List of awards and nominations received by Sex and the City

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This is a list of awards won by the television series Sex and the City. Over its course of six seasons, "Sex and the City" was nominated for over 50 Emmy Awards, winning seven of them. Among the Emmys the show won were two for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series (Jennifer McNamara), one for its Costumes, a trophy for Outstanding Comedy Series for its third season in 2001, Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series in 2002 for the episode "The Real Me", and for its final season in 2004, Emmys for Sarah Jessica Parker (Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the episode "An American Girl in Paris, Part Deux"), and Cynthia Nixon (Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for the episodes "One" and "Ick Factor"). It has also been nominated for 24 Golden Globe Awards, and won 8. Its wins included Best TV Series — Musical or Comedy, and Best Actress in a TV SeriesMusical or Comedy, (Sarah Jessica Parker) for three consecutive years from 2000 – 2002, Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series, or Movie for Kim Cattrall, and another one for Parker.

1999[edit]

  • CINE Gold Eagle Film and Video Competition
CINE Golden Eagle Award - Episode: "They Shoot Single People Don't They?"
The Bronze Plaque
  • New York Festivals - Television Programming and Promotion Competition
Silver World Medal: Situation Comedy - Episode: "They Shoot Single People, Don't They?"
Lucy Award (1999)in recognition of excellence and innovation in the show that has enhanced the perception of women through the medium of television.[1]
  • WorldFest - Houston International Film Festival
Gold Award in the Television & Cable Production: TV Series: Comedy Division - Episode: "Secret Sex"

2000[edit]

  • Gracie Allen Awards: American Women in Radio and Television
Gracie Allen Award - Episode: "Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women"
  • CINE Golden Eagle Awards
Golden Eagle Award - Episode: "Ex and the City"
  • Columbus International Film & Video Festival
Honorable Mention
Best Television Series: Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series: Musical or Comedy - Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Media Project SHINE Awards
Scene Stealer

2001[edit]

  • Gracie Allen Award
American Women in Radio and Television - Episode: "Attack of the 5'10" Woman"
  • Columbus International Film & Video Festival
Honorable Mention - Costume Designers Guild
Excellence in Costume Design Contemporary for Television - Patricia Field
Outstanding Comedy Series
  • Entertainment Industries Council Prism Awards
Prism Award for Television, Series Comedy Storyline - Episode: "Quitting Smoking"
Commendation - Sex and the City: "What Goes Around Comes Around"
  • Golden Globe Awards
Best Television Series: Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series- Musical or Comedy - Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Golden Satellite Awards
Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical
  • Makeup Artist & Hairstylist Guild Awards
Best Contemporary Makeup for Television (for a single episode of a Regular Series, Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) - Judy Chin; Episode: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
Best Contemporary Hair Styling - Television (for a single episode of a Regular Series, Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) - Michelle Johnson; Episode: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
  • National Council on Family Relations Media Awards
First Place, STD/AIDS - Episode: "Running with Scissors"
  • Producers Guild Golden Laurel Awards (PGA)
Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award - Episodic TV Comedy
Outstanding Performance By An Actress in a Comedy Series - Sarah Jessica Parker
  • TV Cares
Ribbon of Hope Award
  • Women's Image Network (WIN) Awards
Women's Image Network (WIN) Award - TV Series Actress - Cynthia Nixon; Episode: "My Motherboard, My Self"
Preceded by
Will & Grace
Emmy Award - Outstanding Comedy Series
2001
Succeeded by
Friends

2002[edit]

  • ACE Eddie Awards
Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television - Michael Berenbaum, "The Real Me"
  • CINE Golden Eagle Film and Video Competition
CINE Golden Eagle Award - Episode: "Easy Come, Easy Go"
Honorable Mention
  • Primetime Emmy Awards
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series - Episode: The Real Me; Michael Patrick King
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series - Jennifer McNamara
Outstanding Costumes for a Comedy Series - Episode: "Defining Moments" (Patricia Field, Rebecca Weinberg)
  • Golden Globe Awards
Best Television Series: Musical or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series: Musical or Comedy - Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Golden Satellite Awards
Best Television Series: Comedy or Musical
  • Gracie Allen Award: American Women in Radio and Television
Outstanding Comedy Series
  • Monte Carlo Television Festival
Golden Nymph Award: Outstanding Producer of the Year, Comedy
Outstanding Actress of the Year - Sarah Jessica Parker
  • New York Festivals
Gold WorldMedal: Situation Comedy - Episode: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
  • Producers Guild Golden Laurel Awards (PGA)
Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television, Comedy - Michael Patrick King, Cindy Chupack, John P. Melfi & Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG)
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble In a Comedy Series - Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker
Comedy Episode - Episode "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda"
TV Comedy Series Actress - Cynthia Nixon, Episode: "My Motherboard, My Self"

