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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program is a Creative Arts Emmy Award which is given annually to an animated series which is judged to have been the best. Each series is allowed to submit one episode and a special.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program
Awarded for Outstanding Animated Program
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1979
Currently held by Archer (2016)
Website emmys.com

The Simpsons has won the most with 10 (out of 24 years of nominations), followed by the various Garfield specials which have won a combined four (out of 12 nominations) and South Park with five (out of 14 nominations). Though Fox could also submit episodes from The Simpsons or other series for consideration in the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series category, rules stipulate that a single program cannot be submitted in more than one category.[1] The Simpsons was submitted to the Comedy Series category in 1993 and 1994, which happened to be the only years the series has not been nominated in the Outstanding Animated Program category (until 2014).

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RulesEdit

From 1999 to 2009, there are two categories for "Outstanding Animated Program", one for "Programming One Hour or Less" and one for "Programming One Hour or More", where the time refers to the broadcast time. Each series is allowed to submit a single episode or a special, and those programs are judged. For the individual people who receive nominations, a series is allowed to submit a maximum of 21 names alongside the episode, including a maximum of four directors, a maximum of three writers and a maximum of fourteen producers.[2]

For many of the Primetime Emmy Award categories, the rules specifically say that animated programs can not be nominated, although some of the Creative arts categories do allow animated programs to be submitted for consideration.[2] However, there have occasionally been programs submitted in the Primetime categories. For example, The Simpsons submitted the episodes "A Streetcar Named Marge" and "Mr. Plow" in the "Outstanding Comedy Series" category in 1993. However, they were not nominated.[3]

Winners and nominationsEdit

1970sEdit

Year Program Episode Network
1978 Halloween is Grinch Night Special ABC
1979 The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe[4][5][6] Special CBS
Happy Birthday, Charlie Brown Special CBS
You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown Special CBS

1980sEdit

Year Program Episode Network
1980 Carlton Your Doorman[7][8] Special CBS
Pontoffel Pock, Where Are You? Special ABC
The Pink Panther in: Olym-Pinks Special ABC
She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown Special CBS
1981 Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown[9][10] Special CBS
Bugs Bunny: All American Hero Special CBS
Faeries Special CBS
Gnomes Special CBS
It's Magic, Charlie Brown Special CBS
1982 The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat[11] Special ABC
Someday You'll Find Her, Charlie Brown Special CBS
A Charlie Brown Celebration Special CBS
The Smurfs Springtime Special Special NBC
The Smurfs Special NBC
1983 Ziggy's Gift[12][13] Special ABC
Here Comes Garfield Special CBS
Is This Goodbye, Charlie Brown? Special CBS
What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? Special CBS
The Smurfs Christmas Special Special NBC
1984 Garfield on the Town[14] Special CBS
A Disney Christmas Gift Special CBS
It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown Special CBS
The Smurfic Games Special NBC
1985 Garfield in the Rough[15] Special CBS
Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown[16] CBS
Donald Duck's 50th Birthday CBS
1986 Garfield's Halloween Adventure[17] Special CBS
Garfield in Paradise Special CBS
1987 Cathy[18] CBS
Garfield Goes Hollywood Special CBS
1988 A Claymation Christmas Celebration[19] Special CBS
A Garfield Christmas Special Special CBS
The Brave Little Toaster Special Disney Channel
1989
One Hour or Less
Garfield's Babes and Bullets[20] Special CBS
Garfield: His 9 Lives Special CBS
Abel's Island PBS
Madeline HBO
Meet the Raisins! CBS
One Hour or More
DuckTales "Super DuckTales" NBC

