Phineas and Ferb Up for Producers Guild Award

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Phineas and Ferb

Dis­ney Channel’s “Phineas and Ferb” was the sole ani­mated pro­gram announced Wednes­day as a nom­i­nee for the 24th Annual Pro­duc­ers Guild Awards.

Phineas and Ferb is up for the Award for Out­stand­ing Children’s Pro­gram. Other shows nom­i­nated by the Pro­duc­ers Guild of Amer­ica in the same cat­e­gory are the live-action Good Luck Char­lie (Dis­ney Chan­nel), iCarly (Nick­elodeon), Sesame Street (PBS) and The Weight of the Nation for Kids: The Great Cafe­te­ria Takeover (HBO).

Nom­i­nees were also announced for the Nor­man Fel­ton Award for Out­stand­ing Pro­ducer of Episodic Tele­vi­sion, Drama; the Danny Thomas Award for Out­stand­ing Pro­ducer of Episodic Tele­vi­sion, Com­edy; the Award for Out­stand­ing Pro­ducer of Non-Fiction Tele­vi­sion; the Award for Out­stand­ing Pro­ducer of Live Enter­tain­ment & Talk Tele­vi­sion; the Award for Out­stand­ing Pro­ducer of Com­pe­ti­tion Tele­vi­sion; the Award for Out­stand­ing Sports Pro­gram; and the Award for Out­stand­ing Dig­i­tal Series.

All other nom­i­na­tions for the 2013 Pro­duc­ers Guild Award cat­e­gories will be announced Jan­u­ary 3, along with the indi­vid­ual producers.

All 2013 Pro­duc­ers Guild Award win­ners will be announced Jan­u­ary 26 at the Bev­erly Hilton Hotel. This year, the Pro­duc­ers Guild will also award spe­cial hon­ors to Bob and Har­vey Wein­stein, J.J. Abrams, and Tim Bevan and Eric Fell­ner, among oth­ers. The 2013 Pro­duc­ers Guild Awards Chair is Michael DeLuca.

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