List of awards and nominations received by Dexter (TV series)

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List of Dexter awards and nominations
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From left to right, cast members Julie Benz, David Zayas, Michael C. Hall and C.S. Lee
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 35 109
Footnotes

Dexter is an American drama series that has aired on Showtime since October 1, 2006. It has been nominated for a variety of awards, including eleven Primetime Emmy Awards (four wins), seven Golden Globe Awards (two wins), seven Screen Actors Guild Awards (one win), twelve Satellite Awards (seven wins), thirteen Saturn Awards (five wins), two PGA Awards, two TCA Awards (one win), five WGA Awards, a Peabody Award, and it was selected twice by the American Film Institute as one of the top ten best television programs of the year.

Michael C. Hall, who portrays the title character, is the most-nominated cast member, with twenty-seven nominations; Jennifer Carpenter is second, with seven nominations. Besides the show's cast members, the writers and producers of the show have also been nominated for various awards; writer, producer and showrunner Clyde Phillips has gained six nominations for his work on the show. As of February 2012, Dexter has been nominated for over 100 awards and has won 35.

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Emmy Awards have been awarded annually since 1949 by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to honor excellence in television; they are considered to be the television equivalent to the Academy Awards.[1] Dexter has been nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards,[2] which are awarded to honor excellence in acting and writing in primetime television,[3] as well as Creative Arts Emmys,[4] which are presented in recognition of technical and other related areas in American television programming.[5] In 2007, Dexter received three Emmy Award nominations, all of which were Creative Arts Emmys.[4] The show won two, one for editing and another for the show's opening titles. The following year, the show received five nominations, including nominations for Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Michael C. Hall).[2] However, the show failed to win any awards that year, losing the award for Outstanding Drama Series to Mad Men and the award for Outstanding Lead Actor – Drama Series to Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad.[6]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2008 Outstanding Drama Series[2] John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton, Clyde Phillips, Daniel Cerone, Melissa Rosenberg, Scott Buck, Robert Lloyd Lewis "The Dark Defender"[7] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[2] Michael C. Hall "There's Something About Harry"[8] Nominated
2009 Outstanding Drama Series[9] John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton, Clyde Phillips, Charles H. Eglee, Melissa Rosenberg, Scott Buck, Michael C. Hall, Adam E. Fierro, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Timothy Schlattman Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Jimmy Smits "Go Your Own Way" Nominated
2010 Outstanding Drama Series[10] John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton, Clyde Phillips, Charles H. Eglee, Melissa Rosenberg, Scott Buck, Michael C. Hall, Timothy Schlattman, Wendy West, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Lauren Gussis Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall "The Getaway" Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series Steve Shill "The Getaway" Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series John Lithgow "Road Kill" Won
2011 Outstanding Drama Series John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton, Clyde Phillips, Charles H. Eglee, Melissa Rosenberg, Scott Buck, Michael C. Hall, Timothy Schlattman, Wendy West, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Lauren Gussis Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall "Teenage Wasteland" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Julia Stiles "In the Beginning"[11] Nominated
2012 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall "Nebraska" Nominated

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2007 Outstanding Main Title Theme Music[4] Rolfe Kent Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Elena Maganini "Dexter" Won
Outstanding Main Title Design Eric S. Anderson, Josh Bodnar, Lindsay Daniels, Colin Davis Won
2008 Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)[2] Patrick Hanson, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Joe Earle "It's Alive!" Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a One-Hour Series[2] Romeo Tirone "The British Invasion" Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series[2] Anthony Cowley, Linda Spheeris "That Night, A Forest Grew" Nominated
2010 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Shawn Dawson Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Matthew V. Colonna "The Getaway" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series James P. Clark, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Kevin Roache, Jeremy Balko "Hello, Dexter Morgan" Nominated
Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media - Fiction Showtime Networks Inc. Dexter Interactive Nominated
2011 Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Louis F. Cioffi "Take It!" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Kevin Roache, Peter Elia, Greg Agalsoff, Jeremy Balko "Take it!" Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Dexter has been nominated for ten Golden Globe Awards, which are awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to honor the best in film and television.[12] Michael C. Hall has received five acting nominations. The show was nominated for Best Television Series – Drama in 2009 and 2010. Both Michael C. Hall and newcomer to the show, John Lithgow received Golden Globe Awards for their roles in Dexter in 2010.[13]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Best Performance by an Actor In a Television Series – Drama Michael C. Hall Nominated
2008 Best Performance by an Actor In a Television Series – Drama Michael C. Hall Nominated
2009 Best Performance by an Actor In a Television Series – Drama Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama Nominated
2010 Best Performance by an Actor In a Television Series – Drama[13] Michael C. Hall Won
Best Performance by an Actor In a Supporting Role[13] John Lithgow Won
Best Television Series – Drama[13] Nominated
2011 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Julia Stiles Nominated
Best Television Series - Drama Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

