List of awards and nominations received by Glee

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List of awards won by Glee
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Satellite Award-winning actors Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 71 190
Footnotes

Glee is an American musical comedy-drama television series that has aired on Fox since May 19, 2009. It has been nominated for a variety of different awards including thirty-two Emmy Awards (six wins), eleven Satellite Awards (five wins), nine Golden Globe Awards (four wins), twenty-five Teen Choice Awards (six wins), three Writers Guild of America Awards, and three Directors Guild of America Awards. Amongst the wins for the series are a Satellite Award for "Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy", a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series", and a People's Choice Award for "Favorite New TV Comedy".

The series has an ensemble cast and several different Glee actors have received acting award nominations. Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele and Chris Colfer have all won Satellite Awards and been nominated for Golden Globe and Emmy Awards. Lynch has been nominated for eighteen individual awards (winning eight), the most of any cast members. Several crew members have also been nominated for awards, with series creator Ryan Murphy nominated for three Writers Guild of America Awards and two Directors Guild of America Awards. As of July 2014, Glee has been nominated for over 150 awards, of which it has won more than 70.


AfterEllen.com and AfterElton.com Awards[edit]

Colfer was named "Favorite Breakout Actor" at the 2010 Gay People's Choice Awards.
Santana (Rivera, left) and Brittany (Morris, right) were nominated "Favorite Fictional Lesbian Couple" at the 2010 AfterEllen.com Visibility Awards.

The gay media websites AfterEllen.com and AfterElton.com run Lesbian/Bisexual and Gay People's Choice Awards respectively, as well as Visibility Awards for the LGBT community. The awards are voted on by the websites' users.

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 Lesbian/Bi People's Choice Awards Favorite Female TV Star (Comedy) Jane Lynch Won [1]
Favorite New Show Won
Favorite Music Duo or Group Glee Cast Nominated
Gay People's Choice Awards Favorite New Show Won [2]
Favorite Breakout Actor Chris Colfer Won
Favorite Breakout Actress Lea Michele Won
Best Ensemble TV Cast Won
Favorite Music Duo or Group Glee Cast Won
AfterEllen.com Visibility Awards Favorite TV Comedy Won [3]
Favorite TV Actress Naya Rivera Nominated
Jane Lynch Nominated
Favorite Fictional Lesbian Couple Brittany Pierce and Santana Lopez Nominated
AfterElton.com Visibility Awards Favorite TV Comedy Won [4]
Favorite TV Actor Chris Colfer Won
Favorite TV Couple Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson Won
Best Gay Moment of the Year Glee's "Teenage Dream" performance Nominated
Favorite Music Video Glee's "Teenage Dream" Nominated

Dorian Awards[edit]

Lynch won Dorian Awards in 2010 and 2011.

In the Dorian Awards' inaugural year, 2010, Glee won in three categories. It won in four categories in 2011, with the "TV Comedy Performance of the Year" award resulting in a tie between Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch.[5]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 TV Musical or Comedy of the Year Won [6]
Campy TV Show of the Year Won
TV Performance of the Year: Musical or Comedy Jane Lynch Won
2011 TV Musical or Comedy of the Year Won [5]
LGBT-Themed TV Show of the Year Won
TV Comedy Performance of the Year Chris Colfer Won
Jane Lynch Won
We're Wilde About You Rising Star Award Darren Criss Won
2012 TV Musical Program of the Year Won [7]
2013 TV Musical Performance of the Year Darren Criss Nominated [8]

Emmy Awards[edit]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Morrison was nominated "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series" at the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Patrick Harris won the "Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series" award for his role in "Dream On".
Year Category Nominee Episode(s) Result Ref
2010 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Matthew Morrison "Mash-Up" Nominated [9]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Lea Michele "Sectionals" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Chris Colfer "Laryngitis" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Lynch "The Power of Madonna" Won [10]
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Neil Patrick Harris "Dream On" Won [11]
Mike O'Malley "Wheels" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Kristin Chenoweth "The Rhodes Not Taken" Nominated
Outstanding Comedy Series See below Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan "Pilot" – Director's Cut Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Ryan Murphy Won
Paris Barclay "Wheels" Nominated
2011 Outstanding Comedy Series See below Nominated [12]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Chris Colfer "Grilled Cheesus" Nominated [13]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Lynch "Funeral" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Kristin Chenoweth "Rumours" Nominated [13][14]
Gwyneth Paltrow "The Substitute" Won
Dot-Marie Jones "Never Been Kissed" Nominated
2012 "Choke" Nominated [15]
2013 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jane Lynch "Feud" Nominated [11]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Dot-Marie Jones "Shooting Star" Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Paris Barclay "Diva" Nominated
2014
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Paris Barclay "100" Pending [11]

