Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series
Awarded for Outstanding Comedy Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1952
Currently held by Veep (2016)
Official website emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series is an annual award given to the best television comedy series of the year.

Winners and nominations[edit]

The following tables, divided by decade, show the winners and nominees of the "Comedy Series" award, according to the Primetime Emmy Awards database:

1950s[edit]

Year Program Network
1952 The Red Skelton Show NBC
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show CBS
The Herb Shriner Show ABC
I Love Lucy CBS
You Bet Your Life NBC
1953 I Love Lucy CBS
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet ABC
Amos 'n' Andy CBS
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
Mister Peepers NBC
Our Miss Brooks CBS
1954 I Love Lucy CBS
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show CBS
Mister Peepers NBC
Our Miss Brooks CBS
Topper
1955 Make Room for Daddy ABC
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show CBS
I Love Lucy
Mister Peepers NBC
Our Miss Brooks CBS
Private Secretary
1956 The Phil Silvers Show CBS
The Bob Cummings Show NBC
Caesar's Hour
The George Gobel Show
The Jack Benny Program CBS
Make Room for Daddy ABC
1957 The Phil Silvers Show CBS
Alfred Hitchcock Presents CBS
Father Knows Best NBC
The Jack Benny Program CBS
Person to Person
1958 The Phil Silvers Show CBS
The Bob Cummings Show NBC
Caesar's Hour
Father Knows Best
The Jack Benny Program CBS
1959 The Jack Benny Program CBS
The Bob Cummings Show NBC
The Danny Thomas Show CBS
Father Knows Best CBS NBC
The Phil Silvers Show CBS
The Red Skelton Show

1960s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
19591960
(12th)[1]
The Art Carney Special Information not available NBC
The Danny Thomas Show Information not available CBS
Father Knows Best Information not available
The Jack Benny Program Information not available
The Red Skelton Show Information not available
19601961
(13th)[2]
The Jack Benny Program Information not available CBS
The Andy Griffith Show Information not available CBS
Bob Hope Buick Show Information not available NBC
Candid Camera Information not available CBS
The Flintstones Information not available ABC
19611962
(14th)[3]
The Bob Newhart Show Information not available NBC
The Andy Griffith Show Information not available CBS
Car 54, Where Are You? Information not available NBC
Hazel Information not available
The Red Skelton Show Information not available CBS
19621963
(15th)[4]
The Dick Van Dyke Show Information not available CBS
The Beverly Hillbillies Information not available CBS
The Danny Kaye Show with Lucille Ball Information not available NBC
McHale's Navy Information not available ABC
19631964
(16th)[5]
The Dick Van Dyke Show Information not available CBS
The Bill Dana Show Information not available NBC
The Farmer's Daughter Information not available ABC
McHale's Navy Information not available
That Was the Week That Was Information not available NBC
19641965
(17th)
No specific award offered[6][7]
19651966
(18th)[8]
The Dick Van Dyke Show Carl Reiner (producer) CBS
Batman Howie Horwitz (producer) ABC
Bewitched Jerry Davis (producer)
Get Smart Leonard Stern (executive producer) NBC
Hogan's Heroes Edward H. Feldman (producer) CBS
19661967
(19th)[9]
The Monkees Bert Schneider (producer), Bob Rafelson (producer) NBC
The Andy Griffith Show Bob Ross (producer) CBS
Bewitched William Froug (producer) ABC
Get Smart Arnie Rosen (producer) NBC
Hogan's Heroes Edward H. Feldman (producer) CBS
19671968
(20th)[10]
Get Smart Burt Nodella (producer) NBC
Bewitched William Asher (producer) ABC
Family Affair Edmund L. Hartmann (producer) CBS
Hogan's Heroes Edward H. Feldman (producer)
The Lucy Show Tommy Thompson (producer)
19681969
(21st)[11]
Get Smart Burt Nodella (producer) NBC
Bewitched William Asher (producer) ABC
Family Affair Edmund L. Hartmann (producer) CBS
Julia Hal Kanter (executive producer) NBC
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir Stanley Rubin (producer)

1970s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
19691970
(22nd)[12]
My World and Welcome to It Sheldon Leonard (executive producer), Danny Arnold NBC
The Bill Cosby Show Bill Cosby (executive producer), Marvin Miller (producer) NBC
The Courtship of Eddie's Father James Komack (producer) ABC
Love, American Style Arnold Margolin (executive producer), Jim Parker (executive producer), William P. D'Angelo (producer)
Room 222 Gene Reynolds (producer)
19701971
(23rd)[13]
All in the Family Norman Lear (producer) CBS
Arnie Rick Mittleman (producer) CBS
Love, American Style Arnold Margolin (executive producer), Jim Parker (executive producer), Bill Idelson (producer), Harvey Miller (producer), William P. D'Angelo (producer) ABC
The Mary Tyler Moore Show James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), David Davis (producer) CBS
The Odd Couple Jerry Belson (executive producer), Garry Marshall (executive producer), Jerry Davis (producer) ABC
19711972
(24th)[14]
All in the Family Norman Lear (producer) CBS
The Mary Tyler Moore Show James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), David Davis (producer) CBS
The Odd Couple Jerry Belson (executive producer), Garry Marshall (executive producer), Jerry Davis (producer) ABC
Sanford and Son Bud Yorkin (executive producer), Aaron Ruben (producer) NBC
19721973
(25th)[15]
All in the Family Norman Lear (executive producer), John Rich CBS
M*A*S*H Gene Reynolds CBS
The Mary Tyler Moore Show James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger
Maude Norman Lear (executive producer), Rod Parker
Sanford and Son Bud Yorkin (executive producer), Aaron Ruben (producer) NBC
19731974
(26th)[16]
M*A*S*H Gene Reynolds, Larry Gelbart CBS
All in the Family Norman Lear (executive producer), John Rich CBS
The Mary Tyler Moore Show James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger
The Odd Couple Garry Marshall (executive producer), Anthony W. Marshall (producer), Harvey Miller (executive producer) ABC
19741975
(27th)[17]
The Mary Tyler Moore Show James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger, Stan Daniels CBS
All in the Family Don Nicholl (executive producer), Michael Ross, Bernard West CBS
M*A*S*H Gene Reynolds (producer), Larry Gelbart (producer)
Rhoda James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), David Davis (producer), Lorenzo Music (producer)
19751976
(28th)[18]
The Mary Tyler Moore Show James L. Brooks (executive producer), Allan Burns (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (producer), Stan Daniels CBS
All in the Family Hal Kanter (executive producer), Norman Lear (executive producer), Heywood Kling (executive producer), Lou Derman (producer), Bill Davenport (producer) CBS
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer), Chris Hayward (producer), Arne Sultan (producer) ABC
M*A*S*H Gene Reynolds (producer), Larry Gelbart (producer) CBS
Welcome Back, Kotter James Komack (executive producer), Alan Sacks (producer), George Yanok (producer), Eric Cohen (producer) ABC
19761977
(29th)[19]
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Allan Burns (executive producer), James L. Brooks (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (producer), Stan Daniels (producer) CBS
All in the Family Mort Lachman (executive producer), Milt Josefsberg (producer) CBS
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer/prodcuer), Roland Kibbee (producer) ABC
The Bob Newhart Show Tom Patchett (executive producer), Jay Tarses (executive producer), Michael Zinberg (producer), Gordon Farr (producer), Lynne Farr (producer) CBS
M*A*S*H Gene Reynolds (executive producer), Allan Katz (producer), Don Reo (producer), Burt Metcalfe (producer)
19771978
(30th)[20]
All in the Family Mort Lachman (executive producer), Milt Josefsberg (producer) CBS
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer), Tony Sheehan (producer) ABC
M*A*S*H Burt Metcalfe (producer) CBS
Soap Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (producer) ABC
Three's Company Don Nicholl (producer), Michael Ross (producer), Bernard West (producer)
19781979
(31st)[21]
