List of Primetime Emmy Awards received by Netflix
Category Wins Nominations
Program 17 102
Performance 15 125
Directing 13 45
Writing 11 47
Casting 7 28
Cinematography 9 42
Costumes 4 17
Hairstyling 1 10
Hosting 0 3
Individual Achievement in Animation 1
Interactive Media 2 6
Main Title Design 1 10
Makeup 0 7
Motion Design 3
Music 7 50
Picture Editing 10 34
Production Design 4 24
Sound 4 48
Special Effects 0 10
Stunt Coordination 3 10
Technical Direction 0 1
Totals
Wins 160
Nominations 619

Netflix is an American over-the-top content platform and production company.

In 2013, Netflix became the first streaming platform whose TV production won a Primetime Emmy Award with House of Cards becoming the first online-only streaming television series to receive major nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards.[1] House of Cards scored nine nominations overall, including Outstanding Drama Series.[1] Meanwhile, its first episode, "Chapter 1", received four nominations, becoming the first webisode (online-only episode) of a television series to receive a major Primetime Emmy Award nomination. Laray Mayfield and Julie Schubert won Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series while Eigil Bryld won for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour);[2] meanwhile, David Fincher won for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series.[3] Both Bryld and Fincher won for the episode "Chapter 1", making it the first Emmy-winning webisode;[4] Jeff Beal was also nominated for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) for the same episode. The series was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series four more times, receiving nominations for its first five seasons; however, it wasn't nominated for its sixth and final season.

In 2014, Orange Is the New Black's first season was submitted and nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series[5] while the second season received a nomination for Outstanding Drama Series, becoming the first series to be nominated for both categories.[6] The first season also earned nominations for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series, for the episodes "I Wasn't Ready" and "Lesbian Request Denied", respectively.

In 2020, programs produced by Netflix set an all-time record by receiving 160 nominations, the most nominations produced by a single network in a single year.[7] In total, programs produced by the streaming service received over 600 nominations and won 112; 3 wins of 14 nominations in 2013, 7 wins of 31 nominations in 2014, 2 wins of 34 nominations in 2015, 9 wins of 54 nominations in 2016, 20 wins of 91 nominations in 2017, 23 wins of 112 nominations in 2018, 27 wins of 118 nominations in 2019, and 21 wins of 160 nominations in 2020.[8]

Drama

Drama Series

In 2013, House of Cards became the first television series from a streaming service to be nominated for an Emmy Award. In 2014, the Political drama received its second nomination. A year later, Orange Is the New Black was nominated for its first season and House of Cards for its third season. House of Cards was nominated for the fourth consecutive time in 2016. During the ceremony of 2017, three series received nominations in the category: House of Cards, The Crown, and Stranger Things. Both, The Crown and Stranger Things repeated nominations in 2018. In 2019, Bodyguard, and Ozark received nominations. During 2020, Ozark, Stranger Things and The Crown received nominations for its third season. In 2020, Bridgerton made its debut in the category and The Crown was nominated for its fourth season.

House of Cards was nominated five times for its first five seasons.
The Crown was the first Netflix's original to win Outstanding Drama Series.
Outstanding Drama Series
Year Series Season Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 Nominated [9]
2014 2 Nominated
2015 3 Nominated
Orange Is the New Black 2 Nominated [10]
2016 House of Cards 4 Nominated [9]
2017 5 Nominated
Stranger Things 1 Nominated [11]
The Crown Nominated [12]
2018 2 Nominated
Stranger Things Nominated [11]
2019 Bodyguard 1 Nominated [13]
Ozark 2 Nominated [14]
2020 3 Nominated
Stranger Things Nominated [11]
The Crown Nominated [12]
2021 4 Won
Bridgerton 1 Nominated [15]
2022 Stranger Things 4 Nominated [11]
Ozark Nominated [14]
Squid Game 1 Nominated [16]

Lead Actor/Actress

Lead Actor in a Drama Series

In 2013, Kevin Spacey was nominated for his role as Frank Underwood in House of Cards. The following year, the actor received a nomination for the second season of the series. In 2015, Kyle Chandler was nominated in the category alongside Kevin Spacey; both actors repeated nominations in 2016. Kevin Spacey was nominated for the fifth season of House of Cards, in 2017. Jason Bateman was nominated three consecutive times, from 2018 to 2020. He was the only lead nominated in the category during that period. In 2021, Regé-Jean Page and Josh O'Connor, received their first Emmy nomination. Bateman returned to the category in 2022 alongside Lee Jung-jae, who received his first nomination.

Jason Bateman received four nominations for his performance in Ozark.
Josh O'Connor won in 2021, for the fourth season of The Crown.
Lee Jung-jae won in 2022 for the first season of Squid Game.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Year Series Season Actor Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 Kevin Spacey Nominated [17]
2014 2 Nominated
2015 3 Nominated
Bloodline 1 Kyle Chandler Nominated [18]
2016 2 Nominated
House of Cards 4 Kevin Spacey Nominated [17]
2017 5 Nominated
2018 Ozark 1 Jason Bateman Nominated [19]
2019 2 Nominated
2020 3 Nominated
2021 The Crown 4 Josh O'Connor Won [20]
Bridgerton 1 Regé-Jean Page Nominated
2022 Squid Game Lee Jung-jae Won
Ozark 4 Jason Bateman Nominated [19]
Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Robin Wright was the only lead nominated, from 2013 to 2016. In 2017, Wright received her fifth nomination and Claire Foy received her first. In 2018, Foy won for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown. She became the first actress from a series produced by Netflix to win. During the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, Laura Linney was nominated for the second season of Ozark and received additional nominations in 2020 and 2022. Robin Wright received a nomination for the last season of House of Cards. In 2020, Laura Linney and Olivia Colman were nominated. During 2021, Emma Corrin was nominated for her role as Princess Diana and Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, in The Crown.

Robin Wright received six nominations for her work in House of Cards.
Claire Foy won for her performance as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown.
Olivia Colman was nominated for season three and four of The Crown, winning the latter.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Year Series Season Actress Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 Robin Wright Nominated [21]
2014 2 Nominated
2015 3 Nominated
2016 4 Nominated
2017 5 Nominated
The Crown 1 Claire Foy Nominated [22]
2018 2 Won
2019 House of Cards 6 Robin Wright Nominated [21]
Ozark 2 Laura Linney Nominated [23]
2020 3 Nominated
The Crown 3 Olivia Colman Nominated [24]
2021 4 Won
Emma Corrin Nominated
2022 Ozark 4 Laura Linney Nominated

Supporting Actor/Actress

Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Michael Kelly and Ben Mendelsohn were nominated in the category in 2015. In 2016, both Kelly and Mendelsohn received nominations, with Mendelsohn winning the award. In 2017, John Lithgow won for his role as Winston Churchill in The Crown. Michael Kelly and David Harbour were nominated. During the 2018 ceremony, Matt Smith received his first Emmy nomination for the second season of The Crown. In addition, David Harbor was nominated for the second season of Stranger Things. In 2019, Michael Kelly was nominated for the final season of House of Cards. For his role in The Crown, Tobias Menzies, won the award in 2021. Both Park Hae-soo and O Yeong-su received their first nominations in 2022 for Squid Game.

In 2016, Ben Mendelsohn, became the first actor from a Netflix's program to winan Emmy.
John Lithgow won for the second season of The Crown.
Park Hae-soo scored his first Emmy nomination in 2022.
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Year Series Season Actor Result Ref.
2015 House of Cards 3 Michael Kelly Nominated [25]
Bloodline 1 Ben Mendelsohn Nominated [26]
2016 2 Won [26]
House of Cards 4 Michael Kelly Nominated [25]
2017 5 Nominated
The Crown 1 John Lithgow Won [27]
Stranger Things 1 David Harbour Nominated [28]
2018 2 Nominated
The Crown 2 Matt Smith Nominated [29]
2019 House of Cards 6 Michael Kelly Nominated [25]
2021 The Crown 4 Tobias Menzies Won [30]
2022 Squid Game 1 O Yeong-su Nominated [31]
Park Hae-soo Nominated
Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Uzo Aduba won her second Emmy for Orange Is the New Black in 2015. Aduba and Millie Bobby Brown received nominations during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. In 2018, Vanessa Kiby and Millie Bobby Brown were nominated. Julia Garner won two consecutive years, 2019 and 2020, for her role as Ruth Langmore in Ozark and won a third time in 2022 for the show's final season. In 2020, Helena Bonham Carter was nominated for her role as Princess Margaret in the third season of The Crown and received another nomination in 2021 alonsgisde co-stars Emerald Fennell, and eventual winner Gillian Anderson. HoYeon Jung received her first nomination in 2022 for her work on Squid Game.

