Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series
Awarded for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by Stranger Things (2017)
Website emmys.com

This is a list of winners and nominees of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series. This award and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series replaced Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Series in 2002.

As of 2015, 24 and Breaking Bad are the only shows to have won this award four times.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold and bold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place:

Winners and nominations[edit]

Outstanding Film Editing for a Drama Series

1970s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1975
[1]
Petrocelli "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall" Donald R. Rode NBC
The Streets of San Francisco "Cry Help!" Ray Daniels ABC
"The Mask of Death" Jerry Young
1976
[2]
Medical Story "The Quality of Mercy" Samuel E. Beetley, Ken Zemke NBC
Medical Story "The Right to Die" Richard L. Van Enger NBC
Rich Man, Poor Man "Part 2" Douglas Stewart ABC
"Part 8" Richard Bracken
1977
[3]
Roots "Part 1" Neil Travis ABC
Rich Man, Poor Man Book II "Chapter 3" Jerrold L. Ludwig ABC
Roots "Part 2" James T. Heckert
"Part 3" Peter Kirby
"Part 8" Neil Travis, James T. Heckert
1978
[4]
Holocaust Stephen A. Rotter, Robert M. Reitano, Craig McKay, Alan Heim, Brian Smedley-Aston NBC
Columbo "How to Dial a Murder" Robert Watts NBC
Eight Is Enough "Yes, Nicholas... There Is a Santa Claus" David Blangsted, Howard Terrill ABC
Family "Acts of Love, Part 1" Jim Faris
King Byron 'Buzz' Brandt, Richard C. Meyer, David Berlatsky NBC
The Waltons "Grandma Comes Home" Bill Mosher CBS

Outstanding Film Editing for a Series


Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1979
[5]
Taxi "Paper Marriage" M. Pam Blumenthal ABC
Dallas "Reunion, Part 2" Fred W. Berger CBS
Lou Grant "Hooker" James Galloway
M*A*S*H "The Billfold Syndrome" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1980
[6]
Taxi "Louie and the Nice Girl" M. Pam Blumenthal ABC
M*A*S*H "The Yalu Brick Road" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills CBS
Skag "Pilot" Sidney Katz NBC
"The Working Girl, Part 1" Larry Strong
1981
[7]
Taxi "Elaine's Strange Triangle" M. Pam Blumenthal, Jack Michon ABC
Dallas "Ewing-Gate" Fred W. Berger CBS
Dynasty "The Dinner Party" Dick Darling ABC
The Greatest American Hero "Pilot" Christopher Nelson
Hill Street Blues "Hill Street Station" Ray Daniels, A. David Marshall NBC
"Jungle Madness" Clay Bartels
"Rites of Spring" Tom Stevens
Lou Grant "Strike" James Galloway CBS
M*A*S*H "Death Takes a Holiday" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills
Palmerstown, U.S.A. "Crossroads" Bernard Balmuth
The White Shadow "A Day in the Life" Tony de Zarraga
1982
[8]
Hill Street Blues "Of Mouse and Man" Andrew Chulack NBC
Dallas "The Split" Fred W. Berger CBS
Fame "Musical Bridge" Mark Melnick NBC
"Passing Grade" Michael A. Hoey
Hill Street Blues "The Second Oldest Profession" Ray Daniels
Quincy, M.E. "For Love of Joshua" Jeanene Ambler
1983
[9]
Hill Street Blues "Phantom of the Hill" Ray Daniels NBC
Cheers "Endless Slumper" Andrew Chulack NBC
Dallas "Ewing's Inferno" Fred W. Berger CBS
Dynasty "La Mirage" Bob Blake ABC
M*A*S*H "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills CBS
Matt Houston "The Showgirl Murders" Bob Bring ABC
Quincy, M.E. "Quincy's Wedding, Part 2" Jeanene Ambler NBC
1984
[10]
Cheers "Old Flames" Andrew Chulack NBC
Cagney & Lacey "The Baby Broker" Millie Moore CBS
"Choices" Geoffrey Rowland
Hill Street Blues "Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow" Ray Daniels NBC
Simon & Simon "Double Play" Larry Heath CBS
1985
[11]
Cagney & Lacey "Who Said It's Fair?, Part 2" Jim Gross CBS
Crazy Like a Fox "Pilot" J. Terry Williams CBS
Miami Vice "Evan" Robert A. Daniels NBC
"Smuggler's Blues" Michael B. Hoggan
Murder, She Wrote "The Murder of Sherlock Holmes" Donald Douglas CBS

