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Awards and nominations for Stargate SG-1
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 21 131
Footnotes

Stargate SG-1 is an American-Canadian military science fiction television series and part of MGM's Stargate franchise. The show was created by Brad Wright and Jonathan Glassner, based on the 1994 feature film Stargate by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich. The first five seasons of the television series were broadcast by Showtime before the series moved to the Sci Fi Channel for its last five seasons. Stargate SG-1 premiered on Showtime on July 27, 1997; its final episode premiered on Sky1 in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2007. Stargate SG-1 was nominated for and won numerous awards in its ten-season run.

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CableAce Awards

Year Category Nominee Result
1997 Best Dramatic Series Jonathan Glassner, Brad Wright, Michael Greenburg[1] Nominated

Constellation Awards

Stargate SG-1 has won two Constellation Awards. [2]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2006 Best Female Performance in a 2006 Science Fiction Television Episode Claudia Black "Memento Mori" Won
Best Overall 2006 Science Fiction Film or Television Script Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper "200 Won

Emmy Award

Stargate SG-1 was nominated for eight Emmys in the "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series" category and one Emmy for "Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)".[3]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1998 Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) Joel Goldsmith "The Nox" Nominated
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series David Alexander, Michelle Comens, John Gajdecki, Robert Habros, Peter Mastalyr, Ted Rae "Children of the Gods" Nominated
2000 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Kent Matheson, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, James G. Hebb, Jeremy Hoey, Bruce Woloshyn, Robin Hackl, Aruna Inversin "Nemesis" Nominated
2001 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Robin Hackl, Aruna Inversin, Debora Dunphy, Judy D. Shane, Kent Matheson, Allan Henderson, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, "Small Victories" Nominated
James Tichenor, Shannon Gurney, Bruce Woloshyn, Robin Hackl, Doug Campbell, Debora Dunphy, Kent Matheson, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Rod Bland "Exodus" Nominated
2002 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Shannon Gurney, Bruce Woloshyn, Tom Brydon, Doug Campbell, Kyle Yoneda, Greg Hansen, Brian Harder "Enemies" Nominated
James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Shannon Gurney, Robin Hackl, Adam de Bosch Kemper, Mark Breakspear, Kevin Little, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Krista McLean "Revelations" Nominated
2004 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series Michelle Comens, James Tichenor, Shannon Gurney, Bruce Woloshyn, Chris Doll, James Halverson, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Krista McLean, Patrick Kalyn "Lost City" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series Michelle Comens, James Rorick, Karen Watson, Krista McLean, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Adam de Bosch Kemper, Brett Keyes, James Tichenor, Ryan Jensen "Reckoning" Nominated

