List of awards and nominations received by Black Mirror

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Awards and nominations received by
Black Mirror
A photograph of Charlie Brooker

Charlie Brooker is the series creator, and has received two awards for his work on Black Mirror.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 21 79
Footnotes

Black Mirror is a British science fiction anthology series created by Charlie Brooker. Premiering on 4 December 2011, the first two series aired on British network Channel 4, as did the special "White Christmas", whereas the following two series were released on the American streaming platform Netflix. There are nineteen episodes in the show's first four series, and an additional interactive film Bandersnatch has also been released. A fifth series has been commissioned.[1] Inspired by The Twilight Zone, each episode of Black Mirror is standalone and explores the common theme of technology and its side-effects.[2]

Black Mirror has received positive reception from critics[a] and has been nominated for seventy-nine awards, winning twenty-one of them. The most acclaimed episodes are "USS Callister", which won four Emmy Awards, and "San Junipero", which won two. As actors rarely appear in more than one episode, the only people to receive two awards for their work on the show are writer Charlie Brooker, production designer Joel Collins and editors Kenny Clark and Michael Maroussas. The series has been nominated for fourteen British Academy Film Awards, winning two, and thirteen Emmy Awards, winning five.

Statistics[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Thirteen of the show's nineteen episodes have received awards or nominations, including those given to specific people for their work on the episode.

Number of awards and nominations by episode
Episode Awards Nominations
"The National Anthem" 0 1
"Fifteen Million Merits" 0 1
"Be Right Back" 0 1
"White Christmas" 0 4
"Nosedive" 0 7
"Playtest" 0 4
"San Junipero" 8 16
"Men Against Fire" 0 2
"USS Callister" 8 24
"Arkangel" 0 1
"Hang the DJ" 0 4
"Metalhead" 1 2
"Black Museum" 0 3

People[edit]

A photograph of Jesse Plemons
Jesse Plemons, appearing in series four episode "USS Callister", has been nominated for an Emmy Award and a Saturn Award.

Eighteen people have received two or more nominations for their work on Black Mirror.

Number of awards and nominations by person
Person Role Awards Nominations
Charlie Brooker Executive producer; writer 3 7
Joel Collins Production designer 2 5
Kenny Clark Sound editor 2 4
Michael Maroussas Dialogue editor 2 3
Tim Cavagin Re-recording mixer 1 2
Annabel Jones Executive producer 1 3
William Bridges Writer 1 2
Tanya Lodge Make-up designer 1 2
Russell McLean Visual effects producer 1 2
John Rodda Sound mixer 1 2
Jesse Plemons Actor 0 3
Bryce Dallas Howard Actor 0 2
Justin Hutchinson-Chatburn Visual effects supervisor 0 2
Seamus McGarvey Director of photography 0 2
Cristin Milioti Actor 0 2
Stephan Pehrsson Director of photography 0 2
Jimmi Simpson Actor 0 2
Letitia Wright Actor 0 2

Art Directors Guild Awards[edit]

The Art Directors Guild present the ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards for American film, television and other media with outstanding production design.[10]

Art Directors Guild Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Excellence in Production Design for a Television Movie or Limited Series Joel Collins, James Foster and Nicholas Palmer (Episodes: "Nosedive", "Playtest", "San Junipero") Nominated [11]
2018 Television Movie or Limited Series Joel Collins (Episode: "USS Callister") Won [12]

BAFTA Awards[edit]

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) was founded in 1947 under the name British Film Academy to recognise excellence in the British film industry. In 1958, they merged with the Guild of Television Producers and Directors, and began to give awards to British television programmes.[13] In 2000, television awards were split into the British Academy Television Awards, given for work in production, and the British Academy Television Craft Awards, presented for technical achievements.[14]

BAFTA Television Awards[edit]

BAFTA Television Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Best Single Drama "Hang the DJ" Nominated [15]
Best Actor Joe Cole (Episode: "Hang the DJ") Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jimmi Simpson (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated

BAFTA Television Craft Awards[edit]

