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(2004–2006)

Awards

Golden Globes, USA 2005

Won
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama
Ian McShane
Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Television Series - Drama

Primetime Emmy Awards 2007

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)
John Rizzo (department head makeup artist)
Ron Snyder (assistant department head makeup artist)
Bob Scribner (key makeup artist)
James R. Scribner (additional makeup artist)
For episode "I Am Not The Fine Man You Take Me For".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series
Maria Caso (production designer)
David Potts (art director)
Ernie Bishop (set decorator)
For episode "Tell Your God To Ready For Blood, True Colors, Amateur Night".
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series
Joseph E. Gallagher (director of photography)
For episode "Catbird Seat".
Outstanding Costumes for a Series
Janie Bryant (costume designer)
Le Dawson (costume supervisor)
For episode "Amateur Night".
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
Peter Tothpal (department head hairstylist)
Carol Pershing (assistant department head hairstylist)
De'Ann Power (additional hairstylist)
For episode "A Constant Throb".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)
Geoffrey Patterson (production mixer)
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
William Freesh (re-recording mixer)
For episode "A Two-Headed Beast".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2005

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series
Maria Caso (production designer)
James J. Murakami (art director)
David Potts (art director)
Ernie Bishop (set decorator)
For episodes "Requiem for a Gleet"/"Complications"/"Childish Things".
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series
James Glennon (director of photography)
For episode "Complications".
Outstanding Costumes for a Series
Janie Bryant (costume designer)
Le Dawson (costume supervisor)
For episode "Boy the Earth Talks to".
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
Carol Pershing (department head hairstylist)
Terry Baliel (key hairstylist)
Kimberley Spiteri (key hairstylist)
For episode "Boy the Earth Talks to".
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)
John Rizzo (department head makeup)
Adam Brandy (assistant department head makeup)
Ron Snyder (key makeup artist)
Deborah McNulty (makeup artist)
For episode "A Lie Agreed Upon", part I.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series
Junie Lowry-Johnson (casting by)
Libby Goldstein (casting by)
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
Gregg Fienberg (directed by)
For episode "Complications".
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series
Stephen Mark (editor)
For episode "A Lie Agreed Upon", part I.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Ian McShane
Outstanding Drama Series
David Milch (executive producer)
Gregg Fienberg (executive producer)
Scott Stephens (supervising producer)
Jody Worth (supervising producer)
Ed Bianchi (producer)
Elizabeth Sarnoff (producer)
Ted Mann (producer)
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series
Geoffrey Patterson (production mixer)
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
William Freesh (re-recording mixer)
For episode "A Lie Agreed Upon", part I.

Primetime Emmy Awards 2004

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
Walter Hill (director)
For episode "Deadwood" (pilot).
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series
Larry Mann (supervising sound editor)
Stephen Hunter Flick (sound editor)
Mark Larry (sound editor)
Benjamin L. Cook (sound editor)
Takako Ishikawa (sound editor)
Samuel C. Crutcher (sound editor)
Devin Joseph (sound editor)
Kevin Wahrman (sound editor)
Carmine Rubino (sound editor)
Micha Liberman (music editor)
Amy Kane (foley artist)
Anita Cannella (foley artist)
For episode "Deadwood" (pilot).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series
Maria Caso (production designer)
James J. Murakami (art director)
John F. Brown (set decorator)
For episode "Deep Water/The Trial Of Jack McCall/Bullock Returns To The Camp".
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series
Junie Lowry-Johnson (casting by)
Libby Goldstein (casting by)
Outstanding Costumes for a Series
Janie Bryant (costume designer)
Beth Morgan (assistant costume designer)
Le Dawson (costume supervisor)
For episode "Mr. Wu".
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
Josée Normand (dept. head hairstylist)
Peter Tothpal (key hairstylist)
Susan Carol Schwary (hairstylist)
Ellen Powell (hairstylist)
For episode "Plague".
Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)
John Rizzo (dept. head makeup)
Adam Brandy (assistant dept. head makeup)
Brian McManus (makeup artist)
Deborah McNulty (makeup artist)
For episode "Here Was A Man".
Outstanding Main Title Theme Music
David Schwartz (composer)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Brad Dourif
For playing "Doc Cochran".
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Robin Weigert
For playing "Calamity Jane".
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
David Milch (writer)
For episode "Deadwood" (pilot).

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2007

Nominated
Actor
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Jim Beaver
Powers Boothe
Sean Bridgers
W. Earl Brown
Dayton Callie
Brian Cox
Kim Dickens
Brad Dourif
Anna Gunn
John Hawkes
Jeffrey Jones
Paula Malcomson
Gerald McRaney
Ian McShane
Timothy Olyphant
Molly Parker
Leon Rippy
William Sanderson
Brent Sexton
Bree Seanna Wall
Robin Weigert
Titus Welliver

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2006

Nominated
Actor
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
Ian McShane

AFI Awards, USA 2006

Won
AFI Award
TV Program of the Year

DEADWOOD is a Shakespearean epic in spurs and continues to blaze new trails in television as it ... More

DEADWOOD is a Shakespearean epic in spurs and continues to blaze new trails in television as it enters its second season. David Milch's use of language continues to astound, and when the superb ensemble acting, production design and costumes are added to the artistry of the page, the viewer enters a fully realized world of exceptional heft - which is just one of the four-letter words that best describe DEADWOOD.


