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(1972–1997)

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 1992

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Program
Judith Stoia (executive producer)
Lisa Schmid (producer)
For episode "In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story (#20.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1973

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming - Informational/Factual
William Hanna (producer)
Joseph Barbera (producer)
For episode "The Last of the Curlews (#1.1)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming - Informational/Factual
Jameson Brewer (writer)
For episode "The Last of the Curlews".

Casting Society of America, USA 1996

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime Special
Elissa Myers
Paul Fouquet
For episode "Daddy's Girl (#24.5)".
Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime Special
Meg Liberman
Marc Hirschfeld
For episode "Educating Mom (#24.4)".
Best Casting for TV Daytime Special
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Fast Forward (#24.1)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1992

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Stuart Howard
Amy Schecter
For episode "In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story (#20.1)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1991

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Elissa Myers
For episode "It's Only Rock & Roll".

Casting Society of America, USA 1990

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Elissa Myers
For episode "Over the Limit (#18.5)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1989

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Torn Between Two Fathers (#17.7)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1988

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story (#16.1)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1987

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Are You My Mother? (#14.6)".

Chicago International Film Festival 1990

Won
Certificate of Merit
Unknown
Eda Godel Hallinan
For episode "The Less Than Perfect Daughter (#19.4)".

Chicago International Film Festival 1981

Won
Silver Plaque
Unknown
Arthur Allan Seidelman
For episode "A Matter of Time (#9.5)".

Christopher Awards 1984

Won
Christopher Award
Television Special
Sharron Miller
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1997

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design/Styling
Durinda Wood
For episode "Educating Mom (#24.4)".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
John Watkin (producer)
Eamon Harrington (producer)
Hope Kaplan Biller (co-producer)
Betsy Schechter (co-producer)
For episode "Miracle at Trapper Creek"
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Sam McMurray
For episode "Teenage Confidential".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Victor Du Bois
For episode "Too Soon For Jeff".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
John Watkin
Eamon Harrington
For episode "Miracle at Trapper Creek".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Dianah Wynter
For episode "Daddy's Girl (#24.5)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Courtney Flavin
For episode "Educating Mom (#24.4)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Karen Kasaba
Marilyn Reynolds
For episode "Too Soon for Jeff (#25.1)".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1996

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Kate Burton
For episode "Notes for My Daughter".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
John Watkin
Eamon Harrington
For episode "Positive: A Journey Into AIDS (#24.2)".
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing
Nina Gilberti
For episode "Positive: A Journey Into AIDS (#24.2)".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Wendy Riche (executive producer)
Eamon Harrington (producer)
John Watkin (producer)
Shelley Curtis (co-producer)
For episode "Positive: A Journey into AIDS".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Kristen Cloke
For episode "Long Road Home".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Grace Johnston
For episode "Notes for My Daughter".
Outstanding Sound Mixing
Galen Handy (sound mixer)
Paul Schremp (post-production mixer)
For episode Fast Forward

Daytime Emmy Awards 1995

Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Film Sound Mixing
Don Summer (production mixer)
Thomas Orsi (sound designer/mixer)
For episode Boys Will Be Boys

Daytime Emmy Awards 1994

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing
David Greenwald
For episode "Girlfriend".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Don Murray
For episode "Montana Crossroads".
Outstanding Children's Special
Kate Forte
For episode "Girlfriend"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Casey Kurtti
For episode "Girlfriend"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1993

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Debra Di Maio (executive producer)
Oprah Winfrey (supervising producer)
Tod Lending (coordinating producer)
Ray Nunn (senior producer)
John Watkin (producer)
Eamon Harrington (producer)
For episode "Shades of a Single Protein".
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing
David Leveen
For episode "Shades of a Single Protein".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
John Watkin
Eamon Harrington
For episode "Shades of a Single Protein"
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography
Gary Corrigan
Bob Lechterman
For episode "Shades of a Single Protein"
Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing
Michael Mabbott
Tom Blair
For episode "Surviving a Break-Up"
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing
Michael Mabbott
Tom Blair
For episode "Surviving a Break-Up"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1992

Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Alison Bartlett
For episode "It's Only Rock & Roll".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Matt McGrath
For episode "It's Only Rock & Roll".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Henry Lynk
For episode "It's Only Rock & Roll"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1991

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Directing - Special Class
Kristoffer Tabori
For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Courtney Flavin (teleplay/story)
Tracey Thompson (story)
Beth Thompson (story)
For episode "A Question About Sex".
Outstanding Film Editing
Barbara Pokras
For episode "The Perfect Date".
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
David E. Fluhr (re-recording mixer)
Mark Bovos (production mixer)
For episode "A Question About Sex".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Robyn Lively
For episode "The Less Than Perfect Daughter (#19.4)".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Richard Murphy
For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Lycia Naff
For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Josef Anderson
For Episode "The Perfect Date"
Outstanding Film Editing
Patrick Gregston
For episode "The Less Than Perfect Daughter"...

Daytime Emmy Awards 1990

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
James L. Carter
For episode "Torn Between Two Fathers (#17.7)".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
Stan Salfas
For episode "All That Glitters (#18.4)".
Outstanding Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
Galen Handy (production sound mixer)
David E. Fluhr (re-recording mixer)
American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
For episode: "Torn Between Two Fathers".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Elizabeth Bliss
For episode "Torn Between Two Fathers".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Elizabeth Franz
For episode "A Town's Revenge".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition
Earl Rose
For episode "My Dad Can't Be Crazy... Can He? (#18.1)".
Outstanding Children's Special
Frank Doelger (producer)
Howard Meltzer (producer)
For episode "A Town's Revenge"
Outstanding Achievement in Directing - Special Class
Helen Whitney
For episode "A Town's Revenge"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1989

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Frank Doelger (executive producer)
Roberta Rowe (producer)
For episode "Taking a Stand".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Betty Buckley
For episode "Taking a Stand (#17.4)".
Special Class Directing
Sandy Smolan
For episode "Taking a Stand".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Christopher Whitesell
For episode "Daddy Can't Read"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Jeanne Betancourt
For episode "Tattle: When to Tell on a Friend".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1988

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Philip Bosco
For episode "Read Between The Lines".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Victoria Hochberg
For episode "Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Tom Hurwitz
For episode "Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story (#16.1)".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Diana Kerew (executive producer)
Carol Polakoff (producer)
For episode "Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story".
Outstanding Children's Special
Joanna Lee
For episode "The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit: The Brad Silverman Story".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Uta Hagen
For episode "Seasonal Differences".
Outstanding Directing in Children's Programming
Kevin Hooks
For episode "Class Act: A Teacher's Story".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Christopher Whitesell (teleplay/story)
Susan Rohrer (story)
John Alan Palmer (story)
For episode "Terrible Things My Mother Told Me".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Daniel Yarussi
For episode "The Day My Kid Went Punk".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1987

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Milton Justice (executive producer)
Joseph Feury (producer)
For episode "Wanted: The Perfect Guy".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Madeline Kahn
For episode "Wanted: The Perfect Guy".
Outstanding Film Sound Editing
Greg Sheldon
Ira Spiegel
For episode "The Gift of Amazing Grace".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Diana Kerew (executive producer)
Carol Polakoff (producer)
For episode "Supermom's Daughter".
Outstanding Children's Special
Fran Sears (executive producer/producer)
For episode "Teen Father".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Adolph Caesar
For episode "Getting Even: A Wimp's Revenge".
Outstanding Directing in Children's Programming
Kevin Hooks
For episode "Teen Father".
Outstanding Cinematography
Robert Leacock
For episode "Teen Father".
Outstanding Film Editing
Katherine Wenning
For episode "The Gift of Amazing Grace".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition
Harold Wheeler (composer)
For episode "The Gift of Amazing Grace".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1986

