Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for a Variety Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for a Variety Series
Awarded forOutstanding Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for a Variety Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held bySaturday Night Live (2019)
Websiteemmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for a Variety Series is awarded to one television series each year. Prior to 2011, the award was bestowed as Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for Variety, Music or Comedy Programming. Separate awards now recognize series and variety specials.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place.

Winners and nominations[edit]

  indicates the winner

Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic)

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1980
(32nd)
[1]
F.D.R.: The Last Year Peter G. Edwards, William Knight, Peter S. Passas NBC
The Big Show "Sarah Purcell and Flip Wilson" William M. Klages NBC
The Cheryl Ladd Special: Souvenirs Fred McKinnon, Mark Palius ABC
Goldie and Liza Together Daniel Flannery, William M. Klages CBS
The Tender Land Tony Di Girolamo PBS
The Unbroken Circle: A Tribute to Mother Maybelle John Freschi, George W. Riesenberger CBS
1981
(33rd)
[2]
Nureyev and the Joffrey Ballet in Tribute to Nijinsky (Great Performances) Ralph Holmes PBS
A Bayou Legend George Riesenberger PBS
Command Performance: The Stars Salute to the President Fred McKinnon NBC
Diana Allen Branton, Gregory Brunton CBS
The Osmond Family Christmas Show Leard Davis NBC
Sixty Years of Seduction Gregory Brunton ABC
The 35th Annual Tony Awards Carl Vitelli CBS
1982
(34th)
[3]
Working (American Playhouse) George Riesenberger, Ken Dettling PBS
Debby Boone... One Step Closer Gregory Brunton NBC
I Love Liberty Fred McKinnon, Mark Palius ABC
The Nashville Palace "Tammy Wynette, George Jones and Minnie Pearl" Leard Davis NBC
Night of 100 Stars William Klages ABC
Solid Gold "Marilyn McCoo and the Charlie Daniels Band" Bob Dickinson, Harold Guy Syndicated

Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1983
(35th)
[4]
Solid Gold "Dolly Parton" Bob Dickinson, Frank Olivas Syndicated
Benson "Boys Night Out" Alan K. Walker ABC
"Death in a Funny Position" Alan K. Walker, John C. Zak
Rock 'n' Roll Tonite "Molly Hatchett and Quiet Riot" Mikel Neiers, Kieran Healy Syndicated
1984
(36th)
[5]
Solid Gold "198" Bob Dickinson, Frank Olivas Syndicated
Night Court "Birthday Boy" Mikel Neiers NBC
Night Court "Bull's Baby" John Appelroth
Oh Madeline "Sisters" Alan K. Walker ABC
1985
(37th)
[6]
Mr. Belvedere "Strangers in the Night" George Spiro Dibie ABC
Night Court "Billie's Valentine" John Appelroth NBC
"Bull Gets a Kid" Mark Buxbaum
Solid Gold "230" Bob Dickinson Syndicated
1986
(38th)
[7]
Solid Gold "283" Bob Dickinson Syndicated
The Golden Girls "On Golden Girls" Alan K. Walker NBC
Night Court "Leon We Hardly Knew Ye" George Spiro Dibie
Silver Spoons "Rick Sings" Mark Buxbaum
Who's the Boss? "Charmed Lives" Mark J. Levin ABC
1987
(39th)
[8]
Growing Pains "My Brother, Myself" George Spiro Dibie ABC
Keep on Cruisin' "Mark C. Bloome" Jeff Engel CBS
Married... with Children "But I Didn't Shoot the Deputy" Mark Buxbaum Fox
Who's the Boss? "The Proposal" Mark J. Levin ABC

Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1988
(40th)
[9]
The Charmings "The Witch Is of Van Oaks" Mark Buxbaum ABC
The Golden Girls "Old Friends" Alan K. Walker NBC
Married... with Children "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" Ted C. Polmanski, Gavin Wishart Fox
Night Court "Constitution, Part 2" George Spiro Dibie NBC
Who's the Boss? "Two on a Billboard" Mark J. Levin ABC
1989
(41st)
[10]
Who's the Boss? "A Spirited Christmas" Mark J. Levin ABC
Family Ties "Alex Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Robert F. Liu NBC
The Golden Girls "Yokel Hero" Alan K. Walker
Night Court "Danny Got His Gun, Part 3" Bob Berry

