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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
Awarded forOutstanding Directing for a Drama Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded1955
Currently held byJessica Hobbs,
The Crown (2021)

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series is presented to the best directing of a television drama series, usually for a particular episode.[fn 1]

Winners and nominations


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
Best Direction
1955 Studio One "Twelve Angry Men" Franklin J. Schaffner CBS
Four Star Playhouse "The Answer" Roy Kellino CBS
The Loretta Young Show "The Clara Schumann Story" Robert Florey NBC
The United States Steel Hour "The Interview" Alex Segal ABC
Waterfront "Christmas in San Pedro" Ted Post Syndicated
Your Hit Parade Clark Jones NBC
1956 Best Director - Film Series
The Phil Silvers Show Nat Hiken CBS
Alfred Hitchcock Presents "The Case of Mr. Pelham" Alfred Hitchcock CBS
The Bob Cummings Show "Return of the Wolf" Rod Amateau
Dragnet Jack Webb NBC
Make Room for Daddy Sheldon Leonard ABC
You Are There "Grant & Lee at Appomattox" Bernard Girard CBS
Best Director - Live Series
Ford Star Jubilee "The Cain Mutiny Court-Martial" Franklin J. Schaffner CBS
Climax! "Portrait in Celluloid" John Frankenheimer CBS
Producers' Showcase "Peter Pan" Clark Jones NBC
"Our Town" Delbert Mann
The United States Steel Hour "No Time for Sergeants" Alex Segal CBS
1957 Best Direction - Half-Hour or Less
The Danny Thomas Show "Danny's Comeback" Sheldon Leonard ABC
Camera Three "As I Lay Dying" Clay Yurdin CBS
General Electric Theater "The Road That Led Afar" Herschel Daugherty
Tales of the 77th Bengal Lancers "The Traitor" George Archainbaud NBC
You Are There "First Moscow Purge Trial" William D. Russell CBS
Best Direction - One Hour or More
Playhouse 90 "Requiem for a Heavyweight" Ralph Nelson CBS
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show "October 5, 1956" Bob Banner NBC
Kraft Television Theatre "A Night to Remember" George Roy Hill
NBC Opera Theatre "La Boheme" Kirk Browning
Playhouse 90 "Forbidden Area" John Frankenheimer CBS
The 20th Century Fox Hour "Child of the Regiment" Lewis Allen CBS
1958 Best Direction - Half-Hour or Less
Alfred Hitchcock Presents "The Glass Eye" Robert Stevens CBS
The Danny Thomas Show Sheldon Leonard ABC & CBS
Father Knows Best Peter Tewksbury NBC
The Patrice Munsel Show Clark Jones ABC
Your Hit Parade Bill Hobin NBC
Best Direction - One Hour or More
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show Bob Banner NBC
Hallmark Hall of Fame "The Green Pastures" George Schaefer NBC
Playhouse 90 "The Comedian" John Frankenheimer CBS
"The Helen Morgan Story" George Roy Hill
"The Miracle Worker" Arthur Penn
1959 Best Direction of a Single Program of a Dramatic Series Less Than One Hour
Alcoa-Goodyear Theatre "Eddie" Jack Smight NBC
Alfred Hitchcock Presents "Lamb to the Slaughter" Alfred Hitchcock CBS
General Electric Theater "Kid at the Stick" James Neilson NBC
"One is a Wanderer" Herschel Daugherty
Peter Gunn "The Kill" Blake Edwards
Best Direction of a Single Dramatic Program – One Hour or Longer
Hallmark Hall of Fame "Little Moon of Alban" George Schaefer NBC
Playhouse 90 "Child of Our Time George Roy Hill CBS
"A Town Has Turned to Dust" John Frankenheimer


