List of awards and nominations received by Friends

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Awards and nominations received by Friends
The word "Friends" with colored dots between each letter
Totals[a]
Wins64
Nominations255
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Friends is an American television sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman for NBC. Starring Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay, Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani, Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing, and David Schwimmer as Ross Geller, it premiered on September 22, 1994, as part of NBC's Must See TV lineup.[1][2] Its finale aired on May 6, 2004, after ten seasons and 236 episodes.[3][4] The show follows the characters' personal and professional lives in New York City; according to Crane and Kauffman's original pitch, the show "is about friendship because when you're single and in the city, your friends are your family".[5] Friends became a massive success both during and after its run,[6] and it has frequently been named one of the greatest television shows of all time.[7]

The series has been recognized with numerous accolades, including six Primetime Emmy Awards from sixty-two nominations.[a] At the 54th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2002, Friends won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series for its eighth season, which coincided with the year the show was the most-watched program in the United States;[11] it received five additional nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series during its run. The main cast members all submitted themselves for supporting acting nominations at the Emmys until 2002, when they submitted themselves for lead acting.[12][13] Kudrow won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at the 50th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1998, while Aniston won for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2002; LeBlanc, Perry, and Schwimmer also received Emmy nominations for their performances. Michael Lembeck won an Emmy for directing "The One After the Superbowl", and Bruce Willis and Christina Applegate won Emmys for their guest performances.

