Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Long Form Broadcast Media

The Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Long Form Broadcast Media is an annual award given by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. It honors sound editors whose work has warranted merit in the field of television; in this case, their work in the field of automated dialogue replacement, or ADR in long form broadcast media. The "long form" of the title refers to television episodes that have a runtime of more than one hour. It was first awarded in 2002, for episodes premiering the previous year, under the title Best Sound Editing in Television – Dialogue & ADR, Long Form. The term "long form" was added to the category in 2002, as long form television had been award under the category titled Best Sound Editing – Television Movies and Specials – Dialogue & ADR, or some moniker of it, since 1997. The award has been given with its current title since 2018.

Winners and nomineesEdit

1990sEdit

Television Movies of the Week, Pilots and Specials: ADR Editing

Year Program Nominees Network
1996
Rebound: The Legend of Earl "The Goat" Manigault Keith Burhans (dialog editor) HBO

Best Sound Editing – Television Movies of the Week – Dialogue & ADR

Year Program Nominees Network
1997
The Ripper Peter Austin (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Ron Evans (dialogue/adr editor); Dennis Gray, Barbara Issak, Gary Lewis, Ralph Osborn (dialogue editors); James Hebenstreit, Paul Longstaffe (adr editors); Tami Treadwell (adr recordist) Starz
Don King: Only in America HBO
Elvis Meets Nixon Showtime
Five Desperate Hours Ray Spiess (adr editor) NBC
The Hunchback TNT
Steel Chariots Fox
Vanishing Point
1998
A Soldier's Sweetheart Rick Hinson (supervising sound editor); William H. Angarola (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Robert Guastini, Jason Lezama, Anna MacKenzie, Ray Spiess (dialogue/adr editors); Tami Treadwell (adr recordist) Showtime
Always Outnumbered HBO
Escape: Human Cargo Showtime
The Fixer
Max Q Ray Spiess (adr editor) ABC
My Own Country Robert Jackson (supervising adr editor), Michael Hertlein (dialogue editor)
The Planet of Junior Brown Showtime
When Trumpets Fade HBO

Best Sound Editing – Television Movies and Specials – Dialogue & ADR

Year Program Nominees Network
1999
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge David Hankins, Doug Kent (supervising sound/adr/dialogue editors); David Beadle, Larry Goeb, Helen Luttrell (dialogue/adr editors); Erik Aadahl, Patrick Hogan (assistant adr editors); David MacMillan (production mixer); Larry Stensvold (re-recording mixer); Stacey Michaels (adr mixer) HBO
The Devil's Arithmetic William H. Angarola (supervising sound/adr editor); Rick Hinson (supervising sound editor); Anna MacKenzie (supervising dialogue editor); Robert Guastini, Mike Marchain, Warren Smith (editors); Tami Treadwell (adr recordist) Showtime
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years Albert Edmund Lord III (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Lee Lemont (supervising sound editor/adr editor); David M. Cowan, Devin Joseph, Kirsten Reed (dialogue editor); Denise Brady (adr editor) CBS
Lansky Stephen Grubbs (supervising sound/adr editor); Dennis Gray, Barbara Issak, Gary Lewis, Ralph Osborn, Warren Smith (dialogue editors); David Melhase, James A. Williams (adr editors) HBO
Purgatory Mark Friedgen (supervising sound/dialogue editor); G. Michael Graham (supervising sound editor); Suzanne Angel (supervising adr editor); Anton Holden, Mark Steele (dialogue editors); Michael Lyle, Tim Terusa (dialogue editors); William C. Carruth (adr editor) TNT
The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn Mark Linden (supervising sound/adr editor); Al Decker (supervising sound editor); David Bondelevitch (supervising dialogue editor); Michael Marion (dialogue editor); Jay Keiser, Tara A. Paul, Kerri Wilson (adr editors) CBS
Tuesdays with Morrie Bob Newlan (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); David Hankins (supervising sound editor); John Green, Sonya Henry (dialogue editors); Larry Goeb (adr editor) ABC
Witness Protection Peter Austin (supervising sound/adr editor); Dennis Gray, Paul Longstaffe (dialogue editors); David Melhase, James A. Williams (adr editors) HBO

