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 Katie Weiland
Game of Thrones (2015)
Official website http://www.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 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 nominees[edit]

2000s[edit]

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

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Network Nominees
2010[9] Lost "The End" ABC Henk Van Eeghan
Mark Goldman
Christopher Nelson
Stephen Semel
Breaking Bad "No Mas" AMC Skip MacDonald
Dexter "The Getaway" Showtime Matthew V. Colonna
Mad Men "Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency" AMC Tom Wilson
"The Gypsy and the Hobo" Christopher Nelson
Pattye Rogers
2011[10] Boardwalk Empire "Boardwalk Empire" HBO Sidney Wolinsky
Dexter "Take It!" Showtime Louis Cioffi
The Killing "Pilot" AMC Elizabeth Kling
Mad Men "Blowing Smoke" Leo Trombetta
Pattye Rogers
"The Suitcase" Tom Wilson
2012[11] Homeland "Pilot" Showtime Jordan Goldman
David Latham
Breaking Bad "End Times" AMC Kelley Dixon
"Face Off" Skip MacDonald
Downton Abbey "Episode Seven" PBS John Wilson
Mad Men "Far Away Places" AMC Chris Gay
2013[12] Breaking Bad "Gliding Over All" AMC Kelley Dixon
Breaking Bad "Dead Freight" AMC Skip MacDonald
Game of Thrones "The Rains of Castamere" HBO Oral Ottey
House of Cards "Chapter 1" Netflix Kirk Baxter
Mad Men "Collaborators" AMC Chris Figler
2014[13] Breaking Bad "Felina" AMC Skip MacDonald
Breaking Bad "Granite State" AMC Kelley Dixon and Chris McCaleb
"To’hajiilee" Kelley Dixon
House of Cards "Chapter 14" Netflix Byron Smith
True Detective "Who Goes There" HBO Affonso Gonçalves
2015[14] Game of Thrones "The Dance of Dragons" HBO Katie Weiland
Better Call Saul "Five-O" AMC Kelley Dixon
"Marco" Kelley Dixon and Chris McCaleb
Game of Thrones "Hardhome" HBO Tim Porter
Mad Men "Person to Person" AMC Tom Wilson
2015[15] Better Call Saul "Nailed" AMC Kelley Dixon and Chris McCaleb
"Rebecca" Kelley Dixon
Game of Thrones "Battle of the Bastards" HBO Tim Porter
"Oathbreaker" Katie Weiland
Narcos "Descenso" Netflix Leo Trombetta

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

11 nominations
10 nominations
8 nominations
7 nominations
6 nominations
5 nominations
4 nominations
3 nominations
2 nominations

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