List of awards and nominations received by Breaking Bad

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List of awards and nominations received by Breaking Bad
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Bryan Cranston's portrayal of Walter White has earned him three consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.

Total number of wins and nominations
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List of awards and nominations received by Breaking Bad
Bryan Cranston 2010.jpg

Bryan Cranston's portrayal of Walter White has earned him three consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.

Total number of wins and nominations
101251
Footnotes

Breaking Bad is an American drama series that has aired on AMC since January 20, 2008. It has been nominated for a variety of different awards, including forty-two Primetime Emmy Awards (ten wins), twenty-seven Saturn Awards (twelve wins), twenty Writers Guild of America Awards (six wins), sixteen Television Critics Association Awards (four wins), fifteen Satellite Awards (eight wins), thirteen Critics' Choice Television Awards (six wins), eleven Screen Actors Guild Awards (three wins), seven Golden Globe Awards (two wins), four Directors Guild of America Awards (two wins), and four Producers Guild of America Awards (one win). Amongst the wins for the series are three Saturn Awards for Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series, three Satellite Awards for Best Television Series – Drama, and two Peabody Awards.[1]

Several different Breaking Bad actors have received acting award nominations. Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Anna Gunn are the only actors to win Primetime Emmy Awards, with Cranston winning three consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. "Face Off" is the most nominated single episode of the series, receiving nominations for seven different awards. "Pilot" received six nominations, winning four, including two Primetime Emmy Awards. "No Más" and "ABQ" are the tied third most nominated episodes, with three. Breaking Bad has been nominated for 251 awards and has won 101.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

In 2008, Breaking Bad was nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards and won two, including Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Bryan Cranston. The following year, the series was nominated for five Emmys, with Cranston again winning for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. In 2010, Breaking Bad was nominated for seven Emmys, with Aaron Paul becoming the second actor of the series to win a Primetime Emmy Award, picking up a trophy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, and Cranston again winning the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for the third consecutive time. In 2012, after a year hiatus, Breaking Bad was welcomed back to the Emmys and was nominated for thirteen awards, with Aaron Paul winning again for Outstanding Supporting Actor, making him one of five actors to win this award more than once. In 2013, the series was nominated for thirteen Emmys and won its first Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for the first half of the fifth season. In addition, Anna Gunn won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

YearCategoryNominee(s)Episode(s)Result
2008Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[2]Vince Gilligan"Pilot"Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[2]Bryan CranstonWon
2009Outstanding Drama Series[3]Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Stewart Lyons, Karen Moore"Grilled", "Peekaboo", "Better Call Saul", "4 Days Out", "Phoenix", "ABQ"Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[3]Bryan Cranston"Phoenix"Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[3]Aaron Paul"Peekaboo"Nominated
2010Outstanding Drama Series[4]Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Michelle MacLaren, Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Peter Gould, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, Stewart Lyons"No Más", "Sunset", "One Minute", "Fly", "Half Measures", "Full Measure"Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[4]Michelle MacLaren"One Minute"Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[4]Bryan Cranston"Full Measure"Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[4]Aaron Paul"Half Measures"Won
2012Outstanding Drama Series[5]Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Michelle MacLaren, Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Peter Gould, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, Moira Walley-Beckett, Bryan Cranston, Diane Mercer, Stewart Lyons"Box Cutter", "Salud", "Problem Dog", "Crawl Space", "End Times", "Face Off"Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[5]Vince Gilligan"Face Off"Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[5]Bryan Cranston"Crawl Space"Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[5]Aaron Paul"End Times"Won
Giancarlo Esposito"Hermanos"Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[5]Anna Gunn"Cornered"Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series[5]Mark Margolis"Face Off"Nominated
2013Outstanding Drama SeriesVince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Michelle MacLaren, Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Peter Gould, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, Moira Walley-Beckett, Bryan Cranston, Diane Mercer, Stewart Lyons"Hazard Pay", "Fifty-One", "Dead Freight", "Buyout", "Say My Name", "Gliding Over All"Won
Outstanding Directing in a Drama SeriesMichelle MacLaren"Gliding Over All"Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama SeriesGeorge Mastras"Dead Freight"Nominated
Thomas Schnauz"Say My Name"Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonNominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesJonathan BanksNominated
Aaron Paul"Buyout"Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesAnna Gunn"Fifty-One"Won

