List of awards and nominations received by 30 Rock

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List of awards won by 30 Rock
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30 Rockefeller Center, the titular setting of 30 Rock

Footnotes

30 Rock is an American situation comedy. It has won and been nominated for a variety of different awards, including 10 Emmy Award nominations for its first season alone,[1][2] and a further 17 Emmy Award nominations in its second season.[3] The show won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series for its first three seasons and has been nominated every year it has been eligible.

Lead actress Tina Fey has been nominated for awards twelve times for her role as Liz Lemon, the head writer of the fictional television show TGS with Tracy Jordan. Fey has also been nominated nine times for her writing skills. Lead actor Alec Baldwin has been nominated twelve times for his portrayal of NBC television executive Jack Donaghy.

As of December 2014, 30 Rock has been nominated for 145 different awards, and won 39 awards. A webisode series called Kenneth the Web Page has been nominated for one award. In this list, "year" refers to the year the award was presented to the winner.


Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2007 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series[4] Adam Bernstein "Pilot" Nominated
2008 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series[5] Beth McCarthy-Miller "Somebody to Love" Nominated
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series[5] Michael Engler "Rosemary's Baby" Nominated
2009 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series[6] Beth McCarthy-Miller "Reunion" Nominated
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series[6] Don Scardino "Do-Over" Nominated

Emmy Awards[edit]

In its ongoing run, 30 Rock has been nominated for fifty-seven Emmy Awards. In 2007, it won two awards including the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series. Also nominated in that category were Entourage, The Office, Two and a Half Men and Ugly Betty. Guest star Elaine Stritch also won an Emmy at that year's awards ceremony for her portrayal of Colleen Donaghy in the season one finale, "Hiatus." In 2008 it won its second award in the category of "Outstanding Comedy Series". In 2009, it won the "Outstanding Comedy Series" for the third time. However, in 2010 and 2011, it failed to win any awards, and lost its "Outstanding Comedy Series" award to "Modern Family".

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Lorne Michaels, along with the rest of the 30 Rock producers, has won three Outstanding Comedy Series Emmys
Tim Conway won an Emmy award for his role as Bucky Bright
Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2007 Outstanding Comedy Series[1] See below Won
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series[7] Elaine Stritch "Hiatus" Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[2] Scott Ellis "The Break-Up" Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[2] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[2] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[2] Robert Carlock "Jack-tor" Nominated
Tina Fey "Tracy Does Conan" Nominated
2008 Outstanding Comedy Series[8] See below Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series[3][9] Tim Conway "Subway Hero" Won
Will Arnett "Jack Gets in the Game"
"Succession"
Nominated
Steve Buscemi "The Collection" Nominated
Rip Torn "Jack Gets in the Game"
"Succession"
"Sandwich Day"
Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[8] Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[8] Tina Fey Won
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[8] Tina Fey "Cooter" Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[3] Michael Engler "Rosemary's Baby" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series[3] Edie Falco "Somebody to Love"
"Secrets and Lies"
"Episode 210"
"Cooter"
Nominated
Carrie Fisher "Rosemary's Baby" Nominated
Elaine Stritch "Ludachristmas" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[3] Jack Burditt "Rosemary's Baby" Nominated
2009 Outstanding Comedy Series[10] See below Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[10] Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[10] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series[10] Tracy Morgan Nominated
Jack McBrayer Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series[10] Jane Krakowski Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[10] Matt Hubbard "Reunion" Won
Robert Carlock "Apollo, Apollo" Nominated
Ron W
Jack Burditt
"Kidney Now!" Nominated
Ron Weiner "Mamma Mia" Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[10] Millicent Shelton "Apollo, Apollo" Nominated
Beth McCarthy "Reunion" Nominated
Todd Holland "Generalissimo" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series[10] Steve Martin "Gavin Volure" Nominated
Jon Hamm "The Bubble" Nominated
Alan Alda "Mamma Mia" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series[10] Jennifer Aniston "The One with the Cast of Night Court" Nominated
Elaine Stritch "Christmas Special" Nominated
2010 Outstanding Comedy Series[10] See below Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[10] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[10] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series[11] Jane Krakowski Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[10] Matt Hubbard "Anna Howard Shaw Day" Nominated
Kay Cannon, Tina Fey "Lee Marvin vs. Derek Jeter" Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[10] Don Scardino "I Do Do" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series[10] Elaine Stritch "The Moms" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series[10] Will Arnett "Into the Crevasse" Nominated
Jon Hamm "Anna Howard Shaw Day" Nominated
2011 Outstanding Comedy Series[11] See below Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[11] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[11] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series[11] Jane Krakowski Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series[11] Elizabeth Banks "Double-Edged Sword" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[11] Matt Hubbard "Reaganing" Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[11] Beth McCarthy-Miller "Live Show" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series[10] Will Arnett "Plan B" Nominated
Matt Damon "Double-Edged Sword" Nominated
2012 Outstanding Comedy Series[12] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[12] Alec Baldwin "Live from Studio 6H" Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[12] Tina Fey "The Tuxedo Begins" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series[12] Will Arnett "Idiots Are People Three!" Nominated
Jon Hamm "Live from Studio 6H" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series[12] Elizabeth Banks "The Return of Avery Jessup" Nominated
Margaret Cho "The Return of Avery Jessup" Nominated
2013
Outstanding Comedy Series[8] 30 Rock Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Alec Baldwin Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Krakowski Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Will Forte Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Elaine Stritch Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Jack Burditt & Robert Carlock Hogcock! Nominated
Tina Fey & Tracey Wigfield Last Lunch Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Beth McCarthy-Miller Hogcock!/Last Lunch Nominated