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Series

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1986
[12]
Moonlighting "The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice" Roger Bondelli ABC
Amazing Stories "The Mission" Steven Kemper NBC
"Mummy, Daddy" Joe Ann Fogle
Miami Vice "Out Where the Buses Don't Run" Robert A. Daniels
Moonlighting "Every Daughter's Father Is a Virgin" Roger Bondelli ABC
1987
[13]
Moonlighting "Atomic Shakespeare" Roger Bondelli, Neil Mandelberg ABC
Cagney & Lacey "Turn, Turn, Turn, Part 1" Jeanene Ambler CBS
L.A. Law "Pilot" Ray Daniels, Joe Ann Fogle NBC
"The Venus Butterfly" Bonnie Koehler
St. Elsewhere "Afterlife" John Heath
1988
[14]
L.A. Law "Full Marital Jacket" Elodie Keene NBC
China Beach "Pilot" Erwin Dumbrille, Christopher Nelson ABC
Frank's Place "Food Fight" Marsh Hendry, Robert Souders CBS
L.A. Law "Divorce with Extreme Prejudice" Quinnie Martin Jr. NBC
Thirtysomething "Therapy" Victor Du Bois, Richard Freeman ABC
1989
[15]
Thirtysomething "First Day/Last Day" Steven Rosenblum ABC
China Beach "Vets" Randy Jon Morgan ABC
L.A. Law "His Suit Is Hirsute" Paul Dixon NBC
Wiseguy "White Noise" Larry Strong, Ron Spang CBS
The Wonder Years "Loosiers" Stuart Bass ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1990
[16]
Twin Peaks "Pilot" Duwayne Dunham ABC
China Beach "The Unquiet Earth" Susan B. Browdy ABC
Midnight Caller "Someone to Love" Roger Bondelli NBC
Star Trek: The Next Generation "Déjà Q" Robert Lederman Syndicated
The Wonder Years "Good-bye" Michael Vejar ABC
1991
[17]
Cop Rock "Pilot" Thomas R. Moore ABC
DEA "Pilot" Dann Cahn Fox
Dinosaurs "The Mighty Megalosaurus" Marco Zappia ABC
L.A. Law "God Rest Ye Murray Gentleman" Jonathan Pontell NBC
1992
[18]
Northern Exposure "Cicely" Thomas R. Moore CBS
Brooklyn Bridge "War of the Worlds" Roger Bondelli, Jerry U. Frizell, Ron Volk CBS
Law & Order "Misconception" Arthur W. Forney NBC
Northern Exposure "Three Amigos" Briana London CBS
The Trials of Rosie O'Neill "This Can't Be Love" Jeanene Ambler
1993
[19]
Quantum Leap "Lee Harvey Oswald" Jon Koslowsky NBC
Brooklyn Bridge "In the Still of the Night" Ron Volk CBS
Northern Exposure "Thanksgiving" Briana London
Sisters "Crash and Born" Susanne Malles NBC
1994
[20]
NYPD Blue "Tempest in a C-Cup" Stanford C. Allen ABC
Christy "A Closer Walk" Jeanene Ambler CBS
Law & Order "Sanctuary" Billy Fox, Laurie Grotstein NBC
NYPD Blue "Pilot" Lawrence Jordan ABC
Star Trek: The Next Generation "All Good Things..." Daryl Baskin, John Farrell, David Ramirez Syndicated
1995
[21]
ER "Love's Labor Lost" Randy Jon Morgan, Rick Tuber NBC
Chicago Hope "Pilot" Lori Jane Coleman CBS
"The Quarantine" Randy Roberts
ER "Pilot" Randy Jon Morgan NBC
The X-Files "Duane Barry" James Coblentz Fox
"Sleepless" Stephen Mark
1996
[22]
JAG "Pilot" Jon Koslowsky NBC
Chicago Hope "Leave of Absence" Jim Stewart CBS
ER "The Healers" Randy Jon Morgan NBC
"Hell and Water High" Jacque Elaine Toberen
NYPD Blue "Death in the Family" Craig Bench ABC
1997
[23]
ER "The Long Way Around" Randy Jon Morgan NBC
Chicago Hope "Days of the Rope" Alec Smight, Mark C. Baldwin, Augie Hess CBS
ER "Union Station" Kevin Casey NBC
Law & Order "Judgment in L.A., Part 2" David Siegel
The X-Files "Tempus Fugit" Heather MacDougall Fox
"Terma" Jim Gross
1998
[24]
The X-Files "Kill Switch" Heather MacDougall Fox
Ally McBeal "Cro-Magnon" Thomas R. Moore Fox
Chicago Hope "Brain Salad Surgery" Alec Smight CBS
ER "Exodus" Kevin Casey NBC
The X-Files "Mind's Eye" Casey O. Rohrs Fox
"The Post-Modern Prometheus" Lynne Willingham
1999
[25]
The Sopranos "Pilot" Joanna Cappuccilli Lovetti HBO
Ally McBeal "Angels and Blimps" Philip Carr Neel Fox
ER "The Storm, Part 1" Kevin Casey NBC
The X-Files "S.R. 819" Heather MacDougall Fox

