'Ted Lasso' scoops eight Hollywood Critics Association nominations
What you need to know
- The Hollywood Critics Association is hosting its inaugural TV awards.
- Ted Lasso has picked up eight nominations, the most of any streaming show.
- The awards will be held in August, with several other Apple TV+ shows making the grade.
Apple TV+ smash-hit Ted Lasso has picked up eight nominations from the Hollywood Critics Association ahead of its first-ever awards in August.
In a press release the HCA stated:
Also picking up nominations was 1971: The Year Music Changed Everything for Best Streaming Docuseries, Documentary Television Movie, or Non-Fiction Series, Mythic Quest for best comedy streaming series and best actor (Rob McElhenney), Dickinson's Hailee Steinfeld for best actress in a comedy streaming series, Mythic Quest's Danny Pudi for best supporting actor in a comedy streaming series, and Servant for best drama streaming service drama and best supporting actor (Rupert Grint). Apple took home a total of 15 nominations, including eight for Ted Lasso.
Last week reported that Ted Lasso still sits in the top ten of shows in the U.S. ahead of its season 2 debut on July 23. The show is also getting a third season announced earlier this year. The show is undoubtedly the biggest success story of Apple's foray into the world of streaming.
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