2000sEdit

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2000
Noriega: God's Favorite William H. Angarola (supervising sound/adr editor); Anna MacKenzie (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Rick Hinson, Maciek Malish, Mike Marchain, Ray Spiess (sound editors); Barbara Issak (dialogue editor); Tami Treadwell (adr recordist) Showtime
Dark Angel "Pilot" Jerry Edemann (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Tiffany S. Griffith, Barbara Issak, David Melhase, Ray Spiess, Marty Stein (sound editors) Fox
The Darkling Kyle Wright (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor), Steve Burger (sound editor), Tom Jaeger (adr editor) USA
Frankie & Hazel Tony Gort (supervising sound/dialogue editor) Hallmark
The Huntress "Pilot" Kyle Wright (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Peter Myles, Stacey Nakasone, Robb Navrides (sound editors) USA
The Miracle Worker John Benson (supervising sound/adr editor), Sonya Henry (supervising dialogue editor), John Green (sound editor) ABC
The Ultimate Christmas Present Stephen Grubbs (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); John Green, Sonya Henry, Patrick Hogan (sound editors) Disney
The Virginian William H. Angarola (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor), Anna MacKenzie (sound editor) TNT
Witchblade Michael E. Lawshe (supervising sound/adr editor), Jennifer Mertens (supervising sound editor), Virginia Cook-McGowan (supervising dialogue editor), Jessica Goodwin (adr editor), Bruce M. Honda (dialogue editor)

Best Sound Editing in Television – Dialogue & ADR, Long Form

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2001
[1]
Uprising G. Michael Graham (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Devon Heffley Curry (supervising adr editor); Troy Allen, Anton Holden, Mark Steele, Tim Terusa, Randal S. Thomas, Scott A. Tinsley, Rusty Tinsley (sound editors); Bob Goold (adr editor) NBC
Attila Mark Friedgen, Joe Melody (supervising sound editors); Kristi Johns (supervising adr editor); Rick Crampton, Joy Ealy, David C. Eichhorn, Anton Holden, Michael Lyle, Mark Steele, Tim Terusa, Randal S. Thomas, Rusty Tinsley (sound editors) USA
Bojangles Doug Kent, Anthony Mazzei (supervising sound editors); Ian Morgan (supervising adr editor); David Beadle, Sonya Henry, Ralph Osborn (sound editors) HBO
Jane Doe Bernard Weiser (supervising sound editor); Lee Lemont (supervising adr editor); Frank A. Fuller Jr., Kevin Hamilton, Nancy Nugent, Lance Wiseman (sound editors) USA
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows Brandon Walker (supervising sound/dialogue/supervising adr editor); Janice Ierulli, Angie Pajek, Phong Tran (sound editors) ABC
The Lost Battalion David C. Eichhorn (supervising sound/dialogue editor); William C. Carruth (supervising adr editor); Rick Crampton, Joy Ealy, Michael Lyle, Tim Terusa, Rusty Tinsley (dialogue editors) A&E
Ruby's Bucket of Blood Doug Kent, Anthony Mazzei (supervising sound editors); Ian Morgan (supervising adr editor); Jane Boegel, John Green, Todd Niesen (sound editors) Showtime
They Call Me Sirr Brandon Walker (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Fred Brennan (supervising sound editor); Michele Cook (supervising adr editor); Sue Conley (sound editor)
The Wandering Soul Murders Jonas Kuhnemann (supervising dialogue editor), Danielle McBride (sound editor) Lifetime
When Billie Beat Bobby Brandon Walker (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Angie Pajek (supervising adr editor) ABC

Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form – Dialogue & ADR

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2002
[2][3]
Monk "Mr. Monk and the Candidate" Peter Austin (supervising sound/adr editor), David Melhase (dialogue/adr editor) USA
Convicted Mace Matiosian (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Mark Allen (supervising sound editor); Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor); Edmund J. Lachmann, Christopher B. Reeves (dialogue/adr editors) Showtime
Gleason Mark Linden (supervising sound/adr editor); David Bondelevitch (supervising dialogue editor); Al Decker, Bruce Greenspan, Michael Marion, Tara A. Paul, Carlos Ramirez (dialogue/adr editors) CBS
The Junction Boys G. Michael Graham (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Devon Heffley Curry (supervising adr editor); Rick Crampton, Anton Holden, Charlie Kolander, Michael Lyle, Scott A. Tinsley, Rusty Tinsley (dialogue/adr editors) ESPN
The Pennsylvania Miners' Story John Benson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Sonya Henry, Barbara Issak, Ralph Osborn (dialogue/adr editors) ABC
The Stork Derby Katherine Fitzgerald (supervising dialogue editor) Lifetime
Taken David B. Cohn (supervising sound editor); Eileen Horta (supervising adr/dialogue editor); Benjamin Beardwood, Patrick Hogan, Jason Lezama, Ralph Osborn (dialogue editors) Sci Fi
Too Young to Be a Dad Brandon Walker (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor) Lifetime
Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story Marvyn Dennis (supervising dialogue editor)
2003
[4][5]
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Zack Davis (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Geoffrey G. Rubay (supervising sound editor); Lou Kleinman, David Williams (dialogue/adr editors) HBO
Going for Broke Brandon Walker (supervising sound editor), Danielle McBride (dialogue/adr editor) Lifetime
Hitler: The Rise of Evil Mark Friedgen (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Suzanne Angel (supervising adr editor); Joy Ealy, Kristi Johns, Kathryn Madsen (dialogue/adr editors) CBS
Julius Caesar Mark Friedgen (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Suzanne Angel (supervising adr editor); Joy Ealy, Kristi Johns, Kathryn Madsen (dialogue/adr editors) TNT
The Music Man Mark Allen, Kelly Oxford (supervising sound editors); Craig S. Jaeger, Tim Kimmel (dialogue/adr editors) ABC
Salem Witch Trials David McCallum (supervising sound editor); Janice Ierulli (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Ronayne Higginson (dialogue editor); Fred Brennan, Barry Gilmore, Garrett Kerr, Angie Pajek (adr editors) CBS
Saving Jessica Lynch Robert Webber (supervising sound editor); Suzanne Angel (supervising adr editor); William C. Carruth, Rick Crampton, Devon Heffley Curry, Joy Ealy, Anton Holden, Kathryn Madsen, Tim Terusa, Randal S. Thomas, Rusty Tinsley (dialogue/adr editors) NBC
Twelve Mile Road Mark Friedgen (supervising sound editor); Devon Heffley Curry (supervising adr editor); Anton Holden, Charlie KolandeR, Mark Steele, Tim Terusa (dialogue/adr editorS) CBS
Unspeakable Jeremy Hoenack (supervising sound editor), Steven Erickson (supervising dialogue/adr editor)
2004
[6][7]
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Tim Hands (supervising sound editor), Victoria Brazier (supervising dialogue/adr editor), Zack Davis (dialogue editor/adr editor), Laura Lovejoy (dialogue editor), Anna MacKenzie (adr editor) HBO
Frankenstein Trevor Jolly (supervising sound/adr editor), Christopher B. Reeves (supervising dialogue editor), Debby Ruby-Winsberg (adr editor) USA
The Grid "Part One", "Part Two" Mark Friedgen (supervising sound editor); Devon Heffley Curry (supervising adr editor); William C. Carruth, Joy Ealy, Charlie Kolander, Mark Steele, Burton Weinstein (dialogue/adr editors) TNT
Spartacus "Part 2" Mark Friedgen (supervising sound editor); Joy Ealy (supervising dialogue editor); Kathryn Madsen (supervising adr editor); William C. Carruth, Rick Crampton, Anton Holden, Mark Steele, Tim Terusa, Randal S. Thomas (dialogue/adr editors) USA
The Winning Season Stephen Grubbs (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Joy Ealy (supervising adr editor); William C. Carruth, Rick Crampton, Anton Holden, Mark Steele, Tim Terusa, Charlie Kolander, Rusty Tinsley (dialogue editors) TNT

Best Sound Editing in Television: Long Form – Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2005
[8][9]
Lackawanna Blues Jon Mete (supervising sound editor); Michael Hertlein, Paul Longstaffe (sound editors) HBO
Category 7: The End of the World Joe Melody (supervising sound editor); Devon Heffley Curry (supervising adr editor); Mark Steele, Tim Terusa (dialogue editors); J. Michael Hooser, Burton Weinstein (adr editors) CBS
Into the West "Manifest Destiny" G. Michael Graham (supervising sound editor); Kristi Johns (supervising adr editor); William C. Carruth, Anton Holden, Charlie Kolander, Tim Terusa, Rusty Tinsley, Burton Weinstein (dialogue editors) TNT
Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical Glenn T. Morgan (supervising sound editor); Dave McMoyler, Margit Pfeiffer (sound editors) Showtime
Terry Jonas Kuhnemann (supervising sound editor), Joe Mancuso (dialogue editor), Richard Calistan (adr editor) CTV
2006
[10][11][12]
The Path to 9/11 G. Michael Graham (supervising sound editor); J. Michael Hooser (supervising adr editor); Devon Heffley Curry, Joy Ealy, Anton Holden, Adriane Marfiak, Mark Steele (dialogue/adr editors) ABC
Broken Trail Kevin Howard (supervising sound editor), Rob Hegedus (supervising dialogue editor), Richard Calistan (supervising adr editor) AMC
Eight Days to Live Alastair Gray (supervising sound editor), Richard Calistan (supervising adr editor) Lifetime
Fallen David C. Eichhorn (supervising sound editor), Vic Radulich (dialogue/adr editor) ABC Family
The Year Without a Santa Claus Gregory M. Gerlich (supervising sound editor); David M. Cowan (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Ginny Cook, Jeremy J. Gordon (dialogue editors) NBC