Taxi James L. Brooks (executive producer), Stan Daniels (executive producer), David Davis (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (executive producer), Glen Charles (producer), Les Charles (producer) ABC
All in the Family Mort Lachman (executive producer), Milt Josefsberg (producer) CBS
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer), Tony Sheehan (co-producer), Reinhold Weege (co-producer) ABC
M*A*S*H Burt Metcalfe (producer) CBS
Mork & Mindy Garry Marshall (executive producer), Anthony W. Marshall (executive producer), Dale McRaven (producer), Bruce Johnson (producer) ABC

1980s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
19791980
(32nd)[22]
Taxi James L. Brooks (executive producer), Stan Daniels (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (executive producer), Glen Charles (producer), Les Charles (producer) ABC
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer), Tony Sheehan (producer), Noam Pitlik (producer), Gary Shaw (co-producer) ABC
M*A*S*H Burt Metcalfe (executive producer), Jim Mulligan (producer), John Rappaport (producer) CBS
Soap Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (producer) ABC
WKRP in Cincinnati Hugh Wilson (executive producer), Rod Daniel (producer) CBS
19801981
(33rd)[23]
Taxi James L. Brooks (executive producer), Stan Daniels (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (executive producer), Glen Charles (producer), Les Charles (producer) ABC
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer), Tony Sheehan (producer), Noam Pitlik (producer), Gary Shaw (co-producer) ABC
M*A*S*H Burt Metcalfe (executive producer), John Rappaport (producer) CBS
Soap Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (executive producer), Stu Silver (producer), Dick Clair (producer), Jenna McMahon (producer) ABC
WKRP in Cincinnati Hugh Wilson (executive producer), Rod Daniel (supervising producer), Blake Hunter (producer), Steven Kampmann (producer), Pj Torokvei (producer) CBS
19811982
(34th)[24]
Barney Miller Danny Arnold (executive producer), Roland Kibbee (executive producer), Frank Dungan (producer), Jeff Stein (producer), Gary Shaw (co-producer) ABC
Love, Sidney George Eckstein (executive producer), Ernest Chambers (supervising producer), Bob Brunner (supervising producer), Ken Hecht (supervising producer), April Kelly (producer), Mel Tolkin (producer), Jim Parker (producer) NBC
M*A*S*H Burt Metcalfe (executive producer), John Rappaport (supervising producer), Thad Mumford (producer), Dan Wilcox (producer), Dennis Koenig (producer) CBS
Taxi James L. Brooks (executive producer), Stan Daniels (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (executive producer), Glen Charles (supervising producer), Les Charles (supervising producer), Ken Estin (producer), Howard Gewirtz (producer), Ian Praiser (producer), Richard Sakai (co-producer) ABC
WKRP in Cincinnati Hugh Wilson (executive producer), Blake Hunter (producer), Pj Torokvei (producer), Dan Guntzelman (producer), Steve Marshall (producer) CBS
19821983
(35th)[25]
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Ken Levine, David Isaacs (NBC) NBC
Buffalo Bill Bernie Brillstein (executive producer), Tom Patchett (executive producer), Jay Tarses (executive producer), Dennis Klein (producer), Carol Gary (producer) NBC
M*A*S*H Burt Metcalfe (executive producer), John Rappaport (supervising producer), Dan Wilcox (producer), Thad Mumford (producer) CBS
Newhart Barry Kemp (executive producer), Sheldon Bull (producer)
Taxi James L. Brooks (executive producer), Stan Daniels (executive producer), Ed. Weinberger (executive producer), Ken Estin (producer), Sam Simon (producer), Richard Sakai (producer) NBC
19831984
(36th)[26]
Cheers James Burrows (producer), Glen Charles (producer), Les Charles (producer) NBC
Buffalo Bill Bernie Brillstein (executive producer), Tom Patchett (executive producer), Jay Tarses (executive producer), Dennis Klein (producer), Carol Gary (producer) NBC
Family Ties Gary David Goldberg (executive producer), Lloyd Garver (executive producer/producer), Michael J. Weithorn (producer), Carol Himes (co-producer)
Kate & Allie Mort Lachman (executive producer), Merrill Grant (executive producer), Bill Persky (producer), Bob Randall (producer), George Barimo (coordinating producer) CBS
Newhart Barry Kemp (executive producer), Sheldon Bull (producer)
19841985
(37th)[27]
The Cosby Show Marcy Carsey (executive producer), Tom Werner (executive producer), Earl Pomerantz (co-executive producer), Elliot Shoenman (co-executive producer), John Markus (supervising producer), Caryn Mandabach (producer), Jerry Ross (co-producer), Michael Loman (co-producer) NBC
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Ken Estin (producer), Sam Simon (producer) NBC
Family Ties Gary David Goldberg (executive producer), Lloyd Garver (executive producer), Michael J. Weithorn (supervising producer), Ruth Bennett (producer), Alan Uger (producer), Carol Himes (line producer)
Kate & Allie Mort Lachman (executive producer), Merrill Grant (executive producer), Bill Persky (producer), Bob Randall (producer), Allan Leicht (co-producer), George Barimo (coordinating producer) CBS
Night Court Reinhold Weege (executive producer), Jeff Melman (producer) NBC
19851986
(38th)[28]
The Golden Girls Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Paul Bogart (supervising producer), Kathy Speer, Terry Grossman, Marsha Posner Williams (co-producer) NBC
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Peter Casey, David Lee, Heide Perlman, David Angell, Tim Berry (co-producer) NBC
The Cosby Show Marcy Carsey (executive producer), Tom Werner (executive producer), John Markus (co-executive producer), Caryn Mandabach (producer), Carmen Finestra (producer), Matt Williams (co-producer)
Family Ties Gary David Goldberg (executive producer), Michael J. Weithorn (supervising producer), Alan Uger (producer), Ruth Bennett (producer), Carol Himes (line producer)
Kate & Allie Mort Lachman (executive producer), Merrill Grant (executive producer), Bill Persky (producer), Bob Randall (producer), George Barimo (coordinating producer) CBS
19861987
(39th)[29]
The Golden Girls Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (executive producer), Kathy Speer (producer), Terry Grossman (producer), Mort Nathan (co-producer), Barry Fanaro (co-producer), Winifred Hervey (co-producer), Marsha Posner Williams (co-producer) NBC
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Peter Casey (producer), David Lee (producer), David Angell (producer), Tim Berry (co-producer) NBC
The Cosby Show Marcy Carsey (executive producer), Tom Werner (executive producer), John Markus (co-executive producer), Carmen Finestra (supervising producer/co-producer), Caryn Mandabach (producer), Matt Williams (producer), Gary Kott (co-producer)
Family Ties Gary David Goldberg (executive producer), Alan Uger (supervising producer), Ruth Bennett (supervising producer), Marc Lawrence (producer), Carol Himes (line producer), June Galas (co-producer)
Night Court Reinhold Weege (executive producer), Jeff Melman (supervising producer), Bob Stevens (producer), Tim Steele (co-producer)
19871988
(40th)[30]
The Wonder Years Carol Black (executive producer), Neal Marlens (executive producer), Jeffrey Silver (producer) ABC
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Peter Casey (producer), David Lee (producer), David Angell (producer), Tim Berry (co-producer) NBC
Frank's Place Hugh Wilson (executive producer), Tim Reid (executive producer), Max Tash (producer), David Chambers (producer), Richard Dubin (co-producer), Samm-Art Williams (co-producer) CBS
The Golden Girls Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (executive producer), Kathy Speer (co-executive producer), Terry Grossman (co-executive producer), Mort Nathan (supervising producer), Barry Fanaro (supervising producer), Winifred Hervey, Marsha Posner Williams (co-producer), Fredric Weiss (co-producer), Jeffrey Ferro (co-producer) NBC
Night Court Reinhold Weege (executive producer), Jeff Melman (supervising producer), Tom Straw (producer), Linwood Boomer (producer), Tim Steele (co-producer)
19881989
(41st)[31]
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Cherie Steinkellner (producer), Bill Steinkellner (producer), Peter Casey (producer), David Lee (producer), David Angell (producer), Phoef Sutton (co-producer), Tim Berry (co-producer) NBC
