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Nominations 2021 Writers Guild Awards

On the 3rd of February, the WGA has revealed the nominations for the 2021 Writers Guild Awards in the categories television, new media, news, radio/audio and promotional writing.

On the 21st of March, the winners will be revealed through a virtual ceremony. AMC's Better Call Saul has been nominated the most, with five in total. What's also noticeable is that Hulu series have received multiple nominations.

Down below, you can see the full list of nominated series:

Drama Series
- Better Call Saul (AMC); written by Ann Cherkis, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Ariel Levine, Heather Marion, Thomas Schnauz, Gordon Smith and Alison Tatlock.
- The Boys (Amazon); written by Eric Kripke, Ellie Monahan, Anslem Richardson, Craig Rosenberg, Michael Saltzman and Rebecca Sonnenshine.
- The Crown (Netflix); written by Peter Morgan and Jonathan Wilson
- The Mandalorian (Disney+); written by Rick Famuyiwa, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni.
- Ozark (Netflix); Laura Deeley, Bill Dubuque, Paul Kolsby, Miki Johnson, Chris Mundy, John Shiban, Ning Zhou and Martin Zimmerman.

Comedy Series
- Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO); written by Larry David, Justin Hurwitz, Steve Leff, Carol Leifer and Jeff Schaffer.
- The Great (Hulu); written by Vanessa Alexander, Tony McNamara, Tess Morris, Amelia Roper, Gretel Vella and James Wood.
- PEN15 (Hulu); written by Alyssa DiMari, Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, Josh Levine, Gabe Liedman, Rachele Lynn, Vera Santamaria, Diana Tay and Sam Zvibleman.
- Ted Lasso (Apple TV+); written by Jane Becker, Leann Bowen, Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, Bill Lawrence, Jamie Lee, Jason Sudeikis, Phoebe Walsh and Bill Wrubel.
- What We Do in the Shadows (FX); written by Jake Bender, Jemaine Clement, Zach Dunn, Joseph Furey, Shana Gohd, Sam Johnson, Chris Marcil, William Meny, Sarah Naftalis, Stefani Robinson, Marika Sawyer and Paul Simms.

New Series
- Dave (2020) (FX); written by Dave Burd, Vanessa McGee, Saladin Patterson, Luvh Rakhe, Alex Russell, Jeff Schaffer, Max Searle and Yamara Taylor.
- The Flight Attendant (HBO Max); written by Kara Lee Corthron, Michael Foley, Ryan Jennifer Jones, Ticona S. Joy, Meredith Lavender, Jess Meyer, Daniele Nathanson, Marcie Ulin, Ian Weinreich and Steve Yockey.
- The Great (Hulu); written by Vanessa Alexander, Tony McNamara, Tess Morris, Amelia Roper, Gretel Vella and James Wood.
- Lovecraft Country (HBO); written by Misha Green, Shannon Houston, Jonathan Kidd, Kevin Lau, Ihuoma Ofordire, Wes Taylor and Sonya Winton.
- Ted Lasso (Apple TV+); written by Jane Becker, Leann Bowen, Brett Goldstein, Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, Bill Lawrence, Jamie Lee, Jason Sudeikis, Phoebe Walsh and Bill Wrubel.

Long Form – Original
- Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story (USA Network); written by Aaron Carew, Alexandra Cunningham, Lex Edness, Kevin J. Hynes, Juliet Lashinsky-Revene, Stacy A. Littlejohn and Katherine B. McKenna.
- Hollywood (2020) (Netflix); written by door Ian Brennan, Janet Mock, Ryan Murphy and Reilly Smith.
- Mrs. America (FX); written by Tanya Barfield, Joshua Griffith, Sharon Hoffman, Boo Killebrew, Micah Schraft, April Shih and Dahvi Waller.
- Safety (Disney+); written by Nick Santora.
- Uncle Frank (Amazon); written by Alan Ball.

Long Form – Adapted
- Bad Education (HBO); written by Mike Makowsky, based on the New York Magazine article 'The Bad Superintendent' by Robert Kolker.
- Clouds (Disney+); Screenplay by Kara Holden; Story by Casey La Scala & Patrick Kopka and Kara Holden, based on the book titled 'Fly A Little Higher’ by Laura Sobiech.
- The Good Lord Bird (Showtime); written by Jeff Augustin, Ethan Hawke, Erika L. Johnson, Mark Richard, Kristen SaBerre and Lauren Signorino, based on the book by James McBride.
- Little Fires Everywhere (Hulu); written by Harris Danow, Rosa Handelman, Shannon Houston, Attica Locke, Raamla Mohamed, Amy Talkington, Liz Tigelaar and Nancy Won, based on the book by Celeste Ng.
- The Queen's Gambit (Netflix); written by Scott Frank and Allan Scott, based on the book by Walter Tevis.

- A Springfield Summer Christmas For Christmas (The Simpsons, FOX); written by Jessica Conrad.
- Bart The Bad Guy (The Simpsons, FOX); written by Dan Vebber.
- I, Carumbus (The Simpsons, FOX); written by Cesar Mazariegos.
- Prank You for Being A Friend (Bob's Burgers, FOX); written by Katie Crown.
- Three Dreams Denied (The Simpsons, FOX); written by Danielle Weisberg.
- Xerox of a Xerox (BoJack Horseman, Netflix); written by Nick Adams.

Episodic Drama
- Bad Choice Road (Better Call Saul, AMC); written by Thomas Schnauz.
- Fire Pink (Ozark, Netflix); written by Miki Johnson.
- JMM (Better Call Saul, AMC); written by Alison Tatlock.
- Raised by Wolves (Raised by Wolves (2020), HBO Max); written by Aaron Guzikowski.
- Something Unforgivable (Better Call Saul, AMC); written by Peter Gould & Ariel Levine.
- Trouble Don’t Last Always (Euphoria, HBO); written by Sam Levinson.

Episodic Comedy
- Grandma & Chill (Awkwafina is Nora from Queens, Comedy Central); written by Kyle Lau.
- The Great (The Great, Hulu); written by Tony McNamara.
- It’s Not You, It’s Me (Dead to Me, Netflix); written by Liz Feldman & Kelly Hutchinson.
- Pilot (Ted Lasso, Apple TV+); Teleplay by Jason Sudeikis & Bill Lawrence, story by Jason Sudeikis & Bill Lawrence & Brendan Hunt & Joe Kelly.
- The Tank (Grace and Frankie, Netflix); written by Alex Kavallierou.
- Trick (High Maintenance (2016), HBO); written by Isaac Oliver.

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