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

The Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Short 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 short form broadcast media. The "short form" of the title refers to television episodes that have a runtime of less than one hour, though more than 35 minutes, as those episodes now have their own category. It was first awarded in 1998, for episodes premiering the previous year, under the title Best Sound Editing – Television Episodic – Dialogue & ADR. The term "short form" was added to the category in 2005, though long-form television had had its own category by then. The award has been given with its current title since 2018.

Winners and nomineesEdit

1990sEdit

Best Sound Editing – Television Episodic – Dialogue & ADR

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1997
Roar "Pilot" Norval D. Crutcher III (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Marty Vites (dialogue editor); Andrew Spencer Dawson, Robb Navrides (adr editors) Fox
Chicago Hope CBS
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Syndication
Millennium Fox
NYPD Blue ABC
Perversions of Science HBO
The Practice ABC
Roar "Spear Of Destiny" Fox
Xena: Warrior Princess Syndication
1998
ER "Exodus" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor), Catherine Flynn (adr/dialogue editor) NBC
Buffy the Vampire Slayer The WB
Earth: Final Conflict John Douglas Smith (supervising sound editor) Syndication
Nash Bridges CBS
Xena: Warrior Princess Syndication
The X-Files Fox
1999
The Sopranos "A Hit Is a Hit" Ray Spiess (supervising sound/dialogue editor); William H. Angarola (supervising sound editor); Cindy Rabideau (supervision adr editor); Benjamin Beardwood, Robert Guastini, Anna MacKenzie, Mike Marchain (adr/dialogue editors); Warren Smith (assistant adr editor); Mathew Price (production mixer); Adam Sawelson (re-recording mixer); Robert Deschaine, Paul J. Zydel (adr mixers); Tami Treadwell (adr recordist) HBO
Ally McBeal "Car Wash" David Rawlinson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Dennis Gray, Ralph Osborn (dialogue editors); David Melhase (adr editor) Fox
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Beer Bad Cindy Rabideau (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Anna MacKenzie, Ray Spiess, Daniel Tripoli (dialogue editors); Mark Cleary, Robert Guastini, Mike Marchain (adr editors) The WB
ER "The Storm (Part II)" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor), Bruce M. Honda (adr/dialogue editor) NBC
Harsh Realm "Pilot" Richard Taylor (supervising sound/adr editor); Robert Ewing (supervising sound editor); Barbara Issak (supervising dialogue editor); Benjamin Beardwood, Dennis Gray, Paul Longstaffe (dialogue editors); David Melhase, James A. Williams (adr editors) Fox
Law & Order "Justice" Jeffrey Kaplan (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor), Steve Burger (adr editor) NBC
NYPD Blue "Voir Dire This" Jeff Rosen (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Lukas Bower, John Green (dialogue/adr editors); Jane Boegel, Russell DeWolf, Sonya Henry, Helen Luttrell (dialogue editors); Barbara J. Boguski (adr editor) ABC
The Practice T.W. Davis (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Ken Gladden (dialogue/adr editor); Donna Beltz, H. Jay Levine (dialogue editors); Debby Ruby-Winsberg (adr editor)
The X-Files "The Unnatural" Thierry J. Couturier (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Donna Beltz (dialogue/adr editor); H. Jay Levine, Maciek Malish, James L. Pearson, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves (dialogue editors); Mike Goodman (adr editor) Fox

2000sEdit

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2000
Third Watch "Jimmy's Mountain" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Constance A. Kazmer (supervising dialogue editor), John F. Reynolds (supervising adr editor), Lou Kleinman (sound editor) NBC
City of Angels "Nathan's Hot Dog" John Kincade (supervising sound editor), Todd Niesen (sound editor) CBS
Deadline "Howl" Lee Dragu (supervising sound editor); Michael Jacobi (supervising adr editor); Andrew Spencer Dawson, Tom Jaeger, Marty Vites (sound editors) NBC
ER "May Day" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor), Karyn Foster (sound editor)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "Baby Killer" Jeffrey Kaplan (supervising sound/adr editor), Norval D. Crutcher III (supervising dialogue editor)
Providence "The Gift" Robb Navrides (supervising sound/adr editor), Andrew Spencer Dawson (supervising dialogue editor)
Touched by an Angel "Finger of God" Bill Bell (supervising sound editor); Tim Terusa (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Rick Crampton, Joy Ealy, Anton Holden, Michael Lyle, Randal S. Thomas, Rusty Tinsley (sound editors) CBS
The West Wing "What Kind of Day Has It Been" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Thomas A. Harris (supervising sound/adr editor), Catherine Flynn (supervising dialogue editor), Jessica Goodwin (sound editor) NBC