Gemini Award

Stargate SG-1 won two Gemini Awards out of 28 nominations.[4]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
1998 Best Visual Effects Michelle Comens, John Gajdecki, Mark Savela, Simon Lacey "Within the Serpent's Grasp"[4] Nominated
Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role Dramatic Series Jay Brazeau "Tin Man"[4] Nominated
1999 Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series Daria Ellerman "The Fifth Race"[5] Nominated
Best Achievement in Make-Up Monica Huppert, Adam Bhr, Jan Newman, Dave DuPuis "Holiday"[5] Nominated
2000 Best Dramatic Series Robert C. Cooper, N. John Smith, Jonathan Glassner, Michael Greenburg, Brad Wright, Richard Dean Anderson[6] Nominated
Best Costume Design Christina McQuarrie "The Devil You Know"[6] Nominated
Best Visual Effects John Gajdecki, Simon Lacey, Wray Douglas, Kent Matheson "Show and Tell"[6] Nominated
Wray Douglas, James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Kent Matheson "Into the Fire"[6] Nominated
Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Dramatic Program or Series Robert Davidson, Douglas McLean, Brentan Harron, Ivana Vasak, Bridget McGuire, Richard Hudolin, Mark Davidson "The Devil You Know"[6] Won
Best Achievement in Make-Up Ryan Nicholson, Jan Newman, Christopher Pinhey, Fay von Schroeder, Holland Miller "Jolinar's Memories"[6] Nominated
2001 Best Visual Effects Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Christine Petrov, Greg Hansen, Debora Dunphy, Shannon Gurney, Judy D. Shane, Robin Hackl, Wray Douglas, Jeremy Hoey, Erik Ellefsen, James Tichenor, Kent Matheson "Small Victories"[7] Nominated
James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Robin Hackl, Shannon Gurney, Bruce Woloshyn, Stephen Bahr, Mark Roth "Tangent"[7] Nominated
Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Amanda Tapping "2010"[7] Nominated
Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Dramatic Program or Series Robert Davidson, Richard Hudolin, Mark Davidson, Bridget McGuire, Brentan Harron, Ivana Vasak, Doug McLean "Beneath the Surface"[7] Nominated
2002 Best Visual Effects Kyle Yoneda, Doug Campbell, Michelle Comens, James Tichenor, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Shannon Gurney, Bruce Woloshyn, Tom Brydon, Brian Harder "Enemies"[8] Nominated
Best Achievement in Make-Up Lise Kuhr, Todd Masters, Brad Proctor, Jan Newman, Christopher Pinhey, Holland Miller "Beast of Burden"[8] Nominated
2003 Best Visual Effects Robin Hackl, Adam de Bosch Kemper, James Tichenor, Krista McLean, Kevin Little, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Shannon Gurney, Mark Breakspear "Revelations"[9] Won
Best Production Design or Art Direction in a Dramatic Program or Series Doug McLean, Bridget McGuire, Brentan Harron, Ivana Vasak, Richard Hudolin, Mark Davidson, Robert Davidson "Summit"[10] Nominated
Best Sound in a Dramatic Series Iain Pattison, Devan Kraushar, Sina Oroomchi, Kirby Jinnah, Dave Hibbert, David Cyr "The Warrior"[10] Nominated
2004 Best Photography in a Dramatic Program or Series Peter Woeste "Nightwalkers"[11] Nominated
Best Visual Effects Michelle Comens, James Tichenor, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Krista McLean, Adam de Bosch Kemper, Bruce Woloshyn, Shannon Gurney, Simon Ager, Mathew Talbot-Kelly, Debora Dunphy "Redemption (Part 2)"[11] Nominated
Matt Martell, Michelle Comens, Tom Brydon, Nicholas Boughen, Bruce Woloshyn, James Tichenor, Simon Ager, Wes Sargent, Marc Roth "Descent"[11] Nominated
2005 Best Visual Effects James Halverson, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Bruce Woloshyn, James Tichenor, Krista McLean, Chris Doll, Shannon Gurney, Karen Watson " Lost City (Part 2)"[9] Nominated
Bruce Mullennix, Krista McLean, Michelle Comens, Karen Watson, James Halverson, James Rorick, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Brett Keyes "New Order (Part 1)"[9] Nominated
2006 Best Visual Effects James Rorick, Mark Savela, Vinay Mehta, Kyle Winkleman, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Brendon Morfitt, Karen Watson, Anuj Patil "Beachhead"[12] Nominated
James Kawano, Krista McLean, Jeremy Hampton, Erica Henderson, Christopher Stewart, Michelle Comens, Robin Hackl, Stephen Bahr "Camelot"[12] Nominated
Best Achievement in Make-Up Todd Masters, Jan Newman "Origin"[12] Nominated
Best Sound in a Dramatic Series Dave Hibbert, Wayne Finucan, Gord Hillier, Devan Kraushar, Kirby Jinnah "Camelot"[12] Nominated

Hugo Awards

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2004 Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form Stargate SG-1 "Heroes"[13] Nominated
2007 "200"[14] Nominated

