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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie

This is a list of the winners of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Made for Television Movie, which is awarded since 1992. The category was originally called Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special.[1]

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie
Awarded for Outstanding Television Movie
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1973
Currently held by Sherlock: The Abominable Bride (2016)
Website emmys.com

In 1991, Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special category was merged with Outstanding Miniseries category to form Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special and Miniseries and the number of nominations increased from five to six.[2] For this year, two miniseries had competed with four "made for television movies". The following year, 1992, the new category was split to re-form the Outstanding Miniseries and Outstanding Made for Television Movie categories.

In 2011, the category was merged with the Outstanding Limited Series category to create the Outstanding Miniseries or Movie category.[3] However, in 2014, the decision was reversed, and the separate Miniseries and Television Movie categories were reinstated.[4]

In the history of this category, there has been four incidents of ties. The first occurred in 1976 when Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years tied with Sybil, the second occurred in 1989 when Day One tied with Roe vs. Wade, the third occurred in 1990 when Caroline? tied with The Incident, and the fourth occurred in 1993 when Barbarians at the Gate tied with Stalin.

Contents

Winners and nominationsEdit

1970sEdit

Year Program Producers Network
19721973
(25th)[5][6]
A War of Children Roger Gimbel, executive producer; George Schaefer, producer CBS
Long Day's Journey into Night Cecil Clarke, executive producer ABC
The Marcus-Nelson Murders Abby Mann, executive producer; Matthew Rapf, producer CBS
The Red Pony Frederick H. Brogger, producer NBC
That Certain Summer Richard Levinson and William Link, producer ABC
19731974
(26th)[5][7]
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman Robert W. Christiansen and Rick Rosenberg, producers CBS
6 Rms Riv Vu Joe Hamilton, producer CBS
The Execution of Private Slovik Richard Levinson and William Link, executive producers; Richard Dubelman, producer NBC
The Migrants Tom Gries, producer CBS
Steambath Norman Lloyd, executive producer PBS
19741975
(27th)[5][8]
The Law William Sackheim, producer NBC
Love Among the Ruins Allan Davis, producer ABC
The Missiles of October Irv Wilson, executive producer; Herbert Brodkin and Robert Berger, producers
QB VII Douglas S. Cramer, producer
Queen of the Stardust Ballroom Robert Christiansen and Rick Rosenberg, producers CBS
19751976
(28th)[5][9]
Eleanor and Franklin David Susskind, executive producer; Harry R. Sherman and Audrey Maas, producers NBC
Babe Norman Felton and Stanley Rubin, producers CBS
Fear on Trial Alan Landsburg and Laurence D. Savadove, executive producers; Stanley Chase, producers NBC
The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case David Gerber, executive producer; Buzz Kulik, producer CBS
A Moon for the Misbegotten David Susskind and Audrey Maas, producers
19761977
(29th)[5][10]
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years David Susskind, executive producer; Harry R. Sherman, producer ABC
Sybil Peter Dunne and Philip Capice, executive producers; Jacqueline Babbin, producer NBC
Harry S Truman: Plain Speaking David Susskind, producer PBS
Raid on Entebbe Edgar J. Scherick and Daniel H. Blatt, executive producers NBC
21 Hours at Munich Edward S. Feldman, executive producer; Frank von Zerneck and Robert Greenwald, producers ABC
19771978
(30th)[5][11]
The Gathering Joseph Barbera, executive producer; Harry R. Sherman, producer ABC
A Death in Canaan Robert W. Christiansen and Rick Rosenberg, producers CBS
Jesus of Nazareth Bernard J. Kingham, executive producer; Vincenzo Labella, producer NBC
Our Town Saul Jaffe, executive producer; George Schaefer, producer
Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy Bill McCutchen, producer ABC
19781979
(31st)[5][12]
Friendly Fire Martin Starger, executive producer; Philip Barry Jr., producer; Fay Kanin, co-producer ABC
Dummy Frank Konigsberg, executive producer; Sam Manners and Ernest Tidyman, producers CBS
First, You Cry Philip Barry Jr., producer
The Jericho Mile Tim Zinnemann, producer ABC
Summer of My German Soldier Linda Gottlieb, producer NBC