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
(42nd)
[11]
Just the Ten of Us "Highway to Heaven" George Spiro Dibie ABC
Bagdad Cafe "Prototype" Donald A. Morgan CBS
The Golden Girls "Ebb Tide" Alan K. Walker NBC
Roseanne "Boo" Daniel Flannery ABC
Who's the Boss? "The All-Nighter" Mark J. Levin
1991
(43rd)
[12]
Growing Pains "Happy Halloween" George Spiro Dibie ABC
The Golden Girls "The Bloom Is Off the Rose" Alan K. Walker NBC
Night Court "Hey Harry" / "F'Cryin' Out Loud" / "It's a Wonderful Life... Sorta" Charles L. Barbee
Who's the Boss? "Starlight Memories" Mark J. Levin ABC
1992
(44th)
[13]
Home Improvement "Luck Be a Taylor Tonight" Donald A. Morgan ABC
Davis Rules "A Foggy Day on Puget Sound" Jo Mayer CBS
Growing Pains "Home Malone" George Spiro Dibie ABC
Night Court "A Guy Named Phantom, Part 1" Charles L. Barbee NBC
1993
(45th)
[14]
Home Improvement "Bye Bye Birdie" Donald A. Morgan ABC
Blossom "Ruby" Alan K. Walker NBC
Dudley "It Was a Wonderful Life" George Spiro Dibie, Kim Killingsworth CBS
Roseanne "Halloween IV" Daniel Flannery ABC
1994
(46th)
[15]
Home Improvement "Twas the Blight" Donald A. Morgan ABC
The John Larroquette Show "Pilot" Alan K. Walker NBC
Roseanne "White Trash Christmas" Daniel Flannery ABC
1995
(47th)
[16]
Home Improvement "My Dinner with Wilson" Donald A. Morgan ABC
Sister, Sister "It's a Love Thang" George Spiro Dibie
The John Larroquette Show "In the Pink" Alan K. Walker NBC
Living Single "Thanks for Giving" Bryan Hays Fox
1996
(48th)
[17]
Home Improvement "Room Without a View" Donald A. Morgan ABC
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Burnin' Down the House" Art Busch NBC
The John Larroquette Show "Here We Go Again" Alan K. Walker
Living Single "A Raze in Harlem" Bryan Hays Fox
Sister, Sister "Thanksgiving in Hawaii, Part 2" George Spiro Dibie The WB
1997
(49th)
[18]
Cosby "Pilot" Alan K. Walker CBS
Home Improvement "I Was a Teenage Taylor" Donald A. Morgan ABC
In the House "Curse of the Hill House" Art Busch UPN
The Larry Sanders Show "Ellen, or Isn't She" Peter Smokler HBO
Sister, Sister "The Ski Squad" George Spiro Dibie The WB
1998
(50th)
[19]
Home Improvement "A Night to Dismember" Donald A. Morgan ABC
The Larry Sanders Show "Flip" Peter Smokler HBO
The Nanny "The Wedding" James Jensen CBS
Sister, Sister "Mo' Credit, Mo' Problems" George Spiro Dibie The WB
1999
(51st)
[20]
Home Improvement "Mark's Big Break" Donald A. Morgan ABC
Mr. Show with Bob and David "Like Chickens... Delicious Chickens" Simon Miles HBO
Rude Awakening "Don't Do the Strippers" Alan K. Walker Showtime

Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic)

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
(52nd)
[21]
Fail Safe John A. Alonzo, Kim Killingsworth CBS
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards Robert Barnhart, Robert A. Dickinson, Matt Firestone, Andy O'Reilly ABC
Arista Records' 25th Anniversary Celebration Olin Younger NBC
Cher: Live in Concert — From the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Tom Beck, Allen Branton, Christian Choi, Victor Fable, Michael Goodwin, Jeff Johnson, Jim Straw, Patrick Woodroffe HBO
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "1738" Patrick Steele, Gary Thorns NBC

Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for Variety, Music or Comedy Programming