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Pearl Bailey
For episode "Cindy Eller: A Modern Fairy Tale".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition
Michael Franks
For episode "Are You My Mother?".
Outstanding Film Sound Editing
David Gelfand (supervising editor)
Laura Civiello (sound editor)
David Gelfand (supervising music editor)
For episode "Don't Touch".
Outstanding Film Sound Mixing
Petur Hliddal (production sound mixer)
Tom Fleischman (re-recording mixer)
American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
For episode "Can A Guy Say No".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Diana Kerew (executive producer)
Fred Berner (producer)
For episode "Don't Touch".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Michael York
For episode "Are You My Mother?".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Beau Bridges
For episode "Can a Guy Say No?".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Jeanne Betancourt
For episode "Don't Touch".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Judy Engles
For episode "Can a Guy Say No?".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Paul Lohmann
For episode "Are You My Mother?".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Peter Stein
For episode "Don't Touch".
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design
John Patton
For episode "No Greater Gift".
Outstanding Achievement in Makeup
Larry Abbott
For episode "No Greater Gift".
Outstanding Film Sound Editing
Marshall Grupp (supervising sound editor)
Hal Levinsohn (sound editor)
For episode "Can a Guy Say No?".
Outstanding Film Sound Mixing
Bruce Perlman (production mixer)
David E. Fluhr (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Are You My Mother?".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1985

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Directing in Children's Programming
Joan Darling
For episode "Mom's on Strike".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Barry Sonnenfeld
For episode "Out of Step".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
Michael J. Lynch
For episode "Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Diana Kerew
Carol Polakoff
For episode "I Want to Go Home".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Franklin Thompson (story)
Arthur Heinemann (teleplay)
For episode "Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Gregory M. Cummins
For episode "Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
Katherine Wenning
For episode "Mom's on Strike".
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design
Howard Cummings (art director)
For episode " Out of Step".
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design
Hilary Rosenfeld
For episode "Mom's on Strike".
Outstanding Film Sound Editing
David Gelfand
For episode "Mom's on Strike".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1984

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Jane Startz (executive producer)
Doro Bachrach (producer)
For episode "The Great Love Experiment".
Outstanding Individual Direction in Children's Programming
Robert Mandel
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Cinematography in Children's Programming
Hanania Baer
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Music Composition in Children's Programming
Misha Segal
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy (#12.4)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Design Crafts in Children's Programming - Art Direction
Cary White
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Technical Crafts in Children's Programming - Associate Direction/Videotape Editing
Arthur Schneider
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Technical Crafts in Children's Programming - Make-Up and Hair Design
Marie-Ange Ripka
For episode "The Great Love Experiment".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Martin Tahse
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Carrie Snodgress
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Individual Direction in Children's Programming
Harry Harris
For episode "Have You Ever Been Ashamed of Your Parents?".
Outstanding Individual Direction in Children's Programming
Claudia Weill
For episode "The Great Love Experiment".
Outstanding Writing in Children's Programming
Virginia L. Carter
Fern Field
Michael McGreevey
For episode "The Celebrity and the Arcade Kid".
Outstanding Cinematography in Children's Programming
Kees Van Oostrum
For episode "The Hand Me Down Kid".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Technical Crafts in Children's Programming - Technical Direction/Electronic Camerawork
Erik Daarstad
For episode "Have You Ever Been Ashamed of Your Parents?".
Outstanding Film Editing in Children's Programming
Michael R. Miller
For episode "It's No Crush, I'm in Love".
Outstanding Film Editing in Children's Programming
Pamela Scott Arnold
For episode "The Hand Me Down Kid (#12.2)".
Outstanding Music Composition in Children's Programming
Howard Goodall
For episode "It's No Crush, I'm in Love".
Outstanding Music Composition in Children's Programming
Doug Katsaros
For episode "The Great Love Experiment".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Technical Crafts in Children's Programming - Audio
Lee Dichter (re-recording mixer)
Mark Dichter (sound mixer)
Michael Miller (audio editor)
For episode "It's No Crush, I'm in Love".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Design Crafts in Children's Programming - Art Direction
Virginia Field
For episode "It's No Crush, I'm in Love".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Design Crafts in Children's Programming - Costume Design
Jean Blackburn
For episode "Andrea's Story: A Hitchhiking Tragedy".
Outstanding Film Editing in Children's Programming
Sally Turkle Coryn (editor)
American Broadcasting Company (ABC)
For episode: "Have You Ever Been Ashamed of Your Parents?".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1983

