From the official press release:
In the area of Drama Multi – Episode Storylines, nods went to Dexter (Showtime) , Elementary (CBS), Homeland (Showtime), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC), Nashville (ABC), NCIS : Los Angeles (CBS), Parenthood (NBC), and Shameless (Showtime), as well as two separate story arcs for Grey’s Anatomy (ABC). Homeland , 2 SVU (twice), Grey’s (twice), Parenthood (four times) and Shameless are all past winners, while Nashville took home last year’s EIC President’s Award. This is Elementary ’s second consecutive nomination.
Performance nominations for multi – episode stories went to Jennifer Carpenter ( Dexter ), Justin Chambers , James Remar and Chandra Wilson ( all Grey’s Anatomy ), Mariska Hargitay ( SVU ) , Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller ( Elementary ), LL Cool J and Eric Christian Olsen ( NCIS: LA ), and Hayden Panettiere ( Nashville ) . Chambers, Liu and Panettiere are past nominees. Hargitay previously earned an award for SVU , while Wilson took home the award for the TV movie Accidental Friendship .
THE NCIS: LA TEAM GOES UNDERCOVER AS AN ELITE OPERATIONAL UNIT IN ORDER TO INVESTIGATE A CRIME LINKED TO CARTELS AND TERRORISTS, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,”.
CHEAT TWEET: Callen, Sam, Kensi and Deeks go undercover as a tactical force to investigate a terrorist ring, on #NCISLA 2/5 9 pm ET/PT http://bit.ly/X38Oje
“Kill House” – Callen, Sam, Kensi and Deeks go undercover as an elite tactical force in order to investigate an ambush tied to a cartel kingpin with terrorist connections, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Feb. 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
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Watching Collateral, Cheo Coker’s first episode for NCIS: LA, is an inspiring experience.
His former show, SouthLAnd, was all about character, and only about the plot and the crimes when it related to character. SouthLAnd has never been about solving the crime; it’s about understanding the character. Whereas, NCIS: LA is a plot juggernaut, a procedural freight train that requires its characters to deliver high volumes of exposition as its multi-layered crimes are uncovered. Coker has proved himself the master of deep character revelation through minimalist and fiery dialogue; what would he do with a show that demands huge blocks of time devoted to the procedural details?
Turns out, a tremendous amount.
Writers of TV scripts, movie scripts… hell, whatever kind of writer you are, Coker’s episode contained some invaluable lessons.
Read more about those lessons on: dreamingbetweenthelines.wordpress.com