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Awards for
"The Simpsons" (1989)

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ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2004 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series
Alf Clausen

 
2003 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series
Alf Clausen

 
2002 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series
Alf Clausen

 
2001 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series
Alf Clausen

 
1996 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series
Alf Clausen

 
1995 Won ASCAP Award Top TV Series
Alf Clausen

 
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2005 Nominated Saturn Award Best DVD Television Programming
For seasons 4 and 5.
 
1999 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre Network Series

 
1998 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre Network Series

 
1997 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre Network TV Series

 
1996 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre Television Series

 
1995 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre Television Series

 
1994 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre Television Series

 
1993 Won Saturn Award Best Genre Television Series

 
American Cinema Foundation, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1996 Won E Pluribus Unum Award Television Series - Comedy

 
American Comedy Awards, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2001 Won American Comedy Award Funniest Television Series - Animated

 
Annie Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2007 Won Annie Best Writing in an Animated Television Production
Ian Maxtone-Graham
For episode "The Seemingly Neverending Story".
 
2004 Won Annie Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Production

Outstanding Directing in an Animated Television Production
Steven Dean Moore
For episode "'Scuse Me While I Miss The Sky".
Outstanding Music in an Animated Television Production
Alf Clausen
Ian Maxtone-Graham
Ken Keeler
For episode "Dude, Where's My Ranch?".
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Television Production
Matthew Warburton
For episode "Three Gays of the Condo".
 
2003 Won Annie Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Production

 
2001 Won Annie Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Production

Nominated Annie Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Al Jean
For episode "Homr".
 
2000 Won Annie Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program

Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Television Production
Alf Clausen (music)
For episode "Behind the Laughter".
 
1999 Won Annie Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Program

Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production
Tim Long
Larry Doyle
Matt Selman
For episode "Simpsons Bible Stories".
 
1998 Won Annie Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Primetime or Late Night Television Program

Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production
Jim Reardon
For episode "Trash of the Titans".
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Television Production
Alf Clausen (music)
Ken Keeler (lyrics)
For episode "The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson,".
For the song "You're Checkin' In" (A Musical Tribute to the Betty Ford Center).
 
1997 Won Annie Best Animated TV Program

Best Individual Achievement: Directing in a TV Production
Mikel B. Anderson
For episode "Homer's Phobia".
Best Individual Achievement: Music in a TV Production
Alf Clausen

Best Individual Achievement: Producing in a TV Production
Al Jean
Mike Reiss
For episode "The Springfield Files".
Nominated Annie Best Individual Achievement: Voice Acting by a Female Performer in a TV Production
Maggie Roswell
For playing "Sharry Bobbins"
For episode "Supercalifragilisticexpial(annoyed grunt)cious"
 
1996 Won Annie Best Animated Television Program

 
1995 Won Annie Best Animated Television Program

Voice Acting in the Field of Animation
Nancy Cartwright
As the voice of Bart Simpson.
 
1994 Won Annie Best Animated Television Program

Nominated Annie Best Individual Achievement for Creative Supervision in the Field of Animation
David Silverman (producer)

 
1993 Won Annie Best Animated Television Program

 
1992 Won Annie Best Animated Television Program

 
BAFTA Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1999 Nominated BAFTA TV Award Best International (Programme or Series)
Matt Groening

 
BMI Film & TV Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2003 Won BMI TV Music Award
Danny Elfman

 
1998 Won BMI TV Music Award
Danny Elfman

 
1996 Won BMI TV Music Award
Danny Elfman

 
British Comedy Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2004 Won British Comedy Award Best International Comedy Show

 
2002 Nominated British Comedy Award Best International Comedy Show

 
2000 Won British Comedy Award Best International Comedy TV Show

 
CINE Competition
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2000 (fall) Won CINE Golden Eagle Animation
For episode "Treehouse of Horror X".
 
DVD Exclusive Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2005 Nominated DVDX Award Best Audio Commentary (New for DVD)
Matt Groening
To Matt Groening and cast and crew. (The Complete Season Four).
Best Overall DVD, TV Program (Including All Bonus Features)
Denise Sirkot
Mili Smythe
Alita Holly
(The Complete Season Five).
 
2003 Nominated DVDX Award Best Deleted Scenes, Outtakes and Bloopers
Mark Rowan
Denise Sirkot
Mili Smythe
(Season Three).
Best Overall DVD, TV Program (Including All Extra Features)
Mark Rowan
Denise Sirkot
Mili Smythe
(Season Three).
 
