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Futurama Poster

(1999– )

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 2014

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (executive producer)
Josh Weinstein (executive producer/written by)
Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)
Dan Vebber (co-executive producer)
Michael Rowe (co-executive producer)
Patric M. Verrone (co-executive producer)
Lee Supercinski (producer)
Claudia Katz (producer)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
Peter Avanzino (supervising director/directed by)
David D. Au (assistant director)
Comedy Central
For episode: "Meanwhile".
Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance
Maurice LaMarche
Comedy Central
For playing: "Calculon" and "Morbo". For episode: "Calculon 2.0".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2012

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Maurice LaMarche

For playing "Calculon/Clamps/Donbot/Hedonismbot/Hyperchicken/Morbo" in episode "The Silence of the ... More

For playing "Calculon/Clamps/Donbot/Hedonismbot/Hyperchicken/Morbo" in episode "The Silence of the Clamps"

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (executive producer/writer)
Patric M. Verrone (co-executive producer)
Josh Weinstein (co-executive producer)
Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)
Michael Rowe (co-executive producer)
Dan Vebber (co-executive producer)
Lee Supercinski (producer)
Claudia Katz (producer)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
Peter Avanzino (supervising director)
Raymie Muzquiz (director)
Aldin Baroza (assistant director)
Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
For episode "The Tip of the Zoidberg"

Primetime Emmy Awards 2011

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Maurice LaMarche
For playing "Lrrr & Orson Welles". For episode "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences"
Outstanding Animated Program
Claudia Katz (produced by)
Peter Avanzino (supervising director/directed by)
Ken Keeler (executive producer)
Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)
Lee Supercinski (produced by)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Michael Rowe (co-executive producer)
Josh Weinstein (co-executive producer)
Ira Sherak (assistant director)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
Patric M. Verrone (co-executive producer)
Lewis Morton (written by)
Dan Vebber (co-executive producer)
Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
For episode "The Late Philip J. Fry."

Primetime Emmy Awards 2004

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (executive producer)
David A. Goodman (co-executive producer)
Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer/written by)
Eric Kaplan (supervising producer)
Bill Odenkirk (supervising producer)
Michael Rowe (producer)
Brian J. Cowan (producer)
Claudia Katz (produced by)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
Rich Moore (supervising director)
Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
Brian Sheesley (director)
Stephanie Arnett (assistant director)
For episode "The Sting".
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Ken Keeler (music and lyrics)
For the song "I Want My Hands Back". For episode "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings"

Primetime Emmy Awards 2003

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (executive producer)
David A. Goodman (co-executive producer)
Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer)
Bill Odenkirk (supervising producer)
Eric Kaplan (supervising producer/writer)
Eric Horsted (producer)
Michael Rowe (producer)
Brian J. Cowan (producer)
Claudia Katz (producer)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
Swinton O. Scott III (director)
Rich Moore (supervising director)
Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
Celeste Pustilnick (animation timer)
For episode "Jurassic Bark".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (co-executive producer)
Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)
Lewis Morton (supervising producer)
Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer)
J. Stewart Burns (supervising producer/writer)
Bill Odenkirk (producer)
Eric Kaplan (producer)
Brian J. Cowan (producer)
Claudia Katz (produced by)
Rich Moore (supervising director/director)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
For episode "Roswell That Ends Well".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2001

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual in Animation
Rodney Clouden (storyboard artist)
For episode "Parasites Lost".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (co-executive producer)
Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)
Lewis Morton (supervising producer/writer)
Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer)
J. Stewart Burns (supervising producer)
Bill Odenkirk (producer)
Eric Kaplan (producer)
Brian J. Cowan (producer)
Claudia Katz (produced by)
Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
Rich Moore (supervising director)
Brian Sheesley (director)
For episode "Amazon Women In The Mood".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2000

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation
Bari Kumar (color stylist)
For episode "A Bicyclops Built For Two".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1999

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Ken Keeler (co-executive producer)
Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)
Brian J. Cowan
J. Stewart Burns
Patric M. Verrone
Jason Grode
Tom Gammill (consulting producer)
Max Pross (consulting producer)
Richard Raynis (consulting producer)
Claudia Katz (animation producer)
Lewis Morton (producer/writer)
Susie Dietter (director)
Mili Smythe (co-producer)
Alex Johns (co-producer)
Gregg Vanzo (supervising director)
Rich Moore (supervising director)
For episode "A Big Piece of Garbage".

