Charmed awards and nominations

Charmed awards and nominations
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Charmed awards and nominations
Totals
Awards won 18
Nominations 30

This article lists the awards and nominations received by the television series Charmed from its network premier on October 7, 1998 to the present day.

Contents

Awards won

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences:

  • Longest-running hour-long series featuring all female leads (2006)[1]

ASCAP Award:

  • Top Television Series, Jay Gruska (1999)
  • Top Television Series, Tim Truman (1999)

BAFTA/LA Britannia Award:

Cult TV Awards:

  • Top 100 Cult TV Shows — voted #44 (2000)[2]

Cable Guide Award (UK):

  • Favourite Sci-Fi / Fantasy Series (2001)

EDGE Awards:

  • Certificate of Merit, "Muse to My Ears" (2003)[3]

Family Television Awards:

Golden Tater Award:

  • Show You'll Miss the Most — voted #5 (2006)

Hollywood Post Alliance Awards:

  • Outstanding Audio Post in Television, Greg Stacy, Mark Petersen, Mike Cook, Craig Dellinger, and Jeff Clark, "Kill Billie, Volume II" (2006)

Producers Guild of America Award:

  • Lifetime Achievement Award in Television, Aaron Spelling (2000)

RATTY Awards:

Series Magazine Awards:

  • Series of the Year (2005)
  • Best Fantasy/SciFi Series (2005)
  • Best Television Actress, Holly Marie Combs (2005)

Tubey Awards:

  • The Jennifer North Memorial Citation For Pathetic Bleach-Blonde Bimbo Most In Need of a Fatal Overdose, Billie Jenkins (Kaley Cuoco) (2006)

TV Land Award:

  • Pioneer Award, Aaron Spelling (2005)

Young Artist Award:

  • Best Performance in a Television Drama Series - Guest Starring, Alex Black (2003)

Awards nominated

Cult TV Festival Award:

  • Best Returning Satellite Series (2003)[4]

Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award:

  • Best Contemporary Hair Styling - Television, "The Devil's Music" (2000)

Image Award:

  • Outstanding Directing in a Dramatic Series, Janice Cooke Leonard (2006)

International Horror Guild:

  • Best Television Series (1999)
  • Best Television Series (2005)

Kids' Choice Awards:

RATTY Awards:

  • Best Directing in a Science Fiction Series, John T. Kretchmer, "Something Wicca This Way Comes" (1999)[5]
  • Best Science Fiction Series (2001)
  • Best Lead Actress in a Science Fiction Series, Holly Marie Combs (2001)
  • Best Ensemble in a Science Fiction Series (2001)
  • Best Lead Actress in a Science Fiction Series, Holly Marie Combs (2002)[6]
  • Worst Performer, Kaley Cuoco (2006)

Saturn Award:

Spacey Awards:

  • Favourite Female TV Character, Alyssa Milano (2004)

TP de Oro (Spain):

  • Best Foreign Series (Mejor Serie Extranjera) (2004)

Television Critics Association Award:

  • Career Achievement Award, Aaron Spelling (2000)

TV Guide Award:

  • Favorite Sci-Fi / Fantasy Series (2000)

Teen Choice Award:

  • Television - Choice Drama (1999)
  • Television - Choice Drama (2000)
  • Television - Choice Actress, Alyssa Milano (2006)

Wand Awards:

  • Best Fight, Alyssa Milano and Shannen Doherty (2001)
  • Best Sobfest, "Just Harried" (2001)
  • Best New Cast Member, Rose McGowan (2002)

Young Artist Award:

  • Best Performance in a Television Drama Series - Guest Starring, Scott Terra (2000)
  • Best Performance in a Television Drama Series - Guest Starring, Rachel David (2001)
  • Best Performance in a Television Drama Series - Guest Starring, Bobby Edner (2002)
  • Best Performance in a Television Drama Series - Guest Starring, Samantha Goldstein (2003)

References

  1. ^ Mitovich, Matt Webb, "Charmed Hits a (Final?) Milestone", TV Guide, January 20, 2006
  2. ^ "Top 100 Cult TV Shows 2000", Cult TV Awards, October, 2000
  3. ^ Bolinger, Henri, "Entertainment Industries Council Launches Edge Awards to Recognize Movies & TV Shows that Promote Firearm Safety & Discourage Gun Violence", Entertainment Industries Council, August 06, 2003
  4. ^ "Cult TV awards", BBC Cult, July 25, 2003
  5. ^ "The 5th Annual RATTY Awards - The Nominees", August 5, 1999
  6. ^ "The 9th Annual RATTY Awards - The Nominees", July 28, 2003

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