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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)

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Primetime Emmy Award for Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)
Awarded forOutstanding Sound Editing for a One-Hour Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held byStranger Things (2018)
Websiteemmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) is an award handed out annually at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Prior to 1976 and between 1979 and 1983, regular series competed with limited series and movies for Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing. In 2018, the category was split to separately recognize one-hour and half-hour series.[1]

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:

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ALAN SEALES: Please welcome Eric McCormack. ERIC MCCORMACK: Hello. ALAN SEALES: So the show is very different from what I typically watch in that I guess it deals with a lot of mental illness and people with those sorts of disorders. I mean, what made you want to tackle this kind of show? ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, I mean, it's a bit of a throwback as a show, in terms of it's a crime solving show at its heart, but the guy doing the solving is the interesting character. I mean, that there's a long period of time, I think, with cop shows, in the last 10, 15 years, where Dick Wolf with "Law and Order" said, we don't care about their personalities, we don't go home with the cops, it's all about the crime. And "CSI" took that even further. But this is a throwback to "Columbo" and "Quincy" and stuff, where the central character has quirks, he has downfalls. And in this case, he has paranoid schizophrenia. And also, he's not a cop, nor is he a lawyer-- he is a professor. Most episodes begin in the classroom with him teaching university students. And in this one, in fact, in a couple of-- perhaps even in the next scene, we are actually in the Sorbonne in Paris, and he's lecturing there. I was drawn to it because as a character, he is so multi-faceted. Like Dr. House, he can be a bit of an asshole. He's the smartest guy in the room, but he can also, because of his condition, suddenly be terrified. He can be hallucinating something that ultimately will help him, but in the moment, it can absolutely destroy him. ALAN SEALES: So your character is who? ERIC MCCORMACK: He is Dr. Daniel Pierce. He is a neuroscience professor. ALAN SEALES: Eccentric-- eccentric neuropsychiatrist. ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, yeah. Yeah. I mean, if paranoid schizophrenia is an eccentricity, I guess he's eccentric. He's a brilliant, brilliant guy that basically had his first break with reality at about the age of 21 and could very easily have gone off the rails, as so often happens, but he stayed at the university he was at and eventually started teaching there. LeVar Burton plays his old friend who is the dean of the university and is, at least, when we started the series, two years ago, was keeping Daniel's condition kind of under wraps. It was pretty much a secret. Everyone thought of him as eccentric, not realizing that he was a diagnosed schizophrenic. And that's come out in the series, since the beginning of the second season. He was kind of outed on the witness stand. But still it's amazing because when I first read this, I thought, I wonder how many people living with this condition hold down such a position of power and influence. ALAN SEALES: Without people knowing? ERIC MCCORMACK: Right. Without people knowing, or even with people knowing. What we all know about paranoid schizophrenia, if we know anything at all, is the guy outside the 7-Eleven is crazy and he's talking to himself, and that's what the average person sees, or they see the 6 o'clock news, and someone's just shut up a room full of people, and guess what? He's probably schizophrenic. So that is the stigma that gets out there, when in fact, there's a tremendous number of people living with it that, in fact, run companies. And my model-- after I got the part, I did a lot of research and there's an incredible woman named Elyn Saks who wrote a book called "The Center Cannot Hold." She's a university professor. She's a law professor at USC. But she was full blown schizophrenic in the early 70s, and without her meds, would still be so now. And yet, she teaches students, she writes books, she lectures. She's a brilliant lecturer. And I thought, it doesn't hurt to show America there's another side of mental illness. ALAN SEALES: So is that more what appealed to you about the role? You just wanted to increase education of the subject? ERIC MCCORMACK: That's kind of a byproduct. And it's a great one. Ultimately, you just want to play an interesting part that the audience is drawn to. I didn't think, when I finished the sitcom, hey, I should solve crimes, that's what I should do, how can I do that? But it is the most popular form of television, cable or network, and defined an interesting way into that. He's drawn into the FBI. They use him, but he is not an FBI agent. He's a professor whose expertise is called upon. So I like the academic setting. Like I say, every episode has university scenes. And you don't see a lot of that on any series. We have high school shows, but we don't necessarily have a lot of college shows and particularly at that level of academia. So that drew me, too. ALAN SEALES: The TA in the show-- he's been in nine years, I think, in the college [INAUDIBLE]? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. You're right. ALAN SEALES: Nine years and six degrees and still won't leave. First of all, I love this story. I was cast early. Ken Biller, who created the show-- we got together. And then I helped him cast the rest of the parts. And my TA was to be named Max Lewicki. And we took three guys to network, two of them who looked like Lewickis. And then this good looking black guy, and of course, he walked in, and he was great. We said, so he's got the part-- we're going to change the name, right? And Ken said, no, no, let's leave it. Max Lewicki. ALAN SEALES: That will throw them off. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly. So of course, we waited a long time, and we were deep in the second season before we finally explained that he was adopted by the Lewickis or whatever. And I'm always yelling at him. He's quite beleaguered. But it's fun to shout, Lewicki, and have that guy walk out. ALAN SEALES: Was it Arjay Smith? Right? ERIC MCCORMACK: Arjay Smith. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: He's just a little [INAUDIBLE]. ALAN SEALES: From Nickelodeon's "Journey of Allen Strange"? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. ALAN SEALES: For some people here. ERIC MCCORMACK: Apparently the young people liked the show. ALAN SEALES: Yes. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. He was actually like a kid actor-- ALAN SEALES: Really? ERIC MCCORMACK: That has grown into this lovely guy. ALAN SEALES: Oh, yeah. I love him on the show. He's always right there-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. ALAN SEALES: You know, giving you the one-two punch. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly right. ALAN SEALES: But is that weird? Like, what in the show made you decide to make him kind of like, sort of, a nurse to you? ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, actually-- ALAN SEALES: Because he lives with you, on the show. ERIC MCCORMACK: It was revealed in the second season, but we explore it more this season that that's literally what he was. We met because the character, five years ago, had a complete-- he went out of his mind and was hospitalized for six months and institutionalized. ALAN SEALES: Spoiler. Spoiler. Spoiler. ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, yeah. We've always hinted at that. We've just never exported it dramatically. And this season, we get some great flashbacks where we get to see him meet Lewicki and while ALAN SEALES: In season three? ERIC MCCORMACK: He gets that job in season three. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: So that's great for Arjay to get to do that. ALAN SEALES: Oh, that's cool. That's really neat. So the show, going into season three now, is-- I mean, it's popular. It's been renewed. TNT's liking it. What do you think really is driving the fan base? What do you think people are finding so interesting about the show? ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, I've seen with this today that when I started, 20 years ago, and trying to get on television, you still needed a pretty big audience-- ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: To be a success. And of course, as you all know, it's changed entirely now. And you can be a successful show with a very small group of people if that group of people are rabid and constantly googling you. If they do have a rabid, devoted fanbase, and the particular network you're on doesn't demand a whole lot of people-- I mean, "Mad Men" had a million people a year for the first four or five years, right? So I think-- ALAN SEALES: Which is not a lot. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah, which is not a lot. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: This particular show we have-- I think we averaged about 5 million the last two seasons. And they're people that when I first signed on with TNT, I said, who's your audience? And Michael Wright, who runs the thing, said, it's 50-year-old women. And I said, all right. ALAN SEALES: All right. ERIC MCCORMACK: There you go. They loved me. 50-year-olds loved me. I mean, I'm the gay best friend they never had. So that was kind of our way in, which which was that. But also, TNT has a lot of crime shows. So there's people that love to solve crimes. So you mix those two things together. And we definitely have our fanbase, but we're trying to expand it because I love that beyond the mystery of the week is this very complex character. And we can do that in this clip. I don't know if you've ever seen the show, but him hallucinating is a very big part of the show. He is basically off his meds, not for any good reason. It's the hubris of-- and this is, again, part of the condition. People that get on their meds sometimes cycle off because they don't like how they feel when they're on them. They don't like being controlled. He's definitely someone that doesn't like having his mind controlled. He's a brain guy. So he freely hallucinates sometimes. And in the most of the episodes, those hallucinations are part of what's guiding him towards-- they're the reason he hallucinates that woman or we have one this season where I hallucinate the devil. I actually have great conversations with the devil. But there's a reason for it that is leading me to solving the case. ALAN SEALES: Well how much research did you do for the role? I mean, did you just say, oh, this person's imaginary, so I'll pretend, or what all did you do? ERIC MCCORMACK: No. I didn't write the show. Ken and Mike Sussman wrote it. So a lot of that was on the page. My research had to do with what do symptoms look like, and what do they feel like, and how? You know, sometimes with series, you can sort of get it right in the pilot, and then eventually, by the second season, maybe you've figured out the character. I couldn't afford to. I thought the mental health community would just shut me down if I came out half-cocked. So I did a lot of research up front with Elyn's book and Oliver Sacks' books and just trying to get a sense of-- because I not only had to get his mental health condition right-- I had to get him right as a teacher, as an academic, as a neuroscientist. And there's a lot of-- I mean, that's some of the most fun stuff to say is ventromedial prefrontal cortex. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: It's fun to say. So that kind of research was crucial up front, too. ALAN SEALES: Well, you meet any of the patients with similar symptoms or anything? ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, Ellen was a big one. I sat down to lunch with her. And I did ask. I mean, it was very laid out in her book. But to hear her talk about it, herself, and-- hers was more, as with a lot of people with the condition, is more voices than it is visual. But this is television, so his voices tend to have-- it's gonna be actors we can cast, and you can see them. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: But so yeah, I did a lot of research in that department, to make sure that we weren't doing anything hokey. Of course, it's television-- there's going to be an element of, are you going to buy this? But there's nothing we've done-- there's no-- a lot of cases that we look into, the reason my character's brought on is because there's a mental illness, you know, so someone looks like they're crazy. Well, actually, they're not crazy. They have this condition, which made it look like they were confessing to something that they didn't do. ALAN SEALES: Well, it's always you-- it seems like it's you convincing or changing the mind of somebody who was convinced of-- based on a preconceived notion, I guess. ERIC MCCORMACK: Right. Right. ALAN SEALES: Right ERIC MCCORMACK: And so it's not just that through the character, we get to see layers of him. We get to see, through his expertise, all of these other conditions. And it's becoming, as we know, a huge part of the legal system now, that, you know, it's not black and white anymore. You plead insanity or not plead insanity. There are so many conditions that are now recognized medically that are going to have-- they're going to come out in the courtroom as a defense. And they're going to be harder and harder to bat away. We're going to have to face the fact that we have to deal with mental illness. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: We can't just lock it up. ALAN SEALES: So you won an award-- the Award of Courage-- for what they say, your groundbreaking portrayal of Dr. Daniel Pierce, right? So what is that award? I mean, why do they give that out? ERIC MCCORMACK: It was the neuroscience department at UCLA that gives various awards every year. But there's one for media and accurate representations of their work in the media. And this was more for the portrayal of mental illness, more than it was the neuroscience, but because they like it, I thought, it kind of covers both. But the beautiful thing was it was presented by Elyn Saks. So the fact that she got up and said to the world, what he's doing is accurate and true to what people living with it go through, it meant a lot. ALAN SEALES: Hm. So how do you play this character? I mean, I guess, how do you prepare for this character differently from other things that you've done? ERIC MCCORMACK: There's a frantic state of mind that is not hard for me to be in, unfortunately. He just, he very rarely is at peace. And so mostly, it's about energy. It's about coming in with a lot of it and understanding that that's what he's always trying to tamp down. It's not just the voices, but the paranoia and the fear. The fear is very real. And the one-- I thought this piece of writing was great, particularly, once I met Ellen, was in the classroom, he's a rock star. In the classroom, he's got his students. They love him. It takes me back. I don't know if-- ALAN SEALES: Throwing themselves at him? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. I'm probably the oldest person in the room, but there was a show called "The Paper Chase" in the late '70s that John Houseman played this legal professor. And I remember the classroom scenes. He was very, very vat. He was very-- but you were riveted to him because you watched students riveted to him. And it's kind of the same thing here, too. He's fun and he's funny. And he loves the jargon. He loves teaching. He gets outside the classroom, and in a group of people he can be a complete basket case. ALAN SEALES: Right. Right. So you also direct and produce this, correct? ERIC MCCORMACK: I am a producer on it. And I just directed an episode this year, which was great. ALAN SEALES: The second episode of season three, I think? ERIC MCCORMACK: Second is the one that follows this Paris episode. Yeah. We're in Paris because at the end of last season, I quit my job, as you can see, and followed this woman that I love, and-- ALAN SEALES: Who is real-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Who is real. ALAN SEALES: Which confused me-- ERIC MCCORMACK: The blond girl. Yes. ALAN SEALES: Confused me for awhile. ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, she's the girl-- the blond girl-- that was in the apartment with me, saying, you know, you've got to be careful, you're not on your meds-- she's not real. I've hallucinated her for 25 years. She is a girl that I, as we learned at the end of the first season-- because the whole first season, the audience knew she wasn't real, but it's like why is she-- am I hallucinating someone from my past, am I hallucinating an ex-lover? It turns out that she was a girl I saw across a crowded room and never met. But from that day-- that was pretty much the day I had my first break with reality and I started, in my mind, dating her and calling her and-- ALAN SEALES: You were in love with the idea. ERIC MCCORMACK: I was in love with this woman who became very, very real. And at the end of the first season-- it was a really cool episode-- we met. Kelly Rowan played both parts-- the woman I had been hallucinating for 25 years, and the real woman, who I never saw since that party, is my doctor, after I lose my shit, one day. I'm taken to the hospital, and there's Natalie. And I'm like, they're giving me medication-- why am I still seeing you? And she's like, we've never met, Dr. Pierce, my name is Caroline. And it was great just to realize that sometimes, like I say, when you see someone talking to themselves in the street, they're talking to someone very real-- maybe their own father, maybe somebody that is, as far as they're concerned, very, very there. And I think that also helps to remind an audience that-- ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: For what they're going through, it's absolutely here now. ALAN SEALES: Well, let's get back to the producing part of it. ERIC MCCORMACK: Oh, the producing part. ALAN SEALES: That was the original question. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. So when I came out with Ken, I just said, look, you don't need my help producing the show, but I think I need to be a guardian of this character in a way that-- because he's writing the show. Ken is up there with [INAUDIBLE]. So as we're working with different directors, it's crucial that somebody on set be guarding the heart of the show, and-- ALAN SEALES: So what does a producer do, exactly? ERIC MCCORMACK: A producer can do any number of things. I mean, you can give money-- you can give a million bucks and never do anything else. ALAN SEALES: Is that the executive producer? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah, well, exactly right. I just did a movie before Christmas-- an independent film with Parker Posey. And one of the producers is Lars Ulrich, the drummer from Metallica. He showed up one day to say, hi. I think he just gave some money. You know? I mean, that's-- but he's still a producer. You can be the person that owns the property. You can buy a book and say, I'm going to make this into a movie. You never have to do anything else except own that book, and you're still a producer, whereas, the guys that make our show happen day after day after day after day are a different kind of producer. I mean, they are hands on, making the show happen. Ken, who created the show, is the executive producer because the words come out of his head. And in my case, like I said, I produce it by helping to cast it and by, when the show is shot, helping to edit it and have a say in how it comes out. ALAN SEALES: Hm. That's really neat. OK. So the show is set in Chicago. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. ALAN SEALES: You film in LA. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. ALAN SEALES: Are there any challenges with that? ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, there's a few. There are no palm trees in Chicago. So there's just certain places we just can't point the camera anywhere. We're like, oh, Christ, what are we going to do now? But there's that. Plus, I decided-- we shot the pilot in Toronto, which is where I'm from, which was great. All of those university shots are the University of Toronto. ALAN SEALES: Oh, really? OK. ERIC MCCORMACK: And so we had to recreate that in LA. There's no buildings in Los Angeles that look like that except for one church in Pasadena. So that's where we shoot, now, all of our university stuff. ALAN SEALES: In the internal-- the internal shots? ERIC MCCORMACK: No. The internal's all a set. But these external, when I'm outside on benches and beautiful trees, that's all this little church courtyard, which is-- ALAN SEALES: Oh, cool. ERIC MCCORMACK: Hysterical. That, and I also decided that, based on my research, someone with his condition-- particularly, someone not on their meds-- they need routine. They need the comfort of things not changing, which is why-- I don't know if you saw in that scene-- what I'm listening to on my headphones, it's a Walkman. It's a Sony Walkman that he's had for 25 years. The sneakers, he's probably never changed. And that coat and scarf were in the pilot, and I said, I think he always wears this. This is his armor against the world. And in Los Angeles, in June, sometimes I hate myself. ALAN SEALES: So-- well, you're saying that the character, I guess, the people with schizophrenia like to have stability and things not changing-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah, they need it. ALAN SEALES: Is there a link to OCD, as well, with that, or is this holistically different? ERIC MCCORMACK: With OCD, it's-- and I'm not going to become a scientist here because I just play one on TV-- but I mean, yeah, I'm sure there's definitely a link. And in this case, though, it's more about just not letting fear rule you and having control. Paranoid schizophrenics generally feel out of control. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: They cannot control what's around them. ALAN SEALES: Because they legitimately don't know what's real and what's not? Or-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, I mean, it does vary in degrees, like, for instance, most paranoid schizophrenics-- and I shouldn't use that term-- people living with paranoid schizophrenia don't necessarily hallucinate visually. More common is voices-- sounds, even-- that kind of thing. So it does vary. But what was the previous thing you said? Something about-- ALAN SEALES: The challenges of filming in LA? ERIC MCCORMACK: Oh, no, no. ALAN SEALES: Oh, no, no. The OCD. ERIC MCCORMACK: The OCD-- ALAN SEALES: Yes. ERIC MCCORMACK: Whereas, you know, I think OCD is also a need. It's a need for control, too-- a need to control your environment as best you can. ALAN SEALES: Right. So the creator of the show-- what was his idea behind even bringing it into conception? I mean, does he have somebody that he knows that's living with similar symptoms? ERIC MCCORMACK: I think there was someone close in his life that-- I'd probably have to let him answer that question. But Mike Sussman, the other co-creator, had actually come to Ken and said, I don't know what to do with this, but I think at the center of a show, someone with paranoid schizophrenia could be really interesting. And Ken was already working with TNT on trying to come up with another mystery solving show. And then he came up with the idea of setting it in-- making him a neuroscientist. I mean, that's the part that I love, is that someone who knows more about the brain than anybody in the room, his own brain is his worst enemy. ALAN SEALES: Right. I always feel like there's a little bit of ice outside of the classroom. The character is always slightly just holding back, being incredibly mean to somebody because they feel they're intellectually-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. ALAN SEALES: Your character feels that the person is intellectually inferior? So you're like, why are you bothering me, why don't you get this? ERIC MCCORMACK: I mean, it's nice. I was quite likable on "Will and Grace," and it's fun to sometimes not be likable. I mean, Dr. Pierce is a dick sometimes, which is really fun. And it is hubris. It is intellectual hubris. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: You know? And to see someone behave that way and lord his intelligence over the room, and then suddenly be terrified because he saw someone there who was not there is to remind everyone of his humility, as well. ALAN SEALES: Well, OK. So "Will and Grace" was the first time on prime time TV that two openly gay characters were leads in a sitcom. So that was groundbreaking, brought all of this educational-- ERIC MCCORMACK: If you don't include "The Odd Couple." ALAN SEALES: Right. Yes. Well, were they? Yes, they specifically said. So that brought a lot of awareness and a lot of, I guess, education to the gay community, or focus on it, which made people more comfortable and whatnot. So do you think that playing Dr. David Pierce on "Perception" is going to do the same thing for mental illness or bring that to light? ERIC MCCORMACK: I mean, it would be great if that was the case. I mean, certainly with "Will and Grace," we never-- I mean, it was a sitcom, and it was an outrageous one, at times. So we didn't pat ourselves on the back ever, with hey, look what we're doing. Time took that and last year, the Vice President said, on "Meet the Press," that-- out of the blue, because they were talking about gay marriage, and he said he thought that "Will and Grace" had done more to educate the American public on them. And that took time. The show, we started in '98. So hopefully, with a show like this, there will be other shows, and mental illness-- we'd have to. I mean, the last few weeks of school shootings and everything else, I mean, every time, as soon as it happens, it's not the gun's fault-- it's mental illness. It's like, OK, guys, well, if that's the case, then what are we going to do? How are we going to increase the funding and increase the awareness and help these people before they get lost in the system? You know? So this show is not going to cure that overnight. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: But hopefully it's putting that idea into people's minds, that not everyone with the condition is dangerous and that the more educators that we have and the more education that we have, the better. ALAN SEALES: You know, it seems to me that it's easy-- I mean, just like anything else in the world-- I'm going to get on my political high horse for a second-- that it's very easy to just ignore things and pretend they're OK, and let somebody else deal with your problems. And then as soon as there's like a school shooting or something statistically relevant that says we need to pay attention, those people are like, I don't know what they're talking about. Right? So your character in "Perception"-- I think it speaks to that a lot. And you know, it might not, by itself, make a big difference, but it could-- it's like the very tip of the iceberg. ERIC MCCORMACK: What I do like is that every, I would say out of-- say we're doing 15 episodes this year. Probably out of 10 of those, there is someone who is either wrongly accused because of a mental illness or the mental illness is not something easily diagnosed. It's something that takes his expertise, over the course of the episode, to go, it's this. So in the end of an episode, an audience has learned that much more about a condition they would never otherwise have heard about-- ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: Much as people do with physical things on "ER" or "Grey's Anatomy." You walk away going, oh, I've never heard of that. But with this, it's like, well, guess what-- there really is something called Aphasia, where people can't recognize a face, or whatever it is. Interesting. And it also helps people to feel less alone because everybody's got something. I mean, like-- ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: A quarter of the country's technically depressed. You know? I mean, it's like everyone's got something that actually qualifies as-- ALAN SEALES: Or falls on the Asperger's syndrome somewhere. ERIC MCCORMACK: Mental illness. Yeah. Yeah, or in the spectrum. Yes. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: It's becoming more and more a part of the conversation in ways it never was 25 years ago. ALAN SEALES: So everything on the show-- is it actually real? All of these diagnoses and everything? So do you have a consultant that's with you in the writer's room or on set with you? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes, we do have David Eagleman, who wrote an incredible book called "Incognito-- The Secret Lives of the Brain," or "The Secret Life of the Brain." He is kind of what Pierce would be, I guess, if Pierce didn't have this condition because Eagleman's in his '40s, and he's kind of hip neuroscience professor and author. And his books are about the aspects of the brain that we don't think of, just cool stuff like-- I remember the first time, when I read it, the first fact that jumped out at me, that the brain cannot process what's coming at you, for instance, as fast as a fast ball comes at a pitcher. So the idea-- ALAN SEALES: Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: That a pitcher chooses to swing, or chooses not to swing, at a fast ball-- ALAN SEALES: The batter. ERIC MCCORMACK: --at the batter, is a fallacy. There wouldn't be enough time to choose. It's instinct. It's physical instinct that makes him go because the brain is slower than-- ALAN SEALES: That's why they get hit in the head when it's a stray pitch. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. That kind of thing. ALAN SEALES: Because they don't have enough time to react. ERIC MCCORMACK: Basically that. So to have a guy like that, we know the writers do their research. They come up with stuff. They write it. They write the lingo, the lectures, the diagnoses. And then he will go through every script and say, nah, that's not how he'd say it. ALAN SEALES: Well, how does that work? Did you go through and you're like, all right, let's do this disorder. All right, let's write about it. ERIC MCCORMACK: Kind of. I mean, once you realize, hey, they picked us up for another season, we need 15 disorders to film, you know, they start trying to find some. And we just did one where our most junior writer was like, you finally got a script, go. And she found something called mirror-touch synesthesia which is rare but exists as a condition where if you're feeling angry, it's like the ultimate empath, like what's her name from "Star Trek." It's total empathy. So I would feel your anger. And if you were feeling nauseous, I might throw up. And we did a whole episode not on that condition, but her condition leads us-- she's witness to a crime. Someone is stabbed in the neck, and she goes down because she feels the pain of the knife. ALAN SEALES: Oh, that's so weird. I mean, I want to [INAUDIBLE] on this for a second. But does she sense it? Does the person-- what is it? ERIC MCCORMACK: She feels it. ALAN SEALES: Like, the person senses-- ERIC MCCORMACK: She feels it. ALAN SEALES: So if you just come in to me, and you're acting all happy and everything, like, your pheromones-- you're letting off that you're the angriest person right now. But you're happy right now, and I would just get really angry because of it? ERIC MCCORMACK: You would take it on. ALAN SEALES: Wow. ERIC MCCORMACK: You would take it on. ALAN SEALES: There's so much of the brain that baffles me, like by paying attention to the five senses that we're just not paying attention to and we're not listening to. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly. Yeah. ALAN SEALES: That's really cool. I just totally got myself sidetracked on that. Sorry. Let's see. Yeah, OK. I talked about that. All right, so speaking of "Star Trek," LeVar Burton, right? ERIC MCCORMACK: LeVar Burton. ALAN SEALES: OK. Every time I look at him-- this is another side note, but I always think it's weird that he doesn't have the visor on, every time I see him without it. And I grew up watching "Reading Rainbow," right? ERIC MCCORMACK: Did you hear about the whole "Reading Rainbow" thing that just happened? ALAN SEALES: I invested in it. ERIC MCCORMACK: Oh, you did? ALAN SEALES: Yeah. The kickstarter, yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: That's quite amazing. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. Yeah. I thought it was great. ERIC MCCORMACK: His last day of shooting for this season was that first day. ALAN SEALES: Oh, really? [INAUDIBLE] ERIC MCCORMACK: He told me the day before. We're hoping to raise $1 million in 30 days. And by 6 o'clock on the first day, while we were shooting, they had $1 million. It was amazing. I don't know what they have now-- five or six, or something crazy. ALAN SEALES: Yeah, I invested in it a couple of days ago. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. So he owns the visor. ALAN SEALES: Does he really? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. Well I love LeVar. LeVar directed two episodes this year. ALAN SEALES: Have you worn the visor? ERIC MCCORMACK: We have so much-- that, I have not-- ALAN SEALES: Have you worn it? ERIC MCCORMACK: I think he might let me if I ask. But-- but-- no one owns his career like LeVar does. ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: The other day, he tweeted-- because I know him from "Roots" in like '77 when he played Kunta Kinte. And he literally tweeted the other day, hey Denver, Kunta's in town. Like, I can't even imagine saying, hey, boys, Will's here. But I think he's got a tattoo that says-- if you read it this way, it says "LeVar," but if you look at it this way, it says "Kunta." Amazing. ALAN SEALES: All right. I'm cool with that. ERIC MCCORMACK: He's an awesome guy. ALAN SEALES: So what made you reach out to him for the role? Like, why does he make sense? ERIC MCCORMACK: Ken Biller, who created the show, ran "Star Trek" for several years. ALAN SEALES: Well, there you go. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah, he was the show runner on that show for like four years, I think. So he was already pretty adept at coming up with some crazy shit, you know? ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: When you're in season six of "Star Trek," and you're just making up planets and races and language, it's a pretty good background for-- ALAN SEALES: That's pretty cool. So for season four of "Perception," you have to, like, have some character that thinks he's-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. Exactly right. ALAN SEALES: Knock on wood-- who thinks he's in a "Star Trek" episode. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. ALAN SEALES: That's my writer's contribution-- ERIC MCCORMACK: That's a good one. ALAN SEALES: For you. ERIC MCCORMACK: That's good. