List of awards and nominations received by Game of Thrones

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Total number of wins and nominations
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List of awards won by Game of Thrones
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals59182
Ratio (%)2476
References

Game of Thrones is a high fantasy television series created for HBO by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. It is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin's series of fantasy novels. The series, mostly written by Benioff, Weiss and Martin, has been nominated for many awards including 2 Golden Globes, 2 Writers Guild of America awards, 10 Saturn Awards, and a Peabody Award. The series has received 42 Emmy Award nominations, including four consecutive Outstanding Drama Series nominations, with ten wins. Game of Thrones received many nominations, with awards recognizing various aspects of the series such as directing, writing, cast, visual effets, or overall quality.

Peter Dinklage is the most rewarded member of the cast, with recognitions such as an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, and a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in a Series. In addition, cast members Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and Diana Rigg received Emmy nominations for their performances in the series. The rest of the cast was also very praised, many receiving various awards nominations, including two Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series nominations rewarding all of the main cast for seasons 1 and 3.

Awards for Game of Thrones[edit]

Peter Dinklage in 2013. He is the series's most successful cast member, having won 4 awards and received 8 nominations.

2011[edit]

For its first season, the show received 13 Emmy nominations at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards and picked up two wins including Outstanding Main Title Design and Peter Dinklage's first Emmy nomination and win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama series for the episode "Baelor", the only cast nomination received.[1] His award was the show's only major win of the event.[2][3] The show was nominated for 2 Golden Globe awards including Best Drama Series and Best Supporting Actor, also taken by Dinklage.[4][5] The show picked up a total of 11 awards for the year and a further 27 nominations.

2012[edit]

At the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, the show's second season was nominated for 12 awards, the 13th most nominations of the year and 1 less than in 2011. However, it went on to triple its 2011 wins, taking 6 creative Emmys of the 9 for which it had been nominated, giving it the most wins of the event and beating out competition from shows with more nominations including American Horror Story (17 nominations) and Mad Men (16 nominations).[6][7] Overall, it tied Homeland for most Emmy wins.[8] Dinklage also received his second Best Supporting Actor Emmy nomination, again the only cast member to be nominated.[9] Dinklage also received a Satellite Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.[10] The show has received a total of 13 awards for the year and a further 18 nominations. On December 24, 2012, TorrentFreak reported that the show was the most illegally downloaded show of 2012, with 4.28 million downloads of a single episode; the figure was slightly higher than the shows estimated 4.2 million viewers, and most of the downloads occurred outside of the United States.[11]

2013[edit]

Emilia Clarke received her first Emmy nomination in 2013 for her performance as Daenerys Targaryen

At the 11th annual Visual Effects Society awards, the show won four awards, the most of the TV shows nominated.[12] In June, the show was placed at number 40 on the list of the 101 best written shows of all time by the Writers Guild of America, assessing series from the previous 70 years.[13] At the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, the show's third season was nominated for 16 awards, the 2nd most nominations of the year behind American Horror Story (17 nominations). Emilia Clarke received her first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama series for the episode "And Now His Watch Is Ended", alongside Dinklage's third Outstanding Actor nomination, and Diana Rigg's Outstanding Guest Actress nomination.[14][15][16] The show won two Creative Emmy awards, down from six the previous year.[17] HBO had attempted to submit the show for a third consecutive Writers Guild Award for Best Drama Series, but a technical error during the process meant it was not submitted and the fault was discovered too late for the show to be entered.[18] Game of Thrones received its third consecutive Satellite Award nomination for Best TV Genre show, and Clarke and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau received Supporting Actor nominations.[19] The show also made its third consecutive appearance on the American Film Institute list of the top 10 programs of the year.[20] On December 25, 2013, TorrentFreak reported that the show was the most illegally downloaded show of 2013, with 5.9 million downloads of the season finale.[21]

2014[edit]

