List of awards and nominations received by Northern Exposure

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List of awards won by Northern Exposure

Rob Morrow received many awards and nominations for his performance as Dr. Joel Fleischman.

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 30 123
References

Northern Exposure is an American television drama series created by Joshua Brand and John Falsey and produced by Cine-Nevada Productions and Universal Television. The show originally aired in the United States on CBS between July 12, 1990 and July 26, 1995, with 110 episodes split five seasons. The series, which starred Rob Morrow, Barry Corbin, Janine Turner, John Cullum, Darren E. Burrows, John Corbett, Cynthia Geary, Elaine Miles, Peg Phillips, Paul Provenza and Teri Polo, follows a New York City physician who sets up his practice in an eccentric small town.

Northern Exposure garnered critical praise and amassed 123 nominations for various industry awards. This includes 39 Emmy awards (with 7 wins), 10 Golden Globe awards (with 2 wins), 6 TCA awards (with one win), 19 Q awards (with two wins), 4 Directors Guild of America awards (one win) and 3 Writers Guild of America awards, as well as winning 2 consecutive Peabody Awards.

Several Northern Exposure cast members received awards and nominations for their individual work. Janine Turner, who portrayed lead character Maggie O'Donnell, received the most award nominations (12) while Valerie Mahaffey is the only actor on the series to win a Primetime Emmy Award.

Awards and nominations[edit]

ACE Eddie Awards[edit]

Presented since 1962, the Eddie Award is an annual accolade that was created by American Cinema Editors to award outstanding achievements in editing in television and film.[1] Northern Exposure won an award, out of three nominations, for Best Edited One-Hour Series for Television.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result Ref
1993 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Television Briana London for "Cicely" Nominated [2]
1994 Briana London and Sharon Silverman for "Kaddish for Uncle Manny" Won [3]
1995 Briana London for "Lovers and Madmen" Nominated [4]

American Television Awards[edit]

The American Television Awards was a television sweeps special that aired on ABC in 1993 as a remedy to 44th Primetime Emmy Awards, giving awards similar to those presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.[5] Northern Exposure received seven nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1993 Best Dramatic Series Nominated [6]
Best Actor in a Dramatic Series Rob Morrow Nominated
Best Actress in a Dramatic Series Janine Turner Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Dramatic Series John Corbett Nominated
Barry Corbin Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Dramatic Series Cynthia Geary Nominated
Peg Phillips Nominated

Artios Awards[edit]

Presented by the Casting Society of America, the Artios Award is an annual accolades honoring outstanding achievements in casting.[7] Northern Exposure won two awards out of five nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1991 Best Casting for TV, Pilot Megan Branman, Patti Carns Kalles and Lynn Kressel Won [8]
Best Casting for TV, Comedy Episodic Megan Branman and Patti Carns Kalles Nominated
1992 Won [9]
1993 Megan Branman Nominated [10]
1994 Nominated [11]

BMI Film & TV Awards[edit]

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) is one of three United States performing rights organizations, along with ASCAP and SESAC. It collects license fees on behalf of songwriters, composers, and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed.[12] Northern Exposure received three awards from BMI.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1992 BMI TV Music Award David Schwartz Won [13]
1993 Won [14]
1994 Won [15]

Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Directors Guild of America Award is an annual accolade presented by the Directors Guild of America (DGA) which awards outstanding achievements in the field of directing.[16] Northern Exposure received five nominations during its tenure, winning once for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Drama Series.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
1991 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Drama Series James Hayman for "Jules & Joel" Nominated [17]
Stuart Margolin for "Goodbye To All That" Nominated
1992 Michael Fresco for "Thanksgiving" Nominated [18]
Rob Thompson, Jack Terry (unit production manager), Patrick McKee (first assistant director), and Robert Loeser (second assistant director) for "Cicely" Won
1993 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Comedy Series Michael Lange for "Kaddish for Uncle Manny" Nominated [19]

Emmy Awards[edit]

Presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences since 1949, the Primetime Emmy Award is an annual accolade that honors outstanding achievements in various aspects of television such as acting, directing and writing.[20] Northern Exposure received 39 nominations, winning seven awards.[21]