1990sEdit

Year Program Episode Network
1990 The Simpsons[21] "Life on the Fast Lane" Fox
Garfield's Feline Fantasies Special CBS
Garfield's Thanksgiving Special CBS
The Simpsons[22] "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire"[22] Fox
Why, Charlie Brown, Why? Special CBS
1991
One Hour or Less
The Simpsons[21] "Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment" Fox
Claymation Comedy of Horrors Show CBS
Garfield Gets a Life Special CBS
Tiny Toon Adventures "The Looney Beginning" CBS
More Than One Hour
TaleSpin "Plunder & Lightning" Syndication
1992 A Claymation Easter[23][24] Special CBS
The Ren and Stimpy Show Various Nickelodeon
Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories Special Showtime
The Simpsons "Radio Bart" FOX
1993 Batman: The Animated Series "Robin's Reckoning: Part I" Fox
Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas Special NBC
Liquid Television "Show 11" MTV
The Ren & Stimpy Show "Son of Stimpy" Nickelodeon
The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends Special Family Channel
1994 The Roman City[25] Special PBS
Duckman "T.V. or Not to Be" USA
A Flintstone Family Christmas Special ABC
The Ren and Stimpy Show "Ren's Retirement" Nickelodeon
The Town Santa Forgot Special NBC
1995 The Simpsons[21] "Lisa's Wedding"[26] Fox
Daisy-Head Mayzie Special TNT
Rugrats "A Rugrats Passover" Nickelodeon
Tiny Toon Adventures "Night Ghoulery" FOX
What a Cartoon! Dexter's Laboratory in "Changes" Cartoon Network
1996 Pinky and the Brain "A Pinky and the Brain Christmas"[27] The WB
Dexter's Laboratory "The Big Sister" Cartoon Network
Duckman "Noir Gang" USA
The Simpsons[21] "Treehouse of Horror VI"[28] FOX
What a Cartoon! Cow and Chicken in "No Smoking!"[29] Cartoon Network
1997
One Hour or Less
The Simpsons[21] "Homer's Phobia"[30] Fox
Dexter's Laboratory "Star Spangled Sidekicks/TV Superpals/Game Over"[31] Cartoon Network
Duckman "Duckman and Cornfed in Haunted Society Plumbers"[31] USA
King of the Hill "Square Peg"[31] FOX
Rugrats "Mother's Day"[31] Nickelodeon
More Than One Hour
No winner (nominee did not receive the necessary 50% support)
Willows In Winter Special Family Channel
1998 The Simpsons[21] "Trash of the Titans"[32] Fox
Cow and Chicken[33] "Free Inside/Journey To The Center Of Cow"[32] Cartoon Network
Dexter's Laboratory[33] "Dyno-might/Lab-retto"[32]
King of the Hill[33] "Texas City Twister"[32] FOX
South Park "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride"[32][33] Comedy Central
1999
One Hour or Less
King of the Hill "And They Call It Bobby Love"[34][35] Fox
Futurama[36] "A Big Piece of Garbage"[35] FOX
The PJs "He's Gotta Have It"[35]
The Powerpuff Girls "Bubblevicious/The Bare Facts"[35][37][38] Cartoon Network
The Simpsons[21] "Viva Ned Flanders"[35] FOX
More Than One Hour
Todd McFarlane's Spawn Special HBO
Our Friend, Martin Special Starz