Emmy Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2007 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (executive producer)
Tim Long (executive producer)
John Frink (co-executive producer)
Don Payne (co-executive producer)
Dana Gould (co-executive producer)
Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)
J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)
Michael Price (co-executive producer)
Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)
Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)
Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
Rick Polizzi (animation producer)
Mark Kirkland (supervising director)
Matthew Faughnan (assistant director)
Scott Brutz (animation timer)
Chris Clements (directed by)
Matt Selman (written by)
For episode "The Haw-Hawed Couple".
 
2006 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer)
Matt Selman (executive producer)
Carolyn Omine (executive producer)
Tim Long (executive producer)
John Frink (co-executive producer)
Don Payne (co-executive producer)
Dana Gould (co-executive producer)
Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)
J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)
Michael Price (co-executive producer)
Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer/writer)
Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer/writer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
Rick Polizzi (animation producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (written by)
David Silverman (supervising director)
Raymond S. Persi (director)
Shannon O'Connor (assistant director)
Richard J. Gasparian (animation timer)
For episode "The Seemingly Neverending Story".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Kelsey Grammer
For playing "Sideshow Bob".
For episode "The Italian Bob".
 
2005 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (executive producer)
Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)
Carolyn Omine (co-executive producer)
Tim Long (co-executive producer)
John Frink (co-executive producer)
Don Payne (co-executive producer)
Dana Gould (co-executive producer)
Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)
Michael Price (co-executive producer)
J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer/writer)
Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer/writer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
Rick Polizzi (animation producer)
Matt Selman (written by)
Mikel B. Anderson (directed by)
David Silverman (supervising director)
Ralph Sosa (assistant director)
Robert Ingram (animation timer)
For episode "Future Drama".
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen (music by)
For episode "Treehouse of Horror XV".
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (music by)
Carolyn Omine (lyrics by)
For the song "Always My Dad".
For episode "A Star is Torn"
 
2004 Won Emmy Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Dan Castellaneta
For playing various cahracters.
For episode "Today I Am A Clown".
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)
Matt Selman (co-executive producer)
Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)
Carolyn Omine (co-executive producer)
Tim Long (co-executive producer)
John Frink (co-executive producer)
Don Payne (co-executive producer)
Dana Gould (co-executive producer)
Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)
Brian Kelley (co-executive producer/writer)
Michael Price (co-executive producer/writer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
Rick Polizzi (animation producer)
J. Stewart Burns (written by)
Mikel B. Anderson (director)
Jim Reardon (supervising director)
Norm Auble (assistant director)
Patrick Buchanan (timer)
For episode "The Way We Weren't".
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen (music by)
For episode "Treehouse Of Horror XIV".
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (music by)
Dana Gould (lyrics by)
For the song "Vote for a Winner".
For episode "The President Wore Pearls".
 
2003 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer/writer)
Matt Selman (co-executive producer/writer)
Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)
Carolyn Omine (co-executive producer)
Tim Long (co-executive producer)
John Frink (co-executive producer)
Don Payne (co-executive producer)
Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)
Dana Gould (co-executive producer)
Larina Adamson (supervising producer)
Michael Wolf (animation executive producer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
Rick Polizzi (animation producer)
Matt Warburton (writer)
Mark Kirkland (director)
Jim Reardon (supervising director)
Matthew Faughnan (assistant director)
Milton Gray (animation timer)
For episode "Three Gays Of The Condo".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Hank Azaria
For playing various characters.
For episode "Moe Baby Blues".
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (music by)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (lyrics by)
Ken Keeler (lyrics by)
For the song "Everybody Hates Ned Flanders".
For episode "Dude, Where's My Ranch".
 
2002 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
Al Jean (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)
Matt Selman (co-executive producer)
Josh Lieb (co-executive producer)
Larina Adamson (supervising producer)
Carolyn Omine (supervising producer)
Tim Long (supervising producer)
John Frink (supervising producer)
Don Payne (supervising producer)
Dana Gould (supervising producer)
Kevin Curran (supervising producer)
Brian Kelley (supervising producer)
George Meyer (producer)
Dan Greaney (producer)
Ron Hauge (producer)
Tom Gammill (producer)
Max Pross (producer)
David Mirkin (producer)
Mike Reiss (producer)
Jon Vitti (producer)
Richard Raynis (producer)
Bonita Pietila (producer)
David Silverman (producer)
Denise Sirkot (producer)
Richard Sakai (producer)
Joel H. Cohen (producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
John W. Hyde (animation executive producer)
John Bush (animation executive producer)
Jim Reardon (supervising director)
Bill Freiberger (written by)
Steven Dean Moore (director)
For episode "She Of Little Faith".
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (music by)
Jon Vitti (lyrics by)
For episode "The Old Man and the Key".
For the song "Ode To Branson".
 
