Boardwalk Empire, Breaking Bad, and Homeland will battle it out at the Writers Guild Awards next year (12) - they have landed three nominations apiece.
Martin Scorsese's Boardwalk Empire and drama Breaking Bad will go head-to-head for Outstanding Drama, along with psychological thriller Homeland, Game of Thrones and The Good Wife.
Boardwalk Empire will also seek honours for best episode for The Age of Reason and A Dangerous Maid, as will Breaking Bad for Box Cutter and End Times. Rounding out the category are Homeland's The Good Soldier and Dexter's Just Let Go.
Homeland received another nod for Outstanding New Series, alongside Zooey Deschanel's New Girl, Matt LeBlanc's Episodes, Game of Thrones and The Killing.
Modern Family and The Office are also triple nominees, and they will compete for Outstanding Comedy alongside 30 Rock, Louie, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Parks and Recreation.
The winners will be unveiled at a star-studded awards ceremony on 19 February (12).
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