Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Drama

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The Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Drama, also known as the Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama, is an annual award given by the Producers Guild of America since 2000.

Previous PGA television awards[edit]

Prior to 2000, the award for outstanding producer of episodic television was not split into comedy and drama. Out of the eleven honored television programs, seven were episodic dramas:[1]

  1. 1991: Northern Exposure (CBS)
  2. 1992: I'll Fly Away (NBC)
  3. 1993: NYPD Blue (ABC)
  4. 1994: ER (NBC)
  5. 1996: Law & Order (NBC)
  6. 1998: The Practice (ABC)
  7. 1999: The Sopranos (HBO)

Winners and nominees[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Network
2000
(12th)
The West Wing NBC
ER NBC
Law & Order NBC
Oz HBO
The Practice ABC
2001
(13th)
The West Wing NBC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
Law & Order NBC
Six Feet Under HBO
The Sopranos HBO
2002
(14th)
24 Fox
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
Six Feet Under HBO
The Sopranos HBO
The West Wing NBC
2003
(15th)
Six Feet Under HBO
24 Fox
Alias ABC
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
The West Wing NBC
2004
(16th)
The Sopranos HBO
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
Nip/Tuck FX
Six Feet Under HBO
The West Wing NBC
2005
(17th)
Lost ABC
24 Fox
Boston Legal ABC
Grey's Anatomy ABC
Six Feet Under HBO
2006
(18th)
Grey's Anatomy ABC
24 Fox
House Fox
Lost ABC
The Sopranos HBO
2007
(19th)
The Sopranos HBO
Dexter Showtime
Grey's Anatomy ABC
Heroes NBC
House Fox
Lost ABC
2008
(20th)
Mad Men AMC
Boston Legal ABC
Damages FX
Dexter Showtime
Lost ABC
2009
(21st)
Mad Men AMC
Breaking Bad AMC
Dexter Showtime
Lost ABC
True Blood HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Network
2010
(22nd)
Mad Men AMC
Breaking Bad AMC
Dexter Showtime
Lost ABC
True Blood HBO
2011
(23rd)
Boardwalk Empire HBO
Dexter Showtime
Game of Thrones HBO
The Good Wife CBS
Mad Men AMC
2012
(24th)
Homeland Showtime
Breaking Bad AMC
Downton Abbey PBS
Game of Thrones HBO
Mad Men AMC
2013
(25th)
Breaking Bad AMC
Downton Abbey PBS
Game of Thrones HBO
Homeland Showtime
House of Cards Netflix
2014
(26th)
Breaking Bad AMC
Downton Abbey PBS
Game of Thrones HBO
House of Cards Netflix
True Detective HBO
2015
(27th)
Game of Thrones HBO
Better Call Saul AMC
Homeland Showtime
House of Cards Netflix
Mad Men AMC
2016
(28th)
Stranger Things Netflix
Better Call Saul AMC
Game of Thrones HBO
House of Cards Netflix
Westworld HBO
2017
(29th)
Big Little Lies HBO
The Crown Netflix
Game of Thrones HBO
The Handmaid's Tale Hulu
Stranger Things Netflix

Total awards by network[edit]

  • NBC – 6
  • HBO – 6
  • AMC – 5
  • ABC – 4
  • FOX – 1
  • Showtime – 1
  • Netflix – 1

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

3 awards
  • Mad Men (consecutive)
2 awards
  • Breaking Bad (consecutive)
  • The West Wing (consecutive)
  • The Sopranos

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PGA Award Winners 1990-2010". Producers Guild of America. Retrieved 22 August 2017.