List of awards and nominations received by The Sopranos

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List of awards and nominations for The Sopranos
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Show star James Gandolfini won and was nominated for numerous awards for his portrayal of series protagonist Tony Soprano.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 60 231
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The Sopranos, an American television drama series that aired on the premium cable network HBO between 1999 and 2007, won and was nominated for a variety of different awards. The show won 21 Emmy Awards in 111 nominations. It was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in every eligible year and won in 2004 (as the first series on a cable network) and 2007. It also won five Golden Globe Awards in 23 nominations, including a win for Best Television Series – Drama for its first season in 2000. The series was honored with two consecutive George Foster Peabody Awards in 2000 and 2001 and also won several major guild awards (Directors,[1] Producers,[2] Writers[3] and Actors[4]) in addition to numerous other awards. Because of the show's long hiatuses between seasons, it was intermittently ineligible for awards.

Lead actor James Gandolfini and lead actress Edie Falco received the most nominations and wins of the show's cast members, including three Emmy wins each in their respective categories; as well as Falco winning two Golden Globe Awards, and Gandolfini winning one. Series creator and showrunner David Chase also received numerous awards for his work on the show as a writer, director and producer, including three Emmy wins for writing.

Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

Two directors of the series—David Chase and John Patterson—have been honored with one Directors Guild of America Award each for their work on the show. In total, the series received 16 nominations.[5][6]

Steve Buscemi, who worked on the show as an actor and director, received one Directors Guild of America Award nomination for directing the season three episode "Pine Barrens".
Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2000 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[7][8] Daniel Attias "46 Long" Nominated
Henry J. Bronchtein "Nobody Knows Anything" Nominated
Allen Coulter "College" Nominated
David Chase "The Sopranos" Won
2001 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[6][9] Henry J. Bronchtein "From Where to Eternity" Nominated
Allen Coulter "The Knight in White Satin Armor" Nominated
John Patterson "Funhouse" Nominated
2002 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[6][10] Steve Buscemi "Pine Barrens" Nominated
2003 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[6][11] John Patterson "Whitecaps" Won
Tim Van Patten "Whoever Did This" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[6][12] John Patterson "All Due Respect" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Long Term Parking"' Nominated
2007 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[6][13] David Nutter "Join the Club" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Members Only" Nominated
2008 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' – Night[14][15] David Chase "Made in America" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Soprano Home Movies" Nominated

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Sopranos received 16 Emmy Award nominations for its first season (four wins), 18 for its second (one win), 22 for its third (four wins), 13 for its fourth (four wins), 20 for its fifth (four wins), seven for the first part of its sixth season (one win) and 15 for the second part (three wins). In total, the show received 111 nominations and won 21 awards. The series was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series in every year it was eligible. It won the award in 2004 for its fifth season as the first cable series to do so and again in 2007 for the second part of its sixth season. It also won the award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series in every year it was nominated except 2000 as well as several acting awards. In addition to its Primetime Emmy Award wins, The Sopranos won three awards in Creative Arts categories.[16]

