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Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 2014

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance
Seth MacFarlane
Fox Network

For playing: "Peter Griffin", "Stewie Griffin" and "Glenn Quagmire". For episode: "Into Harmony's ... More

For playing: "Peter Griffin", "Stewie Griffin" and "Glenn Quagmire". For episode: "Into Harmony's Way".


Primetime Emmy Awards 2013

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Seth MacFarlane
Fox Network
For playing "Brian Griffin", "Peter Griffin" and "Stewie Griffin". For episode "Brian's Play".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Alex Borstein
Fox Network
For playing "Lois Griffin" and "Tricia Takanawa". For episode "Lois Comes Out of Her Shell".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2011

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation
Patrick S. Clark (production sound mixer)
Jim Fitzpatrick (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Road To The North Pole".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics
Ron Jones (music by)
Seth MacFarlane (music & lyrics by)
Danny Smith (lyrics by)
For the song "Christmastime Is Killing Us". For episode "Road To The North Pole".
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Ron Jones (music by)
For episode "Road To The North Pole".
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Walter Murphy (music by)
For episode "And Then There Were Fewer".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2010

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual in Animation
Greg Colton (storyboard artist)
For episode "Road to the Multiverse".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics
Walter Murphy (music by)
Seth MacFarlane (music & lyrics by)
For the song "Down's Syndrome Girl". For episode "Extra Large Medium".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2009

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Seth MacFarlane
For playing "Peter Griffin". For episode "I Dream of Jesus".
Outstanding Comedy Series
Seth MacFarlane (executive producer)
David A. Goodman (executive producer)
Chris Sheridan (executive producer)
Danny Smith (executive producer)
Mark Hentemann (co-executive producer)
Steve Callaghan (co-executive producer)
Brian Scully (co-executive producer)
Richard Appel (co-executive producer)
Wellesley Wild (supervising producer)
Alec Sulkin (supervising producer)
Mike Henry (supervising producer)
Kara Vallow (producer)
Kirker Butler (producer)
Shannon Smith (producer)

Primetime Emmy Awards 2008

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More)
Seth MacFarlane (executive producer)
David A. Goodman (executive producer)
Chris Sheridan (executive producer)
Danny Smith (co-executive producer)
Mark Hentemann (co-executive producer)
Steve Callaghan (co-executive producer)
Alex Borstein (supervising producer)
Mike Henry (supervising producer)
Alec Sulkin (supervising producer/writer)
Wellesley Wild (supervising producer)
Kara Vallow (producer)
Shannon Smith (animation producer)
Dominic Polcino (director)
Peter Shin (supervising director)
Joseph Lee (assistant director)
Andi Klein (timing supervisor)
For episode "Blue Harvest".
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Ron Jones
For episode "Lois Kills Stewie".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2007

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation
Steve Fonti (storyboard artist)
For episode "No Chris Left Behind".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics
Danny Smith (lyric)
Walter Murphy (music)
For the song "My Drunken Irish Dad". For episode "Peter's Two Dads".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2006

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Seth MacFarlane (executive producer)
David A. Goodman (executive producer)
Chris Sheridan (executive producer)
Danny Smith (co-executive producer)
Michael Rowe (supervising producer)
Kara Vallow (producer)
Shannon Smith (animation producer)
Alec Sulkin (written by)
Wellesley Wild (written by)
Peter Shin (supervising director)
Dan Povenmire (director)
Chris Robertson (assistant director)
Andi Klein (timing supervisor)
For episode "PTV".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2005

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Seth MacFarlane (executive producer/writer)
David A. Goodman (executive producer)
Chris Sheridan (executive producer)
Danny Smith (co-executive producer)
Kara Vallow (producer)
Shannon Smith (animation producer)
Peter Shin (supervising director/director)
Greg Colton (assistant director)
For episode "North by North Quahog".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Walter Murphy (composer)
Seth MacFarlane (lyricist)
For episode "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows". For the song "You've Got a Lot to See".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2000

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Seth MacFarlane
For playing "Stewie Griffin".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Ron Jones (composer)
Chris Sheridan (lyricist)
For the song "We Only Live To Kiss Your Ass".
Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Seth MacFarlane (executive producer)
David Zuckerman (executive producer)
Craig Hoffman (co-executive producer)
Daniel Palladino (co-executive producer)
Danny Smith (co-executive producer)
Billiam Coronel
Matt Weitzman
Mike Barker
Sherry Gunther
Gary Janetti (writer)
Pete Michels (supervising director)
Peter Shin (supervising director)
Dan Povenmire (director)
For episode "Road To Rhode Island".

BAFTA Awards 2010

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best International
Seth MacFarlane

BAFTA Awards 2008

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best International
Seth MacFarlane
David A. Goodman
Chris Sheridan
Danny Smith

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2013

Won
ASCAP Award
Top Television Series
Seth MacFarlane
Walter Murphy
Ron Jones

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2008

Won
Saturn Award
Best Presentation on Television
For episode "Blue Harvest".

Annie Awards 2009

Nominated
Annie
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production or Short Form
Seth MacFarlane
For episode "I Dream of Jesus".

Annie Awards 2008

Won
Annie
Best Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production
Steve Fonti
For episode "No Chris Left Behind".