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Dick Clark (executive producer)
Preston Fisher (executive producer)
Joanne Curley-Kerner (producer)
Sharron Miller (producer)
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
Cloris Leachman
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".
Outstanding Individual Direction in Children's Programming
Sharron Miller
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Writing
Arthur Heinemann
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".
Outstanding Music Composition/Direction in Children's Programming
Elliot Lawrence
For episode "Sometimes I Don't Love My Mother".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Writing
Daryl Warner
Carolyn Miller
For episode "Sometimes I Don't Love My Mother".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Make-Up Design and Hair Design
Scott Hamilton (makeup designer)
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Make-Up Design and Hair Design
Carla White (hair/makeup designer)
For episode "Amy & the Angel".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1982

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Diana Kerew (producer)
Patrick McCormick (producer)
For episode "Starstruck".
Outstanding Individual Direction in Children's Programming
Arthur Allan Seidelman
For episode "She Drinks a Little (#10.1)".
Outstanding Writing for Children's Programming
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "She Drinks a Little".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Art Direction/Scenic Design/Set Decoration
Claude Bonniere
For episode "My Mother Was Never a Kid".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Makeup and Hair Design
Judi Cooper-Sealy
For episode "My Mother Was Never a Kid".
Outstanding Music Composition/Direction in Children's Programming
Elliot Lawrence
For episode "The Unforgivable Secret".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Direction in Children's Programming
Jeff Bleckner
For episode "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now"
Outstanding Cinematography in Children's Programming
Hanania Baer
For episode "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Film Editing
Gloria Whittemore
For episode "My Mother Was Never a Kid".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Art Direction/Scenic Design/Set Decoration
Cary White
For episode "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Costume Design
Delphine White
For episode "My Mother Was Never a Kid (#9.7)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Costume Design
Jean Blackburn
For episode "She Drinks a Little".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Makeup and Hair Design
Shonagh Jabour
For episode "My Mother Was Never a Kid".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Makeup and Hair Design
Nancy Ferguson
For episode "She Drinks a Little".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1981

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Martin Tahse (executive producer/producer)
For episode "A Matter of Time".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Costume Designers
Dorothy Weaver
For episode "A Family of Strangers".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Directors
John Herzfeld
For episode "Stoned".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Performers
Danny Aiello
For episode "A Family of Strangers".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Linda Gottlieb (executive producer)
Doro Bachrach (producer)
Franklin Getchel (producer)
For episode "A Family of Strangers".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Cinematographers
Larry Pizer
For episode "Stoned".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Costume Designers
Dianne Finn-Chapman
For episode "Stoned".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Costume Designers
Barbara Warwick
For episode "A Matter of Time".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Makeup and Hair Designers
Christy Ann Newquist
For episode "A Matter of Time".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Performers
Scott Baio
For episode "Stoned".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Writers
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "A Matter of Time".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Writers
John Herzfeld
For episode "Stoned".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1980

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Daniel Wilson (executive producer)
Linda Marmelstein (producer)
For episode "The Late Great Me: Story of a Teenage Alcoholic".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
George Alch (audio engineer)
For episode "A Special Gift".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Robert E. Collins
For episode "The Heartbreak Winner".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Maia Danziger (performer)
For episode "The Late Great Me! Story of a Teenage Alcoholic".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Jan Hartman (writer)
For episode "The Late Great Me! Story of a Teenage Alcoholic".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Anthony Lover (director)
For episode "The Late Great Me! Story of a Teenage Alcoholic".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Butterfly McQueen (performer)
For episode "Seven Wishes of a Rich Kid".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Vincent Sklena (film editor)
For episode "The Late Great Me! Story of a Teenage Alcoholic"
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Melissa Sue Anderson (performer)
For episode "Which Mother Is Mine? (#8.1)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Arthur Allan Seidelman (director)
For episode "Which Mother Is Mine? (#8.1)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
John Beymer (cinematographer)
Mike Fash (cinematographer)
For episode "A Movie Star's Daughter "
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Glenn Paxton (music composer)
For episode "Which Mother Is Mine?".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Hod David Schudson (music composer)
For episode "Heartbreak Winner".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1979