^2007 "Outstanding Comedy Series" Nominees Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, David Miner, Joann Alfano, Marci Klein, Robert Carlock, Jack Burditt, John Riggi, Brett Baer, Dave Finkel, Adam Bernstein, Jeff Richmond and Jerry Kupfer

^2008 "Outstanding Comedy Series" Nominees Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, David Miner, Robert Carlock, John Riggi, Jack Burditt, Jeff Richmond, Don Scardino and Jerry Kupfer

^2010 "Outstanding Comedy Series" Nominees Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, David Miner, Robert Carlock, John Riggi and Ron Weiner

^2011 "Outstanding Comedy Series" Nominees Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Robert Carlock,Marci Klein, David Miner, John Riggi, Ron Weiner, Jack Burditt, Jeff Richmond, Vali Chandrasekaran, Josh Siegal, Don Scardino, Dylan Morgan, Irene Burnsand Jerry Kupfer

Cast nominations by season[edit]

Character Portrayed by Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Liz Lemon Tina Fey Nominated Won Nominated Nominated Nominated Nominated Nominated
Jack Donaghy Alec Baldwin Nominated Won Won Nominated Nominated Nominated Nominated
Tracy Jordan Tracy Morgan Nominated
Jenna Maroney Jane Krakowski Nominated Nominated Nominated Nominated
Kenneth Parcell Jack McBrayer Nominated

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2007 Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series[2] Jennifer McNamara Nominated
Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music[2] Jeff Richmond "Hard Ball" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (half-hour) and Animation[2] Griffin Richardson "Corporate Crush" Nominated
2008 Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series[9] Jennifer McNamara Shroff Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (half-hour) And Animation[3] Bill Marino, Tony Pipitone and Griffin Richardson "Episode 210" Won
Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-hour Series[3] Vanja Černjul Nominated
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single Or Multi-Camera)[3] Ken Eluto, A.C.E "Cooter" Nominated
Outstanding Special Class – Short-format Live-action Entertainment Programs[3] Eric Gurian, Jack McBrayer, Josh Silberman, Andrew Singer and Carole Panick Kenneth the Web Page (NBC.com short films) Nominated
2009 Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera) Ken Eluto "Apollo, Apollo" Won
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Jennifer McNamara Won
2012 Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series[12] Teresa Masterpierro, Keith Raywood, Jennifer Greenberg "Live from Studio 6H" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing[12] Ken Eluto "The Tuxedo Begins" Nominated
Meg Reticker "Leap Day" Nominated
Outstanding Music Compilation for a Series [12] Jeff Richmond "The Tuxedo Begins" Nominated
Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Nonfiction Programs [12] Tina Fey, Nick Bernardone, Eric Gurian, Clint Koltveit, Bill Sell "Ask Tina" Nominated
Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Programs [12] Eric Gurian, Clint Koltveit, Bill Sell "30 Rock: The Webisodes" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (half-hour) And Animation [12] Robert Palladino, Martin Brumbach, Josiah Gluck, William Taylor "Live from Studio 6H" Nominated
2013 Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Programs 30 Rock: The Webisodes Nominated
Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Nonfiction Programs 30 Rock: The Final Season Nominated
Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series Won
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Comedy Series Hogcock!/Last Lunch Nominated
Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics Hogcock! / Last Lunch / Song Title: Rural Juror Nominated

GLAAD Media Award[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Outstanding Individual Episode[13] "Blind Date" Nominated
2011 Outstanding Individual Episode[14] "Klaus & Greta" Won

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

30 Rock has been nominated for thirteen and won six Golden Globes Awards so far. The first award was won by Alec Baldwin in 2007, for his role of Jack Donaghy.

