ABC's red-hot Desperate Housewives got a relatively cool reception from the Screen Actors Guild, which announced the nominees for its 11th annual kudosfest this morning. Housewives nabbed just two nods: best comedy ensemble, and best comedy actress for Teri Hatcher. Fox's Arrested Development also scored a paltry two nods, for best ensemble and actor Jason Bateman. SAG instead favored old favorites like Will & Grace (three nods) and Everybody Loves Raymond (four nods). The same held true among drama nominees, where the casts of newer hits such as Lost and Deadwood were passed over in favor of CSI, Six Feet Under, The West Wing, 24 and The Sopranos. On a sentimental note, Jerry Orbach picked up a posthumous nod for his final season of Law & Order. Among movies, Sideways led the field with four nominations, including best ensemble, best actor for Paul Giamatti, best supporting actor for Thomas Haden Church and best supporting actress for Virginia Madsen. Sideways will face off in the ensemble category SAG's best-picture equivalent with The Aviator, Finding Neverland, Hotel Rwanda, Million Dollar Baby and Ray. The big SAG winner? In Living Color grad Jamie Foxx, who landed four noms himself two for Ray (ensemble and best actor), one for Collateral (supporting actor) and one for Redemption (best actor in a miniseries). The SAG awards will air live Feb. 5 on TNT.
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