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The TCA Career Achievement Award is an award given by the Television Critics Association.[1] The Career Achievement Award annually honors an individual who has inspired his or her work in television. In 2014, director James Burrows became the 30th recipient of the award.[2]

Winners and nomineesEdit

Year Winner Other nominees
19841985
(1st)
Grant Tinker
  • n/a
19851986
(2nd)
Walter Cronkite
19861987
(3rd)
Hill Street Blues (NBC)
19871988
(4th)
David Brinkley
19881989
(5th)
Lucille Ball
19891990
(6th)
Jim Henson
19901991
(7th)
Brandon Tartikoff
19911992
(8th)
Johnny Carson
19921993
(9th)
Bob Hope
19931994
(10th)
Charles Kuralt
19941995
(11th)
Ted Turner
19951996
(12th)
Angela Lansbury
19961997
(13th)
Fred Rogers
19971998
(14th)
Roone Arledge
19981999
(15th)
Norman Lear
19992000
(16th)
Dick Van Dyke
20002001
(17th)
Sid Caesar
20012002
(18th)
Bill Cosby (rescinded)
20022003
(19th)
Carl Reiner
20032004
(20th)
Don Hewitt
  • No other nominees
20042005
(21st)
Bob Newhart
  • No other nominees
20052006
(22nd)
Carol Burnett
  • No other nominees
20062007
(23rd)
Mary Tyler Moore
  • No other nominees
20072008
(24th)
Lorne Michaels
20082009
(25th)
Betty White
  • No other nominees
20092010
(26th)
James Garner
20102011
(27th)
Oprah Winfrey
20112012
(28th)
David Letterman
20122013
(29th)
Barbara Walters
20132014
(30th)
James Burrows
20142015
(31st)
James L. Brooks
  • No other nominees
20152016
(32nd)
Lily Tomlin
  • No other nominees
20162017
(33rd)
Ken Burns
  • No other nominees
20172018
(34th)
Rita Moreno
  • No other nominees

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Past winners of the TCA Awards". Television Critics Association.
  2. ^ Birnbaum, Debra (July 19, 2014). "'Breaking Bad,' 'True Detective' Win at TCA Awards". Variety. Retrieved July 19, 2014.

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