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King of the Hill Poster

(1997–2010)

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 2008

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Mike Judge (executive producer)
Greg Daniels (executive producer)
John Altschuler (executive producer/writer)
Dave Krinsky (executive producer)
Jim Dauterive (executive producer)
Garland Testa (executive producer)
Paul Corrigan (co-executive producer)
Brad Walsh (co-executive producer)
Tony Gama-Lobo (supervising producer)
Rebecca May (supervising producer)
Christy Stratton (supervising producer)
Joseph A. Boucher (supervising producer)
Mark McJimsey (producer)
Malisa Caroselli (animation executive producer)
Stephanie Elliott (animation producer)
Judah Miller (writer)
Murray Miller (writer)
Tony Kluck (director)
Wesley Archer (supervising director)
Philippe Angeles (overseas animation director)
Jill Jacobs (lead animation timer)
For episode "Death Picks Cotton".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Pamela Adlon
For playing "Bobby Hill/Clark Peters/Chane Wasonasong". For episode "Bobby Goes Nuts".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Greg Daniels (executive producer)
Mike Judge (executive producer)
Richard Appel (executive producer)
Howard Klein (executive producer)
Michael Rotenberg (executive producer)
Jonathan Aibel (co-executive producer)
Glenn Berger (co-executive producer)
Alan R. Cohen (co-executive producer)
Alan Freedland (co-executive producer)
Norm Hiscock (co-executive producer/writer)
Johnny Hardwick (supervising producer)
Jim Dauterive (supervising producer)
John Altschuler (supervising producer)
Dave Krinsky (supervising producer)
Joseph A. Boucher (produced by)
Mark McJimsey (produced by)
Garland Testa (producer)
Alex Gregory (producer)
Peter Huyck (producer)
Sivert Glarum (producer)
Michael Jamin (producer)
Kit Boss (producer)
Dean Young (producer)
Klay Hall (supervising director)
John Rice (supervising director)
Tricia Garcia (director)
John W. Hyde (animation executive producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
For episode "Bobby Goes Nuts".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2001

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Greg Daniels (executive producer)
Mike Judge (executive producer)
Richard Appel (executive producer)
Howard Klein (executive producer)
Michael Rotenberg (executive producer)
Jonathan Aibel (co-executive producer)
Glenn Berger (co-executive producer)
Alan R. Cohen (co-executive producer)
Alan Freedland (co-executive producer)
Norm Hiscock (co-executive producer)
Paul Lieberstein (co-executive producer)
Johnny Hardwick (supervising producer)
Jim Dauterive (supervising producer)
John Altschuler (supervising producer)
Dave Krinsky (supervising producer)
Garland Testa (producer/writer)
Alex Gregory (producer)
Peter Huyck (producer)
Mark McJimsey (produced by)
Joseph A. Boucher (produced by)
John W. Hyde (animation executive producer)
Jon F. Vein (animation executive producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Klay Hall (supervising director)
John Rice (supervising director)
Anthony Lioi (director)
For episode "Chasing Bobby".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1999

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Greg Daniels (executive producer)
Mike Judge (executive producer)
Howard Klein (executive producer)
Michael Rotenberg (executive producer)
Richard Appel (executive producer)
Jonathan Collier (co-executive producer)
Jonathan Aibel (supervising producer)
Glenn Berger (supervising producer)
Alan R. Cohen (supervising producer)
Alan Freedland (supervising producer)
Joseph A. Boucher
Johnny Hardwick
Paul Lieberstein
Norm Hiscock (producer/writer)
Jim Dauterive (co-producer)
Mark McJimsey (co-producer)
Jon Vitti (consulting producer)
Cheryl Holliday (consulting producer)
Richard Raynis (consulting producer)
David Zuckerman (consulting producer)
Wesley Archer (supervising director)
Cyndi Tang-Loveland (director)
Lolee Aries (animation executive producer)
David Pritchard (animation executive producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
For episode "And They Call It Bobby Love".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1998

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Greg Daniels (executive producer)
Mike Judge (executive producer)
Howard Klein (executive producer)
Michael Rotenberg (executive producer)
Brent Forrester (co-executive producer)
David Zuckerman (co-executive producer)
Cheryl Holliday (co-executive producer/writer)
Joseph A. Boucher
Richard Raynis
Jonathan Collier (consulting producer)
Jonathan Aibel (co-producer)
Glenn Berger (co-producer)
Joe Stillman (co-producer)
Mark McJimsey (co-producer)
Wesley Archer (supervising director)
Jeff Myers (director)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Lolee Aries (animation producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
For episode "Texas City Twister".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1997

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Greg Daniels (executive producer)
Mike Judge (executive producer)
Howard Klein (executive producer)
Michael Rotenberg (executive producer)
Jonathan Collier (supervising producer)
Cheryl Holliday (supervising producer)
David Zuckerman (supervising producer)
Joseph A. Boucher (producer)
Richard Raynis (producer)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Lolee Aries (animation producer)
Bill Schultz (animation producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Joe Stillman (writer)
Gary McCarver (director)
For episode "Square Peg".

