List of awards and nominations received by Arrested Development

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Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
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Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 30 77
Footnotes

Arrested Development is an American television sitcom that aired for three seasons on the Fox network from November 2, 2003 to February 10, 2006 and began streaming a fourth season on Netflix on May 26, 2013. The show centers on the Bluth family, a formerly wealthy, habitually dysfunctional family, and is presented in a continuous format, incorporating hand-held camera work, narration, archival photos, and historical footage.

Since its debut, the series has earned widespread critical acclaim[1] and has been nominated for a variety of different awards including twenty-five Primetime Emmy Awards (six wins for the series, including Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004), eight Television Critics Association Awards (three wins), four Golden Globe Awards (one win), three Writers Guild of America Awards (one win), five Screen Actors Guild Awards, and three Producers Guild of America Awards.

Lead actor Jason Bateman has been nominated for ten individual awards for his role as Michael Bluth, the President of the Bluth Company, winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series and two Satellite Awards for Best Actor in a Comedy Series. Series creator Mitchell Hurwitz won three Primetime Emmy Awards from six nominations for his role as a writer and producer of the series. To date, Arrested Development has been nominated for 77 awards and has won 30.

Emmy Awards[edit]

Awarded since 1949, the Primetime Emmy Award is an annual accolade bestowed by members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recognizing outstanding achievements in American prime time television programming.[2] Awards presented for more technical and production-based categories (like art direction, casting, and editing) are designated "Creative Arts Emmy Awards."[2] Between 2004 and 2006, Arrested Development was nominated for a total of twenty-two awards and won six.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Jeffrey Tambor at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con
Jeffrey Tambor was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, in 2004 and 2005.
List of Primetime Emmy Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2004 Outstanding Comedy Series[3] See below Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[3] Anthony Russo and Joe Russo "Pilot" Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series[3] Jeffrey Tambor Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[3] Mitchell Hurwitz "Pilot" Won
2005 Outstanding Comedy Series[3] See below Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[3] Jason Bateman Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series[3] Jeffrey Tambor Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series[3] Jessica Walter Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[3] Mitchell Hurwitz & James Vallely "Righteous Brothers" Won
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[3] Barbara Feldman Adler "Sad Sack" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[3] Brad Copeland "Sword of Destiny" Nominated
2006 Outstanding Comedy Series[3] See below Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series[3] Will Arnett Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[3] Richard Day (story by), Mitchell Hurwitz (story by), Chuck Tatham (teleplay by), Jim Vallely (teleplay by) "Development Arrested" Nominated
2013 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[3] Jason Bateman Nominated

^2004 "Outstanding Comedy Series" nominees: Barbie Feldman Adler, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Victor Hsu, Mitchell Hurwitz, John Levenstein, Chuck Martin, David Nevins, Richard Rosenstock

^2005 "Outstanding Comedy Series" nominees: Barbra Feldman Adler, John Amodeo, Brad Copeland, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, Chuck Martin, David Nevins, Richard Rosenstock, James Vallely

^2006 "Outstanding Comedy Series" nominees: John Amodeo, Richard Day, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, Dean Lorey, David Nevins, Tom Saunders, Chuck Tatham, James Vallely, Ron Weiner

Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

List of Creative Arts Emmy Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2004 Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series[3] Denny Dugally, Charisse Cardenas, and Ellen Brill "Pilot" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series[3] Deborah Barylski, Geraldine Leder Won
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series[3] Lee Haxall "Pilot" Won
2005 Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series[3] Alison Jones Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series[3] Robert Bramwell "Motherboy XXX" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series[3] Richard Candib "Good Grief" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series[3] Steven Sprung "Let 'Em Eat Cake" Nominated
2006 Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series[3] Stuart Bass "The Ocean Walker" Nominated
2013 Outstanding Music Composition for a Series[3] David Schwartz "Flight of the Phoenix" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series[3] Kabir Akhtar and A.J. Dickerson "Flight of the Phoenix" Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Jason Bateman at the 2011 Deauville Film Festival
In 2005, Jason Bateman won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy.

The Golden Globe Award is an annual accolade bestowed by members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association recognizing outstanding achievements in film and television.[4] Arrested Development was nominated for four awards and won one.

List of Golden Globe Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy[5] Nominated
2005 Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy[6] Jason Bateman Won
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy[6] Nominated
2014 Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy[7] Jason Bateman Nominated

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Producers Guild of America Award is an annual accolade bestowed by the Producers Guild of America in recognition of outstanding achievements in film and television, since 1990. Arrested Development was nominated for three awards.

List of Producers Guild of America Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2006 Episodic Television Series – Comedy[8] Nominated
2007 Episodic Television Series – Comedy[9] Nominated
2014 Episodic Television Series – Comedy[10] Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

The Satellite Award is an annual accolade bestowed by members of the International Press Academy recognizing outstanding achievements in film and television.[11] Arrested Development was nominated for ten awards and won six.

