List of awards and nominations received by The West Wing

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List of awards won by The West Wing
Allison-Janney in 2014.jpg

Allison Janney received numerous awards and nominations for her performance as C. J. Cregg, as well as is the most awarded cast member of the series

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 87 277
References

The West Wing is an American political drama television series that aired on NBC from September 22, 1999 to May 14, 2006, broadcasting 156 episodes over seven seasons. Created by Aaron Sorkin and produced by John Wells Productions and Warner Bros. Television, the show follows the lives of White House staffers, including the President. The show starred an ensemble cast who portrayed various staff members of the federal government.

The West Wing received 277 award nominations, winning 87 of them. This includes 95 Primetime Emmy Awards (with 26 wins), 20 Golden Globe Awards (2 wins), 20 Screen Actors Guild Awards (7 wins), 12 Television Critics Association Awards (5 wins), 12 Writers Guild of America Awards (2 wins), and 8 Directors Guild of America Awards (2 wins).

In addition to the cast winning the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and the Satellite Award for Outstanding Television Ensemble, several cast and crew members received awards and nominations for their individual work, including Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Stockard Channing, John Spencer, and Alan Alda.

Awards and nominations[edit]

ACE Eddie Awards[edit]

The Eddie Award is an annual accolade that was created by American Cinema Editors in 1962 to award outstanding achievements in editing in television and film.[1] The West Wing won two awards out of four nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result Ref
2000 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Television Christopher Nelson for "Pilot" Nominated [2]
2001 Tina Hirsch for "What Kind of Day Has it Been" Won [3]
2003 Janet Ashikaga for "Election Night" Won [4]
2004 for "25" Nominated [5]

ALMA Awards[edit]

Jimmy Smits won an ALMA award for his performance on the series

The American Latino Media Arts Award, commonly known as the ALMA Award, is an annual accolade bestowed by the National Council of La Raza recognizing American Latino contributions to television, film and music.[6] Martin Sheen received three nominations for Outstanding Actor in a Television Series, winning once. Jimmy Smits also won the award in 2006 while the series won for Outstanding Television Series.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 Outstanding Actor in a Television Series Martin Sheen Nominated [7]
2001 Won [8]
2002 Nominated [9]
2006 Outstanding Television Series Won [10]
Outstanding Actor in a Television Series Jimmy Smits Won

American Film Institute Awards[edit]

Established in 2000, the American Film Institute Awards (AFI) is presented by American Film Institute and honors the best ten outstanding films and television programs of each year.[11] The West Wing won two awards for Television Program of the Year.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2001 Drama Series of the Year Nominated [12]
Actor of the Year - Female - TV Series Allison Janney Nominated
2002 Television Program of the Year Won [13]
2006 Won [14]

American Society of Cinematographers Awards[edit]

Presented since 1986 by the American Society of Cinematographers, The American Society of Cinematographers Awards is an annual accolade that honors work in theatrical features, television projects and student films, and cinematographers and other filmmakers for their career achievements.[15] During its tenure, The West Wing won two out of its six nominations, all awarded to Thomas Del Ruth.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
2000 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Mini-Series/Pilot Thomas Del Ruth for "Pilot" Nominated [16]
2001 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Regular Series for "Noël" Won
2002 for "Bartlet for America" Won
2003 for "Holy Night" Nominated
2004 for "7A WF 83429" Nominated
2005 for "Gaza" Nominated

Artios Awards[edit]

Presented by the Casting Society of America, the Artios Award is an annual accolades honoring outstanding achievements in casting.[17] The West Wing received four nominations during its tenure, winning two awards.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 Best Casting for TV, Pilot Kevin Scott Nominated [18]
Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Episodic John Frank Levey, Kevin Scott and Barbara Miller Won
2001 Won [19]
2002 Anthony Sepulveda and Barbara Miller Nominated [20]

