Chuck Lorre To Receive Producers Guild’s Norman Lear Award

By | Wednesday October 23, 2013 @ 9:54am PDT

The Producers Guild of America will honor writer/producer Chuck Lorre with its 2014 Norman Lear Award in Television, which it will present during the 25th annual PGA Awards on January 19. Lorre co-created and executive produces TV’s hit series The Big Bang Theory, Two And A Half Men and new comedy Mom. He also serves as executive producer of Mike & Molly. His previous hits include Dharma & Greg, Grace Under Fire and Cybill, and he served as co-executive producer on Roseanne. “Chuck Lorre has produced some of the most iconic television shows of our time, including ‘Dharma & Greg,’ ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and ‘Two and a Half Men,’ just to mention a few. These series have impacted television on a level that we rarely see,” said PGA Awards Co-Chairs Lori McCreary Invictus and Michael De Luca. “In a TV landscape that often feels saturated with homogenized, interchangeable series, his distinctive voice and commitment to vivid, one-of-a-kind characters have made him one of the true mainstays of our weekly television schedule. Lorre is the definition of an iconic comedy producer and we are so pleased to honor him this year with the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television.” Read the complete announcement here: Read More »

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Deadline Awards Watch With Pete Hammond, Episode 11

By | Thursday January 31, 2013 @ 1:52pm PST
Pete Hammond

Listen to (and share) episode 11 of our audio podcast Deadline Awards Watch With Pete Hammond. Pete, Deadline’s Awards Columnist, and host David Bloom discuss the impacts on major Oscar categories of this past weekend’s awards ceremonies for the Producers Guild and Screen Actors Guild. Are winners building momentum that may be unstoppable through to Oscar night, or are the races still wide open?

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PGA Win: Is ‘Argo’ Now Oscar Frontrunner?

Pete Hammond

It’s starting to get serious. This wild ride of an awards season may not be predictable, according to conventional wisdom. But in the end the winner of the Producer Guild’s Best Picture award Saturday night was completely predictable in … Read More »

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