List of awards and nominations received by Lost

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List of awards won by Lost
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(left to right) ALMA Award-winning actor Jorge Garcia, Daniel Dae Kim and Emmy Award winning executive producers Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse and Bryan Burk

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 57 251
Footnotes

Lost is an American drama series that has aired on ABC from September 22, 2004 until May 23, 2010. It has been nominated for a variety of different awards including 54 Primetime Emmy Awards (eleven wins for the series), 48 Saturn Awards (thirteen wins), 33 Teen Choice Awards, 12 Golden Reel Awards (five wins), eight Satellite Awards (one win), seven Golden Globe Awards (one win), six Writers Guild of America Awards (one win), five Directors Guild of America Awards, two NAACP Image Awards (one win), two Screen Actors Guild Awards (one win) and a BAFTA Award. Amongst the wins for the series are a Primetime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Drama Series", a Golden Globe Award for "Best Television Series – Drama", a Screen Actors Guild Award for "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" and a Peabody Award.

The series has an ensemble cast and several different Lost actors have received acting award nominations. Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson are the only actors to win Emmy Awards while Matthew Fox has been nominated for eighteen individual awards (winning three), the most of any cast members, Evangeline Lilly is second with fifteen nominations. "Pilot" is the most nominated single episode of the series, receiving nominations for fifteen different awards, winning six, including four Emmy Awards. "Through the Looking Glass" is the second most nominated episode, with nine. "The End" received the most Emmy nominations for a single episode with eight, winning one. Lost has been nominated for over 250 awards and has won 57.

Emmy Awards[edit]

In 2005, Lost was nominated for twelve Primetime Emmy Awards and won six, including "Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series" for series co-creator J.J. Abrams and four Emmys for the pilot episode. The show also won "Outstanding Drama Series", which was considered a surprise win because the Emmys had rarely recognized science fiction or fantasy shows in the category.[1] The following year, the series was nominated for nine Emmys but failed to win any. Despite winning for "Outstanding Drama Series" the previous year, Lost was not nominated in the category in 2006. This was referenced in host Conan O'Brien's opening segment for the 2006 Emmy Awards where he lands on a beach and discovers Jorge Garcia. O'Brien jumps into a hatch and invites Garcia to come along to the ceremony, but Garcia says "we weren't exactly invited," to which O'Brien responds: "but you won last year, nothing makes sense anymore!"[2] In 2007, Lost was nominated for six Emmys but again failed to gain a nomination for "Outstanding Drama Series".[3] Terry O'Quinn became the first Lost actor to win an Emmy Award, picking up a trophy for "Outstanding Supporting Actor – Drama Series" for his performance as John Locke in "The Man from Tallahassee".[4] In 2008 the show gained eight Emmy Award nominations, of which six were Creative Arts Emmys,[5] and won the award for Sound Mixing.[6] In 2009, Lost received six nominations and won two. Michael Emerson became the second actor from Lost to win the award for "Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series". The website DharmaWantsYou.com won a special award for "Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - Fiction". In 2010, the final season of Lost received thirteen nominations, including a fourth "Outstanding Drama Series" nomination, which it lost to Mad Men as in the two previous years. The show won one award for Editing for the final episode.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2005 Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series J.J. Abrams "Pilot" Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor – Drama Series[7] Terry O'Quinn as John Locke "Walkabout" + "The Moth" Nominated
Naveen Andrews as Sayid Jarrah "Solitary" + "The Greater Good" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Bryan Burk, Carlton Cuse, Jack Bender, David Fury, Jesse Alexander, Javier Grillo-Marxuach, Sarah Caplan, Leonard Dick & Jean Higgins Won
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series[7] J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof & Jeffrey Lieber "Pilot" Nominated
David Fury "Walkabout" Nominated
2006 Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series[8] Jack Bender "Live Together, Die Alone" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor – Drama Series[8] Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond Hume "Live Together, Die Alone" Nominated
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series[8] Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse "The 23rd Psalm" Nominated
2007 Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series[9] Jack Bender "Through the Looking Glass" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor – Drama Series[10] Terry O'Quinn as John Locke "The Man from Tallahassee" Won
Michael Emerson as Ben Linus "The Man Behind the Curtain" Nominated
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series[9] Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse "Through the Looking Glass" Nominated
2008 Outstanding Drama Series[5] J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Bryan Burk, Jack Bender, Edward Kitsis, Ra’uf Glasgow, Adam Horowitz, Drew Goddard, Stephen Williams, Jean Higgins, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Pat Churchill Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series[5] Michael Emerson as Ben Linus "The Shape of Things to Come" Nominated
2009 Outstanding Drama Series[11] J.J. Abrams, Jack Bender, Bryan Burk, Carlton Cuse, Ra'uf Glasgow, Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Damon Lindelof, Jean Higgins, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Stephen Williams, Paul Zbyszewski, Pat Churchill, Brian Vaughan Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series[11] Michael Emerson as Ben Linus "Dead Is Dead" Won
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series[11] Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse "The Incident" Nominated
2010 Outstanding Drama Series[12] Damon Lindelof, J.J. Abrams, Carlton Cuse, Edward Kitsis, Ra'uf Glasgow, Adam Horowitz, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Jack Bender, Bryan Burk, Jean Higgins, Paul Zbyszewski, Melinda Hsu Taylor Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[12] Matthew Fox as Jack Shephard "The End" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[12] Terry O'Quinn as John Locke "The Substitute" Nominated
Michael Emerson as Ben Linus "Dr. Linus" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series[12] Elizabeth Mitchell as Juliet Burke "The End" Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series[12] Jack Bender "The End" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series[12] Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse "The End" Nominated