2000sEdit

Year Program (Less Than One Hour) Episode Network Program (One Hour or More) Episode Network
2000
(52nd)
[39]
The Simpsons "Behind the Laughter" Fox Walking With Dinosaurs Special Discovery Channel
Downtown "Before and After" MTV Olive, the Other Reindeer Special Fox
Family Guy "Road to Rhode Island" Fox
The Powerpuff Girls "Beat Your Greens/Down 'N' Dirty" Cartoon Network
South Park "Chinpokomon" Comedy Central
2001
(53rd)
[40]
The Simpsons "HOMR" Fox Allosaurus: A Walking With Dinosaurs Special Special Discovery Channel
As Told by Ginger "Hello Stranger" Nickelodeon
Futurama "Amazon Women in the Mood" Fox
King of the Hill "Chasing Bobby" Fox
The Powerpuff Girls "Moral Decay/Meet the Beat Alls" Cartoon Network
2002
(54th)
[41]
Futurama "Roswell That Ends Well" Fox Walking With Prehistoric Beasts Special Discovery Channel
As Told by Ginger "Lunatic Lake" Nickelodeon Samurai Jack The Trilogy Cartoon Network
King of the Hill "Bobby Goes Nuts" Fox When Dinosaurs Roamed America Special Discovery Channel
The Simpsons "She of Little Faith" Fox
South Park "Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants" Comedy Central
2003
(55th)
[42]
The Simpsons "Three Gays of the Condo" Fox Chased by Dinosaurs Special Discovery Channel
As Told by Ginger "And She Was Gone" Nickelodeon
Futurama "Jurassic Bark" Fox
Kim Possible "Crush" Disney Channel
SpongeBob SquarePants "New Student Starfish/Clams" Nickelodeon
2004
(56th)
[43]
Samurai Jack "The Birth of Evil" Cartoon Network Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 1 (Chapters 1-20) Cartoon Network
Futurama "The Sting" Fox The Powerpuff Girls "'Twas the Fight Before Christmas" Cartoon Network
The Simpsons "The Way We Weren't" Fox
South Park "It's Christmas in Canada" Comedy Central
SpongeBob SquarePants "SpongeBob BC" Nickelodeon
2005
(57th)
[44]
South Park "Best Friends Forever" Comedy Central Star Wars: Clone Wars Volume 2 (Chapters 21-25) Cartoon Network
Family Guy "North by North Quahog" Fox Dragons: A Fantasy Made Real Special Animal Planet
Samurai Jack "The Four Seasons of Death" Cartoon Network
The Simpsons "Future-Drama" Fox
SpongeBob SquarePants "Fear of a Krabby Patty/Shell of a Man" Nickelodeon
2006
(58th)
[45]
The Simpsons "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story" Fox Before the Dinosaurs Special Discovery Channel
Camp Lazlo "Hello Dolly/Over Cooked Beans" Cartoon Network My Life as a Teenage Robot "Escape from Cluster Prime" Nickelodeon
Family Guy "PTV" Fox
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends "Go Goo Go" Cartoon Network
South Park "Trapped in the Closet" Comedy Central
2007
(59th)
[46]
South Park "Make Love, Not Warcraft" Comedy Central Camp Lazlo "Where's Lazlo?" Cartoon Network
Avatar: The Last Airbender "City of Walls and Secrets" Nickelodeon Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends "Good Wilt Hunting" Cartoon Network
Robot Chicken "Lust for Puppets" Adult Swim Hellboy: Sword of Storms Movie Cartoon Network
The Simpsons "The Haw-Hawed Couple" Fox Secrets of the Deep Special Discovery Channel
SpongeBob SquarePants "Bummer Vacation/Wig Struck" Nickelodeon
2008
(60th)
[47]
The Simpsons "Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind" Fox South Park Imaginationland: The Movie Comedy Central
Creature Comforts "Don't Choke To Death, Please" CBS Family Guy "Blue Harvest" Fox
King of the Hill "Death Picks Cotton" Fox Justice League: The New Frontier Movie Warner Bros. on Demand
Robot Chicken "Robot Chicken: Star Wars" Adult Swim
SpongeBob SquarePants "Inmates of Summer/Two Faces of Squidward" Nickelodeon
2009
(61st)
[48]
South Park "Margaritaville" Comedy Central Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends "Destination: Imagination" Cartoon Network
American Dad! "1600 Candles" Fox Afro Samurai: Resurrection Movie Spike
Robot Chicken "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II" Adult Swim
The Simpsons "Gone Maggie Gone" Fox