Uzo Aduba was the first actress from a Netflix program to win in the category.
Julia Garner won three times for her role in Ozark, receiving two awards consecutively.
Gillian Anderson won in 2021, becoming the third consecutive Supporting Actress award received by an actress in a Netflix's program.
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Year Series Season Actress Result Ref.
2015 Orange Is the New Black 2 Uzo Aduba Won [32]
2017 4 Nominated
Stranger Things 1 Millie Bobby Brown Nominated [33]
2018 2 Nominated
The Crown 2 Vanessa Kirby Nominated [34]
2019 Ozark 2 Julia Garner Won [35]
2020 3 Won
The Crown 3 Helena Bonham Carter Nominated [36]
2021 4 Nominated
Gillian Anderson Won [37]
Emerald Fennell Nominated
2022 Squid Game 1 Jung Ho-yeon Nominated [38]
Ozark 4 Julia Garner Won [35]

Guest Actor/Actress

Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Reg E. Cathey was nominated in 2014 and won in 2015. Pablo Schreiber received a nomination for portraying George "Pornstache" Mendez in Orange Is the New Black. During the 2016 ceremony, Mahershala Ali, Paul Sparks, and Reg E. Cathey were nominated for House of Cards. Ben Mendelsohn received a nomination for the last season of Bloodline. In 2018, Cameron Britton was nominated for Mindhunter and Matthew Goode for The Crown. Andrew Scott was nominated, in 2020, for Black Mirror. During the 73rd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Charles Dance received a nomination for his role as Lord Mountbatten in The Crown.

Reg E. Cathey won for his role in the third season of House of Cards .
Mahershala Ali was nominated for his first Emmy in 2016.
Andrew Scott was nominated for his performance on Black Mirror.
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series
Year Series Season Actor Result Ref.
2014 House of Cards 2 Reg E. Cathey Nominated [39]
2015 3 Won
Orange Is the New Black 2 Pablo Schreiber Nominated [40]
2016 House of Cards 4 Mahershala Ali Nominated [41]
Reg E. Cathey Nominated [39]
Paul Sparks Nominated [42]
2017 Bloodline 3 Ben Mendelsohn Nominated [26]
2018 Mindhunter 1 Cameron Britton Nominated [43]
The Crown 2 Matthew Goode Nominated [44]
2020 Black Mirror 5 Andrew Scott Nominated [45]
2021 The Crown 4 Charles Dance Nominated
2022 Ozark 4 Tom Pelphrey Nominated
Guest Actress in a Drama Series

In 2014, Kate Mara received a nomination for her role in House of Cards. The following year, Rachel Brosnahan was nominated for the third season of the series. In 2016, Ellen Burstyn and Molly Parker received nominations for the fourth season of House of Cards. At the 2017 ceremony, the streaming service scored two nominations, with Shannon Purser for Stranger Things and Laverne Cox for Orange Is the New Black. Cox was nominated in 2019 and 2020. In 2021, Claire Foy won her second Emmy for The Crown. In addition, Sophie Okonedo was nominated for Ratched. Lee Yoo-mi won on her first nomination in 2022 for her work on Squid Game.

Kate Mara got nominated in 2014, for her role in House of Cards.
Shannon Purser was nominated for the first season of Stranger Things.
Lee Yoo-mi received a nomination for Squid Game.
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Year Series Season Actress Result Ref.
2014 House of Cards 2 Kate Mara Nominated [46]
2015 3 Rachel Brosnahan Nominated [47]
2016 4 Ellen Burstyn Nominated [48]
Molly Parker Nominated [49]
2017 Stranger Things 1 Shannon Purser Nominated [50]
Orange Is the New Black 4 Laverne Cox Nominated [51]
2019 6 Nominated
2020 7 Nominated
2021 The Crown 4 Claire Foy Won [22]
Ratched 1 Sophie Okonedo Nominated
2022 Squid Game Lee Yoo-mi Won

Directing and Writing

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

In 2013, David Fincher won for his work in House of Cards. The Duffer Brothers received two nominations for the first and second seasons of Stranger Things. The Crown has received six nominations, winning twice. Ozark was nominated six times, with Jason Bateman winning in 2019. Both, Bridgerton and Squid Game, were nominated for its debut seasons. Directors of Netflix's programs received eighteen nominations, winning four times.

2013 winner, David Fincher directed the first episode of season one of House of Cards.
Alik Sakharov was nominated during the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards.
Hwang Dong-hyuk received a nomination for his work in Squid Game.
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
Year Series Season Director Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 David Fincher Won [52]
2014 2 Carl Franklin Nominated [53]
2017 Stranger Things 1 The Duffer Brothers Nominated [54]
The Crown Stephen Daldry Nominated
2018 2 Won [55]
Stranger Things The Duffer Brothers Nominated
Ozark 1 Daniel Sackheim Nominated
Jason Bateman Nominated
2019 2 Won [56]
2020 3 Alik Sakharov Nominated [57]
Ben Semanoff Nominated
The Crown Jessica Hobbs Nominated
Benjamin Caron Nominated
2021 4 Nominated [58]
Jessica Hobbs Won
Bridgerton 1 Julie Anne Robinson Nominated
2022 Squid Game Hwang Dong-hyuk Won
Ozark 4 Jason Bateman Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

Writers of Netflix's programs received their first writing nomination in 2013, with House of Cards. In 2017, The Crown and Stranger Things scored nominations for its debut season. Both shows received nominations for its second season. Jed Mercurio was nomianted for his work in Bodyguard. In 2020, Ozark received three nominations for episodes "All In", "Boss Fight", and "Fire Pink". Peter Morgan was nominated for seasons three and four of The Crown, winning the latter. In 2022, Hwang Dong-hyuk was nominated for writing episode "One Lucky Day" from the first season of Squid Game.

Jed Mercurio was nominated in 2019 for his work in Bodyguard.
John Shiban received a nomination for writing "Boss Fight" from Ozark's third season.
Peter Morgan has been nominated four times, winning in 2021 for The Crown.
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
Year Series Season Writer(s) Result Ref.
2014 House of Cards 1 Beau Willimon Nominated [59]
2017 The Crown Peter Morgan Nominated [60]
Stranger Things The Duffer Brothers Nominated
2018 2 Nominated [61]
The Crown Peter Morgan Nominated
2019 Bodyguard 1 Jed Mercurio Nominated [62]
2020 Ozark 3 Miki Johnson Nominated [63]
Chris Mundy Nominated
John Shiban Nominated
The Crown Peter Morgan Nominated
2021 4 Won [64]
2022 Squid Game 1 Hwang Dong-hyuk Nominated
Ozark 4 Chris Mundy Nominated

Cinematography

House of Cards won for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) in 2013. The series was also nominated for seasons two, three, and four. In 2017, The Crown, Sense8 and Stranger Things were each nominated for the award. In 2018, Adriano Goldman, from The Crown, won for his work on the episode "Beryl"; Goldman was also nominated in 2017 and 2020. Meanwhile, Ben Kutchins was nominated twice for Ozark in 2018 and 2020.

