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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for Variety Series
Awarded for Outstanding Directing for Variety Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by Don Roy King,
Saturday Night Live (2018)
Website emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for Variety Series is awarded to one television series each year. After being grouped together for decades as Outstanding Directing for Variety or Music Program, categories were divided for series and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special in 2009.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place:

Winners and nominations

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy-Variety or Music Series

1970s

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1971
[1]
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In "Orson Welles" Mark Warren NBC
The Andy Williams Show "Christmas Show" Art Fisher NBC
The Flip Wilson Show "David Frost, James Brown and The Muppets" Tim Kiley
1972
[2]
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour "Tony Randall" Art Fisher CBS
The Carol Burnett Show "Carol Channing and Steve Lawrence" Dave Powers CBS
The Flip Wilson Show "Petula Clark and Redd Foxx" Tim Kiley NBC
1973
The Julie Andrews Hour "Lisa Doolittle and Mary Poppins" Bill Davis ABC
The Flip Wilson Show "Roberta Flack and Burt Reynolds" Tim Kiley NBC
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour "Mike Connors" Art Fisher CBS
1974
[3]
The Carol Burnett Show "The Australia Show" Dave Powers CBS
In Concert "Cat Stevens" Joshua White ABC
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour "Ken Berry and George Foreman" Art Fisher CBS
1975
[4]
The Carol Burnett Show "Alan Alda" Dave Powers CBS
Cher "Bette Midler, Flip Wilson and Elton John" Art Fisher CBS
1976
[5]
Saturday Night Live "Paul Simon" Dave Wilson NBC
The Carol Burnett Show "Maggie Smith" Dave Powers CBS
The Sonny and Cher Show "Premiere" Tim Kiley
1977
[6]
The Carol Burnett Show "Eydie Gormé" Dave Powers CBS
Saturday Night Live "Paul Simon" Dave Wilson NBC
Van Dyke and Company "John Denver" John Moffitt
1978
[7]
The Carol Burnett Show "Steve Martin and Betty White" Dave Powers CBS
The Muppet Show "Elton John" Peter Harris Syndicated
The Richard Pryor Show "Paula Kelly" John Moffitt NBC
Saturday Night Live "Steve Martin" Dave Wilson
Shields and Yarnell "John Aylesworth" Steve Binder CBS

Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program

1980s

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1980
[8]
Baryshnikov on Broadway Dwight Hemion ABC
The Big Show "Mariette Hartley and Dean Martin" Steve Binder NBC
John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together Tony Charmoli ABC
The Muppet Show "Liza Minnelli" Peter Harris Syndicated
1981
[9]
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts Don Mischer CBS
The 53rd Annual Academy Awards Marty Pasetta ABC
Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters "Dolly Parton and John Schneider" Bob Henry NBC
Linda in Wonderland Dwight Hemion CBS
Nureyev and the Joffrey Ballet in Tribute to Nijinsky (Great Performances) Emile Ardolino PBS
Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight II Tony Charmoli
1982
[10]
Goldie and Kids... Listen to Us Dwight Hemion ABC
The 54th Annual Academy Awards Marty Pasetta ABC
Baryshnikov in Hollywood Don Mischer CBS
Live from Lincoln Center: An Evening with Danny Kaye Robert Scheerer PBS
Night of 100 Stars Clark Jones ABC
1983
[11]
Sheena Easton... Act One Dwight Hemion NBC
The 55th Annual Academy Awards Marty Pasetta ABC
Lincoln Center Special — Stravinsky and Balanchine: A Genius Has a Birthday! Emile Ardolino PBS
Live from Lincoln Center: Zubin Mehta Conducts Beethoven's Ninth with the New York Philharmonic Kirk Browning
Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever Don Mischer NBC
SCTV Network "The Energy Ball" / "Sweeps Week Show" John Blanchard and John Bell
1984
[12]
Here's Television Entertainment Dwight Hemion NBC
Burnett "Discovers" Domingo Marty Pasetta CBS
The 6th Annual Kennedy Center Honors Don Mischer
The 1984 Tony Awards Clark Jones
1985
[13]
Sweeney Todd (Great Performances) Terry Hughes PBS
Late Night with David Letterman "3rd Anniversary Special" Hal Gurnee NBC
Motown Returns to the Apollo Don Mischer PBS
Night of 100 Stars II Waris Hussein ABC
1986
[14]
Copacabana Waris Hussein CBS
The 58th Annual Academy Awards Marty Pasetta ABC
The Gospel at Colonus (Great Performances) Kirk Browning PBS
Neil Diamond... Hello Again Dwight Hemion CBS
1987
[15]
The Kennedy Center Honors Don Mischer CBS
Late Night with David Letterman "5th Anniversary Special" Hal Gurnee NBC
Liberty Weekend: Opening Ceremonies Dwight Hemion ABC
The 41st Annual Tony Awards Walter C. Miller CBS
The Tracey Ullman Show "Meg and Tina in August" / "Pre-School" / "Golf" Ted Bessell and Stuart Margolin Fox
1988
[16]
Celebrating Gershwin (Great Performances) Patricia Birch and Humphrey Burton PBS
Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration Walter C. Miller CBS
Late Night with David Letterman "6th Anniversary Special" Hal Gurnee NBC
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: The 20th Reunion David Grossman CBS
1989
[17]
The Jim Henson Hour "Dog City" Jim Henson NBC
Dance in America: Gregory Hines — Tap Dance in America (Great Performances) Don Mischer PBS
The Debbie Allen Special Debbie Allen ABC
Late Night with David Letterman "In Chicago" Hal Gurnee NBC
The Tracey Ullman Show "D.U.I." / "Family Therapy" / "9 Minutes & 52 Seconds Over Tokyo" / "Conjugal Visit" Ted Bessell Fox

