List of awards and nominations received by The Voice (American TV series)

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Awards and nominations received by The Voice
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John de Mol (left) and Mark Burnett (right) are among producers of The Voice who have received four Primetime Emmy awards for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program.
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 40 117
Footnotes

The Voice is an American singing competition television series which premiered on NBC on April 26, 2011.[1] Based on the original The Voice of Holland,[2] the series features several stages of competition to search for new vocal talent contested by aspiring singers, age 13 or over, drawn from public auditions.[3] The show has four coaches who choose their favourite artists during the audition rounds, and guide their selected teams through the remainder of the season. The winner is subsequently determined by television viewers; the prizes include $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.[1] The Voice has been very successful since its premiere, drawing high ratings for the network and becoming one of the highest-rated shows in the country.[4][5]

The Voice has been nominated for numerous awards, including forty Emmy Award nominations, winning six times, including three awards in the Outstanding Reality-Competition Program category and three awards for its lighting design. The Voice has additionally received nominations for six consecutive Critics' Choice Television Awards for Best Reality Series (four wins), seven People's Choice Awards (four wins), four Television Critics Association Awards and six Teen Choice Awards (three wins for the series), among other awards. The series has received nominations for its diversity, including one GLAAD Media Award, two Imagen Awards, and three NAACP Image Awards.

The behind-the-scenes personnel has been honored with multiple nominations, including ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards (six wins) for songwriting, four ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards, three Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards (one win), and five Producers Guild of America Awards (four wins). The coaches of the show have won three awards out of nine nominations; Christina Aguilera has won an ALMA Award while Adam Levine and Shakira have both received a Teen Choice Award. Other coaches CeeLo Green and Blake Shelton have also received nominations. As of 2016, The Voice has won 36 awards from a total of 115 nominations.

Awards and nominations[edit]

ADG Awards[edit]

The ADG Excellence in Production Design Award is presented annually by the American Art Directors Guild to recognize the best production design and art direction in the film and television industries.[6] The Voice has been nominated four times.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Excellence in Production Design Award: Multi-Camera Variety or Unscripted Series Anron Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Rick Vanzini, Anthony Bishop, Lydia Smyth, Kirsten Larsen, Scott Harper, Ed Strang, Jose Ramirez, and Lynn Brown Nominated [7]
2014 Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Dave Edwards, Lydia Smyth, Zeya Maurer, Brittany Macwhorter, Ellen Jaworski, Ed Strang, Jose Ramirez, and Kristin O'Malley Nominated [8]
2015 Excellence in Production Design: Variety, Competition, Reality, or Game Show Series Anton Goss and James Pearse Connelly Nominated [9]
2016 Excellence in Production Design: Variety, Reality or Competition Series Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Mauer, Lydia Smyth, Brittany Perham-MacWhorter, Kirsten Larsen, and Stephanie Hines. Nominated [10]

ALMA Awards[edit]

The American Latino Media Arts Award, or simply ALMA Award, is an accolade presented annually to honor the best American Latino contributions to music, television, and film.[11] Aguilera has won once as a coach.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Favorite TV Reality, Variety, or Comedy Personality or Act Christina Aguilera Nominated [12]
2012 Won [13]

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards[edit]

The ASCAP Film and Television Music Award is presented by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers to recognize the work of composers and songwriters in the film and television industries.[14] The Voice has received six nominations and won every year between 2012 and 2017.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result[a] Ref.
2014 Top Television Series Jared Gutstadt, Jeff Peters, Rick Smith, and Schimer Music Productions Won [15]
2013 Matt Chambless, David Paul Dorn, Jared Gutstadt, Bill Markt, William McIntyre, Jeff Peters, Jordan Sears, Rick Smith, and Schimer Music Productions Won [16]
2014 Matt Chambless, David Paul Dorn, Jared Gutstadt, William Markt, William McIntyre, Steven Page, Jeffrey Peters, Schimmer Music Productions, Jordan Sears, and Evan Marshall Wise Won [17]
2015 Jared Gutstadt, Jeff Peters, and Schimmer Music Productions Won [18]
2016 Matt Chambless, Jared Gutstadt, Jeff Peters, and Schimmer Music Productions Won [19]
2017 Matt Chambless, Jared Gutstadt, Jeff Peters, and Schimmer Music Productions Won [20]

Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards[edit]

Voted online on Billboard's official website, the Billboard Mid-Year Music Award honors artists and shows for their achievements in music in the first half of the year in the United States.[21] The Voice has won twice.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Best Music Reality Show The Voice Nominated [22]
2012 Won [23]
2013 Won [24]

Critics' Choice Television Awards[edit]

The Critics' Choice Television Award is an annual accolade bestowed by the American Broadcast Television Journalists Association in recognition of outstanding achievements in television, since 2011.[25] The Voice has won four times out of six nominations, excluding two nominations nomination for Carson Daly as host.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Best Reality Series – Competition The Voice Won [26]
2013 Won [27]
2014 Best Reality Show Host Carson Daly Nominated [28]
Best Reality Series – Competition The Voice Nominated
2015 Nominated [29]
2016 Won [30]
2017 Best Reality Show Host Carson Daly Nominated [31]
Best Reality Series – Competition The Voice Won

Critics' Choice Real TV Awards[edit]

The Critics' Choice Real TV Awards are presented by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association and NPACT, which recognizes excellence in nonfiction, unscripted and reality programming across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms. The Voice has won three times out of four nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2019 Best Competition Series: Talent/Variety The Voice Nominated [32]
Best Live Show Won
2020 Best Competition Series: Talent/Variety Won [33]
2021 Won [34]

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Emmy Awards were established in 1949 in order to recognize excellence in the American television industry, and are bestowed by members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Emmy Awards are given in different ceremonies presented annually; Primetime Emmy Awards recognize outstanding work in American primetime television programming, while Creative Arts Emmy Awards are presented to honor technical and creative achievements, and include categories recognizing work of art directors, lighting and costume designers, cinematographers, casting directors, and other production-based personnel.[35] As of 2016, The Voice has won six times out of forty-one nominations; three times in the Outstanding Reality-Competition Program category and three times for the show's lighting design.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Outstanding Competition Program John de Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Stijn Bakkers, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Jim Roush, Amanda Zucker, Nicolle Yaron, Mike Yurchuk, Dean Houser, Joni Day, Teddy Valenti, May Johnson, David Offenheiser, and Carson Daly Nominated [36]
2013 John de Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Stijn Bakkers, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Jim Roush, Amanda Zucker, Nicolle Yaron, Mike Yurchuk, Kyra Thompson, Teddy Valenti, May Johnson, Carson Daly, Ashley Baumann, and Keith Dinielli Won [37]
2014 Mark Burnett, John de Mol, Audrey Morrissey, Stijn Bakkers, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Nicolle Yaron, Amanda Zucker, Mike Yurchuk, Jim Roush, Kyra Thompson, May Johnson, Teddy Valenti, Ashley Baumann, Carson Daly, Keith Dinielli, Barton Kimball, Kyley Tucker, and Brittany Martin Nominated [38]
2015 Mark Burnett, John de Mol, Audrey Morrissey, Marc Jensen, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Amanda Zucker, Mike Yurchuk, Jim Roush, Kyra Thompson, May Johnson, Teddy Valenti, Anthea Bhargava, Clyde Lieberman, Ashley Baumann, Keith Dinielli, Barton Kimball, Brittany Martin, Kyley Tucker, Carson Daly, and Michelle McNulty Won [39]
2016 John de Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Jay Bienstock, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Kyra Thompson, Amanda Zucker, Mike Yurchuk, Anthea Bhargava, Keith Dinielli, May Johnson, Clyde Lieberman, Teddy Valenti, Ashley Baumann-Sylvester, Kyley Tucker, Carson Daly, Barton Kimball, Michelle McNulty, and Brittany Martin Porter Won [40]
2017 John De Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Jay Bienstock, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Kyra Thompson, Amanda Zucker, Anthea Bhargava, Keith Dinielli, May Johnson, Clyde Lieberman, Teddy Valenti, Ashley Baumann-Sylvester, Barton Kimball, Brittany Martin Porter, Kyley Tucker, Amanda Silva Borden, Carson Daly, and Dan Paschen Won [41]
2018 John De Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Stijn Bakkers, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Kyra Thompson, Mike Yurchuk, Amanda Zucker, Anthea Bhargava, Keith Dinielli, Clyde Lieberman, Teddy Valenti, Ashley Baumann-Sylvester, Barton Kimball, Brittany Martin Porter, Kyley Tucker, Valentina May Johnson, Amanda Silva Borden, Carson Daly, Dan Paschen, Tod Schellinger, and Jared Wyso Nominated [42]
2019 John De Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Stijn Bakkers, Amanda Zucker, Kyra Thompson, Teddy Valenti, Kyley Tucker, Anthea Bhargava, Melysa Lovell Garratt, Clyde Lieberman, Brittany Martin Porter, Barton Kimball, Dan Paschen, Amanda Silva Borden, Tod Schellinger, Carson Daly, Jared Wyso, and Hayley Opalek McSherry Nominated [42]
2021 John de Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Adam Sher, Amanda Zucker, Kyra Thompson, Teddy Valenti, Kyley Tucker, Anthea Bhargava, Melysa Garratt, Clyde Lieberman, Brittany Martin Porter, Bart Kimball, Dan Paschen, Amanda Silva Borden, Tod Schellinger, Carson Daly, Jared Wyso and Hayley Opalek McSherry Nominated [43]

Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special Shawn Finch, Jerilynn Stephens, Cindy Costello, Cheryl Marks, Renee Dipinto Ferruggia, and Samantha Wen Nominated [36]
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez and Daniel Boland Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction For Variety Or Nonfiction Programming Anton Goss, James Connelly, and Zeya Maurer Nominated
2013 Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, John Repczynski, Suzanne Ebner, Diane Biederbeck, Dave Hilmer, Manny Bonilla, Marc Hunter, Steve Martyniuk, Scott Kaye, Scott Hylton, Joe Coppola, Guido Frenzel, Alex Hernandez, Jofre Rosero, Steve Simmons, and Terrance Ho Nominated [37]
Outstanding Art Direction For Variety Or Nonfiction Programming Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, and Zeya Maurer Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special Shawn Finch, Jerilynn Stephens, Renee Dipinto Ferruggia, Cheryl Marks, Corey "Chill" Hill, and Kathleen Leonard Nominated
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Daniel Boland, Samuel Barker, and Craig Housenick Won
2014 Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series Or Special Michael Abbott, Kenyata Westbrook, Robert P. Matthews Jr., John Koster, Randy Faustino, Ryan Young, Christian Schrader, Tim Hatayama, Michael Bernard, Andrew Fletcher, Bill Dietzman, and Eddie Marquez Nominated [38]
Outstanding Picture Editing For Reality Programming John M. Larson, Hudson H. Smith III, Robert M. Malachowski Jr., William Fabian Castro, Eric B. Shanks, Jason Stewart, Robby Thompson, Noel Guerra, and James Munoz Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic) Darcy Gilmore, Sherri Simmons, Thea Samuels, Kristene Bernard, Carlene Kearns, and Molly Tissavary Nominated
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Craig Housenick, Daniel Boland, and Johnny Bradley Nominated
Outstanding Interactive Program The Voice (via NBC.com) Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special Shawn Finch, Jerilynn Stephens, Renee Ferruggia, Samantha Wen, Corey "Chill" Hill, and Cheryl Marks Nominated
Outstanding Cinematography For Reality Programming Alex Van Wagner, Steve Lopez, Adam Tash, Markos Alvarado, Jeffrey Wilkins, Edgar Martin, Graham Steele, and Dom Zanghi Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction For Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Programming Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Lydia Smyth, and Kristen O'Malley Nominated
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, Diane Biederbeck, Danny Bonilla, Manny Bonilla, Suzanne Ebner, Guido Frenzel, Alex Hernandez, Dave Hilmer, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Katherine Iacofano, Scott Kaye, Steve Martyniuk, Jofre Rosero, Steve Simmons, and Terrance Ho Nominated
2015 Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special Shawn Finch, Jerilynn Stephens, Renee DiPinto-Ferruggia, James Dunham, Giannandrea Marongiu, and Stacey Morris Nominated [39]
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Daniel Boland, Craig Housenick, and Johnny Bradley Won
Outstanding Production Design For Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Programming Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, and Lydia Smyth Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series Or Special Michael Abbott, Kenyata Westbrook, Robert P. Matthews Jr., John Koster, Ryan Young, Randy Faustino, Brian R. Riordan, Tim Hatayama, Andrew Fletcher, Christian Schrader, Michael Bernard, Eric White, Michael Parker, Eddie Marquez, and Bill Dietzman Nominated
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, Diane Biederbeck, Danny Bonilla, Suzanne Ebner, Guido Frenzel, Alex Hernandez, Dave Hilmer, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Katherine Iacofono, Scott Kaye, Steve Martyniuk, Jofre Rosero, Steve Simmons, Bryan Trieb, and Terrance Ho Nominated
2016 Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Reality Or Reality-Competition Series Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Lydia Smyth, and Stephanie Trigg Hines Nominated [40]
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured Or Competition Reality Program Editing Team Nominated
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Daniel K. Boland, Craig Housenick, and Johnny Bradley Won
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series Or Special Michael Abbott, Randy Faustino, Kenyata Westbrook, John Koster, Robert P. Matthews, Jr., Sterling Cross, Ryan Young, Brian Riordan, Tim Hatayama, Eric White, William Dietzman, Eddie Marquez, Christian Schrader, and Andrew Fletcher Nominated
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, Terrance Ho, Diane Biederbeck, Suzanne Ebner, Guido Frenzel, Nick Gomez, Alex Hernandez, Dave Hilmer, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Katherine Iacofono, Scott Kaye, Ron Lehman, Jofre Rosero, Steve Simmons, and Dan Webb Nominated