1980sEdit

Year Program Producers Network
19791980
(32nd)[13]
The Miracle Worker Raymond Katz and Sandy Gallin, executive producers; Fred Coe, producer NBC
All Quiet on the Western Front Martin Starger, executive producer; Norman Rosemont, producer CBS
Amber Waves Philip Mandelker, executive producer; Stanley Kallis, producer ABC
Gideon's Trumpet John Houseman, executive producer; David W. Rintels, producer CBS
Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones Frank Konigsberg, executive producer; Ernest Tidyman and Sam Manners, producers
19801981
(33rd)[14]
Playing for Time Linda Yellen, executive producer; John E. Quill, co-producer CBS
Evita Peron Harry Evans Sloan, Lawrence Kuppin and Selma Jaffe, executive producers; Fred Baum, supervising producer; Marvin J. Chomsky, producer; David R. Ames, co-producer NBC
Fallen Angel Jim Green and Allen S. Epstein, executive producers; Lew Hunter and Audrey A. Blasdel, executive producers CBS
The Shadow Box Jill Marti and Susan Kendall Newman, producers ABC
The Women's Room Philip Mandelker, executive producer; Glenn Jordan, supervising producer; Kip Gowans and Anna Cottle, producers
19811982
(34th)[15]
A Woman Called Golda Harve Bennett, executive producer; Gene Corman, producer Syndicated
Bill Alan Landsburg, executive producer; Mel Stuart, producer CBS
The Elephant Man Martin Starger, executive producer; Richmond Crinkley, producer ABC
Inside the Third Reich E. Jack Neuman, producer
Skokie Herbert Brodkin, executive producer; Robert Berger, producer CBS
19821983
(35th)[16]
Special Bulletin Don Ohlmeyer, executive producer; Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick, producers NBC
Little Gloria... Happy at Last Scott Rudin and Edgar J. Scherick, executive producers; Justine Héroux and David Nicksay, producers NBC
M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Drivers David Moessinger, executive producer; Douglas Benton, supervising producer; Michael Braverman, producer
The Scarlet Pimpernel Mark Shelmerdine, executive producer; David Conroy, producer CBS
Who Will Love My Children? Paula Levenback and Wendy Riche, producers ABC
19831984
(36th)[17]
Something About Amelia Leonard Goldberg, executive producer; Michele Rappaport, producer ABC
Adam Alan Landsburg and Joan Barnett, executive producers; Linda Otto, producer NBC
The Day After Robert Papazian, producer ABC
The Dollmaker Bruce Gilbert, executive producer; Bill Finnegan, producer
A Streetcar Named Desire Keith Barish and Craig Baumgarten, executive producers; Marc Trabulus, producer
19841985
(37th)[18]
Do You Remember Love Dave Bell, executive producer; Marilyn Hall, co-executive producer; Wayne Threm and James Thompson, producers; Walter Halsey Davis, co-producer CBS
The Burning Bed Jon Avnet and Steve Tisch, executive producers; Carol Schreder, producer; Rose Leiman Goldemberg, co-producer NBC
Fatal Vision Mike Rosenfeld and Dan Wigutow, executive producers; Richard L. O'Connor, producer
Heartsounds Norman Lear, executive producer; Fay Kanin and Fern Field, producers ABC
Wallenberg: A Hero's Story Richard Berg, executive producer; Richard Irving, producer; Lamont Johnson and Phillip Levitan, co-producers NBC
19851986
(38th)[19]
Love Is Never Silent Marian Rees, executive producer; Julianna Field, co-executive producer; Dorothea G. Petrie, producer NBC
Amos Peter Douglas, executive producer; Bill Finnegan and Sheldon Pinchuk, producers CBS
Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller and Dustin Hoffman, executive producers; Robert F. Colesberry, producer
An Early Frost Perry Lafferty, producer; Art Seidel, co-producer NBC
Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry Merrill H. Karpf, executive producer; George Schaefer, producer; James Prideaux, co-producer CBS
19861987
(39th)[20]
Promise Peter K. Duchow and James Garner, executive producers; Glenn Jordan, producer; Richard Friedenberg, co-producer CBS
Escape from Sobibor Martin Starger, executive producer; Dennis E. Doty, producer; Howard P. Alston, co-producer CBS
LBJ: The Early Years Louis Rudolph, executive producer; John Brice and Sandra Saxon Brice, producers NBC
Pack of Lies Robert Halmi Jr., executive producer; Robert Halmi Sr., producer CBS
Unnatural Causes Blue André and Robert M. Myman, executive producers; Stephen Doran and Martin M. Goldstein, co-producers NBC
19871988
(40th)[21]
Inherit the Wind Peter Douglas, executive producer; Robert Papazian, producer NBC
The Ann Jillian Story Andrea Baynes, executive producer; Peter J. Thompson, producer NBC
The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank Michael Lepiner and Kenneth Kaufman, executive producers; David Cunliffe and William Hanley, co-executive producers; John Erman, supervising producer; Marjorie Kalins, Timothy J. Fee and Nick Gillott, producers ABC
Foxfire Marian Rees, executive producer; Dorothea G. Petrie, producer CBS
The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story Jim Calio and David Hume Kennerly, executive producers; Jay Benson, producer NBC
19881989
(41st)[22]
Day One Aaron Spelling and E. Duke Vincent, executive producers; David W. Rintels, producer CBS
Roe vs. Wade Michael Manheim, executive producer; Gregory Hoblit, producer; Alison Cross, co-producer NBC
David Donald March, producer; John Erman, supervising producer ABC
Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story Bob Cooper, Abby Mann and Graham Benson, executive producers; John Kemeny, producer HBO
My Name Is Bill W. Peter K. Duchow and James Garner, executive producers; Daniel Petrie, producer ABC

