List of awards and nominations received by Fringe

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Fringe awards and nominations
Totals[a]
Wins16
Nominations56
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.

Fringe is an American drama series that aired on Fox from September 9, 2008, to January 18, 2013. It has been nominated for a variety of different awards including two Primetime Emmy Awards, fifteen Saturn Awards (winning seven), eight Golden Reel Awards, two Satellite Awards, and two Writers Guild of America Awards.

The Fringe series follows an FBI Fringe Division team based in Boston, Massachusetts. The team uses unorthodox "fringe" science and FBI investigative techniques to investigate "the Pattern", a series of unexplained and often ghastly occurrences taking place all over the world. Joshua Jackson and Jasika Nicole both garnered nominations for their starring and co-starring roles. Leonard Nimoy received a Saturn Award, for his guest stint on the show. "Pilot" is the most nominated single episode of the series, receiving nominations at five different awards ceremonies and six nominations total. The episode garnered a VES award, and was nominated for the series' first Emmy.

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Primetime Emmy Awards are presented annually by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Technical awards are presented annually the day before the Primetime Emmy Award event is held. They are called the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. In 2009, Fringe has been nominated for two awards, honoring its special effects.

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2009 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series[1] Kevin Blank, Jay Worth, Andrew Orloff, Johnathan Banta, Steve Graves, Jonathan Spencer Levy, Scott Dewis, Steve Fong, Tom Turnball "Pilot" Nominated
2010 Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[2] Paul Curtis, Rick Norman, Bruce Tanis, Paul Apelgren, Shelley Roden, Rick Partlow "White Tulip" Nominated
* denotes nominated works with awards pending presentation and announcement.

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

The Golden Reel Awards are presented annually by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. Fringe has been nominated six times at this ceremony, and has yet to claim a single prize.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2009 Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form – Dialogue & ADR[3] Bruce Honda, Bob Redpath, Chris Reeves
David M. Cowman, Mitchell C. Gettleman,
Tom A. Harris, Virginia Cook McGowan
"Pilot" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Dialogue & ADR[4] Tom A. Harris, Christopher Reeves,
Gabrielle Reeves, Jay Keiser
"Safe" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form – Sound Effects & Foley[5] Walter Newman, Bob Redpath, Micheal Ferdie
Kenneth Young, Adam Johnston, David Werntz
Ron Salaises, Casey Crabtree, Michael Crabtree
"Pilot" Nominated
2010 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form – Dialogue & ADR[6] Thomas A. Harris, Christopher Reeves,
Gabrielle Reeves, Jay Keiser
"Unleashed" Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form – Sound Effects & Foley[7] Thomas A. Harris, Michael Ferdie, Nick Neutra,
Robert Kellough, Joe Schultz, Sanaa Cannella,
Cynthia Merrill
"Unleashed" Nominated
Best Sound Editing Short Form in Television – Music[8] Paul Apelgren "Night of Desirable Objects" Nominated
2011 Best Sound Editing Short Form in Television – Music[9] Paul Apelgren "The Box" Nominated
Best Sound Editing Short Form in Television – Musical[10] Paul Apelgren "Brown Betty" Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

John Noble is the only cast member to have been nominated for a Satellite Award.

The Satellite Awards, formerly known as the Golden Satellite Awards, are presented both for cinema and television. Fringe has been nominated twice for John Noble's portrayal of Doctor Walter Bishop[11]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film[11] John Noble Nominated
2009 Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film[12] John Noble Nominated

Saturn Awards[edit]

The Saturn Awards are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films and honor science fiction and fantasy films and television shows. For work on the first season, Fringe was nominated for two Saturn Awards,[13] one for Best Network Television Series and another for Anna Torv's performance as Agent Olivia Dunham. The following year, Fringe was again nominated in the same categories, as well as Leonard Nimoy for his guest work as Dr. William Bell. However, this time Fringe received accolades for Best Actress and Best Guest Star on Television.