List of Satellite Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Best Supporting Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy[12] David Cross Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy[12] Jeffrey Tambor Won
Best Supporting Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy[12] Portia de Rossi Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy[12] Jessica Walter Won
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy[12] Won
2005 Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy[13] Jason Bateman Won
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy[13] Portia de Rossi Won
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy[13] Nominated
2006 Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy[14] Jason Bateman Won
2014 Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy[15] Jessica Walter Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Awarded since 1995, the Screen Actors Guild Award is an annual accolade bestowed by members of the Screen Actors Guild recognizing outstanding achievements in acting in television.[16] Arrested Development was nominated for five awards.

List of Screen Actors Guild Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[17] Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[18] Jason Bateman Nominated
2005 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[19] Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter Nominated
2014 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series[20] Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, John Beard, Michael Cera, David Cross, Portia de Rossi, Isla Fisher, Tony Hale, Ron Howard, Liza Minnelli, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Henry Winkler Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series[20] Jason Bateman Nominated

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

The TCA Award is an annual accolade bestowed by the Television Critics Association in recognition of outstanding achievements in television.[21] Arrested Development was nominated for eight awards and won three.

List of TCA Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Individual Achievement in Comedy[22] Jason Bateman Nominated
Individual Achievement in Comedy[22] Jeffrey Tambor Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy[23] Won
Outstanding New Program[23] Won
Program of the Year[22] Nominated
2005 Individual Achievement in Comedy[24] Jason Bateman Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy[25] Won
Program of the Year[24] Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Writers Guild of America Award is an annual accolade bestowed by the Writers Guild of America in recognition of outstanding achievements in film, television, and radio, since 1949. Arrested Development was nominated for three awards and won one.

List of Writers Guild of America Awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2004 Best Episodic Comedy[26] Mitchell Hurwitz & Jim Vallely "Pier Pressure" Won
2005 Best Comedy Series[27] See below Nominated
2006 Best Comedy Series[28] See below Nominated

^2005 "Best Comedy Series" nominees: Barbara Feldman Adler, Brad Copeland, Richard Day, Karey Dornetto, Jake Farrow, Abraham Higginbotham, Mitchell Hurwitz, Sam Laybourne, John Levenstein, Courtney Lilly, Dean Lorey, Chuck Martin, Lisa Parsons, Richard Rosenstock, Tom Saunders, Maria Semple, Chuck Tatham, Jim Vallely, Ron Weiner

^2006 "Best Comedy Series" nominees: Richard Day, Karey Dornetto, Jake Farrow, Mitchell Hurwitz, Sam Laybourne, Dean Lorey, Tom Saunders, Maria Semple, Chuck Tatham, Jim Vallely, Ron Weiner

Other awards[edit]

List of all other awards and nominations received by Arrested Development
Year Award Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2003 American Film Institute Award AFI TV Program of the Year[29] Won
2004 ADG Excellence in Production Design Award Excellence in Production Design in Television, Multi-Camera Series[30] Dawn Snyder, Liz Lapp, Luke Freeborn Won
2004 American Film Institute Award AFI TV Program of the Year[31] Won
2004 Artios Award (Casting Society of America) Best Casting for Television, Comedy Episodic[32] Deborah Barylski, Geraldine Leder Won
2004 Artios Award (Casting Society of America) Best Casting for Television, Comedy Pilot[32] Deborah Barylski Won
2004 TV Land Award "Future Classic"[33] Won
2005 American Cinema Editors Award Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television[34] Steven Sprung "Let 'Em Eat Cake" Nominated
2005 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Golden Nymph Outstanding Producer of the Year – Comedy[35] Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, David Nevins Won
2005 Teen Choice Award "Choice V-Cast"[36] Nominated
2005 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress[37] Alia Shawkat Won
2006 American Cinema Editors Award Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television[38] Stuart Bass Won
2006 Costume Designers Guild Awards Outstanding Costume Design for Television Series – Contemporary[39] Katie Sparks Nominated
2013 Key Art Award Digital Campaign[40] Ignition Silver
2013 Key Art Award Digital Microsite/Website[40] Ignition Finalist
2013 Key Art Award Integrated Campaign[41] Ignition Gold
2013 Key Art Award Print – Wild Post[42] Ignition Bronze
2013 Key Art Award Print – Mixed Campaign[42] Ignition Bronze
2014 People's Choice Award Favorite Streaming Series[43] Nominated
2014 ADG Excellence in Production Design Award Excellence in Production Design in Television, Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series[44] Dan Butts, Kate Bunch, Oana Bogdan, Jennifer Lukehart “The B. Team” Nominated
2014 American Cinema Editors Award Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television[45] Kabir Akhtar and A.J. Dickerson "Flight of the Phoenix" Nominated
2014 Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing in Television – Short Form: Music[46] Jason Tregoe Newman "Flight of the Phoenix" Nominated

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