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''[[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 ==
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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]].
  
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* '''[[2000]]'''
*'''[[Annie Award]]'''
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** ''Futurama'' - Environmental Media Award: "Comedy — TV Episodic"
**28th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Brian Sheesley]])
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?]]", [[Brian Sheesley]]
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** "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", [[Bari Kumar]] (colour stylist)
**29th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''[[2001]]'''
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Luck of the Fryrish]]", [[Ron Weiner]]
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** "[[Parasites Lost]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", [[Rodney Clouden]] (storyboard artist)
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production", "[[Bendless Love]]", [[John DiMaggio]]
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** "[[The Luck of the Fryrish]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Ron Weiner]]
**30th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Bendless Love]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production", [[John DiMaggio]]
***"Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]", [[Rich Moore]]
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* '''[[2002]]'''
**35th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]" - Annie Award: "Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Rich Moore]]
***"Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[Bender's Big Score]]''
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** "Roswell that Ends Well" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
**36th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''[[2003]]'''
***"Best Animated Home Entertainment Production", ''[[The Beast with a Billion Backs]]''
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** "[[Godfellas]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", Ken Keeler
**37th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''[[2007]]'''
***"Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[Into the Wild Green Yonder]]''
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** ''[[Bender's Big Score]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
*'''[[Emmy Award]]'''
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* '''[[2008]]'''
**2000
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** ''[[The Beast with a Billion Backs]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]", [[Bari Kumar]] (colour stylist)
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* '''[[2009]]'''
**2001
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** ''[[Into the Wild Green Yonder]]'' - Annie Award: "Best Home Entertainment Production"
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation", "[[Parasites Lost]]", [[Rodney Clouden]] (storyboard artist)
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* '''[[2011]]'''
**2002
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** "[[The Prisoner of Benda]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", [[Ken Keeler]] (writer)
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]"
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** "[[The Late Philip J. Fry]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
*'''[[Environmental Media Award]]'''
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** "[[Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Voice-Over Performance", [[Maurice LaMarche]] for the roles of [[Lrrr]] and [[Orson Welles' head]]
**2000
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** "[[The Futurama Holiday Spectacular]]" - Environmental Media Award: "Episodic Comedy"
***"Comedy — TV Episodic", ''Futurama''
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* '''[[2012]]'''
*'''[[Writers Guild of America Award]]'''
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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]]
**2011
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***"Animation", "[[The Prisoner of Benda]]", [[Ken Keeler]] (writer)
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== Awards nominated for, but not won ==
 
== Awards nominated for, but not won ==
  
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* '''[[1999]]'''
*'''[[Annie Award]]'''
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** ''[[Futurama]]'' - Annie Award: "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program"
**27th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[A Big Piece of Garbage]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
***"Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program", ''Futurama''
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** ''Futurama'' - TCA Award: "Individual Achievement in Comedy", [[Matt Groening]] (also for ''[[The Simpsons]]'')
**28th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''[[2000]]'''
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Series Has Landed]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** ''Futurama'' - Annie Award: "Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program"
***"Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program", ''Futurama''
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** "[[The Series Has Landed]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Ken Keeler]]
***"Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]", [[Susan Dietter]]
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** "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", [[Susan Dietter]]
**29th Annual Annie Awards
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* '''[[2001]]'''
***"Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program", ''Futurama''
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** ''Futurama'' - Annie Award: "Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program"
**30th Annual Annie Awards
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** "[[Amazon Women in the Mood]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
***"Best Animated Television Production", ''Futurama''
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* '''[[2002]]'''
**31st Annual Annie Awards
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** ''Futurama'' - Annie Award: "Best Animated Television Production"
***"Music in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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* '''[[2003]]'''
***"Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Sting]]", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
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** "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]" - Annie Award: "Music in an Animated Television Production", Ken Keeler
*'''[[Emmy Award]]'''
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** "[[The Sting]]" - Annie Award: "Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
**1999
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** "[[Jurassic Bark]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[A Big Piece of Garbage]]"
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* '''[[2004]]'''
**2001
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** "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Music and Lyrics", Ken Keeler
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[Amazon Women in the Mood]]"
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** "[[Where No Fan Has Gone Before]]" - Nebula Award: "Best Script", [[David A. Goodman]]
**2003
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** "The Sting" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
***"Outstanding Animated Program", "[[Jurassic Bark]]"
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** "The Sting" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", Patric M. Verrone
**2004
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* '''[[2010]]'''
***"Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour)", "[[The Sting]]"
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** ''Futurama'' - Annie Award: "Best Animated Television Production"
***"Outstanding Music and Lyrics", "[[The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings]]", "[[I Want My Hands Back]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** "[[Proposition Infinity]]" - Annie Award: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", [[Michael Rowe]]
*'''[[Nebula Award]]'''
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* '''[[2011]]'''
**2004
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** "[[All the Presidents' Heads]]" - Annie Award: "Writing in a Television Production", [[Josh Weinstein]]
***"Best Script", [[David A. Goodman]]
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** ''Futurama'' - Annie Award: "Editing in a Television Production", [[Paul D. Calder]]
*'''Writer's Guild of America Award'''
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** "[[The Silence of the Clamps]]" - Writers Guild of America Award: "Animation", [[Eric Rogers]]
**2003
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* '''[[2012]]'''
***"Animation", "[[Godfellas]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** "[[The Tip of the Zoidberg]]" - Emmy Award: "Outstanding Animated Program"
**2004
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***"Animation", "[[The Sting]]", [[Patric M. Verrone]]
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[[Category:Lists]]
 
[[Category:Nominated episodes or films| ]]
 
[[Category:Nominated episodes or films| ]]

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

Awards won[edit]

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[edit]