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(1982–1993)

Awards

Golden Globes, USA 1993

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Kirstie Alley
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson

Golden Globes, USA 1992

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Kirstie Alley
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Rhea Perlman

Golden Globes, USA 1991

Won
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Kirstie Alley
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson

Golden Globes, USA 1990

Won
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Kirstie Alley
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Rhea Perlman

Golden Globes, USA 1989

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Rhea Perlman

Golden Globes, USA 1988

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Rhea Perlman

Golden Globes, USA 1987

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Rhea Perlman

Golden Globes, USA 1985

Won
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Shelley Long
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Rhea Perlman

Golden Globes, USA 1984

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Shelley Long
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical
Ted Danson

Golden Globes, USA 1983

Won
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Shelley Long
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical

Primetime Emmy Awards 1993

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Robert Bramwell (editor)
For episode "One For The Road".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Dan O'Shannon (executive producer)
Tom Anderson (executive producer)
Rob Long (executive producer)
Dan Staley (co-executive producer)
Tim Berry (producer)
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Tom Berenger
For playing "Don Santry". For episode "One For The Road".
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Shelley Long
For playing "Diane Chambers". For episode "One For The Road".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows (director)
For episode "One For The Road".
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Kirstie Alley
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman

Primetime Emmy Awards 1992

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Cherie Steinkellner (executive producer)
Bill Steinkellner (executive producer)
Phoef Sutton (executive producer)
Dan O'Shannon (supervising producer)
Tom Anderson (supervising producer)
Tim Berry (producer)
Dan Staley (co-producer)
Rob Long (co-producer)
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows (director)
For episode "An Old Fashioned Wedding".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Robert Bramwell (editor)
Peter Chakos (editor)
For episode "An Old Fashioned Wedding".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Robert Crosby (production sound mixer)
Robert Douglass (re-recording mixer)
Sam Black (re-recording mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Bar Wars IV: This Time It's For Real".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Kirstie Alley
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Harvey Fierstein
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Frances Sternhagen

Primetime Emmy Awards 1991

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Cherie Steinkellner (executive producer)
Bill Steinkellner (executive producer)
Phoef Sutton (executive producer)
Tim Berry
Andy Ackerman (co-producer)
Brian Pollack (co-producer)
Mert Rich (co-producer)
Dan O'Shannon (co-producer)
Tom Anderson (co-producer)
Larry Balmagia (co-producer)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows (director)
For episode "Woody Interruptus".
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Kirstie Alley
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Bebe Neuwirth
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Editing for a Miniseries or a Special - Multi-Camera Production
Andy Ackerman (editor)
For episode "200th Anniversary Special (#9.8)".
Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Andy Ackerman (editor)
For episode "The Days Of Wine And Neuroses".
Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Sheila Amos (editor)
For episode "Rat Girl".
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Sheldon Leonard
For playing "Sid Nelson". For episode "Grease".
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Frances Sternhagen
For playing "Esther Clavin". For episode "Ma Always Liked You Best".
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Sada Thompson
For playing "Mama Lozupone". For episode "Honor Thy Mother".
Outstanding Informational Special
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Cherie Steinkellner (executive producer)
Bill Steinkellner (executive producer)
Phoef Sutton (executive producer)
Tim Berry (producer)
Andy Ackerman (co-producer)
Brian Pollack (co-producer)
Mert Rich (co-producer)
Dan O'Shannon (co-producer)
Tom Anderson (co-producer)
Larry Balmagia (co-producer)
For episode "200th Anniversary Special (#9.8)".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Robert Crosby (production mixer)
Sam Black (re-recording mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (re-recording mixer)
Robert Douglass (re-recording mixer)
For episode "The Days Of Wine And Neuroses".
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Woody Harrelson
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman

Primetime Emmy Awards 1990

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Robert Crosby (production mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (re-recording mixer)
Sam Black (re-recording mixer)
Robert Douglass (re-recording mixer)
For episode "The Stork Brings a Crane".
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Bebe Neuwirth
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Cherie Steinkellner (co-executive producer)
Bill Steinkellner (co-executive producer)
Phoef Sutton (co-executive producer)
Tim Berry
Andy Ackerman (co-producer)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "The Improbable Dream ", part I.
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Georgia Brown
For playing "Madame Lazora". For episode "The Ghost and Mrs. LeBec".
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Alexis Smith
For playing "Alice Anne Volkman". For episode "Sammy and the Professor".
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Kirstie Alley
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Kelsey Grammer
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Woody Harrelson
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
For episode "Death Takes a Holiday on Ice".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1989