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2005 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series April Webster, Mandy Sherman, Alyssa Weisberg & Veronica Collins Rooney Won
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Mary Jo Markey "Pilot" Won
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore) Michael Giacchino "Pilot" Won
Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series[7] Thomas deGorter, Chris Reeves, Gabrielle Reeves, Trevor Jolly, Paul Menichini, Roland Thai, Marc Glassman, Maciek Malish, Troy Allen, Stephen M. Davis, Patrick Cabral & Cynthia Merrill "Pilot" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series[7] Michael Moore, Scott Weber & Frank Morrone "Outlaws" Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series Kevin Blank, Mitch Suskin, Archie Ahuna, Spencer Levy, Benoit Girard, Laurent M. Abecassis, Kevin Kutchaver, Steve Fong & Bob Lloyd "Pilot" Won
2006 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series[8] April Webster, Veronica Collins Rooney & Mandy Sherman Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series[8] Michael Bonvillain "Man of Science, Man of Faith" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series[8] Sarah Boyd "One of Them" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series[8] Sue Blainey, Stephen Semel & Sarah Boyd "Live Together, Die Alone" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series[8] David Barr Yaffe, Sean Rush, Frank Morrone & Scott Weber Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series[8] Kevin Blank, Mitch Suskin, Jay Worth, Scott Dewis, Steve Fong, Spencer Levy, Eric Chauvin, Archie Ahuna & Bob Lloyd Nominated
2007 Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series[9] Stephen Semel, Mark J. Goldman, Henk Van Eeghen and Christopher Nelson "Through the Looking Glass" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series [9] Thomas deGorter, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray, Maciek Malish, Joe Schultz, Geordy Sincavage, Jay Keiser, Alex Levy, Doug Reed and Cynthia Merrill "A Tale of Two Cities" Nominated
2008 Outstanding Cinematography For A One Hour Series[5] John Bartley "The Constant" Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)[5] Michael Giacchino "The Constant" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series[5] Henk Van Eeghen, Robert Florio, Mark J. Goldman, Stephen Semel "There's No Place Like Home Parts 2 & 3" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing For A Series[6] Thomas deGorter, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray, Maciek Malish, Lloyd Jay Keiser, Joseph Schultz, Jim Bailey, Cynthia Merril, Alex Levy "The Shape of Things to Come" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (one-hour)[5] Robert Anderson, Frank Morrone, Scott Weber "Meet Kevin Johnson" Won
Outstanding Special Class – Short-format Live-action Entertainment Programs[5] Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Barry Jossen Lost: Missing Pieces Nominated
2009 Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (one-hour)[11] Robert Anderson, Ken King, Frank Morrone, Scott Weber "The Incident" Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series[11] Mark J. Goldman, Stephen Semel, Chris Neilson "The Incident" Nominated
Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - Fiction "The Dharma Initiative" - ABC.com DharmaWantsYou.com Won
2010 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series[12] Zack Grobler, Matthew Jacobs, Carol Bayne Kelley Ab Aeterno Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series[12] Stephen Semel, Mark J. Goldman, Christopher Nelson, Henk Van Eeghen "The End" Won
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[12] Thomas E. deGorter, Joe Schultz, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray, Maciek Malish, Lloyd Jay Keiser, Geordy Sincavage, Mark Allen, Robert Kellough, Chris Reeves, Gabrielle Reeves, Alex Levy, Adam De Coster, James Bailey Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour)[12] Bobby Anderson, Ken King, Frank Morrone, Scott Weber Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)[12] Michael Giacchino Nominated
Outstanding Special Class – Short-format Live-action Entertainment Programs[12] Gregg Nations "Mysteries of the Universe" Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Lost was nominated for "Best Television Series – Drama" at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Golden Globe Awards three straight years, winning in 2006.[13] Evangeline Lilly, Naveen Andrews, Matthew Fox and Michael Emerson have all received nominations in acting categories. The series was not nominated for any Golden Globes in 2008 or 2009.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Best Television Series – Drama[14] Nominated
2006 Best Television Series – Drama[15] Won
Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series – Drama[15] Matthew Fox Nominated
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role – Television[15] Naveen Andrews Nominated
2007 Best Television Series – Drama[16] Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Drama[16] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
2010 Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role – Television[17] Michael Emerson Nominated