1990sEdit

Year Program Producers Network
19891990
(42nd)[23]
Caroline? Les Alexander, Dan Enright and Don Enright, executive producers; Joseph Broido and Barbara Hiser, co-executive producers; Dorothea G. Petrie, producer CBS
The Incident Robert Halmi Jr., executive producer; Bill Brademan and Edwin Self, producers
The Final Days Stu Samuels, executive producer; Richard L. O'Connor, producer; Susan Weber-Gold, co-producer ABC
A Killing in a Small Town Bruce J. Sallan, executive producer; Dan Witt and Courtney Pledger, producers; Cynthia Cidre, co-producer CBS
Murder in Mississippi David L. Wolper and Bernard Sofronski, executive producers; Tova Laiter, co-executive producer; Mark Wolper, producer NBC
  • In 1991, the category was retired; the 1991 television movies competed in the Outstanding Drama/Comedy Special and Miniseries category. The Academy reversed their addition the following year and movies competed in their own separate category again.
Year Program Producers Network
19911992
(44th)[24]
Miss Rose White Marian Rees, executive producer; Andrea Baynes and Francine Lefrak, co-executive producer; Anne Hopkins, producer NBC
Doing Time on Maple Drive Paul Lussier, executive producer Fox
Homefront David Jacobs, Lynn Marie Latham and Bernard Lechowick, executive producers; Christopher Chulack, producer ABC
I'll Fly Away: Then and Now Joshua Brand and John Falsey, executive producers; Ian Sander, producer; John Forrest Niss, co-producer NBC
Without Warning: The James Brady Story David Puttnam, executive producer; Fred Berner, producer HBO
19921993
(45th)[25]
Barbarians at the Gate Thomas M. Hammel and Glenn Jordan, executive producers; Ray Stark, producer; Marykay Powell, co-producer HBO
Stalin Mark Carliner, producer; Donald L. West, line producer; Ilene Kahn Power, co-producer
Citizen Cohn Mark Rosenberg, Paula Weinstein and Linda Gottlieb, executive producers; Doro Bachrach, producer HBO
The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom Frederick S. Pierce and Kyle A. Heinrich, executive producers; James Manos Jr., producer
Tru Lindsay Law and Samuel Paul, executive producers; Michael Bronson, producer PBS
19931994
(46th)[26]
And the Band Played On Aaron Spelling and E. Duke Vincent, executive producers; Midge Sanford and Sarah Pillsbury, producers HBO
Breathing Lessons Richard Welsh, executive producer; Andrew Gottlieb, supervising producer; John Erman, producer; Brent Shields, co-producer CBS
Gypsy Robert Halmi Sr., Craig Zadan, Neil Meron and Bonnie Bruckheimer, executive producers; Emile Ardolino and Cindy Gilmore, producers
A Place for Annie Marcy Gross and Ann Weston, executive producers; Diane Walsh, producer; Cathleen Young and Lee Guthrie, co-producers ABC
To Dance with the White Dog Patricia Clifford and Richard Welsh, executive producers; Bruce Savin, co-executive producer; Glenn Jordan, producer; Brent Shields, co-producer CBS
19941995
(47th)[27]
Indictment: The McMartin Trial Oliver Stone, Janet Yang and Abby Mann, executive producers; Diana Pokorny, producer HBO