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: Wait, actually, I've got to say, we pretty much had that. And I'll tell you why. Beginning of last season, we set an entire episode at Comic Con. So there was a crime involved there. And I had to go. And I had to be at Comic Con, surrounded by Darth Vaders and Princess Leias. And I hallucinate one of the-- like a Comic Con fan in some sort of space gear. And he was supposed to be dressed as either something "Star Trek" or-- no, we had "Star Wars." He was supposed to be dressed as someone "Star Trek," and then we couldn't get the rights at the last minute or something. But I was supposed to he hallucinating Leonard Nimoy. And we almost had him playing himself. And then he backed out at the last minute. ALAN SEALES: Oh, no. ERIC MCCORMACK: So instead I hallucinated this man. ALAN SEALES: This person cosplaying Leonard Nimoy? ERIC MCCORMACK: What I want to pitch, next season-- I want to hallucinate someone that thinks I'm a hallucination. So just whenever I see him, I walk up, and he's like, leave me alone, leave me alone! And he's running from me. And I'm like, wait! ALAN SEALES: No, I'm real! I'm real! ERIC MCCORMACK: I'm real! I think that would be-- ALAN SEALES: What if your character is hallucinating a guy who thinks you're fake. ERIC MCCORMACK: That's what I'm saying. That's [INAUDIBLE]. Yeah. I'm hallucinating a guy-- ALAN SEALES: So every time you walk up to your hallucination-- ERIC MCCORMACK: That believes he's the real thing. ALAN SEALES: I would watch that. ERIC MCCORMACK: You see? ALAN SEALES: In fact, I am watching it. So the rest of the cast-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. ALAN SEALES: Is actually very, very good. So you've got, who? Rachael Leigh Cook. ERIC MCCORMACK: Rachael Leigh Cook who was in "She's All That" that I don't know if anybody [INAUDIBLE]-- I guess I was probably in my 30s, by the time that movie was made. So I didn't-- it wasn't a big one for me. But there are some, like, younger women on our set that work in different departments for whom "She's All That" was like this touchstone movie of coming of age. So they love-- and Rachel's awesome. ALAN SEALES: So the role has obviously, probably got-- what? The most screen time, second to your character, right? ERIC MCCORMACK: Mhm. ALAN SEALES: So it was obviously an important role to cast. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes. ALAN SEALES: Like, why her? ERIC MCCORMACK: She's the FBI agent. She's the one who has these cases that there is an element they can't solve, and if it seems to have a scientific or a neuroscientific element, she'll come to me, which happens-- ALAN SEALES: Every episode. ERIC MCCORMACK: Every week. ALAN SEALES: It seems like the only people she-- ERIC MCCORMACK: It's exactly right. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: And we were seeing a lot of, like, tall, beautiful, tough, you know, sort of almost typical kind of women they'd see on these kind of shows. ALAN SEALES: Like Jennifer Garner. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. And, like, really capable. And then in came Rachel, who's quite petite and gorgeous. But you don't immediately go, FBI agent. But it made me think of "The Silence of the Lambs," when Judy-- Jodie-- Judy F-- ALAN SEALES: Jodie Foster. ERIC MCCORMACK: Jodie Foster. Judy? When Jodie Foster was standing there-- I think was up there at the morgue or the funeral home-- and there's like five or six state troopers standing around her. And they're all, like, big guys. And she's this big. And they're all staring at her like, what are-- who are you? What are you going to do? And I remember just thinking how it illustrated how much of a mountain she had to climb. And that's kind of what we wanted. We wanted someone who was constantly trying to prove herself in a man's world and in this very sort of misogynist FBI, and that bringing me in helped-- that I wasn't, I mean, my characters hardly macho, so it's-- She came in with a kind of a sense of humor. She's has a very ironic delivery. She's a very funny, funny girl. And her audition just was-- it just sort of set the room on fire, originally. ALAN SEALES: So in your head, when you saw the character on paper first, did you have a different idea of what it would be before she started putting it out there in the real-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, the other thing was that she's supposed to have been a student of mine. And there's a little bit of that-- what I call the don't stand so close to me relationship which-- God, my references are ancient today. What the fuck. I don't what that is. Let me tell you an Al Jolson story. But so we needed somebody of a certain age. She needed to be kind of her early 30s, for me to have taught her. And she appeared to still be quite young which was great, too. So that sort of romantic, unrealized thing has been a thread throughout the show, too. So we need to find someone not only who would be an unlikely but fascinating FBI agent-- we needed someone that you kind of root for. I learned early on-- you know this term "shipping"? So you know. You're on the internet. But I didn't know it. So for those that don't know, it's mostly young women that watch shows like "Bones" or "The Mentalist" and root for these lead characters to get together. And they root for the relationship. So they start shipping these shows and tweeting them all of the time and creating blogs about them and fan fiction and everything. So I thought, I want this to happen right away. I am not wasting any time here. So as the show started-- the show premiered two years ago, and I was actually here in New York doing a show on Broadway. And I got Twitter at that point, for the first time. And I just started tweeting constantly, start shipping us, everybody, don't you want to us to sleep together? I know you haven't seen the show yet, but you're going to really want us to sleep together eventually, so tweet. And so it kind of started. And now that she's in the shower with Donnie, with Scott Wolf there, as we saw, there's a lot of-- ALAN SEALES: "Party of Five." ERIC MCCORMACK: "Party of Five." He's another awesome guy. There's a lot of shippers going, why is she with Donnie? I don't like her with him. ALAN SEALES: Hold it. What is it from "Twilight"? The club-- whatever in the club underground. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly right. ALAN SEALES: Club Long Hair and Club Shirtless, or-- I don't know who they are. I don't watch the show. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. ALAN SEALES: So if you guys have any questions for Eric, please use the mics over here. Because we've got a few minutes left, I want to hit on the Broadway that you just mentioned. So your past life, you've been a Broadway star. ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, the theater was definitely my start. I didn't even audition for television until I was almost 30. It was my 20s were spent in Canada at the Stratford festival, doing Shakespeare, and regional theaters across that country. And I did "The Music Man" here, years ago. And then this last one I did was just incredible. It was a revival of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man" with James Earl Jones and Angela Lansbury and John Larroquette and Candice Bergen and Michael McKean-- this incredibly big and wonderful cast. And I got to play a real asshole which was just awesome. It's a political piece. It's two guys running for the same party, though one seems very, very liberal-- it was the John Larroquette character-- and I got to be kind of the Republican asshole, which was so great. ALAN SEALES: Do you like playing the asshole versus the nice guy? ERIC MCCORMACK: I've actually been a villain in a lot of things. My first big television role was on a western-- "Lonesome Dove," the spin-off from the miniseries. And I got to play the sort of badass Civil War Confederate colonel. ALAN SEALES: That's fun. Yeah? AUDIENCE: Hey. Well, thanks for coming. I used to watch "Will and Grace" all of the time. And I remember one episode that you guys had, where you filmed it live. And you guys were hysterical laughing the whole time, which was very funny because-- ERIC MCCORMACK: I was not. Messing was dying to be Carol Burnett. So she was determined to fall apart. Yes. AUDIENCE: But I assume that, always, filming "Will and Grace" must been the funniest thing every day. So I was just curious how your experience filming a more serious show was, compared to some-- ERIC MCCORMACK: It's definitely two different muscles. I started in drama. I mean, I started in-- that was my-- comedy was this other thing that I thought, that must be fun. And when I finally got to LA and started auditioning for sitcoms, it was an entirely other world. We had a tremendous amount of fun, particularly because everything was shot in front of a live audience. We shot an episode in four hours in front of a studio audience who by second and third season had had their tickets for six months, you know? And so they were excited to be there. And I realized very early on that if you fuck up in the first scene, they love it. So I just, I'd start throwing F bombs around, and they were like, oh my God, [INAUDIBLE]--? So it was fantastic. So that's why, if you google "Will and Grace" outtakes, sometimes they're funnier than some of the episodes because we had a lot of fun. And we still have a lot of fun on this show but it is an entirely different-- it takes 14 hours to shoot it in a day, and it's not as funny a subject. ALAN SEALES: Right. AUDIENCE: Thank you. ALAN SEALES: So how did you get your start, though? So you started out doing theater in high school? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. I did a play in first grade. It kept going from there. It was always theatre. I didn't do, like, commercials or anything. I went to high school with Mike Myers on the south side of Toronto. ALAN SEALES: He's Canadian. Yeah. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah so we knew each other a little bit. But he was already in Canadian television when he was like nine, ten. And then he was doing commercials and episodes of things. But I was strictly just theatre at school and competitions-- you know, skit competitions and stuff. But 11th grade is when it sort of-- I did a production of "Godspell," and that was, you know. ALAN SEALES: Who were you in "Godspell"? ERIC MCCORMACK: Christ. As I affectionately call him, Christ. That changed everything because it's kind of a rock musical, compared to-- we had been doing "Annie Get Your Gun" and all of those old-fashioned things. And all of a sudden, to have my peers, who had never really accepted me-- I was not an athlete or anything-- suddenly, like, forced to watch one of the songs at an assembly, you know, and at the end of it, they jumped on their feet and cheered. It was like, OK, I can do this. This I can do for a living. ALAN SEALES: So you sing. ERIC MCCORMACK: I sing. ALAN SEALES: Yeah, of course, because you were in "Music Man" and everything, as well. Yes. So you just did a concert-- what was this? A year or two ago? ERIC MCCORMACK: I did a show that I had been sort of creating in my brain for 30 years. It was called "The Concert I Never Gave-- except for, like, 2000 times in my bedroom" because I did. I was that guy, at 16. When other people were doing things like dating and drinking, I was in my bedroom dressing up like Alice Cooper and Freddie Mercury and wishing that I could be a rock star. So I really wanted to be an actor. And I got to be. So that was no longer the fantasy. The fantasy, to this day, is still rock and roll. So I did this show where I sang. It was myself and my piano player who is a friend of mine. He's the keyboard player for The Who. So already, there's kind of a fantasy level there. He put together this band. And I sang-- it was mostly songs by popular artists but not. The songs themselves were like B-sides and, like, you know, the last song on side three of some album that-- but they were my favorites when I was 16. And I had stories behind them. And when Elton John did "Will and Grace," there was a story behind that. So I'd tell that story. Then I did this rare Elton John song. ALAN SEALES: Right. Right. I feel like doing a sitcom-- this kind of plays on her question a little bit-- doing a sitcom would be more enjoyable for you in that it is more theatresque. Right? Because you're in front of a live audience. You only do a couple takes. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. ALAN SEALES: I mean, in a theatre, you have no retakes. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly. And as you were pointing out, twice, we did actually live episodes, like, as America was watching them, we were doing them. And those were-- they didn't look as good because it was videotaped, but it was tremendous fun. ALAN SEALES: Right. Well, do you prefer that? Do you prefer the live aspect, versus [INAUDIBLE]? ERIC MCCORMACK: I really do. I mean, I'll always do back to the theatre because I do love that a lot. And a show like this takes it out of you because it's-- anyone that does an hour drama, I mean, it's non-stop. It's just-- ALAN SEALES: Do you do an episode a week? Is that a typical schedule? ERIC MCCORMACK: It's a seven day schedule. But, you know, we have weekends off. So yeah. But it's seven days. ALAN SEALES: So for how long? You film for three months? ERIC MCCORMACK: January to June. We're finished next week. ALAN SEALES: Oh, wow, because you're still filming the finale? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. I go back and shoot tomorrow. ALAN SEALES: Well, sorry. ERIC MCCORMACK: Now is the time when I'm happy. No, because we premiere tomorrow night, and it's so great to get the word out. As I was saying before, it's a smaller universe now, but you still-- it puts everything you have into something like this. And you just want people to see it, and you want to-- ALAN SEALES: Well, speaking of getting the word out, you have a Twitter account that you want to plug here? ERIC MCCORMACK: It's @EricMcCormack. And yes, please. I've got 70,000 loyal followers. And I want more. ALAN SEALES: Oh, we had a question jump up. Yeah? ERIC MCCORMACK: Hello. AUDIENCE: Hi. So I'm a really big TV fan. So I watch a lot of different shows. And "Will and Grace" is one of the earlier ones that I watched when I started, about six years ago, just watching all of the seasons that I could. And the Emmys have changed a lot since you and your show have been nominated and won and everything. And I was wondering what you think about the Emmys today and how television has kind of changed since you've kind of done sitcoms, versus now, doing a drama. ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, you know, Jim Parsons, from, I think "Big Bang Theory" is the closest thing to what we used to do that is on television now. And he's brilliant. And so when I see that kind of show win, I go, well, not that much has changed. But certainly, in terms of drama and what cable is doing, it's changed entirely. I mean, I think almost everything nominated this year was not from a network, you know? But I think that's OK. That old the way has to go. It benefited those of us that were on popular shows because we got a big number of people. It was less to choose from. But those days are gone. I mean, everyone in this generation, with Google and everything else, we can choose whatever we want. ALAN SEALES: On your cell phone? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah, on your cell phone. So the Emmys are, in and of themselves, going to become less representational of what's really out there. I think nowadays, if I were on a great cable show, doing great work, and still not nominated, I wouldn't take it all that personally. I mean, there's just too much good stuff to choose from. So I don't know. That could change. There's still only ever going to be five nominees. And they will not necessarily represent what everyone's watching. AUDIENCE: They actually recently said that they might consider doing a best show, which combines both the best series categories together, because there have been changes. What would you think about that? ERIC MCCORMACK: What do you mean best show? AUDIENCE: Instead of best comedy series, best drama, they would combine it into 10. How do you think that would-- ERIC MCCORMACK: I find that weird. AUDIENCE: It was a weird little theory that people had, out there. ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah. I find that strange. ALAN SEALES: Oh, is this the Emmy fan of [INAUDIBLE] rumors? ERIC MCCORMACK: Yeah, because I think comedy and a drama are very different animals. You know? You know what's very strange? It was the Golden Globes or something. "Will and Grace" has the record for the most Golden Globe nominations with no wins at all. It's true. Look it up. 25 nominations, and none of us ever won. And every year, we'd go get the same table. And Max, who created the show, every time somebody wouldn't win, he would grab his glass, and we'd all go, yeah! And we'd cheer. And so the cameras would always come to us like we'd won. But we hadn't. Some other guy was walking up and taking the thing. But I think it was at the Globes that the category for Supporting Actor is for everything. Best Supporting Actor on any television show-- drama, miniseries. So Sean always managed to get nominated [INAUDIBLE], but always with this pool of, like, opposite Vanessa Redgrave or something. It was just madness. So when you start to make it too small, the award starts to have less-- I mean, for me, it meant so much because the big show, for me, growing up, was "Get Smart" which was-- ALAN SEALES: Right. ERIC MCCORMACK: I didn't see it's original run, but I saw reruns in the '70s. And Don Adams won that award. You know? Actually, there's a famous story-- I don't know if it's apocryphal that on Emmy night, you know, the Emmys have the wings that are really sharp. And apparently, he and Don Rickles got so drunk that Don Adams fell asleep on his Emmy and punctured his throat and was bleeding all over his tux. I don't know if that's true. But I love that story. But just the fact that-- ALAN SEALES: You said it here, and now it's true. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly. Now it's back. ALAN SEALES: Now it's on the internet. ERIC MCCORMACK: But the fact that he won that award, and then 35 years later, I won that award. The fact that I shot "Will and Grace" on the same lot that Seinfeld shot on. And on our stage, Bob Newhart shot his show. I love that history. And the Emmys is part of that. Thanks for the question. ALAN SEALES: Great. So the show premieres tomorrow, June 17th-- ERIC MCCORMACK: Yes, it does. ALAN SEALES: On TNT which is channel 103, here in New York, at 10:00 PM. Website is tntdrama.com/series/perception. There's a Facebook page, /perceptionTNT. There's a Twitter handle, #perceptionTNT. ERIC MCCORMACK: Exactly right. ALAN SEALES: YouTube, /perceptionTNT. And there's even GetGlue? GetGlue.com /tv_show/perception. ERIC MCCORMACK: That was my laundry list. Sorry. ALAN SEALES: Oh, yeah. Yeah. Glue. GetGlue. ERIC MCCORMACK: Right. ALAN SEALES: Yes. And then you're Eric McCormick. ERIC MCCORMACK: I am. @EricMcCormack. ALAN SEALES: Yeah. @EricMcCormack. So thank you. ERIC MCCORMACK: Thank you, guys, for coming out. I really appreciate it. ALAN SEALES: All right.