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2000
[26]
ER "All in the Family" Kevin Casey NBC
The Sopranos "Funhouse" Sidney Wolinsky HBO
"The Knight in White Satin Armor" William B. Stich
The West Wing "In Excelsis Deo" Bill Johnson NBC
"What Kind of Day Has It Been" Tina Hirsch
2001
[27]
The West Wing "Two Cathedrals" Bill Johnson NBC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Pilot" Alex Mackie, Alec Smight CBS
The Practice "The Day After" Susanne Malles ABC
The Sopranos "Employee of the Month" Sidney Wolinsky HBO
"Pine Barrens" Conrad M. Gonzalez

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2002
[28]
24 "7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m." Chris G. Willingham Fox
Alias "Q & A" Maryann Brandon ABC
Six Feet Under "Pilot" Christopher Nelson HBO
24 "12:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m." David B. Thompson Fox
The West Wing "100,000 Airplanes" Janet Ashikaga NBC
"Bartlet for America" Lauren A. Schaffer
2003
[29]
24 "Day 2: 5:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m." Chris G. Willingham Fox
Alias "Phase One" Maryann Brandon ABC
The Sopranos "Whoever Did This" William B. Stich HBO
24 "Day 2: 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m." David Latham, Chris G. Willingham Fox
The West Wing "Twenty Five" Janet Ashikaga NBC
2004
[30]
24 "Day 3: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m." Chris G. Willingham Fox
ER "Freefall" Kevin Casey NBC
The Sopranos "All Happy Families..." Sidney Wolinsky HBO
"Irregular Around the Margins" Conrad M. Gonzalez
"Long Term Parking" William B. Stich
2005
[31]
Lost "Pilot" Mary Jo Markey ABC
Deadwood "A Lie Agreed Upon, Part 1" Stephen Mark HBO
24 "Day 4: 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m." Scott Powell Fox
"Day 4: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m." David Latham
"Day 4: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m." Chris G. Willingham
2006
[32]
24 "Day 5: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m." David Latham Fox
Boston Legal "Race Ipsa" Philip Carr Neel ABC
Lost "Live Together, Die Alone" Sue Blainey, Sarah Boyd, Stephen Semel
"One of Them" Sarah Boyd
24 "Day 5: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m." Scott Powell Fox
2007
[33]
Dexter "Dexter" Elena Maganini Showtime
Heroes "Genesis" Donn Aron, Louise Innes, Michael S. Murphy NBC
Lost "Through the Looking Glass" Mark Goldman, Stephen Semel, Henk Van Eeghen ABC
The Sopranos "The Second Coming" Lynne Whitlock HBO
"Soprano Home Movies" William B. Stich
2008
[34]
Breaking Bad "Pilot" Lynne Willingham AMC
Battlestar Galactica "He That Believeth in Me" Julius Ramsey Sci Fi
Boston Legal "The Mighty Rogues" Philip Carr Neel ABC
Heroes "Powerless" Scott Boyd NBC
Lost "There's No Place Like Home, Part 2" Robert Florio, Mark Goldman, Stephen Semel, Henk Van Eeghen ABC
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles "Pilot" Paul Karasick Fox
2009
[35]
Breaking Bad "ABQ" Lynne Willingham AMC
Battlestar Galactica "Daybreak, Part 2" Michael O'Halloran, Julius Ramsay, Andrew Seklir Sci Fi
Lost "The Incident" Mark Goldman, Christopher Nelson, Stephen Semel ABC
Mad Men "Maidenform" Cindy Mollo AMC
24 "Day 7: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m." Scott Powell Fox