Annie Awards 2007

Nominated
Annie
Best Character Animation in a Television Production
Eileen K. Kohlhepp
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production
Mila Kunis
As the voice of Meg Griffin. For episode "Barely Legal".
Best Writing in an Animated Television Production
Kirker Butler
For episode "Barely Legal".
Best Writing in an Animated Television Production
John Viener
For episode "The Griffin Family History".

Annie Awards 2006

Won
Annie
Best Directing in an Animated Television Production
Peter Shin
For episode "North by North Quahog".
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production
Seth MacFarlane
As the voice of "Stewie". For episode "Brian the Bachelor".
Nominated
Annie
Best Directing in an Animated Television Production
Dan Povenmire
For episode "PTV".

Annie Awards 2000

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Television Production
Walter Murphy (music)
For episode "Dammit Janet".

Annie Awards 1999

Nominated
Annie
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Television Production
Walter Murphy (composer)
Seth MacFarlane (lyricist)
David Zuckerman (lyricist)
For the main title.

Casting Society of America, USA 2013

Won
Artios
Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Animation
Linda Lamontagne (casting director)

Casting Society of America, USA 2012

Won
Artios
Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Animation
Linda Lamontagne (Casting Director)

Casting Society of America, USA 2010

Won
Artios
Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Animation TV Programming
Linda Lamontagne

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2010

Nominated
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for DVD Original Programming
Jim Fitzpatrick (re-recording mixer)
Patrick S. Clark (production mixer)
For episode "Something, Something, Something Dark Side".

Critics Choice Television Awards 2014

Nominated
Critics' Choice TV Award
Best Animated Series

Critics Choice Television Awards 2012

Nominated
Critics' Choice TV Award
Best Animated Series

Grammy Awards 2012

Nominated
Grammy
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
Seth MacFarlane (Songwriter)
Ron Jones (Songwriter)
Danny Smith (Songwriter)
For the song "Christmastime Is Killing Us"

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2013

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television
Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor)
Dale W. Perry (foley artist)
Andrew Ellerd (sound designer)
Patrick S. Clark (editor)
Timothy A. Cleveland (editor)
Mark Eklund (editor)
Episode: "Yug Ylimaf"

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2010

Won
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Direct to Video
Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor)
Andrew Ellerd (sound designer)
Stan Jones (music editor)
Dale W. Perry (foley artist)
Patrick S. Clark (dialogue editor)
Mark Eklund (dialogue editor)
Brian Nichols (sound effects editor)
Douglas M. Lackey (music editor)
Episode: "Something, Something, Something, Darkside"

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2009

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Television Animation
Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor)
Andrew Ellerd (sound designer, sound effects editor)
Patrick S. Clark (dialogue editor)
Jeremy Olsen (sound editor)
Stan Jones (music editor)
Douglas M. Lackey (music editor)
Dale W. Perry (foley artist)
Episode: "Road To Germany"

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2006

Won
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing in Television Animated
Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor)
Stan Jones (music editor)
Douglas M. Lackey (music editor)
Andrew Ellerd (sound/foley editor)
Robert Ramirez (sound editor)
Patrick Hogan (dialogue/adr editor)
Sonya Henry (dialogue/adr editor)
Dale W. Perry (foley artist)
For episode "Blind Ambition".

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2001

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Television Animated Series - Sound
Bob Newlan (supervising sound editor)
Andrew Ellerd (sound editor)
Erik Aadahl (sound editor)
Michael Babcock (sound editor)
Jeff Sawyer (sound editor)
Helen Luttrell (foley editor/dialogue editor)
For episode "He's Too Sexy For His Fat".

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2000

Nominated
Golden Reel Award
Best Sound Editing - Television Animated Series - Sound
Bob Newlan (supervising sound/foley/dialogue/adr editor)
Helen Luttrell (foley editor/dialogue editor)
Andrew Ellerd (foley editor)
For episode "Da Boom".

People's Choice Awards, USA 2015

Nominated
People's Choice Award
Favorite Animated TV Show

People's Choice Awards, USA 2011

Nominated
People's Choice Award
Favorite TV Family
The Griffins

People's Choice Awards, USA 2009

Nominated
People's Choice Award
Favorite Animated Comedy

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

Satellite Awards 2004

Nominated
Golden Satellite Award
Best DVD Release of TV Shows
For Volume 2.

TP de Oro, Spain 2008

Nominated
TP de Oro
Best Animated Series (Mejor Serie de Animación)

Teen Choice Awards 2013

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2012

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show
Fuzzy Door Productions
20th Century Fox Television

Teen Choice Awards 2011

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show
Choice TV: Villain
Seth MacFarlane
as Stewie Griffin

Teen Choice Awards 2010

Won
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2009

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2008

Won
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2007

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2006

Won
Teen Choice Award
TV - Choice Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2005

Nominated
Teen Choice Award
Choice TV Show: Comedy
Choice TV Actor: Comedy
Choice TV Sidekick
Brian Griffin, the Dog.
Choice TV Chemistry
Stewie Griffin and Brian Griffin.

Visual Effects Society Awards 2011

Nominated
VES Award
Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Broadcast Program or Commercial
Andrew Karr
Alec McClymont
Daniel Osaki
Paul Hegg
for the episode "Brian Griffin's House of Payne"

Writers Guild of America, USA 2013

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Animation
David A. Goodman

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