Sound Editing in Television – Dialogue and ADR, Episodic

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2001
[1]
Six Feet Under "Pilot" Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor); David Beadle, Sonya Henry, Jason Lezama, Helen Luttrell (sound editors) HBO
24 "12:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m." William Dotson (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Cathie Speakman (supervising adr editor); Pembrooke Andrews, Richard Taylor (adr editors); Marty Stein, Daniel Tripoli, Jeffrey R. Whitcher (dialogue editors) Fox
Alias "Doppleganger" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor), Christopher B. Reeves (dialogue editor), Warren Smith (adr editor) ABC
NYPD Blue "Johnny Got His Gold" Jeff Rosen (supervising sound editor); Patrick Hogan (adr/dialogue editor); David Beadle, Ralph Osborn (dialogue editors)
Roswell "Baby, It's You" Fred Judkins (supervising sound editor); John Green, Larry Goeb, Patrick Hogan, Jason Lezama, Todd Niesen (dialogue editors); Sonya Henry, Ralph Osborn (adr editors) The WB
Sex and the City "My Motherboard, Myself" Anthony J. Ciccolini III (supervising sound editor), Bitty O'Sullivan-Smith (supervising dialogue editor), Louis Bertini (supervising adr editor) HBO
Third Watch "Honor" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Constance A. Kazmer (supervising dialogue editor); John F. Reynolds (supervising adr editor); Lou Kleinman, Darleen Stoker (dialogue editors) NBC
UC: Undercover "The Siege" Peter Austin (supervising sound/adr editor), Edmund J. Lachmann (supervising dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (sound editor), Jay Keiser (adr editor)
The West Wing "Manchester: Part II" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Catherine Flynn (supervising dialogue editor); Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor); Jennifer Mertens (adr editor); Eric Hertsguaard, Karen Spangenberg (dialogue editors)

Best Sound Editing in Television Episodic – Dialogue & ADR

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2002
[2][3]
ER "Partly Cloudy, Chance of Rain" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor); Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor); Virginia Cook-McGowan, Karen Spangenberg (sound editors) NBC
24 "Day 2: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m." William Dotson (supervising sound editor); Cathie Speakman (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Pembrooke Andrews, Jeffrey R. Whitcher (sound editors) Fox
American Dreams "Cold Snap" Fred Judkins (supervising sound/adr editor); Jane Boegel (supervising dialogue editor); Barbara J. Boguski, Russell DeWolf, Sonya Henry, Daniel Tripoli (sound editors) NBC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Fight Night" Mace Matiosian (supervising sound/dialogue editor), David F. Van Slyke (supervising sound editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor), Jivan Tahmizian (sound editor) CBS
The District "Old Wounds" Albert Ibbotson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Steffan Falesitch, Kirsten Reed (sound editors)
NYPD Blue "Below the Belt" Jeff Rosen (supervising sound/adr editor); H. Jay Levine, Todd Niesen (sound editors) ABC
Third Watch "Ladies Day" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Constance A. Kazmer (supervising dialogue editor); John F. Reynolds (supervising adr editor, adr editor); Catherine Flynn, Denise Horta (dialogue editors) NBC
The West Wing "Game On" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Catherine Flynn (supervising dialogue editor); Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor); Denise Horta, Constance A. Kazmer, Karen Spangenberg (sound editors)
2003
[4][5]
Six Feet Under "I'm Sorry, I'm Lost" Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor); Jane Boegel, Sonya Henry, Patrick Hogan, Jason Lezama, Helen Luttrell (dialogue/adr editors) HBO
American Dreams "City on Fire" Fred Judkins (supervising sound/adr editor); Jane Boegel (supervising dialogue editor); David Beadle, Barbara J. Boguski, John Green, Daniel Tripoli (dialogue/adr editors) NBC
Carnivàle "Tipton" Mace Matiosian (supervising sound editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor), Jivan Tahmizian (dialogue editor), Jay Keiser (adr editor) HBO
The District "Sacrifices" Albert Ibbotson (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Jim Yant (supervising adr editor); Thomas Kearney, Kirsten Reed (dialogue/adr editors) CBS
ER "Kisangani" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor); Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor); Richard Corwin, Catherine Flynn (dialogue/adr editors) NBC
Third Watch "Snow Blind" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Constance A. Kazmer (supervising dialogue editor); John F. Reynolds (supervising adr editor); Virginia Cook-McGowan, Catherine Flynn, Eric Hertsguaard (dialogue/adr editors)
The West Wing "Twenty Five" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Catherine Flynn (supervising dialogue editor); Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor); Jennifer Mertens (adr editor); Eric Hertsguaard, Karen Spangenberg (dialogue editors)
Without a Trace "Trip Box" Cormac Funge (supervising sound editor), Jay Keiser (supervising adr editor), Paul Longstaffe (supervising dialogue editor) CBS

Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Dialogue & ADR

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2004
[6][7]
Lost "Pilot, Part 1" Thomas DeGorter, Trevor Jolly (supervising sound editors); Christopher B. Reeves (supervising dialogue editor); Troy Allen (dialogue editor/adr editor); Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves (dialogue editor) ABC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Down the Drain" Mace Matiosian (supervising sound editor); David F. Van Slyke (sound designer); Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor, adr editor); Todd Niesen, Yuri Reese, Jivan Tahmizian (dialogue editors) CBS
CSI: NY "Outside Man" George Haddad (supervising sound editor), David Barbee (sound designer), Edmund J. Lachmann (supervising dialogue editor), Tim Kimmel (supervising adr editor)
Cold Case "Mind Hunters" Cindy Rabideau (supervising sound editor); Robert Guastini (supervising dialogue editor, dialogue editor); Mike Marchain (supervising adr editor); Mark Cleary, Kevin McCullough (dialogue editors); Susan Cahill (adr editor)
Gilmore Girls "You Jump, I Jump, Jack" Eileen Horta (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); David Beadle, Sonya Henry, Patrick Hogan (dialogue/adr editor) The WB
Law & Order "Gunplay" Jeffrey Kaplan (supervising sound/adr editor), Michael Trifman (supervising dialogue editor) NBC
Sex and the City "An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux)" Louis Bertini (supervising sound/adr editor), Anthony J. Ciccolini III (supervising sound editor), Pam DeMetruis-Thomas (supervising dialogue editor) HBO
Six Feet Under "Falling Into Place" Bob Newlan (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Jane Boegel, Mark Kamps (dialogue/adr editors)