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result Ref
2010 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Mark Hutman, Christopher Brown, Barbara Munch "Pilot" – Director's Cut Nominated [11]
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, Jim Carnahan N/A Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series Lynda K. Walker, Ann Marie Luddy, Michael Ward, Gina Bonacquisti "Hairography" Nominated
Stacey K. Black, Mary G. Stultz, Roxanne N. Sutphen, Gina Bonacquisti "The Power of Madonna" Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Lou A. Eyrich, Marisa Aboitiz Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) Eryn Krueger Mekash, Kelley Mitchell, Jennifer Greenberg, Robin Neal-Luce, Kelcey Fry, Zoe Haywas Nominated
Eryn Krueger Mekash, Kelley Mitchell, Trent Cotner, Jennifer Greenberg, Mike Mekash "Theatricality" Nominated
Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media — Fiction Coincident TV, Fox Broadcasting Company, Glee Hyperpromo And Superfan N/A Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Phillip W. Palmer, Doug Andham, Joseph H. Earle "The Power of Madonna" Won
2011 Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Robert J. Ulrich and Eric Dawson N/A Won [14]
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Lou A. Eyrich and Marisa Aboitiz "New York" Nominated [12]
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series Janis Clark, Sterfon Demings, Monte Haught, Susan Zietlow-Maust and Stacy Black "The Sue Sylvester Shuffle" Nominated
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special Eryn Krueger Mekash, Jen Greenberg, Kelley Mitchell, Robin Luce, Mike Mekash, Melissa Buell, Christien Tinsley and Hiroshi Yada Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) Eryn Krueger Mekash, Jen Greenberg, Robin Luce and Mike Mekash "The Rocky Horror Glee Show" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Phillip W. Palmer, Joseph H. Earle and Doug Andham "The Substitute" Nominated
2012 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Michael Goi "Asian F" Nominated [11]
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series Kelley Mitchell, Jennifer Greenberg, Melissa Buell, Tym Shutchai Buacharern, Paula Jane Hamilton and Darla Albright "Yes/No" Nominated
2013 "Guilty Pleasures" Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Michele was nominated "Best Actress - TV Series Musical or Comedy" at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards.

Glee won "Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy" at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's 2010 Golden Globe Awards. Lea Michele, Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison all received nominations in acting categories. The show was nominated for exactly the same awards at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards with the addition of a nomination for Chris Colfer for Best Supporting Actor, and Colfer and the series both won. In 2012, it was only nominated in the series category, and did not win.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won [16]
Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy Matthew Morrison Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Lea Michele Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Jane Lynch Nominated
2011 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won [17]
Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy Matthew Morrison Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Lea Michele Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Jane Lynch Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Chris Colfer Won
2012 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated [18]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. Glee Cast has been nominated for three awards.

Year Recipient Award Result
2011 Glee: The Music, Volume 1 Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated
"Don't Stop Believin' (Regionals Version)" Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Nominated
2012 Glee: The Music, Volume 4 Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Spears was nominated "Favorite TV Guest Star" at the 2011 People's Choice Awards for her appearance in the episode "Britney/Brittany".

