List of accolades received by House

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Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 56 169
Footnotes

House is an American television medical drama that originally ran on the Fox network for eight seasons, from November 16, 2004 to May 21, 2012. The show centers around Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), a drug-addicted, unconventional, misanthropic medical genius who leads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional hospital in New Jersey. Throughout its run, the show has been widely popular with audiences,[1] and has been well received by the critics community.[2][3][4][5][6]

As a result, by the end of its run, the show had been nominated 169 times for awards presented by American organizations, including at least ten times each for the Primetime Emmy Awards, Teen Choice Awards, People's Choice Awards, NAACP Image Awards, and Prism Awards. It won the awards a total of 56 times, which included multiple wins also at the Golden Globe Awards, Young Artist Awards, BMI Film & TV Awards, Satellite Awards, Golden Reel Awards, TCA Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Humanitas Prizes, and WGA Awards.

The show has been very successful internationally also, being aired in 2008 in a total of 66 countries, and with audience of over 81.8 million worldwide, it was the most watched television show on the globe that year.[7][8] As a result, it received ten nominations for international awards, including once for a BAFTA TV Award (U.K.) and for a Golden Nymph (won, Monaco).

Hugh Laurie, who portrays the title character, has been nominated for an award 38 times, winning 14 of them. Omar Epps has been nominated eight times, winning three awards, while Olivia Wilde has been nominated five times for an award. Besides the show's cast members, the writers and producers of the show have also been nominated for various awards; writer, show-runner, executive producer and director David Shore, has received ten nominations for his work on the show, winning three times.

Emmy Awards[edit]

David Shore has won one Emmy Award in 2005.
David Morse has received one Emmy Award nomination in 2007.
Katie Jacobs was con-nominated for an Emmy Award twice.

The Emmy Awards have been awarded annually since 1949 by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to honor excellence in television.[9] They are considered to be one of the four major awards—together with the Academy Awards (film), Tony Awards (theatre) and Grammy Awards (music).[10][11][12][13] House has been nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards, which are given to honor excellence in acting and writing in primetime television,[14] as well as Creative Arts Emmys, which are presented in recognition of technical and other related areas in American television programming.[15]

After its first season run in 2005, House received five Emmy Award nominations, of which three were for Creative Arts Emmys.[16] It failed to gain a nomination for Outstanding Drama Series but did, however, win the award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.[17] The show did get nominated for Outstanding Drama Series in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009, but did not manage to win the award in either of these four nominations. In 2006 House was nominated for four Emmys, but failed to win.[18] Next year, the show received four nominations, and won a Creative Arts Emmy for make-up.[19] The following year, at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards, the show, again, received four nominations but only received one Primetime Emmy Award, for director Greg Yaitanes for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series.[20] House received another three nominations in 2009 and in 2010, and two more nominations in 2011. However, it only won two Creative Arts Emmy Awards for sound mixing in 2009 and 2011, and failed to win any nominations altogether in 2012 for its final season.

Hugh Laurie, who portrays the title character has been nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for every season except the second and the last one. Despite the six nominations, Laurie has never won the award,[21] which has been regarded by some critics in the entertainment industry as among the biggest snubs in the award's history.[22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2005 Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series[30] David Shore "Three Stories" Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[31] Hugh Laurie
N/A
Nominated
2006 Outstanding Drama Series[32] See below
N/A
Nominated
2007 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[33] Hugh Laurie "Half-Wit"[34] Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series[35] David Morse "Finding Judas"[36] Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[37] See below "Half-Wit"[38] Nominated
2008 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[39] Hugh Laurie "House's Head"[40] Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[20] Greg Yaitanes "House's Head" Won
Outstanding Drama Series[41] See below "Frozen"[42] Nominated
2009 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[43] Hugh Laurie
N/A
Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[44] See below
N/A
Nominated
2010 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[45] Hugh Laurie "Broken" Nominated
2011 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[46] Hugh Laurie "After Hours" Nominated

^2006 "Outstanding Drama Series" Nominees : Katie Jacobs, David Shore, Bryan Singer, Thomas L. Moran, Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, Doris Egan, David Semel, Matt Witten, Gerrit van der Meer & Lawrence Kaplow.[47]
^2007, 2008 and 2009 "Outstanding Drama Series" Nominees : David Shore, Katie Jacobs, Paul Attanasio, Bryan Singer, Daniel Sackheim, Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, Thomas L. Moran, Doris Egan, Lawrence Kaplow, Gerrit van der Meer, Peter Blake & Leonard Dick.[41][44][48]

