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2009 Writers Guild Awards Television Nominees Unveiled

December 9, 2008 (7:59 am) GMT
'Lost' is nominated for dramatic series while 'Saturday Night Live' for comedy/variety show.
2009 Writers Guild Awards Television Nominees Unveiled

List of television nominees for the 2009 Writers Guild Awards has been released. As can be seen on the list, several series, like "", "", "", "", and "The Wire", are listed to compete for the dramatic TV series title.

Meanwhile, the NBC's hit show, "", is nominated for comedy/variety series award along with its rivals, "", "", "", "", and "".

On the nominees line up, Writers Guild also puts "", "", "", "" and "" to compete on the category of comedy series. Furthermore, on the nomination for new series, there are "", "", "", "", and "".

61st Writers Guild Awards show is scheduled to be held simulatneously on Saturday, February 7, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles and the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York City. This awards honors outstanding achievements in television, radio, news and promotional writing.

The complete nominees list of the 2009 Writers Guild Awards can be read at WGA's official site, while several of them can be seen below.

Partial television nominations list of the 2009 Writers Guild Awards :

Dramatic Series:

Comedy/Variety-(Including Talk) Series: Comedy Series: New Series:

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