AFI Awards, USA 2005

Won
AFI Award
TV Program of the Year

DEADWOOD stands tall in the proud tradition of the American Western. Grand schemes and ... More

DEADWOOD stands tall in the proud tradition of the American Western. Grand schemes and Shakespearean motives take viewers on a true journey through time, and yet the show's unique power comes from what is not necessarily true to the period, illustrating that sometimes storytellers have to lie to tell the truth. David Milch and his writers blend fact and fiction, historical and imagined characters, and use modern language to immerse viewers in a richly defined parallel universe that captures how dark and difficult life was in a time that has since been glamorized by Hollywood.


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2007

Nominated
Saturn Award
Best Television Series Release on DVD
For episode "The Complete Second Season".

American Cinema Editors, USA 2007

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited One-Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television
Stephen Mark
For episode "Tell Your God to Ready for Blood".

American Cinema Editors, USA 2006

Won
Eddie
Best Edited One-Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television
Stephen Mark
For episode "A Lie Agreed Upon", part 1.

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 2005

Nominated
ASC Award
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series
David Boyd
For episode "Deep Water".

Art Directors Guild 2007

Nominated
Excellence in Production Design Award
Episode of a Single-Camera Television Series
Maria Caso (production designer)
David Potts (art director)
Michael J. Kelley (assistant art director)
For episode "True Colors".

Art Directors Guild 2006

Nominated
Excellence in Production Design Award
Single-Camera Television Series
Maria Caso (production designer)
James J. Murakami (art director)
David Potts (art director)
Michael J. Kelley (assistant art director)
For episode "Requiem for a Gleet".

Astra Awards 2007

Nominated
Astra Award
Favourite International Program
Showtime Australia

Casting Society of America, USA 2004

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Episodic
Junie Lowry-Johnson
Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Pilot
Junie Lowry-Johnson
Julie Tucker (New York casting)

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2007

Won
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
William Freesh (re-recording mixer)
Geoffrey Patterson (production mixer)
For episode "A Two-Headed Beast".

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2006

Won
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
William Freesh (re-recording mixer)
Geoffrey Patterson (production mixer)
For episode "A Lie Agreed Upon", part 1.

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2005

Won
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Series
Geoffrey Patterson (production mixer)
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
William Freesh (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Deadwood".

Costume Designers Guild Awards 2007

Nominated
CDG Award
Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series
Janie Bryant

Costume Designers Guild Awards 2006

Nominated
CDG Award
Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series
Janie Bryant

Costume Designers Guild Awards 2005

Nominated
CDG Award
Outstanding Period/Fantasy Television Series
Janie Bryant

Directors Guild of America, USA 2005

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night
Walter Hill
Gregg Fienberg (unit production manager) (plaque)
James Alan Hensz (first assistant director) (plaque)
Kenneth Roth (second assistant director) (plaque)
Kevin Turley (second second assistant director) (plaque)
For the pilot episode.

Hollywood Post Alliance, US 2006

Nominated
HPA Awards
Outstanding Compositing - Television
Tim Jacobsen
David Altenau
Jason Fotter
Bob Minshall
Encore Hollywood
"Tell Your God to Ready for Blood" Season 3, Episode 1

Prism Awards 2005

Nominated
Prism Award
TV Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline
For episodes "The Trial of Jack McCall"/"Plague"/ "Bullock Returns to Camp".
Performance in a Drama Series Storyline
Robin Weigert

Satellite Awards 2005

Nominated
Golden Satellite Award
Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television
Keith Carradine
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Brad Dourif

Satellite Awards 2005

Nominated
Satellite Award
Outstanding Actor in a Series, Drama
Ian McShane
Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show
(Complete First Season).

TV Land Awards 2008

Nominated
TV Land Award
Character You REALLY Don't Want to Make Angry
Ian McShane

Television Critics Association Awards 2005

Nominated
TCA Award
Program of the Year
Outstanding Achievement in Drama
Individual Achievement in Drama
Ian McShane

Television Critics Association Awards 2004

Won
TCA Award
Individual Achievement in Drama
Ian McShane
Nominated
TCA Award
Outstanding Achievement in Drama
Outstanding New Program of the Year

Writers Guild of America, USA 2007

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Dramatic Series
W. Earl Brown
Regina Corrado
Alix Lambert
Ted Mann
Bernadette McNamara
David Milch
Kem Nunn
Nick Towne
Zack Whedon

Writers Guild of America, USA 2006

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Dramatic Series
Regina Corrado
Sara Hess
Ted Mann
Bryan McDonald
Bernadette McNamara
David Milch
Victoria Morrow
Peter Ocko
Elizabeth Sarnoff
Steve Shill
Nick Towne
Jody Worth

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