Creative Arts Emmys[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result
2005 Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)[49] Christopher Hoag "Pilot" Nominated
Outstanding Main Title Design[50] Matt Mulder, Jake Sargeant, Dan Brown & Dave Molloy
N/A
Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series[51] Amy Lippens
N/A
Nominated
2006 Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series[52] Gerry Lentz, Rich Weingart & Russell C. Fager "Euphoria (Part 1)" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series[53] Amy Lippens & Stephanie Laffin
N/A
Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series[54] Derek R. Hill & Danielle Berman "Autopsy", "Distractions" & "Skin Deep" Nominated
2007 Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special[55] Dalia Dokter, Jamie Kelman & Ed French "Que Sera Sera" Won
2008 Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (original Dramatic Score)[56] Jon Ehrlich & Jason Derlatka "Guardian Angels" Nominated
2009 Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (one Hour)[57] Von Varga, Richard Weingart & Gerry Lentz "House Divided" Won
2010 Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (one Hour)[58] Von Varga, Juan Cisneros, Rich Weingart & Gerry Lentz "Epic Fail" Nominated
Outstanding Stunt Coordination[59] Jim Vickers "Brave Heart" Nominated
2011 Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (one Hour)[60] Von Varga, Juan Cisneros, Joseph DeAngelis & Brad North "Bombshells" Won

BMI Film & TV Awards[edit]

Robert Del Naja has won multiple BMI Film & TV Awards.

The BMI Film & TV Awards are presented annually by Broadcast Music Incorporated to the composers of music featured in successful films, TV series and programs. Three composers from House, Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall and Andrew Vowles, have received the award every year between 2005 and 2011.

Year Category Nominees Result
2005 Television Music Award[61] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won
2006 Television Music Award[62] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won
2007 Television Music Award[63] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won
2008 Television Music Award[64] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won
2009 Television Music Award[65] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won
2010 Television Music Award[66] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won
2011 Television Music Award[67] Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew Vowles Won

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Hugh Laurie has won two Golden Globes and was nominated four more times.

The Golden Globe Awards are awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association "to honor the best achievements in film and television."[68] House has been nominated for a total of nine. The show has won two Golden Globes, which were for Hugh Laurie in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama category in 2006 and 2007.[69] Laurie has been nominated four more times between 2008 and 2011, while the series was also nominated in the category Best Drama Series in 2008, 2009, and 2010.

Year Category Nominee Result
2006 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[70] Hugh Laurie Won
2007 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[71] Hugh Laurie Won
2008 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[72] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama[72]
N/A
Nominated
2009 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[68] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama[68]
N/A
Nominated
2010 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[73] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama[73]
N/A
Nominated
2011 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[74] Hugh Laurie Nominated

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

The Golden Reel Awards are presented annually by the Motion Picture Sound Editors to sound editors. House has been nominated in various categories seven times, and has won three.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2005 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Sound Effects & Foley[75] Barbara Issak, Craig Rosevear & Brad North "Paternity" Nominated
2006 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[76] Barbara Issak, Brad North & Jackie Oster "Autopsy" Won
2008 Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR for Short Form Television[77] Brad North, Jackie Oster, Tiffany S. Griffith, Alex Parker & Kirk Herzbrun "Human Error" Won
2010 Best Sound Editing – Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television[78] See below "Epic Fail" Won
Best Sound Editing – Long Form Dialogue and ADR in Television[79] Brad North, Jackie Oster "Broken" Nominated
Best Sound Editing – Best Sound Editing: Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television[80] Brad North, Luis Galdames, Rich Thomas, Michael Lyle, Paul Stevenson & Matt Mondrick "Broken" Nominated
2012 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Sound Effects & Foley[81] See below "Bombshells" Nominated

^2010 "Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television" Nominees : Craig Rosevear, Matthew Mondrick, Luis Galdames, Kirk Herzbrun, Alex Parker, Paul Stevenson, Harry Woolway, Michael Lyle, Rich Weingart & Brad North.

^2012 "Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Sound Effects & Foley" Nominees : Kirk Herzbrun, Alex Parker, Matthew Mondrick, Joe DeAngelis, Harry Woolway, Paul Stevenson, Brad North, Craig Rosevear, Luis Galdames & Michael Lyle.