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

The Golden Reel Awards are presented annually by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. Lost has been nominated in various categories twelve times, and has won five.[18]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2005 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form
Dialogue & ADR[18]
Thomas DeGorter, Trevor Jolly, Christopher B. Reeves
Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves & Troy Allen
"Pilot" Won
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form
Sound Effects & Foley[18]
Thomas DeGorter, Trevor Jolly, Paul Menichini
Roland N. Thai & Marc Glassman
"Pilot" Won
2006 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form
Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[18]
Trevor Jolly, Thomas DeGorter, Maciek Malish & Lloyd Jay Keiser "The Other 48 Days" Nominated
2007 Best Sound Editing in Sound Effects
and Foley for Television – Short Form[18]
Thomas DeGorter, Paula Fairfield, Carla Murray
Cynthia Merrill & Doug Reed
"A Tale of Two Cities" Won
Best Sound Editing in Television: Short Form
Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[18]
Thomas DeGorter, Lloyd Jay Keiser & Maciek Malish "Further Instructions" Nominated
2008 Best Sound Editing in Television: Long Form
Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[19]
"Through the Looking Glass" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television: Short Form
Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[19]
"Greatest Hits" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television: Long Form
Sound Effects and Foley[19]
"Through the Looking Glass" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television: Short Form
Sound Effects and Foley[19]
"Left Behind" Won
2009 Best Sound Editing: Short Form
Dialogue and ADR in Television[20]
"Confirmed Dead" Won
Best Sound Editing: Short Form
Sound Effects and Foley in Television[20]
"The Shape of Things to Come" Nominated
2010 Best Sound Editing: Short Form
Dialogue and ADR in Television
"The Little Prince" Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

