Primetime Emmy Award for Short-format Animation
|Primetime Emmy Award for Short-format Animation|
|Awarded for||Outstanding Short-format Animation|
|Presented by||Academy of Television Arts & Sciences|
|Currently held by||Adventure Time: "Jake the Brick" (2015)|
The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program is a Creative Arts Emmy Award which is given annually beginning in 2008 to an animated series or special of 15 minutes or shorter in length. In 2008 and 2009, the category was called "Outstanding Special Class Short-format Animated Program", and was an "area" award which could have one, more than one, or no, winners; starting in 2010, the name was changed, and it was made a "category" award which (unless there is a tie) must have one winner. Note that a show whose episodes mainly consist of multiple stories, each 15 minutes or shorter, can either enter one story in this category, or a full episode in the Outstanding Animated Program category.
Winners and nominations
|Camp Lazlo||"Lazlo's First Crush'"||Cartoon Network|
|Chowder||"Burple Nurples"||Cartoon Network|
|None (neither nominee received the necessary 50% support)|
|Phineas and Ferb||"The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein"||Disney Channel|
|SpongeBob SquarePants||"Dear Vikings"||Nickelodeon|
- 2 - Mickey Mouse
- 24 - Cartoon Network / Adult Swim
- 5 - Disney Channel
- 2 - Disney XD / Nickelodeon
- 1 - ABC / Disney.com
- 6 - Adventure Time / Robot Chicken
- 5 - Regular Show
- 3 - Phineas and Ferb / Mickey Mouse
- 2 - Chowder / SpongeBob SquarePants
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