Humanitas Prizes[edit]

The Humanitas Prizes are awarded each year for film and television writing intended to promote human dignity, meaning, and freedom.[82] House has been nominated six times for the 60 Minute Teleplay category and has won once.[83] In 2012, the show received the Goodbye with Love Humanitas Prize, being the first recipient of this new award honoring long-running series that have ended.[84]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2005 60 Minute Teleplay[85] David Shore "Everybody Lies" Nominated
2005 60 Minute Teleplay[85] Sara B. Cooper "Damned If You Do" Nominated
2006 60 Minute Teleplay[83] David Shore "Three Stories" Won
2007 60 Minute Teleplay[86] Doris Egan "House vs. God" Nominated
2009 60 Minute Teleplay[87] David Hoselton "Unfaithful" Nominated
2011 60 Minute Teleplay[88] Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner & Peter Blake "Help Me" Nominated
2012 Goodbye with Love[84] David Shore
N/A
Won

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

The NAACP Image Awards are presented annually by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor outstanding people of color in film, television, music, and literature.[89] The show has received 12 nominations in total, including seven for Omar Epps in the "Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series" and the "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series" categories.

Omar Epps has received seven NAACP Image Award nominations and has won three.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[90] Omar Epps Nominated
2006 Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series[91] Omar Epps Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[91]
N/A
Nominated
2007 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[92] Omar Epps Won
2008 Outstanding Drama Series[93]
N/A
Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[93] Omar Epps Won
2009 Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series[94] Omar Epps Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[95]
N/A
Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series[96] Liz Friedman & Sara Hess
for episode: "Lucky Thirteen"
Nominated
2010 Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series[97] Sara Hess
for episode: "The Greater Good"
Nominated
2012 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Series[98] Omar Epps Nominated
2013 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Series[99] Omar Epps Won

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Robert Sean Leonard was nominated for a People's Choice Award in 2011.

The People's Choice Awards are voted by fans online to recognize the people and the work of popular culture.[100] House has received 13 nominations, winning nine.

Year Category Nominee Result
2007 Favorite TV Drama[101]
N/A
Nominated
2008 Favorite TV Drama[102]
N/A
Won
2009 Favorite TV Drama[103]
N/A
Won
Favorite Male TV Star[103] Hugh Laurie Won
2010 Favorite TV Drama[104]
N/A
Won
Favorite Male TV Star[104] Hugh Laurie Won
2011 Favorite TV Drama[105]
N/A
Won
Favorite TV Drama Actor[105] Hugh Laurie Won
Favorite TV Drama Actress[105] Lisa Edelstein Won
Favorite TV Doctor[105] Hugh Laurie Won
Robert Sean Leonard Nominated
2012 Favorite TV Drama[106]
N/A
Nominated
Favorite TV Drama Actor[107] Hugh Laurie Nominated

Prism Awards[edit]

The PRISM Awards are awarded annually by the Entertainment Industries Council to honor artists for accurate portrayal of substance abuse, addiction and mental health in entertainment programming.[108] House has been nominated ten times, winning in 2007 for "TV Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline".[109]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2006 Performance in a Drama Series Episode[110] Hugh Laurie Nominated
TV Drama Episode[110] "Hunting" Nominated
2007 TV Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline[109] House’s Addiction
for episodes: "Fools for Love”, ”Que Sera Sera”, ”Finding Judas”, ”Merry Little Christmas"
Won
Performance in a Drama Series, Multi-Episode Storyline[109] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2008 Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline[111] Words and Deeds” & “One Day, One Room Nominated
2010 Performance in a Drama Episode[112] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Drama Series – Mental Health[112] "Simple Explanation" Nominated
2011 Drama Series – Mental Health[113] "Massage Therapy" Nominated
2012 Drama Series Episode – Substance Use[114] "After Hours" Nominated
Drama Series Episode – Substance Use[114] "The Fix" Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

Lisa Edelstein received a Satellite Award in 2005.

The Satellite Awards are presented annually by the International Press Academy to the "best of the entertainment industry".[115] House has won five awards, Including Best Drama series in 2005 and 2006.[116][117]

Year Category Nominee Result
2005 Outstanding TV Series – Drama[116]
N/A
Won
Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show[116] Season One Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Series – Drama[116] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television[116] Lisa Edelstein Won
2006 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Series – Drama[117] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding TV Series – Drama[117]
N/A
Won
2007 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Series – Drama[118] Hugh Laurie Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Jennifer Morrison was co-nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award in 2009.

