List of awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation

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List of awards won by Star Trek: The Next Generation
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Awards & Nominations
Award Won Nominated
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
2 2
British Science Fiction Association Award
0 2
Cinema Audio Society Awards
1 2
Emmy Award
19 58
Hugo Award
2 3
Saturn Award
6 10
Peabody Awards
1 1
Screen Actors Guild Awards
0 1
Writers Guild of America
0 1
Youth in Film Awards
2 7
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 33 87

Star Trek: The Next Generation is an American science fiction television program that originally aired from September 1987 to May 1994. It won and was nominated for a variety of awards, including seven Emmy Award nominations for the first season, and a further eight in its second season. It would go on to be nominated a total of 58 times, of which it won a total of nineteen awards.[1] Only one of these nominations was not for a Creative Arts Emmy, which was the nomination for Outstanding Drama Series for the show's seventh season.[2]

Cast member Wil Wheaton was nominated on three occasions for a Youth in Film Award,[3][4] which he won in 1989.[5] Further nominations were received by guest actors Kimberly Cullum and Gabriel Damon at the 16th Youth in Film Awards in 1995.[6] The only other nomination for a single actor was the Screen Actors Guild Award received by Patrick Stewart for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series in the award's inaugural session in 1995.[7]

As of January 1, 2013, Star Trek: The Next Generation has been nominated for 85 different awards, of which it has won 31. Despite the series ending in 1994, it has continued to win awards in special recognition of the series,[8] and for the DVD releases.[9] In this list, "year" refers to the year the award was presented to the winner.

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards[edit]

List of American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Nominee Result
1995 Top TV Series[10] Jay Chattaway Won
Top TV Series[10] Dennis McCarthy Won

BSFA Awards[edit]

The British Science Fiction Association Awards have been awarded since 1970 by the British Science Fiction Association.[11] Star Trek: The Next Generation was nominated on two occasions for Best Dramatic Presentation.

List of Saturn Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Result
1991 Best Dramatic Presentation[12] Nominated
1992 Best Dramatic Presentation[13] Nominated

Cinema Audio Society Awards[edit]

The Cinema Audio Society Awards were first handed out in 1994.[14] Star Trek: The Next Generation was nominated twice in the first two years, winning on one occasion.

List of Cinema Audio Society Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1994 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television[15] Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison, Alan Bernard "Genesis" Nominated
1995 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series[15] Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison, Alan Bernard "Descent, Part I" Won

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Emmy is a television production award considered the television equivalent to the Academy Award.[16] Star Trek: The Next Generation was nominated for a single Primetime Emmy Award, and a further 57 Creative Arts Emmys, of which it won nineteen.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

List of Primetime Emmy Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Nominee Result
1994 Outstanding Drama Series[17] Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Jeri Taylor, David Livingston, Peter Lauritson, Merri D. Howard, Ronald D. Moore, Wendy Neuss, Brannon Braga Nominated