Designing Women Harry Thomason (executive producer), Linda Bloodworth-Thomason (executive producer), Pamela Norris (supervising producer), Tommy Thompson (producer), Douglas Jackson (producer), David Trainer (co-producer) CBS
The Golden Girls Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (executive producer), Kathy Speer (co-executive producer), Terry Grossman (co-executive producer), Mort Nathan (co-executive producer), Barry Fanaro (co-executive producer), Eric Cohen (supervising producer), Martin Weiss (co-producer), Robert Bruce (co-producer) NBC
Murphy Brown Diane English (executive producer), Joel Shukovsky (executive producer), Korby Siamis (supervising producer), Tom Seeley (producer), Norm Gunzenhauser (producer), Russ Woody (producer), Deborah Smith (coordinating producer), Frank Pace (producer) CBS
The Wonder Years Carol Black (executive producer), Neal Marlens (executive producer), Bob Brush (co-executive producer), Steve Miner (supervising producer), Jeffrey Silver (producer) ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
19891990
(42nd)[32]
Murphy Brown Diane English (executive producer), Joel Shukovsky (executive producer), Korby Siamis (consulting producer), Tom Seeley (producer), Norm Gunzenhauser (producer), Russ Woody (producer), Gary Dontzig (producer), Steven Peterman (producer), Barnet Kellman (producer), Deborah Smith (co-producer) CBS
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Cherie Steinkellner (co-executive producer), Bill Steinkellner (co-executive producer), Phoef Sutton (co-executive producer), Tim Berry, Andy Ackerman (co-producer) NBC
Designing Women Linda Bloodworth-Thomason (executive producer), Harry Thomason (executive producer), Pamela Norris (supervising producer), Douglas Jackson (producer), Tommy Thompson (producer), David Trainer (co-producer) CBS
The Golden Girls Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (executive producer), Marc Sotkin (co-executive producer), Terry Hughes (co-executive producer), Tom Whedon (supervising producer), Phillip Jayson Lasker (supervising producer), Gail Parent (producer), Martin Weiss (producer), Robert Bruce (producer), Tracy Gamble (co-producer), Richard Vaczy (co-producer) NBC
The Wonder Years Bob Brush (executive producer), Bob Stevens (co-executive producer), Jill Gordon (co-executive producer), Matthew Carlson, Michael Dinner, Ken Topolsky, Kerry Ehrin (co-producer) ABC
19901991
(43rd)[33]
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Cherie Steinkellner (executive producer), Bill Steinkellner (executive producer), Phoef Sutton (executive producer), Tim Berry, Andy Ackerman (co-producer), Brian Pollack (co-producer), Mert Rich (co-producer), Dan O'Shannon (co-producer), Tom Anderson (co-producer), Larry Balmagia (co-producer) NBC
Designing Women Harry Thomason (executive producer), Linda Bloodworth-Thomason (executive producer), Pamela Norris (co-executive producer), Douglas Jackson (supervising producer), Tommy Thompson (supervising producer), David Trainer (producer) CBS
The Golden Girls Paul Junger Witt (executive producer), Tony Thomas (executive producer), Susan Harris (executive producer), Marc Sotkin (executive producer), Tom Whedon (co-executive producer), Phillip Jayson Lasker (co-executive producer), Gail Parent (supervising producer), Richard Vaczy (supervising producer), Tracy Gamble (supervising producer), Don Seigel (supervising producer), Jerry Perzigian (supervising producer), Nina Feinberg (co-producer) NBC
Murphy Brown Diane English (executive producer), Joel Shukovsky (executive producer), Gary Dontzig (supervising producer), Steven Peterman (supervising producer), Tom Palmer (co-supervising producer), Barnet Kellman (producer), Korby Siamis (consulting producer), Deborah Smith (co-producer) CBS
The Wonder Years Bob Brush (executive producer), Jill Gordon (co-executive producer), Ken Topolsky (supervising producer), David Chambers (producer), Michael Dinner (producer) ABC
19911992
(44th)[34]
Murphy Brown Diane English (executive producer), Joel Shukovsky (executive producer), Steven Peterman (supervising producer), Gary Dontzig (supervising producer), Tom Palmer (co-supervising producer), Korby Siamis (consulting producer), Deborah Smith (producer), Peter Tolan (co-producer) CBS
Brooklyn Bridge Gary David Goldberg (executive producer), Sam Weisman (supervising producer), Seth Freeman (supervising producer), Brad Hall (producer), Alice West (producer), Craig Zisk (co-producer) CBS
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Cherie Steinkellner (executive producer), Bill Steinkellner (executive producer), Phoef Sutton (executive producer), Dan O'Shannon (supervising producer), Tom Anderson (supervising producer), Tim Berry (producer), Dan Staley (co-producer), Rob Long (co-producer) NBC
Home Improvement Matt Williams (executive producer), David McFadzean (executive producer), Carmen Finestra (executive producer), Gayle S. Maffeo (producer), John Pasquin (producer) ABC
Seinfeld Andrew Scheinman (executive producer), Larry David (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), Tom Cherones (supervising producer), Jerry Seinfeld (producer), Larry Charles (producer), Joan Van Horn (producer), Elaine Pope (co-producer) NBC
19921993
(45th)[35]
Seinfeld Larry David (executive producer), Andrew Scheinman (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), Larry Charles (supervising producer), Tom Cherones (supervising producer), Jerry Seinfeld (producer), Joan Van Horn (line producer), Tim Kaiser (coordinating producer) NBC
Cheers James Burrows (executive producer), Glen Charles (executive producer), Les Charles (executive producer), Dan O'Shannon (executive producer), Tom Anderson (executive producer), Rob Long (executive producer), Dan Staley (co-executive producer), Tim Berry (producer) (NBC) NBC
Home Improvement Matt Williams (executive producer), David McFadzean (executive producer), Carmen Finestra (executive producer), Maxine Lapiduss (co-executive producer), John Pasquin (producer), Billy Riback (producer), Gayle S. Maffeo (producer) ABC
The Larry Sanders Show Brad Grey (executive producer), Garry Shandling (executive producer), Fred Barron (executive producer), Dick Blasucci (supervising producer), Peter Tolan (supervising producer), John Ziffren (producer) HBO
Murphy Brown Gary Dontzig (executive producers), Steven Peterman (executive producer), Tom Palmer (co-executive producer), Korby Siamis (consulting producer), Deborah Smith (producer), Michael Patrick King (producer), Peter Tolan (producer), Ned E. Davis (producer), Bill Diamond (producer), Michael Saltzman (producer) CBS
19931994
(46th)[36]
Frasier Peter Casey (executive producer), David Angell (executive producer), David Lee (executive producer), Christopher Lloyd (co-executive producer), Denise Moss (supervising producer), Sy Dukane (supervising producer), Maggie Blanc (producer), Linda Morris (consulting producer), Vic Rauseo (consulting producer) NBC
Home Improvement Matt Williams (executive producer), David McFadzean (executive producer), Carmen Finestra (executive producer), Elliot Shoenman (executive producer), Bob Bendetson (executive producer), Bruce Ferber (supervising producer), Gayle S. Maffeo (producer), Rosalind Moore (co-producer), Howard J. Morris (co-producer), Frank McKemy (co-producer), Billy Riback (consulting producer) ABC
The Larry Sanders Show Brad Grey (executive producer), Garry Shandling (executive producer), Paul Simms (producer), John Ziffren (producer), Judd Apatow (consulting producer), Brad Isaacs (consulting producer), Peter Tolan (consulting producer) HBO
Mad About You Danny Jacobson (executive producer), Jeffrey Lane (executive producer), Marjorie Weitzman (coordinating producer), Paul Reiser (producer), Bruce Chevillat (producer), Steve Paymer (co-producer), Billy Grundfest (co-producer), Eileen Conn (co-producer), Andrew Gordon (co-producer) NBC
Seinfeld Larry David (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), Larry Charles (supervising producer), Tom Cherones (supervising producer), Jerry Seinfeld (producer), Tom Gammill (producer/supervising producer), Max Pross (producer/supervising producer), Joan Van Horn (line producer), Peter Mehlman (co-producer/producer), Tim Kaiser (coordinating producer), Suzy Mamann-Greenberg (producer)