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category[16] Nominee(s) Episode(s)[A] Result
1999 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series David Chase "The Sopranos" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Allen Coulter, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress and Frank Renzulli "Denial, Anger, Acceptance", "Meadowlands", "College", "Down Neck", "The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti", "Boca", "Nobody Knows Anything" and "I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama series John Heard "Nobody Knows Anything" Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini "The Sopranos"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama series Lorraine Bracco "The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti"[17] Nominated
Edie Falco "College"[17] Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nancy Marchand "The Sopranos" and "46 Long"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "Isabella" Nominated
David Chase "The Sopranos" Nominated
David Chase and James Manos, Jr. "College" Won
Frank Renzulli "Nobody Knows Anything" Nominated
2000 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Allen Coulter "The Knight in White Satin Armor" Nominated
John Patterson "Funhouse" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Martin Bruestle, Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Allen Coulter, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Todd A. Kessler, Ilene S. Landress, Frank Renzulli and Terence Winter "Toodle Fucking-Oo", "Big Girls Don't Cry", "The Happy Wanderer", "D-Girl", "From Where to Eternity", "Bust Out", "The Knight in White Satin Armor" and "Funhouse"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini "The Happy Wanderer"[17] Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco "Big Girls Don't Cry"[17] Nominated
Edie Falco "Full Leather Jacket"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Dominic Chianese "Unknown" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nancy Marchand "Do Not Resuscitate" & "Funhouse" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "The Knight in White Satin Armor" Nominated
David Chase and Todd A. Kessler "Funhouse" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Steve Buscemi "Pine Barrens" Nominated
Allen Coulter "University" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Amour Fou" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Todd A. Kessler, Ilene S. Landress, Frank Renzulli and Terence Winter "Proshai, Livushka", "Employee of the Month", "University", "Second Opinion", "The Telltale Moozadell", "Pine Barrens", "Amour Fou" and "Army of One"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Annabella Sciorra "He Is Risen", "The Telltale Moozadell", "Pine Barrens" and "Amour Fou"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini "Amour Fou"[17] Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco "Employee of the Month"[17] Nominated
Edie Falco "Second Opinion"[17] Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Dominic Chianese "Another Toothpick" and "Second Opinion"[17] Nominated
Michael Imperioli "Fortunate Son" and "Pine Barrens"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Aida Turturro "Proshai, Livushka" and "Employee of the Month"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "Employee of the Month" Won
David Chase and Frank Renzulli "Amour Fou" Nominated
Lawrence Konner "Second Opinion" Nominated
Tim Van Patten and Terence Winter "Pine Barrens" Nominated
2003 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series John Patterson "Whitecaps" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Whoever Did This" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress and Terence Winter "No Show", "The Weight", "Everybody Hurts", "Watching Too Much Television", "Whoever Did This", "The Strong, Silent Type", "Eloise" and "Whitecaps"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini "Whitecaps"[17] Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Edie Falco Won
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Michael Imperioli "Whoever Did This" and "The Strong, Silent Type"[17] Nominated
Joe Pantoliano "Christopher" and "Whoever Did This"[17] Won
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Mitchell Burgess, David Chase and Robin Green "Whitecaps" Won
Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "Whoever Did This" Nominated
Terence Winter "Eloise" Nominated
2004 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Allen Coulter "Irregular Around the Margins" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Long Term Parking" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter "Where's Johnny?" and "All Happy Families..."; "Irregular Around the Margins" and "Unidentified Black Males"; "Cold Cuts" and "Long Term Parking"[17] Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini "Where's Johnny?"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Edie Falco "All Happy Families..."[17] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Steve Buscemi "Rat Pack" and "Marco Polo"[17] Nominated
Michael Imperioli "Irregular Around the Margins" and "Long Term Parking"[17] Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Drea de Matteo Won
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "Irregular Around the Margins" Nominated
Michael Caleo "Where's Johnny?" Nominated
Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter "Unidentified Black Males" Nominated
Terence Winter "Long Term Parking" Won
2006 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series David Nutter "Join the Club" Nominated
Tim Van Patten "Members Only" Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, David Chase, Diane Frolov, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress, Andrew Schneider, Gianna Maria Smart, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter "Members Only" and "Join the Club"; "The Fleshy Part of the Thigh" and "Mr. & Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request..."; "Live Free or Die" and "The Ride"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Michael Imperioli "Luxury Lounge" and "The Ride"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Terence Winter "Members Only" Won
2007 Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Alan Taylor "Kennedy and Heidi" Won
Outstanding Drama Series Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, David Chase, Diane Frolov, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress, Andrew Schneider, Gianna Maria Smart, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter "Soprano Home Movies" and "The Blue Comet"; "Stage 5" and "Kennedy and Heidi"; "The Second Coming" and "Made in America"[17] Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Tim Daly "Walk Like a Man"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini "The Second Coming"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Edie Falco Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Michael Imperioli "Walk Like a Man"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco "The Blue Comet"[17] Nominated
Aida Turturro "Soprano Home Movies"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series David Chase "Made in America" Won
David Chase and Matthew Weiner "Kennedy and Heidi" Nominated
Terence Winter "The Second Coming" Nominated