BMI TV & Film Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 BMI TV Music Award W. G. Snuffy Walden Won [21]
2001 Won [22]
2002 Won [23]
2003 Won [24]
2004 Won [25]
2005 Won [26]

Cinema Audio Society Awards[edit]

The Cinema Audio Society Awards, commonly abbreviated as CAS Awards, was created in 1964 and honors outstanding achievement in sound mixing.[27] The West Wing received four award nominations, winning two awards.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result Ref
2000 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Series Gary D. Rogers, Dan Hiland and Kenneth B. Ross for "In Excelsis Deo" Nominated [28]
2001 Dan Hiland, Gary D. Rogers and Mark Weingarten for "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen" Won [29]
2003 Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television - Series Dan Hiland, Gary D. Rogers and Patrick Hanson for "Posse Comitatus" Won [30]
2006 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series for "2162 Votes" Nominated [31]

Directors Guild of America Awards[edit]

Paris Barclay was nominated three times for his directorial work on the series

Presented by the Directors Guild of America since 1938, The Directors Guild of America Award honors excellence in the field of direction.[32] The West Wing received eight nominations for the award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama Series, winning twice.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
1999 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama Series Thomas Schlamme for "Pilot" Nominated [33]
2000 Paris Barclay for "The Portland Trip" Nominated [34]
Thomas Schlamme for "Noel" Won
2001 Paris Barclay for "The Indians in the Lobby" Nominated [35]
Thomas Schlamme for "Two Cathedrals" Nominated
2002 Paris Barclay for "Debate Camp" Nominated [36]
Alex Graves for "Posse Comitatus" Nominated
2003 Christopher Misiano, Dylan Massin (unit production manager), Douglas Ornstein (first assistant director), Catherine Bond (second assistant director) and Cary Jones (second second assistant director) for "25" Won [37]

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Primetime Emmy Award is an annual accolade presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for outstanding achievement in American prime time television programming.[38] The award recognizes outstanding achievement in television aspects such as acting, writing, and direction. During its tenure, The West Wing received 95 nominations, winning 26 of them.[39] The series won the award for Outstanding Drama Series four times between 2000 and 2003, tying with Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law and Mad Men for the most wins in that category. Allison Janney won the most individual Emmy awards among the cast, winning two for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and two for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. In the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category, the series won three consecutive times from 2000 to 2002, with Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford and John Spencer receiving the award during the respective years. The show won a fourth time in 2006, with Alan Alda receiving the award.

The more technical aspects such as cinematography and casting are awarded at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The West Wing won 12 Creative Arts Emmy awards, including three for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series and two for Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series.

Primetime Emmy Awards[edit]

