LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - The directors of hit television dramas Homeland and Mad Men were among those nominated for Directors Guild of America (DGA) awards on Wednesday.
They were joined by Lena Dunham for her coming-of-age HBO series Girls and actor Bryan Cranston for ABC's Modern Family in the comedy category.
AMC's Breaking Bad director Rian Johnson and Greg Mottola, director of HBO's The Newsroom, rounded out the drama category, in which network television series were shut out.
Showtime's terrorist-hunting thriller Homeland scored nominations for two separate episodes - one directed by Michael Cuesta and another by Lesli Linka Glatter.