BAFTA Craft Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Best Production Design Joel Collins and Daniel May (Episode: "Fifteen Million Merits") Nominated [16]
2014 Best Single Drama Black Mirror (Episode: "Be Right Back") Nominated [17]
2017 Best Make Up and Hair Design Tanya Lodge (Episode: "San Junipero") Won [18]
Best Special, Visual And Graphic Effects Justin Hutchinson-Chatburn, Framestore, Glassworks, Baseblack (Episode: "Playtest") Nominated
Best Costume Design Susie Coulthard (Episode: "San Junipero") Nominated
Best Photography and Lighting – Fiction Seamus McGarvey (Episode: "Nosedive") Nominated
2018 Sound: Fiction John Rodda, Tim Cavagin, Kenny Clark, Michael Maroussas (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated [19]
Photography & Lighting: Fiction Stephan Pehrsson (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Production Design Joel Collins, Phil Sims (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Special, Visual Effects & Graphics Dneg TV, Jean-clement Soret, Russell McLean, Joel Collins (Episode: "Metalhead") Won
Writer: Drama Charlie Brooker (Episode: "Hang the DJ") Nominated

Black Reel Awards[edit]

Established in 2000 and presented by the Foundation for the Augmentation of African-Americans in Film, the Black Reel Awards are presented for African-American excellence in film and television. Initially limited to Hollywood, awards are now given to worldwide media.[20]

Black Reel Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Outstanding Television Movie or Limited Series Charlie Brooker, Annabel Jones, Ian Hogan, Nick Pitt, Louise Sutton, Sanne Wohlenburg Nominated [21]
Outstanding Actress, TV Movie or Limited Series Georgina Campbell (Episode: "Hang the DJ") Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor, TV Movie or Limited Series Babs Olusanmokun (Episode: "Black Museum") Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress, TV Movie or Limited Series Michaela Coel (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Letitia Wright (Episode: "Black Museum") Nominated

Broadcast Awards[edit]

The Broadcast Awards, associated with the magazine Broadcast, are a series of awards given to British television programmes.[22]

Broadcast Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Best Single Drama "The National Anthem" Nominated [23]
2016 Best Single Drama "White Christmas" Nominated [24]
2018 Best Single Drama "San Junipero" Won [25]

Cinema Audio Society Awards[edit]

These awards are presented by the American Cinema Audio Society for sound mixing in film and television.[26]

Cinema Audio Society Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Movies and Mini-Series Adrian Bell, Martin Jensen, Philip Clements, Rory de Carteret (Episode: "San Junipero") Nominated [27]
2018 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Movie or Mini-Series John Rodda, Tim Cavagin, Dafydd Archard, Will Miller, Nick Baldock and Sophia Hardman (Episode: "USS Callister") Won [28]

Emmy Awards[edit]

Emmy Awards are given by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, an organisation founded in 1946, for television shows broadcast or available for download and streaming in America. The main award is the Primetime Emmy Award, whilst Creative Arts Emmy Awards are given in technical, creative and craft categories, and International Emmy Awards are presented to shows airing outside of the U.S.[29][30][31]

Emmy Awards[edit]

A photograph of Letitia Wright
Letitia Wright, who appeared in series four episode "Black Museum" as Nish, was nominated for an Emmy.
Emmy Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Outstanding Television Movie "San Junipero" Won [32]
Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special Charlie Brooker (Episode: "San Junipero") Won
Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie Seamus McGarvey (Episode: "Nosedive") Nominated [33]
2018 Outstanding Television Movie "USS Callister" Won [34][35]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Jesse Plemons (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special William Bridges and Charlie Brooker (Episode: "USS Callister") Won
Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie Stephan Pehrsson (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special Daniel Pemberton (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie Selina MacArthur (Episode: "USS Callister") Won
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special Kenny Clark, Michael Maroussas, Dario Swade, Ricky Butt and Oliver Ferris (Episode: "USS Callister") Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Letitia Wright (Episode: "Black Museum") Nominated

International Emmy Awards[edit]

International Emmy Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Best TV Movie/Miniseries Black Mirror Won [36]
2015 Best Performance by an Actor Rafe Spall (Episode: "White Christmas") Nominated [37]

Gold Derby Awards[edit]

Gold Derby is an American awards prediction website founded in 2000.[38] The Gold Derby Awards for television began in 2004.[39]

Gold Derby Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Best TV Movie "San Junipero" Won [40][41]
Best Miniseries/TV Movie Actress Bryce Dallas Howard (Episode: "Nosedive") Nominated
Best Miniseries/TV Movie Supporting Actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Episode: "San Junipero") Nominated
2018 Best TV Movie "USS Callister" Won [42][43]
Best Miniseries/TV Movie Actor Jesse Plemons (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Best Miniseries/TV Movie Actress Cristin Milioti (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated
Best Miniseries/TV Movie Supporting Actor Jimmi Simpson (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

The Golden Reel Awards are presented by the Motion Picture Sound Editors, an American organisation founded in 1953. The awards are given for excellence in sound editing.[44]