Friends was also recognized by many guilds and critics' associations. It won two Screen Actors Guild Awards – one for its ensemble and one for Kudrow – from fourteen nominations. Additionally, it received nominations for a Directors Guild of America Award, two Producers Guild of America Awards, and two Writers Guild of America Awards. The show was nominated for ten Golden Globe Awards and nine Satellite Awards, winning one of each for Aniston's and Kudrow's performances, respectively. It was nominated for six Television Critics Association Awards before receiving the TCA Heritage Award in 2018. The show also saw large success from awards selected by the public, winning ten People's Choice Awards and twelve Teen Choice Awards. Internationally, the series won a British Academy Television Award and three Logie Awards and earned nominations for two Banff Rockie Awards, a British Comedy Award, and eight National Television Awards.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards and nominations received by Friends
Award Year[b] Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
American Comedy Awards 1996 Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated [14]
Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a Television Series Matthew Perry Nominated
David Schwimmer Nominated
1997 Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated [15]
Funniest Female Guest Performer in a Television Series Brooke Shields Nominated
1999 Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated [16]
Courteney Cox Nominated
Lisa Kudrow Nominated
2000 Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Lisa Kudrow Won [17]
2001 Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated [18]
Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Funniest Female Guest Appearance in a Television Series Reese Witherspoon Nominated
Funniest Male Guest Appearance in a Television Series Bruce Willis Nominated
Art Directors Guild Awards 2003 Episode of a Multi-Camera Television Series John Shaffner and Joe Stewart (for "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated [19]
Artios Awards 1995 Outstanding Achievement in Pilot Casting Ellie Kanner Nominated [20]
1996 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Episodic Casting Leslie Litt Nominated [21]
1999 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Episodic Casting Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller Nominated [22]
2001 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Episodic Casting Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller Nominated [23]
2002 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Episodic Casting Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller Nominated [24]
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 1995 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [25]
1996 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [26]
1997 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [27]
1998 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [28]
1999 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [29]
2000 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [30]
2001 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [31]
2002 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [32]
2003 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [33]
2004 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [34]
2005 Top Television Series Michael Skloff Won[c] [35]
Banff Rockie Awards 1996 Best Comedy Friends (for "The One with the Prom Video") Nominated [36]
2001 Best Comedy Friends (for "The One Where They All Turn Thirty") Nominated [37]
BMI Film & TV Awards 1996 BMI TV Music Award Danny Wilde and Allee Willis Won[c] [38]
1997 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [39]
1998 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [40]
1999 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [41]
2000 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [42]
2001 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [43]
2002 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [44]
2003 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [45]
2004 BMI TV Music Award Allee Willis Won[c] [46]
British Academy Television Awards 1998 Best International Programme Friends Won [47]
British Comedy Awards 2003 Best International Comedy Show Friends Nominated [48]
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2016 Most Bingeworthy Show[d] Friends Nominated [49]
Directors Guild of America Awards 1996 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series James Burrows (for "The One with the Birth")[Nom 1] Nominated [50]
GLAAD Media Awards 1995 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends Won[e] [51]
1996 Outstanding Television Series Friends Nominated [52]
1997 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends Nominated [53]
Golden Globe Awards 1996 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Friends Nominated [54]
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Movie Made for Television Lisa Kudrow Nominated
1997 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Friends Nominated [55]
1998 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Friends Nominated [56]
2002 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Friends Nominated [57]
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Movie Jennifer Aniston Nominated
2003 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Friends Nominated [58]
Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Jennifer Aniston Won
Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2004 Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Matt LeBlanc Nominated [59]
Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards 2021 Best Streaming Sketch Series, Variety Series, Talk Show, or Comedy/Variety Special Friends: The Reunion Nominated [60]
Logie Awards 2003 Most Popular Overseas Program Friends Won [61]
2004 Most Popular Overseas Comedy Friends Won [62]
Most Popular Overseas TV Star Jennifer Aniston Won
2005 Most Popular Overseas Program Friends Nominated [63]
Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards 2001 Best Contemporary Makeup – TV Series Episode Robin Siegel, Beth Katz, Anne Sweeting, and Kevin Haney (for "The One That Could Have Been") Nominated [64]
2002 Best Contemporary Makeup for a Television Series Robin Siegel, Beth Katz, and Sheree Morgan (for "The One with the Halloween Party") Nominated [65]
National Television Awards 1997 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [66]
1998 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [67]
1999 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [68]
2000 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [69]
2001 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [70]
