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'The Americans' and FX Lead 2013 TCA Awards Nominations

June 11, 2013 (6:00 am) GMT
The FX first-year drama is nominated in four categories including Program of the Year as the cable channel leads among other networks with a total of seven nominations.

The nominations for this year's Television Critics Association Awards have been unveiled. FX and its rookie "" lead the pack, with the drama about KGB spies nabbing four nods for Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Drama, Outstanding New Program and Outstanding Achievement in Drama ().

In Program of the Year, the -starring series faces a stiff competition from "", "", "" and "". "The Americans", "Breaking Bad" and "Thrones" are once again pitted against one another in Outstanding Achievement in Drama category, which also has "" and "" as nominees.

For the Outstanding New Program title, "The Americans" will face off "", "", "" and "". Rhys, meanwhile, finds himself in competition with of "Breaking Bad", of "", of "Orphan Black" and of "" for the Individual Achievement in Drama trophy.

Other shows getting multiple nominations are "" and "" with two each. Both of them are vying for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy honor along with "", "" and "".

Network wise, FX leads with a total of seven nominations. CBS, NBC and HBO follow with six apiece, and AMC picks up five nod.

"These were not easy choices for our 200-plus members," TCA President Candace Havens says of the nominations. "The past TV season was filled with deserving people and programs, and these are the cream of the crop."

The winners will be announced August 3, during the summer's TCA press tour.

Program of the Year

Outstanding Achievement in Drama Individual Achievement in Drama Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Individual Achievement in Comedy Outstanding New Program Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming News and Information Career Achievement Award Heritage Award

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