19941995
(47th)[37]
Frasier Peter Casey (executive producer), David Angell (executive producer), David Lee (executive producer), Christopher Lloyd (executive producer), Vic Rauseo (co-executive producer), Linda Morris (co-executive producer), Maggie Blanc (producer), David Pollock (producer), Elias Davis (producer), Chuck Ranberg (co-producer), Anne Flett-Giordano (co-producer), Joe Keenan (co-producer) NBC
Friends Kevin Bright (executive producer), Marta Kauffman (executive producer), David Crane (executive producer), Jeff Greenstein (supervising producer), Jeff Strauss (supervising producer), Todd Stevens (producer) NBC
The Larry Sanders Show Brad Grey (executive producer), Garry Shandling (executive producer), Paul Simms (executive producer), Peter Tolan (executive producer), John Ziffren (producer), Maya Forbes (co-producer) HBO
Mad About You Danny Jacobson (executive producer), Jeffrey Lane (executive producer), Victor Fresco (co-executive producer), Marjorie Weitzman (suppervising producer), Paul Reiser (producer), Bruce Chevillat (producer), Andrew Gordon (co-producer), Eileen Conn (co-producer), Billy Grundfest (co-producer), Jeffrey Klarik (co-producer), Craig Knizek (co-producer), Liz Coe (consulting producer) NBC
Seinfeld Larry David (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), Tom Gammill (supervising producer), Max Pross (supervising producer), Jerry Seinfeld (producer), Peter Mehlman (producer), Suzy Mamann-Greenberg (line producer), Tim Kaiser (co-ordinating producer)
19951996
(48th)[38]
Frasier Peter Casey (executive producer), David Angell (executive producer), David Lee (executive producer), Christopher Lloyd (executive producer), Vic Rauseo (executive producer), Linda Morris (executive producer), Steven Levitan (co-executive producer), Maggie Blanc, Chuck Ranberg, Anne Flett-Giordano, Joe Keenan (co-producer), Jack Burditt (co-producer), Mary Fukuto (co-producer) NBC
Friends Kevin Bright (executive producer), Marta Kauffman (executive producer), David Crane (executive producer), Michael Borkow (supervising producer), Todd Stevens, Alexa Junge (co-producer), Adam Chase (co-producer), Ira Ungerleider (co-producer), Betsy Borns NBC
The Larry Sanders Show Garry Shandling (executive producer), Brad Grey (executive producer), Steven Levitan (co-executive producer), Jon Vitti (co-executive producer), Maya Forbes (co-executive producer), John Riggi (co-executive producer), John Ziffren (producer), Todd Holland (co-producer), Judd Apatow (consulting producer) HBO
Mad About You Danny Jacobson (executive producer), Larry Charles (executive producer), Marjorie Weitzman (co-executive producer), Paul Reiser, Robert Heath, Billy Grundfest (supervising producer), Brenda Hampton (supervising producer), Victor Levin (supervising producer), Craig Knizek (co-producer), Stephen Engel (consulting producer) NBC
Seinfeld Larry David (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), Tom Gammill (supervising producer), Max Pross (supervising producer), Peter Mehlman (supervising producer), Jerry Seinfeld, Marjorie Gross, Suzy Mamann-Greenberg, Tim Kaiser, Carol Leifer (co-producer), Nancy Sprow (co-producer)
19961997
(49th)[39]
Frasier David Angell (executive producer), Peter Casey (executive producer), David Lee (executive producer), Christopher Lloyd (executive producer), Chuck Ranberg (supervising producer), Anne Flett-Giordano (supervising producer), Joe Keenan (supervising producer), Michael B. Kaplan (supervising producer), Maggie Blanc (producer), William Lucas Walker (producer), Suzanne Martin (producer), Rob Greenberg (co-producer), Mary Fukuto (co-producer) NBC
3rd Rock from the Sun Bonnie Turner (executive producer), Terry Turner (executive producer), Marcy Carsey (executive producer), Tom Werner (executive producer), Caryn Mandabach (executive producer), David Sacks (co-executive producer), Bill Martin (supervising producer), Mike Schiff (supervising producer), Patrick Kienlen (producer), Bob Kushell (producer), Christine Zander (producer), Mark Brazill (consulting producer) NBC
The Larry Sanders Show Garry Shandling (executive producer), Brad Grey (executive producer), John Riggi (co-executive producer), Jon Vitti (co-executive producer), Becky Hartman Edwards (supervising producer), Carol Leifer (supervising producer), John Ziffren (producer), Jeff Cesario (producer), Todd Holland (co-producer), John Markus (consulting producer), Judd Apatow (consulting producer), Earl Pomerantz (consulting producer) HBO
Mad About You Larry Charles (executive producer), Danny Jacobson (executive producer), Paul Reiser (executive producer), Victor Levin (co-executive producer), Richard Day (co-executive producer), Helen Hunt (producer), Robert Heath (producer), Craig Knizek (producer), Maria Semple (producer), Jenji Kohan (producer), Mary Connelly (coordinating producer) NBC
Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Peter Mehlman (co-executive producer), Jeff Schaffer (supervising producer), Alec Berg (supervising producer), Andy Robin (supervising producer), Gregg Kavet (producer), Suzy Mamann-Greenberg (producer), Tim Kaiser (producer), Andy Ackerman (producer), David Mandel (co-producer), Spike Feresten (co-producer), Tom Gammill (consulting producer), Max Pross (consulting producer), Nancy Sprow (coodinating producer)
19971998
(50th)[40]
Frasier David Angell (executive producer), Peter Casey (executive producer), David Lee (executive producer), Christopher Lloyd (executive producer), Joe Keenan (co-executive producer), Jay Kogen (supervising producer), Jeffrey Richman (supervising producer), Maggie Blanc, Suzanne Martin, Rob Greenberg, David Lloyd (producer), Mary Fukuto (co-producer), Lori Kirkland Baker (co-producer) NBC
3rd Rock from the Sun Bonnie Turner (executive producer), Terry Turner (executive producer), Bill Martin (executive producer), Mike Schiff (executive producer), Marcy Carsey (executive producer), Tom Werner (executive producer), Caryn Mandabach (executive producer), David Sacks (co-executive producer), Bob Kushell (supervising producer), Christine Zander (supervising producer), Patrick Kienlen, Mark Brazill (consulting producer), Michael Glouberman (co-producer), David Israel (co-producer), Jim O'Doherty (co-producer), Andrew Orenstein (co-producer) NBC
Ally McBeal David E. Kelley (executive producer), Jeffrey Kramer (co-executive producer), Jonathan Pontell (supervising producer), Mike Listo, Steve Robin (co-producer), Pamela J. Wisne (co-producer) FOX
The Larry Sanders Show Garry Shandling (executive producer), Brad Grey (executive producer), Adam Resnick (co-executive producer), Richard Day (co-executive producer), Craig Zisk (co-executive producer), Judd Apatow (co-executive producer), Michael J. Fitzsimmons (co-ordinating producer), Alex Gregory (co-producer), Peter Huyck (co-producer) HBO
Seinfeld Jerry Seinfeld (executive producer), George Shapiro (executive producer), Howard West (executive producer), Alec Berg (executive producer), Jeff Schaffer (executive producer), Gregg Kavet (co-executive producer), Andy Robin (co-executive producer), Suzy Mamann-Greenberg, Tim Kaiser, Andy Ackerman, Spike Feresten (supervising producer), David Mandel (supervising producer), Nancy Sprow (co-ordinating producer), Jennifer Crittenden (co-producer), Steve Koren (co-producer) NBC
19981999
(51st)[41]
Ally McBeal
(Season 2)
David E. Kelley (executive producer), Jeffrey Kramer (co-executive producer), Jonathan Pontell (co-executive producer), Mike Listo, Steve Robin, Pamela J. Wisne, Peter Burrell (coordinating producer) FOX
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 3)
Philip Rosenthal (executive producer), Rory Rosegarten (executive producer), Stu Smiley (executive producer), Cindy Chupack (co-executive producer), Ellen Sandler (co-executive producer), Kathy Ann Stumpe (co-executive producer), Jeremy Stevens (supervising producer), Lew Schneider (supervising producer), Lisa Helfrich, Tucker Cawley, Steve Skrovan, Ray Romano, Ken Ornstein (coordinating producer) CBS
Frasier
(Season 6)
David Angell (executive producer), Peter Casey (executive producer), David Lee (executive producer), Christopher Lloyd (executive producer), Kelsey Grammer (executive producer), Joe Keenan (co-executive producer), Jay Kogen, Jeffrey Richman, Rob Greenberg, Janis Hirsch (supervising producer), Maggie Blanc, David Lloyd NBC