Dinklage was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series in 2014, his first for the series, and eleventh individual award nomination for the show.[22] Game of Thrones was the most successful TV nominee at the Visual Effects Society awards for the second year in a row, winning three of its four nominations.[23] The Saturn Awards saw the show tie for most nominations with Breaking Bad and Falling Skies with five.[24] The show also won the International Program award at the year's Royal Television Society awards.[25] At the inaugural Location Managers Guild Awards took the most awards, two in total, and claimed the top TV award.[26]

For the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, Game of Thrones was nominated for 19 awards, the highest number of nominations that year, and an increase over the 16 nominations that it received in 2013. Actress Lena Headey received her first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Cersei Lannister, alongside Dinklage's fourth Outstanding Actor nomination. The episodes "The Lion and the Rose", "The Watchers on the Wall", and "The Children" were the most recognized of the show's fourth season, receiving three nominations each.[27][28][29] The show won four Creative Emmy awards, up from two the previous year, and the joint-fifth most wins of the event.[30]

List of awards[edit]

YearAwardCategoryRecipientResultRef.
2011AFI AwardsAFI TV AwardGame of ThronesWon[31]
Artios AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Pilot DramaNina GoldNominated[32]
Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series DramaNominated
Emmy AwardsOutstanding Casting for a Drama SeriesNina Gold and Robert SterneNominated[1][2]
Outstanding Costumes for a SeriesMichele Clapton and Rachael Webb-Crozier for "The Pointy End"Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Drama SeriesTim Van Patten for "Winter Is Coming"Nominated
Outstanding Drama SeriesVince Gerardis, Frank Doelger, Ralph Vicinanza, Mark Huffam, David Benioff, Carolyn Strauss, George R.R. Martin, Guymon Casady and D.B. WeissNominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera SeriesKevin Alexander and Candice Banks for "A Golden Crown"Nominated
Outstanding Main Title DesignAngus Wall, Hameed Shaukat, Kirk Shintani and Robert FengWon
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Paul Engelen and Melissa Lackersteen for "Winter is Coming"Nominated
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a SpecialPaul Engelen and Conor O'Sullivan for "A Golden Crown"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesRobin Quinn, Steve Fanagan, Eoghan McDonnell, Jon Stevenson, Tim Hands, Stefan Henrix, Caoimhe Doyle, Michelle McCormack and Andy Kennedy for "A Golden Crown"Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual EffectsRafael Morant, Adam McInnes, Graham Hills, Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor, Stuart Brisdon, Damien Macé, Henry Badgett and Angela Barson for "Fire and Blood"Nominated
Outstanding Stunt CoordinationPaul Jennings for "The Wolf and the Lion"Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesPeter DinklageWon
Outstanding Writing for a Drama SeriesDavid Benioff and D.B. Weiss for "Baelor"Nominated
Golden Globe AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmPeter DinklageWon[4][5]
Best Television Series – DramaGame of ThronesNominated
Peabody AwardGame of ThronesWon[33]
People's Choice AwardsFavorite Cable TV DramaGame of ThronesNominated
Satellite AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmPeter DinklageWon[34]
Best TV Genre SeriesGame of ThronesNominated
Scream AwardsBest EnsembleGame of ThronesNominated[35]
Best Fantasy ActorSean BeanNominated
Best Fantasy ActressLena HeadeyNominated
Best Supporting ActorPeter DinklageWon
Best TV ShowGame of ThronesWon
Breakout Performance – FemaleEmilia ClarkeWon
Most Memorable Mutilation"Head covered in molten gold" from "A Golden Crown"Nominated
The Ultimate ScreamGame of ThronesNominated