2001 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Mike Scully (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer/writer)
George Meyer (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)
Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)
Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)
Frank Mula (co-executive producer)
Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)
Julie Thacker (supervising producer)
Larina Adamson (supervising producer)
Larry Doyle (producer)
Tom Martin (producer)
Carolyn Omine (producer)
John Frink (producer)
Don Payne (producer)
Matt Selman (producer)
Tim Long (producer)
Mike Reiss (producer)
Tom Gammill (producer)
Max Pross (producer)
David Mirkin (producer)
Richard Raynis (produced by)
Bonita Pietila (produced by)
Denise Sirkot (produced by)
Richard Sakai (produced by)
Jim Reardon (supervising director)
Mikel B. Anderson (director)
John W. Hyde (animation executive producer)
Jon F. Vein (animation executive producer)
John Bush (animation executive producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)
For episode "Homr".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Hank Azaria
For playing various characters.
For episode "Worst Episode Ever".
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen (composer)
For episode "Simpson Safari".
 
2000 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Al Jean (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
George Meyer (executive producer/writer)
Mike Scully (executive producer/writer)
Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)
Frank Mula (co-executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)
Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)
Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)
Julie Thacker (supervising producer)
Larina Adamson (supervising producer)
Bonita Pietila
Carolyn Omine
Denise Sirkot
Don Payne
Richard Raynis
Richard Sakai
Tom Martin
John Frink
Larry Doyle
Matt Selman (producer/writer)
David Pritchard (animation executive producer)
Lolee Aries (animation executive producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Tim Long (writer)
Jim Reardon (supervising director)
Mark Kirkland (director)
For episode "Behind The Laughter".
 
1999 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Mike Scully (executive producer)
David X. Cohen (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
George Meyer (co-executive producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)
Al Jean (co-executive producer)
Dan Greaney (supervising producer)
Ron Hauge (supervising producer)
Donick Cary (supervising producer)
Brian Scully
Julie Thacker
Larina Adamson
Colin A.B.V. Lewis
J. Michael Mendel
Bonita Pietila
Richard Raynis
Richard Sakai
Denise Sirkot
Carolyn Omine
Tom Martin
Larry Doyle (co-producer)
Matt Selman (co-producer)
Jace Richdale (consulting producer)
Frank Mula (consulting producer)
Tom Gammill (consulting producer)
Max Pross (consulting producer)
David Mirkin (consulting producer)
David M. Stern (consulting producer/writer)
Lolee Aries (animation executive producer)
David Pritchard (animation executive producer)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Joel Kuwahara (animation co-producer)
Neil Affleck (director)
Jim Reardon (supervising director)
For episode "Viva Ned Flanders".
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen
For episode "Treehouse of Horror IX".
 
1998 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Mike Scully (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
George Meyer (co-executive producer)
David X. Cohen (co-executive producer)
Richard Appel (co-executive producer)
Dan Greaney
Ron Hauge
Donick Cary
Colin A.B.V. Lewis
Bonita Pietila
J. Michael Mendel
Richard Raynis
Richard Sakai
Denise Sirkot
Ian Maxtone-Graham (consulting producer/writer)
David Mirkin (consulting producer)
Jace Richdale (consulting producer)
Bill Oakley (consulting producer)
Josh Weinstein (consulting producer)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Lolee Aries (animation producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Brian Scully (co-producer)
Julie Thacker (co-producer)
Jim Reardon (director)
For episode "Trash Of The Titans".
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (composer)
Ken Keeler (lyricist)
For the song "You're Checkin' In (A Musical Tribute To The Betty Ford Center)".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Hank Azaria
For playing "Apu".
This award was previously announced.
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen
For episode "Treehouse Of Horror VIII".
Outstanding Music Direction
Alf Clausen
For episode "All Singing All Dancing".
 