Valerie Mahaffey won in 1992 for her role as Eve.
Barry Corbin was twice nominated for his performance on the series.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
1991 Outstanding Drama Series Cheryl Bloch, Joshua Brand, John Falsey, Diane Frolov, Robin Green, Mathew Nodella, Charles Rosin, Andrew Schneider and Robert T. Skodis Nominated [22]
Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series Joshua Brand and John Falsey for "Pilot" Nominated [23]
1992 Outstanding Drama Series Cheryl Bloch, Joshua Brand, John Falsey, Diane Frolov, Robin Green, Jeff Melvoin, Mathew Nodella, Andrew Schneider and Rob Thompson Won [24]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Rob Morrow as Dr. Joel Fleischman for "Jules et Joel" Nominated [25]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Corbett as Chris Stevens for "Burning Down the House" Nominated [26]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Cynthia Geary as Shelly Tambo for "Get Real" Nominated [27]
Valerie Mahaffey as Eve for "Lost & Found" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Directing in a Drama Series Jack Bender for "Seoul Mates" Nominated [28]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Drama Series Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider Won [29]
Robin Green for "Burning Down the House" Nominated
Jeff Melvoin for "Democracy in America" Nominated
1993 Outstanding Drama Series Cheryl Bloch, Joshua Brand, Martin Bruestle, John Falsey, Diane Frolov, Robin Green, Jeff Melvoin, Andrew Schneider, Rob Thompson and Michael Vittes Nominated [30]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Rob Morrow as Dr. Joel Fleischman for "Kaddish for Uncle Manny" Nominated [31]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Janine Turner as Maggie O'Connell for "Love's Labour Maid" Nominated [32]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Barry Corbin as Maurice J. Minnifield for "Sleeping with the Enemy" Nominated [33]
John Cullum as Holling Vincouver for "Learning Curve" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Cynthia Geary as Shelly Tambo for "Kaddish for Uncle Manny" Nominated [34]
Peg Phillips as Ruth-Anne Miller for "Blowing Bubbles" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Adam Arkin as Adam for "The Big Feast" Nominated [35]
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Bibi Besch as for "Grosse Pointe 48230" Nominated [36]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Drama Series Jeff Melvoin for "Kaddish, for Uncle Manny" Nominated [37]
Geoffrey Neigher for "Midnight Sun" Nominated
1994 Outstanding Drama Series Cheryl Bloch, Martin Bruestle, David Chase, Michael Fresco, Diane Frolov, Robin Green, Barbara Hall, Jeff Melvoin, Andrew Schneider and Michael Vittes Nominated [38]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Barry Corbin as Maurice J. Minnifield for "The Mystery of the Old Curio Shop" + "The Gift of the Maggie" Nominated [39]

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
1991 Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Michael Getlin, Glenn Micallef, Dean Okrand and R. William A. Thiederman for "Aurora Borealis: A Fairy Tale For Big People" Nominated [40]
1992 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Series Kenneth Berg, Woody Crocker and Gene Serdena for "Cicely" Won [41]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series Frank Prinzi Won [42]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Single-Camera Production Briana London for "Three Amigos" Nominated [43]
Thomas R. Moore for "Cicely" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Series Joni Powell Nominated [44]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series William Angarola, Mike Depatie, Kimberly Lambert, Brian Risner, Miguel Rivera, Allan K. Rosen and Patty Von Arx for "Three Amigos" Nominated [45]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Peter Cole, Anthony D'Amico, Gary Regan and Robert Marts Nominated [46]
1993 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Series Kenneth Berg, Woody Crocker, Lori Melendy and Robert Stover for "Revelations" Nominated [47]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series Frank Prinzi Nominated [48]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Single-Camera Production Briana London for "Thanksgiving" Nominated [49]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series William Angarola, Tony Capelli, Mike Depatie, Kimberly Lambert, Allan K. Rosen, Mark Seagrave, Joel Valentine and Patty Von Arx for "Kaddish for Uncle Manny" Nominated [50]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Anthony D'Amico, Robert Marts, Glenn Micaller, Greg Orloff and R. Russell Smith Nominated [51]
1994 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series William Angarola, Zane D. Bruce, Tony Capelli, Mike Depatie, Kimberly Lambert, Allan K. Rosen, Mark Seagrave, Alicia Stevenson, Joel Valentine and Patty Von Arx for "Fish Story" Won [52]
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Anthony D'Amico, Robert Marts, Glenn Micallef, Greg Orloff and R. Russell Smith Nominated [53]

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Janine Turner received three nominations for Best Actress – Television Series Drama.