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by An Ensemble in a Drama SeriesAmrita Acharia, Mark Addy, Alfie Allen, Josef Altin, Sean Bean, Susan Brown, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Ron Donachie, Michelle Fairley, Jerome Flynn, Elyes Gabel, Aidan Gillen, Jack Gleeson, Iain Glen, Julian Glover, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Conleth Hill, Richard Madden, Jason Momoa, Rory McCann, Ian McElhinney, Luke McEwan, Roxanne McKee, Dar Salim, Mark Stanley, Donald Sumpter, Sophie Turner and Maisie WilliamsNominated[36]
Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television SeriesGame of ThronesWon
TCA AwardsIndividual Achievement in DramaPeter DinklageNominated[37]
[38]
Outstanding Achievement in DramaGame of ThronesNominated
Outstanding New ProgramGame of ThronesWon
Program of the YearGame of ThronesNominated
Writers Guild of America AwardsNew SeriesDavid Benioff, Bryan Cogman, Jane Espenson, George R.R. Martin, D.B. WeissNominated[39]
Television Drama SeriesDavid Benioff, Bryan Cogman, Jane Espenson, George R.R. Martin, D.B. WeissNominated
2012AFI AwardsAFI TV AwardGame of ThronesWon[40]
Artios AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series DramaNina GoldNominated[41]
Critics' Choice Television AwardBest Drama SeriesGame of ThronesNominated[42]
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesPeter DinklageNominated
Emmy AwardsOutstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera SeriesGemma Jackson, Frank Walsh, and Tina Jones for "Garden of Bones", "The Ghost of Harrenhal" and "A Man Without Honor"[Nb 1]Won[43]
[44]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama SeriesNina Gold and Robert SterneNominated
Outstanding Costumes for a SeriesMichele Clapton, Alexander Fordham, and Chloe Aubry for "The Prince of Winterfell"Won
Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive MediaHBONominated
Outstanding Drama SeriesDavid Benioff, D. B. Weiss, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss, George R. R. Martin, Vanessa Taylor, Alan Taylor, Guymon Casady, Vince Gerardis and Bernadette CaulfieldNominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera SeriesKevin Alexander, Candice Banks, Rosalia Culora, and Gary Machin for "The Old Gods and the New"Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Paul Engelen and Melissa Lackersteen for "The Old Gods and the New"Won
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a SpecialPaul Engelen, Conor O'Sullivan, and Rob Trenton for "Valar Morghulis"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesPeter Brown, Kira Roessler, Tim Hands, Paul Aulicino, Stephen P. Robinson, Vanessa Lapato, Brett Voss, James Moriana, Jeffrey Wilhoit, and David Klotz for "Blackwater"Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series (1 hour)Matthew Waters, Onnalee Blank, Ronan Hill, and Mervyn Moore for "Blackwater"Won
Outstanding Special Visual EffectsRainer Gombos, Juri Stanossek, Sven Martin, Steve Kullback, Jan Fiedler, Chris Stenner, Tobias Mannewitz, Thilo Ewers, and Adam Chazen for "Valar Morghulis"Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesPeter DinklageNominated
Golden Nymph awardsOutstanding International ProducerDavid Benioff, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss and D.B. WeissWon[45]
Golden Reel AwardsBest Sound Editing — Short Form Dialogue and ADR in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things"Won[46]
Best Sound Editing — Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Winter is Coming"Won
Hugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation, Long FormDavid Benioff, D. B. Weiss, Bryan Cogman, Jane Espenson, George R. R. Martin, Tim Van Patten, Brian Kirk, Daniel Minahan and Alan Taylor for Game of Thrones - Season 1Won[47]
Kerrang! AwardsBest TV ShowGame of ThronesWon[48]
Producers Guild Awards"The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama"David Benioff, Frank Doelger, Mark Huffam, Carolyn Strauss, D.B. WeissNominated[49]
Saturn AwardBest Television PresentationGame of ThronesNominated[50]
Best Actor on TelevisionSean BeanNominated
Best Actress on TelevisionLena HeadeyNominated
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionKit HaringtonNominated
Satellite AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmPeter DinklageNominated[10]
Best TV Drama SeriesGame of ThronesNominated
