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The '''Emmy Awards''' are [[television]] production awards handed out annually to the television entertainment industry.  The Emmys are considered to be the most prestigious honor in [[American]] television, on par with the {{w|Academy Award}} in [[films in Futurama|film]] or {{w|Grammy Award}} in {{cat|s=no|music}}, and the awards are given out for several categories across {{w|Emmy Awards#Area-specific ceremonies|several different aspects of television}}.
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''[[Futurama]]'' has been nominated several times at the Primetime Emmy Awards and has won a few awards including for "Outstanding Animated Program".
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* '''[[1999]] ({{w|51st Primetime Emmy Awards|51st}})'''
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[A Big Piece of Garbage]]")
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* '''[[2000]] ({{w|52nd Primetime Emmy Awards|52nd}})'''
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** Won: "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation" ("[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]"), [[Bari Kumar]] (color stylist)
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* '''[[2001]] ({{w|53rd Primetime Emmy Awards|53rd}})'''
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** Won: "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation" ("[[Parasites Lost]]"), [[Rodney Clouden]] (storyboard artist)
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[Amazon Women in the Mood]]")
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* '''[[2002]] ({{w|54th Primetime Emmy Awards|54th}})'''
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** Won: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[Roswell that Ends Well]]")
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* '''[[2003]] ({{w|55th Primetime Emmy Awards|55th}})'''
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[Jurassic Bark]]")
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* '''[[2004]] ({{w|56th Primetime Emmy Awards|56th}})'''
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[The Sting]]")
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Music and Lyrics" ("[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]"), "[[I Want My Hands Back]]"
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* '''[[2011]] ({{w|63rd Primetime Emmy Awards|63rd}})
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** Won: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[The Late Philip J. Fry]]")
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** Won: "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance" ("[[Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences]]"), [[Maurice LaMarche]] as [[Lrrr]] and [[Orson Welles' head]]
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* '''[[2012]] ({{w|64th Primetime Emmy Awards|64th}})
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[The Tip of the Zoidberg]]")
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** Won: "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance" ("[[The Silence of the Clamps]]"), [[Maurice LaMarche]] as [[Clamps]], [[Donbot]], [[Hyper-Chicken]], [[Calculon]], [[Hedonismbot]], [[Morbo]]
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* '''[[2014]] ({{w|66th Primetime Emmy Awards|66th}})
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Animated Program" ("[[Meanwhile]]")
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance" ("[[Calculon 2.0]]"), [[Maurice LaMarche]] as [[Calculon]] and [[Morbo]]
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== External links ==
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*[http://www.emmys.com/ The Emmys website]
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*{{w|Emmy Award}} at [[Wikipedia]]
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Latest revision as of 20:26, 10 September 2014

The Emmy Awards are television production awards handed out annually to the television entertainment industry. The Emmys are considered to be the most prestigious honor in American television, on par with the Academy Award in film or Grammy Award in music, and the awards are given out for several categories across several different aspects of television.

Futurama has been nominated several times at the Primetime Emmy Awards and has won a few awards including for "Outstanding Animated Program".

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