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
1960 The Moon and Sixpence Robert Mulligan NBC
Ford Startime "The Turn of the Screw" John Frankenheimer NBC
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse "The Untouchables" Phil Karlson CBS
1961 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Macbeth" George Schaefer NBC
NBC Sunday Showcase "Sacco-Vanzetti Story" Sidney Lumet NBC
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse "The Man in the Funny Suit" Ralph Nelson CBS
1962 The Defenders Franklin J. Schaffner CBS
Alcoa Premiere "People Need People Alex Segal ABC
Dr. Kildare "Shining Image" Buzz Kulik NBC
Naked City Arthur Hiller ABC
Westinghouse Presents "Come Again to Carthage" Jack Smight CBS
1963 The Defenders "The Madman" Stuart Rosenberg CBS
Alcoa Premiere "The Voice of Charlie Pont" Robert Ellis Miller ABC
Ben Casey "A Cardinal Act of Mercy" Sydney Pollack
The DuPont Show of the Week "Big Deal in Laredo" Fielder Cook NBC
Hallmark Hall of Fame "Invincible Mr. Disraeli" George Schaefer
1964 East Side/West Side "Who Do You Kill?" Tom Gries CBS
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre "Something About Lee Wiley" Sydney Pollack NBC
The Defenders "Blacklist" Stuart Rosenberg CBS
"Moment of Truth" Paul Bogart
Hallmark Hall of Fame "The Patriots" George Schaefer NBC
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Directors
1965 The Defenders "The 700 Year-Old Gang" Paul Bogart CBS
Hallmark Hall of Fame "The Magnificent Yankee" George Schaefer NBC
My Name Is Barbra Dwight Hemion CBS
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
1966 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre "The Game" Sydney Pollack NBC
Hallmark Hall of Fame "Eagle in a Cage" George Schaefer NBC
"Inherit the Wind"
I Spy "A Cup of Kindness" Sheldon Leonard
1967 Death of a Salesman Alex Segal CBS
CBS Playhouse "The Final War of Olly Winter" Paul Bogart CBS
Hallmark Hall of Fame "Anastasia" George Schaefer NBC
Mark Twain Tonight! Paul Bogart CBS
1968 CBS Playhouse "Dear Friends" Paul Bogart CBS
CBS Playhouse "Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night" George Schaefer CBS
The Crucible Alex Segal
Mission: Impossible "The Killing" Lee H. Katzin
1969 CBS Playhouse "The People Next Door" David Greene CBS
CBS Playhouse "Secrets" Paul Bogart CBS
Hallmark Hall of Fame "Teacher, Teacher" Fielder Cook NBC


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1970 CBS Playhouse "Shadow Game" Paul Bogart CBS
Hallmark Hall of Fame "A Storm in Summer" Buzz Kulik NBC
NBC World Premiere Movie My Sweet Charlie Lamont Johnson
1971 The Bold Ones: The Senator "The Day the Lion Died" Daryl Duke NBC
The Bold Ones: The Senator "A Single Blow of a Sword" John Badham NBC
Hawaii Five-O "Over Fifty? Steal!" Bob Sweeney CBS
1972 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers "The Invasion of Kevin Ireland" Alexander Singer NBC
Columbo "Short Fuse" Edward M. Abroms NBC
The Man and the City "Hands of Love" Daniel Petrie ABC
1973 Kung Fu "An Eye for an Eye" Jerry Thorpe ABC
Columbo "The Most Dangerous Match" Edward M. Abroms NBC
The Waltons "The Love Story" Lee Philips CBS
1974 The Blue Knight "Part III" Robert Butler NBC
The Waltons "The Journey" Harry Harris CBS
"The Thanksgiving Story" Philip Leacock
1975 Upstairs, Downstairs "A Sudden Storm" Bill Bain PBS
Benjamin Franklin "The Ambassador" Glenn Jordan CBS
Kojak "Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die" David Friedkin
"I Want to Report a Dream..." Telly Savalas
The Streets of San Francisco "The Mask of Death" Harry Falk ABC
1976 Rich Man, Poor Man "Part I: Chapters 1 & 2" David Greene ABC
Beacon Hill "Pilot" Fielder Cook CBS
Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill "Part IV" James Cellan Jones PBS
Lincoln "Crossing Fox River" George Schaefer NBC
Rich Man, Poor Man "Part VI: Chapter 8" Boris Sagal ABC
Upstairs, Downstairs "Women Shall Not Weep" Christopher Hodson PBS
1977 Roots "Part I" David Greene ABC
The Adams Chronicles "John Quincy Adams: President" Fred Coe PBS
Roots "Part II" John Erman ABC
"Part III" Marvin J. Chomsky
"Part VI" Gilbert Moses
1978 Holocaust Marvin J. Chomsky NBC
The Dain Curse E. W. Swackhamer CBS
I, Claudius Herbert Wise PBS
King Abby Mann NBC
Washington: Behind Closed Doors Gary Nelson ABC
1979 The White Shadow "Pilot" Jackie Cooper CBS
Lou Grant "Murder" Mel Damski CBS
"Prisoner" Gene Reynolds
"Schools" Burt Brinckerhoff