Tina Fey won a Golden Globe for her role of Liz Lemon in 2008. Fey chose not to attend the ceremony for her win due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike. The Writers Guild of America, of which Fey is a member, did not grant a waiver to the Golden Globes awards ceremony during the strike and did not let its members attend.[15] Members of the Screen Actors Guild, of which Fey is also a member of, as well as Baldwin, refused to cross Writers Guild picket lines at the ceremony.[16]

In 2009, 30 Rock won all the awards it was nominated for, sweeping the musical or comedy television series awards for both acting and the series as a whole.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[17] Alec Baldwin Won
2008 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[18] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series[18] Tina Fey Won
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[18] Nominated
2009 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[19] Alec Baldwin Won
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series[19] Tina Fey Won
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[19] Won
2010 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[19] Alec Baldwin Won
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series[19] Tina Fey Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[19] Nominated
2011 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[19] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series[19] Tina Fey Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[19] Nominated

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 Outstanding Comedy Series[20] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor – Comedy Series[20] Tracy Morgan Nominated
2009 Outstanding Comedy Series[21] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor – Comedy Series[21] Tracy Morgan Nominated

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 The Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Series – Comedy[22] Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, Robert Carlock, Jeff Richmond and Jerry Kupfer Won
2009 The Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Series – Comedy[23] Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, Robert Carlock, Jeff Richmond, Jerry Kupfer and David Miner Won
2010 The Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Series – Comedy[23] Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, Robert Carlock, Jeff Richmond, Jerry Kupfer and David Miner Won

Satellite Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[24] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series[25] Tina Fey Nominated
2008 Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series[26] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series[26] Tina Fey Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[26] Nominated


Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[27] Alec Baldwin Won
2008 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series[28] Tina Fey Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[28] Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[28] See below Won
2009 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series[29] Tina Fey Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[29] Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[29] See below Nominated
2010 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series[29] Tina Fey Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[29] Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[29] Nominated
2011 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series[29] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[29] Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[29] Nominated
2012 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Tina Fey Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Alec Baldwin Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series See below Nominated
Alec Baldwin has won 7 Screen Actors Guild Awards for his role on 30 Rock

^2008 "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series" Nominees Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit, Judah Friedlander, Alec Baldwin, Katrina Bowden, Keith Powell and Lonny Ross

^2009 "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series" Nominees Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit, Judah Friedlander, Alec Baldwin, Katrina Bowden, Keith Powell, Lonny Ross, Maulik Pancholy, Kevin Brown and Grizz Chapman

^2012 "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series" Nominees Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, Jane Krakowski, Jack McBrayer, Scott Adsit, Judah Friedlander, Alec Baldwin, Katrina Bowden, Keith Powell, John Lutz, Kevin Brown, and Grizz Chapman


Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Individual Achievement in Comedy[30] Alec Baldwin Won
Individual Achievement in Comedy[31] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy[31] Nominated
Outstanding New Program of the Year[31] Nominated
2008 Individual Achievement in Comedy[32] Tina Fey Won
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy[32] Won
Individual Achievement in Comedy[33] Alec Baldwin Nominated
2009 Individual Achievement in Comedy[34] Alec Baldwin Nominated
Individual Achievement in Comedy[34] Tina Fey Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy[34] Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Executive producer and creator Tina Fey has been nominated for four Writers Guild of America awards, for 30 Rock
Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2007 Best Comedy Series[35] See below Nominated
Best New Series[35] See below Nominated
2008 Best Comedy Series[36] See below Won
Best Episodic Comedy[37] Matt Hubbard "Hard Ball" Nominated
2009 Best Comedy Series[38] See below Won
Best Episodic Comedy[38] Andrew Guest and John Riggi "Succession" Won
Best Episodic Comedy[39] Robert Carlock "Believe in the Stars" Nominated
Best Episodic Comedy[39] Tina Fey "Cooter" Nominated

^2007 "Best Comedy Series" and "Best New Series" Nominees Brett Baer, Jack Burditt, Kay Cannon, Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Dave Finkel, Daisy Gardner, Donald Glover, Matt Hubbard and John Riggi

^2008 "Best Comedy Series" Nominees Brett Baer, Jack Burditt, Kay Cannon, Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Dave Finkel, Daisy Gardner, Donald Glover, Matt Hubbard, Jon Pollack, John Riggi, Tami Sagher and Ron Weiner

^2009 "Best Comedy Series" Nominees Jack Burditt, Kay Cannon, Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Donald Glover, Andrew Guest, Matt Hubbard, Jon Pollack, John Riggi, Tami Sagher and Ron Weiner

Other awards[edit]

For the show's 2007 episodes, 30 Rock received a Peabody Award at the 67th Annual Peabody Awards.[40] Upon announcing the award, the Peabody Board commended the show for being "not only a great workplace comedy in the tradition of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, complete with fresh, indelible secondary characters, but also a sly, gleeful satire of corporate media, especially the network that airs it."[41]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2007 Gracie Allen Awards Outstanding Female Lead in a Comedy Series[42] Tina Fey Won
People's Choice Awards Favorite New TV Comedy[43] Nominated
2008 George Foster Peabody Awards [41] Honoured
American Cinema Editors Awards Best Edited Half-Hour TV Series[44] Ken Eluto
for "The C Word"
Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Comedy[45] Tina Fey Nominated
2009 Art Directors Guild Awards Episode of a Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series} Nominated

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