Friends
(Season 5)
Kevin Bright (executive producer), Marta Kauffman (executive producer), David Crane (executive producer), Adam Chase (executive producer), Michael Curtis (executive producer), Greg Malins (executive producer), Alexa Junge (co-executive producer), Todd Stevens (supervising producer), Wil Calhoun (supervising producer), Seth Kurland (supervising producer), Scott Silveri, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Andrew Reich, Ted Cohen, Wendy Knoller, Richard Allen (coordinating producer)
Sex and the City
(Season 1)
Darren Star (executive producer), Michael Patrick King (co-executive producer), Barry Jossen (co-executive producer) HBO

2000s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
19992000
(52nd)[42]
Will & Grace
(Season 2)
James Burrows, David Kohan, and Max Mutchnick, executive producers; Jeff Greenstein, and Alex Herschlag, co-executive producers; Adam Barr, and Jhoni Marchinko, supervising producer; and Tim Kaiser, producer NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 4)
Rory Rosegarten, Philip Rosenthal, and Stu Smiley, executive producers; Jennifer Crittenden, Lew Schneider, and Kathy Ann Stumps, co-executive producers; Tucker Cawley. Steve Skrovan, and Jeremy Stevens, supervising producer; Lisa Helfrich Jackson, Ken Ornstein, and Ray Romano, producers CBS
Frasier
(Season 7)
David Angell, Peter Casey, Kelsey Grammer, Joe Keenan, David Lee, and Christopher Lloyd, executive producers; Sam Johnson, Jay Kogen, Chris Marcil, and Dan O'Shannon, co-executive producers; Rob Hanning, Charlie Hauck, Mark Reisman, and Jon Sherman, supervising producers; Lori Kirkland, David Lloyd, and Maggie Blank, producers NBC
Friends
(Season 6)
Kevin S. Bright, Adam Chase, David Crane, Marta Kauffman, and Greg Malins, executive producers; Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Seth Kurland, and Scott Silvestri, co-executive producers; Ted Cohen, Andrew Reich, and Todd Stevens, supervising producers; and Wendy Knoller, producer
Sex and the City
(Season 2)
Michael Patrick King, and Darren Star, executive producers; Jenny Bicks, and John Melfi, supervising producers HBO
20002001
(53rd)[43]
Sex and the City
(Season 3)
Michael Patrick King, and Darren Star, executive producers; Jenny Bicks, Cindy Chupack, and John Melfi, co-executive producers; and Sarah Jessica Parker, producer HBO
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 5)
Ray Romano, Rory Rosegarten, Philip Rosenthal, and Stu Smiley, executive producers; Tucker Cawley, Jennifer Crittenden, Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan, and Kathy Stumpe, co-executive producers; Jeremy Stevens, supervising producer; Tom Caltabiano, Lisa Jackson, Ken Ornstein, and Aaron Shure, producers CBS
Frasier
(Season 8)
David Angell, Peter Casey, Kelsey Grammer, David Lee, Dan O'Shannon, and Mark Reisman, executive producers; Rob Hanning, Sam Johnson, Loi Kirkland, Chris Marcil, and Jon Sherman, co-executive producers; Gayle Abrams, Bob Daily, David Lloyd, Eric Zicklin, and Maggie Blanc, producers NBC
Malcolm in the Middle
(Season 2)
Linwood Boomer, executive producers; Michael Glouberman, Alan Higgins, Todd Holland, Gary Murphy, Andrew Orenstein, Bob Stevens, and Neil Thompson, co-executive producers; Ken Kwapis, Jeff Melman, Alex Reid, and Jimmy Simons, producers FOX
Will & Grace
(Season 3)
James Burrows, Jeff Greenstein, David Kohan, and Max Mutchnick, executive producers; Adam Barr, Alex Herschlag, Kari Lizer, and Jhoni Marchinko, co-executive producers; Bruce Alden, Peter Chakos, Jon Kinnally, Tracy Poust, and Tim Kaiser, producers NBC
20012002
(54th)[44]
Friends
(Season 8)
Kevin S. Bright, Ted Cohen, David Crane, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Martha Kauffman, Andrew Reich, and Scott Silveri, executive producers; Todd Stevens, co-executive producer; Sherry Bilsing-Graham, Brian Buckner, Sebastian Jones, and Ellen Plummer, supervising producers; and Wendy Knoller, producer NBC
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 2)
Larry David, Jeff Garlin, and Gavin Polone, executive producers; Sandy Chanley, and Robert B. Weide, co-executive producers; and Tom Bull, producers HBO
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 6)
Tucker Cawley, Jennifer Crittenden, Ray Romano, Rory Rosegarten, Philip Rosenthal, Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan, and Stu Smiley, executive producers; Lisa Helfrich Jackson, and Jeremy Stevens, co-executive producers; Tom Caltabiano, and Aaron Shure, supervising producers; and Ken Ornstein, producer CBS
Sex and the City
(Season 4)
Michael Patrick King, executive producer; Cindy Chupack, John Melfi, and Sarah Jessica Parker, co-executive producers; and Allan Heinberg, supervising producer HBO
Will & Grace
(Season 4)
James Burrows, Jeff Greenstein, David Kohan, and Max Mutchnick, executive producers; Alex Herschlag, Kari Lizer, and Jhoni Marchinko, co-executive producers; Tim Kaiser, Jon Kinnally, and Tracy Poust, supervising producers; Bruce Alden, Peter Chakos, and Bill Wrubel, producers NBC
20022003
(55th)[45]
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 7)
Tucker Cawley, Ray Romano, Rory Rosegarten, Philip Rosenthal, Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan, Stuart Smiley, and Jeremy Stevens, executive producers; Tom Caltabiano, Lisa Helfrich Jackson, Mike Scully, and Aaron Shure, co-executive producers; Mike Royce, supervising producer; Ken Ornstein, producers CBS
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 3)
Larry David, Jeff Garlin, and Gavin Polone, executive producers; Robert B. Weide, co-executive producers; and Tim Gibbons, producer HBO
Friends
(Season 9)
Kevin S. Bright, Ted Cohen, David Crane, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Martha Kauffman, Andrew Reich, and Scott Silveri, executive producers; Sherry Bilsing, Brian Buckner, Sebastian Jones, Ellen Plummer, and Todd Stevens, co-executive producers; Dana Klein, Wendy Knoller, Mark Kunerth, producers NBC
Sex and the City
(Season 5)
Cindy Chupack, Michael Patrick King, John Melfi, and Sarah Jessica Parker, executive producers; and Jane Raab, producers HBO
Will & Grace
(Season 5)
James Burrows, Jeff Greenstein, Alex Herschlag, David Kohan, Jhoni Marchinko, and Max Mutchnick, executive producers; Adam Barr, Tim Kaiser, and Kari Lizer, co-executive producers; Gary Janetti, Jon Kinnally, and Tracy Poust, supervising producers; Bruce Alden, Peter Chakos, Gail Lerner, and Bill Wrubel, producers NBC
20032004
(56th)[46]
Arrested Development
(Season 1)
Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, and David Nevins, executive producers; John Levenstein, and Richard Rosentock, co-executive producers; Chuck Martin, supervising producers; Barbie Feldman Adler, and Victor Hsu, producers FOX
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 4)
Larry Charles, Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Gavin Polone, and Robert B. Weide, executive producers; and Tim Gibbons, producer HBO
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 8)
Tucker Cawley, Ray Romano, Rory Rosegarten, Philip Rosenthal, Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan, Stu Smiley, and Jeremy Stevens, executive producers; Tom Caltabiano, Lisa Helfrich Jackson, Mike Royce, Mike Scully, and Aaron Shure, co-executive producers; Leslie Caveny, supervising producer; Holli Gailen, and Ken Ornstein, producers CBS
Sex and the City
(Season 6)
Jenny Bicks, Cindy Chupack, Michael Patrick King, John Melfi, and Sarah Jessica Parker, executive producers; Antonia Ellis, Jane Raab, Julie Rottenberg, and Elisa Zuritsky, producers HBO
Will & Grace
(Season 6)
James Burrows, Jeff Greenstein, Alex Herschlag, David Kohan, Jhoni Marchinko, and Max Mutchnick, executive producers; Adam Barr, Gary Janetti, Tim Kaiser, Jon Kinnally, Kari Lizer, Tracy Poust, and Bill Wrubel, co-executive producers; Bruce Alden, Peter Chakos, Gail Lerner, and Steve Sandoval, producers NBC
20042005
(57th)[47]
Everybody Loves Raymond
(Season 9)
Tucker Cawley, Ray Romano, Rory Rosegarten, Philip Rosenthal, Mike Royce, Lew Schneider, Aaron Shure, Steve Skrovan, Stu Smiley, and Jeremy Stevens, executive producers; Tom Caltabiano, Leslie Caveny, and Lisa Helfrich Jackson, co-executive producers; Holli Gailen, and Ken Ornstein, producers; CBS