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1980 Lou Grant "Cop" Roger Young CBS
Lou Grant "Andrew, Part 2" Peter Levin CBS
"Hollywood" Burt Brinckerhoff
"Influence" Gene Reynolds
Skag "Pilot" Frank Perry NBC
1981 Hill Street Blues "Hill Street Station" Robert Butler NBC
American Dream "Pilot" Mel Damski ABC
Hill Street Blues "Jungle Madness" Corey Allen NBC
"Up in Arms" Georg Stanford Brown
Lou Grant "Pack" Burt Brinckerhoff CBS
"Strike" Gene Reynolds
1982 Fame "To Soar and Never Falter" Harry Harris NBC
Fame "Musical Bridge" Robert Scheerer NBC
Hill Street Blues "The Second Oldest Profession" Robert Butler
"The World According to Freedom" Jeff Bleckner
Lou Grant "Hometown" Gene Reynolds CBS
1983 Hill Street Blues "Life in the Minors" Jeff Bleckner NBC
Fame "And the Winner Is..." Marc Daniels NBC
"Feelings" Robert Scheerer
The Mississippi "Old Hatred Die Hard" Leo Penn CBS
1984 Hill Street Blues "Goodbye, Mr. Scripps" Corey Allen NBC
Fame "Sheer Will" Robert Scheerer NBC
Hill Street Blues "Doris in Wonderland" Arthur Allan Seidelman
"Midway to What?" Thomas Carter
1985 Cagney & Lacey "Heat" Karen Arthur CBS
Hill Street Blues "El Capitan" Georg Stanford Brown NBC
"The Rise and Fall of Paul the Wall" Thomas Carter
Miami Vice "Cool Runnin'" Lee H. Katzin
"Smuggler's Blues" Paul Michael Glaser
1986 Cagney & Lacey "Parting Shots" Georg Stanford Brown CBS
Amazing Stories "The Mission" Steven Spielberg NBC
Hill Street Blues "Two Easy Pieces" Gabrielle Beaumont
Moonlighting "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice" Peter Werner ABC
"My Fair David" Will Mackenzie
1987 L.A. Law "Pilot" Gregory Hoblit NBC
Cagney & Lacey "Turn, Turn, Turn, Part 2" Sharron Miller CBS
L.A. Law "The Venus Butterfly" Donald Petrie NBC
Moonlighting "Atomic Shakespeare" Will Mackenzie ABC
"I Am Curious... Maddie" Allan Arkush
1988 St. Elsewhere "Weigh In, Way Out" Mark Tinker NBC
China Beach "Pilot" Rod Holcomb ABC
L.A. Law "Beauty and Obese" Sam Weisman NBC
"Full Martial Jacket" Win Phelps
"Handroll Express" Kim Friedman
"The Wizard of Odds Gregory Hoblit
1989 Tanner '88 "The Boiler Room" Robert Altman HBO
L.A. Law "I'm in the Nude for Love" Eric Laneuville NBC
"To Live and Diet in L.A." John Pasquin
Midnight Caller "Conversations with the Assassin" Thomas Carter
thirtysomething "We'll Meet Again" Scott Winant ABC


