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Apple TV+ nabs record 53 Hollywood Critics Association Awards nominations

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Apple TV+ will clean up at this year's Hollywood Critics Association Awards.
Apple TV+ will clean up at this year's Hollywood Critics Association Awards.
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Apple TV+ garnered a record 53 nominations for 16 shows across a range of genres — comedy, drama, documentary, anthology series, variety-sketch series — for the upcoming Hollywood Critics Association Awards.

Psychological thriller Severance and comedy Ted Lasso led the way with a dozen nominations apiece.

Apple TV+ nabs record number of nominations for Hollywood Critics Association Awards

The Hollywood Critics Association said Thursday Apple TV+ received a record 53 award nominations.

The popular psychological thriller Severance grabbed 12 nominations, including Best Drama Streaming series.

Ted Lasso is the most-nominated comedy series for the second year running, with 12 nominations. They include Best Streaming Series, Best Actor for Jason Sudeikis, Best Supporting Actress for Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple and Best Supporting Actor for Brett Goldstein, Nick Mohammed, and Toheeb Jimoh. The series also saw four writing and directing nominations.

Three Apple TV+ series got nominated for Best Streaming Series, Drama: The Morning Show, Pachinko and Severance.

The streaming service picked up four nominations for Best Streaming Series, Comedy: The Afterparty, Dickinson, Shmigadoon! and Ted Lasso.

Acapulco and Pachinko saw nominations for Best International Series. Prehistoric Planet got nominated for Best Streaming Docuseries or Non-Fiction Series.

You can see the whole list at the Apple TV+ press site.

Ceremony takes place in Los Angeles on August 14

Apple said that Apple Original films, documentaries and series have earned 246 wins and 1,062 award nominations so far. And Apple TV+ won an Oscar for Best Picture this year with CODA.

Founded in 2016, the Hollywood Critics Association seeks “to acknowledge the importance of online critics and encourage, support, and promote underrepresented voices within the industry,” according to the group’s website.

The Hollywood Critics Association Awards ceremony takes place on August 14 at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

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