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(1984–1996)

Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 1994

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Program
Arnold Shapiro (executive producer)
David J. Eagle (producer)
Kerry Neal (producer)
Norman Marcus (co-producer)
Michael Killen (co-producer)
For episode "Kids Killing Kids (#12.4)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1996

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime Special
Meg Liberman
Marc Hirschfeld
For episode "Crosstown (#13.3)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1994

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Mary V. Buck
Susan Edelman
For episode "Other Mothers (#11.1)".
Best Casting for TV Nighttime Special
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Kids Killing Kids (#12.4)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1993

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Lisa London
For episode "Crosses on the Lawn (#10.5)".
Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Big Boys Don't Cry (#10.4)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1992

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen (#9.4)".
Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Stanley Carr
For episode "Dedicated to the One I Love (#9.1)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1991

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "But He Loves Me (#8.4)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1989

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Julie Hughes
Barry Moss
For episode "A Matter of Conscience (#6.6)".
Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Barbara Dodd
For episode "15 and Getting Straight (#6.5)".
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Meg Liberman
Marc Hirschfeld
For episode "No Means No (#6.1)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1987

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Marc Hirschfeld
For episode "Babies Having Babies (#3.3)".
Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Daytime
Patricia Mock
For episode "Have You Tried Talking to Patty? (#3.2)".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1996

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Eda Godel Hallinan (producer)
Gordon Rayfield (co-producer)
For episode "Stand Up (#12.6)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
D. Shone Kirkpatrick
For episode "Children Remember The Holocaust".
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography
Bruce L. Finn
For episode "My Indian Summer".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Frank Doelger (executive producer)
Howard Meltzer (executive producer)
D. Shone Kirkpatrick (producer)
Mark Gordon (producer)
For episode "Children Remember the Holocaust".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Lindsay Crouse
For episode "Between Mother and Daughter".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
C. Fraser Press
For episode "Stand Up".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Gina Prince-Bythewood
For episode "What About Your Friends".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Juan José Campanella
For episode "Stand Up (#12.6)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Gina Prince-Bythewood
For episode "What About Your Friends".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Gordon Rayfield
For episode "Stand Up (#12.6)".
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography
Joseph Montgomery
For episode "Crosstown".
Outstanding Sound Mixing
Thomas Orsi (sound designer/post-production mixer)
Don Summer (production mixer)
For episode Crosstown

Daytime Emmy Awards 1995

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Hal Linden
For episode "The Writing on The Wall".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Peter Billingsley
For episode "The Writing on the Wall".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Aeryk Egan
For episode "The Writing on the Wall".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Missy Crider
For episode "Love in the Dark Ages (#11.3)".
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
David J. Eagle
For episode "The Writing on the Wall"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Carol Starr Schneider
For Episode "The Writing on the Wall"
Outstanding Children's Special
Carol Starr Schneider (co-producer)
Norman Marcus (producer)
David J. Eagle (executive producer)
For episode "The Writing on the Wall"
Outstanding Children's Special
Bradley Wigor (executive producer)
Joseph Maurer (executive producer)
Jerry Grandey (producer)
For episode "Love in the Dark Ages"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1994

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Justin Whalin
For episode "Other Mothers".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Amy Dunkleberger
For episode "Other Mothers".
Outstanding Film Sound Mixing
Ross Davis (sound mixer)
John L. Anderson (re-recording mixer)
Don Summer (re-recording mixer)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
For episode "Other Mothers".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Meredith Baxter
For episode "Other Mothers".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Joanna Cassidy
For episode "Other Mothers".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Susan Rohrer
For episode "If I Die Before I Wake (#11.2)".
Outstanding Children's Special
Karen S. Shapiro
Joseph Stern
For episode "Other Mothers"
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Lee Shallat Chemel
For episode "Other Mothers"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Betty G. Birney
For episode "Big Boys Don't Cry"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1993

Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Monica Calhoun
For episode "Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love"
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Duane Martin
For episode "Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Noelle Parker
For episode "Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love"
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Strathford Hamilton
For episode "Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen (#9.4)".
Outstanding Children's Special
William R. Greenblatt (executive producer)
Geoffrey Blake (executive producer)
Alan Haymon (supervising producer)
Kadeem Hardison (supervising producer)
Cynthia D. Baseman (coordinating producer)
Martha Humphreys (coordinating producer)
Dodd Harris (producer)
Jeffrey Malesovas (producer)
For episode "Words Up!"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Pamela Douglas
For episode "Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Josh Goldstein
Jonathan Prince
For episode "Words Up!"
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography
Victor Nelli Jr.
Stephen Sealy
For episode "50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth"
Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing
Barbara Kaplan
For episode "Please God, I'm Only 17"
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
Mark Bovos (production mixer)
David E. Fluhr (C.A.S., re-recording mixer)
Craig M. Otte (sound effects editor)
Phil Jamtaas (music editor)
For episode "Please God, I'm Only 17"
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
Anthony Constantini (re-recording mixer)
Doug Gray (re-recording mixer)
Clark Conrad (sound effects editor)
Lee Alexander (production mixer)
For episode "Words Up!"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1992

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Josh Hamilton
For episode "Abby, My Love (#8.5)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "Abby My Love".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Cara Buono
For episode "Abby, My Love".
Outstanding Children's Special
Eve Silverman (executive producer)
Meredith Zamsky (producer)
For episode "Abby, My Love"
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
Gordon Edelstein
For episode "Abby, My Love"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Carol Starr Schneider
For episode "Two Teens and a Baby"
Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special
David J. Eagle
For episode "Two Teens and a Baby"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1991

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Joanne Vannicola
For episode "Maggie's Secret"
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Hanania Baer
For episode "But He Loves Me (#8.4)".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Christopher Rydell
For episode "Lies of the Heart".
Outstanding Achievement in Directing - Special Class
Susan Rohrer
For episode "The Emancipation of Lizzie Stern (#8.3)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Cynthia A. Cherbak
Elizabeth Hansen
Herb Stein
For episode "American Eyes (#7.4)".
Outstanding Achievement in Directing - Special Class
Al Waxman
For Episode "Maggie's Secret"
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Dennis Foon
Judith Reeves-Stevens
Garfield Reeves-Stevens
For Episode "Maggie's Secret"
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
David E. Fluhr (dialogue & music re-recording mixer)
Galen Handy (sound mixer)
Ross Davis (sound effects)
For episode "But He Loves Me"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1990

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Eve Silverman (executive producer)
Susan Aronson (producer)
For episode "A Matter of Conscience (#6.6)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "A Matter of Conscience".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Mixing
Kim H. Ornitz (production mixer)
Doug Gray (re-recording mixer)
T.W. Davis (re-recording mixer)
Brian Risner (sound effects)
For episode "The Girl with the Crazy Brother".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Viveca Lindfors
For episode "A Matter of Conscience".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Joanna Lee
For episode "15 and Getting Straight"
Outstanding Children's Special
Eve Silverman (executive producer)
Linda Lavin (executive producer)
Abby Wolf-Weiss (coordinating producer)
Cecilia Kate Roque (producer)
For episode "Flour Babies"
Outstanding Achievement in Directing - Special Class
Diane Keaton
For episode "The Girl with the Crazy Brother"
Outstanding Film Sound Mixing
John Speak (production mixer)
Michael Sabo (re-recording mixer)
Richard McCurdy (re-recording mixer)
For episode "15 and Getting Straight"