Leo Awards

Stargate SG-1 won twelve Leo Awards out of 53 nominations.[15]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2000 Best Overall Sound in a Dramatic Series Adam Boyd, Adam Gejdos, Eric Hillman, Iain Pattison, Kelly Frey, Kirby Jinnah, Paul A. Sharpe "Nemesis"[16] Won
Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series James Alfred Menard "Into the Fire"[16] Nominated
Best Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series Amanda Tapping "Point of View"[16] Nominated
Best Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series Michael Shanks "Forever in a Day"[16] Nominated
Best Production Design in a Dramatic Series Richard Hudolin "The Devil You Know"[16] Nominated
Best Screenwriter of a Dramatic Series Brad Wright, Victoria James "A Hundred Days"[16] Nominated
2001 Best Production Design of Dramatic Series Richard Hudolin, Bridget McGuire, Brentan Harron, Doug McLean, Ivana Vasak, Mark Davidson, Robert Davidson "The Light"[17] Won
Best Visual Effects of Dramatic Series Michelle Comens, Shannon Gurney, Kent Matheson, Judy D. Shane, Erik Ellefsen, Jason Macza, Rosano Lepri, Bruce Woloshyn "The Curse"[18] Nominated
James Tichenor, Jean-Luc Dinsdale, Robin Hackl, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Debora Dunphy, Kent Matheson, Judy D. Shane, Erik Ellefsen, Jason Macza, Christine Petrov, Jeremy Hoey "Small Victories"[18] Nominated
2002 Best Production Design of a Dramatic Series Richard Hudolin, Bridget McGuire, Brentan Harron, Ivana Vasak, Doug McLean, Mark Davidson, Robert Davidson "The Tomb"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance - Female Amanda Tapping "Ascension"[17] Won
Best Cinematography Peter Woeste "The Tomb"[19] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Director Andy Mikita "Proving Ground"[19] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Visual Effects James Tichenor, Michelle Comens, Shannon Gurney, Krista McLean, Neil McBean, Brian Harder, Adam de Bosch Kemper, Derek Stevenson, Greg Hansen, Bruce Woloshyn "Revelations"[19] Nominated
Best Program[19] N. John Smith, Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper, Richard Dean Anderson, Michael Greenburg Nominated
2003 Best Costume in a Dramatic Series Christina McQuarrie, Lid Hawkins "Full Circle"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Make-Up Jan Newman, Rachel Griffin, David Dupuis, Todd Masters "Metamorphosis"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Director Andy Mikita "Unnatural Selection"[20] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Overall Sound David M. Cyr, Sina Oroomchi, Iain Pattison, Dave Hibbert "The Warrior"[20] Nominated
Best Sound Editing Devan Kraushar, Cam Wagner, Kelly Frey, James Wallace, Kirby Jinnah "The Warrior"[20] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Visual Effects James Tichenor, Shannon Gurney, Krista McLean, Karen Watson, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Tom Brydon, Bruce Woloshyn "Unnatural Selection"[20] Nominated
Best Screenwriting Damian Kindler "Cure"[20] Nominated
Best Screenwriting Robert C. Cooper "Paradise Lost"[20] Nominated
Best Production Design Bridget McGuire, Peter Bodnarus, Robert Davidson, Mark Davidson, Jim Ramsay, Ricardo Spinace, James Robbins "Full Circle"[20] Nominated
Best Supporting Performance - Male Tom McBeath "Paradise Lost"[20] Nominated
Best Program[20] N. John Smith, Peter DeLuise, Damian Kindler, Andy Mikita, Paul Mullie, Joseph Mallozzi, Richard Dean Anderson, Michael Greenburg, Robert C. Cooper, Brad Wright Nominated
2004 Best Sound Editing in a Dramatic Series Devan Kraushar, James Wallace, Kirby Jinnah, Kelly Frey, Jason Mauza "Lost City (Part 2)"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance by a Female Amanda Tapping "Grace"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance by a Male Michael Shanks "Lifeboat"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Make-Up Jan Newman, Todd Masters, Lise Kuhr, Rachel Griffin, Dorothee Deichmann, Mike Fields "Enemy Mine"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Direction Andy Mikita "Heroes (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Direction Amanda Tapping "Resurrection"[21] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance by a Female Teryl Rothery "Lifeboat"[21] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance by a Male Don S. Davis "Heroes (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Best Screenwriting Robert C. Cooper "Heroes (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Best Picture Editing Eric Hill "Heroes (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Best Overall Sound Sina Oroomchi, David Hibbert, Devan Kraushar, David Cur "Grace"[21] Nominated
Sina Oroomchi, David Hibbert, Devan Kraushar, Wayne Finucan "Lost City (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Best Visual Effects James Tichenor, Craig Vandenbiggelaar, Patrick Kalyn, James Halverson, Chris Doll "Lost City (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Best Production Design Bridget McGuire, Peter Bodnarus, James Robbins, Robert Davidson, Mark Davidson "Lost City (Part 2)"[21] Nominated
Best Make-Up Jan Newman, Todd Masters, Lise Kuhr, Rachel Griffin, Dorothee Deichmann, Mike Fields "Enemy Mine"[21] Nominated
Best Costume Design Christina McQuarrie, Lid Hawkins "Birthright"[21] Nominated
Best Dramatic Series[21] N. John Smith, Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper, Michael Greenburg, Richard Dean Anderson, Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie, Andy Mikita, Damian Kindler, Peter DeLuise Nominated
2005 Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance by a Female Amanda Tapping "Threads"[17] Won
Dramatic Series: Best Costume Design Christine Mooney "Moebius (Part 2)"[17] Won
Christine Mooney "It's Good to Be King"[22] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Cinematography James Alfred Menard "It's Good to Be King"[22] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance by a Male Michael Shanks "Threads"[22] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Screenwriting Peter DeLuise "Affinity"[22] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance by a Male Tom McBeath "It's Good to Be King"[22] Nominated
Dramatic Series: Best Visual Effects Michelle Comens, James Rorick, Krista McLean, Brett Keyes, Brian Harder "Reckoning (Part 2)"[22] Nominated
2006 Best Cinematography in a Dramatic Series James Alfred Menard "Avalon (Part 2)"[23] Nominated
2007 Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series Matthew Walker "The Quest (Part 2)"[24] Nominated