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Larry Elikann (director)
For episode "Mom and Dad Can't Hear Me".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Vince Humphrey (film editor)
For episode "Gaucho".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Linda Gottlieb (executive producer)
Evelyn Barron (producer)
For episode "Make Believe Marriage".
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Daniel Wilson (executive producer)
Fran Sears (producer)
For episode "Mom And Dad Can't Hear Me".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1978

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Daniel Wilson (executive producer)
Fran Sears (producer)
For episode "Hewitt's Just Different".
Outstanding Children's Informational Special
Martin Tahse (producer)
For episode "Very Good Friends" (aka "Beat The Turtle Drum").
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Jan Hartman (writer)
For episode "Hewitt's Just Different".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Martin Tahse
For episode "The Pinballs".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1977

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Informational Special
David H. DePatie (executive producer)
Friz Freleng (executive producer)
Robert Chenault (producer)
For episode "My Mom's Having A Baby".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Martin Tahse
For episode "Francesca, Baby".
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Daniel Wilson
For episode "Blind Sunday".
Outstanding Children's Entertainment Special
Daniel Wilson (executive producer)
Fran Sears (producer)
For episode "P.J. and the President's Son".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1976

Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Entertainment - Children's Special
Arthur Barron
Evelyn Barron
For episode "It Must Be Love ('Cause I Feel So Dumb!)".
Outstanding Entertainment - Children's Special
Daniel Wilson
For episode "Me and Dad's New Wife"
Outstanding Informational Children's Special
Daniel Wilson
For episode "Winning and Losing: Diary of a Campaign".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1974

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Entertainment Children's Special
Daniel Wilson
For episode "Rookie of the Year".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Entertainment Children's Special
Gerald I. Isenberg (executive producer)
Richard Marx (producer)
For episode "My Dad Lives in a Downtown Hotel".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1997

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs
Kristoffer Tabori
For episode "Educating Mom (#24.4)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1992

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Consuelo González
For episode "In the Shadow of Love: A Teen AIDS Story".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1990

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Lynn Hamrick
Michael D. Pariser (unit production manager/first assistant director) (plaque)
Steven Pomeroy (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Testing Dirty (#19.2)".
Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Joanna Lee
For episode "My Dad Can't Be Crazy... Can He? (#18.1)".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Richard Masur
For episode "Torn Between Two Fathers (#17.7)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1989

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Gilbert Moses
For episode "Daddy Can't Read".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1988

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Victoria Hochberg
Carol Polakoff (unit production manager) (plaque)
Bob Dahlin (first assistant director) (plaque)
Jodi Ehrlich (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story (#16.1)".
Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Joanna Lee
For episode "The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit: The Brad Silverman Story".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1987

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Catlin Adams
Lewis Gould (first assistant director) (plaque)
Tony Adler (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Wanted: The Perfect Guy (#15.2)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1986

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Claude Kerven
For episode "High School Narc".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1985

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Joan Darling
Carol Polakoff (unit production manager) (plaque)
Ira Halberstadt (first assistant director) (plaque)
Stephen Wertimer (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Mom's on Strike (#13.4)".
Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Robert Chenault
For episode "The Hero Who Couldn't Read".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1984

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Sharron Miller
Paul Deason (unit production manager/first assistant director) (plaque)
Leslie Waldman (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".
Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Mark Cullingham
For episode "It's No Crush, I'm in Love".

Humanitas Prize 1996

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Betty G. Birney
For episode "Fast Forward (#24.1)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Courtney Flavin
For episode "Educating Mom".

Humanitas Prize 1995

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Carol Starr Schneider
David J. Eagle
For episode "Boys Will Be Boys".