The Satellite Awards, formerly known as the Golden Satellite Awards, are presented annually by the International Press Academy to the best in cinema and television.[14] Dexter has won seven, including Best TV Series – Drama in 2007 and 2008.[15][16] In 2007, the show received four nominations, in the categories of Best Actor – TV Drama Series (Hall), Best TV Series – Drama, Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show (season one), Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series (David Zayas). The show won all of its nominations, making Dexter the most victorious show of that year's ceremony.[17]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2006 Best TV Series – Drama[18] Nominated
Best Actor – TV Drama Series[18] Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television[18] Julie Benz Won
2007 Best TV Series – Drama[15] Won
Best Actor – TV Drama Series[15] Michael C. Hall Won
Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show[15] Season One Won
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television[15] David Zayas Won
2008 Best TV Series – Drama[16] Won
Best Actor – TV Drama Series[16] Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television[16] Jimmy Smits Nominated
2009 Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television John Lithgow Won
Best DVD Extras The Complete Season 3 Nominated
2010 Best Actor in a Series, Drama Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Television Series, Drama Nominated

Saturn Awards[edit]

James Remar has been nominated for a Saturn Award.

The Saturn Awards are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, and honor the best in science fiction and fantasy films and television shows.[19] Dexter has been nominated for eighteen awards and has won five, including the award for Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series in 2007.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Television Actor[20] Michael C. Hall Won
Best Supporting Television Actor[21] James Remar Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress[21] Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
2008 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[22] Won
Best Television Actor[23] Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actor[24] Erik King Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress[23] Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress[23] Jaime Murray Nominated
2009 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Television Actor Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series Jimmy Smits Won
Best Supporting Television Actress Jennifer Carpenter Won
2009 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Television Actor Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series John Lithgow Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress Julie Benz Won
2010 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Television Actor Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
2011 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Television Actor Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series Edward James Olmos Nominated
Best Supporting Television Actress Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
2012 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Television Actor Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series Ray Stevenson Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series Yvonne Strahovski Won
Best Supporting Television Actress Jennifer Carpenter Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

The Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG awards) are presented annually by the Screen Actors Guild to honor acting in film and television. Dexter has been nominated for seven; Michael C. Hall has received nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series in 2007, 2008, 2009 and winning the award in 2010. The fifth and six nominations for the show was for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, in 2009 and 2010, but the eventual recipient of the award was the cast of Mad Men winning the award both years. The show was also nominated in 2010 in the category for Outstanding Stunt Performance in a Series.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall Nominated
2008 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall Nominated
2009 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series See below Nominated
2010 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[25] Michael C. Hall Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series[25] Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Series[25] Nominated
2011 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Michael C. Hall Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Nominated

^2009 "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" Nominees : Preston Bailey, Julie Benz, Jennifer Carpenter, Valerie Cruz, Kristin Dattilo, Michael C. Hall, Desmond Harrington, C.S. Lee, Jason Manuel Olazabal, David Ramsey, James Remar, Christina Robinson, Jimmy Smits, Lauren Vélez, David Zayas.

TCA Awards[edit]

Through its run Dexter has been nominated for a total of three TCA Awards, which are presented annually by the Television Critics Association.[26] The show has won one award, for Michael C. Hall in the "Individual Achievement in Drama" category.[27]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Outstanding New Program of the Year[28] Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama[27] Michael C. Hall Won
2010 Individual Achievement in Drama John Lithgow Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Writers Guild of America Awards are presented annually to film and television writers by the Writers Guild of America.[29] Dexter has been nominated for five awards, including "Dramatic Series" three times, but has not won any.[30][31][32] Timothy Schlattmann and Scott Reynolds have both gained individual nominations.[30][31]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2008 Dramatic Series[30] See below Nominated
Episodic Drama[30] Timothy Schlattmann "The Dark Defender" Nominated
2009 Dramatic Series[31] See below Nominated
Episodic Drama[31] Scott Reynolds "There's Something About Harry" Nominated
2010 Dramatic Series[32] See below Nominated

^2008 "Dramatic Series" Nominees : Scott Buck, Daniel Cerone, Drew Z. Greenberg, Lauren Gussis, Kevin Maynard, Clyde Phillips, Scott Reynolds, Melissa Rosenberg, Timothy Schlattmann.[30]
^2009 "Dramatic Series" Nominees : Scott Buck, Daniel Cerone, Charles H. Eglee, Adam Fierro, Lauren Gussis, Clyde Phillips, Scott Reynolds, Melissa Rosenberg, Timothy Schlattmann.[31]
^2010 "Dramatic Series" Nominees : Scott Buck, Charles H. Eglee, Lauren Gussis, Clyde Phillips, Scott Reynolds, Melissa Rosenberg, Timothy Schlattmann, Wendy West[32]