2010sEdit

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
200910
(62nd)
[49]
Prep & Landing Chris Williams, executive producer/story by; John Lasseter, executive producer; Dorothy McKim, producer; Stevie Wermers and Kevin Deters, writers/directors ABC
Alien Earths Howard B. Swartz, executive producer; Dana Berry, produced/directed/written by; Steven Reich and Ray Villard, written by; Jason Hearne and Dave Jerrard, animation directors Nat Geo
The Ricky Gervais Show "Knob at Night" Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, Karl Pilkington, Glyn Hughes and Bob Higgins, executive producers; Lisa Ullmann, co-executive producer; Margaret M. Dean, supervising producer; Michelle Papandrew, producer; Craig Kellman, directed by; Nick Bertonazzi, animation director HBO
The Simpsons "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean and Matt Selman, executive producers; John Frink, Kevin Curran, J. Stewart Burns, Michael Price, Marc Wilmore, Joel H. Cohen, Ron Hauge, Rob LaZebnik and Matt Warburton, co-executive producers; Jeff Westbrook and Brian Kelley, co-executive producers/writers; Tom Klein, animation producer; Mike B. Anderson, supervising director; Oscar Cervantes and Davy Lauterbach, assistant directors; Matthew Nastuk, directed by; Stephanie Gillis, written by Fox
South Park "200" / "201" Trey Parker, executive producer/writer/director; Matt Stone and Anne Garefino, executive producers; Frank C. Agnone II, supervising producer; Eric Stough, Bruce Howell, Adrien Beard, Vernon Chatman and Erica Rivinoja, producers; Ryan Quincy, animation producer; Jack Shih and Jenny Yu, directors of animation Comedy Central
201011
(63rd)
[50]
Futurama "The Late Philip J. Fry" Matt Groening, David X. Cohen and Ken Keeler, executive producers; Eric Horsted, Michael Rowe, Josh Weinstein, Patric M. Verrone and Dan Vebber, co-executive producers; Gregg Vanzo, animation executive producer; Claudia Katz and Lee Supercinski, produced by; Peter Avanzino, supervising director/directed by; Lew Morton, written by; Ira Sherak, assistant director; Scott Vanzo, director of computer graphics Comedy Central
The Cleveland Show "Murray Christmas" Seth MacFarlane, Richard Appel and Mike Henry, executive producers; Kirker Butler, co-executive producer/writer; Jonathan Green and Gabe Miller, supervising producers; Aseem Batra, Clarence Livingston and Kara Vallow, producers; Brandi Young, animation producer; Ken Wong, director; Albert Calleros and Anthony Lioi, supervising directors; Max Martinez, assistant director; Doug Gallery and Maureen Mlynarczyk, timing supervisors; Eric Bryan, Patrick Buchanan, Jamie H. Huang and Tom Pope, animation timers Fox
Robot Chicken "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III" Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, executive producers/written by; Keith Crofford and Mike Lazzo, executive producers; Tom Root and Douglas Goldstein, co-executive producers/head writers; Alexander Bulkley, Corey Campodonico and Ollie Green, producers; Matthew Ireland Beans, Hugh Davidson, Dan Milano, Mike Fasolo, Geoff Johns, Hugh Sterbakov, Breckin Meyer, Kevin Shinick and Zeb Wells, written by; Chris McKay, directed by; Savelen Forrest, animation director Cartoon Network
South Park "Crack Baby Athletic Association" Trey Parker, executive producer/writer/director; Matt Stone and Anne Garefino, executive producers; Frank C. Agnone II, supervising producer; Eric Stough, Bruce Howell, Adrien Beard, Vernon Chatman and Bill Hader, producers; Ryan Quincy, animation producers; Jack Shih and Jenny Yu, directors of animation Comedy Central