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

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2005
[8][9]
House "Autopsy" Barbara Issak (supervising sound editor); Brad North, Jackie Rodman (dialogue/adr editors) Fox
Alias "Before the Flood" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor), Christopher B. Reeves (supervising dialogue editor), Jay Keiser (dialogue/adr editor) ABC
CSI: Miami "Three-Way" Ann Hadsell (supervising sound/adr editor), Todd Niesen (supervising dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (dialogue/adr editor) CBS
Commander in Chief "Pilot" Fred Judkins, Marla McGuire (supervising sound editors); David Beadle, Thomas Kearney, Ray Spiess (dialogue editors); Vic Radulich (adr editor) ABC
ER "Two Ships" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor), Bruce M. Honda (dialogue/adr editor) NBC
Everybody Hates Chris "Everybody Hates Basketball" Wilson Dyer (supervising sound editor), Marti D. Humphrey (dialogue/adr editor) UPN
Lost "The Other 48 Days" Thomas DeGorter, Trevor Jolly (supervising sound editors); Maciek Malish (supervising dialogue editor); Jay Keiser (supervising adr editor) ABC
The West Wing "The Ticket" Thomas A. Harris, Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Catherine Flynn (supervising dialogue editor); Virginia Cook-McGowan, Steffan Falesitch (dialogue/adr editors) NBC
2006
[10][11][12]
CSI: Miami "Rio" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Todd Niesen (supervising dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor) CBS
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Fannysmackin'" Ruth Adelman, Mace Matiosian (supervising sound editors); Jivan Tahmizian (dialogue editor) CBS
ER "Jigsaw" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Bob Redpath (supervising adr editor) NBC
Heroes "Genesis" Stephen Grubbs, Joe Melody (supervising sound editors); Anton Holden (supervising dialogue editor); J. Michael Hooser (supervising adr editor); Mark Steele, Burton Weinstein (dialogue/adr editor)
Law & Order "Profiteer" Jeffrey Kaplan (supervising sound editor); Michael Trifman (supervising dialogue editor); Michael Jacobi (supervising adr editor); Tiffany S. Griffith, Jeff Kushner (dialogue/adr editor)
Lost "Further Instructions" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editors), Jay Keiser (supervising adr editor), Maciek Malish (dialogue/adr editor) ABC
The Nine "Pilot" Peter Austin (supervising sound editor); Virginia Cook-McGowan, David M. Cowan, Steffan Falesitch, Catherine Flynn, Mitch Gettleman, Bruce M. Honda, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves (dialogue/adr editors)
The Wire "Misgivings" Will Ralston (supervising sound editor), Igor Nikolic (supervising dialogue editor), Matthew Haasch (dialogue editor) HBO
2007
[13]
House "Human Error" Brad North (supervising sound editor); Tiffany S. Griffith, Jackie Rodman (dialogue editors); Kirk Herzbrun, Alex Parker (assistant sound editors) Fox
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Cockroaches" Mace Matiosian (supervising sound editor), Jivan Tahmizian (supervising dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor) CBS
ER "Murmers of the Heart" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor/editor), Bob Redpath (supervising adr editor), Bruce M. Honda (editor) NBC
Law & Order: Criminal Intent "Offense" Jeff Rosen (supervising sound/adr editor); Michael Jacobi (supervising adr editor); Sonya Henry (dialogue editor); Kirk Herzbrun, Alex Parker (assistant sound editors)
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "Paternity" Jeffrey Kaplan (supervising sound editor); Michael Jacobi (supervising adr editor); Jeff Kushner (dialogue editor); Kirk Herzbrun, Alex Parker (assistant sound editors)
Lost "Greatest Hits" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor), Maciek Malish (supervising dialogue editor), Jay Keiser (supervising adr editor), Scott Weber (sound effects editor) ABC
Mad Men "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" Jason George (supervising sound editor); Jed M. Dodge (supervising dialogue editor); Dale Chaloukian, Charlie Kolander (dialogue editors); Julie Altus (adr editor) AMC

Best Sound Editing – Short Form Dialogue and ADR in Television

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2008
[14][15][16]
Lost "Confirmed Dead" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor), Maciek Malish (supervising dialogue editor), Jay Keiser (supervising adr editor) ABC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Bull" Mace Matiosian (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor), Jivan Tahmizian (dialogue editor) CBS
CSI: NY "Hostage" George Haddad (supervising sound/dialogue editor); Ruth Adelman, Edmund J. Lachmann (sound editors)
Californication "The Raw and the Cooked" Mitchell Gettleman (supervising sound/adr editor); Peter Austin, Jerry Edemann, Lou Thomas (sound editors) Showtime
Fringe "Safe" Thomas A. Harris (supervising sound/adr editor); Jay Keiser, Christopher B. Reeves, Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves (sound editors) Fox
Mad Men "The Jet Set" Jason George (supervising sound editor), Jed M. Dodge (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Chaloukian (dialogue editor), Julie Altus (adr editor) AMC
True Blood "The Fourth Man in the Fire" John Benson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Jason Krane, Jason Lezama, Steven Stuhr (sound editors) HBO
The Tudors "Destiny and Fortune" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor) Showtime
2009
[17][18][19]
True Blood "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'" John Benson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Christian Buenaventura, Jason Krane (sound editors) HBO
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Mascara" Mace Matiosian (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor), Jivan Tahmizian (supervising dialogue editor) CBS
CSI: Miami "Hostage" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Todd Niesen (supervising dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (supervising adr editor)
CSI: NY "Manhattanhenge" Mark Relyea (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Edmund J. Lachmann (dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (adr editor)
ER "I Feel Good" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Bob Redpath (supervising adr editor), Bruce M. Honda (sound editor) NBC
FlashForward "Riptide" Thomas A. Harris (supervising sound/adr editor), Christopher B. Reeves (supervising dialogue editor), Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves (dialogue editor), Jay Keiser (adr editor) ABC
Fringe "Unleashed" Fox
Lost "The Little Prince" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor), Maciek Malish (dialogue editor), Jay Keiser (adr editor) ABC