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1990 Equal Justice "Promises to Keep" Thomas Carter ABC
thirtysomething "The Go-Between" Scott Winant
L.A. Law "The Last Gasp" Rick Wallace NBC
"Noah's Bark" Win Phelps
Twin Peaks "Pilot" David Lynch ABC
1991 Equal Justice "In Confidence" Thomas Carter ABC
China Beach "You, Babe" Mimi Leder ABC
Cop Rock "Pilot" Gregory Hoblit
L.A. Law "God Rest You Murray Gentleman" Tom Moore NBC
1992 I'll Fly Away "All God's Children" Eric Laneuville NBC
China Beach "Rewind" Mimi Leder ABC
L.A. Law "Say Goodnight, Gracie" Rick Wallace NBC
Northern Exposure "Seoul Mates" Jack Bender CBS
The Trials of Rosie O'Neill "Heartbreak Hotel" Nancy Malone
1993 Homicide: Life on the Street "Gone for Goode" Barry Levinson NBC
I'll Fly Away "Until Tomorrow" Eric Laneuville NBC
Law & Order "Conspiracy" Edwin Sherin
Sirens "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love" Robert Butler ABC
Sisters "Crash and Born" Nancy Malone NBC
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles "Northern Italy, 1918" Bille August ABC
1994 NYPD Blue "Tempest in a C-Cup" Daniel Sackheim ABC
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman "Pilot" Robert Butler ABC
NYPD Blue "Guns 'N Rosaries" Michael M. Robin
"Pilot" Gregory Hoblit
"True Confessions" Charles Haid
1995 ER "Love's Labor Lost" Mimi Leder NBC
Chicago Hope "Life Support" Lou Antonio CBS
ER "Pilot" Rod Holcomb NBC
My So-Called Life "Pilot" Scott Winant ABC
NYPD Blue "Innuendo" Mark Tinker
1996 Chicago Hope "Leave of Absence" Jeremy Kagan CBS
ER "The Healers" Mimi Leder NBC
"Hell and High Water" Christopher Chulack
Murder One "Chapter One" Charles Haid ABC
NYPD Blue "Blackboard Jungle" Mark Tinker
1997 NYPD Blue "Where's 'Swaldo?" Mark Tinker ABC
ER "Fear of Flying" Christopher Chulack NBC
"Last Call" Rod Holcomb
"Union Station" Tom Moore
The X-Files "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man" James Wong Fox
1998 Brooklyn South "Pilot" Mark Tinker CBS
NYPD Blue "Lost Israel, Part 2" Paris Barclay ABC
Chicago Hope "Brain Salad Surgery" Bill D'Elia CBS
ER "Ambush" Thomas Schlamme NBC
The X-Files "The Post-Modern Prometheus" Chris Carter Fox
1999 NYPD Blue "Hearts and Souls" Paris Barclay ABC
Law & Order "Empire" Matthew Penn NBC
Law & Order/Homicide: Life on the Street "Sideshow" Edwin Sherin
The Sopranos "The Sopranos" David Chase HBO