Contents

Winners and nominations

Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing

1970s

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1970
(22nd)
[2]
Gunsmoke Norman Karlin, Richard E. Raderman CBS
The Immortal Alex Bamattre, Michael Colgan, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Joe Kavigan, Bill Lee, Josef E. Von Stroheim ABC
Land of the Giants Robert Cornett, Don Hall, William Howard, John Kline, Larry Meek, Frank R. White ABC
1971
(23rd)
[3]
Tribes Don Hall, Jack Jackson, Dick Jensen, Bob Weatherford ABC
Mannix Douglas H. Grindstaff, Seth D. Larsen, Billie Owens, Bill Rivol, Edward Sandlin, Josef Von Stroheim CBS
Mission: Impossible Don Crosby, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Joe Kavigan, Chuck Perry, Frank White
1972
(24th)
[4]
Duel Sam Caylor, Jerry Christian, Dale Johnston, Jack Kirschner, Ronald LaVine, Sidney Lubow, Richard Raderman, John Stacy, James Troutman ABC
Brian's Song George Emick, Wayne Fury, Ralph Hickey, Marvin I. Kosberg, Paul Laune, Monty Pearce, Harold Wooley ABC
The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau Charles L. Campbell, Colin Mouat, Roger A. Sword
1973
(25th)
[5]
The Red Pony Fred Brown, A. David Marshall, Ross Taylor NBC
Short Walk to Daylight Peter Berkos, Brian Courcier, Gordon Ecker, Walter Jenevein, Sidney Lubow, George E. Luckenbacher, James Nownes, John Singleton, John Stacy ABC
The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau Charles L. Campbell, Robert Cornett, Jerry R. Stanford, Roger A. Sword
1974
(26th)
[6]
Pueblo Bud Nolan ABC
Kojak Sam Caylor, Stanley Frazen, Jack Kirschner, Sid Lubow, Richard Raderman, John Singleton CBS
Police Story William Andrews, Ronald Ashcroft, Richard Burrow, Milton C. Burrow, Tony Garber, Al Kajita, Jack Milner, Jerry Rosenthal, Edward Sandlin NBC
1975
(27th)
[7]
QB VII "Part 1 & 2" William Andrews, Ronald Ashcroft, James Ballas, Richard Burrow, Milton C. Burrow, Tony Garber, Jeremy Hoenack, David Horton, Alvin Kajita, Marvin I. Kosberg, Jack Milner, Jerry Rosenthal, Edward Sandlin, Josef Von Stroheim ABC
The Legend of Lizzie Borden Don Higgins, Donald Isaacs, Larry Kaufman, Jack Kirschner, Dick Legrand, Gary Vaughan, Gene Wahrman, Frank White, Harold Wooley ABC

Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing for a Single Episode of a Regular or Limited Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1976
(28th)
[8]
Medical Story "The Quality of Mercy" William Andrews, Dick Friedman, Stan Gilbert, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Al Kajita, Marvin I. Kosberg, Hans Newman, Hank Salerno, Leon Selditz, Larry Singer NBC
Police Woman "Task Force" William Andrews, Dick Friedman, Stan Gilbert, Jeremy Hoenack, Bob Human, Al Kajita, Marvin I. Kosberg, Jack Milner, Hans Newman, Hank Salerno, Leon Selditz, Larry Singer, Luke Wolfram NBC
The Six Million Dollar Man "The Secret of Bigfoot" Jerry Christian, Dennis Diltz, Jack Jackson, Walter Jenevein, Dale Johnston, George E. Luckenbacher, Thomas M. Patchett, David A. Schonleber, John Singleton, Ken Sweet ABC

Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1977
(29th)
[9]
Roots "Part 2" Larry Carow, George Fredrick, Colin Mouat, Larry Neiman, Dave Pettijohn, Paul Bruce Richardson, Don Warner NBC
Charlie's Angels "The Mexican Connection" Michael Corrigan, Jerry Rosenthal, William L. Stevenson ABC
The Fantastic Journey Stanley M. Gilbert, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Don V. Isaacs, Al Kajita, Sid Lubow, Hans Newman, Richard Raderman, Hank Salerno, Larry Singer, Luke Wolfram NBC
The Six Million Dollar Man "The Return of Bigfoot, Part 1" James A. Bean, Carl J. Brandon, Gene Craig, Joe Divitale, Dale Johnston, Don Tomlinson, Don Weinman ABC
1978
(30th)
[10]
Police Story "River of Promises" Lee Chaney, Christopher Chulack, Don Crosby, Mark Dennis, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Don V. Isaacs, Al Kajita, Steve Olson, Richard Raderman, Hank Salerno, Larry Singer NBC
Baa Baa Black Sheep "The Hawk Flies on Sunday" Larry Carow, Pieter S. Hubbard, Chuck Moran, Colin Mouat, David Pettijohn, Don Warner NBC
Fantasy Island Dwayne Avery, Christopher Chulack, Richard Friedman, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Don V. Isaacs, Al Kajita, Hank Salerno, Larry Singer, Luke Wolfram ABC
Lou Grant "Nazi" Ron Clark, Tony Garber, Dale Johnston CBS
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Richard Raderman, William Stevenson ABC

Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1979
(31st)
[11]
Friendly Fire William H. Wistrom ABC
A Fire in the Sky Mark Dennis, Douglas H. Grindstaff, Bob Human, Don Isaacs, Larry Kaufman, Hank Salerno, Larry Singer NBC
Ike "Part 2" Leonard Corso, Linda Dove, Peter Harrison, Michael Redbourn, Russ Tinsley ABC
The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal Charles L. Campbell, Bob Canton, Pieter S. Hubbard, Charles E. Moran, Colin Mouat, Lawrence E. Neiman, David Pettijohn, Martin Varno, Gary Vaughan, Don Warner NBC

1980s

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1980
(32nd)
[12]
Power Don Crosby, Mark Dennis, Tony Garber, Doug Grindstaff, Don V. Isaacs, Hank Salerno, Larry Singer NBC
Amber Waves Tom Cornwell, Peter Harrison, Andrew Herbert, Michael L. Hilkene, Fred Judkins, Jill Taggart, Russ Tinsley ABC
Attica Tom Cornwell, Dave Elliott, Don Ernst, Dimitry Gortinsky, Peter Harrison, Andrew Herbert, Michael L. Hilkene, Fred Judkins, Jill Taggart, Russ Tinsley, Christopher T. Welch
The Plutonium Incident Don Crosby, Mark Dennis, Tony Garber, Doug Grindstaff, Don V. Isaacs, Hank Salerno, Larry Singer CBS
1981
(33rd)
[13]
Hill Street Blues "Hill Street Station" Robert Cornett, Samuel Horta, Denise Horta, Eileen Horta NBC
Evita Peron "Part 1" Tom Cornwell, Peter Harrison, Bill Manger, R. William A. Thiederman, Russ Tinsley, Christopher T. Welch, Bill Wistrom NBC
Shōgun "Part 3" Bill Andrews, Leonard Corso, Denis Dutton, Jack Finley, Bob Gutknecht, Sean Hanley, Pierre Jalbert, Jack Keath, Alan Nineberg, Lee Osborne, Stanley M. Paul, Tally Paulos
A Whale for the Killing Tom Cornwell, Jere Golding, Dimitry Gortinsky, Michael Hilkene, John Kline, Bill Manger, Bob Pearson, Russ Tinsley, Christopher T. Welch ABC
The Women's Room Albert Cavigga, Tom Cornwell, Linda Dove, Dave Elliott, Don Ernst, Dimitry Gortinsky, Peter Harrison, Michael Hilkene, Jerry Jacobson, Fred Judkins, John Kline, Corinne Sessarego, Russ Tinsley, Rusty Tinsley, Christopher T. Welch
1982
(34th)
[14]
Inside the Third Reich Peter Bond, Tom Cornwell, David R. Elliott, Tony Garber, Peter Harrison, Joseph Mayer, Charles W. McCann, Joseph Melody, R. William A. Thiederman, Russ Tinsley, Rusty Tinsley, William H. Wistrom ABC
The Capture of Grizzly Adams Tom Cornwell, David R. Elliott, Peter Harrison, Michael Hilkene, Fred Judkins, John Kline, Joseph Melody, R. William A. Thiederman, Russ Tinsley, William H. Wistrom NBC
Marco Polo Jeff Bushelman, Steve Bushelman, Barney Cabral, William De Nicholas, Jere Golding, Frank Howard, Bobbe Kurtz, Ian Macgregor-Scott, Lettie Odney, Bernard F. Pincus, Sam Shaw, Patrick Somerset, Frank Spencer, Dave Stone, Ascher Yates
Marian Rose White Tom Cornwell, David R. Elliott, Don Ernst, Michael Hilkene, Fred Judkins, John Kline, Joseph Melody, R. William A. Thiederman, Russ Tinsley, Rusty Tinsley CBS

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1983
(35th)
[15]
Hill Street Blues "Stan the Man" Sam Horta, Donald W. Ernst, Avram D. Gold, Eileen Horta, Constance A. Kazmer, Gary Krivacek NBC
Knight Rider "Knight of the Phoenix" Walt Jenevein, Barney Cabral, John Detra, Dennis Diltz, Sam Gemette, Robert Gravenor, Phil Haberman, Jerry Jacobson, Marvin I. Kosberg, Billy Mauch, Anthony Palk, Edward L. Sandlin, Kyle Wright, Sam F. Shaw, William Shenberg, Bruce Stambler, Andrew Torres NBC
M*A*S*H "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" Edward Rossi, William Hartman, David M. Ice, Godfrey Marks, Richard Sperber, Don Isaacs CBS
St. Elsewhere "Working" Sam Horta, Donald W. Ernst, Jerelyn J. Harding, Avram D. Gold, Constance A. Kazmer, Gary Krivacek NBC
Tales of the Gold Monkey "Honor Thy Brother" Sam F. Shaw, Barney Cabral, John Detra, Sam Gemette, Donlee Jorgensen, Mark Roberts, Eric Shrader, John Stacy, Bob Weatherford, Paul Wittenberg, William Shenberg ABC
1984
(36th)
[16]
Airwolf "Shadow of the Hawke" Sam F. Shaw, Michael H. Ford, Donlee Jorgensen, Mark Roberts, Breck Warwick, Bob Weatherford, Michael D. Wilhoit, Nicholas Vincent Korda, Gene L. Gillette CBS
Falcon Crest "Ashes to Ashes" Bill Wistrom, Mace Matiosian, Joanie Diener CBS
Hill Street Blues "Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow" Gary Krivacek, Timothy J. Borquez, Mark R. Crookston, Bill Dannevick, Stephen Janisz, Mary Ruth Smith, Jerelyn J. Harding, Don Sanders NBC
Ripley's Believe It or Not! "Hindenburg" David R. Elliott, Anthony Mazzei, Michael J. Mitchell, David A. Whittaker ABC
Simon & Simon "Betty Grable Flies Again" Kyle Wright, Bruce Bell, Golden Felton, Phil Haberman, Donlee Jorgensen, Ian MacGregor-Scott, Don Tomlinson, Sabato Fiorello, Dave Kahn CBS
1985
(37th)
[17]
Miami Vice "Brother's Keeper" Charles E. Moran, Bruce Bell, Victor B. Lackey, Ian MacGregor-Scott, Carl Mahakian, John Oettinger, Bernard F. Pincus, Warren Smith, Bruce Stambler, Michael D. Wilhoit, Kyle Wright, Paul Wittenberg, Jerry Cohen NBC
Airwolf "Firestorm" Michael D. Wilhoit, Gene Corso, Donlee Jorgensen, Gary Mundheim, Bob Newlan, Asher Yates, Barney Cabral, Gene L. Gillette CBS
Miami Vice "Smuggler's Blues" John A. Larsen, Scott Hecker, Harry B. Miller III, Robert R. Rutledge, Gary Vaughan, Jay Wilkinson, Norto Sepulveda, Jerry Cohen NBC
Murder, She Wrote "Funeral at Fifty-Mile" Anthony Magro, Anthony Milch, Linda Moss, Steve Shearsby, Billy Mauch, Laurie Higgins Tobias CBS
Ripley's Believe It or Not! "Accident Research" David R. Elliott, Doug Gray, James Wolvington, Robert Fisher, Michael J. Mitchell ABC
1986
(38th)
[18]
Amazing Stories "The Mission" Richard L. Anderson, Wayne Allwine, James Christopher, George Fredrick, John Stacy, Burton Weinstein, Lettie Odney, Denise Whiting, Kenneth Wannberg NBC
Airwolf "Eagles" Michael D. Wilhoit, Gene Corso, Michael H. Ford, Hector C. Gika, Donlee Jorgensen, Asher Yates, Ernesto Mas, Gene L. Gillette CBS
Hill Street Blues "Two Easy Pieces" Gary Krivacek, Timothy J. Borquez, Mark R. Crookston, Bill Dannevick, Stephen Janisz, Mary Ruth Smith, Jerelyn J. Harding, Don Sanders NBC
Misfits of Science "Deep Freeze" Kyle Wright, Bruce Bell, Barney Cabral, Phil Haberman, Mark Hollingsworth, Donlee Jorgensen, Jimmy Ling, Bernard F. Pincus, Vern Shaw, Bruce Stambler, Michael D. Wilhoit, Richard Marx, Laurie Higgins Tobias
St. Elsewhere "Time Heals, Part 1" Kevin Spears, Mark R. Crookston, Andrea Horta, Constance A. Kazmer, Brian F. Mars, John O. Robinson III, Dan Garde
1987
(39th)
[19]
Max Headroom "Blipverts" Doug Grindstaff, Richard Corwin, Clark Conrad, Brad Sherman, Richard Taylor, James Wolvington, Dick Bernstein ABC
The A-Team "Firing Line" Dick Wahrman, Gene Craig, Thomas McMullen, John Kaufman, Jack Woods, Roxanne Jones, Cliff Bell Jr., John Caper NBC
Hunter "The Castro Connection" Sam Gemette, Dave Kulczycki, Ed Osborne, John Post, Edward L. Sandlin, Gary Vaughan, Cliff Bell Jr., John Caper Jr.
L.A. Law "Pilot" Sam Horta, Petra Bach, Sam Black, Donald W. Ernst, Terence Thomas, Andrea Horta, Ron Horwitz, Constance A. Kazmer, Gary Krivacek, Russ Hill, Warner E. Leighton, Margaret Webb, Eileen Horta, John R. Harris
Stingray "Gemini" Larry Mann, Ray Alba, Allan Bromberg, John M. Colwell, Joe Divitale, Jim Siracusa, John Kline, Angelo Bruzzese, Michael Dittrick
1988
(40th)
[20]
Star Trek: The Next Generation "11001001" Bill Wistrom, Wilson Dyer, Mace Matiosian, James Wolvington, Gerry Sackman, Keith Bilderbeck Syndicated
Beauty and the Beast "No Way Down" Anthony Mazzei, Scott Martin Gershin, Bobby Mackston, Steve Dutkovich, Dave Weathers, David Hankins, Don Sanders CBS
Hunter "The Black Dahlia" Sam Gemette, Ray Alba, John M. Colwell, William Jacobs, Jim Siracusa, Craig Vandagriff, Cliff Bell Jr., Jeff Charbonneau NBC
J.J. Starbuck "Incident at Sam September" Dick Wahrman, Joe Divitale, John Kline, Allan Bromberg, Ed Osborne, Steve Olson, Cliff Bell Jr., John Caper Jr.
Wiseguy "Pilot" Gary Winter, William Jacobs, John M. Colwell, Ray Alba, Jim Siracusa, Michael O'Corrigan, William Hooper, Bill Young, Robert Gutknecht, Joe Divitale, John Kaufman, Thomas McMullen, John Kline, Cliff Bell Jr., John Caper Jr. CBS
1989
(41st)
[21]
Star Trek: The Next Generation "Q Who" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian, Wilson Dyer, Guy Tsujimoto, Gerry Sackman Syndicated
Beauty and the Beast "The Watcher" David Hankins, Bobby Mackston, Michael L. DePatie, Pat McCormick, Ralph Osborn, Richard Taylor, Bruce P. Michaels, Lori Slomka CBS
Hunter "City Under Siege, Part 3" Craig Vandagriff, Ray Alba, Cindy Marty, Ed Osborne, Steve Olson, Ian MacGregor-Scott, Jack Woods, Susan Mick NBC
MacGyver "Gold Rush" William H. Angarola, Miguel Rivera, Barbara Issak, Jon Johnson, Keith Bilderbeck, Art Ottinger, Steve Danforth ABC
Wiseguy "All or Nothing" Robert Gutknecht, John Kaufman, William Hooper, Bill Young, Edward L. Sandlin, Roxanne Jones, Paul Wittenberg, Jeff Charbonneau CBS