2010sEdit

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2010
[20][21][22]
The Walking Dead "Guts" Walter Newman (supervising sound editor); Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor); Lou Thomas (supervising adr editor); Bruce M. Honda (dialogue editor); Peter Austin, Karyn Foster, Skip Schoolnik (adr editors) AMC
The Glades "A Perfect Storm" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Jivan Tahmizian (supervising dialogue editor), Todd Niesen (dialogue editor) A&E
Human Target "Ilsa Pucci" Peter Austin (supervising sound/adr editor), Matthew E. Taylor (supervising dialogue editor), Lou Thomas (dialogue editor), Tim Farrell (adr editor) Fox
Mad Men "The Summer Man" Jason George (supervising sound editor) AMC
The Mentalist "The Red Ponies" Thierry J. Couturier (supervising sound/adr editor), David M. Cowan (supervising dialogue editor) CBS
Smallville "Salvation" Michael E. Lawshe (supervising sound editor, adr editor), Jessica Goodwin (supervising dialogue editor), Norval D. Crutcher III (supervising adr editor, dialogue editor) The CW
True Blood "9 Crimes" John Benson (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Jason Krane (dialogue/adr editor); David Beadle, Christian Buenaventura, Patrick Hogan, Steven Stuhr (dialogue editors) HBO
The Tudors "Sixth and the Final Wife" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising dialogue/adr editor), David McCallum (dialogue editor) Showtime
2011
[23][24]
Game of Thrones "Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things" Stefan Henrix (supervising sound editor), Peter Blayney (supervising dialogue editor), Tim Hands (supervising adr editor), Iain Eyre (adr editor), Aza Hand (adr recordist) HBO
The Big C "A Little Death" Robert Getty (supervising sound editor), Chato Hill (supervising dialogue editor) Showtime
Hell on Wheels "Bread and Circuses" John Kincade (supervising sound editor), Todd Niesen (dialogue editor), Shannon Beament (adr editor) AMC
Leverage "The Van Gogh Job" Kenneth L. Johnson (supervising sound editor), David Grant (supervising dialogue editor) TNT
Person of Interest "Witness" Thomas DeGorter, Matt Sawelson (supervising sound editors); Maciek Malish (supervising dialogue editor); H. Jay Levine (adr editor) CBS
Smallville "Dominion" Michael E. Lawshe (supervising sound editor), Jessica Goodwin (supervising dialogue editor, dialogue editor), Norval D. Crutcher III (dialogue editor) The CW
Sons of Anarchy "To Be, Act 2" Erich Gann (supervising sound editor), Joy Ealy (supervising dialogue editor) FX
The Walking Dead "Save the Last One" Jerry Ross (supervising sound editor), Lou Thomas (supervising dialogue/adr editor), Steffan Falesitch (dialogue editor) AMC
2012
[25][26]
The Newsroom "Amen" Mark Relyea (supervising sound/adr editor), Robert Guastini (dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (adr editor) HBO
Boss "Backflash" Kurt Nicholas Forshager (supervising sound editor), Tim Boggs (supervising adr editor), Kathryn Madsen (adr editor), Jane Boegel (sound editor) Starz
Game of Thrones "Blackwater" Peter Brown (supervising sound editor); Kira Roessler (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Tim Hands, Vanessa Lapato (sound editors) HBO
Homeland "The Smile" Craig A. Dellinger (supervising sound editor); Pembrooke Andrews, Devin Joseph, Nello Torri (sound editors) Showtime
Saving Hope "Pilot" Sue Conley (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Paul Germann, Barry Gilmore (dialogue/adr editors) NBC
True Blood "We'll Meet Again" John Benson (supervising sound editor); Jason Krane (dialogue/adr editor); Christian Buenaventura, Steven Stuhr (dialogue editors); Judah Getz (adr mixer) HBO
The Walking Dead "Better Angels" Jerry Ross (supervising sound editor), Lou Thomas (supervising dialogue/adr editor) AMC
World Without End "King" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor), Martin Gwynn Jones (sound editor) ReelzChannel
2013
[27][28]
Game of Thrones "The Rains of Castamere" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor); Jed M. Dodge (supervising dialogue editor); Tim Hands (supervising adr editor); Ruth Adelman, Martin Mahon (adr editors) HBO
American Horror Story: Coven "Bitchcraft" Gary Megregian (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Steven Stuhr (dialogue editor) FX
Boardwalk Empire "Havre de Grace" Fred Rosenberg (supervising sound/adr editor, adr editor); Jeffrey Stern (supervising dialogue editor, dialogue editor); Bill Orrico, Roland Vajs (dialogue editors) HBO