1990s

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1990
[18]
The Kennedy Center Honors Dwight Hemion CBS
The 62nd Annual Academy Awards "100 Years at the Movies" (segment) Chuck Workman ABC
Billy Crystal: Midnight Train to Moscow Paul Flaherty HBO
The Jim Henson Hour "The Song of the Cloud Forest" Jim Henson NBC
Sammy Davis, Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration Jeff Margolis ABC
1991
[19]
Late Night with David Letterman "1425" Hal Gurnee NBC
The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Jeff Margolis ABC
The Kennedy Center Honors Dwight Hemion CBS
1992
[20]
Unforgettable... with Love: Natalie Cole Sings the Songs of Nat King Cole (Great Performances) Patricia Birch PBS
The 64th Annual Academy Awards Jeff Margolis ABC
Late Night with David Letterman "10th Anniversary Special" Hal Gurnee NBC
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Bobby Quinn
The 45th Annual Tony Awards Walter C. Miller CBS
1993
[21]
The 1992 Tony Awards Walter C. Miller CBS
The 65th Annual Academy Awards Jeff Margolis ABC
Black and Blue (Great Performances) Robert Altman PBS
Late Night with David Letterman "1723" Hal Gurnee NBC
1994
[22]
The Tony Awards Walter C. Miller CBS
The 66th Annual Academy Awards Jeff Margolis ABC
Late Show with David Letterman "160" Hal Gurnee CBS
Saturday Night Live Dave Wilson NBC
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "463" Ellen Brown
Tracey Ullman Takes On New York Don Scardino HBO
1995
[23]
The 67th Annual Academy Awards Jeff Margolis ABC
Barbra Streisand: The Concert Barbra Streisand and Dwight Hemion HBO
The Kennedy Center Honors Louis J. Horvitz CBS
Late Show with David Letterman "384" Hal Gurnee
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "541" Ellen Brown NBC
1996
[24]
The Kennedy Center Honors Louis J. Horvitz CBS
The 68th Annual Academy Awards Jeff Margolis ABC
Late Show with David Letterman "503" Jerry Foley CBS
Marsalis on Music "Sousa to Satchmo" Michael Lindsay-Hogg PBS
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "914" Ellen Brown NBC
1997
[25]
Centennial Olympic Games: Opening Ceremonies Don Mischer NBC
The 69th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Bette Midler: Diva Las Vegas Marty Callner HBO
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "1062" Ellen Brown NBC
Tracey Takes On... "1976" Thomas Schlamme HBO
1998
[26]
The 70th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Fleetwood Mac: The Dance Bruce Gowers MTV
Garth: Live from Central Park Marty Callner HBO
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella Robert Iscove ABC
Stomp Out Loud Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas HBO
Tracey Takes On... "Smoking" Don Scardino
1999
[27]
The 1998 Tony Awards Paul Miller CBS
The 41st Annual Grammy Awards Walter C. Miller CBS
The Kennedy Center Honors Louis J. Horvitz
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jennifer Love Hewitt" Beth McCarthy-Miller NBC
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "1613" Ellen Brown

