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(1970–1977)

Awards

Golden Globes, USA 1977

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Gavin MacLeod

Golden Globes, USA 1976

Won
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Edward Asner
For playing "Lou Grant". Tied with 'Tim Conway' for The Carol Burnett Show (1967).
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Ted Knight
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore

Golden Globes, USA 1975

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy
Edward Asner
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Gavin MacLeod

Golden Globes, USA 1974

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Edward Asner
Best Supporting Actress - Television
Valerie Harper
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore

Golden Globes, USA 1973

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore
Best Supporting Actress - Television
Valerie Harper
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Edward Asner
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Ted Knight

Golden Globes, USA 1972

Won
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actor - Television
Edward Asner
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore

Golden Globes, USA 1971

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy
Mary Tyler Moore

Primetime Emmy Awards 1977

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
Allan Burns (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Ed. Weinberger (producer)
Stan Daniels (producer)
Outstanding Film Editing in a Comedy Series
Douglas Hines
For episode "Murray Can't Lose".
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Allan Burns (writer)
James L. Brooks (writer)
Ed. Weinberger (writer)
Stan Daniels (writer)
David Lloyd (writer)
Bob Ellison (writer)
For episode "The Last Show".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Edward Asner
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Knight
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Georgia Engel
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Betty White
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
Jay Sandrich (director)
For episode "The Last Show".
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series
Eileen Heckart
For episode "Lou Proposes".
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Lloyd (writer)
For episode "Mary Midwife".
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Earl Pomerantz (writer)
For episode "Ted's Change of Heart".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1976

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
Ed. Weinberger (producer)
Stan Daniels
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Knight
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Betty White
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Lloyd
For episode "Chuckles Bites The Dust".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Edward Asner
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Georgia Engel
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Comedy or Drama Series
Eileen Heckart
For episode "Mary's Aunt".
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
Joan Darling
For episode "Chuckles Bites The Dust".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming for a Series - For a Single Episode of a Comedy Series
Douglas Hines
For episode "Chuckles Bites the Dust".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1975

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
Ed. Weinberger
Stan Daniels
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Edward Asner
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Betty White
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series
Cloris Leachman
For episode "Phyllis Whips Inflation". Tied with Zohra Lampert for Kojak (1973).
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Ed. Weinberger
Stan Daniels
For episode "Mary Richards Goes to Jail".
Outstanding Film Editing for Entertainment Programming for a Series - For a Single Episode of a Comedy Series
Douglas Hines
For episode "An Affair To Forget".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Knight
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Lloyd
For episode "Lou and That Woman".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1974

Won
Primetime Emmy
Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Best Supporting Actress in Comedy
Cloris Leachman
For episode "The Lars Affair".
Actress of the Year - Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Best Writing in Comedy
Treva Silverman
For episode "The Lou And Edie Story".
Writer of the Year - Series
Treva Silverman
For episode "The Lou And Edie Story".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
Ed. Weinberger
Best Supporting Actor in Comedy
Edward Asner
Best Supporting Actor in Comedy
Ted Knight
Best Supporting Actress in Comedy
Valerie Harper
Best Directing in Comedy
Jay Sandrich
For episode "Lou's First Date".
Best Film Editing for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series
Douglas Hines (editor)
Bud S. Isaacs (editor)
CBS

Primetime Emmy Awards 1973

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Ted Knight
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Valerie Harper
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy
Jay Sandrich
For episode "It's Whether You Win Or Lose".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
Ed. Weinberger
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Edward Asner
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Cloris Leachman
For episode "My Brother's Keeper".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy
Allan Burns
James L. Brooks
For episode "The Good-Time News".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series
Douglas Hines (editor)
CBS

Primetime Emmy Awards 1972

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Edward Asner
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Valerie Harper
Tied with Sally Struthers for All in the Family (1971).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Series - Comedy
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
David Davis (producer)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Ted Knight
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Cloris Leachman
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy
Jay Sandrich
For episode "Thoroughly Unmilitant Mary".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy
Peter Baldwin
For episode "Where There's Smoke, There's Rhoda".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1971

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Edward Asner
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy
Valerie Harper
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy
Jay Sandrich
For episode "Toulouse Lautrec Is One Of My Favorite Artists".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy
James L. Brooks
Allan Burns
For episode "Support Your Local Mother".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Series - Comedy
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
David Davis (producer)
Outstanding New Series
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Allan Burns (executive producer)
David Davis (producer)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series
Mary Tyler Moore
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy
Alan Rafkin
For episode "Support Your Local Mother".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1977

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
Jay Sandrich
For episode "Murray Can't Lose".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1976

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
Joan Darling
For episode "Chuckles Bites the Dust".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1975

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
Jay Sandrich
For episode "Will Mary Richards Go to Jail?".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1974

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
Jay Sandrich
For episode "Lou's First Date".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1972

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
Jay Sandrich
For episode "The Baby Sit-Com".

Humanitas Prize 1977

Won
Humanitas Prize
30 Minute Network or Syndicated Television
Earl Pomerantz

Peabody Awards 1978

Won
Peabody Award

TV Land Awards 2008

Won
TV Land Award
Broadcaster(s) of the Year
Ted Knight
Iconic Decoration You Want for Your House
Mary Richards' big "M".

TV Land Awards 2007

Nominated
TV Land Award
The "Hey! It's...!" Award (Favorite Cameo or Guest Star)
Walter Cronkite

TV Land Awards 2006

Won
TV Land Award
Broadcaster of the Year
Ted Knight
Nominated
TV Land Award
Favorite Series Finale

TV Land Awards 2005

Won
TV Land Award
Classic TV Broadcaster of the Year
Ted Knight
Nominated
TV Land Award
Best Dream Sequence

For episode "Mary's Three Husbands," in which Lou, Ted, and Murray fantasize about what it would be... More

For episode "Mary's Three Husbands," in which Lou, Ted, and Murray fantasize about what it would be like to be married to Mary.


TV Land Awards 2004

Won
Groundbreaking Show
Mary Tyler Moore
John Amos
Edward Asner
Valerie Harper
Cloris Leachman
Gavin MacLeod
Betty White

TV Land Awards 2003

Nominated
TV Land Award
Funniest Food Fight
For Sue Ann Nivens' "Flying Chocolate Soufflé".
Most Memorable Male Guest Star in a Comedy as Himself
Walter Cronkite
Most Memorable Female Guest Star in a Comedy as Herself
Betty Ford
Nosiest Neighbor
Cloris Leachman
Hippest Fashion Plate - Female
Mary Tyler Moore

Television Critics Association Awards 2007

Nominated
Heritage Award

Writers Guild of America, USA 1978

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
David Lloyd
Episodic Comedy
James L. Brooks
Allan Burns
Ed. Weinberger
Stan Daniels
David Lloyd
Bob Ellison

Writers Guild of America, USA 1977

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Bob Ellison
Episodic Comedy
David Lloyd

Writers Guild of America, USA 1976

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
David Lloyd
Episodic Comedy
Bob Ellison

Writers Guild of America, USA 1975

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Ed. Weinberger
Stan Daniels

Writers Guild of America, USA 1974

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Ed. Weinberger

Writers Guild of America, USA 1973

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Allan Burns
James L. Brooks

Writers Guild of America, USA 1972

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Martin Cohan

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