2017 Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Reality Or Reality-Competition Series Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Brittany MacWhorter, and Stephanie Hines Nominated [41]
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special Jerilynn Stephens, Meagan Herrera-Schaaf, Cory Rotenberg, Anna Maria Orzano, Stacey Morris, and Derbie Wieczorek Nominated
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Sam Barker, Daniel Boland, and Johnny Bradley Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic) Darcy Gilmore, Kristene Bernard, Thea Samuels, Gina Ghiglieri, Diane Mayo, and Jackie Dobbie Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series Or Special Ryan Young, Brian Riordan, Michael Abbott, Eric White, Tim Hatayama, Randy Faustino, Kenyata Westbrook, Sterling Cross, Robert P. Matthews Jr., John Koster, Andrew Fletcher, Christian Schrader, Carlos Torres, William Dietzman, and Michael Bernard Nominated
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, Terrance Ho, Diane Biederbeck, Danny Bonilla, Suzanne Ebner, Gudio Frenzel, Alex Hernandez, Dave Hilmer, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Katherine Iacofono, Scott Kaye, Ron Martynuk, John Perry, Jofre Rosero, and Steve Simmons Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program Michelle McNulty, Holly Dale, and Courtney Burns Nominated
Outstanding Short Form Variety Series Chad Hines, Amanda Horning, and Suzanne Lee (Behind The Voice) Nominated
Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media within an Unscripted Program The Voice On Snapchat Show Nominated
2018 Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program Alan Carter Nominated [42]
Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program Michelle McNulty, Holly Dale, and Courtney Burns Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special Jerilynn Stephens, Meagan Herrera-Schaaf, Renee Ferruggia, Derrick Spruill, Alyn Topper, and Darbie Wieczorek Nominated
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Daniel Boland, Craig Housenick, Johnny Bradley, and Ronald Wirsgalla Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic) Darcy Gilmore, Kristene Bernard, Gina Ghiglieri, and Kathleen Karridene Nominated
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured or Competition Reality Program John M. Larson, Robert Michael Malachowski, Jr, Hudson H. Smith III, Matt Antell, Roger Bartlett, Sean Basaman, Kevin Benson, Matthew Blair, Melissa Silva Borden, William Fabian Castro, Grady Cooper, A.J. Dickerson, Glen Ebesu, Noel A. Guerra, John Homesley, Omega Hsu, Ryan P. James, Charles A. Kramer, James J. Munoz, Rich Remis, David I. Sowell, Robby Thompson, and Eric Wise Nominated
Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Reality Or Reality-Competition Series Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Lydia Smith, Zeya Maurer, and Stephanie Hines Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series Or Special Michael Abbott, Randy Faustino, Kenyata Westbrook, John Koster, Robert P. Matthews Jr., Brian Riordan, Ryan Young, Tim Hatayama, Eric White, Shaun Sebastian, Michael Bernard, Carlos Torres, Christian Schrader, and Andrew Fletcher Nominated
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, Terrance Ho, Bert Atkinson, Manny Bonilla, Danny Bonilla, Martin J. Brown Jr., Suzanne Ebner, Guido Frenzel, Nick Gomez, Alexander Hernandez, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Scott Kaye, Steve Martyniuk, David Plakos, Jofre Rosero, and Steve Simmons Nominated
2021 Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program Michelle McNulty, Holly Dale, and Courtney Burns Nominated [43]
Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program Alan Carter Nominated
Outstanding Contemporary Hairstyling for a Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Program Jerilynn Stephens, Amber Maher, Kimi Messina, Dean Banowetz, Dwayne Ross, Regina Rodriguez, Stacey Morris, and Robert Ramos Nominated
Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series Oscar Dominguez, Ronald Wirsgalla, Andrew Munie, Daniel K. Boland, and Tiffany Spicer Keys Nominated
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured Reality or Competition Program John M. Larson, Robert Michael Malachowski Jr., Hudson H. Smith III, Matt Antell, John Baldino, Sommer Basinger, Matthew Blair, Melissa Silva Borden, William Fabian Castro, Nick Don Vito, Alyssa Dressman Lehner, Glen Ebesu, Noel A. Guerra, John Homesley, Omega Hsu, Charles A. Kramer, Terry Maloney, James J. Munoz, Andy Perez, Robby Thompson, and Eric Wise Nominated
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Series Allan Wells, Mano Bonilla III, Martin J. Brown Jr., Robert Burnette, Suzanne Ebner, Guido Frenzel, Alex Hernandez, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Kathrine Iacofano, Scott Kaye, Steve Martyniuk, David Plakos, Ray Reynolds, Jofre Rosero, Steve Simmons, and Terrance Ho Nominated