Daytime Emmy Awards 1989

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Dana Barron
For episode "No Means No (#6.1)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Jeffrey Auerbach
For episode "No Means No".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Steve Guttenberg (executive producer)
Keith Addis (executive producer)
Frank Doelger (producer)
Howard Meltzer (producer)
Eli Johnson (producer)
For episode "Gangs".
Outstanding Children's Special
Martin Sheen (executive producer)
William R. Greenblatt (executive producer/producer)
Robert Stein (co-producer)
For episode "No Means No".
Outstanding Children's Special
Bradley Wigor (executive producer)
Joseph Maurer (executive producer)
Alan L. Gansberg (producer)
For episode "My Past Is My Own".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Whoopi Goldberg
For episode "My Past Is My Own".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Lori Loughlin
For episode "No Means No".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
Chad Lowe
For episode "No Means No".
Special Class Directing
Jesús Salvador Treviño
For episode "Gangs".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
Jayme Wing
For episode "My Past Is My Own (#6.4)".
Outstanding Makeup
Maria Haro
For episode "Gangs".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1988

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Michael D. Little (executive producer)
Susan Rohrer (producer)
Craig S. Cummings (co-producer)
For episode "Never Say Goodbye (#5.2)".
Outstanding Directing in Children's Programming
Jeffrey D. Brown
For episode "What If I'm Gay?".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
John Craddock
For episode "What If I'm Gay?".
Outstanding Music Direction and Composition
Bruce Hornsby
Peter Harris
For episode "Soldier Boys".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Eve Silverman (executive producer)
Susan Aronson (producer)
For episode "What If I'm Gay?".
Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming
James Earl Jones
For episode "Soldier Boys".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "What If I'm Gay?".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Ken Lamkin
For episode "Never Say Goodbye".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1987

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Melvin Van Peebles
For episode "The Day They Came to Arrest the Books".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition
Charles Bernstein (music director/composer)
For episode "Little Miss Perfect (#4.2)".
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
Ken King (production mixer)
David E. Fluhr (postproduction mixer)
For episode "God, the Universe and Hot Fudge Sundaes".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Cynthia A. Cherbak
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Alan L. Gansberg (teleplay/story)
Judy Strangis (story)
For episode "Little Miss Perfect".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Robert Eberlein
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes".
Outstanding Videotape Editing
Pamela Scott Arnold
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes (#3.4)".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition
James Di Pasquale (music director/composer)
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1986

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Frank Doelger (executive producer)
Mark Gordon (executive producer)
Alan C. Blomquist
For episode "The War Between the Classes (#3.1)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Directing
Martin Sheen
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Kathryn Montgomery
Jeffrey Auerbach
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Robert Elswit
For episode "The War Between The Classes".
Outstanding Achievement in Videotape Editing
Stuart H. Pappé
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
Mark Bovos (production mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (postporduction mixer)
Michael W. Mitchell (sound effects technician)
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Diane Asselin
For episode "Have You Tried Talking to Patty?".
Outstanding Children's Special
Martin Sheen (executive producer)
William R. Greenblatt (executive producer)
Jeffrey Auerbach (supervising producer)
Alan Belkin (producer)
Sascha Schneider (producer)
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Alan L. Gansberg
Judith M. Gansberg
For episode "Have You Tried Talking to Patty?".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Erik Daarstad
For episode "Have You Tried Talking to Patty?".
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
Jon Kranhouse
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design
Nancy G. Fox
For episode "Babies Having Babies".
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design
Molly Harris Campbell
For episode "Have You Tried Talking to Patty?".
Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling
Leslie Ann Anderson
For episode "The War Between the Classes".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1985

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Roger Birnbaum (executive produer)
Henry Winkler (executive producer)
Eda Godel Hallinan (producer)
For episode "All the Kids Do It (#1.3)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Charles Purpura
For episode "The Day the Senior Class Got Married"
Outstanding Achievement in Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects
Joel Soifer (preproduction mixer)
Mark Bovos (production mixer)
Thomas J. Huth (postproduction mixer)
Doug Gray (sound effects)
For episode "Contract For Life: The S.A.D.D. Story"
Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Frank Doelger (executive producer)
Helen Vernon (executive producer)
Louise Goodsill (producer)
For episode "The Day the Senior Class Got Married".
Outstanding Children's Special
Joanna Lee
For episode "Hear Me Cry".
Outstanding Performer in a Children's Program
Scott Baio
For episode "All the Kids Do It".
Outstanding Directing in Children's Programming
Henry Winkler
For episode "All the Kids Do It (#1.3)".
Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special
Joanna Lee
For episode "Hear Me Cry".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
Patrick Gregston
For episode "All the Kids Do It".
Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing
Pamela Scott Arnold
For episode "Welcome Home, Jellybean (#1.2)".
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design
Jane Musky (production designer)
For episode "The Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School of Rules and Regulations".

