Awards Season

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    SAG Awards: Ensemble in a Drama Series

    Alan Ball's "True Blood" has hit its stride in the second season: a fun, lusty, smart piece of camp that is, in its own strange way, very much of its moment in history.

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    SAG Awards: Female Actor in a Comedy Series

    In 2009, Tina Fey the performer rocketed into the stratosphere, thanks to wildly popular appearances as Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live," and increasing adoration for Fey's baby, "30 Rock."

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    SAG Awards: Male Actor in a Comedy Series

    Steve Carell continues to imbue Michael Scott with a mix of bravura and vulnerability that teeters back and forth enough to feel alternately real and joyously ludicrous.

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    SAG Awards: Female Actor in a Drama Series

    In the freshman drama "The Good Wife," Julianna Margulies asks us not to judge a woman we think we all know: the abiding wife of the philandering politician.

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    SAG Awards: Male Actor in a Drama Series

    In carrying "House," Hugh Laurie has become a beloved fixture in American homes by convincingly playing the most flawed television protagonist this side of "24" hero Jack Bauer.

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    SAG Awards: Female Actor in a TV Movie/Miniseries

    As the title figure in "Georgia O'Keeffe," Joan Allen musters her considerable forces, allowing the great artist to overcome prejudice, sexism, and even the overbearing personality of her husband.

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    SAG Awards: Male Actor in a TV Movie/Miniseries

    Kevin Kline's Cyrano de Bergerac is less blustery than previous interpretations—such as Gérard Depardieu's Oscar-nominated 1990 turn—and less pleased with his own wit.

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    SAG Awards: Cast in a Motion Picture

    Many movies claim they deal with the realities of war, but few do so with the sincerity, lack of sentiment, and nonpartisan point of view of Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker."

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    SAG Awards: Supporting Female Actor

    Considering Mo'Nique's career on comedy stages, in sitcoms, and hosting reality shows, no one was prepared for the performance she gives in this unstintingly dark but ultimately hopeful indie film.

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    SAG Awards: Supporting Male Actor

    In "The Messenger," Woody Harrelson is stunning as a tightly wound, no-nonsense, bureaucratic military officer whose job is to notify the next of kin (or NOK) when a loved one has been killed.