2002 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [71]
2003 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [72]
2004 Most Popular Comedy Programme Friends Nominated [73]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 1996 Favorite Animal Star Marcel the monkey Nominated [74]
1997 Favorite TV Actress Jennifer Aniston Nominated [75]
Courteney Cox Nominated
1999 Favorite TV Actress Jennifer Aniston Nominated [76]
2000 Favorite TV Friends Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow Nominated [77]
2001 Favorite TV Show Friends Nominated [78]
2002 Favorite TV Show Friends Nominated [79]
Favorite TV Actress Jennifer Aniston Nominated
Favorite TV Actor Matt LeBlanc Nominated
Matthew Perry Nominated
2003 Favorite TV Show Friends Nominated [80]
Favorite TV Actress Jennifer Aniston Nominated
2004 Favorite TV Show Friends Nominated [81]
Favorite TV Actress Jennifer Aniston Nominated
People's Choice Awards 1995 Favorite New Television Comedy Series Friends Won[f] [82]
Favorite Female Television Performer in a New Series Courteney Cox Nominated
1996 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Nominated [83]
1997 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Nominated [84]
1999 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Nominated [85]
2000 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Won [86]
Favorite Female Television Performer Jennifer Aniston Nominated
2001 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Won [87]
Favorite Female Television Performer Jennifer Aniston Won
2002 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Won [88]
Favorite Female Television Performer Jennifer Aniston Won
2003 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Won [89]
Favorite Female Television Performer Jennifer Aniston Won
Favorite Male Television Performer Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2004 Favorite Television Comedy Series Friends Won [90]
Favorite Female Television Performer Jennifer Aniston Won
Primetime Emmy Awards 1995 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends[Nom 2] Nominated [91]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series David Schwimmer Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series James Burrows (for "The One with the Blackout") Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Jeff Greenstein and Jeff Strauss (for "The One Where Underdog Gets Away") Nominated
1996 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends[Nom 3] Nominated [92]
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series Michael Lembeck (for "The One After the Superbowl, Part 1 & 2") Won
1997 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated [93]
1998 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Won [94]
1999 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends[Nom 4] Nominated [95]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Michael Lembeck (for "The One Where Everybody Finds Out") Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Alexa Junge (for "The One Where Everybody Finds Out") Nominated
2000 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends[Nom 5] Nominated [96]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated
Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Michael Lembeck (for "The One That Could Have Been, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated
2001 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated [97]
Lisa Kudrow Nominated
2002 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends[Nom 6] Won [98]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Matt LeBlanc Nominated
Matthew Perry Nominated
2003 Outstanding Comedy Series Friends[Nom 7] Nominated [99]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2004 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated [100]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2021 Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) Friends: The Reunion[Nom 8] Nominated [101]
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards 1995 Outstanding Art Direction for a Series John Shaffner and Greg Grande (for "The One Where Rachel Finds Out") Nominated [91]
Outstanding Editing for a Series – Multi-Camera Production Andy Zall (for "The One with Two Parts, Part 2") Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Christina Pickles (for "The One Where Nana Dies Twice") Nominated
Outstanding Main Title Theme Music Michael Skloff and Allee Willis Nominated
1996 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Marlo Thomas (for "The One with the Lesbian Wedding") Nominated [92]
1999 Outstanding Costume Design for a Series Debra McGuire (for "The One with All the Thanksgivings") Nominated [95]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Charlie McDaniel III, Kathy Oldham, and John Bickelhaupt (for "The One with All the Thanksgivings") Nominated
2000 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Tom Selleck Nominated [102]
Bruce Willis Won
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Stephen Prime (for "The One with the Proposal, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Dana Mark McClure, Charlie McDaniel III, John Bickelhaupt, and Kathy Oldham (for "The One After Vegas") Nominated
2001 Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, and Greg Grande (for "The One with Monica and Chandler's Wedding") Nominated [97]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Susan Sarandon Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Gary Oldman Nominated
2002 Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, and Greg Grande (for "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated [98]
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Nick McLean (for "The One with the Rumor") Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Brad Pitt Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Stephen Prime (for "The One with the Rumor") Nominated
Kenny Tintorri (for "The One with the Halloween Party") Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Dana Mark McClure, Charlie McDaniel III, Kathy Oldham, and John Bickelhaupt (for "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated
2003 Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, and Greg Grande (for "The One in Barbados, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated [99]
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series Leslie Litt and Barbara Miller Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Nick McLean (for "The One in Barbados") Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Christina Applegate Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Hank Azaria Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Stephen Prime (for "The One in Barbados") Nominated