Other awards[edit]

Dexter has been nominated for awards at various Guild and society ceremonies, winning six. When the American Film Institute (AFI) selected the show as one of the top ten television programs of 2007, the AFI Award jury stated, "The world through Dexter's dark, droll and wickedly funny gaze, in many ways, defines today's era of television – stories that are wildly ambitious, intricately told, and deeply, emotionally engaging."[33]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2006 AFI Awards Television Program[34] Won
2007 Television Program[33] Won
2007 ALMA Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress – Television Series, Mini-Series or Television Movie Lauren Vélez Nominated
2008 Outstanding Supporting Actress – Television Series, Mini-Series or Television Movie Lauren Vélez Nominated
2008 ASTRA award Favourite International Personality or Actor Michael C. Hall Nominated
Favourite International Program Nominated
Most Outstanding International Program or Event Nominated
2007 Artios Awards Best Dramatic Episodic Casting[35] Shawn Dawson, Lori S. Wyman Nominated
Best Dramatic Pilot Casting for episode "Dexter" Deborah Aquila
Mary Tricia Wood
Jennifer L. Smith
Julie Tucker
Lori Wyman
Nominated
2008 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series – Drama[36] Shawn Dawson Nominated
2009 BAFTA TV Award Best International John Goldwyn
Sara Colleton
Clyde Phillips
Robert Lloyd Lewis
Nominated
2009 Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series[37] Roger Pietschmann, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Kevin Roache
"Turning Biminese"
Nominated
2008 Eddie Awards Best Edited One-Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television Stewart Schill
"It's Alive!"
Nominated
2010 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television Stewart Schill
"Living the Dream"
Nominated
Best Edited One-Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television Louis F. Cioffi
"Remains to be Seen"
Won
2007 Edgar Allan Poe Awards Best Television Episode Teleplay[38] Clyde Phillips
"Crocodile"
Nominated
2008 Best Television Episode Teleplay Daniel Cerone Nominated
2008 Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley for Short Form Television[39] Fred Judkins, Andrew Ellerd, Gary Megregian, Stuart Martin, Dale W. Perry
"The British Invasion"
Nominated
2006 IGN Best Television Program[40] Nominated
Best New Show[41] Won
Best Actor[42] Michael C. Hall Won
Best Villain — The Ice Truck Killer[43] Christian Camargo Won
Best Character — Dexter Morgan[44] Won
2007 Best Television Program[45] Won
Best Storyline — "The Hunt for the Bay Harbour Butcher"[46] Won
Best Writing[47] Nominated
2008 Best Television Program[48] Nominated
Best Actor[49] Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Character — Dexter Morgan[50] Nominated
Best Character — Miguel Prado Nominated
Best Storyline — "Dexter's friendship with Miguel"[51] Nominated
2009 Best Television Series"[52] Nominated
Best Drama Series Nominated
Best Performance"[53] Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
Best Storyline — "The Trinity Killer""[54] Nominated
Best Twist — "Trinity's secret child" Nominated
Best Villain — "Arthur Mitchell / Trinity Killer" John Lithgow Won
2007 Imagen Foundation Awards Best Supporting Actor – Television[55] David Zayas Nominated
2009 Best Supporting Actor/Television Jimmy Smits Nominated
2007 NAMIC Vision Awards Best Actress – Drama[56] Lauren Vélez Won
Drama Nominated
2007 Peabody Awards Excellence in Television[57] Won
2010 People's Choice Awards Favorite TV Obsession Nominated
2008 Producers Guild of America Awards Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[58] Michael Cuesta, Sara Colleton, John Goldwyn, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Clyde Phillips Nominated
2009 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama Sara Colleton, John Goldwyn, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Clyde Phillips Nominated
2010 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama Sara Colleton, John Goldwyn, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Clyde Phillips, Melissa Rosenberg Nominated
2008 Scream Awards Best TV Show[59] Won
Best Horror Actor[59] Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Horror Actress[59] Julie Benz Nominated
2009 Best TV Show[60] Nominated
Best Horror Actor[61] Michael C. Hall Nominated
Best Horror Actress[62] Jennifer Carpenter Nominated
Best Supporting Actress[63] Jennifer Carpenter Won
2007 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Recurring Young Actor[64] Daniel Goldman Won
2008 Best Performance in a TV Series – Recurring Young Actress[65] Christina Robinson Nominated
2009 Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actress Christina Robinson Nominated
Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actor Preston Bailey Nominated

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