Kojak Poster

(1973–1978)

Awards

Golden Globes, USA 1978

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama
Telly Savalas

Golden Globes, USA 1977

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama
Telly Savalas

Golden Globes, USA 1976

Won
Golden Globe
Best Television Series - Drama
Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama
Telly Savalas
Tied with Robert Blake for Baretta (1975).

Golden Globes, USA 1975

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV Actor - Drama
Telly Savalas
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV Show - Drama

Primetime Emmy Awards 1977

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Cinematography in Entertainment Programming for a Series
Sol Negrin
For episode "A Shield for Murder", part 2.

Primetime Emmy Awards 1976

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series
John Cacavas
For episode "A Question of Answers".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming for a Series
Sol Negrin
For episode "A Questions of Answers".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1975

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series
Zohra Lampert

For playing: "Marina Sheldon". For episode: "Queen of the Gypsies".Tied with Cloris Leachman for ... More

For playing: "Marina Sheldon". For episode: "Queen of the Gypsies".Tied with Cloris Leachman for Mary Tyler Moore (1970).

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Drama Series
Matthew Rapf (executive producer)
Jack Laird (producer)
James Duff McAdams (producer)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Telly Savalas
For playing: "Theo Kojak".
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series
Telly Savalas
For episode "I Want to Report a Dream...".
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series
David Friedkin
For episode "Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming for a Series
Vilis Lapenieks
Sol Negrin
For episode "Wall Street Gunslinger".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1974

Won
Primetime Emmy
Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Telly Savalas
For playing: "Theo Kojak".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Drama Series
Abby Mann (executive producer)
Matthew Rapf (executive producer)
James Duff McAdams (producer)
Best Writing in Drama
Gene R. Kearney
For episode "Death is Not a Passing Grade".
Best Song or Theme
Billy Goldenberg
Best Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series
Gerald Perry Finnerman (cinematographer)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing
Sam Caylor (sound editor)
Stanley Frazen (sound editor)
Jack Kirschner (sound editor)
Sid Lubow (sound editor)
Richard Raderman (sound editor)
John W. Singleton (sound editor)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)

Primetime Emmy Awards 1973

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama - A Single Program
Joseph Sargent
For episode "The Marcus-Nelson Murders (#1.0)".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Original Teleplay
Abby Mann (writer)
For episode "The Marcus-Nelson Murders (#1.0)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Program - Drama or Comedy
Abby Mann (executive producer)
Matthew Rapf (producer)
For episode "The Marcus-Nelson Murders (#1.0)".
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Telly Savalas
For playing: "Theo Kojack". For episode: "The Marcus-Nelson Murders".
Outstanding Achievement in Music, Lyrics and Special Material
Billy Goldenberg (composer)
Bobby Russell (composer)
For episode "The Marcus-Nelson Murders (#1.0)".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series
Gerald Perry Finnerman

American Cinema Editors, USA 1975

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Episode from a Television Series
Bill Brame
For episode "Best Judge Money Can Buy".

Bambi Awards 1975

Won
Bambi
TV Series International
Telly Savalas

Directors Guild of America, USA 1976

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night
David Friedkin
For episode "How Cruel the Frost, How Bright the Stars".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1975

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night
David Friedkin
Mike Frankovich Jr. (unit production manager) (plaque)
Sam Freedle (first assistant director) (plaque)
Val Raset (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Cross Your Heart, Hope to Die".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1974

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night
Charles S. Dubin
Joseph C. Cavalier (unit production manager) (plaque)
Morris R. Abrams (first assistant director) (plaque)
Robert J. Smawley (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Knockover".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television
Joseph Sargent
Ben Bishop (unit production manager) (plaque)
Alan Crosland Jr. (first assistant director) (plaque)
Charles Walker (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "The Marcus-Nelson Murders (#1.0)".

Edgar Allan Poe Awards 1976

Won
Edgar
Best Television Episode
Joe Gores
For episode "No Immunity for Murder".

Edgar Allan Poe Awards 1974

Nominated
Edgar
Best Television Feature or Miniseries
Abby Mann
For episode "The Marcus-Nelson Murders (#1.0)".
Best Television Episode
Jerrold Freedman
For episode "One For The Morgue".

People's Choice Awards, USA 1975

Won
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Dramatic Program
Tied with _"The Waltons" (1972)_.

TP de Oro, Spain 1976

Won
TP de Oro
Best Foreign Actor (Mejor Actor Extranjero)
Telly Savalas

Troféu Imprensa, Brazil 1976

Won
Troféu Imprensa
Best Series (Melhor Série)

TV Land Awards 2005

Nominated
TV Land Award
Favorite Private Eye
Telly Savalas

Writers Guild of America, USA 1976

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Drama
Ray Brenner

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