Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie

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This is a list of the winners of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Made for Television Movie, which is awarded since 1992. The category was originally called Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special.[1]

In 1991, Outstanding Miniseries was merged with Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special (television movies) to form Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special and Miniseries and the number of nominations increased from five to six.[2] For this year, two miniseries had competed with four "made for television movies". The following year, 1992, the new category was split to re-form the Outstanding Miniseries and Outstanding Made for Television Movie categories.

In 2011, the category was merged with the Outstanding Miniseries category to create the Outstanding Miniseries or Movie category.[3] However, in 2014, the decision was reversed, and the separate Miniseries and Television Movie categories were reinstated.[4]

Winners and nominations[edit]

1980s[edit]

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Program Network
2000
(52nd) [28]
Tuesdays with Morrie ABC
Annie ABC
If These Walls Could Talk 2 HBO
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge
RKO 281
2001
(53rd) [29]
Wit HBO
61* HBO
Conspiracy
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story
Laughter on the 23rd Floor Showtime
2002
(54th) [30]
The Gathering Storm HBO
Dinner with Friends HBO
James Dean TNT
The Laramie Project HBO
Path to War
2003
(55th) [31]
Door to Door TNT
Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story Lifetime
Live from Baghdad HBO
My House in Umbria
Normal
2004
(56th) [32]
Something the Lord Made HBO
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself HBO
Ike: Countdown to D-Day A&E
The Lion in Winter Showtime
The Reagans
2005
(57th) [33]
Warm Springs HBO
Lackawanna Blues HBO
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
The Office Special BBC America
The Wool Cap TNT
2006
(58th) [34]
The Girl in the Café HBO
Flight 93 A&E
The Flight That Fought Back Discovery Channel
Mrs. Harris HBO
Yesterday
2007
(59th) [35]
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee HBO
9/11: The Twin Towers Discovery Channel
Longford HBO
The Ron Clark Story TNT
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy Lifetime
2008
(60th) [36]
Recount HBO
Bernard and Doris HBO
Extras: The Extra Special Series Finale
The Memory Keeper's Daughter Lifetime
A Raisin in the Sun ABC
2009
(61st) [37]
Grey Gardens HBO
Coco Chanel Lifetime
Into the Storm HBO
Prayers for Bobby Lifetime
Taking Chance HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
20092010
(62nd) [38]
Temple Grandin Gil Bellows, Dante Di Loreto, Anthony Edwards, Paul Lister, Alison Owen, and Emily Gerson Saines (executive producers); Scott Ferguson (producer) HBO
Endgame David Aukin and Hal Vogel (producers) PBS
Georgia O'Keeffe Joan Allen, Joshua D. Maurer, and Alixandre Witlin (executive producers); Anthony Mark (producer) Lifetime
Moonshot Richard Dale and Juliette Howell (executive producers); Tim Goodchild and Michael Robins (producers) History
The Special Relationship Andrew Harries, Kathleen Kennedy, Christine Langan, Frank Marshall, and Peter Morgan (executive producers); Frank Doelger, Tracey Scoffield, and Ann Wingate (producers) HBO
You Don't Know Jack Tom Fontana, Steve Lee Jones, Barry Levinson, Lydia Dean Pilcher, and Glenn Rigberg (executive producers); Scott Ferguson (producer)
  • In 2011, the category was retired; the 2011, 2012, and 2013 television movies competed in the Outstanding Miniseries or Movie category. On February 19, 2014 it was announced that the category would be separated and the Outstanding Movie and Outstanding Miniseries categories would be unretired.[39]
Year Program Producers Network
20132014
(66th) [40]
The Normal Heart Jason Blum, Dante Di Loreto, Dede Gardner, Ryan Murphy, and Brad Pitt (executive producers); Mark Ruffalo (co-executive producer); Scott Ferguson and Alexis Martin Woodall (producers) HBO
Killing Kennedy Mary Lisio, Bill O'Reilly, Howard T. Owens, Charlie Parsons, Ridley Scott, Noel Siegel, Teri Weinberg, Richard J. Wells, and David W. Zucker (executive producers); Larry Rapaport (producer) Nat Geo
Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight Jonathan Cameron, Frank Doelger, and Tracey Scoffield (executive producers); Scott Ferguson (producer) HBO
Sherlock: "His Last Vow" Rebecca Eaton, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue, and Sue Vertue (executive producers) PBS
The Trip to Bountiful Hallie Foote, Bill Haber, Jeffrey M. Hayes, and Cicely Tyson (executive producers) Lifetime
20142015
(67th) [41]
Bessie Shakim Compere, Queen Latifah, Randi Michel, Shelby Stone, Lili Fini Zanuck, and Richard D. Zanuck (executive producers); Ron Schmidt (producer) HBO
Agatha Christie's Poirot: "Curtain: Poirot's Last Case" Michele Buck, Mathew Prichard, Hilary Strong, Karen Thrussell, and Damien Timmer (executive producers); David Boulter (producer) Acorn TV
Grace of Monaco Arash Amel, Uday Chopra, and Pierre-Ange Le Pogam (producers) Lifetime
Hello Ladies: The Movie Lee Eisenberg, Stephen Merchant, and Gene Stupnitsky (executive producers); Dan Kaplow (producer) HBO
Killing Jesus Walon Green, Mary Lisio, Heather Moran, Bill O'Reilly, Charlie Parsons, Ridley Scott, Teri Weinberg, and David W. Zucker (executive producers); Aidan Elliott and Mark Huffam (producers) Nat Geo
Nightingale Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Elliott Lester, David Oyelowo, Brad Pitt, Josh Weinstock, and Katrina Wolfe (executive producers); Lucas Akoskin, Alex Garcia, and Jonathan Gray (co-executive producers) HBO
20152016
(68th) [42]
Sherlock: "The Abominable Bride" Rebecca Eaton, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue, and Sue Vertue (executive producers) PBS
All the Way Bryan Cranston, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Jay Roach, Robert Schenkkan, and Steven Spielberg (executive producers); James Degus and Michelle Graham (co-executive producers); Scott Ferguson (producer) HBO
Confirmation Susannah Grant, Michael London, Kerry Washington, and Janice Williams (executive producers); Darren Demetre (producer)
Luther Elizabeth Kilgarriff (executive producer); Marcus Wilson (producer) BBC America
A Very Murray Christmas Roman Coppola, Sofia Coppola, Mitch Glazer, Tony Hernandez, and Bill Murray (executive producers); Casey Patterson and Michael Zakin (co-executive producers); Lilly Burns and John Skidmore (producers) Netflix