Breaking Bad "To'hajiilee" Kurt Nicholas Forshager (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Kathryn Madsen (supervising adr editor), Jane Boegel (dialogue editor) AMC
Family Tree "Civil War" Hamilton Sterling (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Alison Fisher (supervising adr editor) HBO
House of Lies "Damonschildren.org" Pembrooke Andrews (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); Craig A. Dellinger, Larry Goeb, Sean Massey (dialogue editors); Greg Stacy (sound effects editor); Mike Pipgras, Randy Singer (foley editors); Robin Harlan, Sarah Monat (foley artists) Showtime
The Newsroom "Unintended Consequences" Mark Relyea (supervising sound/adr editor), Charlie Kolander (dialogue editor), Ruth Adelman (adr editor) HBO
The Walking Dead "Too Far Gone" Jerry Ross (supervising sound editor, adr editor); Lou Thomas (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Tim Farrell, Clayton Weber (dialogue editors) AMC
2014
[29][30]
The Newsroom "Oh Shenandoah" Mark Relyea (supervising dialogue/adr editor); Julie Altus, Edmund J. Lachmann (dialogue/adr editors) HBO
Game of Thrones "The Children" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Jed M. Dodge (supervising dialogue editor), Tim Hands (supervising adr editor) HBO
Homeland "Redux" Craig A. Dellinger (supervising sound editor); Nello Torri, Jon Wakeham (dialogue/adr editors) Showtime
Houdini "Part 2" Michael J. Benavente (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor); David Beadle, Lance Wiseman (dialogue/adr editor) History
Penny Dreadful "Séance" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue/adr editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor) Showtime
The Strain "The Box" Nelson Ferreira (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor), Jill Purdy (supervising dialogue editor) FX
True Blood "Jesus Gonna Be Here" John Benson (supervising sound editor), Jason Krane (dialogue/adr editor) HBO
True Detective "Who Goes There" Eliza Paley (supervising sound/dialogue/adr editor)
2015
[31][32]
Game of Thrones "Hardhome" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Paul Bercovitch (supervising dialogue editor), Tim Hands (supervising adr editor) HBO
The 100 "Survival of the Fittest" Norval D. Crutcher III (supervising sound/adr editor), Benjamin Beardwood (dialogue editor) The CW
American Horror Story: Hotel "Checking In" Gary Megregian (supervising sound editor), Steven Stuhr (supervising dialogue editor), Jason Krane (dialogue editor) FX
Blindspot "Evil Handmade Instrument " Mark Relyea (supervising sound/adr editor); Julie Altus, Edmund J. Lachmann (dialogue/adr editors) NBC
Daredevil "Into the Ring" Lauren Stephens (supervising sound editor), Christian Buenaventura (dialogue/adr editor) Netflix
Homeland "The Tradition of Hospitality" Craig A. Dellinger (supervising sound editor), Jon Wakeham (supervising dialogue editor) Showtime
Vikings "Breaking Point" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor) History
The Walking Dead "Spend" Jerry Ross, Lou Thomas (supervising sound editors); Tim Farrell (dialogue editor) AMC
2016
[33][34]
Penny Dreadful "Ebb Tide" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor); David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor); Elma Bello (dialogue editor); Paul Conway, Dale Sheldrake (adr editors) Showtime
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "Deals with Our Devils" Daniel Colman (supervising sound editor), Stefani Feldman (dialogue editor), Sara Bencivenga (adr editor) ABC
Game of Thrones "Battle of the Bastards" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Paul Bercovitch (supervising dialogue editor), Tim Hands (supervising adr editor) HBO
The Shannara Chronicles "Safehold" Norval D. Crutcher III (supervising sound editor), Michael E. Lawshe (supervising adr editor), Karyn Foster (dialogue editor) MTV
Shooter "Overwatch" Mark Relyea (supervising sound editor), Robert Guastini (dialogue editor), Julie Altus (adr editor) USA
The Walking Dead "Hearts Still Beating" Tim Farrell, Jerry Ross (supervising sound editors); Lou Thomas (supervising sound editor, dialogue editor) AMC
Westworld "Trace Decay" Thomas DeGorter (supervising sound editor), Matt Sawelson (supervising adr editor), Brian Armstrong (dialogue editor), Fred Paragano (dialogue editor) HBO

