The awards season for television programming is in full swing, and HBO’s Watchmen is kicking it off with four awards.
The Television Critics Association (TCA) announced the winners of its annual awards on Monday, and it seems that Watchmen if off to a good start for the season. With four awards already under its belt, things are looking promising for its 26 Emmy nominations.
Here is the full breakdown of the awards handed out by the TVA on Monday.
- Individual Achievement In Drama
Regina King (WATCHMEN, HBO)
- Individual Achievement In Comedy
Catherine O’Hara (SCHITT’S CREEK, Pop TV)
- Outstanding Achievement In News and Information
THE LAST DANCE (ESPN)
- Outstanding Achievement In Reality Programming
- Outstanding Achievement In Youth Programming
MOLLY OF DENALI (PBS Kids)
- Outstanding Achievement In Sketch/Variety Shows
A BLACK LADY SKETCH SHOW (HBO)
- Outstanding New Program
- Outstanding Achievement In Movie, Miniseries, Or Special
- Outstanding Achievement In Drama
- Outstanding Achievement In Comedy
SCHITT’S CREEK (Pop TV)
- Program of the Year
- Career Achievement Honoree
- Heritage Award
STAR TREK (CBS)
Will Watchmen be the awards season darling? It’s sure looking that way.