The Simpsons "Angry Dad: The Movie" James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean and Matt Selman, executive producers; John Frink, executive producer/written by; Kevin Curran, J. Stewart Burns, Michael Price, Bill Odenkirk, Marc Wilmore, Joel H. Cohen, Rob LaZebnik, Matt Warburton, Jeff Westbrook and Brian Kelley, co-executive producers; Larina Jean Adamson, supervising producer; Tom Klein, animation producer; Matthew Nastuk, directed by; Mike B. Anderson, supervising director; Alex Ruiz, assistant director; Sam Im, lead animation timer Fox
201112
(64th)
[51]
The Penguins of Madagascar "The Return of the Revenge of Dr. Blowhole" Robert Schooley and Mark McCorkle, executive producers/written by; Bret Haaland, co-executive producer; Nicholas Filippi, Chris Neuhahn and Ant Ward, supervising producers; Andrew Huebner, producer; Dave Knott, supervising director; Shaun Cashman, Steve Loter and Christo Stamboliev, animation directors Nickelodeon
American Dad! "Hot Water" Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker, Matt Weitzman, Rick Wiener, Kenny Schwartz and Nahnatchka Khan, executive producers; Jonathan Fener and Brian Boyle, co-executive producers; Murray Miller and Judah Miller, co-executive producers/writers; Erik Sommers, supervising producer; Kara Vallow, Laura McCreary and Erik Durbin, producers; Diana Ritchey, animation producer; Chris Bennett, director; Ron Hughart and Brent Woods, supervising directors; Ralph Fernan, assistant director; David Bastian and Bill Buchanan, timing supervisors Fox
Bob's Burgers "Burgerboss" Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive, executive producers; Kit Boss, co-executive producer; Dan Fybel and Rich Rinaldi, supervising producers; Mark McJimsey, animation executive producer/supervising producer; Jon Schroeder, producer; Joel Kuwahara and Scott D. Greenberg, animation executive producers; Malisa Caroselli and Janelle Momary, animation producers; Scott Jacobson, written by; Jennifer Coyle, director; Randy Ludensky, animation timing supervisor
Futurama "The Tip of the Zoidberg" Matt Groening and David X. Cohen, executive producers; Ken Keeler, executive producer/writer; Patric M. Verrone, Josh Weinstein, Eric Horsted, Michael Rowe and Dan Vebber, co-executive producers; Lee Supercinski and Claudia Katz, producers; Gregg Vanzo, animation executive producer; Peter Avanzino, supervising director; Raymie Muzquiz, director; Aldin Baroza, assistant director; Scott Vanzo, director of computer graphics Comedy Central
The Simpsons "Holidays of Future Passed" James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Matt Selman and John Frink, executive producers; J. Stewart Burns, co-executive producer/written by; Kevin Curran, Michael Price, Bill Odenkirk, Marc Wilmore, Joel H. Cohen, Rob LaZebnik, Matt Warburton, Jeff Westbrook and Brian Kelley, co-executive producers; Larina Jean Adamson, supervising producer; Tom Klein, animation producer; Mike B. Anderson, supervising director; Rob Oliver, director; Richard Manginsay, assistant director; Sam Im, lead animation timer Fox
201213
(65th)
[52]
South Park "Raising the Bar" Trey Parker, executive producer/written by/directed by; Matt Stone and Anne Garefino, executive producers; Frank C. Agnone II, supervising producer; Eric Stough, Bruce Howell, Adrien Beard and Vernon Chatman, producers; Jack Shih and Jenny Yu, directors of animation Comedy Central
Bob's Burgers "O.T.: The Outside Toilet" Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive, executive producers; Joel Kuwahara, Scott D. Greenberg and Mark McJimsey, animation executive producers; Kit Boss, Dan Fybel, Rich Rinaldi, Gregory Thompson and Jon Schroeder, co-executive producers; Nora Smith, producer; Janelle Momary, animation producer; Lizzie Molyneux and Wendy Molyneux, written by; Bernard Derriman, supervising director; Anthony Chun, director; Randy Ludensky, animation timing supervisor Fox