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

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2017
[35][36]
Game of Thrones "The Spoils of War" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Paul Bercovitch (supervising dialogue editor), Tim Hands (supervising adr editor) HBO
The Crown "Paterfamilias" Lee Walpole (supervising sound editor), Kallis Shamaris (supervising adr editor), Iain Eyre (dialogue editor) Netflix
Feud: Bette and Joan "And the Winner Is... (The Oscars of 1963)" Gary Megregian (supervising sound editor), Lance Wiseman (dialogue editor) FX
Halt and Catch Fire "So It Goes" Susan Cahill (supervising sound editor), Sara Bencivenga (supervising adr editor), Jane Boegel (dialogue editor) AMC
The Handmaid's Tale "Offred" David McCallum (supervising sound/dialogue editor), Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor), Brent Pickett (dialogue editor) Hulu
Orange Is the New Black "Storm-y Weather" John Kincade (supervising sound editor), Paul Stanley (adr supervisor), Todd Niesen (dialogue editor) Netflix
Stranger Things "Chapter Eight: The Mind Flayer" Brad North (supervising sound editor, adr editor), Tiffany S. Griffith (dialogue editor)
Vikings "Homeland" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor), Claire Dobson (dialogue editor) History
2018
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The Americans "Harvest" Neil Cedar, Ken Hahn (supervising sound editors); Gerald Donlan (dialogue editor), John Bowen (adr editor) FX
Atlanta "Teddy Perkins" Trevor Gates (supervising sound editor), Jason Dotts (dialogue editor) FX
Better Call Saul "Talk" Kurt Nicholas Forshager (supervising sound editor), Kathryn Madsen (supervising adr editor), Jane Boegel (dialogue editor) AMC
The Handmaid's Tale "Holly" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Krystin Hunter (dialogue editor) Hulu
Jessica Jones "AKA Three Lives and Counting" Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor); Christian Buenaventura, Lance Wiseman (dialogue editors) Netflix
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan "The Wolf" Jon Wakeham (supervising sound editor); Micah Loken, Tim Tuchrello (dialogue editors); Benjamin L. Cook (adr editor) Amazon
Vikings "Moments of Vision" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor), Claire Dobson (dialogue editor) History
The X-Files "This" Thierry J. Couturier (supervising sound/adr editor), Xiao'ou Olivia Zhang (dialogue/adr editor) Fox
2019
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Modern Love "Take Me as I Am, Whoever I Am" Lewis Goldstein (supervising sound editor), Gina Alfano (supervising adr editor), Alfred DeGrand (dialogue editor) Amazon
Big Little Lies "What Have We Done" Paul Lucien Col, Linda Forsén (supervising sound editors); Alex Horlick (dialogue editor); Natalie Fleurant (adr editor) HBO
Castle Rock "Restore Hope" Tim Kimmel (supervising sound editor), Ryan Briley (dialogue editor) Hulu
Lost in Space "Unknown" Branden Spencer (supervising sound editor); Michael Hertlein, Tim Tuchrello (dialogue editors) Netflix
The Mandalorian "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian" David Acord, Matthew Wood (supervising sound editors); Steve Slanec, James Spencer (dialogue editors); Richard Quinn (adr editor) Disney+
The Terror: Infamy "The Weak are Meat" Gord Hillier (supervising sound editor/dialogue editor); Aaron Olson, Gordon Sproule (adr editors) AMC
Vikings "New Beginnings" Jane Tattersall (supervising sound editor), David McCallum (supervising dialogue editor), Dale Sheldrake (supervising adr editor), Claire Dobson (dialogue editor) History
Whiskey Cavalier "Czech Mate" Brent Findley (supervising sound editor), Michael Jesmer (dialogue/adr editor) ABC

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