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2008Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour SeriesJohn Toll"Pilot"Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama SeriesLynne WillinghamWon
2009Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour SeriesMichael Slovis"ABQ"Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama SeriesLynne WillinghamWon
2010Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour SeriesMichael Slovis"No Más"Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama SeriesSkip MacDonaldNominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesNick Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jason Newman, Gregg Barbanell, and Dominique Decaudain-TabachNominated
2012Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera SeriesMichael Slovis"Face Off"Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama SeriesKelley Dixon"End Times"Nominated
Skip MacDonald"Face Off"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesNick Forshager, Jason Tregoe Newman, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, and Jeff CranfornNominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)Darryl L. Frank, Jeff Perkins, and Eric JustenNominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting RoleWilliam Powloski, Greg Nicotero, Bruce Branit, and Werner HahnleinNominated
2013Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera SeriesMichael Slovis"Gliding Over All"Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama SeriesKelley DixonWon
Skip MacDonald"Dead Freight"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesNick Forshager, Jason Tregoe Newman, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, and Jeff CranfornNominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)Darryl L. Frank, Jeff Perkins, and Eric JustenNominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

The Golden Globe Awards are awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to honor the best achievements in film and television. Breaking Bad has been nominated for a total of seven. The series has won two Golden Globes, which were for Bryan Cranston for Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama and Best Television Series – Drama in 2014.

Bryan Cranston has won one Golden Globe Award in 2014 after three previous nominations.
YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2011Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonNominated
2012Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonNominated
2013Best Television Series – DramaNominated
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonNominated
2014Best Television Series – DramaWon
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonWon
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television FilmAaron PaulNominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Anna Gunn was nominated for one Screen Actors Guild Award in 2014.

The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) honors its members annually with awards for outstanding acting in film and television.[6] Breaking Bad has been nominated for eleven awards, five of which were for Bryan Cranston for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, winning two of them in 2013 and 2014.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2010Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonNominated
2011Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonNominated
2012Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonNominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesNominated
2013Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonWon
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television SeriesNominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesNominated
2014Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonWon
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama SeriesAnna GunnNominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesWon
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television SeriesNominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

Aaron Paul has won one Satellite Award in 2014.

The Satellite Awards are awarded annually by the International Press Academy to the "best of the entertainment industry".[7] Breaking Bad has won eight awards from fifteen nominations, including Best Drama Series in 2009, 2010, and 2014.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2008Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonWon
2009Best Television Series – DramaWon
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonWon
2010Best Television Series – DramaWon
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television FilmAaron PaulNominated
2011Best Television Series – DramaNominated
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonNominated
2012Best Television Series – DramaNominated
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonNominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television FilmGiancarlo EspositoNominated
2014Best Television Series – DramaWon
Best Actor in a Television Series – DramaBryan CranstonWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television FilmAaron PaulWon
Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television FilmAnna GunnNominated

Saturn Awards[edit]

Jonathan Banks has won one Saturn Award in 2013.
Dean Norris was nominated for a Saturn Award in 2011.

The Saturn Awards are awarded annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films to honor the top works mainly in science fiction, fantasy, and horror in film, television, and home video. Breaking Bad has won twelve awards from twenty-seven nominations, including Best Supporting Actor on Television for Aaron Paul in 2010, 2012, and 2014, making him the only actor to win this award three times.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2009Best Television PresentationNominated
Best Actor on TelevisionBryan CranstonNominated
2010Best Syndicated/Cable Television SeriesWon
Best Actor on TelevisionBryan CranstonNominated
Best Actress on TelevisionAnna GunnNominated
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionAaron PaulWon
Best Guest Starring Role on TelevisionRaymond CruzNominated
2011Best Syndicated/Cable Television SeriesWon
Best Actor on TelevisionBryan CranstonNominated
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionDean NorrisNominated
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionAaron PaulNominated
Best Guest Starring Role on TelevisionGiancarlo EspositoNominated
2012Best Syndicated/Cable Television SeriesWon
Best Actor on TelevisionBryan CranstonWon
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionAaron PaulWon
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionGiancarlo EspositoNominated
Best Guest Performer on TelevisionSteven BauerNominated
Best Guest Performer on TelevisionMark MargolisNominated
2013Best Television PresentationWon
Best Actor on TelevisionBryan CranstonWon
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionJonathan BanksWon
Best Supporting Actress on TelevisionAnna GunnNominated
2014Best Television PresentationWon
Best Actor on TelevisionBryan CranstonNominated
Best Actress on TelevisionAnna GunnNominated
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionAaron PaulWon
Best Guest Starring Role on TelevisionRobert ForsterWon

Critics' Choice Television Awards[edit]

The Critics' Choice Television Awards are awarded annually by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) (US).[8] Breaking Bad has won six awards from thirteen nominations, including Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Giancarlo Esposito in 2012.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2012Best Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonWon
Best Drama SeriesNominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesGiancarlo EspositoWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesAaron PaulNominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesAnna GunnNominated
2013Best Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonWon
Best Drama SeriesWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesJonathan BanksNominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesAnna GunnNominated
2014Best Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonNominated
Best Drama SeriesWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesAaron PaulWon
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesAnna GunnNominated

