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{{update|{{w|Writers Guild of America Award}}s nominations, {{december}} [[2013]] [http://www.facebook.com/mike.rowe.33633/posts/10202787082342021]; <br> [[Annie Awards]] [[2014]] and unsuccessful nomination [http://annieawards.org/nominees/]}}
 
''[[Futurama]]'' has on several occasions won both series and individual awards, including the prestigious [[Emmy Award]].
 
''[[Futurama]]'' has on several occasions won both series and individual awards, including the prestigious [[Emmy Award]].
  
 
== Awards won ==
 
== Awards won ==
''[[Futurama]]'' has won two {{w|Environmental Media Award}}s, one {{w|Writers Guild of America Award}}, five {{w|Emmy Award}}s, and seven {{w|Annie Award}}s.
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''[[Futurama]]'' has won two [[Environmental Media Awards]], two {{w|Writers Guild of America Award|Writers Guild of America Awards}}, six [[Emmy Awards]], and seven [[Annie Awards]].
  
 
* '''[[2000]]'''
 
* '''[[2000]]'''
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** "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]" - Annie Award: "Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Rich Moore]]
 
** "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]" - Annie Award: "Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Rich Moore]]
 
** "Roswell that Ends Well" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
 
** "Roswell that Ends Well" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
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* '''[[2003]]'''
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** "[[Godfellas]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", Ken Keeler
 
* '''[[2007]]'''
 
* '''[[2007]]'''
 
** ''[[Bender's Big Score]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
 
** ''[[Bender's Big Score]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
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** "[[The Futurama Holiday Spectacular]]" - Environmental Media Award: "Episodic Comedy"
 
** "[[The Futurama Holiday Spectacular]]" - Environmental Media Award: "Episodic Comedy"
 
* '''[[2012]]'''
 
* '''[[2012]]'''
** "[[The Silence of the Clamps]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Voice-Over-Performance", [[Maurice LaMarche]] for the roles of [[Clamps]], [[Donbot]], [[Hyper-Chicken]], [[Calculon]], [[Hedonismbot]] and [[Morbo]]
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** "[[The Silence of the Clamps]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance", [[Maurice LaMarche]] for the roles of [[Clamps]], [[Donbot]], [[Hyper-Chicken]], [[Calculon]], [[Hedonismbot]] and [[Morbo]]
  
 
== Awards nominated for, but not won ==
 
== Awards nominated for, but not won ==
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** "[[The Sting]]" - Annie Award: "Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
 
** "[[The Sting]]" - Annie Award: "Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
 
** "[[Jurassic Bark]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
 
** "[[Jurassic Bark]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
** "[[Godfellas]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", Ken Keeler
 
 
* '''[[2004]]'''
 
* '''[[2004]]'''
 
** "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Music and Lyrics", Ken Keeler
 
** "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Music and Lyrics", Ken Keeler
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[[Category:Nominated episodes or films| ]]
 
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Revision as of 23:04, 2 February 2014

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Writers Guild of America Awards nominations, December 2013 [1];
Annie Awards 2014 and unsuccessful nomination [2]
Editors are encouraged to update and expand the article.

Futurama has on several occasions won both series and individual awards, including the prestigious Emmy Award.

Awards won

Futurama has won two Environmental Media Awards, two Writers Guild of America Awards, six Emmy Awards, and seven Annie Awards.

Awards nominated for, but not won