Allison Janney won four Emmy awards in supporting and lead acting capacity for her performance as C. J. Cregg
Richard Schiff won an Emmy award for his portrayal of Toby Ziegler
Bradley Whitford won an Emmy award in 2001 for his role as Josh Lyman
Stockard Channing won an Emmy award for her performance as First Lady Abbey Bartlet
Mary-Louise Parker was nominated for an Emmy award in 2003 for her performance on the series
Matthew Perry was twice nominated for his guest performance on the series
Alan Alda won an Emmy award for his portrayal of Arnold Vinick
Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
2000 Outstanding Drama Series Kristin Harms, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells, Llewellyn Wells Won [40]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet for "Take This Sabbath Day" Nominated [41]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Richard Schiff as "Toby Ziegler" for "Five Votes Down" + "In Excelsis Deo" Won [42]
John Spencer as Leo McGarry for "Five Votes Down" + "Let Bartlet Be Bartlet" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as "First Lady Abbey Bartlet" for "The State Dinner" + "He Shall, from Time to Time..." Nominated [43]
Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg for "Celestial Navigation" + "Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics" Won
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Thomas Schlamme for "Pilot" Won [44]
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin Nominated [45]
Aaron Sorkin and Rick Cleveland for "In Excelsis Deo" Won
2001 Outstanding Drama Series Kevin Falls, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr., Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won [46]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn for "Somebody’s Going to Emergency, Somebody’s Going to Jail" Nominated [47]
Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet for "Two Cathedrals" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Richard Schiff as Toby Ziegler for "The Leadership Breakfast" + "17 People" Nominated [48]
John Spencer as Leo McGarry for "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen", Part 1 + "The Leadership Breakfast" Nominated
Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman for "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen", Part 2 + "Noël" Won
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as First Lady Abbey Bartlet for "Bartlet’s Third State of the Union" + "The War at Home" Nominated [49]
Allison Janney as "C. J. Cregg" for "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen", Part 1 + "Galileo" Won
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Oliver Platt as Oliver Babish for "The Fall's Gonna Kill You" Nominated [50]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Laura Innes for "Shibboleth" Nominated [51]
Thomas Schlamme for "In the Shadows of Two Gunmen" Won
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin Nominated [52]
2002 Outstanding Drama Series Kevin Falls, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Christopher Misiano, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won [53]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet for "Night Five" Nominated [54]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg for "The Women of Qumar" Won [55]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Dulé Hill as Charlie Young for "Hartsfield’s Landing" + "Enemies, Foreign, and Domestic" Nominated [56]
Richard Schiff as Toby Ziegler for "Hartfield’s Landing" + "Night Five" Nominated
John Spencer as Leo McGarry for "Bartlet for America" + "We Killed Yamamoto" Won
Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman for "H. Con-172" + "The Two Bartlets" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as First Lady Abbey Bartlet for "Dead Irish Writers" + "Gone Quiet" Won [57]
Mary-Louise Parker as "Amy Gardner" for "The Women of Qumar" + "H. Con-172" Nominated
Janel Moloney as "Donna Moss" for "On the Day Before" + "War Crimes" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Mark Harmon as Simon Donovan Nominated [58]
Tim Matheson as Vice President John Hoynes Nominated
Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Paris Barclay for "The Indians in the Lobby" Nominated [59]
Alex Graves for "Posse Comitatus" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin Nominated [60]
2003 Outstanding Drama Series Neal Ahern, Kevin Falls, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Christopher Misiano, Paul Redford, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells and Llewellyn Wells Won [61]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet for "Twenty Five" Nominated [62]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg for "The Long Goodbye" Nominated [63]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Spencer as Leo McGarry for "The Red Mass" + "Twenty Five" Nominated [64]
Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman for "20 Hours in America" + "Evidence of Things Not Seen" Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as First Lady Abbey Bartlet for "Privateers" + "Twenty Five" Nominated [65]
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Tim Matheson as Vice President John Hoynes Nominated [66]
Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Christopher Misiano for "Twenty Five" Won [67]
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Aaron Sorkin Nominated [68]
2004 Outstanding Drama Series Eli Attie, Carol Flint, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Alexa Junge, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Paul Redford, Andrew Stearn, John Wells, Llewellyn Wells, and John Sacret Young Nominated [69]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet for "Memorial Day" Nominated [70]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg for "Access" Won [71]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series John Spencer as Leo McGarry for "An Khe" + "Memorial Day" Nominated [72]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as First Lady Abbey Bartlet for "7A WF 83429" + "No Exit" Nominated [73]
Janel Moloney as "Donna Moss" for "No Exit" + "Gaza" Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy for "Separation of Powers" Nominated [74]
2005 Outstanding Drama Series Eli Attie, Carol Flint, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Andrew Stearn, John Wells, and John Sacret Young Nominated [75]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Alan Alda as Arnold Vinick for "King Corn" + "In God We Trust" Nominated [76]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as First Lady Abbey Bartlet for "Third-Day Story" + "The Wake Up Call" Nominated [77]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Alex Graves for "2162 Votes" Nominated [78]
2006 Outstanding Drama Series Eli Attie, Debora Cahn, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Michael Hissrich, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr., Andrew Stearn, Patrick Ward, and John Wells Nominated [79]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet for "Tomorrow" Nominated [80]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg for "Institutional Memory" Nominated [81]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Alan Alda as Arnold Vinick for "Two Weeks Out" + "The Last Hurrah" Won [82]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Mimi Leder for "Election Day: Part I" Nominated [83]

