Directors Guild of America Awards
"Aftersun" and "Saint Omer" also scored nominations in the First-Time Feature Film Director Category.
The first round of 2023 DGA Awards nominations also includes the Documentary category, which includes films that are all on the Oscars shortlist.
The 2023 DGA Awards nominations, announced on Jan. 10, are not likely to include many shows that premiered within the last six months.
Bill Hader ("Barry"), Ben Stiller ("Severance"), and Lucia Aniello ("Hacks") should be locks — and deservedly so — but these directors demand recognition, too.
Five directors enter, one director wins, and "Succession" succeeds no matter what.
HBO leads the nominations for the 74th Annual DGA Awards, which will take place March 12.
Lesli Linka Glatter won her second DGA Award for Showtime's outgoing drama series, while Scott Frank and Susanna Fogel built momentum for the Emmys.
"Barry," "Chernobyl," and "Song of Parkland" all score wins for HBO.
The Directors Guild of America handed out its top prizes Saturday in Los Angeles.
The Directors Guild of America voted to rename its top prize “Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Theatrical Feature Film.”
Also nominated were Bradley Cooper, Peter Farrelly, Spike Lee, and Adam McKay.
Host Judd Apatow oversaw the Guild's first ceremony since Harvey Weinstein resigned.
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