The Burning Season David Puttnam, executive producer; John Frankenheimer and Thomas M. Hammel, producers; Diane Batson-Smith, co-producer HBO
Citizen X Matthew Chapman, Laura Bickford and David R. Ginsburg, executive producers; Timothy Marx, producer
The Piano Lesson Richard Welsh and Craig Anderson, executive producers; August Wilson, producer; Robert Huddleston, line producer; Brent Shields, co-producer CBS
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story Barbra Streisand, Glenn Close, Craig Zadan, Neil Meron and Cis Corman, executive producers; Richard Heus, producer NBC
19951996
(48th)[28]
Truman Paula Weinstein and Anthea Sylbert, executive producers; Doro Bachrach, producer HBO
Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story Bernard Sofronski, executive producer; Adam Haight, line producer Lifetime
The Heidi Chronicles Michael Brandman, executive producer; Leanne Moore, co-executive producer; Steven J. Brandman, co-producer TNT
The Late Shift Ivan Reitman, executive producer; Joe Medjuck and Daniel Goldberg, co-executive producers; Don Carmody, producer HBO
Tuskegee Airmen Frank Price, executive producer; Robert Williams, co-executive producer; Bill Carraro, producer; Carol Bahoric, co-producer
19961997
(49th)[29]
Miss Evers' Boys Robert Benedetti and Laurence Fishburne, executive producers; Derek Kavanagh and Kip Konwiser, producers; Kern Konwiser and Peter Stelzer, co-producers HBO
Bastard out of Carolina Gary Hoffman, executive producer; Amanda DiGiulio, producer Showtime
Gotti Gary Lucchesi, executive producer; David Coatsworth, producer; Robert McMinn, co-producer HBO
If These Walls Could Talk Suzanne Todd and Demi Moore, executive producers; Laura Greenlee, line producer; J.J. Klein, associate producer
In the Gloaming Frederick Zollo, Nicholas Paleologos and Michael J. Fuchs, executive producers; Nellie Nugiel, producer; Bonnie Timmermann, co-producer
19971998
(50th)[30]
Don King: Only in America Thomas Carter, executive producer; David Blocker, producer HBO
A Bright Shining Lie Lois Bonfiglio, executive producer; Greg Ricketson, producer HBO
Gia Marvin Worth, Ilene Kahn Power and David R. Ginsburg, executive producers; James D. Brubaker, producer
12 Angry Men Terence A. Donnelly, producer Showtime
What the Deaf Man Heard Richard Welsh, executive producer; Brent Shields, co-executive producer; Tom Luse, supervising producer CBS
19981999
(51st)[31]
A Lesson Before Dying Ellen M. Krass, Joel Stillerman and Ted Demme, executive producers; Robert Benedetti, producer HBO
The Baby Dance Jodie Foster, Robert Halmi Jr., Tony Allard and Matthew O'Connor, executive producers; Meg LeFauve and Vicky Herman, producers Showtime
Dash and Lilly Stan Margulies, Antony Root and Delia Fine, executive producers; Craig McNeil and Jerrold L. Ludwig, producers A&E
Pirates of Silicon Valley Nick Lombardo and Steven Haft, executive producers; Leanne Moore, producer TNT
The Rat Pack Neal H. Moritz, executive producer; Fred C. Caruso, producer HBO