Kenny Tintorri (for "The One with Ross's Inappropriate Song") Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or Special Charlie McDaniel III, Dana Mark McClure, and John Bickelhaupt (for "The One in Barbados, Parts 1 & 2") Nominated
2004 Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Nick McLean (for "The One with Phoebe's Wedding") Nominated [100]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Christina Applegate Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Danny DeVito Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special Sven Nilsson, Stephen Prime, Todd Felker, and Kenny Tintorri (for Friends: The One Before the Last One – 10 Years of Friends) Nominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Stephen Prime (for "The Last One") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special Charlie McDaniel III, John Bickelhaupt, and Dana Mark McClure (for "The Last One, Part 1 & 2") Nominated
2021 Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special Ben Winston (for Friends: The Reunion) Nominated [101]
Outstanding Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for a Variety Special Noah Mitz, Madigan Stehly, Russell Fine, Lynn Costa, and Patrick Boozer (for Friends: The Reunion) Nominated
Outstanding Production Design for a Variety Special John Shaffner, Greg Grande, and Daren Janes (for Friends: The Reunion) Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards 2001 Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television, Comedy Friends[Nom 9] Nominated [103]
2002 Danny Thomas Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television, Comedy Friends[Nom 10] Nominated [104]
Publicists Guild Awards 1996 Maxwell Weinberg Publicists Showmanship Award – Television NBC and Warner Bros. Publicity Departments Won [105]
Satellite Awards 2000 Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Jennifer Aniston Nominated [106]
2001 Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical Friends Nominated [107]
Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Lisa Kudrow Won
2002 Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical Friends Nominated [108]
Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Lisa Kudrow Nominated
2003 Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical Friends Nominated [109]
Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Jennifer Aniston Nominated
Best Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2004 Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Comedy or Musical Matt LeBlanc Nominated [110]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 1996 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Won [111]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated
1999 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Nominated [112]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated
2000 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Nominated [113]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Won
2001 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Nominated [114]
2002 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Nominated [115]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated
2003 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Nominated [116]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2004 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Friends[Nom 11] Nominated [117]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Teen Choice Awards 1999 Choice Comedy – TV Friends Won [118]
2000 Choice Comedy – TV Friends Won [119]
2001 Choice Comedy – TV Friends Won [120]
2002 Choice TV Show – Comedy Friends Won [121]
Choice TV Actress – Comedy Jennifer Aniston Won
Courteney Cox Nominated
Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Choice TV Actor – Comedy Matt LeBlanc Won
2003 Choice TV Show – Comedy Friends Won [122]
Choice TV Actress – Comedy Jennifer Aniston Won
Courteney Cox Nominated
Choice TV Actor – Comedy Matt LeBlanc Nominated
Choice Breakout TV Star – Female Aisha Tyler Nominated
2004 Choice TV Show – Comedy Friends Won [123]
Choice TV Actress – Comedy Jennifer Aniston Won
Choice TV Actor – Comedy Matt LeBlanc Nominated
Matthew Perry Nominated
2018 Choice Throwback TV Show Friends Won [124]
2019 Choice Throwback TV Show Friends Won [125]
Television Critics Association Awards 1995 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Friends Nominated [126]
1999 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Friends Nominated [127]
2002 Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Friends Nominated [128]
Individual Achievement in Comedy Matt LeBlanc Nominated
2004 Heritage Award Friends Nominated [129]
2015 Heritage Award Friends Nominated [130]
2018 Heritage Award Friends Won [131]
TV Guide Awards 1999 Favorite Comedy Series Friends Nominated [132]
2000 Favorite Comedy Series Friends Nominated [133]
Favorite Actress in a Comedy Lisa Kudrow Nominated
Editor's Award Cast of Friends Won
2001 Comedy Series of the Year Friends Nominated [134][g]
Actress of the Year in a Comedy Series Jennifer Aniston Shortlisted
Courteney Cox Shortlisted
Lisa Kudrow Shortlisted
Actor of the Year in a Comedy Series Matt LeBlanc Shortlisted
Matthew Perry Shortlisted
David Schwimmer Shortlisted
TV Land Awards 2005 The Most Happenin' Greasy Spoon or Hangout Central Perk Nominated [136]
2006 Most Memorable Kiss Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) and Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) Nominated [137]
Most Wonderful Wedding Monica Geller (Courteney Cox) and Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) Nominated [138]
2007 Break Up That Was So Bad It Was Good Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) and Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) Nominated [139]
Fake Product You Want to Buy The Man Bag Nominated [140]
Series Finale You Had a Party to Watch Friends Nominated
2008 Best Hang Out Central Perk Nominated [141]
Neighbor You Try to Avoid Ugly Naked Guy Nominated [142]
TV Quick Awards 1999 Best Television Import Friends Won [143]
2000 Best Television Import Friends Won [144]
2001 Best Comedy Show Friends Nominated [145]
2002 Best Comedy Show Friends Nominated [146]
2004 Best Comedy Show Friends Won [147]
Viewers for Quality Television Awards 1995 Best Quality Comedy Friends Nominated [148]
Best Supporting Actor, Comedy David Schwimmer Nominated
1996 Best Quality Comedy Friends Nominated [149]
Best Supporting Actress, Comedy Lisa Kudrow Nominated
2000 Best Quality Comedy Friends Nominated [150]
Writers Guild of America Awards 1996 Television: Episodic Comedy Jeff Greenstein and Jeff Strauss (for "The One Where Underdog Gets Away") Nominated [151]
2000 Television: Episodic Comedy Alexa Junge (for "The One Where Everybody Finds Out") Nominated [152]
Young Artist Awards 2000 Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series – Guest Starring Young Performer Matt Weinberg Nominated [153]

