Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series
Awarded forOutstanding Variety Sketch Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded2015
Currently held bySaturday Night Live (2018)
Websiteemmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series is an award presented to the best sketch comedy-driven variety show of the year.

In 2015, Outstanding Variety Series was separated into two categories – Outstanding Variety Talk Series and Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.[1]

Winners and nominations[edit]

2010s[edit]

Year Program Producers Network
2015
(67th)
[2]
Inside Amy Schumer
(Season 3)
Amy Schumer, Jessi Klein, Daniel Powell, Steven Ast and Tony Hernandez, executive producers; Kim Caramele and Kevin Kane, producers Comedy Central
Drunk History
(Season 2)
Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, Owen Burke, Derek Waters, Jeremy Konner and Seth Weitberg, executive producers; Melissa Wylie, produced by Comedy Central
Key & Peele
(Season 4)
Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Ian Roberts, Jay Martel, Joel Zadak, Peter Principato and Paul Young, executive producers; Peter Atencio, co-executive producer; Linda Morel, produced by; Keith Raskin, consulting producer
Portlandia
(Season 5)
Lorne Michaels, Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Jonathan Krisel and Andrew Singer, executive producers; Karey Dornetto and Graham Wagner, co-executive producers; David Cress and Alice Mathias, producers IFC
Saturday Night Live
(Season 40)
Lorne Michaels, executive producer; Ken Aymong, supervising producer; Lindsay Shookus and Erin Doyle, producers; Steve Higgins and Erik Kenward, produced by NBC
2016
(68th)
[3]
Key & Peele
(Season 5)
Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Ian Roberts, Jay Martel, Joel Zadak, Peter Principato and Paul Young, executive producers; Peter Atencio, co-executive producer; Linda Morel, produced by Comedy Central
Documentary Now!
(Season 1)
Lorne Michaels, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, Rhys Thomas and Andrew Singer, executive producers; Erik Kenward, supervising producer; Hilary Marx and Alice Mathias, producers; Stephanie Meurer, produced by IFC
Drunk History
(Season 3)
Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, Owen Burke, Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner, executive producers; Seth Weitberg, co-executive producer; Melissa Wylie, produced by Comedy Central
Inside Amy Schumer
(Season 4)
Amy Schumer, Daniel Jason Powell, Jessi Klein, Steven Ast and Tony Hernandez, executive producers; Kim Caramele and Kevin Kane, supervising producers; Ayesha Rokadia, Ryan Cunningham, Tami Sagher, Christine Nangle, Kurt Metzger and Kyle Dunnigan, producers
Portlandia
(Season 6)
Lorne Michaels, Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Jonathan Krisel and Andrew Singer, executive producers; Karey Dornetto, Graham Wagner and Alice Mathias, co-executive producers; David Cress, producer IFC
Saturday Night Live
(Season 41)
Lorne Michaels, executive producer; Ken Aymong, supervising producer; Lindsay Shookus and Erin Doyle, producers; Steve Higgins and Erik Kenward, produced by NBC
2017
(69th)
[4]
Saturday Night Live
(Season 42)
Lorne Michaels, executive producer; Ken Aymong, supervising producer; Lindsay Shookus and Erin Doyle, producers; Steve Higgins and Erik Kenward, produced by NBC
Billy on the Street
(Season 5)
Billy Eichner, Mike Farah, Anna Wenger, Doug Brady, Richard Kathlean, and Bill Parker, executive producers; Elizabeth Baquet and Mary Zappulla, supervising producers truTV
Documentary Now!
(Season 2)
Lorne Michaels, Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers, Alex Buono, Rhys Thomas, and Andrew Singer, executive producers; John Mulaney, co-executive producer; Alice Mathias, producer; Scott Sites, produced by IFC
Drunk History
(Season 4)
Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, Derek Waters, Jeremy Konner, and Owen Burke, executive producers; Melissa Wylie, produced by Comedy Central
Portlandia
(Season 7)
Lorne Michaels, Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Jonathan Krisel, and Andrew Singer, executive producers; Graham Wagner and Alice Mathias, co-executive producers; David Cress, producer IFC
Tracey Ullman's Show
(Season 1)
Tracey Ullman, Ben Farrell, and Myfanwy Moore, executive producers; Caroline Norris, producer HBO
2018
(70th)
[5]
Saturday Night Live
(Season 43)
Lorne Michaels, executive producer; Ken Aymong, supervising producer; Lindsay Shookus, Erin Doyle and Tom Broecker, producers; Steve Higgins and Erik Kenward, produced by NBC
At Home with Amy Sedaris
(Season 1)
Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, Cindy Caponera, Vernon Chatman, John Lee and Alyson Levy, executive producers; Bernie Kaminski, co-executive producer; Jodi Lennon, Ryan Cunningham and Daria Scoccimarro, producers truTV
Drunk History
(Season 5)
Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Owen Burke, Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner, executive producers; Greg Tuculescu, co-executive producer; Zachary Halley, produced by Comedy Central
I Love You, America
(Season 1)
Sarah Silverman, Amy Zvi, Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, Gavin Purcell and Joe Farrell, executive producers; David Ferguson, Meaghan Rady and Becca Kinsky, co-executive producers; Allyce Ozarski, produced by Hulu
Portlandia
(Season 8)
Lorne Michaels, Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Jonathan Krisel, Andrew Singer, Graham Wagner, Alice Mathias and Karey Dornetto, executive producers; David Cress, producer IFC
Tracey Ullman's Show
(Season 2)
Tracey Ullman, executive producer; Caroline Norris, producer HBO

Programs with multiple wins[edit]

Totals include wins for Outstanding Variety Series.

4 wins

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

Totals include nominations for Outstanding Variety Series.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (February 20, 2015). "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". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 16, 2015.
  2. ^ "Nominees/Winners". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 13, 2017.
  3. ^ "Nominees/Winners". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 13, 2017.
  4. ^ "Nominees/Winners". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 13, 2017.
  5. ^ "Nominees/Winners". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved July 12, 2018.