The Satellite Awards, formerly known as the Golden Satellite Awards, are presented both for cinema and television. Lost has won one award, which went to Matthew Fox in 2004.[21]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Outstanding Television Series, Drama[21] Nominated
Best Actress in a Series, Drama[21] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Actor in a Series, Drama[21] Matthew Fox Won
2005 Outstanding Television Series, Drama[22] Nominated
Best DVD Release of a TV Show[22] Lost – The Complete First Season Nominated
2006 Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama Series[23] Michael Emerson Nominated
2007 Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Movie Made for TV[24] Michael Emerson Nominated
Best DVD Release of a TV Show[24] Lost – The Complete Third Season Nominated

Saturn Awards[edit]

The Saturn Awards are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films and honor science fiction and fantasy films and television shows. Lost has been nominated for 48 Saturn Awards and has won 13, including five wins in the "Best Network Television Series" category[25] and acting wins for Terry O'Quinn, Matthew Fox (twice), Michael Emerson, Elizabeth Mitchell and Josh Holloway.

Matthew Fox has been nominated for five Saturn Awards and won two
Elizabeth Mitchell has been nominated for three Saturn Awards and won one
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje received one Saturn Award nomination
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2004 Best Network Television Series[25] Won
Best Actor on Television[26] Matthew Fox Nominated
Best Actress on Television[26] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[26] Dominic Monaghan Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[25] Terry O'Quinn Won
2005 Best Network Television Series[25] Won
Best Actor on Television[25] Matthew Fox Won
Best Actress on Television[27] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[27] Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television[27] Terry O'Quinn Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television[27] Michelle Rodriguez Nominated
Best Television Release on DVD[25] Lost – The Complete First Season Won
2006 Best Actor in a Television Program[28] Matthew Fox Nominated
Best Actress in a Television Program[28] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Network Television Series[28] Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Program[28] Michael Emerson Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Program[28] Josh Holloway Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Program[28] Elizabeth Mitchell Nominated
Best Television Series Release on DVD[28] Lost – The Complete Second Season Nominated
2007 Best Actor in a Television Program[29] Matthew Fox Won
Best Actress in a Television Program[30] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Network Television Series[29] Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Program[29] Michael Emerson Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Program[30] Josh Holloway Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Program[30] Terry O'Quinn Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Program[29] Elizabeth Mitchell Won
Best Television Series Release on DVD[30] Lost – The Complete Third Season Nominated
2008 Best Network Television Series[31] Won
Best Actor in Television[32] Matthew Fox Nominated
Best Actress in Television[32] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in Television[32] Henry Ian Cusick Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in Television[32] Michael Emerson Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in Television[32] Josh Holloway Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in Television[32] Yunjin Kim Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in Television[32] Elizabeth Mitchell Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series[32] Alan Dale Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series[32] Kevin Durand Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series[32] Sonya Walger Nominated
Best Television Series Release on DVD[32] Lost – The Complete Fourth Season Nominated
2009 Best Network Television Series[33] Won
Best Actor in Television[33] Matthew Fox Nominated
Best Actor in Television[33] Josh Holloway Won
Best Actress in Television[33] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in Television[33] Jeremy Davies Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in Television[33] Michael Emerson Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in Television[33] Elizabeth Mitchell Nominated
Best Guest Starring Role in a Television Series[33] Mark Pellegrino Nominated
Best Television Series Release on DVD[33] Lost – The Complete Fifth Season Won

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

The TCA Awards are presented by the Television Critics Association. Lost has won four: three for "Outstanding Achievement in Drama" and one for "Outstanding New Program".[34]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Outstanding New Program[34] Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[34] Won
Program of the Year[35] Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama[35] Matthew Fox Nominated
2006 Outstanding Achievement in Drama[34] Won
Program of the Year[35] Nominated
2007 Outstanding Achievement in Drama[35] Nominated
2008 Program of the Year[36] Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[36] Nominated
2009 Program of the Year Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
2010 Program of the Year Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[37] Won
Heritage Award Nominated

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Teen Choice Awards are voted on by teenagers. Lost has been nominated for 33 awards, but has never won. Evangeline Lilly has been nominated for eight awards and Matthew Fox has been nominated for seven, while Josh Holloway and Jorge Garcia have each been nominated for four.