American Comedy Awards, USA 2001

Nominated
American Comedy Award
Funniest Television Series - Animated

Annie Awards 2009

Nominated
Annie
Best Animated Television Production

Annie Awards 2007

Nominated
Annie
Best Animated Television Production

Annie Awards 2006

Nominated
Annie
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production
Johnny Hardwick
As the voice of "Dale Gribble". For episode "Smoking and the Bandit".

Annie Awards 2005

Won
Annie
Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production
Brittany Murphy
For episode "Girl, You'll Be A Giant Soon". As the voice of Luane Platter.
Writing in an Animated Television Production
Etan Cohen
For episode "Ceci N'est Pas Une".

Annie Awards 2004

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Television Production
Tony Gama-Lobo
Rebecca May
For episode "Reborn to be Wild".

Annie Awards 2003

Won
Annie
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Television Production
Norm Hiscock
For episode "Bobby Goes Nuts".
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Television Production
Kit Boss
For episode "Man Without A Country Club".

Annie Awards 2001

Won
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Television Production
Kathy Najimy
- As the voice of "Peggy Hill". For episode "Luanne, Virgin 2.02".
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Garland Testa
For episode "Chasing Bobby".

Annie Awards 2000

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production
Kyoung Hee Lim
Boo Hwan Lim
For episode "Won't You Pimai Neighbor".
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Garland Testa
For episode "Aisle 8A".
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Television Production
Brittany Murphy
As the voice of Luanne Platter. For episode "Movin on Up".
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production
Mike Judge
As the voice of Hank Hill. For episode "Hanky Panky".

Annie Awards 1999

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Jim Dauterive
For episode "Hank's Cowboy Movie".
Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program

Annie Awards 1998

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Primetime or Late Night Television Program
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Television Production
Kathy Najimy
For playing "Peggy Hill".

Annie Awards 1997

Nominated
Annie
Best Animated TV Program
Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting by a Female Performer in a TV Production
Brittany Murphy
For playing "Luanne"
Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting by a Male Performer in a TV Production
Mike Judge
For playing "Hank Hill".
Best Individual Achievement: Writing in a TV Production
Paul Lieberstein
For episode "Luanne's Saga".
Best Individual Achievement: Writing in a TV Production
Alan R. Cohen
Alan Freedland
For episode "Shins of the Father".
Best Individual Achievement: Directing in a TV Production
John Rice
For episode "Keeping Up with Our Jones".

BMI Film & TV Awards 1998

Won
BMI TV Music Award
John O'Connor
Roger Neill
Lance Rubin
Roger Neill
Lance Rubin

GLAAD Media Awards 2003

Nominated
GLAAD Media Award
Outstanding Individual Episode (In a Series Without a Regular Gay Character)
For episode "My Own Private Rodeo".

Kids' Choice Awards, USA 1998

Nominated
Blimp Award
Favorite Cartoon

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 1998

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Television Animated Specials
For episode/special "Unbearable Blindness Of Laying".
Best Sound Editing - Television Animation - Music

People's Choice Awards, USA 2008

Nominated
People's Choice Award
Favorite Animated TV Comedy

People's Choice Awards, USA 2007

Nominated
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Comedy - Animated

Prism Awards 2009

Won
Prism Award
Comedy Episode
For episode "Dia-BILL-ick Shock"

Teen Choice Awards 2006

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
TV - Choice Animated Show

Television Critics Association Awards 1997

Nominated
TCA Award
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy

Writers Guild of America, USA 2009

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Jim Dauterive
Animation
Dan McGrath

Writers Guild of America, USA 2008

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Jim Dauterive
Animation
Tony Gama-Lobo
Rebecca May

Writers Guild of America, USA 2007

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Jim Dauterive

Writers Guild of America, USA 2004

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Tony Gama-Lobo
Rebecca May

Writers Guild of America, USA 2003

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Alex Gregory
Peter Huyck

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