Daytime Emmy Awards 1984

Won
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Informational/Instructional Special
S. Bryan Hickox (executive producer)
Jay Daniel (executive producer)
For episode "Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1995

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
David J. Eagle
For episode "The Writing on the Wall".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Bradley Wigor
For episode "Love in the Dark Ages (#11.3)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1993

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Neema Barnette
For episode "Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Strathford Hamilton
For episode "Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1992

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Barra Grant
For episode "Lies of the Heart".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1991

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Mario Van Peebles
For episode "Malcolm Takes a Shot".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Joanna Lee
For episode "The Fourth Man".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1989

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Jesús Salvador Treviño
Mark Allan (unit production manager) (plaque)
Richard Espinoza (first assistant director) (plaque)
Gilbert Castro (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Gangs (#5.4)".
Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Kevin Hooks
For episode "Home Sweet Homeless".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1987

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Donald Petrie
For episode "Have You Tried Talking to Patty?".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Leslie Hill
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1986

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Michael Toshiyuki Uno
For episode "The War Between the Classes".
Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Craig Sandy Tung
For episode "The Day the Senior Class Got Married (#2.4)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1985

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Shows - Daytime
Joanna Lee
For episode "Hear Me Cry".

GLAAD Media Awards 1994

Won
GLAAD Media Award
Outstanding Afterschool Special
For episode "Other Mothers (#11.1)".

Humanitas Prize 1995

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Pamela Douglas
For episode "Between Mother and Daughter (#12.5)".

Humanitas Prize 1994

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Joseph Maurer
For episode "Love in the Dark Ages (#11.3)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Susan Rohrer
For episode "If I Die Before I Wake".

Humanitas Prize 1993

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Betty G. Birney
For episode "Big Boys Don't Cry (#10.4)".

Humanitas Prize 1992

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Joseph Maurer
For episode "Dedicated to the One I Love (#9.1)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Pamela Douglas
For episode "Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love".

Humanitas Prize 1991

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "Abby, My Love (#8.5)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Barra Grant
For episode "Lies Of The Heart".
Children's Live-Action Category
Bob Gookin
For episode "Malcolm Takes A Shot".

Humanitas Prize 1990

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Cynthia A. Cherbak
Elizabeth Hansen
Herb Stein
For episode "American Eyes".
Children's Live-Action Category
Harry Longstreet
Renee Longstreet
For episode "Frog Girl: The Jenifer Graham Story".

Humanitas Prize 1989

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Alan L. Gansberg
For episode "My Past Is My Own (#6.4)".

Humanitas Prize 1988

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
George Lefferts (teleplay by/story by)
Susan Rohrer (story by)
For episode "Never Say Goodbye".

Humanitas Prize 1987

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Melvin Van Peebles
For episode "The Day They Came to Arrest the Book (#4.4)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Paul W. Cooper
For episode "What If I'm Gay".

Humanitas Prize 1986

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Alan L. Gansberg
For episode "Have You Tried Talking To Patty?".

Humanitas Prize 1985

Won
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Charles Purpura
For episode "The Day the Senior Class Got Married (#2.4)".
Nominated
Humanitas Prize
Children's Live-Action Category
Peter Silverman
For episode "Contract for Life: The S.A.D.D. Story (#2.2)".