The People's Choice Awards recognize the people and work of popular culture, and are voted on by the general public. Glee won the "Favorite New TV Comedy" award in 2010, and was nominated for three awards in 2011.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 Favorite New TV Comedy Won [19]
2011 Favorite TV Comedy Won [20]
Favorite TV Guest Star Britney Spears Nominated
Neil Patrick Harris Nominated
Favorite TV Comedy Actor Matthew Morrison Nominated
Favorite TV Comedy Actress Jane Lynch Won
2012 Favorite TV Comedy Nominated [20]
Favorite TV Actor Comedy Chris Colfer Nominated
Cory Monteith Nominated
Favorite TV Actress Comedy Jane Lynch Nominated
Lea Michele Won
Favorite TV Guest Star Gwyneth Paltrow Nominated
Kristin Chenoweth Nominated
2013 Favorite TV Comedy Nominated [21]
Favorite TV Actor Comedy Chris Colfer Won
Favorite TV Actress Comedy Jane Lynch Nominated
Lea Michele Won
Favorite TV Fan Following Gleeks Nominated
2014 Favorite Network TV Comedy Nominated [22]
Favorite Comedic TV Actor Chris Colfer Won
Darren Criss Nominated
Favorite Comedic TV Actress Jane Lynch Nominated
Lea Michele Nominated
Favorite On-Screen Chemistry Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) Nominated
Favorite TV Bromance Blaine (Darren Criss) and Sam (Chord Overstreet) Nominated
Favorite TV Gal Pals Rachel (Lea Michele) and Santana (Naya Rivera) Won

Satellite Awards[edit]

Chenoweth won "Outstanding Guest Star" at the 2009 Satellite Awards for her performance in the episode "The Rhodes Not Taken".

The Satellite Awards, formerly known as the Golden Satellite Awards, are presented both for cinema and television. Glee has won five awards, including "Outstanding Guest Star" for special guest star Kristin Chenoweth.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won [23]
Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy TV Series Lea Michele Won
Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV Series Matthew Morrison Won
Best Supporting Actress Jane Lynch Won
Best Supporting Actor Chris Colfer Nominated
Outstanding Guest Star Kristin Chenoweth Won
2010 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated [24]
Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy TV Series Lea Michele Nominated
Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV Series Matthew Morrison Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Jane Lynch Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Chris Colfer Nominated

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Cory Monteith won the 2011 Choice TV: Actor Comedy award.

The Teen Choice Awards are voted on by teenagers. Glee was nominated for three awards in 2009, thirteen awards in 2010, and nine awards in both 2011 and 2013. It won three awards annually starting in 2010, increasing to four in 2013.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Choice TV: Breakout Series Nominated [25]
Choice TV: Breakout Star Female Lea Michele Nominated
Choice TV: Breakout Star Male Cory Monteith Nominated
2010 Choice TV Show: Comedy Won [26]
Choice TV Actor: Comedy Cory Monteith Nominated [27]
Choice TV Actress: Comedy Lea Michele Nominated
Choice TV: Villain Jane Lynch Nominated
Choice Music: Group Glee Cast Nominated
Choice TV: Female Scene Stealer Amber Riley Nominated
Choice TV: Male Scene Stealer Chris Colfer Won [26]
Matthew Morrison Nominated [27]
Choice TV: Female Breakout Star Dianna Agron Nominated
Choice TV: Male Breakout Star Mark Salling Nominated
Kevin McHale Nominated
Choice TV: Parental Unit Mike O'Malley Won [26]
Most Fanatic Fans Nominated [27]
2011 Choice TV: Comedy Won [28]
Choice TV: Actor Comedy Cory Monteith Won
Choice TV: Scene Stealer Male Mark Salling Nominated [29]
Chris Colfer Nominated
Choice TV: Scene Stealer Female Dianna Agron Nominated
Amber Riley Nominated
Choice Music: Group Glee Cast Nominated
Choice TV: Villain Jane Lynch Nominated
Choice TV: Breakout Star Darren Criss Won
2012 Choice TV: Comedy Won
Choice TV: Scene Stealer Female Dianna Agron Nominated
Choice TV: Actor Comedy Chris Colfer Won
Choice TV: Actress Comedy Lea Michele Won [28]
2013 Choice TV: Comedy Won [30]
Choice TV: Actor Comedy Chris Colfer Nominated
Choice TV: Actress Comedy Lea Michele Won [30]
Choice TV: Villain Becca Tobin Nominated
Choice TV: Male Scene Stealer Chord Overstreet Won [30]
Choice TV: Female Scene Stealer Heather Morris Nominated
Choice TV: Breakout Star Melissa Benoist Nominated
Blake Jenner Won [30]
Candie's Style Icon Lea Michele Nominated
2014[31] Choice TV Show: Comedy Pending
Choice TV Actor: Comedy Chord Overstreet Pending
Choice TV Actress: Comedy Lea Michele Pending