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness "Enter the Dragon" Peter Hastings, executive producer/written by; Bret Haaland, co-executive producer; Kyoung Joon Hwang, animation executive producer; Randy Dormans and Gabe Swarr, supervising producers; Andrew Huebner, produced by; Scott Kreamer, written by; Gene Grillo and Douglas Langdale, writers; Aaron Hammersley and Michael Mullen, directed by Nickelodeon
Regular Show "The Christmas Special" J.G. Quintel, executive producer/writer/directed by; Brian A. Miller, Jennifer Pelphrey, Curtis Lelash and Rob Sorcher, executive producers; Mike Roth, supervising producer/writer/directed by; Ryan Slater, producer; Sean Szeles, Kat Morris, Benton Connor and Hilary Florido, written by; Matt Price and Michele Cavin, writers; John Davis Infantino, writer/supervising director; Robert Alvarez, animation director; Gi-ho Hwang and Yu-Seong Kim, overseas directors Cartoon Network
The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror XXIII" James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Matt Selman and John Frink, executive producers; Kevin Curran, J. Stewart Burns, Michael Price, Bill Odenkirk, Marc Wilmore, Joel H. Cohen, Rob LaZebnik, Matt Warburton and Jeff Westbrook, co-executive producers; Tom Klein, animation producer; Mike B. Anderson, supervising director; Peter Gomez, assistant director; Richard Gasparian, lead animation timer; Steven Dean Moore, directed by; David Mandel and Brian Kelley, written by Fox
201314
(66th)
[53]
Bob's Burgers "Mazel-Tina" Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive, executive producers; Dan Fybel, Rich Rinaldi, Gregory Thompson and Jon Schroeder, co-executive producers; Mark McJimsey, supervising producer/animation executive producer; Nora Smith, supervising producer; Scott Jacobson, producer; Joel Kuwahara and Scott D. Greenberg, animation executive producers; Janelle Momary, animation producer; Holly Schlesinger, written by; Brian LoSchiavo, director; Bernard Derriman, supervising director; Randy Ludensky, animation timing supervisor Fox
Archer "Archer Vice: The Rules of Extraction" Adam Reed, executive producer/written by; Matt Thompson, executive producer; Bryan Fordney, producer/animation director; Neal Holman, Eric Sims and Casey Willis, producers FX
Futurama "Meanwhile" Matt Groening, David X. Cohen and Ken Keeler, executive producers; Josh Weinstein, executive producer/written by; Eric Horsted, Dan Vebber, Michael Rowe and Patric M. Verrone, co-executive producers; Lee Supercinski and Claudia Katz, producers; Gregg Vanzo, animation executive producer; Scott Vanzo, director of computer graphics; Peter Avanzino, supervising director/directed by; David D. Au, assistant director Comedy Central
South Park "Black Friday" Trey Parker, (executive producer/written by/directed by; Matt Stone, Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II, executive producers; Eric Stough, Bruce Howell, Adrien Beard, Vernon Chatman and Bill Hader, producers; Jack Shih and Jenny Yu, directors of animation
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "The Manhattan Project" Peter Hastings, executive producer; Ciro Nieli, executive producer/supervising director; Ant Ward, supervising producer; MacGregor Middleton, producer; Brandon Auman and John Shirley, written by; Michael Chang and Alan Wan, directed by Nickelodeon
20142015
(67th)
[54]
Over the Garden Wall Patrick McHale, executive producer/story by; Rob Sorcher, Curtis Lelash, Brian A. Miller and Jennifer Pelphrey, executive producers; Pernelle Hayes, producer; Amalia Levari and Tom Herpich, story by; Bert Youn, written by; Robert Alvarez, Larry Leichliter, Eddy Houchins and Ken Bruce, animation directors Cartoon Network
Archer "Pocket Listing" Adam Reed, executive producer/writer; Matt Thompson, executive producer; Casey Willis, co-executive producer; Bryan Fordney, producer/animation director; Neal Holman and Eric Sims, producers FX