Evangeline Lilly has been nominated for eight Teen Choice Awards.
Michael Emerson has been nominated for one Teen Choice Award.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Choice TV Actor: Drama[38] Matthew Fox Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama[38] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance – Female[38] Maggie Grace Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance – Female[38] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance – Male[38] Jorge Garcia Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance – Male[38] Josh Holloway Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance – Male[38] Ian Somerhalder Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Show[38] Nominated
Choice TV Chemistry[38] Evangeline Lilly & Matthew Fox Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[38] Nominated
Choice TV Sidekick[38] Jorge Garcia Nominated
Choice V-Cast[38] Nominated
2006 Choice TV Actor: Drama/Action Adventure[39] Matthew Fox Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama/Action Adventure[39] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Choice TV Chemistry[39] Evangeline Lilly, Matthew Fox & Josh Holloway Nominated
Choice TV Drama/Action Adventure Show[39] Nominated
Choice TV Sidekick[39] Jorge Garcia Nominated
2007 Choice TV Actor: Drama[40] Matthew Fox Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama[40] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[40] Nominated
Choice TV: Sidekick[40] Jorge Garcia Nominated
Choice TV: Villain[40] Michael Emerson Nominated
2008 Choice TV: Action Adventure[41] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Adventure[41] Josh Holloway Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Adventure[41] Matthew Fox Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Action Adventure[41] Evangeline Lily Nominated
2009 Choice TV: Action Adventure[42] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Adventure[42] Josh Holloway Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Adventure[42] Matthew Fox Nominated
2010 Choice TV: Fantasy/Sci-Fi[43] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi[43] Josh Holloway Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi[43] Evangeline Lily Nominated
Choice TV: Villain[43] Terry O'Quinn Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Series co-creator J.J. Abrams has won one WGA Award.

The Writers Guild of America Awards are presented annually by the Writers Guild of America. Lost has been nominated for four "Dramatic Series" awards and won one in 2006.[44] The duos of Elizabeth Sarnoff & Christina M. Kim and Damon Lindelof & Drew Goddard have both received individual nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Work Result
2006 Dramatic Series[44] J.J. Abrams, Kim Clements, Carlton Cuse, Leonard Dick, Paul Dini, Brent Fletcher, David Fury, Drew Goddard, Javier Grillo-Marxuach, Adam Horowitz, Jennifer M. Johnson, Christina M. Kim, Edward Kitsis, Jeffrey Lieber, Damon Lindelof, Lynne E. Litt, Monica Macer, Steven Maeda, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Janet Tamaro, Christian Taylor and Craig Wright[44] Season 1 & Season 2 Won
2007 Dramatic Series[45] J.J. Abrams, Monica Owusu-Breen, Carlton Cuse, Leonard Dick, Drew Goddard, Javier Grillo-Marxuach, Adam Horowitz, Dawn Lambertsen-Kelly, Christina M. Kim, Edward Kitsis, Damon Lindelof, Steven Maeda, Jeff Pinkner, Matt Ragghianti, Elizabeth Sarnoff and Alison Schapker[45] Season 2 & Season 3 Nominated
Episodic Drama[45] Elizabeth Sarnoff & Christina M. Kim "Two for the Road" Nominated
2008 Episodic Drama[46] Damon Lindelof & Drew Goddard "Flashes Before Your Eyes" Nominated
2009 Dramatic Series[47] Carlton Cuse, Drew Goddard, Adam Horowitz, Christina M. Kim, Edward Kitsis, Damon L. Lindelof, Greggory Nations, Kyle Pennington, Elizabeth Sarnoff and Brian K. Vaughan[47] Season 4 Nominated
2010 Dramatic Series[48] Carlton Cuse, Adam Horowitz, Melinda Hsu Taylor, Edward Kitsis, Damon Lindelof, Greggory Nations, Kyle Pennington, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Brian K. Vaughan and Paul Zbyszewski[47] Season 5 Nominated
2011 Episodic Drama[49] Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof The End Nominated