Creative Arts Emmy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
2000 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Camera Series Tony Fanning, Jon Hutman, and Ellen Totleben for "Pilot" Won [84]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series John Levey, Barbara Miller and Kevin Scott Won [85]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth for "Pilot" Won [86]
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Alice Daniels and Lyn Paolo for "The State Dinner" Nominated [87]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Series Tina Hirsch for "What Kind of Day Has It Been" Nominated [88]
Bill Johnson for "In Excelsis Deo" Nominated
Outstanding Main Title Design Mark Johnston and Billy Pittard Nominated [89]
Outstanding Main Title Theme Music W. G. Snuffy Walden Won [90]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Dan Hiland, Gary D. Rogers, Kenneth B. Rogers and Len Schmitz for "In Excelsis Deo" Won [91]
2001 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Ken Hardy and Eleln Totleben for "Noël" Nominated [92]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series John Levey, Barbara Miller and Kevin Scott Won [93]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth for "Noël" Won [94]
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) W.G Snuffy Walden for "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen" Nominated [95]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Bill Johnson for "Two Cathedrals" Won [96]
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Dan Hiland, Gary D. Rogers and Mark Weingarten for "In the Shadow of Two Gunmen", Part II Won [97]
2002 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Ken Hardy and Ellen Totleben for "Manchester", Part II Nominated [98]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Barbara Miller and Anthony Sepulveda Won [99]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth for "Bartlet for America" Won [100]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Janet Ashikaga for "100,000 Airplanes" Nominated [101]
Lauren A. Schaffer for "Bartlet for America" Nominated
2003 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Ken Hardy and Ellen Totleben for "20 Hours in America" Nominated [102]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Barbara Miller and Anthony Sepulveda Nominated [103]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth for "Holy Night" Nominated [104]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Janet Ashikaga for "Twenty Five" Nominated [105]
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Patrick Hanson, Dan Hiland and Gary D. Rogers Nominated [106]
2004 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Ken Hardy and Ellen Totleben for "Gaza" Nominated [107]
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Laura Schiff Nominated [108]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Thomas Del Ruth for "7A WF 83429" Nominated [109]
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series Casey Crabtree, Mike Crabtree, Catherine Flynn, Rick Hammel, Troy Hardy, Tom Harris, Rick M. Hromadka, Walter Newman, Gabrielle Reeves, John Reynolds, David Werntz and Darren Wright for "An Khe" Nominated [110]
Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series Patrick Hanson, Dan Hiland and Gary D. Rogers for "Gaza" Nominated [111]
2005 for "2162 Votes" Nominated [112]
2006 Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing For A Series Or Special Edward J. Greene and Andrew Stauber for "The Debate" Won [113]

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Rob Lowe received two Golden Globe nominations for his role as Sam Seaborn

Presented since 1949, the Golden Globe Award is an annual accolade awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for outstanding achievements in film and television.[114] The West Wing received 20 nominations during its tenure, winning two awards for Best Actor – Television Series Drama, awarded to Martin Sheen, and Best Television Series – Drama.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1999 Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [115]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn Nominated
Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated
2000 Best Television Series – Drama Won [116]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn Nominated
Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Bradley Whitford for Josh Lyman Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated
2001 Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [117]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Bradley Whitford for Josh Lyman Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated
2002 Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [118]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film John Spencer as Leo McGarry Nominated
Bradley Whitford for Josh Lyman Nominated
2003 Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [119]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