Erik Messerschmidt was nominated in 2020, for his work on the second season of Mindhunter.
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour)
Year Series Season Nominee Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 Eigil Bryld Won [65]
2014 2 Igor Martinovic Nominated [66]
2015 3 Martin Ahlgren Nominated [67]
2016 4 David M. Dunlap Nominated [68]
2017 Sense8 2 John Toll Nominated [69]
Stranger Things 1 Tim Ives Nominated
The Crown Adriano Goldman Nominated
2018 2 Won [70]
Stranger Things Tim Ives Nominated
Ozark Ben Kutchins Nominated
2020 3 Nominated [71]
Armando Salas Nominated
Mindhunter 2 Erik Messerschmidt Nominated
The Crown 3 Adriano Goldman Nominated
2021 4 Won [72]
Bridgerton 1 Jeffrey Jur Nominated
The Umbrella Academy 2 Neville Kidd Nominated
2022 Squid Game 1 Lee Hyung-deok Nominated [73]
Ozark 4 Ben Kutchins Nominated

Picture Editing

House of Cards received nominations for seasons one and two. In 2016, Leo Trombetta was nominated for his work in Narcos. Dean Zimmerman won in 2017 for Stranger Things. Meanwhile, Kevin D. Ross was nominated for two consecutive years for episodes "Chapter Seven: The Bathtub" and "Chapter Nine: The Gate". Ozark received three nominations. In 2021, The Crown scored two nominations.

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series
Year Series Season Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 Kirk Baxter Nominated [74]
2014 2 Byron Smith Nominated [75]
2016 Narcos 1 Leo Trombetta Nominated [76]
2017 Stranger Things Dean Zimmerman Won [77]
Kevin D. Ross Nominated
2018 2 Nominated [78]
2019 Ozark Cindy Mollo, Heather Goodwin Floyd Nominated [79]
2020 3 Vikash Patel Nominated [80]
Cindy Mollo Nominated
Stranger Things Dean Zimmerman, Katheryn Naranjo Nominated
2021 The Crown 4 Yan Miles Won [81]
Paulo Pandolpho Nominated
2022 Stranger Things Dean Zimmerman, Casey Cichocki Pending
Squid Game 1 Nam Na-yeong Pending

Casting

Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series
Year Series Season Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 House of Cards 1 Laray Mayfield and Julie Schubert Won [9]
2014 2 Nominated
2015 3 Nominated
Orange Is the New Black 2 Jennifer Euston Nominated
2016 3 Nominated [82]
2017 The Crown 1 Nina Gold and Robert Sterne Nominated [83]
Stranger Things Tara Feldstein Bennett, Carmen Cuba, and Chase Paris Won
2018 2 Nominated [84]
The Crown Nina Gold and Robert Sterne Won
2019 Ozark Tara Feldstein Bennett, Alexa L. Fogel, and Chase Paris Nominated [85]
2020 3 Nominated
The Crown Nina Gold and Robert Sterne Nominated
2021 4 Robert Sterne Won
Bridgerton 1 Kelly Valentine Hendry Nominated

Comedy Series

Outstanding Comedy Series
Year Series Season Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black 1 Nominated
2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Nominated [86]
2016 2 Nominated
2017 3 Nominated
Master of None 1 Nominated [87]
2018 2 Nominated
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 4 Nominated
GLOW 1 Nominated [88]
2019 Russian Doll Nominated [89]
2020 Dead to Me 2 Nominated [90]
The Kominsky Method Nominated [91]
2021 3 Nominated
Cobra Kai Nominated
Emily in Paris 1 Nominated

Lead Actor/Actress

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Actor Result Ref.
2013 Arrested Development 4 Jason Bateman Nominated [19]
2014 Derek 2 Ricky Gervais Nominated [92]
2016 Master of None 1 Aziz Ansari Nominated [93]
2017 2 Nominated
2019 The Kominsky Method 1 Michael Douglas Nominated [94]
2020 2 Nominated
2021 3 Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Actress Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black 1 Taylor Schilling Nominated [95]
2015 Grace and Frankie Lily Tomlin Nominated [96]
2016 2 Nominated
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 1 Ellie Kemper Nominated [97]
2017 2 Nominated
Grace and Frankie 3 Jane Fonda Nominated [98]
Lily Tomlin Nominated [96]
2018 4 Nominated
2019 Russian Doll 1 Natasha Lyonne Nominated [99]
Dead to Me Christina Applegate Nominated [100]
2020 2 Nominated
Linda Cardellini Nominated [101]

Supporting Actor/Actress

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

In 2015, Tituss Burgess received his first Emmy nomination for his performance on the first season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Burgess also received nominations for seasons two, three, and four, for a total of four consecutive nominations. Alan Arkin was nominated for the first and second season of The Kominsky Method, in 2019 and 2020 respectively. In 2021, Paul Reiser received a nomination for his supporting role in the final season of The Kominsky Method.

Alik Sakharov received two nominations for The Kominsky Method.
Paul Reiser was nominated during the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards.
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Actor Result Ref.
2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 1 Tituss Burgess Nominated [102]
2016 2 Nominated
2017 3 Nominated
2018 4 Nominated
2019 The Kominsky Method 1 Alan Arkin Nominated [103]
2020 2 Nominated
2021 3 Paul Reiser Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

In 2014, Kate Mulgrew was nominated for her role as Galina "Red" Reznikov in Orange Is the New Black. Jane Krakowski received a nomination for the first season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. In 2018, Betty Gilpin was nominated for GLOW. In 2019 and 2020, Gilpin was nominated for seasons two and three, respectively.

Betty Gilpin was nominated for all three seasons of GLOW.
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Actress Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black 1 Kate Mulgrew Nominated [104]
2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Jane Krakowski Nominated [105]
2018 GLOW Betty Gilpin Nominated [106]
2019 2 Nominated
2020 3 Nominated

Guest Actor/Actress

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

In 2015, Jon Hamm was nominated for his performance as Richard Wayne Gary Wayne in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. During the 73rd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Morgan Freeman received a nomination for his guest appearance in season three of The Kominsky Method.

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Actor Result Ref.
2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 1 Jon Hamm Nominated [107]
2021 The Kominsky Method 3 Morgan Freeman Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Laverne Cox became the first transgender person to be nominated for acting.
Angela Bassett was nominated for her performance in Master of None.
Bette Midler received a nomination for the first season of The Politician.

In 2014, Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox and Natasha Lyonne were nominated for the first season of Orange Is the New Black, with Aduba winning. Laverne Cox became the first transgender person to be nominated for an Emmy in año acting category. The following year, Tina Fey received a nomination for the debut season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Angela Bassett was nominated for Master of None, and Bette Midler for The Politician.

Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Actress Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black 1 Uzo Aduba Won [32]
Laverne Cox Nominated [51]
Natasha Lyonne Nominated [99]
2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Tina Fey Nominated [108]
2017 Master of None 2 Angela Bassett Nominated [109]
2020 The Politician 1 Bette Midler Nominated [110]

Directing and Writing

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

In 2014, Jodie Foster was nominated for directing the episode "Lesbian Request Denied", from Orange Is the New Black. Aziz Ansari was nominated in 2016 for the first season of Master of None. In 2018, Jesse Peretz received a nomination for GLOW.

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Director Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black 1 Jodie Foster Nominated [111]
2016 Master of None Aziz Ansari Nominated [112]
2018 GLOW Jesse Peretz Nominated [113]
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series

In 2014, writers Liz Friedman and Jenji Kohan were nominated for Orange Is the New Black. Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang won for writing "Parents" from Master of None. The following year, Lena Waithe made history when she won in the category becoming the first black female to do so. In 2019, Russian Doll received two nominations for writing.

Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series
Year Series Season Writer(s) Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black 1 Liz Friedman, Jenji Kohan Nominated [114]
2016 Master of None Aziz Ansari, Alan Yang Won [115]
2017 2 Aziz Ansari, Lena Waithe Won [116]
2019 Russian Doll 1 Lyonne, Headland, Poehler Nominated [117]
Allison Silverman Nominated

Cinematography

Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series

The Ranch won the award for seasons one, three, and four, and nominated for season two. Donald A. Morgan is the cinematographer nominated for each season.

Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series
Year Series Season Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 The Ranch 1 Donald A. Morgan Won [118]
2018 2 Nominated [119]
2019 3 Won [120]
2020 4 Won [121]
Family Reunion 1 John Simmons Nominated
2021 Country Comfort George Mooradian Won [122]
The Upshaws Donald A. Morgan Nominated
Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)

In 2018, The End of the F***ing World and GLOW were nominated; the former received a second nomination in 2020. Russian Doll's Chris Teague won for his work on the episode "Ariadne" in 2019.

Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)
Year Series Season Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 The End of the F***ing World 1 Justin Brown Nominated [123]
GLOW Christian Sprenger Nominated
2019 Russian Doll Chris Teague Won [124]
2020 The End of the F***ing World 2 Benedict Spence Nominated [125]

Picture Editing

Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 One Day at a Time "A Snowman's Tale" Pat Barnett Nominated [126]
2018 "Not Yet" Nominated [127]
2019 "The Funeral" Won [128]
Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black "Tit Punch" William Turro Won [129]
"Can't Fix Crazy" Michael S. Stern Nominated
"Tall Men With Feelings" Shannon Mitchell Nominated
2017 Master of None "The Thief" Jennifer Lilly Won [130]
2019 Russian Doll "Ariadne" Laura Weinberg Nominated [131]

Casting

Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series
Year Series Casting Result Ref.
2014 Orange Is the New Black Jennifer Euston Won [132]
2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Jennifer Euston and Meredith Tucker Nominated [133]
2016 Cindy Tolan Nominated [134]
2017 Master of None Cody Beke and Teresa Razzauti Nominated [135]
2018 GLOW Elizabeth Barnes and Jennifer Euston Nominated [136]
2019 Russian Doll Christine Kromer Nominated [137]
2020 Dead to Me Sharon Bialy, Russell Scott, and Sherry Thomas Nominated [138]

Limited Series/Movie

Limited or Anthology Series

In 2018, Godless produced by Netflix scored a nomination for Outstanding Limited Series. The following year, When They See Us, also produced by Netflix, received 11 nominations; the series is produced by Robert De Niro, Ava DuVernay, Jonathan King, Jane Rosenthal, Jeff Skoll, Berry Welsh, and Oprah Winfrey.

Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series
Year Series Genre Creator(s) Result Ref.
2018 Godless Western drama Scott Frank Nominated [139]
2019 When They See Us True crime Ava DuVernay Nominated [140]
2020 Unbelievable Grant, Waldman, and Chabon Nominated [141]
Unorthodox Drama Anna Winger and Alexa Karolinski Nominated [142]
2021 The Queen's Gambit period drama Scott Frank and Allan Scott Won
Television Movie

A Very Murray Christmas was nominated for Outstanding Television Movie in 2016. In 2017, Black Mirror won by submitting "San Junipero" as a movie. A year later, the series won again by using the same strategy with the episode "USS Callister". In 2019, the movie Black Mirror: Bandersnatch won the same award, achieving a third consecutive win for a television movie steeamed by Netflix.[143] Outstanding Television Movie

Outstanding Television Movie
Year Film Genre Result Ref.
2016 A Very Murray Christmas Christmas musical Nominated [144]
2017 Black Mirror: "San Junipero" Science fiction Won [145]
2018 Black Mirror: "USS Callister" Science fiction Won [146]
2019 Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Interactive film Won [147]
2020 American Son Drama Nominated [148]
Dolly Parton's Heartstrings: "These Old Bones" Dramedy Nominated [149]
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Neo-Western Nominated [150]
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs the Reverend Interactive special Nominated [151]
2021 Christmas on the Square Musical film Won [152]

Lead Actor/Actress

Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

In 2015, Ricky Gervais was nominated for Derek: The Special. Three years later, Jesse Plemons was nominated for Black Mirror: "USS Callister". During the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, Jharrel Jerome won for his portrayal of Korey Wise in the limited series When They See Us, becoming the first Afro–Latin American to win for an acting category.[153]

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Year Series / Film Character Actor Result Ref.
2015 Derek Derek Noakes Ricky Gervais Nominated [92]
2018 Black Mirror: "USS Callister" Captain Robert Daly Jesse Plemons Nominated [154]
2019 When They See Us Korey Wise Jharrel Jerome Won [155]
2020 Hollywood Archie Coleman Jeremy Pope Nominated [156]
2021 Halston Halston Ewan McGregor Won
Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

In 2018, Michelle Dockery was nominated for Godless while Regina King won for her performance in Seven Seconds. The following year, Aunjanue Ellis and Niecy Nash were both nominated for When They See Us. In 2020, Shira Haas and Octavia Spencer were nominated for their roles in Unorthodox and Self Made, respectively.

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Year Series / Film Character Actress Result Ref.
2018 Godless Alice Fletcher Michelle Dockery Nominated [157]
Seven Seconds Latrice Butler Regina King Won [158]
2019 When They See Us Sharonne Salaam Aunjanue Ellis Nominated [159]
Delores Wise Niecy Nash Nominated [160]
2020 Self Made Madam C. J. Walker Octavia Spencer Nominated [161]
Unorthodox Esther "Esty" Shapiro Shira Haas Nominated [162]
2021 The Queen's Gambit Beth Harmon Anya Taylor-Joy Nominated

Supporting Actor/Actress

Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

In 2018, Jeff Daniels won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for his performance in Godless. The following year, Asante Blackk, John Leguizamo, and Michael K. Williams were all nominated for When They See Us. In 2020, Tituss Burgess received a nomination for the special Kimmy vs the Reverend. Dylan McDermott and Jim Parsons were nominated for their roles in the miniseries Hollywood.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Year Series / Film Character Actor Result Ref.
2018 Godless Frank Griffin Jeff Daniels Won [163]
2019 When They See Us Kevin Richardson Asante Blackk Nominated [164]
Frank Griffin John Leguizamo Nominated [165]
Bobby McCray Michael K. Williams Nominated [166]
2020 Kimmy vs the Reverend Titus Andromedon Tituss Burgess Nominated [102]
Hollywood Ernest "Ernie" West Dylan McDermott Nominated [167]
Henry Willson Jim Parsons Nominated [168]
2021 The Queen's Gambit Benny Watts Thomas Brodie-Sangster Nominated
Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

In 2018, Merritt Wever won in the category for her role in Godless. Meanwhile, Letitia Wright was nominated for Black Mirror: "Black Museum". In 2019, Marsha Stephanie Blake and Vera Farmiga were both nominated for When They See Us.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Year Series / Film Character Actress Result Ref.
2018 Godless Mary Agnes McNue Merritt Wever Won [169]
Black Mirror: "Black Museum" Nish Letitia Wright Nominated [170]
2019 When They See Us Linda McCray Marsha Stephanie Blake Nominated [171]
Elizabeth Lederer Vera Farmiga Nominated [172]
2020 Unbelievable Det. Grace Rasmussen Toni Collette Nominated [173]
Hollywood Ellen Kincaid Holland Taylor Nominated [174]
2021 The Queen's Gambit Jolene Moses Ingram Nominated

Directing and Writing

Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special

In 2018, Scott Frank was nominated for his directorial work on the limited series Godless. In 2019, Ava DuVernay was nominated for directing the four episodes of When They See Us. In 2020, Maria Schrader won for directing Unorthodox.

Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special
Year Series Episode Director Result Ref.
2018 Godless Scott Frank Nominated [175]
2019 When They See Us Ava DuVernay Nominated [176]
2020 Unorthodox Maria Schrader Won [177]
2021 The Queen's Gambit Scott Frank Won
Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special

Black Mirror has won the award for writing two consecutive years; the first win was for "San Junipero" (by Charlie Brooker) while the second was for "USS Callister" (by William Bridges and Brooker). In 2018, Scott Frank was nominated for writing Godless, and Kevin McManus and Michael McManus were nominated for American Vandal. The following year, When They See Us was nominated for the episode "Part Four", written by Ava DuVernay and Michael Starrbury. In 2020, Michael Chabon, Susannah Grant and Ayelet Waldman were nominated for "Episode 1" of Unbelievable while Anna Winger received a nomination for "Part 1" of Unorthodox.

Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special
Year Series Episode Writer(s) Result Ref.
2017 Black Mirror "San Junipero" Charlie Brooker Won [178]
2018 "USS Callister" William Bridges and Charlie Brooker Won [179]
Godless Scott Frank Nominated
American Vandal "Clear Up" Kevin McManus, Michael McManus Nominated
2019 When They See Us "Part 4" Ava DuVernay, Michael Starrbury Nominated [180]
2020 Unbelievable "Episode 1" Chabon, Grant, and Waldman Nominated [181]
Unorthodox "Part 1" Anna Winger Nominated
2021 The Queen's Gambit Scott Frank Nominated

Cinematography

Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Black Mirror "Nosedive" Seamus McGarvey Nominated [182]
2018 "USS Callister" Stephan Pehrsson Nominated [183]
Godless "An Incident at Creede" Steven Meizler Nominated
2019 When They See Us "Part 1" Bradford Young Nominated [184]
2021 The Queen's Gambit "End Game" Steven Meizler Won [185]

Picture Editing

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Black Mirror "USS Callister" Selina MacArthur Won [186]
2020 El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Skip Macdonald Nominated [187]
2021 The Queen's Gambit "Exchanges" Michelle Tesoro Won [188]

Casting

Outstanding Casting for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special
Year Series Casting Result Ref.
2018 Godless Ellen Lewis, Rene Haynes, Jo Edna Boldin Nominated [189]
2019 When They See Us Aisha Coley, Billy Hopkins, Ashley Ingram Won [190]
2020 Unbelievable Rosenthal, Angstreich, Caldwell, Kostenbauder Nominated [191]
Unorthodox Esther Kling, Vicki Thomson, Maria Rölcke, Cornelia Mareth Nominated
2021 The Queen's Gambit
Various
  • Ellen Lewis, Kate Sprance, Olivia Scott-Webb, Tina Gerussi, Anna-Lena Slater, Tatjana Moutchnik, and Stephanie Maile
Won [192]

Short Form

Short Form Comedy or Drama Series

In 2019, It's Bruno!, produced by Amanda Bowers, Molly Conners, Vincent Morano and Solvan "Slick" Naim, was nominated. Special was also nominated that year; the series is produced by Anna Dokoza, Eric Norsoph, Ryan O'Connell, Jim Parsons, and Todd Spiewak.

Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series
Year Series Genre Creator(s) Result Ref.
2019 It's Bruno! Comedy Solvan Naim Nominated [193]
Special Dramedy Ryan O'Connell Nominated [194]
Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series

In 2019, sixth-place finisher Ryan O'Connell became the fifth nominee in the category after Jonathan Banks' nomination was revoked. It was determined that several episodes were shorter than two minutes, violating the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' rule that six episodes air during the eligibility period with a runtime of at least two minutes.[195]

Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series
Year Series Character Actor Result Ref.
2019 Special Ryan Hayes Ryan O'Connell Nominated [196]
2021 Bonding Peter "Pete" Devin Brendan Scannell Nominated [197]
Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series

In 2019, Special scored two nominations in the category with actresses Jessica Hecht and Punam Patel, for the first season of the series.

Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series
Year Series Character Actress Result Ref.
2019 Special Karen Hayes Jessica Hecht Nominated [198]
Kim Laghari Punam Patel Nominated [199]

Nonfiction

Documentary Series/Special

In 2016, Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos won for the documentary series Making a Murderer. Chef's Table has been nominated three times without winning. During the 70th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Wild Wild Country became the second Netflix's production in win the award. The following year, Our Planet, won the third award in the category. In 2020, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem And Madness was nominated.

Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
Year Series Genre Creator(s) Result Ref.
2016 Making a Murderer True crime Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos Won [200]
Chef's Table Reality television David Gelb Nominated
2017 Nominated [201]
2018 Wild Wild Country True crime Maclain Way and Chapman Way Won [202]
2019 Our Planet Nature documentary Lanfear, Fothergill, and Scholey Won [203]
Chef's Table Reality television David Gelb Nominated
2020 Tiger King True crime Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin Nominated [204]
2021 Pretend It's a City Biography Martin Scorsese Nominated [205]
Documentary or Nonfiction Special

In 2014, The Square was nominated for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special. The following year, Virunga, received a nomination in the category. In 2016, What Happened, Miss Simone? became the first Netflix's original to win in this category. During the 2017, 13th won.

Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special
Year Special Producers Result Ref.
2014 The Square
Various
  • Jodie Evans, Lekha Singh, Sarah E. Johnson, Mike Lerner, Gavin Dougan, Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim
Nominated [206]
2015 Virunga
Various
Nominated [207]
2016 What Happened, Miss Simone? Sidney Beaumont, Amy Hobby, Liz Garbus, Justin Wilkes, and Jayson Jackson Won [208]
2017 13th Angus Wall, Jason Sterman, Spencer Averick, Ava DuVernay, and Howard Barish Won [209]
Amanda Knox Mette Heide, Rod Blackhurst, Brian McGinn, and Stephen Robert Morse Nominated
2018 Icarus Bryan Fogel, Dan Cogan, David Fialkow and Jim Swartz Nominated [210]
Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond
Various
Nominated
2019 Fyre Danny Gabai, Chris Smith, Mick Purzycki, and Gabrielle Bluestone Nominated [211]
2020 Becoming Lauren Cioffi, Katy Chevigny, Marilyn Ness, Priya Swaminathan, and Tonia Davis Nominated [212]
The Great Hack
Various
  • Judy Korin, Pedro Kos, Karim Amer, Geralyn White Dreyfous, produced by; Nina Fialkow, Lyn Davis Lear and Mike Lerner
Nominated
2021 The Social Dilemma Larissa Rhodes, Daniel Wright, and Stacey Piculell Nominated

Hosted Series

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman received an Emmy nomination for its first season in 2018. After Netflix acquired Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the web series was nominated for its season 10 and 11. In 2020, Ugly Delicious, received a nomination.

Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special
Year Series Genre Host Result Ref.
2018 My Next Guest Needs No Introduction Talk show David Letterman Nominated [213]
2019 Nominated [214]
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Talk show / Comedy Jerry Seinfeld Nominated
2020 Nominated [215]
Ugly Delicious Documentary David Chang Nominated
2021 My Next Guest Needs No Introduction Talk show David Letterman Nominated [216]

Reality Program

Structured Reality Program

Queer Eye has won the award three consecutive years, from 2018 to 2020. Tidying Up with Marie Kondo and Love Is Blind received nominations in 2019 and 2020, respectively.

Outstanding Structured Reality Program
Year Series Host(s) Creator(s) Result Ref.
2018 Queer Eye Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness David Collins Won [217]
2019 Won [218]
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Marie Kondo Nominated
2020 Love Is Blind Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey
Various
  • Chris Coelen, Sam Dean, Ally Simpson, Eric Detwiler, and Terrance Villarreal
Nominated [219]
Queer Eye Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk, and Jonathan Van Ness David Collins Won
2021 Won
Unstructured Reality Program

In 2019, Somebody Feed Phil was nominated. During the 2020 ceremony, Kevin Hart: Don't F**k This Up received a nomination and Cheer won the first Emmy for Netflix in the category. Cheer was produced by Greg Whiteley, Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, Jasper Thomlinson, Bert Hamelinck, Adam Leibowitz, Arielle Kilker and Chelsea Yarnell.

Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program
Year Series Producer(s) Result Ref.
2019 Somebody Feed Phil
Various
  • Rich Rosenthal, John Bedolis, Phil Rosenthal, Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Joe Caterini and Shawn Cuddy
Nominated [220]
2020 Cheer
Various
  • Greg Whiteley, Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard, Jasper Thomlinson, Bert Hamelinck, Adam Leibowitz, Arielle Kilker, and Chelsea Yarnell
Won [221]
Kevin Hart: Don't F**k This Up
Various
  • Kevin Hart, Dave Becky, Angus Wall, Russell Heldt, Casey Kriley and Alexandra Marks, Rich Eckersley, Allison Klein, Kent Kubena, Terry Leonard and Jennifer Sofio Hall
Nominated
2021 Indian Matchmaking Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, J.C. Begley, Smriti Mundhra, and Hoo In Kim Nominated [222]
Selling Sunset Adam DiVello, Kristofer Lindquist, Kimberly Goodman, Skyler Wakil and Sundee Manusakis Nominated
Competition Program

Nailed It! was nominated in 2019, 2020 and 2021. It has been the only Netflix's original to be nominated for Outstanding Competition Program

Outstanding Competition Program
Year Series Producer(s) Result Ref.
2019 Nailed It!
Various
  • Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Daniel Calin, Gaylen Gawlowski, Casey Kriley, Patrick J. Doody, Jo Sharon, and Laura Slobin
Nominated [223]
2020
Various
  • Patrick J. Doody, Gaylen Gawlowski, Casey Kriley, Jo Sharon, Sandra Birdsong, Anika Guldstrand and Cat Sullivan
Nominated [224]
2021
Various
  • Casey Kriley, Jo Sharon, Patrick Doody, Shea Spencer, Nicole Byer, Anika Guldstrand, Hillary Olsen, Cat M. Sullivan, and Samantha Hanks
Nominated [225]

Directing and Writing

Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program

In 2014, Jehane Noujaim won for Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program for The Square. Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi won an Emmy for directing the episode "Fighting for Their Lives" from Making a Murderer. David Gelb received a nomination for Chef's Table. What Happened, Miss Simone?'s director, Liz Garbus, was nominated in 2016. Ava DuVernay was nominated for her work on the documentary film, 13th. In 2018, Bryan Fogel scored an Emmy nomination for Icarus, and Chapman Way and Maclain Way for Wild Wild Country. During the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert won for American Factory.

Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program
Year Program Episode Director(s) Result Ref.
2014 The Square Jehane Noujaim Won [226]
2016 Making a Murderer "Fighting for Their Lives" Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi Won [227]
Chef's Table "Gaggan Anand" David Gelb Nominated
What Happened, Miss Simone? Liz Garbus Nominated
2017 13th Ava DuVernay Nominated [228]
2018 Icarus Bryan Fogel Nominated [229]
Wild Wild Country "Part 3" Chapman Way, Maclain Way Nominated
2019 Fyre Chris Smith Nominated
2020 American Factory Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert Won [230]
Becoming Nadia Hallgren Nominated
Tiger King "Cult of Personality" Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin Nominated
2021 The Social Dilemma Jeff Orlowski Nominated [231]
Dick Johnson Is Dead Kirsten Johnson Won
Directing for a Reality Program

In 2019, Hisham Abed won for directing the episode "Black Girl Magic", from Queer Eye. the following year, Abed scored another nomination for Queer Eye. Greg Whiteley won an Emmy for directing Cheer.

Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program
Year Program Director Episode Result Ref.
2019 Queer Eye "Black Girl Magic" Hisham Abed Won [232]
2020 "Mega City Block" Nominated [233]
Cheer "Daytona" Greg Whiteley Won
2021 Queer Eye "Preaching Out Loud" Mark Perez Nominated [234]
Writing for a Nonfiction Programming

In 2016, Making a Murderer won for Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Programming for its first season. 13th, written by Ava DuVernay and Spencer Averick, won in 2017; Amanda Knox and Bill Nye Saves the World were also nominated. The following year, Icarus scored a nomination while the series Our Planet was nominated in 2019. In 2020, Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer won; Circus of Books was also nominated.

Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Programming
Year Program Episode Writer(s) Result Ref.
2016 Making a Murderer "Eighteen Years Lost" Moira Demos, Laura Ricciardi Won [235]
2017 13th Spencer Averick, Ava DuVernay Won [236]
Amanda Knox Matthew Hamachek, Brian McGinn Nominated
Bill Nye Saves the World "The Sexual Spectrum"
Various
Nominated
2018 Icarus Jon Bertain, Bryan Fogel, Mark Monroe Nominated [237]
2019 Our Planet "Jungles" Nominated [238]
2020 Circus of Books Rachel Mason, Kathryn Robson Nominated [239]
Don't F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer Mark Lewis Won
2021 The Social Dilemma Vickie Curtis, Davis Coombe, Jeff Orlowski Won [240]

Cinematography

Outstanding Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 The Square
Various
Won [241]
2015 Virunga Franklin Dow Won [242]
2016 What Happened, Miss Simone? Igor Martinovic, Rachel Morrison Nominated [243]
2017 13th Hans Charles, Kira Kelly Nominated [244]
Chef's Table "Virgilio Martinez" Will Basanta Nominated
2018 "Corrado Assenza" Adam Bricker Nominated [245]
2019 Our Planet "Coastal Seas" Doug Anderson, Gavin Thurston Nominated [246]
"Jungles" Matt Aeberhard, Alastair MacEwen Nominated
"One Planet" Roger Horrocks, Jamie McPherson Nominated
2020 American Factory Aubrey Keith and Erick Stoll Nominated [247]
Becoming Nadia Hallgren Nominated [248]
2021 David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet Gavin Thurston Won
Dick Johnson Is Dead Kirsten Johnson and John Wakayama Carey Nominated
The Social Dilemma John Behrens and Jonathan Pope Nominated
Cinematography for a Reality Program

Queer Eye was nominated for seasons one, two, and the special We're in Japan!: Japanese Holiday. Garrett Rosey was the cinematographer nominated.

Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Queer Eye "To Gay or Not Too Gay" Garrett Rosey Nominated [249]
2019 "God Bless Gay" Nominated
2020 "We're in Japan!: Japanese Holiday" Nominated
Cheer "Hit Zero" Melissa Langer, Erynn Patrick Nominated [250]
2021 Queer Eye "Groomer Has It" Garrett Rosey Nominated [251]

Picture Editing

Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 The Square
Various
  • Pedro Kos, Christopher de la Torre, Mohamed El Manasterly
Nominated [252]
2016 Making a Murderer "Indefensible" Moira Demos Won [253]
What Happened, Miss Simone? Joshua L. Pearson Nominated
2017 13th Spencer Averick Nominated [254]
2018 Wild Wild Country "Part 3" Neil Meiklejohn Nominated [255]
2020 American Factory Lindsay Utz Nominated [256]
Tiger King "Cult of Personality"
Various
  • Doug Abel, Nicholas Biagetti, Dylan Hansen-Fliedner, Geoffrey Richman, and Daniel Koehler
Nominated
2021 The Social Dilemma Davis Coombe Won [257]
David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet Martin Elsbury and Charles Dyer Nominated
Picture Editing for a Structured Reality or Competition Program
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured Reality or Competition Program
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Queer Eye -
Various
  • Thomas Scott Reuther, Joe DeShano, A.M. Peters, Ryan Taylor, Matthew D. Miller, Brian Ray
Won [249]
2019
Various
  • Joseph Deshano, Matthew Miller, Ryan Taylor, Carlos Gamarra, Iain Tibbles and Tony Zajkowski
Won
2020 "Disabled but Not Really" Ryan Taylor and Tony Zajkowski Nominated
2021 "Preaching Out Loud"
Various
  • Kris Byrnes, Susan Maridueña Barrett, Carlos J. Gamarra, Nathan Ochiltree, Bryan Ray and Tony Zajkowski
Nominated
Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program
Outstanding Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2020 Cheer "God Blessed Texas"
Various
  • Arielle Kilker, David Nordstrom, Kate Hackett, Daniel McDonald, Mark Morgan, Sharon Weaver and Ted Woerner
Won [250]

Casting

Queer Eye has been nominated for Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program three consecutive years, winning in 2018 and 2019. Love Is Blind was nominated in 2020.

Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program
Year Program Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Queer Eye Ally Capriotti Grant, Beyhan Oguz, Gretchen Palek, Danielle Gervais Won [258]
2019 Gretchen Palek, Danielle Gervais, Quinn Fegan, Ally Capriotti Grant, Pamela Vallarelli Won [259]
2020 Danielle Gervais, Beyhan Oguz, Pamela Vallarelli, Ally Capriotti Grant, Hana Sakata Nominated [260]
Love Is Blind Donna Driscoll, Kelly Zack Castillo, Megan Feldman Nominated
2021 Queer Eye Danielle Gervais, Natalie Pino, MaryAnne Nicoletti, Pamela Vallarelli, Ally Capriotti Grant Nominated [261]

Animated Program

Outstanding animated program

In 2019, Big Mouth and BoJack Horseman were nominated for an Emmy. In 2020, both series received a second nomination in the category.

Outstanding Animated Program
Year Program Episode Creator(s) Result Ref.
2019 Big Mouth "The Planned Parenthood Show" Andrew Goldberg, Nick Kroll, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett Nominated [262]
BoJack Horseman "Free Churro" Raphael Bob-Waksberg Nominated
2020 "The View from Halfway Down" Nominated [263]
Big Mouth "Disclosure The Movie: The Musical!" Andrew Goldberg, Nick Kroll, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett Nominated
2021 "The New Me" Nominated [264]
2022 Arcane "When These Walls Come Tumbling Down" Christian Linke, Marc Merrill, Brandon Beck, Jane Chung, Thomas Vu, Jérôme Combe, Melinda Wunsch Dilger, Pascal Charrue, Arnaud Delord, Alex Yee, Ash Brannon, Conor Sheehy, Barth Maunoury, and David Lyerly Won [265]
Outstanding short form animated program

In 2019 and 2021, Love, Death & Robots received a nomination for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program.

Outstanding Short Form Animated Program
Year Program Episode Creator(s) Result Ref.
2019 Love, Death & Robots "The Witness" Tim Miller Won [266]
2021 "Ice" Won [267]

Variety Program

Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)

In 2017, the stand-up comedy specials Louis C.K. 2017 and Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust received a nomination. The following year, Netflix scored two nominations in the category with Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life and Dave Chappelle: Equanimity. In 2019, Hannah Gadsby: Nanette, Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé, Springsteen on Broadway, and Wanda Sykes: Not Normal received a nomination. In 2020, five Netflix originals were nominated in the category with Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones winning.

Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)
Year Program Genre Result Ref.
2017 Louis C.K. 2017 Stand-up comedy Nominated [268]
Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust Nominated
2018 Dave Chappelle: Equanimity Won [269]
Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life Nominated
2019 Hannah Gadsby: Nanette Nominated [270]
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Concert film Nominated
Springsteen on Broadway Concert residency Nominated
Wanda Sykes: Not Normal Stand-up comedy Nominated
2020 Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones Won [271]
Hannah Gadsby: Douglas Nominated
Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours to Kill Nominated
John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch Children's musical Nominated
Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah Stand-up comedy Nominated
2021 Bo Burnham: Inside Musical comedy Nominated [272]
8:46 Stand-up comedy Nominated

Directing and Writing

Directing for a Variety Special

In 2018, Stan Lathan was nominated for Dave Chappelle: Equanimity, Michael Bonfiglio for Jerry Seinfeld: Jerry Before Seinfeld, and Marcus Raboy for Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life. Ed Burke and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter received a nomination for their work on Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé. Thom Zimny won for directing Springsteen on Broadway. In 2020, Stan Lathan won en Emmy for Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones.

Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special
Year Program Director(s) Result Ref.
2018 Dave Chappelle: Equanimity Stan Lathan Nominated [273]
Jerry Seinfeld: Jerry Before Seinfeld Michael Bonfiglio Nominated
Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life Marcus Raboy Nominated
2019 Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Ed Burke and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter Nominated [274]
Springsteen on Broadway Thom Zimny Won
2020 Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones Stan Lathan Won [275]
Directing for a Variety Series

During the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, Linda Mendoza received a nomination for directing the episode "Flame Monroe", from the variety series Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready.

Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series
Year Program Episode Director Result Ref.
2020 Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready "Flame Monroe" Linda Mendoza Nominated [226]
Writing for a Variety Special

In 2016, Patton Oswalt won for his special Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping, meanwhile John Mulaney was nominated for John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid. In 2017, Louis C.K. and Sarah Silverman were nominated for their own individual specials. In 2018, John Mulaney won for his special John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City; Patton Oswalt: Annihilation (by Patton Oswalt) and Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life (by Steve Martin and Martin Short) were also nominated. In 2019 and 2020, out of five nominated Netflix specials, Hannah Gadsby and Dave Chappelle won for writing their respective specials.

Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special
Year Program Writer(s) Result Ref.
2016 John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid John Mulaney Nominated [276]
Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping Patton Oswalt Won
2017 Louis C.K. 2017 Louis C.K. Nominated [277]
Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust Sarah Silverman Nominated
2018 John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City John Mulaney Won [278]
Patton Oswalt: Annihilation Patton Oswalt Nominated
Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life Steve Martin and Martin Short Nominated
2019 Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh Adam Sandler Nominated [279]
Amy Schumer Growing Amy Schumer Nominated
Hannah Gadsby: Nanette Hannah Gadsby Won
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Beyoncé Knowles-Carter Nominated
Wanda Sykes: Not Normal Wanda Sykes Nominated
2020 Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones Dave Chappelle Won [280]
Hannah Gadsby: Douglas Hannah Gadsby Nominated
John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch John Mulaney and Marika Sawyer Nominated
Patton Oswalt: I Love Everything Patton Oswalt Nominated
Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby Seth Meyers Nominated
2021 Bo Burnham: Inside Bo Burnham Won [281]
8:46 Dave Chappelle Nominated

Picture Editing

Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming
Year Program Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Dave Chappelle: Equanimity Jeff U'ren Nominated [282]
2020 Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones Nominated [283]
2021 Bo Burnham: Inside Bo Burnham Nominated [284]

Voice-Over/Narrator/Host

Character Voice-Over Performance

In 2017, Mo Collins was nominated for her voice work in F Is for Family. Kristen Schaal received a nomination for BoJack Horseman. During the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, Kevin Michael Richardson scored a nomination for F Is for Family. In 2020, Maya Rudolph won for her performance in the animated series Big Mouth.

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance
Year Program Character Performer Result Ref.
2017 BoJack Horseman Sarah Lynn Kristen Schaal Nominated [285]
F Is for Family Various characters Mo Collins Nominated
2019 Rosie Kevin Michael Richardson Nominated
2020 Maya Rudolph Connie the Hormone Monstress Big Mouth Won [286]
2021 Won
Bridgerton Lady Whistledown Julie Andrews Nominated
Narrator

In 2017, Meryl Streep won for narrating the episode "The Price of Victory", of Five Came Back. In 2019, David Attenborough won the award for Our Planet.

