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House is an American medical drama that has been airing on FOX since September 22, 2004. It has been nominated for a large number of awards, including: 17 Primetime Emmy Awards (three wins), 9 NAACP Image Awards (two wins), 7 Satellite Awards (five wins), 6 TCA Awards (two wins), 6 Golden Globe Awards (two wins), 5 Screen Actors Guild Awards (two wins), 4 Humanitas Prizes (one win), 4 People's Choice Awards (three wins), an AFI Award, BAFTA TV Award and a Peabody Award.

Hugh Laurie, who portrays the title character, is the most-nominated actor, with a total of twenty-four nominations. Omar Epps is second, with six nominations. Besides the show's cast members, the writers and producers of the show have also been nominated for various awards; writer, showrunner, executive producer and director David Shore, has received 10 nominations for his work on the show. As of July 2009, House has been nominated for 97 awards and won 32.

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Emmy Awards

Laurie has received three Emmy Award nominations.

The Emmy Awards have been awarded annually since 1949 by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to honor excellence in television; they are considered to be the television equivalent to the Academy Awards.[1] House has been nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards,[2] which are awarded to honor excellence in acting and writing in primetime television,[3] as well as Creative Arts Emmys,[4] which are presented in recognition of technical and other related areas in American television programming.[5]

After its first season run in 2005, House gained five Emmy Award nominations, of which three were creative arts emmys.[2] It failed to gain the emmy for Outstanding Drama Series but did, however, win the award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.[6] The following year the show was nominated for four Emmys including Outstanding Drama Series,[7] however, House failed to win any Emmy Awards that year, with the award for Outstanding Drama Series being won by 24.[8] In 2007 the show received four nominations,[4] and won a creative arts emmy for make-up.[9] The following year, at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards, the show, again, received four nominations.[10] Within these four nominations was a nomination for Outstanding Drama Series, for the episode "Frozen", Katie Jacobs and David Shore initially wanted to submit "House's Head" for consideration, but submitted "Frozen" because, as Jacobs explained, "House's Head" was a "fun piece of TV" for the viewers, but she and Shore were not sure it would have been embraced by the academy.[11] The show only won one Primetime Emmy Award that year, which was for director Greg Yaitanes, who won the emmy for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series for directing "House's Head".[12] Hugh Laurie, who portrays the title character has been nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series three times (in 2005, 2007 and 2008) but has never won the award.[13]

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Primetime Emmy Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result
2005 Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series[2] David Shore "Three Stories" Won
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[2] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2006 Outstanding Drama Series[7] Katie Jacobs, David Shore, Bryan Singer, Thomas L. Moran, Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, Doris Egan, David Semel, Matt Witten, Gerrit van der Meer & Lawrence Kaplow Nominated
2007 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[4] Hugh Laurie "Half-Wit"[14] Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series[4] David Morse "Finding Judas"[15] Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[4] David Shore, Katie Jacobs, Paul Attanasio, Bryan Singer, Daniel Sackheim, Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, Thomas L. Moran, Doris Egan, Lawrence Kaplow, Gerrit van der Meer, Peter Blake & Leonard Dick "Half-Wit"[16] Nominated
2008 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[10] Hugh Laurie "House's Head"[17] Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series[12] Greg Yaitanes "House's Head" Won
Outstanding Drama Series[10] David Shore, Katie Jacobs, Paul Attanasio, Bryan Singer, Daniel Sackheim, Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, Thomas L. Moran, Doris Egan, Lawrence Kaplow, Gerrit van der Meer, Peter Blake & Leonard Dick "Frozen"[11] Nominated
2009 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[18] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[18] David Shore, Katie Jacobs, Paul Attanasio, Bryan Singer, Daniel Sackheim, Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, Thomas L. Moran, Doris Egan, Lawrence Kaplow, Gerrit van der Meer, Peter Blake & Leonard Dick Nominated

Creative Arts Emmys

Year Category Nominee(s) Episode(s) Result
2005 Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)[2] Christopher Hoag "Pilot" Nominated
Outstanding Main Title Design[2] Matt Mulder, Jake Sargeant, Dan Brown & Dave Molloy Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Amy Lippens Nominated
2006 Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series[7] Gerry Lentz, Rich Weingart & Russell C. Fager "Euphoria, Part 1" Nominated
Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series[7] Amy Lippens & Stephanie Laffin Nominated
Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series[7] Derek R. Hill & Danielle Berman "Autopsy", "Distractions" and "Skin Deep" Nominated
2007 Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special[4] Dalia Dokter, Jamie Kelman & Ed French "Que Sera Sera" Won
2008 Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (original Dramatic Score)[10] Jon Ehrlich & Jason Derlatka "Guardian Angels" Nominated
2009 Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (one Hour)[18] Von Varga, Richard Weingart, Gerry Lentz "House Divided" Won