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

List of Creative Arts Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1988 Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Werner Keppler, Michael Westmore, Gerald Quist "Conspiracy" Won
Outstanding Costume Design for a Series[1] William Ware Theiss "The Big Goodbye" Won
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[1] Bill Wistrom, Wilson Dyer, Mace Matiosian, James Wolvington, Gerry Sackman, Keith Bilderbeck "11001001" Won
Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[1] Richard Sabre "Haven" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Werner Keppler, Gerald Quist, Rolf John Keppler "Coming of Age" Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Series[1] Edward R. Brown "The Big Goodbye" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Jerry Clemans, Alan Bernard "Where No One Has Gone Before" Nominated
1989 Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[1] Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian, Wilson Dyer, Guy Tsujimoto, Gerry Sackman "Q Who" Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Chris Haire, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison, Alan Bernard "Q Who" Won
Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[1] Richard Sabre, Georgina Williams "Unnatural Selection" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Gerald Quist, Janna Phillips "A Matter of Honor" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[1] Dennis McCarthy "The Child" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Dan Curry, Ronald B. Moore, Peter W. Moyer, Steve Price "Q Who" Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series[1] Richard D. James, Jim Mees "Elementary, Dear Data" Nominated
Outstanding Costume Design for a Series[1] Durinda Wood, William Ware Theiss "Elementary, Dear Data" Nominated
1990 Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Gerald Quist, June Westmore, Hank Edds, Doug Drexler, John Caglione Jr., Ron Walters "Allegiance" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[1] Dennis McCarthy "Yesterday's Enterprise" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Dan Curry, Ronald B. Moore, Peter W. Moyer, Steve Price, Don Lee "Déjà Q" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Robert Legato, Gary Hutzel, Steve Price, Don Greenberg, Erik Nash, Don Lee, Michael Okuda "Tin Man" Nominated
Outstanding Editing for a Series – Single Camera Production[1] Robert Lederman "Deja Q" Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison, Chris Haire "Yesterday's Enterprise" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[1] Vivian McAteer, Barbara Lampson, Rita Bellissimo "Hollow Pursuits" Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series[1] Richard D. James, Jim Mees "Sins of the Father" Won
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[1] Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian, Wilson Dyer, Rick Freeman, Gerry Sackman "Yesterday's Enterprise" Won
1991 Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series[1] Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Mace Matiosian, Wilson Dyer, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Dan Yale, Gerry Sackman "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, Chris Haire, Richard L. Morrison "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" Won
Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Abston Haymore June, Gerald Quist, Michael Mills "Brothers" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Gerald Quist, Abston Haymore June, Ed French, Jill Rockow, Gilbert A. Mosko "Identity Crisis" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[1] Dennis McCarthy "Half a Life" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Gary Hutzel, Robert Legato, David Takemura, Michael Okuda, Don Greenberg, Erik Nash, Steve Price, Syd Dutton, Robert Stromberg, Bill Taylor, Don Lee "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Robert Legato, Gary Hutzel, David Takemura, Patrick Clancey, Steve Price, Michael Okuda, Erik Nash, Syd Dutton, Bill Taylor, Don Lee "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Series[1] Richard D. James, Jim Mees "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Series[1] Marvin V. Rush "Family" Nominated
Outstanding Costume Design for a Series[1] Robert Blackman "Devil's Due" Nominated
1992 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Series[1] Robert Blackman "Cost of Living" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Gerald Quist, Ron Walters, Jane Haymore, Bob Scribner, Ken Diaz, Karen Westerfield, Richard Snell, Tania McComas "Cost of Living" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Dan Curry, Ronald B. Moore, David Takemura, Erik Nash, Don Lee, Peter Sternlicht, Adam Howard, Syd Dutton, Robert Stromberg "A Matter of Time" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Robert Legato, Gary Hutzel, David Takemura, Patrick Clancey, Adrian Hurley, Adam Howard, Don Lee, Dennis Hoerter "Conundrum" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Series[1] Richard D. James, Jim Mees "Unification I" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[1] Joy Zapata, Patricia Miller "Cost of Living" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[1] Dennis McCarthy "Unification I" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series[1] Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Wilson Dyer, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Dan Yale, Gerry Sackman "Power Play" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, Richard L. Morrison, Doug Davey "The Next Phase" Won
1993 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Series[1] Robert Blackman "Time's Arrow, Part II" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[1] Joy Zapata, Candace Neal, Patricia Miller, Laura Connolly, Richard Sabre, Julia L. Walker, Josée Normand "Time's Arrow, Part II" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, Richard L. Morrison, Chris Haire "A Fistful of Datas" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] Michael Westmore, Gerald Quist, Abston Haymore June, Karen Westerfield, Jill Rockow, Doug Drexler "The Inner Light" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series[1] Bill Wistrom, James Wolvington, Miguel Rivera, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita, Guy Tsujimoto, Jeff Gersh, Dan Yale, Gerry Sackman "Time's Arrow, Part II" Nominated
1994 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Drama Series[1] Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, Richard L. Morrison, Doug Davey "Genesis" Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects[1] Dan Curry, David Stipes, Michael Backauskas, Scott Rader, Adam Howard, Erik Nash "All Good Things..." Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Series[1] Richard D. James, Andrew Neskoromny, Jim Mees "Thine Own Self" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costume Design for a Series[1] Robert Blackman, Abram Waterhouse "All Good Things..." Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Single Camera Production[1] Daryl Baskin, J.P. Farrell, David Ramirez "All Good Things..." Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series[1] Joy Zapata, Patricia Miller, Laura Connolly, Carolyn Elias, Don Sheldon, Susan Zietlow-Maust "Firstborn" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Makeup for a Series[1] June Westmore, Michael Westmore, Gilbert A. Mosko, Debbie Zoller, Tina Hoffman, David Quashnick, Mike Smithson, Hank Edds, Kevin Haney, Michael Key "Genesis" Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series[1] Dennis McCarthy "All Good Things..." Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Editing for a Series[1] Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Miguel Rivera, Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomit, Guy Tsujimoto, Jeff Gersh, Gerry Sackman, Jerry Trent, Audrey Trent "Genesis" Nominated