The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) honors its members annually with awards for outstanding acting in film and television.[119] House has been nominated for seven awards, six of which were for Hugh Laurie for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, winning two of them.[120][121]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2006 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[122] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2007 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[120] Hugh Laurie Won
2008 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[123] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2009 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[121] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series[124] See below Nominated
2010 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[125] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2011 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[126] Hugh Laurie Nominated

^2009 "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" Nominees : Lisa Edelstein, Omar Epps, Peter Jacobson, Hugh Laurie, Robert Sean Leonard, Jennifer Morrison, Kal Penn, Jesse Spencer & Olivia Wilde.

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Olivia Wilde was nominated for a Teen Choice Award on four occasions.
Jesse Spencer was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in 2005.

The Teen Choice Awards are voted on by teenagers online and honor the year's biggest achievements in television, film, music, sports and fashion.[127] House has received 16 nominations, including four for Olivia Wilde, and three for Hugh Laurie. Laurie has won in 2007 for the Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Drama.[128]

Year Category Nominee Result
2005 Choice TV Show: Drama[129]
N/A
Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Show[129]
N/A
Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance – Male[129] Spencer-JesseJesse Spencer Nominated
2006 TV – Choice Drama/Action Adventure Show[130]
N/A
Nominated
TV – Choice Actor[131] Laurie-HughHugh Laurie Nominated
2007 Choice TV Actor: Drama[128] Laurie-HughHugh Laurie Won
Choice TV Show: Drama[132]
N/A
Nominated
2008 Choice TV Breakout Star Female[133] Wilde-OliviaOlivia Wilde Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[133]
N/A
Nominated
2009 Choice TV Actress: Drama[134] Wilde-OliviaOlivia Wilde Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[134]
N/A
Nominated
2010 Choice TV Actress: Drama[135] Wilde-OliviaOlivia Wilde Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[135]
N/A
Nominated
2011 Choice TV Actor: Drama[136] Laurie-HughHugh Laurie Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama[136] Wilde-OliviaOlivia Wilde Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[136]
N/A
Nominated

TCA Awards[edit]

The TCA Awards are presented annually by the Television Critics Association for outstanding achievements in television.[137][138] House has been nominated seven times, twice for Outstanding Achievement in Drama. Laurie has been nominated four times, winning twice in 2005 and 2006.[139]

Year Category Nominee Result
2005 Individual Achievement in Drama[139] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding New Program of the Year[140]
N/A
Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[140]
N/A
Nominated
2006 Individual Achievement in Drama[139] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[141]
N/A
Nominated
2007 Individual Achievement in Drama[142] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2009 Individual Achievement in Drama[143] Hugh Laurie Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Lawrence Kaplow has won a Writers Guild of America Award in 2006.

The Writers Guild of America presents annual awards for outstanding achievements in film, television, and radio. House has been nominated for four awards in the Episodic Drama category, winning in 2006 and in 2010.[144][145]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2006 Episodic Drama[144] Lawrence Kaplow "Autopsy" Won
2009 Episodic Drama[146] Doris Egan & Leonard Dick "Don't Ever Change" Nominated
2010 Episodic Drama[145][147] Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, David Foster & David Shore "Broken part 1 & 2" Won
2011 Episodic Drama[148] Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner & Peter Blake "Help Me" Nominated

Young Artist Awards[edit]

Haley Pullos has won a Young Artist Award Award in 2012.

The Young Artist Awards are presented annually by the Young Artist Foundation to recognize excellence of youth performers. Actors have been nominated nine times for their performances on House, winning two awards.[149]

Year Category Nominee Result
2006 Best Performance in a Television Series (Comedy or Drama) – Guest Starring Young Actress[150] Jennifer Stone
for episode:"Heavy"
Nominated
2007 Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Guest Starring Young Actor[151] Skyler Gisondo Nominated
2008 Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress[152] Bailee Madison
for episode:"Act Your Age"
Nominated
2009 Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor[153] Nathan Gamble Nominated
2010 Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor 13 and Under[154] Andy Scott Harris Nominated
2011 Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress 11–15[155] Callie Thompson Nominated
2012 Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor 11–13[149] Austin Michael Coleman Won
Haley Pullos Won
Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress Ten and Under[149] Shyloh Oostwald Nominated