Humanitas Prize 1994

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Marilyn Webber (teleplay by)
Regge Bulman (story by)
For episode "Montana Crossroads".

Humanitas Prize 1990

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Bruce Harmon
For episode "A Town's Revenge (#18.3)".

Humanitas Prize 1989

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Bruce Harmon
Donald MacDonald
For episode "Date Rape".
Children's Live-Action Category
Bruce Harmon
For episode "Taking A Stand".

Humanitas Prize 1988

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Joanna Lee
For episode "The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit: The Brad Silverman Story (#16.2)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Victoria Hochberg
For episode "Just A Regular Kid: An AIDS Story".

Humanitas Prize 1987

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Jeanne Betancourt
For episode "Teen Father ".

Humanitas Prize 1986

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Jeanne Betancourt
For episode "Don't Touch".

Image Awards 1982

Won
Image Award
Best Children's Special or Episode in a Series
For episode "The Color of Friendship (#10.4)".

News & Documentary Emmy Awards 1974

Won
Emmy
Outstanding Informational Children's Special
Joseph Barbera (executive producer)
William Hanna (executive producer)
William Schwartz (producer)
For episode "Runaways".

Peabody Awards 1984

Won
Peabody Award
For episode "The Woman Who Willed a Miracle (#11.5)".

Peabody Awards 1980

Won
Peabody Award
American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (ABC-TV)
For episode "A Special Gift (#8.3)".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1997

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Courtney Flavin
For episode "Educating Mom (#24.4)".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1991

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Josef Anderson

For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)". Tied with Cynthia A. Cherbak, Elizabeth Hansen and Herb ... More

For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)". Tied with Cynthia A. Cherbak, Elizabeth Hansen and Herb Stein for _"CBS Schoolbreak Special" (1984) For episode "American Eyes (#7.4)".


Young Artist Awards 1996

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Performance by a Young Actor - TV Special
Geoffrey Scott Brown
For episode "Fast Forward (#24.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1991

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Family Special
For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)".

Young Artist Awards 1990

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress Starring in a TV Movie, Pilot or Special
Amy Lynne
For episode "Private Affairs (#18.2)".

Young Artist Awards 1989

Won
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Cable Family Show
For episode "Just a Regular Kid: An AIDS Story (#16.1)".
Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress in a Special, Pilot, Movie of the Week or Mini-Series
Tonya Crowe
For episode "A Family Again (#17.2)".
Best Young Actor in a Special, Pilot, Movie of the Week or Mini-Series
James Marshall
For episode "Date Rape (#17.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1988

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Drama Special, Movie of the Week or Variety Show
Carl Steven
For episode "The Kid Who Wouldn't Quit: The Brad Silverman Story (#16.2)".
Best Television Family Special, Movie of the Week or Variety Show
For episode "A Desperate Exit (#15.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1987

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Supporting Role - TV Special or Movie of the Week
Joseph Lawrence
For episode "Don't Touch (#14.3)".
Exceptional Family TV Special or Movie of the Week
For episode "Don't Touch (#14.3)".

Young Artist Awards 1986

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Family Television Special
For episode "No Greater Gift (#14.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1985

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Family Film Made for Television
Joaquin Phoenix
River Phoenix
For episode "Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia (#12.6)".
Best Family Film Made for Television
For episode "Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia (#12.6)".
Best Family Film Made for Television
For episode "Summer Switch (#13.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1984

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress in a Movie Made for Television
Tracey Gold
For episode "The Hand Me Down Kid (#12.2)".

Young Artist Awards 1983

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Television Special
Jason Hervey
For episode "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now (#10.6)".
Best Young Actor in a Television Special
Jason Lively
For episode "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now (#10.6)".

Young Artist Awards 1982

Won
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Television Special
Scott Baio
For episode "Stoned (#9.4)".

Young Artist Awards 1981

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best After School Television Special
For episode "Seven Wishes of a Rich Kid (#7.7)".
Best Young Actor - TV Special
Evan Mirand
For episode "Seven Wishes of a Rich Kid (#7.7)".

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