Hugo Awards[edit]

The Hugo Awards were first awarded in 1952, and were named the Science Fiction Achievement Awards until 1992.[18] Episodes of The Next Generation were nominated on three occasions, winning twice.

List of Hugo Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Episode Result
1988 Best Dramatic Presentation[19] "Encounter at Farpoint" Nominated
1993 Best Dramatic Presentation[20] "The Inner Light" Won
1995 Best Dramatic Presentation[21] "All Good Things..." Won

Saturn Awards[edit]

Awarded since 1972, the Saturn Awards is an annual accolade presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films to honor science fiction and fantasy films and television shows.[22] Star Trek: The Next Generation has been nominated for seven awards, and won three of them. It was also awarded a Special Recognition Award for the work of all the Star Trek television series in 2005, and further awards for releases of the first five seasons on Blu-ray.[8][23][24]

List of Saturn Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Result
1988 Best Television Series[9] Won
1991 Best Television Series[9] Won
1992 Best Television Series Nominated
1993 Best Television Series Nominated
1994 Best Television Series Nominated
1995 Best Television Series Nominated
2002 Best DVD TV Programming Release[9] Won
2005 Special Recognition Award to the Star Trek TV series[8] Won
2013 Best DVD/Blu-ray TV Series Release[23] Won
2014 Best DVD/Blu-ray TV Series Release[24] Won

Youth in Film Awards[edit]

The first Youth in Film Awards were awarded in 1979.[25] Cast member Wil Wheaton was nominated on three occasions and won once. Two further nominations were received in 1995 for guest actors Kimberly Cullum and Gabriel Damon.

List of Youth in Film Awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Category Nominee Result
1988 Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Drama Series[3] Wil Wheaton Nominated
1989 Best Young Actor in a Family Syndicated Show[5] Wil Wheaton Won
Best Syndicated Family Drama or Comedy[5] Won
1990 Best Young Actor in an Off-Primetime Family Series[4] Wil Wheaton Nominated
Best Off-Prime Time Family Series[4] Nominated
1995 Best Performance by a Youth Actress – TV Guest Star[6] Kimberly Cullum Nominated
Best Performance by a Youth Actor – TV Guest Star[6] Gabriel Damon Nominated

Other awards[edit]

Star Trek: The Next Generation was awarded a Peabody Award for the episode "The Big Goodbye". The Peabody Board saw the series as a new standard in syndicated television, and set forth a challenge to the broadcast industry to produce other shows in syndication of the same quality.[26]

Rather than give in to the usual realities of "first-run" and produce a low budget, but profitable program, the producers chose instead to opt for the highest quality in writing, decor, acting, and, indeed, all facets of the production. In doing so, they have set a new standard of quality for first-run syndication and this is exemplified in the episode "The Big Goodbye."

— The Peabody Board.[26]
List of other awards and nominations received by Star Trek: The Next Generation
Year Award Category Nominee(s) Episode Result
1988 George Foster Peabody Awards[26] "The Big Goodbye" Honoured
1990 Writers Guild of America Awards[27] Best Episodic Drama Melinda M. Snodgrass "The Measure of a Man" Nominated
1995 Screen Actors Guild Awards[7] Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Patrick Stewart Nominated

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