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(1997– )

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 2013

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program
Trey Parker (executive producer/written by/directed by)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (producer)
Bruce Howell (producer)
Adrien Beard (producer)
Vernon Chatman (producer)
Jack Shih (director of animation)
Jenny Yu (director of animation)
For episode: "Raising the Bar".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2011

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program
Trey Parker (executive producer/writer/director)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (producer)
Bruce Howell (producer)
Adrien Beard (producer)
Vernon Chatman (producer)
Bill Hader (producer)
Ryan Quincy (animation producer)
Jack Shih (director of animation)
Jenny Yu (director of animation)
For episode "Crack Baby Athletic Association."

Primetime Emmy Awards 2010

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program
Trey Parker (executive producer/writer/director)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (producer)
Bruce Howell (producer)
Adrien Beard (producer)
Vernon Chatman (producer)
Erica Rivinoja (producer)
Ryan Quincy (animation producer)
Jack Shih (director of animation)
Jenny Yu (director of animation)
Comedy Central
For episode "200/201".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2009

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Trey Parker (executive producer/writer/director)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (producer)
Adrien Beard (producer)
Bruce Howell (producer)
Erica Rivinoja (producer)
Vernon Chatman (producer)
Bill Hader (producer)
Ryan Quincy (director of animation)
For episode "Margaritaville".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2008

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More)
Trey Parker (executive producer/written by/directed by)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Kyle McCulloch (producer)
Eric Stough (producer)
Bruce Howell (producer)
Adrien Beard (producer)
Vernon Chatman (producer)
Erica Rivinoja (producer)
Pam Brady (producer)
Ryan Quincy (director of animation)
For episode "Imaginationland".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2007

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Trey Parker (executive producer/directed by/written by)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Kyle McCulloch (producer)
Eric Stough (director of animation)
For episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2006

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Trey Parker (executive producer/director/written by)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (producer)
Eric Stough (director of animation)
For episode "Trapped In The Closet".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2005

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Trey Parker (executive producer/directed by/written by)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Jennifer Howell (supervising producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (producer)
Eric Stough (director of animation)
For episode "Best Friends Forever".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2004

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Trey Parker (executive producer/written by/directed by)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (producer)
Jennifer Howell (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (director of animation)
For episode "Christmas In Canada".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Trey Parker (executive producer/director/writer)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Deborah Liebling (executive producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (animation director)
David R. Goodman (writer)
Kyle McCulloch (writer)
Nancy Pimental (writer)
Erica Rivinoja (writer)
For episode "Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants"

Primetime Emmy Awards 2000

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Deborah Liebling (executive producer)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Trey Parker (executive producer/writer/director)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Eric Stough (animation director)
For episode "Chinpoko Mon".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1998

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Anne Garefino (executive producer)
Deborah Liebling (executive producer)
Trey Parker (executive producer/writer/director)
Matt Stone (executive producer/writer)
Pam Brady (creative producer)
Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer)
Brian Graden (executive producer)
Eric Stough (animation director)
For episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride".

AFI Awards, USA 2007

Won
AFI Award
TV Program of the Year

SOUTH PARK holds a mirror up to American society, then smashes it and demands audiences take ... More

SOUTH PARK holds a mirror up to American society, then smashes it and demands audiences take another look. Sweet and simple on the surface, the show remains the most subversive comedy on television as creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone continue to slaughter sacred cows into the show's 10th season. SOUTH PARK's achievement is more than just pushing boundaries; it's an insightful comment on America, told with equal parts philosophy and flatulence.


American Comedy Awards, USA 2001

Nominated
American Comedy Award
Funniest Television Series - Animated

Annie Awards 2013

Won
Annie
Writing in an Animated Television or Other Broadcast Venue Production
Trey Parker
For episode "Jewpacabra"
Nominated
Annie
Best General Audience Animated Television Production
For episode "Raising the Bar"

Annie Awards 1998

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Primetime or Late Night Television Program

Austin Film Festival 2001

Won
Sitcom Primetime Teleplay Competition Award

CableACE Awards 1997

Won
CableACE
Animated Programming Special or Series
Brian Graden (executive producer)
Trey Parker (executive producer)
Matt Stone (executive producer)
Anne Garefino (producer)
Pam Brady (consulting producer)

GLAAD Media Awards 1998

Nominated
GLAAD Media Award
Outstanding TV - Individual Episode
For episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride".

Image Awards 1999

Nominated
Image Award
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Isaac Hayes

PGA Awards 1998

Won
Nova Award
Most Promising Producer in Television
Trey Parker
Matt Stone

Peabody Awards 2006

Won
Peabody Award

People's Choice Awards, USA 2009

Nominated
People's Choice Award
Favorite Animated Comedy

Satellite Awards 2005

Nominated
Satellite Award
Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show
(Complete Sixth Season).

TV Land Awards 2007

Nominated
TV Land Award
TV Moment That Became Headline News
For the record-setting episode in which "it hit the fan" 162 times.

Teen Choice Awards 2010

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2009

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2008

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2007

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2006

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
TV - Choice Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 1999

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
TV - Choice Comedy

Television Critics Association Awards 1998

Nominated
TCA Award
New Program of the Year
Program of the Year

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