List of awards and nominations received by Pushing Daisies

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Awards and nominations for Pushing Daisies
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 18 57
Footnotes

Emmy Awards[edit]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipients and nominees Role/Episode Result
2008 Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role – Comedy Series[1][2] Lee Pace Ned Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series[1][2] Kristin Chenoweth Olive Snook Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series[2] Barry Sonnenfeld "Pie-lette" Won
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series[1][2] Bryan Fuller "Pie-lette" Nominated
2009 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series[3] Kristin Chenoweth Won

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipients and nominees Episode Result
2008 Outstanding Art Direction – Single-Camera Series[1][4] William Durrell Jr., Halina Siwolop and Michael Wylie "Pie-lette" Nominated
Outstanding Casting – Comedy Series[1][4] Jennifer LareMeg Lieberman and Camille Patton Nominated
Outstanding Costumes – Series[1][4] Mary Vogt and Stephanie Fox-Kramer "Pie-lette" Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling – Series[1][4] Daniel Curet and Yuko Tokunaga-Koach "Smell of Success" Nominated
Outstanding Non-Prosthetic Makeup – Series[1][4] Todd McIntosh, David De Leon and Bradley Look "Dummy" Nominated
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup – Series, Miniseries, Film or a Special[1][4] Todd McIntosh, David De Leon and Sara De Pue "Smell of Success" Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition – Series[4] Jim Dooley "Pigeon" Won
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing – Comedy Series[4] Stuart Bass, A.C.E. "Pie-lette" Won
2009 Outstanding Art Direction – Single-Camera Series[5] William Durrell Jr., Halina Siwolop and Michael Wylie "Dim Sum Lose Some" Won
Outstanding Costumes – Series[5] Robert Blackman and Carol Kunz "Bzzzzzzzzz!" Won
Outstanding Hairstyling – Single-Camera Series[5][6] Daniel Curet, Yuko Koach, Gloria Conrad and Elizabeth Rabe "Dim Sum Lose Some" Nominated
Outstanding Non-Prosthetic Makeup – Single-Camera Series[5] Todd McIntosh, David DeLeon and Steven Anderson "Dim Sum Lose Some" Won

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipients and nominees Role/Episode Result
2008 Best Actor in a Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Series[7] Lee Pace Ned Nominated
Best Actress in a Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Series[7] Anna Friel Charlotte "Chuck" Charles Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[7] Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipients and nominees Episode Result
2007 Best Actor in a Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Series[8] Lee Pace Ned Nominated
Best Actress in Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Series[8] Anna Friel Charlotte "Chuck" Charles Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[8] Won
2008 Best Actor in a Leading Role – Musical or Comedy Series[9] Lee Pace Nominated
Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Series, Miniseries or Television Film[9] Kristin Chenoweth Olive Snook Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy[9] Nominated

Saturn Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
2008 Best Network TV Series[10][11] Nominated
Best TV Actor[10][11] Lee Pace Nominated
Best TV Actress[10][11] Anna Friel Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2008 Best Screenplay for New Series[12][13] Chad Gomez Creasey, Dara Resnik Creasey, Bryan Fuller, Abby Gewanter, Jim Danger Gray, Lisa Joy, Katherine Lingenfelter, Rina Mimoun, Jack Monaco, Scott Nimerfro, Peter Ocko Nominated
Best Screenplay for Episodic Comedy[12][13] Bryan Fuller "Pie-lette" Nominated

Hollywood Post Alliance Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2008 Outstanding Color Grading[14] Joe Hathaway (LaserPacific) "The Fun in Funeral" Won
Outstanding Editing[14] Stuart Bass, A.C.E. "Pie-lette" Won

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 American Society of Cinematographers Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography
in TV Movie/Miniseries/Pilot[15]
(for "Pie-lette")
Michael Weaver Nominated
2008 Artios Awards Outstanding Achievement in Casting
for Comedy TV Pilot[16]
(for "Pie-lette")
Meg Liberman
Cami Patton
Won
2008 Artios Awards Outstanding Achievement in Casting
for Comedy TV Series[16]
Meg Liberman
Cami Patton
Jennifer Lare
Won
2008 Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design
for Period or Fantasy TV Series
[17]
Robert Blackman Won
2009 Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Costume Design
for Period or Fantasy TV Series
[18][19]
Robert Blackman Nominated
2008 Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directing in TV - Comedy Series[20]
(for "Pie-lette")
Barry Sonnenfeld Won
2008 Edgar Allan Poe Awards Best TV Episode Teleplay[21]
(for "Pie-lette")
Bryan Fuller Nominated
2008 Ewwy Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Series[22] Anna Friel Nominated
2008 Ewwy Awards Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series[23][24] Chi McBride Nominated
2009 Ewwy Awards Best Comedy Series[25][26] Nominated
2009 Ewwy Awards Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series[25][27] Chi McBride Nominated
2008 Excellence in Production Design Awards Excellence in Production Design
for an Episode Of A Single-Camera TV Series[28]
(for "Pie-lette")
Michael Wylie
William Durrell
Nominated
2009 Excellence in Production Design Awards Excellence in Production Design
for an Episode of a Single-Camera TV Series[29]
(for "Bzzzzzzzzz!")[30]
Michael Wylie
Kenneth J. Creber
Philip Dagort
Jeff Ozimek
Kim Papazian
Halina Siwolop
Nominated
2008 Family Entertainment Awards Outstanding Comedy[31] Won
2007 Family Television Awards Outstanding New Series[32] Won
2008 Gracie Allen Awards Outstanding Comedy[33] Nominated
2008 Hollywood Music Awards Best Original Score - TV[34] Jim Dooley Won
2008 People's Choice Awards Favorite New TV Comedy[35] Nominated
2008 Scream Awards Breakout Performance[36][37] Anna Friel Nominated
2009 Scream Awards Best Fantasy Actress[38] Anna Friel Nominated
2008 Television Critics Association Awards Outstanding New Program[39][40] Nominated
2008 Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects
in a Broadcast Program[41]
(for "Pie-lette")
Craig Weiss
Toni Pace Carstensen
Brian Vogt
Jimmy Berndt
Nominated
2009 Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects
in a Broadcast Program[42]
(for "The Legend of Merle McQuoddy")
William Powloski
Elizabeth Castro
Melanie Tucker
Eric Chauvin
Nominated
2008 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series
by a Young Actor Ten or Under[43]
Field Cate Nominated
2008 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series
by a Guest Starring Young Actor[43]
(for "Corpsicle")
Colby Paul Nominated

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