Founded in 1953, the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) is an honorary society of motion picture sound editors. Since 1989, they present the Golden Reel Awards, in which honors the best work in the various areas of sound editing.[120] The West Wing received five award nominations during its tenure.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
2001 Best Sound Editing - Television Episodic - Dialogue & ADR Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Catherine Flynn and Jessica Goodwin for "What Kind Of Day Has It Been" Nominated [121]
2002 Best Sound Editing in Television - Dialogue & ADR, Episodic Walter Newman, Catherine Flynn, Thomas A. Harris, Jennifer Mertens, Eric Hertsguaard and Karen Spangenberg for "Manchester", Part II Nominated [122]
2003 Best Sound Editing in Television Episodic - Dialogue & ADR Walter Newman, Catherine Flynn, Thomas A. Harris, Constance A. Kazmer, Karen Spangenberg and Denise Horta for "Game On" Nominated [123]
2004 Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Catherine Flynn, Karyn Foster, and Gabrielle Gilbert Reeves for "Twenty-Five" Nominated [124]
2006 Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement Walter Newman, Thomas A. Harris, Catherine Flynn, Virginia Cook-McGowan, and Steffan Falesitch for "The Ticket" Nominated [125]

Humanitas Prize[edit]

Awarded since 1974, the Humanitas Prize is an annual accolade that recognizes outstanding achievement of writers in film and television whose work promotes human dignity, meaning and freedom.[126] The West Wing received five award nominations, winning three awards.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episodes(s) Result Ref
2000 60 Minute Category Aaron Sorkin and Rick Cleveland for "In Excelsis Deo" Nominated [127]
Aaron Sorkin (teleplay and story), Lawrence O'Donnell (story) and Paul Redford (story) for "Take This Sabbath Day" Won
2002 Aaron Sorkin for "Two Cathedrals" Won [128]
2005 John Wells for "NSF Thurmont" Won [129]
2007 Eli Attie and John Wells for "Election Day", Part II Nominated [130]

Imagen Foundation Awards[edit]

The Imagen Award, also known as the Latino Golden Globes, is an annual accolade presented by the Imagen Foundation since 1985 that awards positive portrayals of Latinos in television, film, and the web.[131] The West Wing won four awards out of five nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 Best Primetime TV Drama Won [132]
2005 Best Primetime Series for "La Palabra" Won [133]
Best Actor - Television Jimmy Smits Won
2006 Best Primetime Series for "La Palabra" Won [134]
Best Actor - Television Jimmy Smits Nominated

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

The NAACP Image Award was established in 1967 and is an accolade presented by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor outstanding people of color in film, television, music, and literature.[135] The West Wing has received six nominations, with Dulé Hill receiving four nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2001 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Dulé Hill Nominated [136]
2002 Nominated [137]
2003 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Deavere Smith Nominated [138]
2004 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Dulé Hill Nominated [139]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Deavere Smith Nominated
2005 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Dulé Hill Nominated [140]

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. The West Wing won the award for the year of 1999, with the award committee lauding it for "showing that audiences can be edified, as well as entertained, by the inner workings of a modern-day presidency." The series won again for the year of 2000, highlighting the cast and select episodes as evidence of "an intricate and noble series."

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1999 NBC, John Wells Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television Won [141]
2000 Won [142]

Producers Guild of America Awards[edit]

The Producers Guild of America Awards was established in 1990 by the Producers Guild of America, in order to honor the visionaries who produce and execute motion picture and television product.[143] The West Wing received eight award nominations, winning two awards for Best Episodic Drama, the award for Most Promising Producer in Television and the Vision Award for Television.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1999 Best Episodic Television John Wells, Aaron Sorkin and Thomas Schlamme Nominated [144]
Most Promising Producer in Television Aaron Sorkin Won
Vision Award for Television John Wells Won
2000 Best Episodic Drama John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Llewellyn Wells and Michael Hissrich Won [145]
2001 John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Llewellyn Wells, Christopher Misiano, Alex Graves, Michael Hissrich Won
2002 Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, John Wells, Michael Hissrich, Alex Graves, Christopher Misiano and Llewellyn Wells Nominated [146]
2003 Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, John Wells, Alex Graves, Christopher Misiano, Llewellyn Wells and Neal Ahern Jr. Nominated [147]
2004 John Wells, Alex Graves, Christopher Misiano, Llewellyn Wells and Neal Ahern Jr. Nominated [148]