2000sEdit

Year Program Producers Network
19992000
(52nd) [32]
Tuesdays with Morrie Oprah Winfrey and Kate Forte, executive producers; Jennifer Ogden, supervising producer ABC
Annie Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Chris Montan and Marykay Powell, executive producers; John Whitman, producer ABC
If These Walls Could Talk 2 Suzanne Todd, Jennifer Todd and Ellen DeGeneres, executive producers; Mary Kane, producer HBO
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Moctesuma Esparza, Robert Katz, Joshua D. Maurer, Halle Berry and Vincent Cirrincione, executive producers; Larry Y. Albucher, producer
RKO 281 Ridley Scott and Tony Scott, executive producers; Diane Minter Lewis and Chris Zarpas, co-executive producer; Su Armstrong, producer
20002001
(53rd) [33]
Wit Cary Brokaw and Mike Nichols, executive producers; Simon Bosanquet, producer HBO
61* Billy Crystal and Ross Greenburg, executive producers; Robert F. Colesberry, producer HBO
Conspiracy Frank Doelger, Frank Pierson, David M. Thompson and Peter Zinner, executive producers; Nick Gillott, producer
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story Jellybean Benitez and Andy García, executive producers; Celia Costas, producer
Laughter on the 23rd Floor Emanuel Azenberg and Neil Simon, executive producers; Jeffrey Lampert, producer Showtime
20012002
(54th) [34]
The Gathering Storm Ridley Scott, Tony Scott and Julie Payne, executive producers; Tracey Scoffield, executive producer for BBC; Lisa Ellzey, co-executive producer; David M. Thompson and Frank Doelger, producers HBO
Dinner with Friends Norman Jewison, Margo Lion, Daryl Roth and Laura Ziskin, executive producers; Patrick Markey, producer HBO
James Dean Bill Gerber and Mark Rydell, executive producers; George W. Perkins, produced by TNT
The Laramie Project Anne Carey, Ted Hope and Ross Katz, executive producers; Roy Gabay and Peter Cane, co-executive producers; Declan Baldwin, producer HBO
Path to War Cary Brokaw, Howard Dratch, John Frankenheimer and Edgar J. Scherick, executive producers; Guy Riedel, producer
20022003
(55th) [35]
Door to Door Dan Angel, Billy Brown and David A. Rosemont, executive producers; Robert J. King and Forest Whitaker, co-executive producers; Warren Carr, producer TNT
Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story Barnet Bain, Tom Patricia and Stephen Simon, executive producers; Liz Murray and Alan Nevins, co-executive producers; Michael Mahoney, produced by Lifetime
Live from Baghdad Sara Colleton and Rosalie Swedlin, executive producers; George W. Perkins, producer HBO
My House in Umbria Robert Allan Ackerman and Frank Doelger, executive producers; Ann Wingate, producer
Normal Cary Brokaw and Lydia Pilcher, executive producers
20032004
(56th) [36]
Something the Lord Made Robert W. Cort, Eric Hetzel and David Madden, executive producers; Michael Drake and Julian Krainin, producers HBO
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Larry Gelbart, Mark Gordon and Joshua D. Maurer, executive producers; Gary Levinsohn, co-executive producer; Diane Sillan Isaacs, Sue Jett and Tony Mark, producers HBO
Ike: Countdown to D-Day Lionel Chetwynd, Delia Fine and Stephanie Germain, executive producers; David Craig, supervising producer; Dennis Brown, produced by A&E
The Lion in Winter Robert Halmi Jr., Robert Halmi Sr., Wendy Neuss-Stewart, Martin Poll and Patrick Stewart, executive producers; Dyson Lovell, producer Showtime
The Reagans Neil Meron and Craig Zadan, executive producers; Robert Allan Ackerman and Dave Mace, co-executive producers; Lynn Raynor, producer