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

The TCA Awards are awarded annually by the Television Critics Association for outstanding achievements in television. Breaking Bad has won four awards from sixteen nominations, including Individual Achievement in Drama for Bryan Cranston in 2009.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2008Outstanding New ProgramNominated
2009Individual Achievement in DramaBryan CranstonWon
Outstanding Achievement in DramaNominated
2010Individual Achievement in DramaBryan CranstonNominated
Individual Achievement in DramaAaron PaulNominated
Outstanding Achievement in DramaWon
Program of the YearNominated
2012Individual Achievement in DramaBryan CranstonNominated
Outstanding Achievement in DramaWon
Program of the YearNominated
2013Individual Achievement in DramaBryan CranstonNominated
Outstanding Achievement in DramaNominated
Program of the YearWon
2014Individual Achievement in DramaBryan CranstonPending
Outstanding Achievement in DramaPending
Program of the YearPending

Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Directors Guild of America Awards are awarded annually by the Directors Guild of America. Breaking Bad has been nominated for four awards for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series, winning in 2013 and 2014.

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2012Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic SeriesVince Gilligan"Face Off"Nominated
2013Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic SeriesRian Johnson"Fifty-One"Won
2014Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic SeriesBryan Cranston"Blood Money"Nominated
Vince Gilligan"Felina"Won

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Writers Guild of America presents annual awards for outstanding achievements in film, television, and radio. Breaking Bad has won six awards from twenty nominations, including Best Dramatic Series three consecutive times in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2009Best Episodic DramaVince Gilligan"Pilot"Won
Best Episodic DramaPatty Lin"Gray Matter"Nominated
Best New SeriesNominated
2010Best Dramatic SeriesNominated
Best Episodic DramaJohn Shiban"Phoenix"Nominated
2011Best Dramatic SeriesNominated
Best Episodic DramaGennifer Hutchison"I See You"Nominated
Best Episodic DramaGeorge Mastras"I.F.T."Nominated
2012Best Dramatic SeriesWon
Best Episodic DramaVince Gilligan"Box Cutter"Won
Best Episodic DramaThomas Schnauz and Moira Walley-Beckett"End Times"Nominated
2013Best Dramatic SeriesWon
Best Episodic DramaGennifer Hutchison"Buyout"Nominated
Best Episodic DramaGeorge Mastras"Dead Freight"Nominated
Best Episodic DramaSam Catlin"Fifty-One"Nominated
Best Episodic DramaThomas Schnauz"Say My Name"Nominated
2014Best Dramatic SeriesWon
Best Episodic DramaThomas Schnauz"Buried"Nominated
Best Episodic DramaGennifer Hutchison"Confessions"Won
Best Episodic DramaPeter Gould"Granite State"Nominated

American Cinema Editors Awards[edit]

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2009Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial TelevisionLynne Willingham"Pilot"Won
2010Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial TelevisionLynne Willingham"ABQ"Won
2011Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial TelevisionKelley Dixon"Sunset"Nominated
2012Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial TelevisionKelley Dixon"End Times"Nominated
Skip MacDonald"Face Off"Won
2013Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial TelevisionKelley Dixon"Gliding Over All"Nominated
Skip MacDonald"Dead Freight"Won
2014Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television[9]Kelley Dixon and Chris McCaleb"Granite State"Nominated
Skip MacDonald and Sharidan Williams-Sotelo"Buried"Nominated
Skip MacDonald"Ozymandias"Nominated
"Felina"Won

PRISM Awards[edit]

The PRISM Awards are awarded annually by the Entertainment Industries Council to honor artists for accurate portrayal of substance abuse, addiction, and mental health in entertainment programming.[10] Breaking Bad has won three awards from eleven nominations.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2009Best Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineWon
Best Performance in a Drama Multi-Episode StorylineBryan CranstonNominated
2010Best Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineWon
Best Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineAaron PaulNominated
Bryan CranstonNominated
2011Best Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineNominated
Best Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineAaron PaulWon
Bryan CranstonNominated
2013Best Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineNominated
Best Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode StorylineAaron PaulNominated
Bryan CranstonNominated

IGN Awards[edit]