The Golden Globe Award is an annual accolade presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) which honors the best performances in television and film.[54] Northern Exposure received ten nominations, winning two awards for Best Television Series – Drama.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1991 Best Television Series – Drama Won [55]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Rob Morrow as Joel Fleischman Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Janine Turner as Maggie O'Connell Nominated
1992 Best Television Series – Drama Won [56]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Rob Morrow as Joel Fleischman Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Janine Turner as Maggie O'Connell Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film John Corbett as Chris Stevens Nominated
1993 Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [57]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Rob Morrow as Joel Fleischman Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Janine Turner as Maggie O'Connell Nominated

Peabody Awards[edit]

Awarded since 1940, the Peabody Award, named after American banker and philanthropist George Peabody, is an annual award the recognizes excellence in storytelling across mediums including television, radio, television networks, and online videos.[58] Northern Exposure won two consecutive awards, a rarity for television series, with the second award for the episode "Cicely".

Year Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result Ref
1991 Brand-Falsey Productions Won [59]
1992 CBS-TV, Finnegan-Pinchuk Company, Brand-Falsey Productions for "Cicely" Won [60]

Q Awards[edit]

Cynthia Geary received two nominations for her performance on the series.

The Q Award, presented by the Viewers for Quality Television since 1986, recognizes critically acclaimed programs and performers for their outstanding achievements in television.[61] During its tenure, Northern Exposure won 2 awards out of 19 nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1991 Best Actress in a Quality Drama Series Janine Turner Nominated [62]
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series Barry Corbin Nominated
Best Writing in a Quality Drama Series Nominated
1992 Best Quality Drama Series Nominated [63]
Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series Rob Morrow Nominated
Best Actress in a Quality Drama Series Janine Turner Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series John Cullum Won
Specialty Player Adam Arkin Won
1993 Best Quality Drama Series Nominated [64]
Best Actress in a Quality Drama Series Janine Turner Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series John Cullum Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series Cynthia Geary Nominated
Specialty Player Richard Cummings Jr. Nominated
1994 Best Quality Drama Series Nominated [65]
Best Actress in a Quality Drama Series Janine Turner Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series John Cullum Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series Cynthia Geary Nominated
Peg Phillips Nominated
Specialty Player Graham Greene Nominated

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

Awarded by the Television Critics Association since 1985, the Television Critics Association Award (TCA Award) is an annual accolade that recognizes outstanding achievements in television programming and acting performances.[66] Northern Exposure received six nominations, winning once for Program of the Year.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1991 Program of the Year Nominated [67]
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
1992 Program of the Year Won [68]
Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated

Other Awards[edit]

Award Year of ceremony Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
American Society of Cinematographers Awards 1993 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series Frank Prinzi for "Cicely" Nominated [69]
Cinema Audio Society Awards 1994 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television R. Russell Smith, Greg Orloff, Anthony D'Amico and Robert Marts for "Kaddish, for Uncle Manny" Nominated [70]
1995 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Series R. Russell Smith, Greg Orloff, Anthony D'Amico, Robert Marts and Glenn Micallef for "Fish Story" Nominated [71]
Environmental Media Awards 1993 EMA Award for TV Drama Won [72]
1995 EMA Board of Directors Ongoing Commitment Award Joshua Brand and John Falsey Won [73]
Grammy Awards 1993 Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television David Schwartz Nominated [74]
International Monitor Awards 1993 Film Originated Entertainment - Director Rob Thompson for "Cicely" Won [75]
Producers Guild of America Awards 1991 Outstanding Producer of Television Joshua Brand and John Palsey Won [76]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 1994 Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Darren E. Burrows, John Corbett, Barry Corbin, John Cullum, Cynthia Geary, Elaine Miles, Rob Morrow, Peg Phillips, Teri Polo, Paul Provenza and Janine Turner Nominated [77]
TV Land Awards 2005 Classic TV Broadcaster of the Year John Corbett Nominated [78]
2006 Broadcaster of the Year Nominated [79]
Wise Owl Award - Honorable Mention 1992 Television and Theatrical Film Fiction for "A Hunting We Will Go" Won [80]
1993 for "Three Amigos" Won [81]
Writers Guild of America Awards 1992 Television: Episodic Drama Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider for "Seoul Mates" Nominated [82]
Robin Green for "Burning Down the House" Nominated
1994 Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess for "Hello, I Love You" Nominated [83]
Youth Artist Awards 1990-1991 Best Young Actor Guest Starring or Recurring Role in a TV Series Grant Gelt Nominated [84]

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