GLAAD Media Awards[edit]

The GLAAD Media Award was established in 1990 by the American Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation to "recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the LGBT community and the issues that affect their lives."[44] The Voice has received two nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Outstanding Reality Program The Voice Nominated [45]
2022 Nominated [46]

Imagen Awards[edit]

The Imagen Award is organized by the Imagen Foundation, an American organization with a purpose to "recognize and reward positive portrayals of Latinos in all forms of media".[47] The Voice has been nominated twice.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Best Variety or Reality Show The Voice Nominated [48]
2014 Nominated [49]

Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards[edit]

The American Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild presents annual awards to honor achievements of make-up artists and hair stylists in films, television shows, commercials and live theater events.[50] The Voice has won once.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 Best Contemporary Hair Styling – Television and New Media Series Shawn Finch and Jerilynn Straitiff Won [51]
2015 Shawn Finch, Jerilynn Straitiff, and Cheryl Marks Nominated [52]
2016 Shawn Finch, Jerilynn Straitiff, and Renee Ferruggia Nominated [53]
2017 Best Contemporary Make-up – Television and New Media Series Darcy Gilmore, Kristene Bernard, and Diane Mayo Nominated [54]
Best Contemporary Hair Styling – Television and New Media Series Jerilynn Stephens, Meagan Herrera-Schaaf, and Renee Ferruggia Nominated