Best Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Long Form Television

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2007
[13]
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Stephen Hunter Flick, Avram D. Gold (supervising sound editors); Steffan Falesitch, Eric Hertsguaard, Patricio A. Libenson (dialogue editors) HBO
Big Shots "Pilot" Peter Austin (supervising sound editor); Vanessa Lapato (supervising dialogue editor); Mark Allen, Virginia Cook-McGowan, Eric Erickson, Karyn Foster, Hector C. Gika, Sonya Henry, Marc Meyer, Brian Risner, Beth Wiehe (dialogue/adr editors) ABC
Booky and the Secret Santa Janice Ierulli (supervising sound editor), Richard Calistan (supervising adr editor), Rob Hegedus (dialogue/adr editor) CTV
Lost "Through the Looking Glass" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor); Maciek Malish (supervising dialogue editor); Jay Keiser (supervising adr editor); Thomas A. Harris, Christopher B. Reeves, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves (dialogue/adr editors); Scott Weber (sound effects editor) ABC
Mitch Albom's For One More Day Scott Hecker, Miguel Rivera (supervising sound editors); Terry Garcia (assistant sound editor)

Best Sound Editing – Long Form Dialogue and ADR in Television

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2008
[14][15][16]
Generation Kill "Get Some" Stefan Henrix (supervising sound editor); Becki Ponting, Will Ralston (supervising adr editors); Iain Eyre (supervising dialogue editor) HBO
The Andromeda Strain "Part 1" G. Michael Graham (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Devon Heffley Curry (supervising adr editor); Anton Holden, Tim Terusa, Daniel Tripoli (sound editors) A&E
Fringe "Pilot" Bruce M. Honda (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Bob Redpath (supervising sound/adr editor); Christopher B. Reeves (dialogue editor); Virginia Cook-McGowan, David M. Cowan, Mitchell Gettleman, Thomas A. Harris (adr editors) Fox
The Good Witch Sue Conley (supervising adr editor) Hallmark
The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice Noah Blough (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor), Chris Winter (dialogue editor) TNT
2009
[17][18][19]
Battlestar Galactica "Daybreak, Part 2" Daniel Colman, Jack Levy (supervising sound editors); Vince Balunas (supervising dialogue/adr editor) Sci Fi
An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong Joe Dzuban (supervising sound editor, dialogue editor), Glenn T. Morgan (supervising sound editor), Justin Dzuban (dialogue editor) HBO
Damages "Trust Me" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Todd Niesen (supervising dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor) FX
House "Broken" Brad North (supervising sound/adr editor), Jackie Rodman (supervising dialogue editor) Fox
Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins Trip Brock (supervising sound editor), Brian S.M. Wroth (dialogue/adr editor), Bryon Speller (dialogue editor) Cartoon Network