1997 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Bill Oakley (executive producer)
Josh Weinstein (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Mike Scully (executive producer)
George Meyer (executive producer)
Steve Tompkins (executive producer)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Jonathan Collier (producer)
Ken Keeler (producer)
David X. Cohen (producer)
Richard Appel (producer)
J. Michael Mendel (producer)
Richard Raynis (producer)
David Silverman (producer)
Richard Sakai (producer)
Denise Sirkot (producer)
Colin A.B.V. Lewis (producer)
David Mirkin (producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (producer)
Dan McGrath (producer)
Bill Schultz (animation producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Mikel B. Anderson (director)
Ron Hauge (writer)
For episode "Homer's Phobia".
Outstanding Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (music)
Ken Keeler (lyrics)
For the song "We Put The Spring In Springfield".
For episode "Bart After Dark".
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Music Direction
Alf Clausen (music director)
For episode "Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiali(Annoyed Grunt)cious".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Ronny Cox (production mixer)
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
Greg Orloff (re-reocrding mixer)
For episode "The Brother From Another Series".
 
1996 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
Bill Oakley (executive producer)
Josh Weinstein (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Greg Daniels (co-executive producer)
George Meyer (co-executive producer)
Mike Scully (supervising producer)
Steve Tompkins (supervising producer)
David X. Cohen (co-producer/writer)
Brent Forrester (co-producer)
Jonathan Collier
Ken Keeler
J. Michael Mendel
Richard Raynis
David Silverman
Richard Sakai
Al Jean (consulting producer)
Mike Reiss (consulting producer)
David Mirkin (consulting producer)
Ian Maxtone-Graham (consulting producer)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Bill Schultz (animation producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Steve Tompkins (writer)
John Swartzwelder (writer)
Bob Anderson (director)

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (composer)
Bill Oakley (lyricist)
Josh Weinstein (lyricist)
For the song "Señor Burns".
For the episode "Who Shot Mr. Burns".
 
1995 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
David Mirkin (executive producer)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Jace Richdale (producer)
George Meyer (producer)
J. Michael Mendel (producer)
Greg Daniels (producer/writer)
Bill Oakley (producer)
David Sacks (producer)
Josh Weinstein (producer)
Jonathan Collier (producer)
Richard Raynis (producer)
Richard Sakai (producer)
Mike Scully (producer)
David Silverman (producer)
Al Jean (consulting producer)
Mike Reiss (consulting producer)
Phil Roman (animation executive producer)
Bill Schultz (animation producer)
Michael Wolf (animation producer)
Jim Reardon (director)

Nominated Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen
For episode "Tree House Of Horror V".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (composer)
John Swartzwelder (lyricist)
For episode "Homer The Great".
For the song "We Do (The Stonecutters Song)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Ronny Cox (production sound mixer)
Greg Orloff (sound effects mixer)
R. Russell Smith (dialogue mixer)
Anthony D'Amico (music mixer)
For episode "Bart vs. Australia".
 
1994 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen (composer)
For episode "Cape Feare".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics
Alf Clausen (composer)
Greg Daniels (lyricist)
For the song "Who Needs The Kwik-E-Mart?".
For episode "Homer And Apu".
 
1993 Won Emmy Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Dan Castellaneta
For playing "Homer Simpson".
For episode "Mr. Plow".
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen (composer)
For episode "Treehouse of Horror III".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Brad Brock (production mixer)
R. Russell Smith (re-recording mixer)
Greg Orloff (re-recording mixer)
Anthony D'Amico (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Tree House of Horror III".
 
1992 Won Emmy Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Nancy Cartwright
For playing "Bart Simpson".
For episode "Separate Vocations".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Dan Castellaneta
For playing "Homer and Grampa Simpson (and others)".
For episode "Lisa's Pony".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Julie Kavner
For playing "Marge, Patty, Selma and Marge's Mother".
For episode "I Married Marge".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Jackie Mason
For playing "Rabbi Krustofsky".
For episode "Like Father, Like Clown".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Yeardley Smith
For playing "Lisa Simpson".
For episode "Lisa the Greek".
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Marcia Wallace
For playing "Mrs. Krabappel".
For episode "Bart The Lover".
Nominated Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Gabor Csupo (animation executive producer)
Mike Reiss (co-executive producer)
Al Jean (co-executive producer)
Jay Kogen (supervising producer)
Wallace Wolodarsky (supervising producer)
George Meyer (producer)
Richard Sakai (producer)
David Silverman (producer)
Sherry Gunther (animation producer)
John Swartzwelder (co-producer)
Carlos Baeza (director)
Jon Vitti (writer)
For episode "Radio Bart".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
Alf Clausen (composer)
For episode "Treehouse Of Horror II".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Brad Brock (production mixer)
Anthony D'Amico (re-recording mixer)
Peter Cole (re-recording mixer)
Gary Gegan (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Treehouse Of Horror II".
 