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2010
[36]
Lost "The End" Mark Goldman, Christopher Nelson, Stephen Semel, Henk Van Eeghan ABC
Breaking Bad "No Mas" Skip MacDonald AMC
Dexter "The Getaway" Matthew V. Colonna Showtime
Mad Men "Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency" Tom Wilson AMC
"The Gypsy and the Hobo" Christopher Nelson, Pattye Rogers
2011
[37]
Boardwalk Empire "Boardwalk Empire" Sidney Wolinsky HBO
Dexter "Take It!" Louis Cioffi Showtime
The Killing "Pilot" Elizabeth Kling AMC
Mad Men "Blowing Smoke" Pattye Rogers, Leo Trombetta
"The Suitcase" Tom Wilson
2012
[38]
Homeland "Pilot" Jordan Goldman, David Latham Showtime
Breaking Bad "End Times" Kelley Dixon AMC
"Face Off" Skip MacDonald
Downton Abbey "Episode Seven" John Wilson PBS
Mad Men "Far Away Places" Chris Gay AMC
2013
[39]
Breaking Bad "Gliding Over All" Kelley Dixon AMC
Breaking Bad "Dead Freight" Skip MacDonald AMC
Game of Thrones "The Rains of Castamere" Oral Ottey HBO
House of Cards "Chapter 1" Kirk Baxter Netflix
Mad Men "Collaborators" Chris Figler AMC
2014
[40]
Breaking Bad "Felina" Skip MacDonald AMC
Breaking Bad "Granite State" Kelley Dixon, Chris McCaleb AMC
"To'hajiilee" Kelley Dixon
House of Cards "Chapter 14" Byron Smith Netflix
True Detective "Who Goes There" Affonso Gonçalves HBO
2015
[41]
Game of Thrones "The Dance of Dragons" Katie Weiland HBO
Better Call Saul "Five-O" Kelley Dixon AMC
"Marco" Kelley Dixon, Chris McCaleb
Game of Thrones "Hardhome" Tim Porter HBO
Mad Men "Person to Person" Tom Wilson AMC
2016
[42]
Game of Thrones "Battle of the Bastards" Tim Porter HBO
Better Call Saul "Nailed" Kelley Dixon, Chris McCaleb AMC
"Rebecca" Kelley Dixon
Game of Thrones "Oathbreaker" Katie Weiland HBO
Narcos "Descenso" Leo Trombetta Netflix
2017
[43]
Stranger Things "Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers" Dean Zimmerman Netflix
Better Call Saul "Chicanery" Skip Macdonald AMC
"Witness" Kelley Dixon, Skip MacDonald
Stranger Things "Chapter Seven: The Bathtub" Kevin D. Ross Netflix
Westworld "The Bicameral Mind" Andrew Seklir HBO

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

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