2010sEdit

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2010
[20][21][22]
The Pacific "Basilone" Tom Bellfort (supervising sound editor); Daniel S. Irwin (supervising dialogue/adr editor); John C. Stuver (dialogue editor); Michael Hertlein, Michelle Pazer, David Williams (adr editors) HBO
Temple Grandin Bryan Bowen (supervising sound editor); Vanessa Lapato (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Petra Bach, Paul Curtis (dialogue editors) HBO
The Walking Dead "Days Gone Bye" Walter Newman, Kenneth Young (supervising sound editors); Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor); Lou Thomas (supervising adr editor); Bruce M. Honda (dialogue editor); Skip Schoolnik (adr editor) AMC
2011
[23][24]
Homeland "Marine One" Craig A. Dellinger (supervising sound editor); Jonathan Golodner (sound designer); Jeff Clark, Larry Goeb, Chato Hill, Devin Joseph (dialogue editors) Showtime
Big Love "When Men and Mountains Meet" Susan Cahill (supervising sound editor); Michael Hertlein, Jivan Tahmizian (dialogue editors) HBO
Cinema Verite Douglas Murray (supervising sound editor), Susan Dudeck (supervising adr editor), Kim Foscato (dialogue/adr editor)
Terra Nova "Occupation/Resistance" Christopher Harvengt (supervising sound editor), Frank Smathers (supervising dialogue/adr editor) Fox
The Walking Dead "What Lies Ahead" Jerry Ross (supervising sound editor); Lou Thomas (supervising dialogue editor); Steffan Falesitch, Karyn Foster (dialogue editors) AMC
2012
[25][26]
Game of Thrones "Valar Morghulis" Peter Brown (supervising sound editor), Vanessa Lapato (supervising dialogue editor), Kira Roessler (supervising adr editor), Tim Hands (sound editor) HBO
Coma David B. Cohn, Bernard Weiser (supervising sound editors); Jon Wakeham (sound editor) A&E
The Newsroom "We Just Decided To" Mark Relyea (supervising sound/adr editor), Robert Guastini (dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (adr editor) HBO
Steel Magnolias Robert Getty (supervising sound editor); Pembrooke Andrews, Chato Hill, Pembrooke Andrews (dialogue editors) Lifetime
Titanic "Episode 4" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Tony Currie (supervising adr editor), Sue Conley (sound editor) ABC
2013
[27][28]
The Bridge "Pilot" Mike Marchain (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Robert Guastini, Charlie Kolander, Paul Longstaffe (dialogue editors) FX
Bonnie & Clyde "Part 2" Robert L. Sephton (supervising sound editor); Pembrooke Andrews (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Robert Guastini, Matthew Thomas Hall (dialogue editors) A&E, History, Lifetime
Dancing on the Edge Ian Wilkinson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor) PBS
Mob City "Red Light", "His Banana Majesty" Matthew E. Taylor (supervising sound editor), Lou Thomas (supervising dialogue editor), Gregg Baxter (dialogue editor) TNT
Sons of Anarchy "The Mad King" Erich Gann (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Joy Ealy (supervising adr editor) FX
2014
[29][30]
Klondike "Part 1" Lee Walpole (supervising sound editor), Jason Lawrence (supervising dialogue editor), Iain Eyre (supervising adr editor) Discovery
Deliverance Creek Christopher S. Aud, Gregory M. Gerlich (supervising sound editors); Stephanie Brown (supervising dialogue/adr editor); David M. Cowan (supervising dialogue editor) Lifetime
Lizzie Borden Took an Ax Bernard Weiser (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor), Robert Getty (dialogue/adr editor)
Petals on the Wind Erich Gann (supervising sound/adr editor), Joe Melody (supervising sound editor)
The Normal Heart Gary Megregian (supervising sound editor), Jason Krane (dialogue/adr editor) HBO
2015
[31][32]
Bessie Damian Volpe (supervising sound editor); Tony Martinez (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Brian Bowles, Mary Ellen Porto (dialogue/adr editors) HBO
The Book of Negroes "Episode 1" David Rose (supervising sound editor); David McCallum (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Martin Gwynn Jones (supervising adr editor); Sue Conley, Brent Pickett (dialogue/adr editors) BET
Saints & Strangers "Part 1" Victor Ray Ennis, Kenneth L. Johnson (supervising sound editors); Brian Armstrong, David Grant (dialogue/adr editors); Scott Ferrara, Lauren E. Price (dialogue editors) NatGeo
Scream Queens "Pilot", "Hell Week" Gary Megregian (supervising sound editor); Jason Krane, Lance Wiseman (dialogue editors) Fox
Sons of Liberty "Independence" Louis Bertini (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Ruy García (supervising sound editor); Nicholas Renbeck, Alexa Zimmerman (dialogue/adr editors) History
Texas Rising "Vengeance is Mine" Tom Bjelic, John Laing (supervising sound editors); Petra Bach (supervising adr editor); Mark Dejczak, Dermain Finlayson, Mark Gingras, Dale Lennon, Jill Purdy (dialogue/adr editors)
Tut "Part One: Power" Michael J. Benavente (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Craig Mann (supervising sound editor), Chase Keehn (dialogue/adr editor) Spike
2016
[33][34]
The Night Of "The Beach" Nicholas Renbeck (supervising sound editor); Odin Benitez, Sara Stern, Luciano Vignola (dialogue editors); Marissa Littlefield (adr editor) HBO
Harley and the Davidsons "Race to the Top" Jamie Caple (supervising sound editor); Dan Green, Michael Wabro (dialogue editors); Tim Hands (adr editor) History
Roots "Part 2" Gary Megregian (supervising sound editor); Stuart Martin (supervising adr editor); Christian Buenaventura, Steven Stuhr (dialogue editors); Jason Krane (adr editor)
Sherlock "The Abominable Bride" Doug Sinclair (supervising sound editor, adr editor), Paul McFadden (dialogue editor) PBS
Westworld "The Bicameral Mind" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor); Matt Sawelson (supervising adr editor); Brian Armstrong, Fred Paragano (dialogue editos) HBO