Saturn Awards

Stargate SG-1 won six Saturn Awards[25] out of thirty nominations:

Year Category Nominee Result
1997 Best Genre TV Actor Richard Dean Anderson[26] Nominated
Best Syndicated Television Series[25] Won
1998 Best Actor on Television Richard Dean Anderson[25] Won
Best Syndicated Television Series[26] Nominated
1999 Best Genre TV Actor Richard Dean Anderson[27] Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television Amanda Tapping[27] Nominated
Best Syndicated Television Series[25] Won
2000 Best Genre TV Actor Richard Dean Anderson[28] Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television Amanda Tapping[28] Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television Michael Shanks[28] Nominated
Best Syndicated Television Series[28] Nominated
2001 Best Actor on Television Richard Dean Anderson[29] Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television Amanda Tapping[29] Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television Christopher Judge[29] Nominated
Best Syndicated Television Series[29] Nominated
2002 Best Actor on Television Richard Dean Anderson[30] Nominated
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[30] Nominated
2003 Best Actor on Television Richard Dean Anderson[26] Nominated
Michael Shanks[26] Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television Amanda Tapping[26] Nominated
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[25] Won
2004 Best Actor on Television Richard Dean Anderson[31] Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television Michael Shanks[31] Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television Amanda Tapping[25] Won
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[25] Won
2005 Best Actor on Television Ben Browder[32] Nominated
Best Supporting Actress on Television Claudia Black[32] Nominated
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[32] Nominated
2006 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[33] Nominated
2007 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series[34] Nominated

Visual Effects Society Awards

Stargate SG-1 has been nominated for two VES Awards.

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2003 Best Character Animation in a Live Action Televised Program, Music Video, or Commercial James Tichenor, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Kevin Little, Adam de Bosch Kemper "Revelations"[35] Nominated
2005 Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series James Tichenor, Shannon Gurney, Craig Van Den Biggelaar, Bruce Woloshyn "Lost City (Part 2)"[36] Nominated

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