Cast of Fringe holding their 2011 Saturn awards
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 Best Network Television Series[13] Nominated
Best Actress on Television[13] Anna Torv Nominated
2009 Best Network Television Series[14] Nominated
Best Actress on Television[14] Anna Torv Won
Best Supporting Actor on Television[14] John Noble Nominated
Best Guest Star on Television[14] Leonard Nimoy Won
2010 Best Network Television Series[15][16] Won
Best Actress on Television[15][16] Anna Torv Won
Best Supporting Actor on Television[15][16] John Noble Won
Best Supporting Actor on Television[15] Lance Reddick Nominated
Best Guest Star on Television[15] Seth Gabel Nominated
2012 Best Network Television Series[17][18] Fringe Won
Best Actress on Television[17][18] Anna Torv Won
Best Supporting Actor on Television[17][18] John Noble Nominated
Best Guest Star on Television[17][18] Orla Brady Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Series co-creator J. J. Abrams has been nominated for two WGA Awards.

The Writers Guild of America Awards are presented annually by the Writers Guild of America. Fringe has been nominated for two awards.[19]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
2009 Television: Long Form – Original[19] J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci "Pilot" Nominated
Television: New Series[19] See Below Nominated

^2009 "Long Form - Original" Nominees J.J. Abrams, Jason Cahill, Julia Cho, David H. Goodman, Felicia Henderson, Brad Caleb Kane, Alex Kurtzman, Darin Morgan, J. R. Orci, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, and Zack Whedon.[19]

Other awards[edit]

Fringe has claimed massive success achievement in award categories praising the series as a whole,[20][21][22] and has also laid claim to numerous acting accolades.[20][23][24] Fringe has had success in being nominated for various visual effects and cinematography awards.[25][26] Fringe's official website's content as well as the website itself, have garnered numerous honors.[27][28][29] "Pilot" is the most nominated episode of the series for visual effects and cinematography.[25][26]

Award Year Category Nominee Result
ASC Awards 2008 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in
Movies of the Week/Miniseries/Pilot for Broadcast[25]
Michael Bonvillain
"Pilot"
Nominated
Australians in Film Awards 2009 Breakthrough Award[24] Anna Torv Won
Critics' Choice Television Award 2011 Best Drama Series[30] Nominated
Best Actress in a Drama Series[30] Anna Torv Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[30] John Noble Won
EWwy Awards 2009 Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Noble Nominated
2010 Outstanding Drama Series Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Noble Won
NewNowNext Awards 2009 Brink of Fame: Actor[23] Jasika Nicole Nominated
People's Choice Awards 2009 Favorite New TV Drama[22] Nominated
People's Choice Awards 2011 Favorite Sci-fi/Fantasy TV Show[31] Won
Teen Choice Awards 2009 Choice TV: Breakout Show[20] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Drama[20] Joshua Jackson Nominated
Choice TV: Breakout Star Female[20] Anna Torv Nominated
2010 Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci Fi[32] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci Fi[32] Joshua Jackson Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci Fi[32] Anna Torv Nominated
2012 Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci Fi Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci Fi Anna Torv Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci Fi Joshua Jackson Nominated
Television Critics Awards 2009 Outstanding New Program of the Year[21] Nominated
VES Awards 2008 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program[26] Kevin Blank, Jay Worth, Andrew Orloff & Barbara Genicoff
"Pilot"
Won
2009 Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series[33] Jay Worth, Robert Habros, Andrew Orloff, Eric Hance
"Earthling"
Nominated
2012 Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series[34] Robert Habros, Andrew Orloff, Jay Worth, Chris Wright Nominated
Webby Awards 2009 Honoree Best Writing[27] Fringemas
Fox Broadcasting Company
Honoree
Honoree Television Website[28] Official Fringe Website
Fox Broadcasting Company
Honoree
Honoree Video Remixes/Mashups[29] Fringemas
Fox Broadcasting Company
Honoree
* denotes nominated works with awards pending presentation and announcement.

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