List of awards and nominations received by Weeds

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This is the list of awards and nominations received by the American television series Weeds (2005–2012).

By Awards[edit]

Casting Society of America (CSA)[edit]

  • 2007: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)

Emmy Awards[edit]

  • 2006: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Directing - Comedy Series (Craig Zisk for "Good S*** Lollipop", nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Main Title Design (nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Picture Editing - Single-Camera Comedy Series (for "Good S*** Lollipop", nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Elizabeth Perkins for playing "Celia Hodes", nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker for playing "Nancy Botwin", nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Picture Editing - Single-Camera Comedy Series (for "Mrs. Botwin's Neighborhood", nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Picture Editing - Single-Camera Comedy Series (for "Crush Girl Love Panic", nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Perkins, nominated)
  • 2008: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2008: Outstanding Picture Editing - Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera (for "A Pool and His Money", nominated)
  • 2008: Outstanding Sound Mixing - Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation (for "Go", nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker for playing "Nancy Botwin", nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Elizabeth Perkins for playing "Celia Hodes", nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Cinematography For a Half Hour Series (for "Three Coolers", nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Sound Mixing - Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation (for "No Man is Pudding", won)
  • 2010: Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-Hour Series Michael Trim, won)

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

  • 2007: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2008: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2008: Best Series - Musical or Comedy (nominated)

Image Awards[edit]

  • 2006: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Comedy Series (Romany Malco for playing "Conrad Shepard", nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Comedy Series (Malco, nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Tonye Patano for playing "Heylia James", nominated)

Producers Guild of America (PGA)[edit]

  • 2006: Television Producer of the Year - Episodic Comedy (nominated)

Satellite Awards[edit]

  • 2005: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker for playing "Nancy Botwin", won)
  • 2005: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Elizabeth Perkins for playing "Celia Hodes", nominated)
  • 2006: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2006: Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or TV Film (Perkins, nominated)
  • 2007: Best Series - Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • 2007: Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or TV Film (Justin Kirk for playing "Andy Botwin", nominated)

Screen Actors Guild (SAG)[edit]

  • 2005: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker for playing "Nancy Botwin", nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Cast - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • 2007: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2008: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • 2009: Outstanding Cast - Comedy Series (nominated)

Writers Guild of America (WGA)[edit]

  • 2005: Best Writing - Episodic Comedy (Jenji Kohan for "You Can't Miss the Bear (Pilot)", won)

Young Artist Awards[edit]

  • 2006: Best Supporting Young Actor - Television Series (Alexander Gould for playing "Shane Botwin", won)
  • 2007: Best Supporting Young Actor - Television Series (Gould, nominated)

By year[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Directing - Comedy Series (Craig Zisk for "Good S*** Lollipop", nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Main Title Design (nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Picture Editing - Single-Camera Comedy Series (for "Good S*** Lollipop", nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Elizabeth Perkins for playing "Celia Hodes", nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker, nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Series - Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or TV Film (Justin Kirk for playing "Andy Botwin", nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or TV Film (Perkins, nominated)
  • Image Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Comedy Series (Romany Malco for playing "Conrad Shepard", nominated)
  • Producers Guild of America: Television Producer of the Year - Episodic Comedy (nominated)
  • Satellite Awards: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • Satellite Awards: Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or TV Film (Perkins, nominated)
  • Screen Actors Guild: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • Screen Actors Guild: Outstanding Cast - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Young Artist Awards: Best Supporting Young Actor - Television Series (Alexander Gould, won)

2007[edit]

  • Casting Society of America: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker, nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Picture Editing - Single-Camera Comedy Series (for "Mrs. Botwin's Neighborhood", nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Picture Editing - Single-Camera Comedy Series (for "Crush Girl Love Panic", nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Elizabeth Perkins, nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • Image Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Comedy Series (Romany Malco, nominated)
  • Image Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Tonye Patano for playing "Heylia James", nominated)
  • Satellite Awards: Best Series - Musical or Comedy (nominated)
  • Satellite Awards: Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or TV Film (Justin Kirk for playing "Andy Botwin", nominated)
  • Screen Actors Guild: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • Young Artist Awards: Best Supporting Young Actor - Television Series (Alexander Gould, nominated)

2008[edit]

  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker, nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Picture Editing - Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera (for "A Pool and His Money", nominated)
  • Emmy Awards: Outstanding Sound Mixing - Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation (for "Go", nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • Golden Globe Awards: Best Series - Musical or Comedy (nominated)

2009[edit]

  • Emmy Awards : Outstanding Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker for playing "Nancy Botwin", nominated)
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress - Comedy Series (Elizabeth Perkins for playing "Celia Hodes", nominated)
  • Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Outstanding Cinematography For a Half Hour Series (for "Three Coolers", nominated)
  • Outstanding Sound Mixing - Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation (for "No Man is Pudding", won)
  • Casting Society of America : Outstanding Casting - Comedy Series (nominated)
  • Screen Actors Guild :Outstanding Actress - Comedy Series (Parker, nominated)
  • Outstanding Cast - Comedy Series (nominated)

2010[edit]

  • Emmy Awards : Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-Hour Series Michael Trim, (won)