Image Awards 1996

Won
Image Award
Outstanding Animated/Live-Action/Dramatic Youth or Children's Series/Special
For episode "What About Your Friends (#12.3)".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1996

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Gordon Rayfield
For episode "Stand Up (#12.6)".
Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Pamela Douglas
For episode "Between Mother and Daughter (#12.5)".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1991

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Cynthia A. Cherbak
Elizabeth Hansen
Herb Stein

For episode "American Eyes (#7.4)". Tied with 'Josef Anderson (II)' for _"ABC Afterschool Specials"... More

For episode "American Eyes (#7.4)". Tied with 'Josef Anderson (II)' for _"ABC Afterschool Specials" (1972) For episode "The Perfect Date (#18.6)".


Writers Guild of America, USA 1989

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Jeffrey Auerbach (writer)
For Episode "No Means No" (#6.1)

Writers Guild of America, USA 1988

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Joseph Maurer
For episode "An Enemy Among Us (#4.7)".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1986

Nominated
WGA Award (TV)
Children's Script
Jeffrey Auerbach (writer)
For Episode "Babies Having Babies" (#3.3)

Young Artist Awards 1994

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Youth Actress in a TV Mini-Series, M.O.W. or Special
Brooke Stanley
For episode "Big Boys Don't Cry (#10.4)".
Best Youth Actor in a TV Mini-Series, M.O.W. or Special
Miko Hughes
For episode "Big Boys Don't Cry (#10.4)".
Best Youth Actor in a TV Mini-Series, M.O.W. or Special
Mario Lopez
For episode "Big Boys Don't Cry (#10.4)".

Young Artist Awards 1993

Won
Young Artist Award
Outstanding Family Television Special
For episode "Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen (#9.4)".
Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Television Movie
Michael Landes
For episode "Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen (#9.4)".

Young Artist Awards 1990

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Family TV Movie Pilot or Special
For episode "The Frog Girl (#7.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1989

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Special, Pilot, Movie of the Week or Mini-Series
Michael Faustino
For episode "Home Sweet Homeless (#5.3)".
Best Young Actor in a Special, Pilot, Movie of the Week or Mini-Series
Rossie Harris
For episode "Home Sweet Homeless (#5.3)".

Young Artist Awards 1988

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress Starring in a Television Drama Special, Movie of the Week or Variety Show
Tammy Lauren
For episode "An Enemy Among Us (#4.7)".
Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Drama Special, Movie of the Week or Variety Show
David Faustino
For episode "The Drug Knot (#4.1)".
Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Drama Special, Movie of the Week or Variety Show
Danny Nucci
For episode "An Enemy Among Us (#4.7)".
Best Television Family Special, Movie of the Week or Variety Show
For episode "An Enemy Among Us (#4.7)".

Young Artist Awards 1987

Won
Michael Landon Award
Akosua Busia
Renée Estevez
Lori Loughlin
Claudia Wells
Jill Whelan
For episode "Babies Having Babies (#3.3)".
Won
Young Artist Award
Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress in a Supporting Role - TV Special or Movie of the Week
Melanie Gaffin
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes (#3.4)".
Exceptional Young Actress Starring in a Television Special or Movie of the Week
Roxana Zal
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes (#3.4)".
Exceptional Family TV Special or Movie of the Week
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes (#3.4)".
Nominated
Young Artist Award
Exceptional Young Actor Starring in a Television Special or Movie of the Week
David Greenlee
For episode "God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes (#3.4)".

Young Artist Awards 1986

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress Starring in a Television Special or Mini-Series
Melissa Francis
For episode "The War Between the Classes (#3.1)".
Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Special or Mini-Series
Robert Chestnut
For episode "Contract for Life: The S.A.D.D. Story (#2.2)".
Best Family Television Special
For episode "Contract for Life: The S.A.D.D. Story (#2.2)".
Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress in a Television Special or Mini-Series
Katy Kurtzman
For episode "Student Court (#2.6)".

Young Artist Awards 1985

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actor in a Family Film Made for Television
Timothy Gibbs
For episode "Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story (#1.1)".
Best Family Film Made for Television
For episode "Welcome Home, Jellybean (#1.2)".
Best Family Film Made for Television
For episode "Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story (#1.1)".

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