Satellite Awards[edit]

The Satellite Award is an annual accolade bestowed by the International Press Academy since 1997 in recognition of outstanding achievements in film, television and new media.[149] During its tenure, The West Wing received ten award nominations, winning five.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1999 Best Television Series – Drama Won [150]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Martin Sheen Won
2000 Best Television Series – Drama Won [151]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Martin Sheen Nominated
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Allison Janney Won
Outstanding Television Ensemble Won
2001 Best Television Series – Drama Nominated [152]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Martin Sheen Nominated
2002 Nominated [153]
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Allison Janney Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards[edit]

Martin Sheen won two SAG awards for his individual performance as Josiah Bartlet
Lily Tomlin was nominated for an individual SAG award her role on the series

Presented by the Screen Actors Guild, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award recognizes outstanding individual and ensemble performances.[154] The West Wing received 20 SAG award nominations, with Martin Sheen winning three awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, Allison Janney winning two awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series and the cast winning two awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
1999 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated [155]
2000 Won [156]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Moira Kelly, Rob Lowe, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, John Spencer and Bradley Whitford Won
2001 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Won [157]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Won
Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Stockard Channing, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Rob Lowe, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, John Spencer and Bradley Whitford Won
2002 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated [158]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated
Lily Tomlin as Deborah Fiderer Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Stockard Channing, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Rob Lowe, Joshua Malina, Janel Moloney, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, John Spencer, Lily Tomlin and Bradley Whitford Nominated
2003 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Martin Sheen as Josiah Bartlet Nominated [159]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet Nominated
Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Stockard Channing, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, John Spencer and Bradley Whitford Nominated
2004 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Allison Janney as C. J. Cregg Nominated [160]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Stockard Channing, Kristin Chenoweth, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina, Mary McCormack, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, John Spencer, Lily Tomlin and Bradley Whitford Nominated
2005 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Alan Alda as Arnold Vinick Nominated [161]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Alan Alda, Kristin Chenoweth, Janeane Garofalo, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina, Mary McCormack, Janel Moloney, Teri Polo, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, Jimmy Smits, John Spencer and Bradley Whitford Nominated

Television Critics Association Awards[edit]

Aaron Sorkin was nominated for a TCA award for Individual Achievement in Drama

Awarded by 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.[162] The West Wing has received twelve nominations, winning two for Outstanding Achievement in Drama, an award for Program of the Year, an award for Outstanding New Program and Heritage Award.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 Program of the Year Won [163]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Won
Outstanding New Program Won
Individual Achievement in Drama Allison Janney Nominated
Martin Sheen Nominated
Aaron Sorkin Nominated
2001 Program of the Year Nominated [164][165]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Won
Individual Achievement in Drama Martin Sheen Nominated
2002 Nominated [166]
2006 Alan Alda Nominated [167][168]
Heritage Award Won

TV Guide Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 Favorite New Series Nominated [169]
Favorite Actor in a New Series Martin Sheen Won
2001 Drama Series of the Year Won [170]
Actor of the Year in a Drama Series Martin Sheen Won
Actress of the Year in a Drama Series Allison Janney Nominated
Supporting Actor of the Year in a Drama Series Rob Lowe Nominated
John Spencer Nominated
Supporting Actress of the Year in a Drama Series Stockard Channing Nominated

Viewers for Quality Television Awards[edit]

