True Blood Writer Alexander Woo Nominated for NAACP Image Award

January 9, 2010 by  

Awards season is here in full force, and True Blood is being recognized for several different things. Alexander Woo, one of the show’s very talented writers, has been nominated for an NAACP Image award for writing the Season two finale,”Beyond Here Lies Nothin‘”. His category is Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series, which includes nominees from Grey’s Anatomy, House, and Lincoln Heights.

• Alexander Woo – “True Blood” – Beyond Here Lies Nothin (HBO)
• Kathleen McGhee-Anderson – “Lincoln Heights” – Home Again (ABC Family)
• Sara Hess – “House” – The Greater Good (FOX)
• Shonda Rhimes – “Grey’s Anatomy” – What a Difference A Day Makes (ABC)
• Zoanne Clack – “Grey’s Anatomy” – Stand By Me (ABC)

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) was founded in 1909 to promote equal rights for all, and to eliminate race prejudice. For 41 years, the Image Awards have been “celebrating outstanding achievements and performances by people of color in the arts.” Those who lead the industry in television, music, literature, and film, are all honored on this special night.

Alexander has been a writer and producer on True Blood since Season one. He has penned the episodes “Sparks Fly Out,” “Fourth Man in the Fire,” “Nothing but the Blood,” “Timebomb,” and “Beyond Here Lies Nothin’.” He was nominated along with the rest of the writers for a WGA award in 2009, but this NAACP award is his first solo nomination. We wish him the best of luck! He did a great job writing the finale, and he certainly deserves the honor.

The ceremony will be broadcast live on February 26, 2010, from 8-10pm ET on FOX.


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  • Agree Nia. Also, this was a great episode and a Bill ep to boot! Go Alex!!!!

  • Nia

    Yet another nomination. As the popularity of True Blood is ever increasing, we shall finally see more and more recognition.
    The incredible acting can only exist when there is amazing writing.
    Congratulations to Alexander Woo and all the wonderful writers.