20042005
(57th) [37]
Warm Springs Celia Costas and Mark Gordon, executive producers; Chrisann Verges, producer HBO
Lackawanna Blues Halle Berry, Vincent Cirrincione, Ruben Santiago-Hudson and Shelby Stone, executive producers; Nellie Rachel Nugiel, producer HBO
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Freddy DeMann, George S. J. Faber, Charles Pattinson and David M. Thompson, executive producers; Simon Bosanquet, producer
The Office Special Anil Gupta and Jon Plowman, executive producers; Paul Lee, executive producer for BBC America; Ash Atalla, producer BBC America
The Wool Cap Elaine Frontain Bryant, Frances Croke Page and David A. Rosemont, executive producers; William H. Macy and Steven Schachter, producers; Irene Litinsky, produced by TNT
20052006
(58th) [38]
The Girl in the Café Paul Abbott and Richard Curtis, executive producers; Hilary Bevan Jones, produced by HBO
Flight 93 David Gerber, executive producer; Clara George, produced by A&E
The Flight That Fought Back Christina Bavetta and Philip Marlow, producers; Phil Craig, produced by Discovery Channel
Mrs. Harris Elizabeth Karlsen, Pamela Koffler, Christine Vachon and John Wells, executive producers; Chrisann Verges, produced by HBO
Yesterday Sudhir Pragjee and Sanjeev Singh, executive producers; Anant Singh and Helena Spring, produced by
20062007
(59th) [39]
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Tom Thayer and Dick Wolf, executive producers; Yves Simoneau, co-executive producer; Clara George, produced by HBO
9/11: The Twin Towers Richard Dale, Denys Blakeway and Bill Howard, executive producers; Tim Goodchild, producer Discovery Channel
Longford Peter Morgan and Andy Harries, executive producers; Helen Flint, produced by HBO
The Ron Clark Story Howard Burkons, Brenda Friend, Adam Gilad, Sunta Izzicupo, Jody Brockway and Frances Croke Page, executive producers; Craig McNeil, produced by TNT
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy Jack Grossbart and Linda L. Kent, executive producers; Peter Werner, co-executive producer; Terry Gould, produced by Lifetime
20072008
(60th) [40]
Recount Paula Weinstein, Len Amato, Sydney Pollack and Jay Roach, executive producers; Michael Hausman, produced by HBO
Bernard and Doris Jonathan Cavendish, Adam Kassen, Mark Kassen, Bob Balaban, Dana Brunetti and Kevin Spacey, executive producers; Mark Olsen, co-executive producer HBO
Extras: The Extra Special Series Finale Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant and Jon Plowman, executive producers; Charlie Hanson, producer
The Memory Keeper's Daughter Howard Braunstein and Michael Jaffe, executive producers; Michael Mahoney, produced by Lifetime
A Raisin in the Sun Craig Zadan, Neil Meron, Sean Combs, Carl Rumbaugh, Susan Batson and David Binder, executive producers; John M. Eckert, produced by ABC
20082009
(61st) [41]
Grey Gardens Lucy Barzun Donnelly, Rachael Horovitz and Michael Sucsy, executive producers; David Coatsworth, produced by HBO
Coco Chanel Carrie Stein, executive producer; Luca Bernabei and Christian Duguay, producers Lifetime
Into the Storm Ridley Scott and David M. Thompson, executive producers; Frank Doelger, Tracey Scoffield, Julie Payne and Ann Wingate, produced by HBO
Prayers for Bobby Stanley M. Brooks, David Permut, Daniel Sladek and Chris Taaffe, executive producers; Damian Ganczewski, producer Lifetime
Taking Chance Brad Krevoy, Cathy Wischner-Sola and Ross Katz, executive producers; William Teitler, co-executive producers; Lori Keith Douglas, produced by HBO