1990s

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
(42nd)
[22]
Star Trek: The Next Generation "Yesterday's Enterprise" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian, Wilson Dyer, Rick Freeman, Gerry Sackman Syndicated
MacGyver "The Lost Amadeus" William H. Angarola, Barbara Issak, Miguel Rivera, George Nemzer, Guy Tsujimoto, David Long, Steve Danforth ABC
Mission: Impossible "Golden Serpent" Mark Server, George R. Groves Jr., Ken Gladden, Joseph A. Johnston, Craig M. Otte, James D. Young
Twin Peaks "Episode 7" John A. Larsen, Matt Sawelson, John Haeny, Pat McCormick, Albert Edmund Lord III, Fred Cipriano, Bruce P. Michaels, Lori L. Eschler
Wiseguy "Heir to the Throne" Robert Gutknecht, Bill Young, William Hooper, Edward L. Sandlin, Richard LeGrand Jr., John Kaufman, Paul Wittenberg, Jeff Charbonneau CBS
1991
(43rd)
[23]
Star Trek: The Next Generation "The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian, Wilson Dyer, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Dan Yale, Gerry Sackman Syndicated
The Flash "The Trickster" Gonzo Cervantes, James Koford, Greg Stacy, Kerry Dean Williams, Warren Smith, Kenneth R. Burton, Mike Goodman, Thomas Milano CBS
Quantum Leap "Black on White on Fire" Paul B. Clay, Susan Kurtz, Greg Schorer, Carin Rogers, William Williams, Rick Bozeat, Ernesto Mas, Donald Woods NBC
Twin Peaks "Episode 25" Richard Taylor, Pat McCormick, Richard F.W. Davis, Thomas DeGorter, Albert Edmund Lord III, Lori L. Eschler ABC
1992
(44th)
[24]
Law & Order "Heaven" David Hankins, Frank A. Fuller Jr., Peter Bergren, David A. Cohen, Richard Thomas, Barbara Issak, James Hebenstreit, Albert Edmund Lord III, Barbara Schechter NBC
Civil Wars "Oceans White with Phone" Dave Weathers, Richard Taylor, Barbara Issak, Frank A. Fuller Jr., Pat McCormick, Gary Lewis, Albert Edmund Lord III, James Hebenstreit ABC
Northern Exposure "Three Amigos" William H. Angarola, Miguel Rivera, Brian Risner, Michael L. DePatie, Kimberly Lambert, Patty von Arx, Allan K. Rosen CBS
Quantum Leap "Hurricane" Greg Schorer, Bob Costanza, Rick Crampton, Mike Dickeson, Dan Luna, Gary Macheel, Mark Steele, Richard S. Steele, Ernesto Mas, Bruce Frazier NBC
Star Trek: The Next Generation "Power Play" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Wilson Dyer, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Dan Yale, Gerry Sackman Syndicated
1993
(45th)
[25]
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles "Somme, Early August 1916" Tom Bellfort, Larry Oatfield, Christopher Scarabosio, Michael Silvers, David Slusser, Tom Villano, Jamie Forester ABC
Northern Exposure "Kaddish for Uncle Manny" William H. Angarola, Michael L. DePatie, Joel Valentine, Mark Seagrave, Kimberly Lambert, Tony Cappelli, Allan K. Rosen, Patty von Arx CBS
Quantum Leap "The Leap Between the States" Greg Schorer, Gary Macheel, Rick Crampton, Dan Luna, Bob Costanza, Richard S. Steele, Ernesto Mas, Bruce Frazier NBC
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine "Emissary, Part 2" James Wolvington, Bill Wistrom, Ashley Harvey, Miguel Rivera, Jeff Gersh, Sean Callery, Steffan Falesitch, Stephen M. Rowe Syndicated
Star Trek: The Next Generation "Time's Arrow, Part 2" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Miguel Rivera, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Guy Tsujimoto, Jeff Gersh, Dan Yale, Gerry Sackman
The Untouchables "Pilot" Stephen Grubbs, Gary S. Gelfand, Craig M. Otte, Andre Caporaso, Eric A. Norris, Joey L. Carey, David Scharf, John Kincade, Todd Niesen, Burton Weinstein, Michael C. Gutierrez, Clark Conrad, Jay Keiser, Steve Danforth
1994
(46th)
[26]
Northern Exposure "Fish Story" William H. Angarola, Mark Seagrave, Kimberly Lambert, Tony Cappelli, Michael L. DePatie, Joel Valentine, Patty von Arx, Allan K. Rosen, Alicia Stevenson, Zane D. Bruce CBS
The Commish "Letter of the Law" Michael O'Corrigan, Steve Olson, Jim Yant, John M. Colwell, Craig Vandagriff, Archie Ronald Garrard, Barbara Schechter, Evelyn Dutton, Gail Steele ABC
NYPD Blue "NYPD Lou" Dave Weathers, Ron Evans, Ken Gladden, Dennis Gray, Linda Keim, Albert Edmund Lord III, Patty McGettigan, Nancy Parker, Alyson Dee Moore
Star Trek: The Next Generation "Genesis" Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Miguel Rivera, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Guy Tsujimoto, Jeff Gersh, Gerry Sackman, Jerry Trent, Audrey Trent Syndicated
Walker, Texas Ranger "In the Name of God" Michael O'Corrigan, Dick Wahrman, Steve Olson, Joe Divitale, Marty Wereski, Gail Steele, Evelyn Dutton CBS
1995
(47th)
[27]
ER "Love's Labor Lost" Walter Newman, John Voss Bonds Jr., Rick Camera, Steven M. Sax, John F. Reynolds, Catherine Flynn, Thomas A. Harris, Susan Mick, Casey J. Crabtree, James Bailey NBC
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman "Washita, Part 2" Lawrence E. Neiman, David M. Cowan, Gary Friedman, Paul J. Diller, John Chalfant CBS
Earth 2 "First Contact" Richard Taylor, David Hankins, Eric Erickson, James Hebenstreit, Barbara Issak, Peter Bergren, Mitch Gettleman, Joe Earle, John Haeny, Myron Nettinga, Brian Thomas Nist, Alyson Dee Moore, Patricia Nedd NBC
The Marshal "Hitwoman" Albert Ibbotson, Steffan Falesitch, Harry Cheney, Mark Larry, Rich Tavtigian, Michael W. Mitchell, Jean-Marie Mitchell, Steve Danforth, Timothy Pearson ABC
The X-Files "Duane Barry" Thierry J. Couturier, Maciek Malish, Christopher B. Reeves, Marty Stein, H. Jay Levine, Stuart Calderon, Michael Kimball, David F. Van Slyke, Susan Welsh, Chris Fradkin, Matthew West, Ira Leslie, Jeff Charbonneau, Debby Ruby-Winsberg, Kitty Malone, Yvonne Preble Fox
1996
(48th)
[28]
The X-Files "Nisei" Thierry J. Couturier, Maciek Malish, Christopher B. Reeves, Mike Goodman, Debby Ruby-Winsberg, Susan Welsh, Michael Kimball, Rick Hinson, Ira Leslie, Marty Stein, Jeff Charbonneau, Kitty Malone, Joseph T. Sabella, Jerry Jacobson, Greg Pusateri Fox
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman "Halloween III" Bob Redpath, David M. Cowan, John Chalfant, Amy Morrison, Ken Kobett, Kami Asgar, Brian Connell, Gary A. Hecker CBS
Law & Order "Hot Pursuit" Mark Server, Jeffrey Kaplan, Michael Gollom, Libby Pedersen NBC
Party of Five "The Wedding" Jeremy J. Gordon, Charlie Shepard, Amy Morrison, Harry Cheney, Rich Tavtigian, Don Sanders, Timothy Pearson Fox
Sliders "Invasion" Kyle Wright, Norval D. Crutcher III, Steve Burger, Lydian Tone, Michael Gollom, Laura Macias, Sharon Michaels, Fernand Bos
Strange Luck "The Liver Wild" Andrew Spencer Dawson, Stacey Nakasone, Rich Cusano, Richard Webb
1997
(49th)
[29]
The X-Files "Tempus Fugit" Thierry J. Couturier, Stuart Calderon, Ira Leslie, Maciek Malish, Debby Ruby-Winsberg, Chris Fradkin, H. Jay Levine, Christopher B. Reeves, Susan Welsh, Jeff Charbonneau, Gary Marullo, Michael Salvetta Fox
The Cape "Pilot" Richard Taylor, Kenneth L. Johnson, Linda Keim, Brian Thomas Nist, Barbara Issak, Eric Erickson, James Hebenstreit, Peter Bergren Syndicated
Chicago Hope "The Day of the Rope" Mark Cookson, Dave Weathers, Doug Kent, Kim Naves, David Beadle, Robert Moore, David Grecu, Jane Boegel, Tom Scurry, Daniel Tripoli CBS
Nash Bridges "Zodiac" Albert Ibbotson, Steffan Falesitch, David M. Cowan, Charlie Shepard, Jonathan Golodner, Carmine Rubino, Timothy Pearson, Matthew Dettmann, Dino A. Moriana
Profiler "Cruel and Unusual" Peter Austin, Michael Babcock, Linda Keim, Kenneth L. Johnson, Paul Longstaffe, Warren Smith, Kim Naves NBC
1998
(50th)
[30]
ER "Exodus" Walter Newman, Darren Wright, Rick Camera, Darleen Stoker, Catherine Flynn, Thomas A. Harris, Michael Dittrick, Casey J. Crabtree, James Bailey NBC
Millennium "Owls" Mark R. Crookston, Maciek Malish, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves, Ken Gladden, Debby Ruby-Winsberg, Donna Beltz, Michael Kimball, Susan Welsh, Jarmil Maupin, Jeff Charbonneau, Michael Salvetta, Gary Marullo Fox
Soldier of Fortune, Inc. "Last Chance" Matt Sawelson, Dennis Gray, Bradley C. Katona, Jason W. Jennings, Eric A. Norris, Myron Nettinga, Joe Earle, Ron Evans, Nancy Parker, Ginger Geary, Michael Baber Syndicated
The Visitor "Pilot" Cindy Rabideau, Mark Cleary, Rick Hinson, Raymond E. Spiess III, Ray Spiess, Robert Guastini, Anna MacKenzie, William H. Angarola, Jay B. Richardson, James Moriana, Michael Broomberg Fox
The X-Files "The Red and the Black" Thierry J. Couturier, Maciek Malish, H. Jay Levine, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves, Mike Goodman, Ira Leslie, Chris Fradkin, Rick Hinson, Michael Kimball, Jeff Charbonneau, Gary Marullo, Michael Salvetta
1999
(51st)
[31]
ER "The Storm, Part 2" Walter Newman, Darren Wright, Rick Camera, Darleen Stoker, Bruce M. Honda, Thomas A. Harris, Rick Hromadka, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, James Bailey NBC
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Lovers Walk" Cindy Rabideau, Robert Guastini, Mark Cleary, Mike Marchain, Anna MacKenzie, William H. Angarola, Rick Hinson, Ray Spiess, Fernand Bos, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella The WB
The Pretender "At the Hour of Our Death" Thomas DeGorter, David Melhase, James A. Williams, Warren Smith, Tiffany S. Griffith, Christopher Briles, Andrew Ellerd, Bradley C. Katona, Gary Krause, Mark Kamps, Patricia Nedd, Dominique Decaudain NBC
The Sopranos "I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano" Ray Spiess, William H. Angarola, Robert Guastini, Benjamin Beardwood, Anna MacKenzie, Mike Marchain, Rick Hinson, Bruce Swanson, Mark Cleary, Cindy Rabideau, Kathryn Dayak, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella HBO
The X-Files "Triangle" Thierry J. Couturier, Stuart Calderon, Mike Goodman, H. Jay Levine, Maciek Malish, George Nemzer, Cecilia Perna, Christopher B. Reeves, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves, Jeff Charbonneau, Gary Marullo, Michael Salvetta Fox