Golden Reel Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing — Episodic Long Form – Dialogue/ADR Kenny Clark, Michael Maroussas (Episode: "USS Callister") Won [45]
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing — Episodic Long Form – Effects/Foley Kenny Clark (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated

Hugo Awards[edit]

The Hugo Awards are a series of science fiction awards which have been presented by the World Science Fiction Society since 1953.[46] Formats recognised include literature, film and serial works.[47]

Hugo Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form Charlie Brooker, Owen Harris (Episode: "San Junipero") Nominated [48]
2018 Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form William Bridges, Charlie Brooker and Toby Haynes (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated [49]

IGN Awards[edit]

These awards are given by IGN Entertainment, an entertainment media company specialising in video games.[50]

IGN Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Best Streaming Exclusive Black Mirror Nominated [51]
Best TV Episode "San Junipero" Won [52]

Online Film and Television Association Awards[edit]

The Online Film and Television Association is an American organisation which awards excellence in film and television.[53]

Online Film and Television Association Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Best Motion Picture "San Junipero" Won [53]
Best Cinematography in a Non-Series "Nosedive" Nominated
Best Production Design in a Non-Series "San Junipero" Nominated
Best Costume Design in a Non-Series "San Junipero" Nominated
Best Visual Effects in a Non-Series "Men Against Fire" Nominated
"Playtest" Nominated

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Producers Guild of America have held annual awards to recognise American film, television and new media since 1990.[54]

Producers Guild of America Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television Annabel Jones and Charlie Brooker Nominated [55]
2018 David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television Annabel Jones and Charlie Brooker Won [56]

Saturn Awards[edit]

The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films present the Saturn Awards for works of science fiction, fantasy and horror. Since 1973, the awards have been presented to American films, television programmes and other media.[57]

Saturn Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Jesse Plemons (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated [58]
Best New Media Television Series Black Mirror Nominated

Visual Effects Society Awards[edit]

The American Visual Effects Society present the Visual Effects Society Awards to films, television shows, video games and commercials with outstanding visual effects.[59]

Visual Effects Society Awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode Justin Hutchinson-Chatburn, Russell McLean, Grant Walker, Christopher Gray (Episode: "Playtest") Nominated [60]
2018 Outstanding Animated Character in an Episode or Real-Time Project Steven Godfrey, Stafford Lawrence, Andrew Robertson, Lestyn Roberts (Episode: "Metalhead") Nominated [61]

Other awards[edit]

A photograph of Bryce Dallas Howard
Bryce Dallas Howard was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for appearing as the protagonist Lacie Pound in series three episode "Nosedive".
Other awards and nominations received by Black Mirror
Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Golden Rose Comedy Black Mirror Won [62]
2014 Peabody Awards Entertainment Black Mirror Won [63]
2015 RTS Craft & Design Awards Best Sound: Drama Jim Goddard, Stuart Hilliker, Dan Green, Alastair Widgery (Episode: "White Christmas") Nominated [64]
2016 RTS Television Awards Best Single Drama "White Christmas" Nominated [65]
2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries Bryce Dallas Howard (Episode: "Nosedive") Nominated [66]
2017 Satellite Awards Best Television Series – Genre Black Mirror Nominated [67]
2017 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture – Television Rashida Jones and Michael Schur (Episode: "Nosedive") Nominated [68]
2017 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character) "San Junipero" Won [69]
2017 Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Best Special Makeup Effects – Television Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Kristyan Mallett and Tanya Lodge (Episode: "Men Against Fire") Nominated [70]
2017 Dorian Awards TV Drama of the Year Black Mirror Nominated [71]
2017 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best TV Series Black Mirror Nominated [72]
2017 Diversity in Media Awards TV Moment of the Year "San Junipero" Nominated [73]
2018 Costume Designers Guild Awards Excellence in Fantasy Television Series Maja Meschede (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated [74]
2018 Location Managers Guild Awards Outstanding Locations in a Contemporary Television Series Malcolm McCulloch (Episode: "Arkangel") Nominated [75]
2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards Most Frightened Performance Cristin Milioti (Episode: "USS Callister") Nominated [76]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ On Rotten Tomatoes, series 1 received a 97% rating,[3] series 2 received an 86% rating[4] and "White Christmas" received a 93% rating.[5] Series 3 holds an 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes[6] and score of 82 on Metacritic,[7] and series 4 has an 84% Rotten Tomatoes rating[8] and score of 72 on Metacritic.[9]

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