2010sEdit

Year Program Producers Network
20092010
(62nd) [42]
Temple Grandin Gil Bellows, Dante Di Loreto, Anthony Edwards, Paul Lister, Alison Owen and Emily Gerson Saines, executive producers; Scott Ferguson, producer HBO
Endgame David Aukin and Hal Vogel, producers PBS
Georgia O'Keeffe Joan Allen, Joshua D. Maurer and Alixandre Witlin, executive producers; Tony Mark, producer Lifetime
Moonshot Richard Dale and Juliette Howell, executive producers; Tim Goodchild and Michael Robins, producers History
The Special Relationship Andy Harries, Kathleen Kennedy, Christine Langan, Frank Marshall and Peter Morgan, executive producers; Frank Doelger, Tracey Scoffield and Ann Wingate, producer HBO
You Don't Know Jack Tom Fontana, Steve Lee Jones, Barry Levinson, Lydia Dean Pilcher and Glenn Rigberg, executive producers; Scott Ferguson, producer

From 2011 to 2013, television movies competed in the Outstanding Miniseries or Movie category. On February 19, 2014 it was announced that the category would be separated and the Outstanding Movie and Outstanding Miniseries categories would be divided again.[43]

2010sEdit

Year Program Producers Network
20102011
(63rd)[44]
Downton Abbey (Miniseries) Gareth Neame, Rebecca Eaton, and Julian Fellowes, executive producers; Tony To, Graham Yost, Eugene Kelly, and Bruce C. McKenna, co-executive producer; Nigel Marchant, producer; Liz Trubridge, series producer; PBS
Cinema Verite Gavin Polone and Zanne Devine, executive producers; Karyn McCarthy, producer HBO
The Kennedys (Miniseries) Jonathan Koch, Steve Michaels, Jon Cassar, Stephen Kronish, Michael Prupas, Jamie Paul Rock, Joel Surnow, David McKillop, Dirk Hoogstra, Christine Shipton, and Tara Ellis, executive producers; Brian Gibson, supervising producer ReelzChannel
Mildred Pierce (Miniseries) Christine Vachon, Pamela Koffler, John Wells, and Todd Haynes, executive producers; Ilene S. Landress, co-executive producer HBO
The Pillars of the Earth (Miniseries) David A. Rosemont, Jonas Bauer, Tim Halkin, Michael Prupas, David W. Zucker, Rola Bauer, Ridley Scott, and Tony Scott, executive producers; John Ryan, producer Starz
Too Big to Fail Curtis Hanson, Paula Weinstein, and Jeffrey Levine, executive producers; Carol Fenelon, co-executive producer; Ezra Swerdlow, producer HBO
20112012
(64th)[45]
Game Change Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman, and Jay Roach, executive producers; Danny Strong and Steven Shareshian, co-executive producers; Amy Sayres, producer HBO
American Horror Story (Miniseries) Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Dante Di Loreto, executive producers FX
Hatfields & McCoys (Miniseries) Leslie Greif, Nancy Dubuc, and Dirk Hoogstra, executive producers; Barry Berg, supervising producer; Kevin Costner, Darrell Fetty, Herb Nanas, producer by; and Vlad Paunescu, producer History
Hemingway & Gellhorn Peter Kaufman, Trish Hofmann, James Gandolfini, Alexandra Ryan, and Barbara Turner, executive producers; Nancy Sanders and Mark Armstrong, co-executive producer HBO
Luther (Miniseries) Phillippa Giles, executive producer; Katie Swinden, producer BBC America
Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia Beryl Vertue, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Rebecca Eaton, and Bethan Jones, executive producers; Sue Vertue, producer PBS
20122013
(65th)[46]
Behind the Candelabra Jerry Weintraub, executive producer; Gregory Jacobs, Susan Ekins, and Michael Polaire, producers HBO
American Horror Story: Asylum (Miniseries) Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Dante Di Loreto, and Tim Minear, executive producers; Jennifer Salt, James Wong, Jessica Sharzer, and Bradley Buecker, co-executive producers; and Alexis Martin Woodall, producer FX
The Bible (Miniseries) Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, Richard Bedser, Nancy Dubuc, Dirk Hoogstra, Julian P. Hobbs, executive producers History
Phil Spector Barry Levinson and David Mamet, executive producers; and Michael Hausman, producer HBO