TCA AwardsProgram of the YearGame of ThronesWon[51]
[52]
Individual Achievement in DramaPeter DinklageNominated
Outstanding Achievement in DramaGame of ThronesNominated
2013ADG Excellence in Production Design AwardOne-Hour Single Camera Television SeriesGemma Jackson for "The Ghost of Harrenhal"Won[53]
AFI AwardsAFI TV AwardGame of ThronesWon[20]
Costume Designers Guild AwardsOutstanding Period/Fantasy Television SeriesGame of ThronesNominated[54]
Cinema Audio Society AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Television Series – One HourRonan Hill, Onnalee Blank, Mathew Waters, and Brett Voss for "Blackwater"Nominated[55]
Critics' Choice Television AwardBest Drama SeriesGame of ThronesWon[56]
[57]
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesNikolaj Coster-WaldauNominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesEmilia ClarkeNominated
Best Guest Performer in a Drama SeriesDiana RiggNominated
Emmy AwardsOutstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera SeriesGemma Jackson, Frank Walsh, and Tina Jones for "Valar Dohaeris"Nominated[16]
[58]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama SeriesNina Gold and Robert SterneNominated
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-camera SeriesRob McLachlan for "Mhysa"Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a SeriesMichele Clapton, Alexander Fordham, and Chloe Aubry for "Walk of Punishment"Nominated
Outstanding Drama SeriesGame of ThronesNominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama SeriesDiana Rigg for "And Now His Watch Is Ended"Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera SeriesKevin Alexander, Candice Banks, Rosalia Culora, and Gary Machin for "Second Sons"Nominated
Outstanding Interactive ProgramGame of Thrones Season Three Enhanced Digital ExperienceNominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Paul Engelen and Melissa Lackersteen for "Kissed By Fire"Won
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a SpecialPaul Engelen, Conor O'Sullivan, and Rob Trenton for "Valar Dohaeris"Nominated
Outstanding Single-camera Picture Editing For A Drama SeriesOral Ottey for "The Rains of Castamere"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a SeriesPeter Brown, Kira Roessler, Tim Hands, Paul Aulicino, Stephen P. Robinson, Vanessa Lapato, Brett Voss, James Moriana, Jeffrey Wilhoit, and David Klotz for "And Now His Watch Is Ended"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series (1 hour)Matthew Waters, Onnalee Blank, Ronan Hill, and Mervyn Moore for "And Now His Watch Is Ended"Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual EffectsDoug Campbell, Rainer Gombos, Juri Stanossek, Sven Martin, Steve Kullback, Jan Fiedler, Chris Stenner, Tobias Mannewitz, Thilo Ewers, and Adam Chazen for "Valar Dohaeris"Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesPeter DinklageNominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesEmilia ClarkeNominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama SeriesDavid Benioff and D.B. Weiss for "The Rains Of Castamere"Nominated
Golden Reel AwardsBest Sound Editing — Long Form Dialogue and ADR in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Valar Morghulis"Won[59]
[60]
Best Sound Editing — Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Valar Morghulis"Won
Best Sound Editing — Short Form Dialogue and ADR in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Blackwater"Nominated
Best Sound Editing — Short Form Music in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Blackwater"Nominated
Best Sound Editing — Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in TelevisionGame of Thrones for "Blackwater"Nominated
Hollywood Post Alliance AwardsOutstanding Color Grading – TelevisionJoe Finley for "Kissed by Fire"Nominated[61]
[62]
Outstanding Sound – TelevisionPaula Fairfield, Brad Katona, Jed Dodge, Onnalee Blank and Mathew Waters for "The Climb"Won
Outstanding Visual Effects – TelevisionJoe Bauer and Jabbar Raisani, Jörn Grosshans and Sven Martin, and Doug Campbell for "Valar Dohaeris"Won
Hugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation, Short FormNeil Marshall (director) and George R. R. Martin (writer) for "Blackwater"Won[63]
