List of awards and nominations received by Bob's Burgers

Bob's Burgers is an American animated sitcom created by Loren Bouchard for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series centers on the Belcher family – parents Bob and Linda, and their children Tina, Gene, and Louise – who run a hamburger restaurant. A production between Bento Box Entertainment and 20th Television, the show has aired over 200 episodes and has been renewed for a twelfth and thirteenth season.[1]

Bob's Burgers awards and nominations
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Totals[a]
Wins16
Nominations64
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Throughout its run, the series has received fourteen Annie Award nominations, eleven Writers Guild of America Award nominations under the Television: Animation category, a total of six Critics' Choice Television Award nominations for Best Animated Series, and four Teen Choice Award nominations for Choice TV: Animated Show.

Additionally, the show has received nine Creative Arts Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Animated Program, winning in 2014 for the episode "Mazel-Tina" and in 2017 for "Bob Actually". For their performances on Bob's Burgers, John Roberts and Kevin Kline both received nominations for the Emmy award for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance, losing respectively to Hank Azaria from The Simpsons and Seth MacFarlane from Family Guy. Overall, the series has won 16 awards out of a total of 64 nominations.

Awards and nominationsEdit

Awards and nominations received by Bob's Burgers
Award Year[a] Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
Annie Awards 2013 Best General Audience Animated Television Production Bob's Burgers (for "Ear-sy Rider") Nominated [2]
2014 Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production Bob's Burgers Nominated [3]
2015 Bob's Burgers Nominated [4]
Outstanding Achievement, Directing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Jennifer Coyle and Bernard Derriman Nominated
2016 Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production Bob's Burgers (for "Can't Buy Me Math") Nominated [5]
Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Kristen Schaal (for "Hawk & Chick") Won
Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Steven Davis and Kelvin Yu (for "The Hauntening") Won
2017 Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production Bob's Burgers (for "Glued, Where's My Bob?") Won [6]
Outstanding Achievement, Music in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Bob's Burgers (for "Glued, Where's My Bob?") Nominated
Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux (for "The Hormone-iums") Won
Outstanding Achievement, Editorial in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Mark Seymour, Chuck Smith, and Eric Davidson (for "Sea Me Now") Nominated
2018 Outstanding Achievement for Editorial in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Mark Seymour, Chuck Smith, and Eric Davidson (for "Bob Actually") Nominated [7]
2019 Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production Bob's Burgers (for "The Bleakening") Nominated [8]
2020 Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production H. Jon Benjamin (for "Roamin' Bob-iday") Won [9]
Artios Awards 2013 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Animation Julie Ashton-Barson Nominated [10]
2015 Julie Ashton-Barson Nominated [11]
2016 Julie Ashton-Barson Won [12]
2020 Julie Ashton-Barson Nominated [13]
2021 Julie Ashton-Barson Nominated [14]
Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2012 Outstanding Animated Program Bob's Burgers (for "Burgerboss") Nominated [15]
2013 Bob's Burgers (for "O.T.: The Outside Toilet") Nominated [16]
2014 Bob's Burgers (for "Mazel-Tina") Won [17]
2015 Bob's Burgers (for "Can't Buy Me Math") Nominated
Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance John Roberts (for "Eat, Spray, Linda") Nominated [18]
2016 Outstanding Animated Program Bob's Burgers (for "The Horse Rider-er") Nominated [19]
2017 Bob's Burgers (for "Bob Actually") Won [20]
Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance Kevin Kline (for "The Last Gingerbread House on the Left") Nominated [21]
2018 Outstanding Animated Program Bob's Burgers (for "V for Valentine-detta") Nominated [22]
2019 Bob's Burgers (for "Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now") Nominated [23]
2020 Bob's Burgers (for "Pig Trouble in Little Tina") Nominated [24]
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2012 Best Animated Series Bob's Burgers Nominated [25]
2014 Bob's Burgers Nominated [26]
2015 Bob's Burgers Nominated [27]
2016 Bob's Burgers Nominated [28]
2016 Bob's Burgers Nominated [29]
2018 Bob's Burgers Nominated [30]
Eddie Awards 2021 Best Edited Animation (Non-Theatrical) Jeremy Reuben (for "Bob Belcher and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Kids") Nominated [31][32]
Environmental Media Awards 2015 Television Episodic Comedy Bob's Burgers (for "Late Afternoon in the Garden of Bob and Louise") Nominated [33]
Kidscreen Awards 2017 Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best in Class Bob's Burgers Won [34]
Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best Animated Series Bob's Burgers Won
2018 Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best in Class Bob's Burgers Won [35]
Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best Animated Series Bob's Burgers Won
2019 Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best One-Off, Special or TV Movie Bob's Burgers (for "The Bleakening") Won [36]
2020 Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best Animated Series Bob's Burgers Won [37]
Creative Talent - Best Writing Bob's Burgers Won
2021 Programming - Tweens/Teens - Best Animated Series Bob's Burgers Nominated [38]
People's Choice Awards 2015 Favorite Animated TV Show Bob's Burgers Nominated [39]
2016 Bob's Burgers Nominated [40]
2017 Bob's Burgers Nominated [41]
Teen Choice Awards 2011 Choice TV: Animated Show Bob's Burgers Nominated [42]
2012 Bob's Burgers Nominated [43]
2013 Bob's Burgers Nominated [44]
2017 Bob's Burgers Nominated [45]
Writers Guild of America Awards 2015 Television: Animation Gregory Thompson (for "Bob and Deliver") Nominated [46]
Nora Smith (for "Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl") Nominated
2016 Dan Fybel (for "Housetrap") Won [47]
Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux (for "Gayle Makin' Bob Sled") Nominated
2018 Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux (for "Brunchsquatch") Nominated [48]
2019 Rich Rinaldi (for "Boywatch") Nominated [49]
Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux (for "Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now") Nominated
Steven Davis (for "Mo Mommy, Mo Problems") Nominated
2020 Kelvin Yu (for "Bed, Bob & Beyond") Nominated [50]
Steven Davis (for "The Gene Mile") Nominated
2021 Katie Crown (for "Prank You for Being A Friend") Nominated [51][52]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The listed year refers to the date of the ceremony, not necessarily the year in which the corresponding season or episode aired.

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