1991 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Al Jean (supervising producer)
Mike Reiss (supervising producer)
Jay Kogen (producer)
Wallace Wolodarsky (producer)
Richard Sakai (producer)
Larina Adamson (producer)
George Meyer (co-producer)
Gabor Csupo (executive animation producer)
Sherry Gunther (animation producer)
Steve Pepoon (writer)
Rich Moore (director)

Nominated Emmy Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Brad Brock (production mixer)
Gary Montgomery (re-recording mixer)
Jim Fitzpatrick (re-recording mixer)
Brad Sherman (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Homer Vs. Lisa And The 8th Commandment".
 
1990 Won Emmy Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less)
James L. Brooks (executive producer)
Matt Groening (executive producer)
Sam Simon (executive producer)
Richard Sakai (co-producer)
Al Jean (co-producer)
Mike Reiss (co-producer)
Larina Adamson (co-producer)
Margot Pipkin (animation producer)
Gabor Csupo (supervising animation director)
David Silverman (director)
John Swartzwelder (writer)

Nominated Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Main Title Theme Music
Danny Elfman

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special
Brad Brock (production mixer)
Gary Montgomery (re-recording mixer)
Jim Fitzpatrick (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Call of the Simpsons".
 
Environmental Media Awards, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1996 Won EMA Award TV Comedy
For episode "Lisa the Vegetarian".
 
1994 Won EMA Award TV Comedy
For episode "Bart Gets An Elephant".
 
1991 Won EMA Award TV Comedy
For episode "Two Cars In Every Garage, Three Eyes On Every Fish".
 
GLAAD Media Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1998 Won GLAAD Media Award Outstanding TV - Individual Episode
For episode "Homer's Phobia".
 
Golden Globes, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2003 Nominated Golden Globe Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy

 
International Monitor Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1995 Won Monitor Best Effects, Special Visual Effects
Simon Haslett

 
Kids' Choice Awards, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2007 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2006 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2005 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2004 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2003 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2002 Won Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2001 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
2000 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
1999 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
1998 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
1997 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
1996 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Cartoon

 
1991 Won Blimp Award Favorite TV Show

 
Logie Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2004 Nominated Logie Most Popular Overseas Comedy

 
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2003 Nominated Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing in Television Animation - Music
Chris Ledesma (music editor)
For episode "Large Marge".
 
2001 Nominated Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing - Television Animation - Music
Bob Beecher (music editor)
For episode "Last Tap Dance In Springfield".
 
2000 Nominated Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing - Television Animation - Music
Bob Beecher (music editor)
For episode "Treehouse Of Horror X".
Best Sound Editing - Television Animation - Music
Chris Ledesma (music editor)
For episode "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken".
 
1999 Nominated Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing - Television Animation - Music
unknown

 
1998 Won Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing - Television Animated Specials
Robert Mackston (supervisng sound editor)
Travis Powers (supervisng sound editor/foley editor and mixer)
Norm MacLeod (sound effects editor)
Terry Greene (sound effects editor)
For episode/special "Tree House Of Horrors VIII, The".
Tied with _"New Batman Superman Adventures, The" (1997)_ ("World's Finest").
 
National Music Awards, UK
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2002 Won National Music Award Favourite TV Theme

 
National Television Awards, UK
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2005 Nominated National Television Award Most Popular Comedy Programme

 
2002 Nominated National Television Award Most Popular Entertainment Programme

 
Ottawa International Animation Festival
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1996 Won Grand Prize Best Television Production
Tim Johnson
For episode "Treehouse of Horror VI", segment "Homer³".
 
Peabody Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1997 Won Peabody Award
For providing exceptional animation and stinging social satire, both commodities which are in extremely short supply in television today.
 