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2000 The West Wing "Pilot" Thomas Schlamme NBC
ER "All in the Family" Jonathan Kaplan NBC
"Such Sweet Sorrow" John Wells
The Sopranos "Funhouse" John Patterson HBO
"The Knight in White Satin Armor" Allen Coulter
2001 The West Wing "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen" Thomas Schlamme NBC
ER "The Visit" Jonathan Kaplan NBC
The Sopranos "Amour Fou" Tim Van Patten HBO
"Pine Barrens" Steve Buscemi
"University" Allen Coulter
The West Wing "Shibboleth" Laura Innes NBC
2002 Six Feet Under "Pilot" Alan Ball HBO
The Shield "Pilot" Clark Johnson FX
24 "12:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m." Stephen Hopkins Fox
The West Wing "The Indians in the Lobby" Paris Barclay NBC
"Posse Comitatus" Alex Graves
2003 The West Wing "Twenty Five" Christopher Misiano NBC
Six Feet Under "Nobody Sleeps" Alan Poul HBO
The Sopranos "Whitecaps" John Patterson
"Whoever Did This" Tim Van Patten
24 "Day 2: 10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m." Ian Toynton Fox
2004 Deadwood "Deadwood" Walter Hill HBO
ER "The Lost" Christopher Chulack NBC
Nip/Tuck "Pilot" Ryan Murphy FX
The Sopranos "Irregular Around the Margins" Allen Coulter HBO
"Long Term Parking" Tim Van Patten
2005 Lost "Pilot" J. J. Abrams ABC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Grave Danger" Quentin Tarantino CBS
Deadwood "Complications" Gregg Fienberg HBO
Grey's Anatomy "A Hard Day's Night" Peter Horton ABC
Huff "Crazy Nuts & All Fucked Up" Scott Winant Showtime
Rescue Me "Guts" Peter Tolan FX
The West Wing "2162 Votes" Alex Graves NBC
2006 24 "Day 5: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m." Jon Cassar Fox
Big Love "Pilot" Rodrigo Garcia HBO
Lost "Live Together, Die Alone" Jack Bender ABC
Six Feet Under "Everyone's Waiting" Alan Ball HBO
The Sopranos "Join the Club" David Nutter
"Members Only" Tim Van Patten
The West Wing "Election Day, Part 1" Mimi Leder NBC
2007 The Sopranos "Kennedy and Heidi" Alan Taylor HBO
Battlestar Galactica "Exodus, Part 2" Félix Enríquez Alcalá Sci Fi
Boston Legal "Son of the Defender" Bill D'Elia ABC
Friday Night Lights "Pilot" Peter Berg NBC
Heroes "Genesis" David Semel
Lost "Through the Looking Glass" Jack Bender ABC
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip "Pilot" Thomas Schlamme NBC
2008 House "House's Head" Greg Yaitanes Fox
Boston Legal "The Mighty Rogues" Arlene Sanford ABC
Breaking Bad "Pilot" Vince Gilligan AMC
Damages "Get Me a Lawyer" Allen Coulter FX
Mad Men "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" Alan Taylor AMC
2009 ER "And in the End..." Rod Holcomb NBC
Battlestar Galactica "Daybreak, Part 2" Michael Rymer Sci Fi
Boston Legal "Made in China" & "Last Call" Bill D'Elia ABC
Damages "Trust Me" Todd A. Kessler FX
Mad Men "The Jet Set" Phil Abraham AMC