Total nominations and awards for the cast[edit]

Awards and nominations received by cast members for Friends
Actor Character Nominations[h] Wins[h]
Jennifer Aniston Rachel Green 29 10
Lisa Kudrow Phoebe Buffay 22 4
Matt LeBlanc Joey Tribbiani 15 1
Courteney Cox Monica Geller 6 0
Matthew Perry Chandler Bing 5 0
David Schwimmer Ross Geller 4 0
Christina Applegate Amy Green 2 1
Bruce Willis Paul Stevens 2 1
Hank Azaria David 1 0
Danny DeVito Roy 1 0
Gary Oldman Richard Crosby 1 0
Christina Pickles Judy Geller 1 0
Brad Pitt Will Colbert 1 0
Susan Sarandon Cecilia Monroe 1 0
Tom Selleck Richard Burke 1 0
Brooke Shields Erika Ford 1 0
Marlo Thomas Sandra Green 1 0
Aisha Tyler Charlie Wheeler 1 0
Reese Witherspoon Jill Green 1 0

Notes[edit]

Nominees for awards[edit]

  1. ^ Additional nominees: Steven Pomeroy (unit production manager/first assistant director); Joel M. Wang (second assistant director); Jeffrey A. Wheat (technical coordinator)
  2. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, and David Crane (executive producers); Jeff Greenstein and Jeff Strauss (supervising producers); Todd Stevens (producer)
  3. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, and David Crane (executive producers); Michael Borkow (supervising producer); Todd Stevens and Betsy Borns (producers)
  4. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Adam Chase, Michael Curtis, and Greg Malins (executive producers); Alexa Junge (co-executive producer); Todd Stevens, Wil Calhoun, and Seth Kurland (supervising producers); Scott Silveri, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Andrew Reich, Ted Cohen, and Wendy Knoller (producers); Richard Allen (coordinating producer)
  5. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Adam Chase, and Greg Malins (executive producers); Seth Kurland, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, and Scott Silveri (co-executive producers); Todd Stevens, Andrew Reich, and Ted Cohen (supervising producers); Wendy Knoller (producer)
  6. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Scott Silveri, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Andrew Reich, and Ted Cohen (executive producers); Todd Stevens (co-executive producer); Sherry Bilsing, Ellen Plummer, Brian Buckner, and Sebastian Jones (supervising producers); Wendy Knoller (producer)
  7. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Scott Silveri, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Andrew Reich, and Ted Cohen (executive producers); Todd Stevens, Sherry Bilsing, Ellen Plummer, Brian Buckner, and Sebastian Jones (co-executive producers); Wendy Knoller, Mark Kunerth, and Dana Klein (producers)
  8. ^ Nominees: Ben Winston, Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer (executive producers); Emma Conway, James Longman, and Stacey Thomas-Muir (co-executive producers); Brett Blakeney (supervising producer); Dave Piendak, Carly Robyn Segal, Guy Harding, Paul Monaghan, Tracie Fiss, Mike Darnell, and Brooke Karzen (producers); James Corden (producer/host)
  9. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Wil Calhoun, and Todd Stevens
  10. ^ Nominees: Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Scott Silveri, Andrew Reich, Ted Cohen, and Todd Stevens
  11. ^ a b c d e f g Nominees: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer

Other[edit]

  1. ^ This total is based on the official count from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.[8] It does not include the specials Friends: The One Before The Last One or Friends: The Reunion, which were nominated for one and four Emmys, respectively.[9][10] Both specials have been included in the list below.
  2. ^ The listed year refers to the date of the ceremony, not necessarily the year in which the corresponding season or episode aired.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t The award recognizes multiple composers each year.
  4. ^ Award voted on by fans
  5. ^ Tied with Roseanne
  6. ^ Tied with Ellen
  7. ^ For the 2001 ceremony, a first round of nominees was selected by television executives and announced in late December. These nominees were then voted on by the public to determine finalists, which were announced in late January, and the winners were announced at the ceremony in February.[135] For the purposes of this list, "shortlisted" refers to a nomination that reached the first round but was not selected as a finalist.
  8. ^ a b Awards for individual actors are counted here; group awards are omitted.

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