Bob's Burgers "Can't Buy Me Math" Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive, executive producers; Dan Fybel, co-executive producer/written by; Rich Rinaldi, Gregory Thompson and Jon Schroeder, co-executive producers; Mark McJimsey, supervising producer/animation executive producer; Nora Smith, supervising producer; Scott Jacobson, Steven Davis, Kelvin Yu, Lizzie Molyneux, Wendy Molyneux and Holly Schlesinger, producers; Scott D. Greenberg and Joel Kuwahara, animation executive producers; Janelle Momary, animation producer; Tyree Dillihay, director; Bernard Derriman, supervising director; Gordon Kent, animation timing Fox
South Park "Freemium Isn't Free" Trey Parker, executive producer/directed by; Matt Stone, Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II, executive producers; Eric Stough, Bruce Howell, Adrien Beard, Vernon Chatman and Bill Hader, producers; Jack Shih, animation producer; Jenny Yu, director of animation Comedy Central
The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror XXV" James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Matt Selman and John Frink, executive producers; Kevin Curran, J. Stewart Burns, Michael Price, Bill Odenkirk, Marc Wilmore, Joel H. Cohen, Rob LaZebnik, Jeff Westbrook and Brian Kelley, co-executive producers; Larina Jean Adamson, supervising producer; Tom Klein, animation producer; Stephanie Gillis, written by; Matthew Faughnan, directed by; Mike B. Anderson, supervising director; Chris Clements, assistant director; Scott Brutz, lead animation timer Fox
20152016
(68th)
[55]
Archer "The Figgis Agency" Adam Reed, executive producer/writer; Matt Thompson, executive producer; Casey Willis, co-executive producer; Jeff Fastner, Neal Holman, Chad Hurd and Eric Sims, producers; Bryan Fordney, producer/animation director FX
Bob's Burgers "The Horse Rider-er" Loren Bouchard, Jim Dauterive, Dan Fybel and Rich Rinaldi, executive producers; Gregory Thompson, Jon Schroeder and Scott Jacobson, co-executive producers; Nora Smith, co-executive producer/written by; Steven Davis, Kelvin Yu, Lizzie Molyneux, Wendy Molyneux and Holly Schlesinger, supervising producers; Joel Kuwahara and Scott D. Greenberg, animation executive producers; Janelle Momary, produced by; Bernard Derriman, supervising director; Tyree Dillihay, director; Mauricio Pardo, assistant director Fox
Phineas and Ferb "Last Day of Summer" Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, executive producers; Robert F. Hughes, producer/directed by; Danielle Vetere, Scott D. Peterson, Jim Bernstein and Martin Olson, story by; Aliki Theofilopoulos, Bernie Petterson, Calvin Suggs, John Mathot, Joshua Pruett, Kaz, Kim Roberson and Michael Diederich, written by; Sue Perrotto, directed by; Russell Calabrese and Derek Lee Thompson, assistant directors Disney XD
The Simpsons "Halloween of Horror" James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Matt Selman and John Frink,(executive producers; Kevin Curran, J. Stewart Burns, Michael Price, Bill Odenkirk, Marc Wilmore, Joel H. Cohen, Rob LaZebnik, Jeff Westbrook and Brian Kelley, co-executive producers; Larina Jean Adamson, supervising producer; Tom Klein, animation producer; Carolyn Omine, written by; Mike B. Anderson, directed by; Jennifer Moeller and Norman Auble, assistant directors; Robert Ingram, lead animation timer Fox
South Park "You're Not Yelping" Trey Parker, executive producer/directed by; Matt Stone, Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II, executive producers; Vernon Chatman, Eric Stough, Adrien Beard and Bruce Howell, producers; Jack Shih, animation producer; Jenny Yu, director of animation Comedy Central

Programs with multiple awardsEdit

Programs with multiple nominationsEdit

NotesEdit

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