Other awards[edit]

Murphy, along with Brennan and Falchuk, won the 2010 "Comedy Writer of the Year" award at the Just for Laughs awards.
Rivera won best "Female Music Artist" at the 2011 ALMA Awards.
Riley was nominated for NAACP Image Awards in 2011 and 2012.
Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 ACE Eddie Awards Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Buecker, BradleyBradley Buecker, Doc Crotzer, Joe Leonard & John Roberts for "Journey to Regionals" Nominated [32]
2009 AFI Awards Television Program of the Year Glee Won [33]
2010 AFI Awards Television Program of the Year Glee Won [34]
2011 ALMA Awards Favorite TV Actress – Leading Role in a Comedy Rivera, NayaNaya Rivera Nominated [35]
2011 ALMA Awards Female Music Artist Rivera, NayaNaya Rivera Won [36]
2010 American Music Awards Soundtracks - Favorite Album Glee: The Music, Volume 3 Showstoppers Won [37]
2009 Art Directors Guild Awards Single Camera Television Series Hutman, MarkMark Hutman for "Pilot" Nominated [38]
2009 Artios Awards Television Pilot — Comedy Ulrich, Robert J.Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, Carol Kritzer and Jim Carnahan Won [39]
2010 BAFTA Awards YouTube Audience Award Glee Nominated [40]
2011 BAFTA Awards International TV Show Glee Nominated [41]
2011 Brit Awards International Breakthrough Act Glee Nominated [42]
2010 CDG Awards Outstanding Contemporary Television Series Eyrich, LouLou Eyrich Won [43]
2011 CDG Awards Outstanding Contemporary Television Series Eyrich, LouLou Eyrich Won [44]
2012 CDG Awards Outstanding Contemporary Television Series Eyrich, LouLou Eyrich and Jennifer Eve Won [45]
2009 Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series Palmer, Phillip W.Phillip W. Palmer, Joseph H. Earle Jr. and Doug Andham, for "Wheels" Nominated [46]
2010 Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series Palmer, Phillip W.Phillip W. Palmer, Joseph H. Earle Jr. and Doug Andham, for "The Power of Madonna" Nominated [47]
2011 The Comedy Awards Comedy Actress – TV Lynch, JaneJane Lynch Nominated [48]
2011 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series Glee Nominated [49]
2011 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Lynch, JaneJane Lynch Nominated [49]
2009 Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series Barclay, ParisParis Barclay for "Wheels" Nominated [50]
2009 Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series Murphy, RyanRyan Murphy for "Pilot" Nominated [50]
2010 Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series Murphy, RyanRyan Murphy for "The Power of Madonna" Nominated [51]
2009 Diversity Awards Favorite New Television Cast Ensemble Glee Won [52]
2010 Do Something Awards Do Something TV Show Glee Won [53]
2011 Do Something Awards Do Something TV Show Glee Won [54]
2010 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Won [55]
2011 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Won [56]
2012 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Nominated [57]
2012 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Reality Program The Glee Project Nominated [57]
2013 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Pending [58]
2010 Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing: Short Form Music in Television Klotz, DavidDavid Klotz for "Pilot" Won [59]
2011 Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing: Short Form Musical in Television Klotz, DavidDavid Klotz for "The Power of Madonna" Won [60]
2012 Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing: Short Form Musical in Television Klotz, DavidDavid Klotz for "The First Time" Nominated [61]
2009 Hollywood Music in Media Awards Outstanding Musical Supervision — TV Bloom, PJPJ Bloom Won [62]
2010 HPA Awards Outstanding Editing - Television Leonard, JoeJoe Leonard for "The Power of Madonna" Nominated [63]
2010 HPA Awards Outstanding Editing - Television Crotzer, DocDoc Crotzer for "Dream On" Nominated [63]
2010 HPA Awards Outstanding Editing - Television Buecker, BradleyBradley Buecker for "Journey to Regionals" Nominated [63]
2010 HPA Awards Outstanding Sound - Television Benson, JohnJohn Benson for "Preggers" Nominated [63]
2010 Imagen Awards Best Supporting Actress/Television Rivera, NayaNaya Rivera Nominated [64]
2010 Just for Laughs Awards Comedy Writer of the Year Brennan, IanIan Brennan, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy Won [65]
2012 Kids' Choice Awards Argentina 2012 International TV Program Glee Nominated [66]
2010 Media Access Awards CSA Award Ulrich, Robert J.Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, Carol Kritzer Won [67]
2012 MTV Las Listas 2012 TV Show del año Glee Nominated [68]
2010 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Nominated [69]
2011 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Nominated [70]
2011 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Riley, AmberAmber Riley Nominated [70]
2012 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Riley, AmberAmber Riley Nominated [71][72]
2011 National Television Awards Digital Choice Glee Nominated [73]
2010 Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards Fave International Band Glee Nominated [74]
2010 Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards Fave TV Show Glee Nominated [74]
2009 Peabody Awards  — Glee Won [75]
2011 PGA Awards The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy Brennan, IanIan Brennan, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy, Kenneth Silverstein Nominated [76]
2012 PGA Awards The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television – Comedy Brennan, IanIan Brennan, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy, Kenneth Silverstein Nominated [77]
2010 PRISM Awards Comedy Series "Vitamin D" Nominated [78]
2010 SAG Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series See below Won [79]
2011 SAG Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Colfer, ChrisChris Colfer Nominated [80]
2011 SAG Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Lynch, JaneJane Lynch Nominated [80]
2011 SAG Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series See below Nominated [80]
2012 SAG Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series See below Nominated [81]
2013 SAG Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series See below Nominated [82]
2012 SOC Lifetime Achievement Awards Television Camera Operator of the Year Mitchell, AndrewAndrew Mitchell Won [83]
2010 TCA Awards Outstanding New Program Glee Won [84]
2010 TCA Awards Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Glee Nominated [84]
2010 TCA Awards Program of the Year Glee Won [84]
2010 TCA Awards Individual Achievement in Comedy Lynch, JaneJane Lynch Won [84]
2010 Television Academy Honors Television With a Conscience "Wheels" Won [85]
2010 TV Choice Awards Best New Drama Glee Won [86]
2010 TV Land Awards Future Classic Glee Won [87]
2010 Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards Outstanding Television Produced by a Woman Alexis Martin Woodall Won [88]
2010 Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards Comedy Series Glee Nominated [89]
2010 Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards Actress Comedy Series Lynch, JaneJane Lynch Nominated [89]
2010 Writers Guild of America Awards Comedy Series Brennan, IanIan Brennan, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy Nominated [90]
2010 Writers Guild of America Awards New Series Brennan, IanIan Brennan, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy Nominated [90]
2011 Writers Guild of America Awards Comedy Series Brennan, IanIan Brennan, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy Nominated [91]