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

The NAACP Image Award, presented annually by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, was established 1967 to honor people of color for their work in film, television, music, and literature.[55] The Voice has been nominated three times.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 Outstanding Reality Series The Voice Nominated [56]
2015 Nominated [57]
2016 Outstanding Reality Program/Reality Competition Series Nominated [58]

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, which are presented annually, were launched by Nickelodeon in 1988.[59] The Voice has won two awards.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Favorite Reality Show The Voice Nominated [60]
2014 Nominated [61]
2015 Favorite Talent Competition Show Won [62]
2016 Won [63]
2017 Favorite Reality Show Nominated [64]
2019 Nominated
2020 Nominated

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards are presented annually by Procter & Gamble and were first introduced in 1975. The awards show recognizes the work of popular culture, voted on by the general public.[65] The Voice has won six times.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Favorite TV Competition Show The Voice Nominated [66]
2013 Nominated [67]
2014 Won [68]
2015 Won [69]
2016 Won [70]
Favorite TV Show Nominated
2017 Favorite TV Competition Show Won [71]
2018 The Competition Show of 2018 Won
2021 The Competition Show of 2021 Won [72]

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Producers Guild of America Award is established by the Producers Guild of America to honor the producing teams in film, television and new media.[73] The Voice has four wins out of six nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Outstanding Producer of Competition Television The Voice Nominated [74]
2014 Won [75]
2015 Won [76]
2016 Won [77]
2017 Won [78]
2019 Nominated

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

A man with a black vest and a white shirt posing on red carpet at an award show
Adam Levine has been nominated for a Teen Choice Award three times winning once in 2014.

The Teen Choice Awards are presented annually by the Fox Broadcasting Company.[79] The Voice and the show's coaches have been nominated fifteen times; the reality show itself has won three times while Levine and Shakira have each won one award as coaches.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Choice TV: Reality Competition Show The Voice Nominated [80]
Choice TV: Breakout Show Won
Choice TV: Personality Christina Aguilera Nominated
Adam Levine Nominated
2012 Choice TV: Reality Competition Show The Voice Nominated [81]
Choice TV Personality: Male Cee Lo Green Nominated
Choice TV Personality: Female Christina Aguilera Nominated
2013 Choice TV: Reality Competition Show The Voice Nominated [82]
Choice TV Personality: Male Adam Levine Nominated
Blake Shelton Nominated
2014 Choice TV: Reality Competition Show The Voice Won [83]
Choice TV Personality: Male Adam Levine Won
Choice TV Personality: Female Shakira Won
2015 Choice TV: Reality Show The Voice Won [84]
2016 Nominated [85]
2017 Won [86]
2018 Choice TV: Reality Competition Show The Voice Nominated [87]
Choice TV Personality Kelly Clarkson Nominated

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

The TCA Award is an annual accolade awarded by the Television Critics Association in recognition of outstanding achievements in television.[88] The Voice has received nominations every year between 2011 and 2014.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming The Voice Nominated [89]
2012 Nominated [90]
2013 Nominated [91]
2014 Nominated [92]

TV Guide Awards[edit]

The TV Guide Awards are presented by American magazine TV Guide, with winners chosen by the readers to honor television programs and performers in American television.[93] The Voice has won three times.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Favorite Singing Competition The Voice Won [93]
2013 Favorite Reality Competition Won [94]
2014 Favorite Reality Competition Show Won [95]

Young Hollywood Awards[edit]

The Young Hollywood Awards are bestowed annually to honor the achievements in pop music, film and television, sports, fashion and social media.[96] The Voice has been nominated once.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 Reality Royalty The Voice Nominated [97]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Awards in the categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in the list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

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