2003[edit]

  • American Cinema Editors ACE Eddie Awards
Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television - Episode: "Luck Be An Old Lady"; Wendey Stanzler, A.C.E.
  • American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT)
Gracie Allen Award
National/Network/Syndication Award Winners Entertainment Program/Comedy
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series - Casting: Jennifer McNamara
  • Golden Globe Awards
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made For Television - Kim Cattrall
  • Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards
Best Contemporary Hairstyling for a Television Series - Wayne Herndon, Donna Fischetto, Suzana Neziri
  • Utku TV Awards
Best Performance by an Actress-Sarah Jessica Parker

2004[edit]

  • Primetime Emmy Awards
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series - Sarah Jessica Parker
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - Cynthia Nixon
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG)
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble In a Comedy Series - Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Golden Globe Awards
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series -Comedy or Musical - Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Gracie Allen Award
Individual Achievement for Best Female Lead - Comedy - Sarah Jessica Parker
Outstanding Entertainment Program - Comedy
Outstanding Comedy Series

By award[edit]

Wins and nominations

Costume Designers Guild (CDG)[edit]

  • 1999: Best Costume Design - Contemporary TV Series (Patricia Field, won)
  • 2000: Best Costume Design - Contemporary TV Series (Patricia Field, won)
  • 2001: Best Costume Design - Contemporary TV Series (Patricia Field, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Costume Design - Contemporary TV Series (Patricia Field, nominated)
  • 2003: Best Costume Design - Contemporary TV Series (Patricia Field, won)
  • 2004: Best Costume Design - Contemporary TV Series (Patricia Field, won)
4 wins and 2 nominations

Directors Guild of America[edit]

  • 1999: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Victoria Hochberg for "The Man, the Myth, the Viagra", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Allen Coulter for "Cockadoodle-do", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Allen Coulter for "Defining Moments", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Engler for "My Motherboard, My Self", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "The Real Me", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "Plus One is the Loneliest Number", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Timothy Van Patten for "Boy Interrupted", won)
  • 2003: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Engler for "Hop, Skip & a Week", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "Great Sexpectations", nominated)
  • 2004: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Timothy Van Patten for "An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux", won)
2 wins and 8 nominations

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

  • 1998: Best Actress - Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker for playing "Carrie Bradshaw", nominated)
  • 1998: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 1999: Best Actress - Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker, nominated)
  • 1999: Best Art Direction - Single Camera Series (for "They Shoot Single People, Don't They?", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 1999: Best Costumes (for "La Douleur Exquise!", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 1999: Best Sound Mixing - Comedy Series or Special (for "Ex and the City", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Kim Cattrall for playing "Samantha Jones", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Cindy Chupack for "Evolution", nominated)
  • 1999: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "Ex and the City", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Actress - Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker, nominated)
  • 2000: Best Art Direction - Single Camera Series (for "Where There's Smoke", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2000: Best Costumes (for "Sex And Another City", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Charles McDougall for "Easy Come, Easy Go", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Hairstyling (for "All or Nothing", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Makeup (for "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", nominated)
  • 2000: Best Series - Comedy (won)
  • 2000: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Kim Cattrall, nominated)
  • 2000: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "Easy Come, Easy Go", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Actress - Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Casting - Comedy Series (won)
  • 2001: Best Costumes (for "Defining Moments", won)
  • 2001: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "The Real Me", won)
  • 2001: Best Guest Actress - Comedy Series (Frances Sternhagen, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Hairstyling (for "Ghost Town", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 2001: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Kim Cattrall, nominated)
  • 2001: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Cynthia Nixon for playing "Miranda Hobbes", nominated)
  • 2001: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky for "My Motherboard, My Self", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Actress - Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Art Direction - Single Camera Series (for "Plus One Is The Loneliest Number", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Casting - Comedy Series (won)
  • 2002: Best Costumes (for " I Love a Charade", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Michael Engler for "I Love a Charade", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Hairstyling (for "Plus One Is The Loneliest Number", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Makeup - Non-Prosthetic (for "Plus One is the Loneliest Number", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Single Camera Picture Editing - Comedy Series (for "Anchors Away", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Single Camera Picture Editing - Comedy Series (for "Luck Be an Old Lady", nominated)
  • 2002: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Kim Cattrall, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Cynthia Nixon, nominated)
  • 2002: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Cindy Chupack and Michael Patrick King for "I Love a Charade", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Actress - Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker, won)
  • 2003: Best Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2003: Best Costumes (for "An American Girl in Paris - Part Deux", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Directing - Comedy Series (Timothy Van Patten for "An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 2003: Best Single Camera Picture Editing - Comedy Series (for "An American Girl In Paris: Part Une & Part Deux", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Kim Cattrall, nominated)
  • 2003: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Kristin Davis for playing "Charlotte York", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Cynthia Nixon, won)
  • 2003: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Michael Patrick King for "An American Girl In Paris: Part Deux", nominated)
  • 2003: Best Writing - Comedy Series (Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky for "The Ick Factor", nominated)
7 wins and 47 nominations