Other awards[edit]

In 2005, the show and its cast were named "Entertainers of the year" by Entertainment Weekly.[50] In 2008, castmembers Yunjin Kim and Daniel Dae Kim placed seventeenth on the list of the 25 Entertainers of the Year.[51] Lost has had success at various Guild and society awards, having been nominated for awards at a dozen ceremonies and winning eight. In 2007, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse and Jack Bender won a Golden Nymph award at the Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo for "Best Drama Series".[52] On April 1, 2009, it was announced that Lost had won a Peabody Award for "rewrit[ing] the rules of television fiction."[53]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2004 American Film Institute (AFI) Awards Best television programs[54] Season 1 Won
2005 Best television programs[55] Season 2 Won
2008 Best television programs[56] Season 4 Won
2006 ALMA Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a TV Series[57] Jorge Garcia Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a TV Series[57] Michelle Rodriguez Won
2007 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a TV Series[58] Jorge Garcia Nominated
2008 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a TV Series[59] Jorge Garcia Won
2004 Art Directors Guild Awards Excellence in Production Design Award Television
Single Camera Television Series[60]
Jim Spencer & William F. Matthews
"Pilot"
Nominated
2005 Excellence in Production Design Award Television
Single Camera Television Series[61]
Jim Spencer & William F. Matthews
"Orientation"
Nominated
2007 Excellence in Production Design Award Television
Single Camera Television Series[62]
Zack Grobler
"Through the Looking Glass"
Nominated
2005 Artios Awards Best Dramatic Pilot Casting[63] April Webster Won
Best Dramatic Episodic Casting[63] April Webster & Mandy Sherman Nominated
2006 Best Dramatic Episodic Casting[63] April Webster, Mandy Sherman & Veronica Collins Nominated
2008 Best Dramatic Episodic Casting[64][65] April Webster & Veronica Collins Nominated
2004 ASC Awards Outstanding Movie of the Week/Miniseries/Pilot for Broadcast[66] Larry Fong
"Pilot"
Nominated
2005 ASCAP Film & TV Music Awards Top Television Series[67] J.J. Abrams & Michael Giacchino Won
2006 Top Television Series[68] J.J. Abrams & Michael Giacchino Won
2005 BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Television Award[69] Michael Giacchino Won
2007 BAFTA Awards Best International[70] J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse & Jack Bender Nominated
2005 Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series[71] Frank Morrone, Scott Weber & David Yaffe
"Pilot"
Nominated
2007 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series[72] Frank Morrone, Scott Weber & Robert J. Anderson Jr.
"I Do"
Nominated
2009 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series[73] Frank Morrone, Scott Weber & Robert J. Anderson Jr.
"Meet Kevin Johnson"
Nominated
2005 Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series – Night[74] J.J. Abrams
"Pilot"
Nominated
2008 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series – Night[75] Jack Bender
"Through the Looking Glass"
Nominated
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series – Night[75] Eric Laneuville
"The Brig"
Nominated
2009 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series – Night[76] Jack Bender
"The Constant"
Nominated
2010 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series – Night[77] Jack Bender
"The Incident"
Nominated
2006 Eddie Awards Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television[78] Stephen Semel
"Outlaws"
Won
2007 Best Edited Miniseries for Commercial Television[79] Sue Blainey, Sarah Boyd and Stephen Semel
"Live Together, Die Alone"
Nominated
2008 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television[80] Henk Van Eeghen, Mark Goldman, Stephen Semel & Chris Nelson
"Through the Looking Glass"
Nominated
2009 Best Edited Motion Picture for Commercial Television[81] Henk Van Eeghen, Robert Florio, Mark J. Goldman & Stephen Semel
"There's No Place Like Home"
Nominated
2010 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television[82] Christopher Nelson