Arrested Development
(Season 2)
Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, and David Nevins, executive producers; Richard Rosenstock, and Jim Vallely, co-executive producers; Barbie Adler, Chuck Martin, Brad Copeland, and John Amodeo, producers FOX
Desperate Housewives
(Season 1)
Marc Cherry, Michael Edelstein, and Tom Spezialy, executive producers; Kevin Murphy, Joey Murphy, and John Pardee, co-executive producers; Alexandra Cunningham, Patty Lin, Larry Shaw, Tracey Stern, and George W. Perkins, producers ABC
Scrubs
(Season 4)
Bill Lawrence, executive producer; Gabrielle Allan, Bill Callahan, Garrett Donovan, Neil Goldman, Tim Hobert, Tad Quill, Matt Tarses, and Eric Weinberg, co-executive producers; Mike Schwartz, and Randall Winston, producers NBC
Will & Grace
(Season 7)
James Burrows, Alex Herschlag, David Kohan, and Max Mutchnick, executive producers; Gary Janetti, Tim Kaiser, Jon Kinnally, Greg Mallins, Tracy Poust, Kirk Rudell, and Bill Wrubel, co-executive producers; Gail Lerner, supervising producer; Bruce Alden, Kate Angelo, Sally Bradford, Peter Chakos, and Steve Sandoval, producers
20052006
(58th)[48]
The Office
(Season 2)
Greg Daniels, Ricky Gervais, Howard Klein, Stephen Merchant, and Ben Silverman, executive producers; Paul Lieberstein, co-executive producer; Michael Schur, and Kent Zbornak, producers NBC
Arrested Development
(Season 3)
Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Mitchell Hurwitz, and David Nevins, executive producers; Richard Day, Dean Lorey, Tom Saunders, Chuck Tatham, and Jim Vallely, co-executive producers; John Amodeo, and Ron Weiner, supervising producers FOX
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 5)
Larry Charles, Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Gavin Polone, and Robert B. Weide, executive producers; Tim Gibbons, co-executive producer; and Erin O'Malley, producer HBO
Scrubs
(Season 5)
Bill Lawrence, executive producer; Bill Callahan, Garrett Donovan, Neil Goldman, Tim Hobert, Tad Quill, and Eric Weinberg, co-executive producers; Mike Schwartz, supervising producer; Janae Bakken, Debra Fordham, Liz Newman, Mark Stegemann, and Randall Winston, producers NBC
Two and a Half Men
(Season 3)
Lee Aronsohn, Mark Burg, Oren Koules, Chuck Lorre, Eric Tannenbaum, and Kim Tannenbaum, executive producers; Susan Beavers, Don Foster, and Eddie Gorodetsky, co-executive producers; Mark Roberts, supervising producers; and Michael Collier, producer CBS
20062007
(59th)[49]
30 Rock
(Season 1)
Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, David Miner, Jo Ann Alfano, Marci Klein, Robert Carlock, executive producers; Jack Burditt, John Riggi, Brett Baer, and Dave Finkel, co-executive producers; Adam Bernstein, supervising producer; Jeff Richmond, and Jerry Kupfer, producers NBC
Entourage
(Season 3)
Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, and Doug Ellin, executive producers; Rob Weiss, Julian Farino, Marc Abrams, and Michael Benson, co-executive producers; Denis Biggs, supervising producer; Brian Burns, and Lori Jo Nemhauser, producer; and Wayne Carmona, producer HBO
The Office
(Season 3)
Ben Silverman, Greg Daniels, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, and Howard Klein, executive producers; Paul Lieberstein, Jennifer Celotta, Mike Schur, Kent Zbornak, and Teri Weinberg, co-executive producers; B. J. Novak, supervising producer; and Mindy Kaling, producer NBC
Two and a Half Men
(Season 4)
Chuck Lorre, Lee Aronsohn, Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum, Mark Burg, and Oren Koules, Don Foster, Eddie Gorodetsky, Susan Beavers, and Mark Roberts, co-executive producers; Michael Collier, and Jim Patterson, producers CBS
Ugly Betty
(Season 1)
Silvio Horta, Marco Pennette, Jim Parriott, Ben Silverman, Jim Hayman, Salma Hayek, and Jose Tamez, executive producers; Teri Weinberg, Sheila Lawrence, Oliver Goldstick, and Alice West, co-executive producers; Henry A. Myers, Harry Werksman, and Gabrielle Stanton, supervising producers; ABC
20072008
(60th)[50]
30 Rock
(Season 2)
Tina Fey, Lorne Michaels, Marci Klein, David Miner, Robert Carlock, executive producers; John Riggi, Jack Burditt, co-executive producers; Jeff Richmond, Don Scardino, and Jerry Kupfer, producers NBC
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 6)
Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Gavin Polone, Alec Berg, David Mandel, Jeff Schaffer, and Tim Gibbons, executive producers; and Erin O'Malley, producers HBO
Entourage
(Season 4)
Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, Doug Ellin, and Rob Weiss, executive producers; Denis Biggs, co-executive producer; Brian Burns, supervising producer; Lori Jo Nemhauser, Dusty Kay, and Wayne Carmona, producers
The Office
(Season 4)
Greg Daniels, Ben Silverman, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, and Howard Klein, executive producers; Paul Lieberstein, Michael Schur, Jennifer Celotta, Kent Zbornak, and Teri Weinberg, co-executive producers; B. J. Novak, supervising producer; Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling, Lee Eisenberg, and Gene Stupnitsky, producer NBC
Two and a Half Men
(Season 5)
Chuck Lorre, Lee Aronsohn, Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum, Mark Burg, and Oren Koules, executive producers; Don Foster, Eddie Gorodetsky, Susan Beavers, and Mark Roberts, co-executive producers; Jim Patterson, and Michael Collier, producers CBS
20082009
(61st)[51]
30 Rock
(Season 3)
Tina Fey, Lorne Michaels. Marci Klein, David Miner, and Robert Carlock, Executive Producers; John Riggi, Jack Burditt, and Ron Weiner, co-Executive Producer; Matt Hubbard, and Jeff Richmond, supervising producers; Don Scardino, and Jerry Kupfer, producers NBC
Entourage
(Season 5)
Doug Ellin, Stephen Levinson, Rob Weiss, Denis Biggs, Mark Wahlberg, executive producers; Mark Mylod, co-executive producer; Lori Jo Nemhauser, Ally Musika, and Wayne Carmona, producers HBO
Family Guy
(Season 7)
Seth MacFarlane, David A. Goodman, Chris Sheridan, Danny Smith, executive producers; Mark Hentemann, Steve Callaghan, Brian Scully, and Richard Appel, co-executive producers; Wellesley Wild, Alec Sulkin, and Mike Henry, supervising producers; Kara Vallow, Kirker Butler, and Shannon Smith, producers FOX
Flight of the Conchords
(Season 2)
Stu Smiley, James Bobin, Troy Miller, Jemaine Clement, and Bret McKenzie, executive producers; Tracey Baird, co-executive producer; and Anna Dokoza, producer HBO
How I Met Your Mother
(Season 4)
Carter Bays, Craig Thomas, Pamela Fryman, and Greg Malins, executive producers; Stephen Lloyd, Chris Harris, Chuck Tatham, and Suzy Mamann Greenberg, co-executive producers; Jamie Rhonheimer, Kourtney Kang, Theresa Mulligan, supervising producers CBS
The Office
(Season 5)
Greg Daniels, Ben Silverman, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, Howard Klein, Paul Lieberstein, and Jennifer Celotta, executive producers; Teri Weinberg, B. J. Novak, Mindy Kaling, Lee Eisenberg, Gene Stupnitsky, Paul Feig, and Aaron Shure, co-executive producers; Steve Carell, Justin Spitzer, Jake Aust, and Randy Cordray, producers NBC
Weeds
(Season 4)
Jenji Kohan, Roberto Benabib, and Craig Zisk, executive producers; Mark A. Burley, and Matthew Salsberg, co-executive producers; and Rolin Jones, supervising producer Showtime

2010s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
20092010
(62nd)[52]
Modern Family
(Season 1)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, executive producers; Jason Winer, Danny Zuker, Dan O'Shannon, Bill Wrubel, Paul Corrigan, and Brad Walsh, co-executive producers; Jeff Morton, producer ABC
30 Rock
(Season 4)
Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, David Miner, and Robert Carlock, executive producers; John Riggi and Ron Weiner, co-executive producers NBC
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 7)
Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Gavin Polone, Alec Berg, David Mandel, Jeff Schaffer, Tim Gibbons, and Erin O'Malley, executive producers HBO
Glee
(Season 1)
Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Dante Di Loreto, executive producers; Ian Brennan, co-executive producer; Brad Buecker, supervising producer; Alexis Martin Woodall, and Kenneth Silverstein, producers FOX
