The Dublin-set dark comedy has been nominated for Best Drama Series, and writer and star Sharon Horgan has been nominated for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
Horgan stars alongside Eve Hewson, Sarah Greene, Eva Birthistle and Anne-Marie Duff in the Apple+ series which tells the story of the Garvey sisters who embark on a plot to get rid of their racist, sexist, and selfish brother-in-law.
Bad Sisters is up against Andor, Better Caul Saul, The Crown, Euphoria, The Good Fight, House of the Dragon, Severance and Yellowstone in the Best Drama Series category.
While Horgan faces competition from Christine Baranski (The Good Fight), Laura Linney (Ozark), Mandy Moore (This Is Us), Kelly Reilly (Yellowstone) and Zendaya (Euphoria) for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
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US comedy show Abbott Elementary leads the television contenders having earned six nominations.
The show, starring Quinta Brunson, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Tyler James Williams, was nominated for Best Comedy Series as well as several acting nods.
Brunson herself also earned a nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, while Ralph and Williams both earned nods for Best Supporting Actress and actor respectively.
Abbott Elementary was closely followed by Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul, which earned five nominations.
The nods included Best Drama Series, Best Actor in a Drama Series for its star Bob Odenkirk, as well as one for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, given to Giancarlo Esposito.
Gaslit, Reservation Dogs, and The Good Fight all tied with four nominations each.
Daniel Radcliffe also received a nomination for Best Actor in a Limited Series or movie made for television, for his role in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.
The Harry Potter star plays the role of the US musical parody comedian in the spoof biopic, which is also nominated for Best Movie made for Television.
"As we embark on holding the 28th annual Critics Choice Awards, we are amazed by the wealth of remarkable television programs that were considered to become this year's nominees," said CCA TV Branch co-president Ed Martin.
"Clearly, the industry has rebounded in a big way. We look forward to honoring the year’s finest shows and performances at the upcoming awards ceremony."
The CCA film nominations are due to be announced next week on 14 December.
All winners will be revealed on Sunday 15 January.