The Carol Burnett Show Poster

(1967–1978)

Awards

Golden Globes, USA 1979

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett

Golden Globes, USA 1978

Won
Golden Globe
Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical

Golden Globes, USA 1977

Won
Golden Globe
Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Tim Conway
Best Supporting Actress - Television
Vicki Lawrence

Golden Globes, USA 1976

Won
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Tim Conway
Tied with Edward Asner for Mary Tyler Moore (1970).
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical

Golden Globes, USA 1975

Won
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Harvey Korman
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical
Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Best Supporting Actress - Television
Vicki Lawrence

Golden Globes, USA 1974

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical
Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Harvey Korman

Golden Globes, USA 1973

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Best Supporting Actress - Television
Vicki Lawrence
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Harvey Korman

Golden Globes, USA 1972

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Harvey Korman

Golden Globes, USA 1971

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett

Golden Globes, USA 1970

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical
Carol Burnett
Tied with Julie Sommars for The Governor & J.J. (1969).
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Comedy or Musical

Golden Globes, USA 1969

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show

Golden Globes, USA 1968

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV Star - Female
Carol Burnett
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show

Primetime Emmy Awards 1978

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Special Musical Material
Stan Freeman (music/lyrics)
Arthur Malvin (music/lyrics)
For the mini-musical "Hi-Hat" (episode on 8 January 1978).
Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing for a Series
Tucker Wiard (editor)
For episode "The Final Show" (29 March 1978).
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in Variety or Music
Tim Conway
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Dave Powers (director)
For episode with Steve Martin and Betty White (5 March 1978).
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Ed Simmons (writer)
Roger Beatty (writer)
Rick Hawkins (writer)
Liz Sage (writer)
Bob Illes (writer)
James R. Stein (writer)
Franelle Silver (writer)
Larry Siegel (writer)
Tim Conway (writer)
Bill Richmond (writer)
Gene Perret (writer)
Dick Clair (writer)
Jenna McMahon (writer)
For episode with Steve Martin, Betty White (5 March 1978).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt (choreographer)
For episode "The Final Show" (29 March 1978).
Outstanding Art Direction for a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
For episode "The Final Show" (29 March 1978).
Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Ed Simmons (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Ed Simmons (writer)
Roger Beatty (writer)
Elias Davis (writer)
David Pollock (writer)
Rick Hawkins (writer)
Liz Sage (writer)
Adele Styler (writer)
Burt Styler (writer)
Tim Conway (writer)
Bill Richmond (writer)
Gene Perret (writer)
Dick Clair (writer)
Jenna McMahon (writer)
For episode with Ken Berry (26 March 1977).

Primetime Emmy Awards 1977

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in Variety or Music
Tim Conway
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy - Variety or Music Series
Dave Powers (director)
For episode with Eydie Gormé on 12 February 1977.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt (choreographer)
For episode with The Pointer Sisters.
Outstanding Art Direction or Scenic Design for a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
For episode with Glen Campbell.
Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Ed Simmons (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in Variety or Music
Harvey Korman
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music
Vicki Lawrence
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Ed Simmons (writer)
Roger Beatty (writer)
Elias Davis (writer)
David Pollock (writer)
Rick Hawkins (writer)
Liz Sage (writer)
Adele Styler (writer)
Burt Styler (writer)
Tim Conway (writer)
Bill Richmond (writer)
Gene Perret (writer)
Dick Clair (writer)
Jenna McMahon (writer)
For episode with Eydie Gormé.

Primetime Emmy Awards 1976

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music
Vicki Lawrence
For the episode on 7 February 1976.
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Musical Material
Ken Welch
Mitzie Welch
Arthur Malvin
For "Cinderella Gets It On". For episode on 29 November 1975 (with The Pointer Sisters).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Ed Simmons (producer)
Carol Burnett (host)
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in Variety or Music
Harvey Korman
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in Variety or Music
Tim Conway
For the episode on 15 November 1975.
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Dave Powers
For episode on 18 October 1975.
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Ed Simmons
Gary Belkin
Roger Beatty
Bill Richmond
Gene Perret
Arnie Kogen
Ray Jessel
Rudy De Luca
Barry Levinson
Dick Clair
Jenna McMahon
For episode on 13 September 1975 with Jim Nabors..
Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement
Arthur Malvin
Ken Welch
Mitzie Welch
For the mini musical in the Irvin Berlin finale on 11 October 1975.
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt
For the episode on 25 March 1975 (with Roddy McDowall and Bernadette Peters).
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - Single Episode of a Comedy-Variety or Music Series or a Comedy-Variety or Music Special
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
For the episode on 31 January 1976 (with The Pointer Sisters).

Primetime Emmy Awards 1975

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Ed Simmons (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Dave Powers
For episode with Alan Alda.
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
Ed Simmons
Gary Belkin
Roger Beatty
Arnie Kogen
Bill Richmond
Gene Perret
Rudy De Luca
Barry Levinson
Dick Clair
Jenna McMahon
For episode with Alan Alda.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actor in Variety or Music
Tim Conway
Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music
Vicki Lawrence
For episode on 9 November 1974.