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Long Form Broadcast Media

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2017
[35][36]
Black Mirror "USS Callister" Kenny Clark (supervising sound editor); Michael Maroussas, Matthew Skelding (dialogue editors) Netflix
The Deuce "Pilot" Will Ralston (supervising sound editor), Alexa Zimmerman (dialogue editor), Mary Ellen Porto (adr editor) HBO
Godless "Homecoming" Eric Hoehn, Wylie Stateman (supervising sound editors); Harry Cohen, Hector C. Gika, Sylvain Lasseur, Gregg Swiatlowski (dialogue editors); Leo Marcil, Jackie Zhou (adr editor) Netflix
The Long Road Home "Black Sunday, Part 1" G.W. Brown, Gregory King (supervising sound editors); Jeffrey Dyal (dialogue editor); James Matheny (adr editor) NatGeo
Ozark "The Toll" Stephen Grubbs (supervising sound/adr editor), Kurt Nicholas Forshager (supervising sound editor), Todd Niesen (dialogue editor) Netflix
2018
[37][38]
Westworld "The Riddle of the Sphinx" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor); Brett Hinton (supervising adr editor); Brian Armstrong, Fred Paragano (dialogue editors) HBO
Altered Carbon "Out of the Past" Brett Hinton (supervising sound editor), Brian Armstrong (dialogue editor) Netflix
Better Call Saul "Winner" Kurt Nicholas Forshager (supervising sound editor), Kathryn Madsen (supervising adr editor), Jane Boegel (dialogue editor) AMC
Bodyguard "Episode 2" Dan Johnson (dialogue editor), James Gregory (adr editor) Netflix
Daredevil "Blindsided" Lauren Stephens (supervising sound editor), Christian Buenaventura (supervising dialogue/adr editor), Lance Wiseman (dialogue editor) (dialogue editor)
The Handmaid's Tale "The Last Ceremony" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Krystin Hunter (adr editor) Hulu
House of Cards "Chapter 73" Jeremy Molod (supervising sound editor), Chris Gridley (dialogue editor) Netflix
Narcos: Mexico "Just Say No" Randle Akerson (supervising sound editor), Thomas Whiting (supervising adr editor), David Padilla (dialogue editor)
Ozark "The Gold Coast" Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Stephen Grubbs (supervising sound editors); Todd Niesen (dialogue editor)
2019
[39][40]
Chernobyl "Please Remain Calm" Stefan Henrix (supervising sound editor), Harry Barnes (supervising adr editor) HBO
The Crown "Aberfan" Lee Walpole (supervising sound editor), Tom Williams (dialogue editor), Steve Little (adr editor) Netflix
Game of Thrones "The Bells" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor); Tim Hands (supervising adr editor); Paul Bercovitch, John Matter (dialogue editors) HBO
The Handmaid's Tale "Mayday" David McCallum, Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editors); Brent Pickett (dialogue editor); Krystin Hunter (adr editor) Hulu
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel "A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo…" Ron Bochar (supervising sound editor), Sara Stern (dialogue editor), Ruth Hernandez (adr editor) Amazon
Peaky Blinder "Mr. Jones" Nigel Heath (supervising sound editor), Adele Fletcher (dialogue/adr editor) Netflix
Succession "This Is Not for Tears" Nicholas Renbeck (supervising sound editor); Angela Organ (supervising adr editor); Marlena Grzaslewicz, Bill Orrico (dialogue editors); Lidia Tamplenizza (adr editor) HBO
True Detective "The Great War and Modern Memory" David Esparza, Mandell Winter (supervising sound editors); Micah Loken, Bernard Weiser (dialogue editors)

Programs with multiple nominationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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