Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series

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The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series is an annual award presented as part of the Primetime Emmy Awards. It was created in 2000, alongside the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series.

Winners and nominations[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Network Nominees
2000[1] The West Wing "Pilot" NBC Thomas Del Ruth
Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Hush" The WB Michael Gershman
JAG "Boomerang, Part 2" CBS Hugo Cortina
Law & Order "Entitled, Part 2" NBC Constantine Makris
The Sopranos "D-Girl" HBO Phil Abraham
2001[2] The West Wing "Noël" NBC Thomas Del Ruth
Ally McBeal "Cloudy Skies, Chance of Parade" Fox Billy Dickson
JAG "Adrift, Part 1" CBS Hugo Cortina
Law & Order "Endurance" NBC John Beymer
The Practice "The Deal" ABC Dennis Smith
The X-Files "This is Not Happening" Fox Bill Roe
2002[3] Alias "Truth Be Told" ABC Michael Bonvillain
Ally McBeal "Reality Bites" Fox Billy Dickson
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Identity Crisis" CBS Jonathan West
Six Feet Under "Driving Mr. Mossback" HBO Alan Caso
The West Wing "Bartlet for America" NBC Thomas Del Ruth
2003[4] CSI: Miami "Simple Man" CBS Michael D. O’Shea
Alias "Double Agent" ABC Michael Bonvillain
Six Feet Under "Nobody Sleeps" HBO Alan Caso
The West Wing "Holy Night" NBC Thomas Del Ruth
2004[5] Carnivàle "Pick a Number" HBO Jeff Jur
Alias "Conscious" ABC Donald E. Thorin
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "XX" CBS Frank Byers
The Sopranos "Irregular Around the Margins" HBO Phil Abraham
The West Wing "7A WF 83429" NBC Thomas Del Ruth
2005[6] Deadwood "Complications" HBO James Glennon
24 "Day 4: 5:00 a.m. — 6:00 a.m." Fox Rodney Charters
Carnivàle "The Road to Damascus" HBO Jim Denault
"Lincoln Highway" Jeff Jur
Six Feet Under "Untitled" Lowell Peterson
2006[7] CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Gum Drops" CBS Michael Slovis
24 "Day 5: 9:00 p.m. — 10:00 p.m." Fox Rodney Charters
Everybody Hates Chris "Everybody Hates Funerals" UPN Mark Doering-Powell
Lost "Man of Science, Man of Faith" ABC Michael Bonvillain
The Sopranos "The Ride" HBO Phil Abraham
2007[8] Rome "Passover" HBO Alik Sakharov
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Built to Kill: Part I" CBS Michael Slovis
Deadwood "The Catbird Seat" HBO Joseph Gallagher
The Sopranos "Soprano Home Movies" Phil Abraham
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip "Pilot" NBC Thomas Del Ruth

Between 2008-2010, awards were bestowed for Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour Series and Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-Hour Series.

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Network Nominees
2011[9] Boardwalk Empire "Home" HBO Jonathan Freeman
Boardwalk Empire "Boardwalk Empire" HBO Stuart Dryburgh
"A Return to Normalcy" Kramer Morgenthau
The Borgias "The Poisoned Chalice" + "The Assassin" Showtime Paul Sarossy
The Good Wife "Double Jeopardy" CBS Fred Murphy
2012[10] Boardwalk Empire "21" HBO Jonathan Freeman
Breaking Bad "Face Off" AMC Michael Slovis
Glee "Asian F" Fox Michael Goi
Mad Men "The Phantom" AMC Christopher Manley
Pan Am "Pilot" ABC John Lindley
2013[11] House of Cards "Chapter 1" Netflix Eigil Bryld
Boardwalk Empire "Margate Sands" HBO Bill Coleman
Breaking Bad "Gliding Over All" AMC Michael Slovis
Game of Thrones "Mhysa" HBO Robert McLachlan
Homeland "Beirut is Back" Showtime Nelson Cragg
Mad Men "The Doorway" AMC Christopher Manley
2014[12] True Detective "Who Goes There" HBO Adam Arkapaw
Breaking Bad "Granite State" AMC Michael Slovis
Game of Thrones "The Lion and the Rose" HBO Anette Haellmigk
"Two Swords" Jonathan Freeman
Homeland "The Star" Showtime David Klein
House of Cards "Chapter 18" Netflix Igor Martinovic
2015[13] Boardwalk Empire "Golden Days for Boys and Girls" HBO Jonathan Freeman
Game of Thrones "The Dance of Dragons" HBO Rob McLachlan
"Hardhome" Fabian Wagner
"Sons of the Harpy" Anette Haellmigk
"Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken" Greg Middleton
The Good Wife "The Line" CBS Fred Murphy
House of Cards "Chapter 29" Netflix Martin Ahlgren
2016[14]
Bates Motel "A Danger to Himself and Others" A&E John S. Bartley
Downton Abbey "Episode 9" PBS Graham Frake
Game of Thrones "Home" HBO Gregory Middleton
Gotham "Azrael" Fox Crescenzo Giacomo Notarile
Homeland "The Tradition of Hospitality" Showtime David Klein
House of Cards "Chapter 45" Netflix David M. Dunlap
The Man in the High Castle "The New World" Amazon James Hawkinson

References[edit]

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