Political Animals (Miniseries) Greg Berlanti, Laurence Mark, and Sarah Caplan, executive producers; and Melissa Kellner Berman, co-executive producer USA
Top of the Lake (Miniseries) Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, and Jane Campion, executive producers; and Philippa Campbell, producer Sundance Channel
20132014
(66th) [47]
The Normal Heart Jason Blum, Dante Di Loreto, Dede Gardner, Ryan Murphy and Brad Pitt, executive producers; Mark Ruffalo, co-executive producer; Scott Ferguson and Alexis Martin Woodall, producers HBO
Killing Kennedy Mary Lisio, Bill O'Reilly, Howard T. Owens, Charlie Parsons, Ridley Scott, Noel Siegel, Teri Weinberg, Richard J. Wells and David W. Zucker, executive producers; Larry Rapaport, producer Nat Geo
Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight Jonathan Cameron, Frank Doelger and Tracey Scoffield, executive producers; Scott Ferguson, producer HBO
Sherlock: His Last Vow Rebecca Eaton, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue and Sue Vertue, executive producers PBS
The Trip to Bountiful Hallie Foote, Bill Haber, Jeffrey M. Hayes and Cicely Tyson, executive producers Lifetime
20142015
(67th) [48]
Bessie Shakim Compere, Queen Latifah, Randi Michel, Shelby Stone, Lili Fini Zanuck and Richard D. Zanuck, executive producers; Ron Schmidt, producer HBO
Agatha Christie's Poirot: Curtain, Poirot's Last Case Michele Buck, Mathew Prichard, Hilary Strong, Karen Thrussell and Damien Timmer, executive producers; David Boulter, producer Acorn TV
Grace of Monaco Arash Amel, Uday Chopra and Pierre-Ange Le Pogam, producers Lifetime
Hello Ladies: The Movie Lee Eisenberg, Stephen Merchant and Gene Stupnitsky, executive producers; Dan Kaplow, producer HBO
Killing Jesus Walon Green, Mary Lisio, Heather Moran, Bill O'Reilly, Charlie Parsons, Ridley Scott, Teri Weinberg and David W. Zucker, executive producers; Aidan Elliott and Mark Huffam, producers Nat Geo
Nightingale Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Elliott Lester, David Oyelowo, Brad Pitt, Josh Weinstock and Katrina Wolfe, executive producers; Lucas Akoskin, Alex Garcia and Jonathan Gray, co-executive producers HBO
20152016
(68th)
[49]
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride Rebecca Eaton, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue and Sue Vertue, executive producers PBS
All the Way Bryan Cranston, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Jay Roach, Robert Schenkkan and Steven Spielberg, executive producers; James Degus and Michelle Graham, co-executive producer; Scott Ferguson, producer HBO
Confirmation Susannah Grant, Michael London, Kerry Washington and Janice Williams, executive producers; Darren Demetre, producer
Luther Elizabeth Kilgarriff, executive producer; Marcus Wilson, producer BBC America
A Very Murray Christmas Roman Coppola, Sofia Coppola, Mitch Glazer, Tony Hernandez and Bill Murray, executive producers; Casey Patterson and Michael Zakin, co-executive producer; Lilly Burns and John Skidmore, producers Netflix
20162017
(69th)
[50]
Black Mirror: San Junipero Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, executive producers; Laurie Borg, producer Netflix
Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love Sam Haskell, Dolly Parton, and Pamela K. Long, executive producers; Hudson Hickman, produced by NBC
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Oprah Winfrey, Carla Gardini, Alan Ball, Peter Macdissi, and Lydia Dean Pilcher, executive producers; Rebecca Skloot, co-executive producer; Kathryn Dean, produced by HBO
Sherlock: The Lying Detective Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue, Sue Vertue, Rebecca Eaton, and Bethan Jones, executive producers PBS
The Wizard of Lies Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro, Berry Welsh, Barry Levinson, and Tom Fontana, executive producers; Jason Sosnoff, co-executive producer; Joseph E. Iberti, produced by HBO

Total awards by networkEdit

  • HBO – 19
  • CBS – 6
  • NBC – 6
  • ABC – 2
  • PBS – 1
  • SYN – 1
  • TNT – 1

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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