The Television Critics Association has released its nominations for the 2015 TCA Awards, celebrating the best in television programming over the last year. As usual, HBO led all networks – cable or broadcast – with seven noms.
FOX’s acclaimed and popular Empire and Amazon’s unique and groundbreaking Transparent lead the way with four nominations apiece. The final season of AMC’s Mad Men, FX’s brilliant The Americans and The CW’s terrific take on telenovelas, Jane the Virgin each grabbed three nominations.
The complete of nominations follows the jump. The 31st TCA Awards will be presented Saturday, August 8th.
It appears that, before he decided to try to avoid going to court, Saul was almost religious in his approach to trails. Check out the (very) brief clip that AMC has just released to tease Better Call Saul.
Check it out after the jump. Better Call Saul premieres in February, 2015.
During the Television Critics’ Association (TCA) Press Tour today, AMC released two new photos from the set of the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, currently in production in Albuquerque, NM. The photos feature series stars Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean.
AMC announced today that Breaking Bad prequel series Better Call Saul will debut in November (exact date to be determined); Revolutionary spy series Turn will get a 90-minute premiere on April 6th, and rise of the PC series Halt and Catch Fire will debut this summer. New unscripted series Game of Arms is scheduled to debut of Tuesday, February 25th.
The first half of Mad Man’s split final season begins on Sunday, April 13th; Hell On Wheels returns this summer; Small Town Security and Freakshow return in May. AMC’s most popular series, The Walking Dead begins the second half of season four on Sunday, February 9th, following by Talking Dead and comic book men. Both The Walking Dead and Talking Bad have been picked up for a fifth season. For more details, check out the press release after the jump.