Primetime Emmy Awards 1974

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music-Variety Series
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Ed Simmons
Carol Burnett (star)
Best Supporting Actor in Comedy-Variety, Variety or Music
Harvey Korman
Best Directing in Variety or Music
Dave Powers
For "The Australia Show".
Best Writing in Variety or Music
Ed Simmons
Gary Belkin
Roger Beatty
Arnie Kogen
Bill Richmond
Gene Perret
Rudy De Luca
Barry Levinson
Dick Clair
Jenna McMahon
Barry Harman
For episode with 'Tim Conway' and Bernadette Peters.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Best Supporting Actor in Comedy-Variety, Variety or Music
Tim Conway
For episode with 'Tim Conway' and Petula Clark.
Best Supporting Actress in Comedy-Variety, Variety or Music
Vicki Lawrence
Best Writing in Variety or Music
Stan Hart
Larry Siegel
Gail Parent
Heywood Kling
Roger Beatty
Tom Patchett
Jay Tarses
Robert Hilliard
Arnie Kogen
Buz Kohan
Bill Angelos
For "The Family Show".
Best Music Direction of a Variety, Music or Dramatic Program
Peter Matz
For episode "The Australia Show".
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt
For episode "The Australia Show".
Best Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Musical or Variety Single Program of a Series or a Special Program
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

Primetime Emmy Awards 1973

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement by a Supporting Performer in Music or Variety
Tim Conway
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Variety or Music
Stan Hart
Larry Siegel
Gail Parent
Heywood Kling
Roger Beatty
Tom Patchett
Jay Tarses
Robert Hilliard
Arnie Kogen
Bill Angelos
Buz Kohan
For episode with Steve Lawrence and Lily Tomlin.
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction of a Variety, Musical or Dramatic Program
Peter Matz
For episode with 'Anthony Newley' and Bernadette Peters.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety Musical Series
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Bill Angelos (producer)
Buz Kohan (producer)
Arnie Rosen (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Achievement by a Supporting Performer in Music or Variety
Harvey Korman
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt (choreographer)
For episode "Family Show".
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Musical or Variety Single Program of a Series or a Special Program
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

Primetime Emmy Awards 1972

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety Series - Musical
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Arnie Rosen (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Achievement by a Performer in Music or Variety
Harvey Korman
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Variety or Music
Don Hinkley
Stan Hart
Larry Siegel
Roger Beatty
Heywood Kling
Art Baer
Ben Joelson
Stan Burns
Mike Marmer
Arnie Rosen
For episode with 'Tim Conway' and Ray Charles.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety or Music
Dave Powers
For episode with Carol Channing and Steve Lawrence.
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Musical or Variety Single Program of a Series or a Special Program
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
For episode with Vincent Price and Eydie Gormé.
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt (choreographer)
For episode with Mel Tormé and Nanette Fabray.

Primetime Emmy Awards 1971

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Ernie Flatt
For episode with Nanette Fabray and Ken Berry.
Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement - Individuals
Harvey Korman
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety Series - Musical
Joe Hamilton (executive producer)
Arnie Rosen (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Variety or Music
Arthur Julian (writer)
Don Hinkley (writer)
Jack Mendelsohn (writer)
Stan Hart (writer)
Larry Siegel (writer)
Heywood Kling (writer)
Roger Beatty (writer)
Arnie Rosen (writer)
Kenny Solms (writer)
Gail Parent (writer)
For episode with Rita Hayworth.

Primetime Emmy Awards 1970

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety or Musical Series
Joe Hamilton (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Variety Single Program of a Series or a Special Program
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bob Sansom (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
For episode with Steve Lawrence and and Edward Villella.
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design: For a Variety Single Program
Paul Barnes (art director)
Bill Harp (set decorator)
Bob Sansom (art decorator)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

Primetime Emmy Awards 1969

Won
Primetime Emmy
Special Classification Achievements - Individuals (Variety Performances)
Harvey Korman
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety or Musical Series
Joe Hamilton (producer)
Carol Burnett (star)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy, Variety or Music
Arnie Rosen
Stan Burns
Mike Marmer
Hal Goldman
Al Gordon
Don Hinkley
Gail Parent
Kenny Solms
Bill Angelos
Buz Kohan
Outstanding Individual Achievement in the Visual Arts
Bob Mackie (costume designer)

Primetime Emmy Awards 1968

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Musical or Variety Series
Joe Hamilton (producer)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Music or Variety
Bill Angelos
Stan Burns
Don Hinkley
Buz Kohan
Mike Marmer
Gail Parent
Arnie Rosen
Kenny Solms
Saul Turteltaub

Directors Guild of America, USA 1974

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety
Dave Powers

Directors Guild of America, USA 1968

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
Clark Jones

Online Film & Television Association 1997

Won
OFTA TV Hall of Fame
Television Programs

People's Choice Awards, USA 1978

Won
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Variety Program

People's Choice Awards, USA 1977

Won
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Variety Program

People's Choice Awards, USA 1975

Won
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Variety Program

TV Land Awards 2005

Won
Legend Award
Carol Burnett
Tim Conway
Harvey Korman
Vicki Lawrence
Lyle Waggoner
Bob Mackie (costume designer)

TV Land Awards 2003

Won
TV Land Award
Favorite Variety Show
Nominated
TV Land Award
Favorite Second Banana
Tim Conway
Harvey Korman

Writers Guild of America, USA 1979

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Variety Script, Musical or Comedy
Roger Beatty
Rick Hawkins
Liz Sage
Bob Illes
James R. Stein
Franelle Silver
Larry Siegel
Tim Conway
Bill Richmond
Gene Perret
Dick Clair
Jenna McMahon
Ed Simmons (supervising)
For episode with Steve Martin and Betty White.

Writers Guild of America, USA 1978

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Variety: Series or Special: Musical or Comedy
Ed Simmons
Roger Beatty
Rick Hawkins
Liz Sage
Bob Illes
James R. Stein
Franelle Silver
Larry Siegel
Tim Conway
Bill Richmond
Gene Perret
Dick Clair
Jenna McMahon

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