The Q Award, presented by the Viewers for Quality Television since 1986, recognizes critically acclaimed programs and performers for their outstanding achievements in television.[171] The West Wing received five nominations, winning three awards.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2000 Best Quality Drama Series Won [172]
Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series Martin Sheen Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series John Spencer Won
Bradley Whitford Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series Allison Janney Nominated

Writers Guild of America Awards[edit]

Lawrence O'Donnell Jr. had two episodes he was credited for nominated for a WGA award

Presented by the Writers Guild of America (WGA), the Writers Guild of America Award is an annual accolade that recognizes outstanding achievement of writers in film, television, radio, promotional writing and videogames.[173] The West Wing received twelve award nominations, winning two awards for Television: Episodic Drama.

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result Ref
2000 Television: Episodic Drama Ron Osborn, Jeff Reno, Rick Cleveland, Lawrence O'Donnell Jr., and Patrick Caddell for "Enemies" Nominated [174]
Aaron Sorkin and Rick Cleveland for "In Excelsis Deo" Won
Aaron Sorkin, Lawrence O'Donnell Jr., and Paul Redford for "Take This Sabbath Day" Nominated
2001 Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin for "Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail" Nominated [175]
Aaron Sorkin for "Two Cathedrals" Nominated
2002 Aaron Sorkin and Paul Redford for "Game On" Nominated [176]
2003 Alexa Junge and Lauren Schmidt for "Disaster Relief" Nominated [177]
2004 Debora Cahn for "The Supremes" Won [178]
John Sacret Young and Josh Singer for "Memorial Day" Nominated
2005 Television: Dramatic Series Eli G. Attie, Debora T. Cahn, Carol Flint, Mark A. Goffman, Alex Graves, Peter R. Noah, Lawrence O'Donnell Jr., Lauren E. Schmidt, Josh Singer, Aaron Sorkin, John M. Wells, Bradley Whitford, John Sacret Young Nominated [179]
Television: Episodic Drama Carol Flint for "A Good Day" Nominated
2006 Eli Attie and John Wells for "Election Day: Part II" Nominated [180]

Other awards[edit]

Award Year of ceremony Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards 1999 Excellence in Production Design for a Television Series Jon Hutman and Tony Fanning Won [181]
2001 Excellence in Production Design in Television, Single Camera Series Kenneth Hardy Nominated [182]
Banff Rockie Award 2003 Best Continuing Series Won [183]
Costume Designers Guild Award 2003 Best Costume Design – Contemporary TV Series Lyn Paolo Nominated [184]
E Pluribus Unum Award 2000 Television Series - Drama Nominated [185]
Environmental Media Awards 2003 EMA Award for Episodic Television - Drama for "Privateers" Won [186]
2004 for "Constituency of One" Nominated [187]
2005 for "The Hubbert Peak" Won [186]
Family Television Awards 2000 Drama Won [188]
2001 Nominated [189]
GLAAD Media Awards 2001 Special Recognition Award Won [190]
Golden Nymph Awards 2002 Outstanding International Producer John Wells, Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Llewellyn Wells, Christopher Misiano, Alex Graves, and Michael Hissrich Won [191]
2003 Outstanding Actress Allison Janney Won [192]
Makeup Artist & Hairstylist Guild Awards 2001 Best Contemporary Hair Styling - Television (For a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) Jeffrey Sacino and Tony Williams for "Noel" Nominated [193]
PRISM Awards 2003 Drama Series Episode for Television for "The Red Mass" Nominated [194]
for "Stirred" Nominated
Performance in a Television Drama Series Episode Tim Matheson Won [195]
John Spencer Won
Publicists Guild of America Awards 2001 Maxwell Weinberg Award - Television Warner Bros. Television Nominated [196]
Youth Artist Awards 2001 Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Guest Starring Young Actress Elisabeth Moss Nominated [197]
2006 Best Performance in a Television Series (Comedy or Drama) - Guest Starring Young Actor Seth Adkins Nominated [198]

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