Golden Globe Awards

The Golden Globe Awards are awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to honor the best in film and television.[19] House has been nominated for a total of six. The show has won two Golden Globes, which were for Hugh Laurie in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama category in 2006 and 2007.[20] In 2008, the series was also nominated in the category Best Drama Series,[21] but lost it to Mad Men, as well as the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama.[22 ] The following year, the show was nominated in the same two categories, but failed to win any.[19]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2006 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[23 ] Hugh Laurie Won
2007 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[24 ] Hugh Laurie Won
2008 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[22 ] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Best Television Series - Drama[22 ] Nominated
2009 Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama[19] Hugh Laurie Nominated
Best Television Series - Drama[19] Nominated

NAACP Image Awards

The NAACP Image Awards are presented annually by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor outstanding people of color in film, television, music, and literature.[25] The show has received nine nominations in total: five for Omar Epps in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category,[26][27][28][29][30] three for Outstanding Drama Series[28][29][30] and one nomination for Liz Friedman and Sara Hess for writing the season five episode "Lucky Thirteen".[31]

Omar Epps has received five NAACP Image Award nominations and has won two.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[26] Omar Epps Nominated
2006 Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series[27] Omar Epps Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[27] Nominated
2007 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[28] Omar Epps Won
2008 Outstanding Drama Series[29] Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[29] Omar Epps Won
2009 Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series[30] Omar Epps Nominated
Outstanding Drama Series[32] Nominated
Outstanding Writing in a Dramatic Series[31] Liz Friedman & Sara Hess
for episode: "Lucky Thirteen"
Nominated

Satellite Awards

Lisa Edelstein received a Satellite Award in 2005.

The Satellite Awards, formerly known as the Golden Satellite Awards, are presented annually by the International Press Academy, for both for cinema and television. House has won five, Including Best Drama series in 2005 and 2006.[33][34]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Outstanding TV Series - Drama[33] Won
Outstanding DVD Release of a Television Show[33] Season One Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Series - Drama[33] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television[33] Lisa Edelstein Won
2006 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Series - Drama[34] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding TV Series - Drama[34] Won
2007 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Television Series - Drama[35] Hugh Laurie Nominated

Screen Actors Guild Awards

Jennifer Morrison was co-nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award in 2009.

The Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG awards) are presented annually by the Screen Actors Guild to honor acting in film and television.[36] House has been nominated for five; Hugh Laurie has received nominations for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, and has won in 2007 and 2009.[37][38][39][40] In 2009 the show also received a nomination in the category Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, but the eventual recipient of the award was the cast of Mad Men.[40]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2006 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[37] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2007 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[38] Hugh Laurie Won
2008 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[39] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2009 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series[40] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series[41] See below Nominated

^2009 "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" Nominees : Lisa Edelstein, Omar Epps, Peter Jacobson, Hugh Laurie, Robert Sean Leonard, Jennifer Morrison, Kal Penn, Jesse Spencer, Olivia Wilde

Teen Choice Awards

House has received seven Teen Choice Award nominations; the Teen Choice Awards, which are voted on by teenagers online, have been awarded annually since 1999 to honor television, film, music, sports and fashion.[42] The show has won one; the Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Drama, for Laurie in 2007.[43]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Choice TV Show: Drama[44] Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Show[44] Nominated
Choice TV Breakout Performance - Male[44] Jesse Spencer Nominated
2006 TV - Choice Drama/Action Adventure Show[45] Nominated
TV - Choice Actor[45] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2007 Choice TV Actor: Drama[43] Hugh Laurie Won
Choice TV Show: Drama[46] Nominated
2008 Choice TV Breakout Star Female[47] Olivia Wilde Nominated
Choice TV Show: Drama[47] Nominated

TCA Awards

Through its run House has been nominated for a total of six TCA Awards, which are presented annually by the Television Critics Association.[48] The show has won two awards, both for Laurie in the "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama" category.[49]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2005 Outstanding New Program of the Year [50] Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama[49] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[50] Nominated
2006 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama[49] Hugh Laurie Won
Outstanding Achievement in Drama[50] Nominated
2007 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama[50] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2009 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama[50] Hugh Laurie Nominated