Total awards by network[edit]

  • HBO – 19
  • CBS – 6
  • NBC – 6
  • ABC – 2
  • PBS – 1
  • SYN – 1
  • TNT – 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MacMinn, Aleene (February 26, 1992). "Television". Los Angeles Times. 
  2. ^ "43rd Primetime Emmys Nominees and Winners". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
  3. ^ Powers, Lindsay (February 24, 2011). "Emmys to Merge Miniseries, Made for TV Movie Categories This Year". The Hollywood Reporter. 
  4. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (February 20, 2014). "EMMYS: TV Academy Splits Best Miniseries & TV Movie, Reality Program & Voice-Over Categories, Expands Combined Longform Fields To 6 Nominees, Sets Possibility For 7 Best Drama & Comedy Series Nominees". Deadline.com. 
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  6. ^ "OUTSTANDING DRAMA SPECIAL - 1981". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.  (Please note that the current webpage also includes the winner and nominations for "Outstanding Miniseries")
  7. ^ "OUTSTANDING DRAMA SPECIAL - 1982". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.  (Please note that the current webpage also includes the winner and nominations for "Outstanding Miniseries")
  8. ^ "OUTSTANDING DRAMA SPECIAL - 1983". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.  (Please note that the current webpage also includes the winner and nominations for "Outstanding Miniseries")
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  10. ^ "OUTSTANDING DRAMA/COMEDY SPECIAL - 1985". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.  (Please note that the current webpage also includes the winner and nominations for "Outstanding Miniseries")
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  32. ^ "OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE - 2004". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
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  34. ^ "OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE - 2006". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
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  38. ^ "OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE - 2010". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. 
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