"The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham"
Nominated
2004 Family Television Awards Best New Series Won
2005 Best Drama Won
2004 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form[83] "Pilot" Nominated
2009 Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form[84] "The Constant" Nominated
2007 Imagen Foundation Awards Best Primetime Television Program[85] Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Television[85] Jorge Garcia Nominated
2009 Best Primetime Television Program[86] Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Television[86] Jorge Garcia Nominated
2005 International Horror Guild Awards Best Television[87] Won
2008 JC Penney Asian Excellence Awards Outstanding Television Actress[88] Yunjin Kim Nominated
2006 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Drama Series[89] Nominated
2007 Outstanding Directing in a Dramatic Series[90] Karen Gaviola
"The Whole Truth"
Won
2006 National Television Awards Most Popular Actor[91] Matthew Fox Nominated
Most Popular Actress[91] Evangeline Lilly Nominated
Most Popular Drama[91] Nominated
2005 People's Choice Awards Favorite New Television Drama[92] Nominated
2009 Favorite TV Drama[93] Nominated
Favorite SCI FI/Fantasy Show[93] Nominated
Favorite TV Drama Actor[93] Matthew Fox Nominated
2005 Prism Awards TV Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline[94] "Pilot", "House of the Rising Sun" & "The Moth" Won
Performance in a Drama Series Storyline[94] Dominic Monaghan Nominated
2008 Drama episode[94] "Through the Looking Glass" Nominated
Performance in a Drama Series Episode[94] Matthew Fox Nominated
2006 Producers Guild Awards TV Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[95] J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Bryan Burk, Jack Bender
Jean Higgins & Carlton Cuse
Won
2007 TV Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[96] J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Bryan Burk
Jack Bender, Jean Higgins, Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz & Liz Sarnoff
Nominated
2008 TV Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[97] J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Bryan Burk
Jack Bender, Jean Higgins, Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz, & Liz Sarnoff
Nominated
2009 TV Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[98] Jack Bender, Carlton Cuse, Drew Goddard, Jean Higgins
Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz, Damon Lindelof, Liz Sarnoff
Stephen Williams & Ra’uf Glasgow
Nominated
2010 TV Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[99] Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz, Jack Bender, Jean Higgins, Elizabeth Sarnoff, Paul Zbyszewski, Stephen Williams & Ra'uf Glasgow Nominated
2011 TV Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Drama[100] Jack Bender, Bryan Burk, Carlton Cuse, Ra’uf Glasgow, Jean Higgins, Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Damon Lindelof, Liz Sarnoff, Paul Zbyszewski Nominated
2006 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Naveen Andrews, Emilie de Ravin, Matthew Fox, Jorge Garcia, Maggie Grace, Josh Holloway, Malcolm David Kelley, Daniel Dae Kim, Yunjin Kim, Evangeline Lilly, Dominic Monaghan, Terry O'Quinn, Harold Perrineau, Michelle Rodriguez, Ian Somerhalder and Cynthia Watros.[101] Won
2008 Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Series Nominated
2005 Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Kevin Blank, Mitch Suskin, Benoit Girard & Jerome Morin
"Pilot"
Won
2006 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program[102] Kevin Blank, Mitchell Ferm, Eric Chauvin & John Teska
"Exodus"
Won
2010 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Eric Hance, Samantha Mabie-Tuinstra & Sean M. Scott, Mitch Suskin
"The Incident"
Nominated
2005 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Leading Young Actor[103] Malcolm David Kelley Nominated
2006 Best Performance in a TV Series (Drama) – Supporting Young Actor[103] Malcolm David Kelley Won
* denotes nominated works with awards pending presentation and announcement.

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