Notes[edit]

^2010 Primetime Emmy Awards episode submissions for "Outstanding Comedy Series": "Pilot" and "Preggers"; "Wheels" and "Sectionals"; "The Power of Madonna" and "Home".[92]

^2011 Primetime Emmy Awards episode submissions for "Outstanding Comedy Series": "Audition" and "Silly Love Songs"; "Original Song" and "The Substitute"; "Duets" and "Never Been Kissed".[93]

^2010 Screen Actors Guild Award winners for "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series": Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Patrick Gallagher, Jessalyn Gilsig, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Harry Shum, Jr., Josh Sussman, Dijon Talton, Iqbal Theba and Jenna Ushkowitz.

^2011 Screen Actors Guild Award nominees for "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series": Max Adler, Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Mike O'Malley, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Harry Shum, Jr., Iqbal Theba, Jenna Ushkowitz.

^2012 Screen Actors Guild Award nominees for "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series": Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Ashley Fink, Dot-Marie Jones, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Mike O'Malley, Chord Overstreet, Lauren Potter, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Harry Shum, Jr., Iqbal Theba, Jenna Ushkowitz.

^2013 Screen Actors Guild Award nominees for "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series": Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Samuel Larsen, Vanessa Lengies, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Alex Newell, Chord Overstreet, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Harry Shum, Jr., Jenna Ushkowitz.

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