Other U.S. awards[edit]

House has been nominated for awards at various Guild and society ceremonies. Show creator David Shore also received an award from the Lupus Foundation of America, for raising awareness for Lupus, a disease mentioned frequently on the show.[156] The American Film Institute selected the show as one of the best television programs of 2005.[157] The same year, House received a Peabody Award for achievement in electronic media,[158] it also received two PGA Award nominations in 2006 and 2007.[159][160]

"House has redefined the medical television show. No longer a world where an idealized doctor has all the answers or a hospital where gurneys race down the hallways, House‍ '​s focus is on the pharmacological—and the intellectual demands of being a doctor. The trial-and-error of new medicine skillfully expands the show beyond the format of a classic procedural, and at the show's heart, a brilliant but flawed physician is doling out the prescriptions—a fitting symbol for modern medicine."

American Film Institute judges[157]
Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 AFI Awards Television Program[157]
N/A
Won
2005 Artios Awards Best Dramatic Pilot Casting[161] Amy Lippens, Coreen Mayrs & Heike Brandstatter Nominated
2006 Best Dramatic Episodic Casting[162] Amy Lippens Nominated
2008 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series – Drama[163] Amy Lippens & Stephanie Laffin Nominated
2006 ASC Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series[164] Gale Tattersall
for episode: "Meaning"
Nominated
2008 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series[165] Gale Tattersall
for episode: "House's Head"
Nominated
2008 Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series[166] Gerry Lentz & Rich Weingart
for episode: "Last Resort"
Nominated
2009 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Movies and Mini-Series[167] Rich Weingart & Gerry Lentz
for episode: "Broken"
Nominated
2009 California on Location Awards Assistant Location Manager of the Year – Television (Teamsters Local 399)[168] Kim Crabb Won
2005 DGA Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[169] Paris Barclay
for episode: "Three Stories"
Nominated
2007 Edgar Allan Poe Awards Best Television Episode Teleplay[170] Thomas L. Moran
for episode: "Clueless"
Nominated
2010 HPA Awards Outstanding Sound – Television[171] Brad North, Joe DeAngelis, Luis Galdames & Jackie Oster Nominated
2006 Lupus Research Institute Awards Loop Award[172] David Shore Won
2005 Peabody Awards Achievement in electronic media[158]
N/A
Won
2010 PEN Literary Awards Teleplay[173] Peter Blake
for episode: "The Tyrant"
Nominated
2006 PGA Awards Television Producer of the Year Award in Dramatic Episodic[159] David Shore & Katie Jacobs Nominated
2007 Television Producer of the Year Award in Dramatic Episodic[160] David Shore, Katie Jacobs & Daniel Sackheim Nominated
2005 Saturn Awards Best Television Release on DVD[174] Season One Nominated
2011 SOC Awards Camera Operator of the Year Award[175] Anthony Gaudioz Nominated

International awards[edit]

Martin Henderson was nominated for Australian Film Institute Awards in 2009.

House has been nominated for awards at various festivals and society ceremonies outside of United States for the best foreign or international TV series. These include a British Academy Television Awards nomination in 2007,[176] and winning the "Golden Nymph" award at Monte-Carlo Television Festival in 2009.[177] The show has also received nominations from the German Goldene Kamera, and the Spanish "TP de Oro" and "Premios Ondas," while Martin Henderson has received a nomination by the Australian Film Institute for the International Award for the best actor for his appearance in the episode "Painless".[178]

Year Organization, Country Award Category Nominee Result
2009 Australian Film Institute, Australia AFI International Award Best Actor[178] Martin Henderson Nominated
2007 BAFTA, United Kingdom British Academy Television Award Best International[176] David Shore Nominated
2009 Goldene Kamera, Germany Audience Camera Best US Series[179][180] Hugh Laurie Won
2009 Monte-Carlo Television Festival, Monaco Golden Nymph Best International Drama TV Series[177]
N/A
Won
2011 Premios Ondas, Spain Television Award Best Foreign Fiction Series[181][182]
N/A
Won
2006 TP de Oro, Spain TP de Oro Award Best Foreign Series[183]
N/A
Won
2007 Best Foreign Series[184]
N/A
Won
2008 Best Foreign Series[185]
N/A
Won
2009 Best Foreign Series[186][187]
N/A
Nominated
2010 Best Foreign Series[188]
N/A
Nominated

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