Nurse Jackie
(Seasons 12)
Linda Wallem, Liz Brixius, John Melfi, Caryn Mandabach, Richie Jackson, Christine Zander, and Mark Hudis, executive producers; Rick Cleveland, co-executive producer; Bari Halle, producer Showtime
The Office
(Season 6)
Greg Daniels, Ben Silverman, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, Howard Klein, and Paul Lieberstein, executive producers; Mindy Kaling, Lee Eisenberg, B. J. Novak, Aaron Shure, and Teri Weinberg, co-executive producers; Daniel Chun, supervising producer; Steve Carell, Justin Spitzer, Charlie Grandy, Warren Lieberstein, Halsted Sullivan, and Randy Cordray, producers NBC
20102011
(63rd)[53]
Modern Family
(Season 2)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, executive producers; Jeff Morton, Danny Zuker, Dan O'Shannon, Bill Wrubel, Paul Corrigan, Brad Walsh, Ilana Wernick, Jeffrey Richman, and Abraham Higginbotham, co-executive producers ABC
30 Rock
(Season 5)
Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, David Miner, Robert Carlock, Jeff Richmond, and John Riggi, executive producers; Ron Weiner, Jack Burditt, Matt Hubbard, co-executive producers; Alec Baldwin, Kay Cannon, Vali Chandrasekaran, Don Scardino, Josh Siegal, Dylan Morgan, Irene Burns, and Jerry Kupfer, producers NBC
The Big Bang Theory
(Season 4)
Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady, Steven Molaro, and Lee Aronsohn, executive producers; Dave Goetsch and Eric Kaplan, co-executive producers; Jim Reynolds and Peter Chakos, supervising producers; Steve Holland and Faye Oshima Belyeu, producers CBS
Glee
(Season 2)
Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Dante Di Loreto, and Ian Brennan, executive producers; Brad Buecker, supervising producer; Alexis Martin Woodall, Kenneth Silverstein, and Michael Novick, producers FOX
The Office
(Season 7)
Greg Daniels, Ben Silverman, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, Howard Klein, and Paul Lieberstein, executive producers; Mindy Kaling, Aaron Shure, Teri Weinberg, Daniel Chun, and Peter Ocko, co-executive producers; Justin Spitzer and Charlie Grandy, supervising producers; Steve Carell, Warren Lieberstein, Halsted Sullivan, Steve Hely, and Randy Cordray, producers;
B. J. Novak, executive producer and co-executive producer
NBC
Parks and Recreation
(Season 3)
Greg Daniels, Michael Schur, Howard Klein, and David Miner, executive producers; Dan Goor, supervising producer; Amy Poehler, Emily Spivey, and Morgan Sackett, producers
20112012
(64th)[54]
Modern Family
(Season 3)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Danny Zuker, Dan O'Shannon, Bill Wrubel, Paul Corrigan, and Brad Walsh, executive producers; Jeff Morton, Jeffery Richman, Abraham Higginbotham, Cindy Chupack, co-executive producers; and Chris Smirnoff, producer ABC
30 Rock
(Season 6)
Lorne Michaels, Tina Fey, Robert Carlock, Marci Klein, David Miner, Jeff Richmond, and John Riggi, executive producers; Ron Weiner and Matt Hubbard, co-executive producers; Kay Cannon, Vali Chandrasekaran, Josh Siegal, Dylan Morgan, Luke Del Tredici, supervising producers; Jerry Kupfer, Alec Baldwin and Irene Burns, producers NBC
The Big Bang Theory
(Season 5)
Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady, and Steven Molaro, executive producers; Dave Goetsch, Eric Kaplan, and Jim Reynolds, co-executive producers; Steve Holland and Peter Chakos, supervising producers; Maria Ferrari, and Faye Oshima Belyeu, producers CBS
Curb Your Enthusiasm
(Season 8)
Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Gavin Polone, Alec Berg, David Mandel, Jeff Schaffer, Larry Charles, Tim Gibbons, and Erin O'Malley, executive producers; Laura Streicher, producer HBO
Girls
(Season 1)
Lena Dunham, Judd Apatow, and Jenni Konner, executive producers, Ilene S. Landress and Bruce Eric Kaplan, co-executive producers
Veep
(Season 1)
Armando Iannucci, Christopher Godsick, and Frank Rich, executive producers; Simon Blackwell and Tony Roche, co-executive producers; Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Stephanie Laing, producers
20122013
(65th)[55]
Modern Family
(Season 4)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Danny Zuker, Dan O'Shannon, Bill Wrubel, Paul Corrigan, Brad Walsh, Jeffrey Richman, and Abraham Higginbotham, executive producers; Jeff Morton, and Ben Karlin, co-executive producers; Elaine Ko, and Chris Smirnoff, producers ABC
30 Rock
(Season 7)
Tina Fey, Robert Carlock, Marci Klein, David Miner, Jeff Richmond, Jack Burditt, and Lorne Michaels, executive producers; Matt Hubbard, Josh Siegal, Dylan Morgan, and Luke Del Tredici, co-executive producers; Alec Baldwin, Colleen McGuinness, Tracey Wigfield, and Jerry Kupfer, producers NBC
The Big Bang Theory
(Season 6)
Chuck Lorre, Steven Molaro, and Bill Prady, executive producers; Dave Goetsch; Eric Kaplan, Jim Reynolds, Steve Holland, Eddie Gorodetsky, and Faye Oshima Belyeu, co-executive producers; and Peter Chakos, and Maria Ferrari, supervising producers CBS
Girls
(Season 2)
Lena Dunham, Judd Apatow, Jenni Konner, Ilene S. Landress, and Bruce Eric Kaplan, executive producers; and Murray Miller, co-executive producer HBO
Louie
(Season 3)
Louis C.K., Dave Becky, and M. Blair Breard, executive producers; Tony Hernandez, supervising producer; and Vernon Chatman, producer FX
Veep
(Season 2)
Armando Iannucci, Christopher Godsick, and Frank Rich, executive producers; Simon Blackwell, and Tony Roche, co-executive producers; Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Stephanie Laing, producers HBO
20132014
(66th)[56]
Modern Family
(Season 5)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Danny Zuker, Dan O'Shannon, Bill Wrubel, Paul Corrigan, Brad Walsh, Jeffrey Richman, Abraham Higginbotham and Jeff Morton, executive producers; Ben Karlin, co-executive producer; Elaine Ko and Megan Ganz, supervising producers; and Chris Smirnoff and Sally Young, producers ABC
The Big Bang Theory
(Season 7)
Chuck Lorre, Steven Molaro, and Bill Prady, executive producers; Dave Goetsch, Eric Kaplan, Jim Reynolds, Steve Holland, Maria Ferrari, and Faye Oshima Belyeu, co-executive producers; Peter Chakos, supervising producer; and Kristy Cecil, producer CBS
Louie
(Season 4)
Louis C.K., Dave Becky and M. Blair Breard, executive producers; Adam Escott, supervising producer; and Pamela Adlon and Vernon Chatman, producers FX
Orange Is the New Black
(Season 1)
Jenji Kohan, executive producer; Sara Hess, Michael Trim and Lisa I. Vinnecour, co-executive producers; Gary Lennon, supervising producer; and Neri Kyle Tannenbaum, producer Netflix
Silicon Valley
(Season 1)
Mike Judge, Alec Berg, John Altschuler, Dave Krinsky, Michael Rotenberg and Tom Lassally, executive producers; and Jim Kleverweis, producer HBO
Veep
(Season 3)
Armando Iannucci, Christopher Godsick and Frank Rich, executive producers; Simon Blackwell and Tony Roche, co-executive producers; Chris Addison, Roger Drew, Sean Gray, Ian Martin and Will Smith, supervising producers; Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Stephanie Laing, producers
20142015
(67th)[57]
Veep
(Season 4)
Armando Iannucci, Christopher Godsick, Chris Addison, Frank Rich, Simon Blackwell, Tony Roche, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Stephanie Laing, executive producers; Kevin Cecil, Roger Drew, Sean Gray, Ian Martin, Georgia Pritchett, David Quantick, Andy Riley, Will Smith, supervising producers; Bill Hill, produced by[58] HBO
Louie
(Season 5)
Louis C.K., M. Blair Breard, Dave Becky, and Adam Escott, executive producers; Pamela Adlon, Vernon Chatman, and Steven Wright, producers; and John Skidmore, produced by FX
Modern Family
(Season 6)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Danny Zuker, Dan O'Shannon, Bill Wrubel, Paul Corrigan, Brad Walsh, Jeffrey Richman, Abraham Higginbotham and Jeff Morton, executive producers; Megan Ganz, Vail Chandrasekaran, Stephen Lloyd, Kenny Schwartz, and Chuck Tatham, co-executive producers; and Chris Smirnoff and Sally Young, producers ABC
Parks and Recreation
(Season 7)
Greg Daniels, Michael Schur, Howard Klein, David Miner, Morgan Sackett, and Dean Holland, executive producers; Alan Yang, Harris Wittels, Donick Cary, and Aisha Muharrar, co-executive producers; Dave King, David Hyman, and Amy Poehler, producers NBC
