(LOS ANGELES) -- Jennifer Aniston is getting some love this awards season -- not for her acting, but for her directing skills.
Aniston on Tuesday received a Directors Guild of America Awards nomination for her work on the Lifetime anthology Five, which focused on the impact of breast cancer on people's lives. She shares the nomination in the TV movie/miniseries category with her Five co-directors, including Demi Moore and singer Alicia Keys.
The nominees for outstanding directorial achievement in a comedy series are ABC's Modern Family, NBC's 30 Rock and HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm. The drama series category features Showtime's Homeland, AMC's Breaking Bad and The Killing, HBO's Game of Thrones and DirecTV/NBC's Friday Night Lights.
The film nominees were announced on Monday.
Kelsey Grammer will host the 64th Annual DGA Awards in Beverly Hills on Jan. 28.
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