Outstanding Narrator
Year Program Episode Narrator Result Ref.
2017 Five Came Back "The Price of Victory" Meryl Streep Won [287]
2019 Our Planet "One Planet" David Attenborough Won [288]
Host
Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program
Year Program Host Result Ref.
2019 Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Marie Kondo Nominated [289]
2020 Nailed It! Nicole Byer Nominated [290]
Queer Eye Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness Nominated
2021 Nominated [291]
Nailed It! Nicole Byer Nominated

Costumes

Contemporary Costumes
Outstanding Contemporary Costumes
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2016 Grace and Frankie "The Party" Allyson Fanger, Lori DeLapp Nominated [292]
2017 "The Art Show"
Various
  • Allyson B. Fanger, Heather Pain, Lori DeLapp
Nominated [293]
House of Cards "Chapter 61"
Various
  • Johanna Argan, Kemal Harris, Jessica Wenger, Steffany Bernstein-Pratt
Nominated
2018 Grace and Frankie "The Expiration Date"
Various
  • Allyson B. Fanger, Heather Pain, Lori DeLapp
Nominated [294]
2019 Russian Doll "Superiority Complex"
Various
  • Jennifer Rogien, Charlotte Svenson, Melissa Stanton
Won [295]
Grace and Frankie "The Wedding" Allyson B. Fanger, Kristine Haag, Lori DeLapp Nominated
2020 "The Tank" Nominated [296]
Unorthodox "Part 2"
Various
  • Justine Seymour, Simone Kreska, Barbara Schramm
Nominated
The Politician "Pilot"
Various
  • Lou Eyrich, Claire Parkinson, Lily Parkinson, Nora Pederson
Nominated
2021 "New York State of Mind"
Various
  • Claire Parkinson, Lily Parkinson, James Hammer, Laura Steinmann
Nominated [297]
Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes
Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 A Series of Unfortunate Events "The Vile Village, Part 1"
Various
  • Cynthia Summers, Phoebe Parsons, Kelsey Chobotar
Nominated [298]
2019 "Penultimate Peril, Part 2"
Various
  • Cynthia Summers, Kelsey Chobotar, Phoebe Parsons, Lorelei Burk, Courtney McKenzie
Nominated [299]
2021 The Umbrella Academy "The Frankel Footage"
Various
  • Christopher Hargadon, Heather Crepp, William Ng, Jane Fieber
Nominated [300]
Costumes for a Variety, Nonfiction, or Reality Programming
Outstanding Costumes for a Variety, Nonfiction, or Reality Programming
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2019 Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé
Various
Nominated [301]
Period Costumes
Outstanding Period Costumes
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 The Crown "Wolfert on Splash"
Various
Won [302]
2018 "Dear Mrs. Kennedy"
Various
  • Jane Petrie, Emily Newby, Basia Kuznar, Gaby Spanswick
Won [12]
2019 GLOW "Every Potato Has a Receipt"
Various
  • Beth Morgan, Alexandra Casey, Sharon Taylor Sampson
Nominated [88]
2020 The Crown "Cri de Coeur"
Various
  • Amy Roberts, Sidonie Roberts, Sarah Moore
Won [303]
Hollywood "A Hollywood Ending"
Various
  • Lou Eyrich, Sarah Evelyn, Tiger Curran, Suzy Freeman
Nominated
2021 The Crown "Terra Nullius"
Various
  • Amy Roberts, Sidonie Roberts, Sarah Moore
Nominated [304]
The Queen's Gambit "End Game"
Various
  • Gabriele Binder, Gina Krauss, Katrin Hoffmann, Nanrose Buchmann, Sparka Lee Hall
Won
Bridgerton "Diamond of the First Water"
Various
  • Ellen Mirojnick, John W. Glaser III, Sanaz Missaghian, Kenny Crouch
Nominated
Halston "Versailles"
Various
  • Jeriana San Juan, Catherine Crabtree, Cailey Breneman, Anne Newton-Harding
Nominated
Ratched "Pilot"
Various
  • Lou Eyrich, Rebecca Guzzi, Allison Agler, Betsy Glick
Nominated

Music

Composition

Music Composition for a Series
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Arrested Development "Flight of the Phoenix" David Schwartz Nominated [305]
House of Cards "Chapter 1" Jeff Beal Nominated
2014 "Chapter 26" Nominated
2015 "Chapter 32" Won [306]
Chef's Table "Francis Mallmann" Duncan Thum Nominated
2016 "Grant Achatz" Nominated [307]
2017 The Crown "Hyde Park Corner" Rupert Gregson-Williams Nominated [308]
House of Cards "Chapter 63" Jeff Beal Won
A Series of Unfortunate Events "A Bad Beginning" James Newton Howard Nominated
2018 Marvel's Jessica Jones "AKA Playland" Sean Callery Nominated [309]
2019 House of Cards "Chapter 73" Jeff Beal Nominated [310]
2020 Ozark "All In" Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans Nominated [311]
The Crown "Aberfan" Martin Phipps Nominated
2021 "The Balmoral Test" Nominated [312]
Bridgerton "Diamond of the First Water" Kris Bowers Nominated
Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special
Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Five Came Back "The Price of Victory" Jeremy Turner Nominated [313]
The White Helmets Patrick Jonsson Nominated
2018 Black Mirror "USS Callister" Daniel Pemberton Nominated [314]
Godless "Homecoming" Carlos Rafael Rivera Nominated
2019 When They See Us "Part 2" Kris Bowers Nominated [315]
2020 Hollywood "Hooray for Hollywood, Part 2" Nathan Barr Nominated [316]
Unorthodox "Part 1" Antonio Gambale Nominated
2021 The Queen's Gambit "End Game" Carlos Rafael Rivera Won [317]
Music Composition for a Documentary Series or Special
Outstanding Music Composition for a Documentary Series or Special
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2019 Our Planet "One Planet" Steven Price Nominated [318]
2020 Becoming Kamasi Washington Nominated [319]
Tiger King "Not Your Average Joe"
Various
Nominated
2021 David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet Steven Price Won [320]
The Social Dilemma Mark Crawford Nominated

Direction/Supervision

Music Direction
Outstanding Music Direction
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2016 A Very Murray Christmas Paul Shaffer Nominated [321]
2018 Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Derek Dixie Nominated [322]
Music Supervision
Outstanding Music Supervision
Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2017 Master of None "Amarsi Un Po" Zach Cowie, Kerri Drootin Nominated [323]
Stranger Things "The Weirdo on Maple Street" Nora Felder Nominated
2018 "Trick or Treat, Freak" Nominated [324]
2019 Quincy Jasper Leak Nominated [325]
Russian Doll "Nothing in This World Is Easy" Brienne Rose Nominated
2020 Stranger Things "The Case of the Missing Lifeguard" Nora Felder Nominated [326]

Sound Editing/Mixing

Sound Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special
Year Series Episode Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2018 Black Mirror "USS Callister"
Various
  • Kenny Clark, Michael Maroussas, Dario Swade, Ricky Butt, Oliver Ferris
Won [327]
Godless "Homecoming"
Various
  • Wylie Stateman, Eric Hoehn, Harry Cohen, Gregg Swiatlowski, Hector C. Gika, Leo Marcil, Sylvain Lasseur, Jackie Zhou, Tom Kramer
Nominated
2019 When They See Us "Part 4"
Various
  • John Benson, Susan Dudeck, Bruce Tanis, Chase Keene, Jesse Pomeroy, Naaman Haynes, Bobbi Banks, Elliott Koretz, Matt Wilson, Suat Ayas, Jen Monnar, Dawn Lunsford, Alicia Stevenson
Nominated [328]
2020 El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
Various
  • Nick Forshager, Todd Toon, Kathryn Madsen, Jane Boegel, Luke Gibleon, Jason Tregoe Newman, Bryant J. Fuhrmann, Jeff Cranford, Gregg Barbanell, Alex Ullrich
Nominated [329]
2021 The Queen's Gambit "End Game"
Various
  • Gregg Swiatlowski, Eric Hirsch, Wylie Stateman, Leo Marcil, Mary Ellen Porto, Patrick Cicero, James David Redding III, Eric Hoehn, Tom Kramer, Rachel Chancey
Won [330]
The Haunting of Bly Manor "The Two Faces, Part 2"
Various
  • Trevor Gates, Jason Dotts, Kristen Hirlinger, Paul B. Knox, Piero Mura, James Miller, Matthew Thomas Hall, Mark Coffey, Ryan Meadows, Amy Barber, Julia Huberman, Brett "Snacky" Pierce, Jonathan Bruce, Ben Parker
Nominated

Statistics

Individuals with most nominations

Rank Individual Program Categorie(s) Total
1 Kevin Spacey House of Cards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (5) 10
Outstanding Drama Series (5)
2 Robin Wright House of Cards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (6) 8
Outstanding Drama Series (2)
3 Aziz Ansari Master of None Outstanding Comedy Series (2) 7
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (2)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (2)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (1)
The Duffer Brothers Stranger Things Outstanding Drama Series (3)
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (2)
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (2)

See also

Main
Others

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