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Cherie Steinkellner (producer)
Bill Steinkellner (producer)
Peter Casey (producer)
David Lee (producer)
David Angell (producer)
Phoef Sutton (co-producer)
Tim Berry (co-producer)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Woody Harrelson
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "The Visiting Lecher".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Robert Crosby (production mixer)
Sam Black (re-recording mixer)
Robert Douglass (re-recording mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Jumping Jerks".
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
George Wendt

Primetime Emmy Awards 1988

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Andy Ackerman (editor)
For episode "The Big Kiss-Off".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Peter Casey (producer)
David Lee (producer)
David Angell (producer)
Tim Berry (co-producer)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "Backseat Becky, Up Front".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Kirstie Alley
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Pete San Filipo Sr. (sound mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (sound mixer)
Doug Gray (sound mixer)
Robert Douglas (sound mixer)
For episode "The Last Angry Mailman".
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Kelsey Grammer
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Woody Harrelson
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
George Wendt
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Glen Charles
Les Charles
For episode "Home is the Sailor".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1987

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series
John Cleese
For playing "Dr. Simon Finch-Royce". For episode "Simon Says".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Michael Ballin (sound mixer)
Robert Douglass (sound mixer)
Doug Gray (sound mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (sound mixer)
For episode "The Proposal".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Peter Casey (producer)
David Lee (producer)
David Angell (producer)
Tim Berry (co-producer)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "Chambers vs. Malone".
Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Andy Ackerman
For episode "Cheers: The Motion Picture".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Woody Harrelson
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
George Wendt
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Janet Leahy (writer)
For episode "Abnormal Psychology".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1986

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Michael Ballin (sound mixer)
Robert Douglass (sound mixer)
Doug Gray (sound mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (sound mixer)
For episode "Fear is My Co-Pilot".
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Peter Casey
David Lee
Heide Perlman
David Angell
Tim Berry (co-producer)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "The Triangle".
Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Andy Ackerman
For episode "Birth, Death, Love and Rice".
Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production
Douglas Hines
For episode "The Triangle".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Shelley Long
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
John Ratzenberger
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
George Wendt
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Peter Casey (writer)
David Lee (writer)
For episode "2 Good 2 Be 4 Real".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1985

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects for a Series
Doug Gray (pre-production mixer)
Michael Ballin (production mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (post-production mixer)
Sam Black (sound effects)
For episode "The Executive's Executioner".
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Ken Estin (producer)
Sam Simon (producer)
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "Cheerio".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Shelley Long
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Nicholas Colasanto
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
John Ratzenberger
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
George Wendt
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Peter Casey
David Lee
For episode "I Call Your Name".
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Glen Charles
Les Charles
For episode "Rebound", part II.
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Lloyd
For episode "Sam Turns the Other Cheek".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1984

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (producer)
Glen Charles (producer)
Les Charles (producer)
Outstanding Film Editing for a Series
Andrew Chulack
For episode "Old Flames".
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Angell
For Cheers: Old Flames (1983).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "Old Flames".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Shelley Long
Outstanding Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects for a Series
Gordon Klimuck (production mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (post-production mixer)
Sam Black (sound effects)
Doug Gray (pre-production mixer)
For episode "No Help Wanted".
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Nicholas Colasanto
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
George Wendt
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Lloyd
For Cheers: Homicidal Ham (1983).
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Glen Charles
Les Charles
For Cheers: Power Play (1983).

Primetime Emmy Awards 1983

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Comedy Series
James Burrows (executive producer)
Glen Charles (executive producer)
Les Charles (executive producer)
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series
James Burrows
For episode "Showdown", part 2.
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Graphic Design and Title Sequences
James Castle
Bruce Bryant
For episode "Showdown", part 1.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Shelley Long
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Glen Charles
Les Charles
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics
Gary Portnoy
Judy Hart-Angelo
For the pilot episode. For the song "Where Everybody Knows Your Name".
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series
Richard Sylbert (production designer)
George Gaines (set decorator)
For episode "Give Me a Ring Sometime".
Outstanding Film Editing for a Series
Andrew Chulack
For episode "Endless Slumper".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Ted Danson
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy, Variety or Music Series
Nicholas Colasanto
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, Variety or Music Series
Rhea Perlman
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series
David Lloyd

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1994

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1993

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1992

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1991

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1990

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1989

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1988

Won
ASCAP Award
Top TV Series
Judy Hart-Angelo
Top TV Series
Gary Portnoy
Top TV Series
Craig Safan

American Cinema Editors, USA 1987

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Episode from a Television Series
Douglas Hines
For episode "The Peterson Principle".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1986

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Episode from a Television Series
Douglas Hines
For episode "The Executives Executioner".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1985

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Episode from a Television Series
Douglas Hines
For episode "Fairy Tales Can Come True".

