The TV series “3rd Rock From the Sun,” “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” “Law & Order” and “Mad About You” were nominated as best produced episodic for the Producers Guild of America Golden Laurel Awards, to be presented March 12.Nominated in the TV longform category were “Pride and Prejudice,” “Rasputin,” “The Late Shift,” “Gotti” and “Prime Suspect.” The group already had announced nominees for feature films. In the episodic category, only the executive producers are named in the nominations due to the variety of producers assigned to individual episodes. The qualifying winning producers will be determined when the winning selection is made. Those named for episodics include “Third Rock From the Sun” exec producers Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Caryn Mandabach, Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner; Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana for “Homicide”; Garry Shandling and Brad Grey for “The Larry Sanders Show”; Dick Wolf, Ed Sherin, Michael S. Chernuchin and Rene Belcer for “Law & Order”; and Danny Jacobson, Larry Charles and Paul Reiser for “Mad About You.” Named in the longform category were producer Sue Birtwistle for “Pride and Prejudice”; “Rasputin” producer Nick Gillott and executive producers David Kirkpatrick and David R. Ginsburg; “The Late Shift” producer Don Carmody, executive producer Ivan Reitman and co-executive producers Joe Medjuck and Dan Goldberg; and “Gotti” producer David Coatsworth and executive producer Gary Lucchesi. “Prime Suspect” was nominated for two specials, “Inner Circles,” produced by Paul Marcus; and “Scent of Darkness,” which was produced by Brian Park. Sally Head and Rebecca Eaton were executive producers.
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