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
Dexter "The Getaway" Steve Shill Showtime
Breaking Bad "One Minute" Michelle MacLaren AMC
Lost "The End" Jack Bender ABC
Mad Men "Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency" Lesli Linka Glatter AMC
Treme "Do You Know What It Means" Agnieszka Holland HBO
Boardwalk Empire "Boardwalk Empire" Martin Scorsese HBO
Boardwalk Empire "Anastasia" Jeremy Podeswa HBO
The Borgias "The Poisoned Chalice" & "The Assassin" Neil Jordan Showtime
Game of Thrones "Winter Is Coming" Tim Van Patten HBO
The Killing "Pilot" Patty Jenkins AMC
Boardwalk Empire "To the Lost" Tim Van Patten HBO
Breaking Bad "Face Off" Vince Gilligan AMC
Downton Abbey "Episode 207" Brian Percival PBS
Homeland "Pilot" Michael Cuesta Showtime
Mad Men "The Other Woman" Phil Abraham AMC
House of Cards "Chapter 1" David Fincher Netflix
Boardwalk Empire "Margate Sands" Tim Van Patten HBO
Breaking Bad "Gliding Over All" Michelle MacLaren AMC
Downton Abbey "Episode 304" Jeremy Webb PBS
Homeland "Q&A" Lesli Linka Glatter Showtime
True Detective "Who Goes There" Cary Joji Fukunaga HBO
Boardwalk Empire "Farewell Daddy Blues" Tim Van Patten HBO
Breaking Bad "Felina" Vince Gilligan AMC
Downton Abbey "Episode 401" David Evans PBS
Game of Thrones "The Watchers on the Wall" Neil Marshall HBO
House of Cards "Chapter 14" Carl Franklin Netflix
Game of Thrones "Mother's Mercy" David Nutter HBO
Boardwalk Empire "Eldorado" Tim Van Patten HBO
Game of Thrones "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken" Jeremy Podeswa
Homeland "From A to B and Back Again" Lesli Linka Glatter Showtime
The Knick "Method and Madness" Steven Soderbergh Cinemax
Game of Thrones "Battle of the Bastards" Miguel Sapochnik HBO
Downton Abbey "Episode 609" Michael Engler PBS
Game of Thrones "The Door" Jack Bender HBO
Homeland "The Tradition of Hospitality" Lesli Linka Glatter Showtime
The Knick "This Is All We Are" Steven Soderbergh Cinemax
Ray Donovan "Exsuscito" David Hollander Showtime
The Handmaid's Tale "Offred" Reed Morano Hulu
Better Call Saul "Witness" Vince Gilligan AMC
The Crown "Hyde Park Corner" Stephen Daldry Netflix
The Handmaid's Tale "The Bridge" Kate Dennis Hulu
Homeland "America First" Lesli Linka Glatter Showtime
Stranger Things "Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers" The Duffer Brothers Netflix
Westworld "The Bicameral Mind" Jonathan Nolan HBO
The Crown "Paterfamilias" Stephen Daldry Netflix
Game of Thrones "Beyond the Wall" Alan Taylor HBO
"The Dragon and the Wolf" Jeremy Podeswa
The Handmaid's Tale "After" Kari Skogland Hulu
Ozark "The Toll" Jason Bateman Netflix
"Tonight We Improvise" Daniel Sackheim
Stranger Things "Chapter Nine: The Gate" The Duffer Brothers
Ozark "Reparations" Jason Bateman Netflix
Game of Thrones "The Iron Throne" David Benioff and D. B. Weiss HBO
"The Last of the Starks" David Nutter
"The Long Night" Miguel Sapochnik
The Handmaid's Tale "Holly" Daina Reid Hulu
Killing Eve "Desperate Times" Lisa Brühlmann BBC America
Succession "Celebration" Adam McKay HBO


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
Succession "Hunting" Andrij Parekh HBO
The Crown "Aberfan" Benjamin Caron Netflix
"Cri de Coeur" Jessica Hobbs
Homeland "Prisoners of War" Lesli Linka Glatter Showtime
The Morning Show "The Interview" Mimi Leder Apple TV+
Ozark "Fire Pink" Alik Sakharov Netflix
"Su Casa Es Mi Casa" Ben Semanoff
Succession "This Is Not for Tears" Mark Mylod HBO
The Crown "War" Jessica Hobbs Netflix
Bridgerton "Diamond of the First Water" Julie Anne Robinson Netflix
The Crown "Fairytale" Benjamin Caron
The Handmaid's Tale "The Wilderness" Liz Garbus Hulu
The Mandalorian "Chapter 9: The Marshal" Jon Favreau Disney+
Pose "Series Finale" Steven Canals FX

Total awards by network

Programs with multiple awards

Programs with multiple nominations

Individuals with multiple awards

Individuals with multiple nominations

See also


  1. ^ Though this category is the dominant one in which dramatic directing has been recognized, there were a few years in which the categories were determined by running time, not genre. Until 1979, miniseries and television films competed alongside drama series.


  1. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  2. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  3. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  4. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  5. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  6. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  7. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved May 27, 2017.
  8. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 13, 2017.
  9. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 12, 2018.
  10. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 16, 2019.
  11. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
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