American Comedy Awards, USA 1991

Won
American Comedy Award
Funniest Male Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication
Ted Danson
Nominated
American Comedy Award
Funniest Female Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication
Kirstie Alley

American Comedy Awards, USA 1990

Nominated
American Comedy Award
Funniest Female Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication
Kirstie Alley
Funniest Male Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication
Ted Danson
Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a TV Series
Rhea Perlman
Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a TV Series
Woody Harrelson

American Comedy Awards, USA 1989

Won
American Comedy Award
Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a TV Series
Rhea Perlman
Nominated
American Comedy Award
Funniest Female Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication
Kirstie Alley
Funniest Male Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication
Ted Danson

American Comedy Awards, USA 1987

Won
American Comedy Award
Funniest Newcomer - Male or Female
Woody Harrelson

Casting Society of America, USA 1993

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Jeff Greenberg

Casting Society of America, USA 1992

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Jeff Greenberg

Casting Society of America, USA 1991

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Jeff Greenberg

Casting Society of America, USA 1989

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Jeff Greenberg

Casting Society of America, USA 1988

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Jeff Greenberg

Casting Society of America, USA 1986

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Randy Stone

Casting Society of America, USA 1985

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic
Stephen Kolzak
Lori Openden

Directors Guild of America, USA 1993

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "An Old-Fashioned Wedding".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1992

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "Days Of Wine & Neurosis".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1991

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
Linda McMurray (unit production manager) (plaque)
Brian James Ellis (first assistant director) (plaque)
Steven Pomeroy (second assistant director) (plaque)
Rick Beren (technical coordinator) (plaque)
For episode "Woody Interruptus".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1990

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "Sisterly Love".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1988

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "Home Is the Sailor".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1987

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "Tan 'N' Wash".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1986

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "Birth, Death, Love and Rice".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1985

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "I Call Your Name".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1984

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
Penny Adams (unit production manager) (plaque)
Thomas Lofaro (first assistant director) (plaque)
Brian James Ellis (second assistant director) (plaque)
Gil Clasen (technical coordinator) (plaque)
For episode "Showdown - Part II".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1983

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'
James Burrows
For episode "Sam at Eleven".

People's Choice Awards, USA 1991

Won
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Comedy Series

People's Choice Awards, USA 1983

Won
People's Choice Award
Favorite New TV Comedy Program

TV Land Awards 2008

Won
TV Land Award
Best Hang Out
Cheers.

TV Land Awards 2007

Won
TV Land Award
Break Up That Was So Bad It Was Good
Ted Danson
Shelley Long

TV Land Awards 2006

Won
Legend Award
John Ratzenberger
Rhea Perlman
Shelley Long
Ted Danson
Nominated
TV Land Award
Favorite Series Finale
Most Memorable Kiss
Ted Danson
Shelley Long

TV Land Awards 2005

Nominated
TV Land Award
Favorite Two-Parter/Cliffhanger
For Cheers' fifth season.

TV Land Awards 2004

Nominated
TV Land Award
Favorite Sing-Along Theme Song

TV Land Awards 2003

Nominated
TV Land Award
Comedy Theme Song You Can't Get Out of Your Head

Television Critics Association Awards 2012

Won
Heritage Award

Television Critics Association Awards 1993

Nominated
TCA Award
Program of the Year
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy

Television Critics Association Awards 1991

Nominated
TCA Award
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy

Television Critics Association Awards 1986

Nominated
TCA Award
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy

Television Critics Association Awards 1985

Nominated
TCA Award
Program of the Year
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy

Viewers for Quality Television Awards 1986

Won
Q Award
Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series
Shelley Long

Viewers for Quality Television Awards 1985

Won
Q Award
Best Actress in a Quality Comedy Series
Shelley Long
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Comedy Series
Nicholas Colasanto
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Comedy Series
Rhea Perlman

Writers Guild of America, USA 1992

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
For Cheers: Rat Girl (1991).

Writers Guild of America, USA 1990

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
For Cheers: Jumping Jerks (1988).
Episodic Comedy
Brian Pollack
Mert Rich

Writers Guild of America, USA 1988

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Ken Levine
David Isaacs

Writers Guild of America, USA 1986

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Heide Perlman
Episodic Comedy
Sam Simon

Writers Guild of America, USA 1985

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Michael J. Weithorn
Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
David Angell
For Cheers: Old Flames (1983).
Episodic Comedy
Heide Perlman

Writers Guild of America, USA 1984

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Ken Levine
David Isaacs
Episodic Comedy
Glen Charles
Les Charles
Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Episodic Comedy
Heide Perlman
Episodic Comedy
David Lloyd

Young Artist Awards 1994

Won
Young Artist Award
Best Youth Actress Recurring or Regular in a TV Series
Sabrina Wiener

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