Silicon Valley
(Season 2)
Mike Judge, Alec Berg, John Altschuler, Dave Krinskey, Michael Rotenburg, and Tom Lassally, executive producers; Dan O'Keefe and Clay Tarver, co-executive producers; Sonny Lee and Ron Weiner, supervising producers; Carrie Kemper, producer; Jim Kleverweis, produced by HBO
Transparent
(Season 1)
Jill Soloway, executive producer; Andrea Sperling, co-executive producer; Bridget Bedard, supervising producer; Victor Hsu, produced by; Rick Rosenthal and Nisha Ganatra, consulting producers Amazon
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
(Season 1)
Jeff Richmond, David Miner, Jack Burditt, Tina Fey, and Robert Carlock, executive producers; Allison Silverman and Eric Gurian, co-executive producers; Dan Rubin and Lon Zimmet, supervising producers; Sam Means and Dara Schnapper, producer; Jerry Kupfer, produced by Netflix
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Veep
(Season 5)
David Mandel, Frank Rich, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lew Morton, and Christopher Godsick, executive producers; Morgan Sackett, Sean Gray, Peter Huyck, Alex Gregory, Jim Margolis, Georgia Pritchett, and Will Smith, co-executive producers; and Chris Addison, Rachel Axler, supervising producers; and David Hyman, produced by HBO
Black-ish
(Season 2)
Kenya Barris, Jonathan Groff, Anthony Anderson, E. Brian Dobbins, Laurence Fishburne, and Helen Sugland, executive producers; Gail Lerner, Vijal Patel, Corey Nickerson, and Courtney Lilly, co-executive producers; Lindsey Shockley, Peter Saji, Jennifer Rice-Genzuk Henry, and Hale Rothstein, supervising producers; and Michael Petok, produced by ABC
Master of None
(Season 1)
Aziz Ansari, Alan Yang, Michael Schur, David Miner, Dave Becky, executive producers; Harris Wittels, co-executive producer; and Igor Srubshchik, produced by Netflix
Modern Family
(Season 7)
Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Paul Corrigan, Brad Walsh, Danny Zuker, Abraham Higginbotham, Jeffrey Richman, Elaine Ko, Stephen Lloyd, and Jeff Morton, executive producers; Vali Chandrasekaran, Chuck Tatham, Andy Gordon, Jon Pollack, and Vanessa McCarthy, co-executive producers; and Chris Smirnoff, and Sally Young, producers ABC
Silicon Valley
(Season 3)
Mike Judge, Alec Berg, Michael Rotenberg, and Tom Lassally, executive producers; Clay Tarver, Dan O'Keefe, Ron Weiner, John Levenstein, and Jim Kleverweis, co-executive producers; Carrie Kemper, supervising producer; and Adam Countee, producer HBO
Transparent
(Season 2)
Jill Soloway, and Andrea Sperling, executive producers; Victor Hsu, and Bridget Bedard, co-executive producers; and Noah Harpster, and Micah Fitzerman-Blue, producers Amazon
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
(Season 2)
Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Jeff Richmond, and David Miner, executive producers; Allison Silverman, Josh Siegal, Dylan Morgan, and Eric Gurian, co-executive producers; Sam Means, Dan Rubin, and Leila Strachan, supervising producers; Dara Schnapper, producer; and Jerry Kupfer, produced by Netflix

Total awards by network[edit]

  • NBC – 26
  • CBS – 22
  • ABC – 11
  • HBO – 3
  • FOX – 2

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  13. ^ "Outstanding Series - Comedy - 1971". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  14. ^ "Outstanding Series - Comedy - 1972". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  15. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1973". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  16. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1974". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  17. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1975". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  18. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1976". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  19. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1977". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  20. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1978". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  21. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1979". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
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  26. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1984". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  27. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1985". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  28. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1986". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  29. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1987". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  30. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1988". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  31. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1989". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  32. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1990". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  33. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1991". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  34. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1992". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  35. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1993". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  36. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1994". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  37. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1995". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  38. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1996". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  39. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1997". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  40. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1998". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  41. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 1999". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  42. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2000". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  43. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2001". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  44. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2002". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  45. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2003". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  46. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2004". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  47. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2005". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  48. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2006". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  49. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2007". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  50. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2008". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  51. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2009". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  52. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2010". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  53. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2011". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  54. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2012". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  55. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2013". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  56. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2014". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  57. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2015". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  58. ^ "Veep". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved February 19, 2016. 
  59. ^ "Outstanding Comedy Series - 2016". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 

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