GLAAD Media Awards[edit]

  • 2000: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 2002: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 2003: Best Series - Comedy (nominated)
  • 2004: Best Series - Comedy (won)
1 win, 3 nominations

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result
1998 Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
1999 Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Won
Best Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Chris Noth Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Kim Cattrall Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Cynthia Nixon Nominated
2000 Best Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Won
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Kim Cattrall Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Cynthia Nixon Nominated
2001 Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Won
Best Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film John Corbett Nominated
2002 Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Kim Cattrall Won
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Cynthia Nixon Nominated
2003 Best Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated
Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Won
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Kim Cattrall Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Kristin Davis Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Cynthia Nixon Nominated
2004 Best Actress – Musical or Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
Best Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated
8 wins and 16 nominations

Producers Guild of America (PGA)[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 Best TV Producer - Episodic Comedy Jenny Bicks/Michael Patrick King/John P. Melfi/Darren Star Won
2001 Best TV Producer - Episodic Comedy Cindy Chupack/Michael Patrick King/John P. Melfi/Sarah Jessica Parker Won
2002 Best TV Producer - Episodic Comedy Cindy Chupack/Michael Patrick King/John P. Melfi/Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
2003 Best TV Producer - Episodic Comedy Jenny Bicks/Cindy Chupack/Michael Patrick King/John P. Melfi/Sarah Jessica Parker/Jane Raab Won
2004 Best TV Producer - Episodic Comedy Nominated
3 wins and 2 nominations

Screen Actors Guild[edit]

Year Category Recipients and nominees Episode Result
1999 Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
2000 Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Won
Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series Nominated
2001 Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy Series Kim Cattrall Nominated
Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series Won
2002 Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy Series Kim Cattrall Nominated
Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series Nominated
2003 Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series Won
2004 Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy Series Sarah Jessica Parker Nominated
Outstanding Cast – Comedy Series Nominated
3 wins and 8 nominations

Writers Guild of America (WGA)[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
1999 Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Jenny Bicks "Four Women and a Funeral" Nominated
Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Cindy Chupack "Evolution" Nominated
2000 Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Cindy Chupack "Attack of the 5'10" Woman" Nominated
Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Michael Patrick King "Ex and the City" Nominated
2001 Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Cindy Chupack "Just Say Yes" Nominated
Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky "My Motherboard, My Self" Nominated
2002 Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Cindy Chupack "Plus One is the Loneliest Number" Nominated
Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Michael Patrick King "I Heart NY" Nominated
Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky "Change of a Dress" Nominated
2003 Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Jenny Bicks "A Woman's Right to Shoes" Nominated
2004 Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Jenny Bicks and Cindy Chupack "Splat!" Nominated
Best Writing - Episodic Comedy Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky "The Ick Factor" Nominated

Women's Image Network (WIN) Award[edit]

Year Category Winner Episode Result

References[edit]