Irish Film & Television AwardsTelevision DramaGame of ThronesNominated[64]
Producers Guild Awards"The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama"David Benioff, Bernadette Caulfield, Frank Doelger, Carolyn Strauss, D.B. WeissNominated[65]
Satellite AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmNikolaj Coster-WaldauNominated[19]
[66]
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmEmilia ClarkeNominated
Best TV Genre SeriesGame of ThronesWon
Saturn AwardBest Television PresentationGame of ThronesNominated[67]
Screen Actors Guild AwardOutstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television SeriesRob Cooper, Jamie Edgell, Dave Fisher, Dave Forman, Paul Herbert, Michelle McKeown, Sian Miline, Jimmy O’Dee, Domonkos Pardanyi, Marcus Shakesheff, CC Smiff, and Mark SouthworthWon[68]
TCA AwardsOutstanding Achievement in DramaGame of ThronesWon[69]
[70]
Program of the YearGame of ThronesNominated
Visual Effects SocietyOutstanding Animated Character in a Commercial or Broadcast ProgramIrfan Celik, Florian Friedmann, Ingo Schachner, Chris Stenner for "Training the Dragons"Won[12]
Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast ProgramFalk Boje, Esther Engel, Alexey Kuchinsky, Klaus Wuchta for "White Walker Army"Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Commercial or Broadcast ProgramRene Borst, Thilo Ewers, Adam Figielski, Jonas Stuckenbrock for "Pyke"Won
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast ProgramRainer Gombos, Steve Kullback, Sven Martin, Juri Stanossek for "Valar Morghulis"Won
Writers Guild of America AwardsTelevision Drama SeriesDavid Benioff, Bryan Cogman, George R. R. Martin, Vanessa Taylor, D.B. WeissNominated[71]
Young Artist AwardBest Performance in a TV Series - Supporting Young ActorIsaac Hempstead-WrightNominated[72]
Best Performance in a TV Series - Supporting Young ActressSophie TurnerNominated
Best Performance in a TV Series - Supporting Young ActressMaisie WilliamsNominated
2014American Cinema EditorsBest Edited One-Hour Series For Non-Commercial TelevisionOral Norrie Ottey for "The Rains of Castamere"Nominated[73]
ADG Excellence in Production Design AwardOne-Hour Single Camera Television SeriesGemma Jackson for "Valar Dohaeris"Won[74]
[75]
American Society of CinematographersOne-Hour Episodic Television SeriesJonathan Freeman for "Valar Dohaeris"Won[76]
[77]
Anette Haellmigk "Kissed by Fire"Nominated
Cinema Audio Society AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Television Series – One HourRonan Hill, Onnalee Blank, Mathew Waters, and Brett Voss for "The Rains of Castamere"Won[78]
Critics' Choice Television AwardBest Drama SeriesGame of ThronesNominated[79]
Best Guest Performer in a Drama SeriesDiana RiggNominated
Directors Guild of America AwardDramatic SeriesDavid Nutter for "The Rains of Castamere"Nominated[80]
Emmy AwardsOutstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Fantasy SeriesDeborah Riley, Paul Ghirardani, and Rob Cameron for "The Laws of Gods and Men" and "The Mountain and the Viper"Won[28]
[29]
[30]
Outstanding Casting For A Drama SeriesNina Gold and Robert SterneNominated
Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera SeriesAnette Haellmigk for "The Lion and the Rose"Nominated
Jonathan Freeman for "Two Swords"Nominated
Outstanding Costumes For A SeriesMichele Clapton, Sheena Wichary, Alexander Fordham, and Nina Ayres for "The Lion and the Rose"Won
Outstanding Directing For A Drama SeriesNeil Marshall for "The Watchers on the Wall"Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series"The Lion and the Rose", "Breaker of Chains", First of His Name", "The Laws of Gods and Men", "The Watcher on the Wall", and "The Children"Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama SeriesDiana RiggNominated
Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera SeriesKevin Alexander, Candice Banks, Rosalia Culora, Gary Machin, and Nicola Mount for "The Lion and the Rose"Nominated
Outstanding Interactive ProgramGame of Thrones Premiere – Facebook Live and Instagram, by Sabrina Caluori, Paul Beddoe-Stephens, Jim Marsh, Michael McMorrow, Michael McMillianNominated
Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Jane Walker and Ann McEwan for "Oathkeeper"Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)Ramin Djawadi for "The Mountain and the Viper"Nominated
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A SeriesJane Walker and Barrie Gower for "The Children"Won
Outstanding Sound Editing For A SeriesTim Kimmel, Jed M. Dodge, Tim Hands, Paula Fairfield, David Klotz, Bradley C. Katona, Brett Voss, Jeffrey Wilhoit, and Dylan T. Wilhoit for "The Watchers on the Wall"Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Drama Series (One Hour)Ronan Hill, Richard Dyer, Onnalee Blank, and Mathew Waters for "The Watchers on the Wall"Nominated
Outstanding Special And Visual EffectsJoe Bauer, Joern Grosshans, Steve Kullback, Adam Chazen, Eric Carney, Sabrina Gerhardt, Matthew Rouleau, Thomas H. Schelesny, and Robert Simon for "The Children"Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama SeriesPeter DinklageNominated
Outstanding Stunt Coordination For A Drama SeriesPaul HerbertNominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama SeriesLena HeadeyNominated
Outstanding Writing For A Drama SeriesDavid Benioff & D.B. Weiss for "The Children"Nominated
Golden Reel AwardsBest Sound Editing — Short Form Dialogue and ADR in TelevisionJed Dodge and Tim Hands for "The Rains of Castamere"Won[81]
[82]
Best Sound Editing — Short Form MusicDavid Klotz for "The Rains of Castamere"Won
Best Sound Editing — Short Form Sound Effects and FoleyTim Kimmel for "The Rains of Castamere"Nominated
Hugo AwardsBest Dramatic Presentation, Short FormDavid Benioff, David Nutter, and D. B. Weiss for "The Rains of Castamere"Won[83]
Location Managers Guild AwardsOutstanding Location Television ProgramGame of ThronesWon[26]
Outstanding Achievement by a Location Professional – TV ProgramRobert BoakeWon
Producers Guild Awards"The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama"David Benioff, Bernadette Caulfield, Frank Doelger, Christopher Newman, Greg Spence, Carolyn Strauss, and D.B. WeissNominated[84]
Royal Television SocietyInternational ProgramGame of ThronesWon[25]
Saturn AwardBest Television PresentationGame of ThronesNominated[24]
Best Performance by a Young ActorJack GleesonNominated
Best Supporting Actor on TelevisionNikolaj Coster-WaldauNominated
Best Supporting Actress on TelevisionGwendoline ChristieNominated
Best Supporting Actress on TelevisionMichelle FairleyNominated
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesPeter DinklageNominated[22]
[85]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesAlfie Allen, John Bradley, Oona Chaplin, Gwendoline Christie, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Mackenzie Crook, Charles Dance, Joe Dempsie, Peter Dinklage, Natalie Dormer, Nathali Emmanuel, Michelle Fairley, Jack Gleeson, Iain Glen, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Kristofer Hivju, Paul Kaye, Sibel Kekilli, Rose Leslie, Richard Madden, Rory McCann, Michael McElhatton, Ian McElhinney, Philip McGinley, Hannah Murray, Iwan Rheon, Sophie Turner, Carice Van Houten, Maisie WilliamsNominated
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama SeriesRachelle Beinart, Richard Bradshaw, Ben Dimmock, Levan Doran, Jamie Edgell, Bradley Farmer, Jozsef Fodor, Dave Forman, Paul Herbert, Paul Howell, Daniel Naprous, Florian Robin, CC Smiff, Roy TaylorWon
TCA AwardsOutstanding Achievement in DramaGame of ThronesNominated[86]
Program of the YearGame of ThronesNominated
TV Choice AwardsBest International ShowGame of ThronesWon[87]
Visual Effects SocietyOutstanding Animated Character in a BroadcastPhilip Meyer, Ingo Schachner, Travis Nobles, Florian Friedmann for "Raising the Dragons"Nominated[88]
[23]
Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast ProgramKirk Brillon, Steve Gordon, Geoff Sayer, Winston Lee for "The Climb"Won
Outstanding Created Environment in a Broadcast ProgramPatrick Zentis, Mayur Patel, Nitin Singh, Tim Alexander for "The Climb"Won
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast ProgramSteve Kullback, Joe Bauer, Jörn Großhans, Sven Martin for "Valar Dohaeris"Won

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