Annie Awards 2014

Won
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production
Lewis Morton
Episode: "Murder on the Planet Express"
Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in Editorial in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production
Paul D. Calder

Annie Awards 2013

Nominated
Annie
Writing in an Animated Television or Other Broadcast Venue Production
Eric Horsted
For episode "The Bots and the Bees"

Annie Awards 2012

Nominated
Annie
Writing in a Television Production
Josh Weinstein
For episode "All the Presidents' Heads"
Editing in Television Production
Paul D. Calder

Annie Awards 2011

Nominated
Annie
Best Animated Television Production
Curiosity Company, The
20th Century Fox Television (in association with)
Best Writing in a Television Production
Michael Rowe
Curiosity Company, The

Annie Awards 2004

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Music in an Animated Television Production
Ken Keeler
For episode "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings".
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Television Production
Patric M. Verrone
For episode "The Sting".

Annie Awards 2003

Won
Annie
Outstanding Directing in an Animated Television Production
Rich Moore
For episode "Roswell That Ends Well".
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Production
Curiosity Company

Annie Awards 2001

Won
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Ron Weiner
For episode "Luck of the Fryrish".
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production
John DiMaggio
- As the voice of "Bender". For episode "Bendless Love".
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Production

Annie Awards 2000

Won
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production
Brian Sheesley
For episode "Why Must I Be A Crustacean In Love".
Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production
Susie Dietter
For episode "A Bicyclops Built for Two".

Annie Awards 1999

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Ken Keeler
For episode "The Series Has Landed".
Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program

Behind the Voice Actors Awards 2013

Won
BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award
Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series - Comedy/Musical

Behind the Voice Actors Awards 2012

Won
BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award
Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series
Billy West
As the voice of "Philip J. Fry".
Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role
Maurice LaMarche
As the voice of "Lrrr".
Best Vocal Cast in a Television Series

Environmental Media Awards, USA 2011

Won
EMA Award
Television Episodic Comedy
For the episode "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular"

Environmental Media Awards, USA 2000

Won
EMA Award
Comedy - TV Episodic
For episode "The Problem with Popplers".

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2013

Nominated
IGN Award
Best TV DVD or Blu-Ray
For the "Futurama: The Complete Series" on DVD.

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2010

Won
IGN Award
Best TV Animated Series

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2012

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television
Travis Powers (supervising sound editor)
Paul D. Calder (supervising dialogue editor)
Chris Vallance (dialogue editor)
Episode: "Law & Oracle"

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2011

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television
Travis Powers (supervising sound editor)
Paul D. Calder (supervising dialogue editor)
Chris Vallance (dialogue editor)
Episode: "The Late Philip J. Fry"

Online Film & Television Association 2014

Won
OFTA Television Award
Best Animated Series
Nominated
OFTA Television Award
Best Voice-Over Performance
John DiMaggio
For playing "Bender".
Best Voice-Over Performance
Billy West
For playing "Phillip J. Fry".
Best Voice-Over Performance
Katey Sagal
For playing "Leela".

Online Film & Television Association 2002

Nominated
OFTA Television Award
Best Animated Series
Best Voice-Over Performance
Katey Sagal
For playing "Leela".

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America 2004

Nominated
Nebula Award
Best Script
David A. Goodman
For episode "Where No Fan Has Gone Before".

Television Critics Association Awards 1999

Nominated
TCA Award
Individual Achievement in Comedy
Matt Groening
For The Simpsons

Writers Guild of America, USA 2014

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Michael Rowe
Animation
Lewis Morton
Animation
Patric M. Verrone

Writers Guild of America, USA 2013

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Josh Weinstein

Writers Guild of America, USA 2012

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Eric Rogers

Writers Guild of America, USA 2011

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Ken Keeler
Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Patric M. Verrone

Writers Guild of America, USA 2004

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Patric M. Verrone
For Futurama: The Sting (2003).

Writers Guild of America, USA 2003

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
Ken Keeler
For Futurama: Godfellas (2002).

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