YearCategoryNominee(s)WorkResult
2009[11]Best New SeriesNominated
Best ActorBryan CranstonWon
2010[12]Best Television SeriesWon
Best Drama SeriesWon
Best PerformanceBryan CranstonWon
2011Best Television SeriesWon
Best Drama SeriesNominated
Best ActorBryan CranstonNominated
Best Episode"Half Measures"Nominated
Best TV Series on Blu-raySeason 2Won
2012Best Television SeriesWon
Best Drama SeriesWon
Best Television ActorBryan CranstonWon
Best Television VillainGus FringWon
Best TwistLily of the ValleyNominated
Best Television Episode"Salud"Nominated
Best TV Series on Blu-raySeason 3Nominated
2013Best TV SeriesWon
Best TV Drama SeriesWon
Best TV ActorBryan CranstonNominated
Best TV Episode"Dead Freight"Nominated
2014[13]Best TV SeriesWon
Best Drama SeriesWon
Best ActorBryan CranstonWon
Best VillainTodd AlquistWon
Best Episode"Ozymandias"Won
Best DVD or Blu-rayThe Complete Series (Blu-ray)Won

Other awards[edit]

"Adventure and doom, courage and deceit, comedy and tragedy coalesce in Breaking Bad, a serial that ponders the changes that come over Walter White.... His dilemma, his determination to leave his family financially secure and his good nature make it easy to root for him despite his criminal activities—at least initially. But as he descends into drug-dealing and its consequences, the moral questions become more and more difficult for him—and the audience. Sun-bathed northern New Mexico provides a visual backdrop ideally suited to a story that somehow conjures hope from desolation. For its curious, contradiction-laden narrative, Breaking Bad receives a Peabody Award."

2008 Peabody Award[1]
YearAwardCategoryNominee(s)WorkResult
2014ADG Excellence in Production Design AwardOne-Hour Single Camera Television SeriesMark Freeborn"Felina"Nominated
2008AFI AwardsBest Television Program of the YearSeason 1Won
2010Best Television Program of the YearSeason 3Won
2011Best Television Program of the YearSeason 4Won
2012Best Television Program of the YearSeason 5Won
2013Best Television Program of the YearWon
2010Artios Awards[14]Outstanding Achievement in Casting: Television Series – DramaSharon Bialy and Sherry ThomasNominated
2012Outstanding Achievement in Casting: Television Series – DramaSharon Bialy and Sherry ThomasNominated
2014British Academy Television AwardsBest International ProgrammeVince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, George Mastras, Sam CatlinWon
Radio Times Audience AwardNominated
2012Cinema Audio Society AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series"Face Off"Nominated
2013Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour"Dead Freight"Nominated
2014Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour"Felina"Nominated
2014Costume Designers Guild AwardOutstanding Contemporary Television SeriesJennifer BryanNominated
2010Edgar Allan Poe AwardsBest Television Episode TeleplayGeorge Mastras"Grilled"Nominated
2011Best Television Episode TeleplayVince Gilligan"Full Measure"Nominated
"No Más"Nominated
2013Golden Nymph Awards[15][16]Best International Drama TV SeriesWon
Outstanding Actor in a Drama SeriesBryan CranstonWon
Outstanding Actress in a Drama SeriesAnna GunnNominated
2012Golden Reel AwardsBest Sound Editing in Television – Short Form: Sound Effects and Foley"Face Off"Nominated
2014Best Sound Editing in Television – Short Form: Sound Effects and FoleyNick Forshager"Felina"Won
Best Sound Editing in Television – Short Form: Dialogue & ADRNick Forshager and Kathryn Madsen"To'hajiilee"Nominated
2010Humanitas Prize[17]60 Minute CategoryJ. Roberts and Vince Gilligan"Peekaboo"Nominated
2014Kerrang! Awards[18]Best TV ShowNominated
2013Las Vegas Film Critics SocietyBest DVDThe Complete SeriesWon
2014Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards[19]Best Contemporary Make-Up – Episodic TelevisionTarra D. Day and Sheila TrujilloWon
Best Contemporary Hair Styling – Episodic TelevisionGeordie Sheffer and Carmen L. JonesNominated
2008Peabody AwardsArea of ExcellenceWon
2014Area of ExcellenceWon
2009PEN Center USA West Literary AwardsBest TeleplayGeorge Mastras"Crazy Handful of Nothin'"Won
2010Best TeleplayJohn Shiban"Phoenix"Nominated
Moira Walley-Beckett"Over"Nominated
2013People's Choice AwardsFavorite Series We Miss MostWon
Favorite TV Anti-HeroWalter WhiteNominated
2010Producers Guild of America AwardsTelevision Producer of the Year Award in Episodic DramaNominated
2011Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic DramaNominated
2013Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic DramaNominated
2014Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic DramaWon
2008Rooster Teeth Podcast AwardsBest TV ShowSeason 1Won
2009Best TV ShowSeason 2Won
2010Best TV ShowSeason 3Won
2011Best TV ShowSeason 4Won
2012Best TV ShowSeason 5Won
2013Best TV ShowWon
2012Visual Effects Society AwardOutstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program"Face Off"Nominated
2013Young Artist AwardBest Performance in a TV Series – Recurring Young Actor 17-21RJ MitteNominated

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