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category[16] Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result
1999 Outstanding Art Direction for a Series Diann Duthie, Jessica Lanier and Edward Pisoni "The Sopranos" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Series Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken Won
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series Joanna Cappuccilli "The Sopranos" Won
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series William Angarola, Benjamin Beardwood, Zane Bruce, Mark Cleary, Kathryn Dayak, Robert Guastini, Rick Hinson, Anna MacKenzie, Mike Marchain, Cindy Rabideau, Joe Sabella, Ray Spiess, Jr. and Bruce Swanson "I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Ron Evans, Todd Orr, Mathew Price and Adam Sawelson "A Hit Is a Hit" Nominated
2000 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Scott Murphy, Bob Shaw and Janet Shaw "House Arrest" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series Phil Abraham "D-Girl" Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Kevin Faherty, Gail Fitzgibbons, Juliet Polcsa, Lauren Press and Kim Wilcox "Commendatori" Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series William A. Kohout and Mel McKinney "Full Leather Jacket" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series William B. Stich "The Knight in White Satin Armor" Nominated
Sidney Wolinsky "Funhouse" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Kevin Burns, Todd Orr, Tom Perry and Mathew Price "D-Girl" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Scott Murphy, Bob Shaw and Janet Shaw "Amour Fou" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Juliet Polcsa, Lauren Press and Kim Wilcox "Proshai, Livushka" Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Series Kymbra Callaghan and Stephen Kelley "Employee of the Month" (tied with The X-Files episode "Deadalive") Won
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Series Conrad Gonzalez "Pine Barrens" Nominated
Sidney Wolinsky "Employee of the Month" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Kevin Burns, Todd Orr, Mathew Price and Fred Tator "Another Toothpick" Nominated
2003 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series William B. Stich "Whoever Did This" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Kevin Burns, Todd Orr and Matthew Price Nominated
2004 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Scott P. Murphy, Bob Shaw and Janet Shaw "In Camelot", "Cold Cuts" and "The Test Dream" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Sheila Jaffe and Georgianne Walken Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series Phil Abraham "Irregular Around the Margins" Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Lorraine Z. Calvert, Elizabeth Feldbauer, Barbara J. Hause, Juliet Polcsa and Lauren Press "Rat Pack" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Conrad Gonzalez "Irregular Around the Margins" Nominated
William B. Stich "Long Term Parking" Nominated
Sidney Wolinsky "All Happy Families..." Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Kevin Burns, Todd Orr and Mathew Price "Irregular Around the Margins" Nominated
2006 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series Phil Abraham "The Ride" Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Elizabeth Feldbauer, Joseph La Corte and Juliet Polcsa "Mr. & Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request..." Nominated
2007 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series Phil Abraham "Soprano Home Movies" Nominated
Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series William B. Stich Nominated
Lynne M. Whitlock "The Second Coming" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Kevin Burns, Todd Orr and Mathew Price "Stage 5" Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

The Sopranos was nominated for 23 and won five Golden Globe Awards. The show won four of its five awards in 2000 for its first season, when three main cast members were honored and the show won Best Television Series – Drama.[18]

Year Category[18] Nominee Result
2000 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama James Gandolfini Won
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Won
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Nancy Marchand Won
Best Television Series – Drama Won
2001 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama James Gandolfini Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama Nominated
2002 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama James Gandolfini Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama Nominated
2003 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama James Gandolfini Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Edie Falco Won
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Michael Imperioli Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama Nominated
2005 Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Edie Falco Nominated
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Michael Imperioli Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Drea de Matteo Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama Nominated
2007 Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama Edie Falco Nominated
2008 Nominated

Peabody Awards[edit]

The Sopranos was honored with two Peabody Awards: one in 1999 for its first season[19] and one in 2000 for its second season.[20] Upon receiving the award in 2000, it was noted that "Combining drama with comic irony, The Sopranos elevates the mob story from a shop-worn cinematic genre into an unmatched exposition of the moral complexity of modern American life. The Sopranos is original, funny, smart and alive with gritty characters so multi-layered, recognizably and mysteriously human that audiences gossip about them as they would about mutual friends."[21] For its 2000 win, it was stated that "With an authenticity described as 'gritty', 'violent', and 'endearing', this darkly comic drama about a conflicted mob boss makes for mesmerizing television. In doing so, the program has become cable's most watched series ever and gives its creator and co-executive producer David Chase the unparalleled distinction of back-to-back Peabodys for two entertainment programs, The Sopranos this year and last and Northern Exposure in the early 1990s."[22]

Year Result
2000 Won
2001 Won

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The producers of The Sopranos was nominated for six and won three Producers Guild of America Awards.[23] Additionally, David Chase received a Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television in 2009.[24]

Year Category[23] Nominee(s) Result
2000 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic David Chase and Brad Grey Won
2002 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Robin Green, Brad Grey and Terence Winter Nominated
2003 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress and Terence Winter Nominated
2005 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Robin Green, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter Won
2007 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, David Chase, Diane Frolov, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress, Andrew Schneider, Gianna Maria Smart, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter Nominated
2008 Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Henry J. Bronchtein, Martin Bruestle, David Chase, Diane Frolov, Brad Grey, Ilene S. Landress, Andrew Schneider, Gianna Maria Smart, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter Won
2009 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television[24] David Chase Won

Satellite Awards[edit]

The series received 10 Satellite Awards nominations in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Edie Falco won for Best Actress – Television Series, Drama in 2002.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2000 Best Actor – Television Series, Drama[25] James Gandolfini Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series, Drama[25] Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama[25] Nominated
2001 Best Actor – Television Series, Drama[26] James Gandolfini Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series, Drama[26] Edie Falco Nominated
Best Television Series – Drama[26] Nominated
2002 Best Actor – Television Series, Drama[27] James Gandolfini Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series, Drama[27] Edie Falco Won
Best Television Series – Drama[27] Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