2000s

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2000
[28]
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Chris Rock: Bigger & Blacker Keith Truesdell HBO
The Gershwins' "Crazy for You" (Great Performances) Matthew Diamond PBS
Late Show with David Letterman "1294" Jerry Foley CBS
Saturday Night Live: The 25th Anniversary Special Beth McCarthy-Miller NBC
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "1770" Ellen Brown
2001
[29]
Cirque Du Soleil's Dralion David Mallet Bravo
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band: Live in New York City Chris Hilson HBO
Late Show with David Letterman "1527" Jerry Foley CBS
The 54th Annual Tony Awards Paul Miller
2002
[30]
Opening Ceremony Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Bucky Gunts, Ron de Moraes and Kenny Ortega NBC
The 74th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
America: A Tribute to Heroes Joel Gallen and Beth McCarthy-Miller [note 1]
From Broadway: Fosse (Great Performances) Matthew Diamond PBS
Late Show with David Letterman Jerry Foley CBS
2003
[31]
The 56th Annual Tony Awards Glenn Weiss CBS
The 75th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Chris Hilson CBS
Late Show with David Letterman "1876" Jerry Foley
Saturday Night Live "Host: Christopher Walken" Beth McCarthy-Miller NBC
2004
[32]
The 76th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Bill Maher: Victory Begins at Home John Moffitt HBO
Chappelle's Show "204" Neal Brennan, Andre Allen and Scott Vincent Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "8086" Chuck O'Neil
Elaine Stritch: At Liberty Andy Picheta, Nick Doob, Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker HBO
Late Show with David Letterman "2170" Jerry Foley CBS
2005
[33]
The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad - Opening Ceremony Bucky Gunts NBC
The 77th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
Da Ali G Show "Rekognize" James Bobin HBO
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "9010" Chuck O'Neil Comedy Central
Late Show with David Letterman "2269" Jerry Foley CBS
2006
[34]
The 78th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
American Idol "Finale" Bruce Gowers Fox
The Colbert Report "110" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "10140" Chuck O'Neil
Saturday Night Live "Host: Steve Martin" Beth McCarthy-Miller NBC
2007
[35]
Tony Bennett: An American Classic Rob Marshall NBC
American Idol "The Final Two" Bruce Gowers Fox
The Colbert Report "2161" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "12061" Chuck O'Neil
Saturday Night Live "Host: Alec Baldwin" Don Roy King NBC
2008
[36]
The 80th Annual Academy Awards Louis J. Horvitz ABC
The Colbert Report "4051" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
Company (Great Performances) Lonny Price PBS
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "13050" Chuck O'Neil Comedy Central
Saturday Night Live "Host: Tina Fey" Don Roy King NBC

Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2009
[37]
American Idol "833 (The Final Three)" Bruce Gowers Fox
The Colbert Report "4159" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "13107" Chuck O'Neil
Late Show with David Letterman "2932" Jerry Foley CBS
Real Time with Bill Maher "705" Hal Grant HBO
Saturday Night Live "Host: Justin Timberlake" Don Roy King NBC

2010s

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2010
[38]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Betty White" Don Roy King NBC
The Colbert Report "5076 (in Iraq)" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "15054" Chuck O'Neil
Late Show with David Letterman "3289" Jerry Foley CBS
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien "146" Allan Kartun NBC
2011
[39]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Justin Timberlake" Don Roy King NBC
American Idol "1024/1025A" Gregg Gelfand Fox
The Colbert Report "6112" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "16048" Chuck O'Neil
Late Show with David Letterman "3333" Jerry Foley CBS
2012
[40]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Mick Jagger" Don Roy King NBC
The Colbert Report "7121A" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "17087" Chuck O'Neil
Late Show with David Letterman "3602" Jerry Foley CBS
Portlandia "One Moore Episode" Jonathan Krisel IFC
2013
[41]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Justin Timberlake" Don Roy King NBC
The Colbert Report "8131" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "17153" Chuck O'Neil
Jimmy Kimmel Live! "13-1810" Andy Fisher ABC
Late Show with David Letterman "3749" Jerry Foley CBS
Portlandia "Alexandra" Jonathan Krisel IFC
2014
[42]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon" Don Roy King NBC
The Colbert Report "9135" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "18153" Chuck O'Neil
Portlandia "Getting Away" Jonathan Krisel IFC
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon "Episode 1 (Will Smith/U2)" Dave Diomedi NBC
2015
[43]
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart "20103" Chuck O'Neil Comedy Central
The Colbert Report "11040" Jim Hoskinson Comedy Central
Inside Amy Schumer "12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer" Amy Schumer and Ryan McFaul
Late Show with David Letterman "4214" Jerry Foley CBS
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon "203" Dave Diomedi NBC
2016
[44]
Inside Amy Schumer "Madonna/Whore" Ryan McFaul Comedy Central
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "303" Paul Pennolino HBO
The Late Late Show with James Corden "Post-Super Bowl Episode" Tim Mancinelli CBS
Saturday Night Live "Host: Tina Fey & Amy Poehler" Don Roy King NBC
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon "325" Dave Diomedi
2017
[45]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon" Don Roy King NBC
Drunk History "Hamilton" Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner Comedy Central
Jimmy Kimmel Live! "The (RED) Show" Andy Fisher ABC
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "Multi-Level Marketing" Paul Pennolino HBO
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert "0179" Jim Hoskinson CBS
2018
[46]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Donald Glover" Don Roy King NBC
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee "2061" Andre Allen TBS
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "421" Paul Pennolino HBO
The Late Late Show with James Corden "0416" Tim Mancinelli CBS
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert "438" Jim Hoskinson
Portlandia "Riot Spray" Carrie Brownstein IFC

Programs with multiple wins

Programs with multiple nominations

Totals include nominations for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for Nonfiction Programming.

Notes

  1. ^ America: A Tribute to Heroes was simulcast live on 35 network and cable outlets. The Emmys listed no individual network with this nomination.

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