People's Choice Awards, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2007 Won People's Choice Award Favorite TV Comedy - Animated

 
2006 Nominated People's Choice Award Favorite Television Comedy

 
Satellite Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2006 Won Satellite Award Best DVD Release of a TV Show
For "The Complete Eighth Season".
 
2005 Nominated Satellite Award Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show
(Complete Seventh Season (Collectible Marge Head Pack)).
 
2001 Nominated Golden Satellite Award Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical

 
TP de Oro, Spain
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2006 Nominated TP de Oro Best Animated Series (Mejor Serie de Animación)

 
2005 Won TP de Oro Best Animated Series (Mejor Serie de Animación)

 
2004 Won TP de Oro Best Animation Series (Mejor Serie de Animación)

 
2003 Won TP de Oro Best Animation Series (Mejor Serie de Animación)

 
2002 Won TP de Oro Best Animation Series (Mejor Serie de Animación)

 
Teen Choice Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2007 Won Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Animated Show

 
2006 Nominated Teen Choice Award TV - Choice Animated Show

 
2005 Nominated Teen Choice Award Choice TV Parental Units
Marge and Homer Simpson.
Choice TV Show: Comedy

 
2004 Nominated Teen Choice Award Choice TV Show - Comedy

 
2002 Nominated Teen Choice Award TV - Choice Comedy

 
2001 Nominated Teen Choice Award TV - Choice Comedy

 
2000 Nominated Teen Choice Award TV - Choice Comedy

 
Television Critics Association Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2002 Won Heritage Award 
 
1999 Nominated TCA Award Individual Achievement in Comedy
Matt Groening
Also for "Futurama" (1999).
 
1990 Won TCA Award Outstanding Achievement in Comedy

 
Walk of Fame
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2000   Star on the Walk of Fame Television
"The Simpsons"
This award applies to The Simpsons in person, not to the series.
On 14 January 2000.
At 7021 Hollywood Blvd.
 
World Animation Celebration
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
1998 Won WAC Winner Best Animation Produced for Primetime
Bill Dailey
Josh Weinstein
For episode "22 Short Films About Springfield".
Best Director for Primetime Series
Mikel B. Anderson
For episode "Homer's Phobia".
 
1997 Won WAC Winner Best Animation Produced for a Television Special
For episode "Treehouse of Horror VI".
 
Writers Guild of America, USA
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2007 Won WGA Award (TV) Animation
John Frink
For episode "The Italian Bob".
Nominated WGA Award (TV) Animation
Dan Castellaneta
Deb Lacusta
For episode "Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore".
Animation
Don Payne
For episode "Simpsons Christmas Stories".
Animation
Matt Selman
For episode "Girls Just Want To Have Sums".
 
2006 Won WGA Award (TV) Animation
Michael Price
For episode "Mommie Beerest".
Nominated WGA Award (TV) Animation
J. Stewart Burns
For episode "There's Something About Marrying".
Animation
John Frink
For episode "The Girl Who Slept Too Little".
Animation
Stephanie Gillis
For episode "See Homer Run".
Animation
Don Payne
For episode "Thank God It's Doomsday".
Animation
Matthew Warburton
For episode "The Father, The Son and the Holy Guest Star".
 
2005 Won WGA Award (TV) Animation
Ian Maxtone-Graham
For episode "Catch 'Em If You Can".
Nominated WGA Award (TV) Animation
Julie Chambers
David Chambers
For episode "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore".
Animation
Joel H. Cohen
For episode "Today I Am A Clown".
Animation
Don Payne
For episode "Fraudcast News".
 
2004 Won WGA Award (TV) Animation
Matt Selman
For episode "The Dad Who Knew Too Little".
Nominated WGA Award (TV) Animation
J. Stewart Burns
For episode "Moe Baby Blues".
Animation
Michael Price
For episode "My Mother the Carjacker".
 
2003 Nominated WGA Award (TV) Animation
Bob Bendetson
For episode "Blame It On Lisa".
Animation
John Frink
Don Payne
For episode "The Bart Wants What It Wants".
Animation
Matt Selman
For episode "Jaws Wired Shut".
 
Young Artist Awards
YearResultAwardCategory/Recipient(s)
2004 Won Young Artist Award Most Popular Mom & Pop in a Television Series
Julie Kavner
Dan Castellaneta

Nominated Young Artist Award Best Family Television Series (Comedy or Drama)

 
2002 Nominated Young Artist Award Best Family TV Comedy Series

 

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