James Gandolfini and Edie Falco have been honored three times each at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The entire cast have also won for best performance by an ensemble in a drama series twice. In total, the series received 26 nominations and won eight awards.[28]

Edie Falco, who plays Carmela Soprano on the show, won three Screen Actors Guild Awards in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series.
Lorraine Bracco received three individual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations for playing Dr. Jennifer Melfi.
Year Category[28] Nominee(s) Result
2000 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Won
Nancy Marchand Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco, Dominic Chianese, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Nancy Marchand, Vincent Pastore, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico and Steven Van Zandt Won
2001 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Edie Falco Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco, Dominic Chianese, Drea de Matteo, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Nancy Marchand, Vincent Pastore, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico, Aida Turturro and Steven Van Zandt Nominated
2002 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco, Federico Castelluccio, Dominic Chianese, Drea de Matteo, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Joe Pantoliano, Steve Schirripa, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico, Aida Turturro, Steven Van Zandt and John Ventimiglia Nominated
2003 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco Nominated
Edie Falco Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco, Federico Castelluccio, Dominic Chianese, Vincent Curatola, Drea de Matteo, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Joe Pantoliano, Steve Schirripa, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico, Aida Turturro, Steven Van Zandt and John Ventimiglia Nominated
2005 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Drea de Matteo Nominated
Edie Falco Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Lorraine Bracco, Steve Buscemi, Dominic Chianese, Vincent Curatola, Drea de Matteo, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Steve Schirripa, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico, Aida Turturro, Steven Van Zandt and John Ventimiglia Nominated
2007 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Edie Falco Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Sharon Angela, Lorraine Bracco, Max Casella, Dominic Chianese, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Joseph R. Gannascoli, Dan Grimaldi, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Steve Schirripa, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico, Aida Turturro, Maureen Van Zandt, Steven Van Zandt and Frank Vincent Nominated
2008 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Edie Falco Won
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series James Gandolfini Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Gregory Antonacci, Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco, James Gandolfini, Dan Grimaldi, Robert Iler, Michael Imperioli, Arthur J. Nascarella, Steve Schirripa, Matt Servitto, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Tony Sirico, Aida Turturro, Steven Van Zandt and Frank Vincent Won

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

The show was nominated for 24 and won 12 Television Critics Association Awards, including four wins for Outstanding Achievement in Drama and two for Program of the Year.[29]

Year Category[29] Nominee(s) Result
1999 Individual Achievement in Drama David Chase Nominated
James Gandolfini (tied with David E. Kelley) Won
New Program of the Year Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Won
Program of the Year Won
2000 Individual Achievement in Drama James Gandolfini Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
Program of the Year Nominated
2001 Individual Achievement in Drama Edie Falco Nominated
James Gandolfini Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama
Tied with The West Wing.
Won
Program of the Year Won
2003 Individual Achievement in Drama Edie Falco Won
James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
2004 Individual Achievement in Drama Edie Falco Nominated
James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Won
Program of the Year Nominated
2006 Individual Achievement in Drama James Gandolfini Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
Program of the Year Nominated
2007 Heritage Award Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Won

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Sopranos received 11 nominations for Writers Guild of America Awards in two categories and won four.[30] David Chase also received a Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television for his lifetime contributions to television in 2008.[31]

Year Category[30] Nominee(s) Episode Result
2000 Episodic Drama Jason Cahill "Meadowlands" Won
2001 Episodic Drama Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "The Knight in White Satin Armor" Nominated
Terence Winter "Big Girls Don't Cry" Nominated
2002 Episodic Drama Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "Employee of the Month" Nominated
David Chase "Proshai, Livushka" Nominated
Tim Van Patten and Terence Winter "Pine Barrens" Won
2003 Episodic Drama Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green "Whoever Did This" Nominated
2005 Episodic Drama Terence Winter "Long Term Parking" Nominated
2007 Dramatic Series Mitchell Burgess, David Chase, Diane Frolov, Robin Green, Andrew Schneider, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter Won
2008 Dramatic Series David Chase, Diane Frolov, Andrew Schneider, Matthew Weiner and Terence Winter Nominated
Episodic Drama Terence Winter "The Second Coming" Won
2008 Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television[31] David Chase Won

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ For Emmy voting, actors and actresses in a leading or supporting role submit one sample episode for consideration in their respective categories (this was two episodes for supporting actors and actresses before 2007). These sample episodes are judged by a peer group of 50–75 actors. For consideration in series, producers submit a number of episodes in pairings that are randomly sent to 750–900 members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for voting. This was previously eight episodes in four pairings but was changed to six episodes in three pairings in 2004. When the sample episodes the actors and producers of The Sopranos submitted for consideration are known, they are listed.[32]

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