Monster, Ozark and 1899 were nominated at the 2022 Critics Choice Awards +2023

That Television nominations for the 28th Critics Choice Awards are officially here and Netflix has secured 12 names so far! Netflix will likely have many more nominations once the film nominations are announced on Wednesday, December 14, but for now, we’re highlighting all of the nominations the streaming service has received for its television schedule.

By far Netflix’s most successful category this year is Best Foreign Language Series, for which Netflix received four nominations Borrow, 1899, Cleoand Associate Attorney Woo. Elsewhere, Netflix and Ryan Murphy’s controversial collaboration continues Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer received a nom for Niecy Nash-Betts. Interestingly, it was Evan Peters who played the title role Not nominated.

Other acting roles recognized by the American-Canadian Critics Choice Association include Laura Linney and Julia Garner for their work in the final season of ozark. Garner is again a double nominee for her portrayal of Ruth in ozark and her work in the smash hit Inventing Anna.

But Netflix continues its trend of being locked out of comedy categories as the streamer has struggled to get a breakout comedy hit. Even Best Drama Series is missing this year with just a single nomination for The crown.

All Netflix nominations at the 2022 Critics Choice Awards

Best Drama Series
The crown

Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Laura Linney, ozark

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Julia Garner, ozark

Best Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Julia Garner, invent Anna

Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie
Niecy Nash-Betts, Dahmer – Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer

Best Foreign Language Series
Associate Attorney Woo

Best Comedy Special
Fortune Feimster: Luck
Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual
Norm Macdonald: Nothing special

The film nominations for this year’s Critics Choice Awards will be announced on Wednesday December 14th. The 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards airs Sunday, January 15 at 7:6 pm on The CW.

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