2000s

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
(52nd)
[32]
Third Watch "Welcome to Camelot" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Clayton Collins, Darleen Stoker, Karyn Foster, Darren Wright, Kenneth Young, Rick Camera, Rick Hromadka, Allan K. Rosen, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
ER "All in the Family" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, John F. Reynolds, Darren Wright, Rick Camera, Darleen Stoker, Virginia Cook-McGowan, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
The Others "Eyes" Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Guy Tsujimoto, Harry Cohen, Jivan Tahmizian, Diane Griffen, Zane D. Bruce, Michael Broomberg
Star Trek: Voyager "Equinox, Part 2" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Ashley Harvey, Dale Chaloukian, Jeff Gersh, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Gerry Sackman UPN
The X-Files "First Person Shooter" Thierry J. Couturier, Cecilia Perna, Debby Ruby-Winsberg, Donna Beltz, H. Jay Levine, Ken Gladden, Michael Kimball, Stuart Calderon, Susan Welsh, Jeff Charbonneau, Michael Salvetta, Sharon Michaels Fox
2001
(53rd)
[33]
ER "The Crossing" Walter Newman, Darren Wright, Rick Hromadka, David Werntz, Constance A. Kazmer, Lou Kleinman, Darleen Stoker, Thomas A. Harris, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "$35K O.B.O." Mace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Jivan Tahmizian, Ruth Adelman, Stan Jones, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella CBS
The Fugitive "Pilot" Michael E. Lawshe, Timothy A. Cleveland, Rick Camera, Otis Van Osten, David M. Horton, Bruce M. Honda, Jessica Goodwin, Eric Hertsguaard, Nancie Araki, Chris McGeary, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree
Star Trek: Voyager "Endgame, Part 2" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Ashley Harvey, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Dale Chaloukian, Gerry Sackman UPN
Third Watch "Honor" Walter Newman, John F. Reynolds, Rick Hromadka, Darren Wright, David Werntz, Marc Mailand, Darleen Stoker, Constance A. Kazmer, Lou Kleinman, Allan K. Rosen, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
2002
(54th)
[34]
Smallville "Pilot" Michael E. Lawshe, Timothy A. Cleveland, Paul J. Diller, Adam Johnston, Otis Van Osten, Andrew Somers, Karyn Foster, Jessica Goodwin, Karen Spangenberg, Chris McGeary, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree The WB
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Chasing the Bus" Mace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, Sheri Ozeki, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella CBS
ER "Partly Cloudy, Chance of Rain" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Darleen Stoker, Virginia Cook-McGowan, Darren Wright, Kenneth Young, Rick Hromadka, David Werntz, Karen Spangenberg, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
Star Trek: Enterprise "Broken Bow" Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Ashley Harvey, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Dale Chaloukian, Shaun Varney, Stephen M. Rowe, Hilda Hodges, Katherine Rose UPN
Third Watch "Falling" Walter Newman, John F. Reynolds, Darleen Stoker, Constance A. Kazmer, Scott A. Tinsley, David Werntz, Catherine Flynn, Allan K. Rosen, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
2003
(55th)
[35]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Fight Night" Mace Matiosian, David F. Van Slyke, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, Sheri Ozeki, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce CBS
Alias "Phase One" Thomas DeGorter, Christopher B. Reeves, Mark Allen, Jay Keiser, Stephen M. Davis, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce ABC
ER "Chaos Theory" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Darleen Stoker, Rick Hromadka, Darren Wright, Kenneth Young, David Werntz, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
Third Watch "The Price of Nobility" Walter Newman, John F. Reynolds, Catherine Flynn, Constance A. Kazmer, Rick Hromadka, Darren Wright, Kenneth Young, David Werntz, Karen Spangenberg, Nicholas Viterelli, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree
24 "10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Pembrooke Andrews, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro Fox
2004
(56th)
[36]
Deadwood "Deadwood" Larry Mann, Stephen Hunter Flick, Mark Larry, Benjamin L. Cook, Takako Ishikawa, Samuel C. Crutcher, Devin Joseph, Kevin Wahrman, Carmine Rubino, Micha Liberman, Amy Kane, Anita Cannella HBO
Alias "Resurrection" Thomas DeGorter, Christopher B. Reeves, Mark Allen, Stephen M. Davis, Patrick Cabral, Cynthia Merrill ABC
ER "Drive" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Darleen Stoker, Rick Hromadka, Darren Wright, Kenneth Young, Constance A. Kazmer, Karen Spangenberg, David Werntz, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
24 "12:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Pembrooke Andrews, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Paul Menichini, Todd Morrissey, Shawn Kennelly, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro Fox
The West Wing "An Khe" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Catherine Flynn, Rick Hromadka, Darren Wright, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves, Rick Hammel, David Werntz, John F. Reynolds, Troy Hardy, Michael Crabtree, Casey J. Crabtree NBC
2005
(57th)
[37]
24 "12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Pembrooke Andrews, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Shawn Kennelly, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro Fox
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Down the Drain" Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, David F. Van Slyke, Todd Niesen, Christine H. Luethje, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce CBS
CSI: Miami "Lost Son" Ann Hadsell, Ruth Adelman, Bradley C. Katona, Todd Niesen, Skye Lewin, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella
Lost "Pilot, Part 2" Thomas DeGorter, Christopher B. Reeves, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves, Trevor Jolly, Paul Menichini, Roland N. Thai, Marc Glassman, Maciek Malish, Troy Allen, Stephen M. Davis, Patrick Cabral, Cynthia Merrill ABC
Smallville "Commencement" Michael E. Lawshe, Stuart Calderon, Timothy A. Cleveland, Paul J. Diller, Adam Johnston, Eric Erickson, Karyn Foster, Jessica Goodwin, Marc Meyer, David Werntz, Chris McGeary, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree The WB
2006
(58th)
[38]
Smallville "Arrival" Michael E. Lawshe, Timothy A. Cleveland, Paul J. Diller, Stuart Calderon, Jason Oliver, Jessica Goodwin, David M. Cowan, Chris McGeary, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree The WB
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "A Bullet Runs Through It, Part 1" Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, David F. Van Slyke, Jivan Tahmizian, Mark Allen, Troy Hardy, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella CBS
ER "Two Ships" Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Darleen Stoker, Rick Hromadka, Darren Wright, Kenneth Young, Bruce M. Honda, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
Supernatural "Pilot" Michael E. Lawshe, Timothy A. Cleveland, Paul J. Diller, Marc Meyer, David Lynch, Jessica Goodwin, Karyn Foster, Chris McGeary, David Lee Fein, Jody Thomas The WB
24 "9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Pembrooke Andrews, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Shawn Kennelly, Rick Polanco, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro Fox
2007
(59th)
[39]
24 "10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Pembrooke Andrews, Shawn Kennelly, Rick Polanco, Vic Radulich, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro Fox
Battlestar Galactica "Exodus, Part 2" Jack Levy, Daniel Colman, Vince Balunas, Michael Baber, Doug Madick, Richard Partlow Syfy
CSI: Miami "No Man's Land" Tim Kimmel, Todd Niesen, Bradley C. Katona, Ruth Adelman, Skye Lewin, Zane D. Bruce, Joseph T. Sabella CBS
ER "Bloodline" Walter Newman, Bob Redpath, Darleen Stoker, Karyn Foster, Kenneth Young, Adam Johnston, Sharyn Gersh, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree NBC
Lost "A Tale of Two Cities" Thomas DeGorter, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray, Maciek Malish, Jay Keiser, Joseph Schultz, Geordy Sincavage, Alex Levy, Doug Reed, Cynthia Merrill ABC
Smallville "Zod" Michael E. Lawshe, Jeremy J. Gordon, Eric Hertsguaard, Timothy A. Cleveland, Eric Erickson, Marc Meyer, Paul J. Diller, Chris McGeary, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree The CW
2008
(60th)
[40]
Smallville "Bizarro" Michael E. Lawshe, Norval D. Crutcher III, Jessica Goodwin, Timothy A. Cleveland, Marc Meyer, Paul J. Diller, Al Gomez, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree, Chris McGeary The CW
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Cockroaches" Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, David F. Van Slyke, Chad J. Hughes, Joseph T. Sabella, Zane D. Bruce, Troy Hardy CBS
ER "The War Comes Home" Walter Newman, Bob Redpath, Darleen Stoker, Bruce M. Honda, Kenneth Young, Adam Johnston, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree, Sharyn Gersh NBC
Lost "The Shape of Things to Come" Thomas DeGorter, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray, Maciek Malish, Joseph Schultz, Geordy Sincavage, Jay Keiser, James Bailey, Cynthia Merrill, Alex Levy ABC
Supernatural "Jus in Bello" Michael E. Lawshe, Norval D. Crutcher III, Karyn Foster, Marc Meyer, Timothy A. Cleveland, Paul J. Diller, Al Gomez, Casey J. Crabtree, Michael Crabtree, Dino A. Moriana The CW
2009
(61st)
[41]
Battlestar Galactica "Daybreak, Part 2" Daniel Colman, Jack Levy, Vince Balunas, Sam C. Lewis, Michael Baber, Doug Madick, Richard Partlow Syfy
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Mascara" Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Jivan Tahmizian, David F. Van Slyke, Troy Hardy, Joseph T. Sabella, James Bailey CBS
Smallville "Bloodline" Michael E. Lawshe, Jessica Goodwin, Norval D. Crutcher III, Timothy A. Cleveland, Paul J. Diller, Marc Meyer, Jenny Leite, Chris McGeary, Michael Crabtree, Al Gomez The CW
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles "Mr. Ferguson is Ill Today" Jon Mete, Patrick J. Foley, Tim Farrell, David Werntz, Jerry Edemann, Michael Baber, Katherine Rose, Shelley Roden Fox
24 "10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Pembrooke Andrews, Daryl Fontenault, Melissa Kennelly, Shawn Kennelly, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro

2010s

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2010
(62nd)
[42]
24 "4:00 a.m. – 5:00 a.m." William Dotson, Cathie Speakman, Pembrooke Andrews, Jeffrey R. Whitcher, Shawn Kennelly, Daryl Fontenault, Melissa Kennelly, Jeff Charbonneau, Laura Macias, Vince Nicastro Fox
Breaking Bad "One Minute" Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jason Tregoe Newman, Gregg Barbanell, Dominique Decaudain AMC
Fringe "White Tulip" Paul Curtis, Rick Norman, Bruce Tanis, Paul Apelgren, Shelley Roden, Richard Partlow Fox
Lost "The End" Thomas DeGorter, Joseph Schultz, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray, Maciek Malish, Jay Keiser, Geordy Sincavage, Mark Allen, Bob Kellough, Christopher B. Reeves, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves, Alex Levy, Adam De Coster, James Bailey ABC
True Blood "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'" John Benson, Jason Krane, Christian Buenaventura, Stuart Martin, Bruno Coon, Zane D. Bruce, Jeff Gunn HBO
2011
(63rd)
[43]
Boardwalk Empire "Boardwalk Empire" Philip Stockton, Eugene Gearty, Fred Rosenberg, Marissa Littlefield, Steven Visscher, Jennifer L. Dunnington, Marko A. Costanzo HBO
CSI: NY "Life Sentence" Mark Relyea, Edmund J. Lachmann, David Barbee, Ruth Adelman, Kevin McCullough, Joshua Winget, Joseph T. Sabella, James Bailey CBS
Game of Thrones "A Golden Crown" Stefan Henrix, Tim Hands, Michelle McCormack, Steve Fanagan, Andy Kennedy, Jon Stevenson, Robin Whittaker, Caoimhe Doyle, Eoghan McDonnell HBO
Nikita "Pandora" George Haddad, Dale Chaloukian, Ruth Adelman, Chad J. Hughes, Ashley Revell, James Bailey, Joseph T. Sabella The CW
True Blood "Hitting the Ground" John Benson, Jason Krane, Christian Buenaventura, Steven Stuhr, Stuart Martin, Fred Judkins, Eduardo Ponsdomenech, Zane D. Bruce, Jeff Gunn HBO
The Walking Dead "Days Gone Bye" Walter Newman, Kenneth Young, Darleen Stoker, Jerry Edemann, Michael Baber, Hilda Hodges, David Lee Fein AMC
2012
(64th)
[44]
Game of Thrones "Blackwater" Peter Brown, Kira Roessler, Tim Hands, Paul Aulicino, Stephen P. Robinson, Vanessa Lapato, Brett Voss, James Moriana, Jeffrey Wilhoit, David Klotz HBO
Boardwalk Empire "Gimcrack & Bunkum" Fred Rosenberg, Jeffrey Stern, Ruy García, Annette Kudrak, Steven Visscher, Igor Nikolic, Reuben Simon, Roland Vajs, Marko A. Costanzo, George A. Lara HBO
Breaking Bad "Face Off" Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Jason Tregoe Newman, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jeffrey Cranford, Dominique Decaudain, Gregg Barbanell AMC
CSI: Miami "Blown Away" Tim Kimmel, Bradley C. Katona, Ruth Adelman, Todd Niesen, Skye Lewin, Joseph T. Sabella, James Bailey CBS
The Walking Dead "Beside the Dying Fire" Jerry Ross, Lou Thomas, Tim Farrell, Phil Barrie, David Lee Fein, Hilda Hodges AMC
2013
(65th)
[45]
Boardwalk Empire "The Milkmaid's Lot" Fred Rosenberg, Roland Vajs, Bill Orrico, Jeffrey Stern, Ruy García, Annette Kudrak, Steven Visscher, Marko A. Costanzo HBO
Breaking Bad "Dead Freight" Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Jane Boegel, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jason Tregoe Newman, Jeffrey Cranford, Gregg Barbanell, Dominique Decaudain AMC
Game of Thrones "And Now His Watch Is Ended" Tim Kimmel, Paula Fairfield, Tim Hands, Jed M. Dodge, Bradley C. Katona, David Klotz, Brett Voss, Jeffrey Wilhoit, James Moriana HBO
Nikita "Aftermath" George Haddad, Ruth Adelman, Chad J. Hughes, Steve Papagiannis, Dale Chaloukian, Ashley Revell, James Bailey, Joseph T. Sabella The CW
Vikings "Trial" Jane Tattersall, Steve Medeiros, David McCallum, Brent Pickett, Dale Sheldrake, Yuri Gorbachow, Goro Koyama, Andy Malcolm History
2014
(66th)
[46]
Black Sails "I." Benjamin L. Cook, Iain Eyre, Susan Cahill, Jeffrey A. Pitts, Tim Tuchrello, Brett Voss, Michael Baber, Jeffrey Wilhoit, James Moriana Starz
Boardwalk Empire "White Horse Pike" Fred Rosenberg, Roland Vajs, Bill Orrico, Annette Kudrack, Ruy Garcia, Jeffrey Stern, Steve Visscher, Mark Costanzo HBO
Breaking Bad "Felina" Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Jason Tregoe Newman, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jeffrey Cranford, Tim Boggs, Gregg Barbanell, Dominique Decaudain AMC
Game of Thrones "The Watchers on the Wall" Tim Kimmel, Jed M. Dodge, Tim Hands, Paula Fairfield, David Klotz, Bradley C. Katona, Brett Voss, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit HBO
The Walking Dead "Too Far Gone" Jerry Ross, Michael Baber, Tim Farrell, Lou Thomas, Clayton Weber, Joseph Tsai, Hilda Hodges, Jody Thomas, Catherine Harper AMC
2015
(67th)
[47]
Game of Thrones "Hardhome" Tim Kimmel, Paula Fairfield, Bradley C. Katona, Paul Bercovitch, Tim Hands, David Klotz, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit HBO
Black Sails "XVIII." Benjamin L. Cook, Stefan Henrix, Susan Cahill, Jeffrey A. Pitts, Brett Voss, Michael Baber, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit Starz
Boardwalk Empire "The Good Listener" Fred Rosenberg, Bill Orrico, Roland Vajs, Ruy García, Jeffrey Stern, Annette Kudrak, Steven Visscher, Marko A. Costanzo HBO
Gotham "All Happy Families Are Alike" George Haddad, Dale Chaloukian, Chad J. Hughes, Ashley Revell, Joseph T. Sabella Fox
Marvel's Daredevil "Speak of the Devil" Lauren Stephens, Jordan Wilby, Joshua Chase, Christian Buenaventura, Greg Vines, Alicia Stevenson, Dawn Lunsford Netflix
The Walking Dead "Conquer" Jerry Ross, Tim Farrell, Lou Thomas, Michael Baber, Joseph Tsai, Clayton Weber, Catherine Harper, Gregg Barbanell AMC
2016
(68th)
[48]
Black Sails "XX." Benjamin L. Cook, Susan Cahill, Stefan Henrix, Jeffrey A. Pitts, Tim Tuchrello, Brett Voss, Michael Baber, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit Starz
Game of Thrones "The Door" Tim Kimmel, Tim Hands, Paul Bercovitch, Paula Fairfield, Bradley C. Katona, Michael Wabro, David Klotz, Brett Voss, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit HBO
Gotham "Azrael" George Haddad, Julius Altus, Chad J. Hughes, Dale Chaloukian, Ashley Revell, Joseph T. Sabella, Joan Rowe Fox
Marvel's Daredevil "New York's Finest" Lauren Stephens, Jordan Wilby, Jonathan Golodner, Christian Buenaventura, Greg Vines, Zane Bruce, Lindsay Pepper Netflix
Vikings "The Last Ship" Jane Tattersall, David McCallum, Dale Sheldrake, Steve Medeiros, Brennan Mercer, Yuri Gorbachow, Andy Malcolm, Goro Koyama History
2017
(69th)
[49]
Stranger Things "Chapter Eight: The Upside Down" Bradley North, Craig Henighan, Jordan Wilby, Jonathan Golodner, Tiffany S. Griffth, Sam Munoz, David Klotz, Noel Vought, Ginger Geary Netflix
Black Sails "XXXVII." Benjamin Cook, Stefan Henrix, Mike Szakmeister, Shaugnessy Hare, Tim Tuchrello, Brett Voss, Michael Baber, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit Starz
Gotham "Destiny Calling" George Haddad, Chad J. Hughes, Dale Chaloukian, David Barbee, Julie Altus, Ashley Revell, Joey Sabella, Joanie Rowe Fox
Homeland "America First" Craig A. Dellinger, Ryne Gierke, Eric Raber, Shawn Kennelly, Jeff Charbonneau, Melissa Kennelly, Vince Nicastro Showtime
Westworld "The Bicameral Mind" Thomas E. deGorter, Matthew Sawelson, Brian Armstrong, Fred Paragano, Mark Allen, Marc Glassman, Sebastian Visconti, Geordy Sincavage, Michael Head, Christopher Kaller, Rick Owens, Tara Blume Norton HBO
2018
(70th)
[50]
Stranger Things "Chapter Eight: The Mind Flayer" Bradley North, Craig Henighan, Tiffany S. Griffth, Jordan Wilby, David Werntz, Antony Zeller, David Klotz, Zane Bruce, Lindsay Pepper Netflix
Game of Thrones "The Spoils of War" Tim Kimmel, Paula Fairfield, Tim Hands, Paul Bercovitch, Bradley C. Katona, John Matter, Brett Voss, David Klotz, Jeffrey Wilhoit, Dylan T. Wilhoit HBO
Homeland "All In" Craig A. Dellinger, Eric Raber, Ian Shedd, Ryne Gierke, Shawn Kennelly, Jeff Charbonneau, Melissa Kennelly, Vince Nicastro Showtime
Star Trek: Discovery "What's Past Is Prologue" Jon Mete, Tim Farrell, Chris Assells, Matt Taylor, T. Ashley Harvey, Angelo Palazzo, Peter D. Lago, Chris Scarabosio, Matt Decker, Trevor Sperry, Ale Ulrich CBS All Access
Westworld "Akane No Mai" Thomas E. deGorter, Brett Hinton, Chris Kahwaty, Fred Paragano, Brian Armstrong, Mark Allen, Marc Glassman, Allegra De Souza, Christopher Kaller, Michael Head, Jordan McClain, Geordy Sincavage, Tara Blume, Matt Salib, Rick Owens HBO

Programs with multiple awards

Programs with multiple nominations

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