Other awards

House has been nominated for awards at various Guild and society ceremonies. In 2009, the show won a Golden Nymph at the Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo for Best International Drama TV Series.[51] Show creator David Shore also received an award from the S.L.E. Lupus Foundation, for raising awareness for Lupus, a disease mentioned frequently on the show.[52] The American Film Institute selected the show as one of the best shows of 2005, the judges stated "House has redefined the medical television show. No longer a world where an idealized doctor has all the answers or a hospital where gurneys race down the hallways, House's focus is on the pharmacological—and the intellectual demands of being a doctor. The trial-and-error of new medicine skillfully expands the show beyond the format of a classic procedural, and at the show's heart, a brilliant but flawed physician is doling out the prescriptions—a fitting symbol for modern medicine".[53]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2005 AFI Awards Television Program[53] Won
2007 ASC Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series[54] Gale Tattersall
for episode: "Meaning"
Nominated
2009 ASC Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series[55] Gale Tattersall
for episode: "House's Head"
Nominated
2005 Artios Award Best Dramatic Pilot Casting[56] Amy Lippens, Coreen Mayrs & Heike Brandstatter Nominated
2006 Artios Award Best Dramatic Episodic Casting[57] Amy Lippens Nominated
2008 Artios Award Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Series - Drama[58] Amy Lippens & Stephanie Laffin Nominated
2007 BAFTA Television Award Best International[59] David Shore Nominated
2005 BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Television Music Award[60] Robert del Naja, Grant Marshall & Andrew "Mushroom" Vowles Won
2005 BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Television Music Award[61] Robert del Naja, Grant Marshall & Mushroom Vowles Won
2009 Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series[62] Von Varga, Gerry Lentz, Rich Weingart
for episode: "Last Resort"
Nominated
2006 DGA Award Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night[63] Paris Barclay
for episode: "Three Stories"
Nominated
2007 Edgar Allan Poe Award Best Television Episode Teleplay[64] Thomas L. Moran
for episode: "Clueless"
Nominated
2005 Humanitas Prize 60 Minute Category[65] David Shore
for episode: "Everybody Lies"
Nominated
2005 Humanitas Prize 60 Minute Category[65] Sara B. Cooper
for episode: "Damned If You Do"
Nominated
2006 Humanitas Prize 60 Minute Category[66] David Shore
for episode: "Three Stories"
Won
2007 Humanitas Prize 60 Minute Category[67] Doris Egan
for episode: "House vs. God"
Nominated
2005 Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Sound Effects & Foley[68] Barbara Issak, Craig T. Rosevear & Brad North
for episode: "Paternity"
Nominated
2006 Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form - Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement[69] Barbara Issak, Brad North & Jackie Oster
for episode: "Autopsy"
Won
2008 Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR for Short Form Television[70] Brad North, Jackie Oster, Tiffany S. Griffith, Alex Parker & Kirk Herzbrun
for episode: "Human Error"
Won
2006 Lupus Research Institute Award Loop Award[71] David Shore Won
2006 Peabody Award Achievement in electronic media[72] Won
2007 People's Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama[73] Nominated
2008 People's Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama[74] Won
2009 People's Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama[75] Won
2009 People's Choice Awards Favorite Male TV Star[75] Hugh Laurie Won
2007 PGA Award Television Producer of the Year Award in Dramatic Episodic[76] David Shore & Katie Jacobs Nominated
2008 PGA Award Television Producer of the Year Award in Dramatic Episodic[77] David Shore, Katie Jacobs & Daniel Sackheim Nominated
2006 Prism Award Performance in a Drama Series Episode[78] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2007 Prism Award Performance in a Drama Series, Multi-Episode Storyline[78] Hugh Laurie Nominated
2006 Saturn Award Best Television Release on DVD[79] Season One Nominated
2007 TP de Oro Award Best Foreign Series[80] Won
2008 TP de Oro Awards Best Foreign Series[81] Won
2009 TP de Oro Awards Best Foreign Series[82] Won
2006 WGA Award Episodic Drama[83] Lawrence Kaplow
for episode: "Autopsy"
Won
2009 WGA Award Episodic Drama[84] Doris Egan & Leonard Dick
for episode: "Don't Ever Change"
Nominated
2010 WGA Award Episodic Drama Russel Friend & Garrett Lerner & David Foster & David Shore for episode: Broken part 1 & 2 Nominated
2006 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Television Series (Comedy or Drama) - Guest Starring Young Actress[85] Jennifer Stone
for episode:"Heavy"
Nominated
2008 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series - Guest Starring Young Actress[86] Bailee Madison
for episode:"Act Your Age"
Nominated

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