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2001
(53rd)
[22]
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Gregg Maltby, Jeff Ravitz HBO
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards Robert Barnhart, Robert A. Dickinson, Matt Firestone, Andy O'Reilly ABC
Barbra Streisand: Timeless Bob Dickinson, Peter Morse Fox
Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher "01-921" Jeff Engel ABC
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "1865" Patrick Steele, Gary Thorns NBC
2002
(54th)
[23]
Opening Ceremony Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Robert A. Dickinson, David Grill, Andy O'Reilly NBC
The 74th Annual Academy Awards Robert Barnhart, Robert A. Dickinson, Andy O'Reilly ABC
A&E in Concert: Sting in Tuscany ...All This Time Stan Crocker, David Rudd A&E
America: A Tribute to Heroes LeRoy Bennett, Patrick Dierson, Matt Ford, Kieran Healy, Rod Yemane [note 1]
Survivor "Finale and Reunion" Tim Sheldon CBS
2003
(55th)
[24]
The 75th Annual Academy Awards Robert Barnhart, Robert A. Dickinson, Andy O'Reilly ABC
American Idol "Finale" Matt Ford, Kieran Healy, George Harvey Fox
Cher — The Farewell Tour Bob Barnhart, Bobby Dickinson, Matt Firestone, Abby Holmes, Kille Knobel NBC
Rolling Stones — Licks World Tour, Live from Madison Square Garden Robert Barnhart, Dave Hill, Jim Straw, Ethan Weber, Patrick Woodroffe HBO
2004
(56th)
[25]
The 46th Annual Grammy Awards Robert Barnhart, Robert A. Dickinson, Matt Firestone, Andy O'Reilly CBS
A&E in Concert: Paul McCartney in Red Square Roy Bennett, Craig Braden, Wally Lees A&E
A&E in Concert: Sting — Sacred Love Stan Crocker, David Rudd
The 76th Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
American Idol "Finale" Matthew Firestone, Kieran Healy, George Harvey Fox
Late Show with David Letterman "2117" Steven Brill, Timothy Stephenson CBS
2005
(57th)
[26]
The Games Of The XXVIII Olympiad — Opening Ceremony Eleftheria Deko, Robert A. Dickinson, Andy O'Reilly, Theodore Tsevas, Ted Wells NBC
The 77th Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
American Idol "Finale, Part 2" Kieran Healy, George Harvey, Eli McKinney Fox
Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival (Great Performances) Stan Crocker PBS
Late Show with David Letterman "2269" Steven Brill, Timothy Stephenson CBS
2006
(58th)
[27]
2005 American Music Awards Harry Sangmeister, Olin Younger ABC
The 78th Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
American Idol "American Classics Songbook with Rod Stewart" Kieran Healy, George Harvey, Eli McKinney Fox
"Finale" Kieran Healy, George Harvey, Harry Sangmeister
Late Night with Conan O'Brien "2226" Fred Bock NBC
2007
(59th)
[28]
The 49th Annual Grammy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Matt Firestone, Andy O'Reilly CBS
The 79th Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, George Harvey, Harry Sangmeister Fox
Dancing with the Stars "308" Simon Miles ABC
Late Night with Conan O'Brien "2408" Fred Bock, Ronnie Skopac, Eugene Meienhofer NBC
2008
(60th)
[29]
The 50th Annual Grammy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Matt Firestone, Andy O'Reilly CBS
The 80th Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
Dancing with the Stars "510A" Simon Miles
Late Night with Conan O'Brien "2518" Fred Bock NBC
Late Show with David Letterman "2843" Steven Brill, Timothy Stephenson CBS
2009
(61st)
[30]
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, Joshua Hutchings, George Harvey Fox
The 81st Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
Dancing with the Stars "702A" Simon Miles
Jimmy Kimmel Live! "09-1182" Christian Hibbard, Matt Ford
Late Show with David Letterman "3074" Steven Brill, Timothy Stephenson CBS
Saturday Night Live "Host: Hugh Laurie" Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2010
(62nd)
[31]
Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony Robert A. Dickinson, Ted Wells, Travis M. Hagenbuch NBC
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards Robert A. Dickinson, Robert Barnhart, Andy O'Reilly ABC
Dancing with the Stars "909A" Simon Miles
Saturday Night Live "Host: Betty White" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC

Outstanding Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for a Variety Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2011
(63rd)
[32]
So You Think You Can Dance "Season 7 Finale, Part 2" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice Fox
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, Joshua Hutchings, Matthew McAdam, George Harvey Fox
Conan "Love Gets Liposuctioned" Robert A. Dickinson, Noah Mitz TBS
Dancing with the Stars "1204A" Simon Miles ABC
Jimmy Kimmel Live! "Michel Gondry Directs" Christian Hibbard
Saturday Night Live "Host: Justin Timberlake" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC
2012
(64th)
[33]
So You Think You Can Dance "Season 8 Finale" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice Fox
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, Joshua Hutchings, Matthew McAdam, George Harvey Fox
Dancing with the Stars "1307" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo ABC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC
The Voice "Live Shows, Part 1" Oscar Dominguez, Daniel Boland
2013
(65th)
[34]
The Voice "Live Final Performances (Season 3)" Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Daniel K. Boland, Craig Housenick NBC
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, Joshua Hutchings Fox
Dancing with the Stars "1605" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo ABC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Martin Short" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC
So You Think You Can Dance "Season 9 Finale" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice Fox
2014
(66th)
[35]
Dancing with the Stars "1711A" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo ABC
America's Got Talent "826" Joshua Hutchings, Harry Sangmeister, Lorne MacDougall NBC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon "Episode 1 (Will Smith/U2)" Fred Bock, Phil Hymes, Jared Kirchmer, Francis Biancamano, Mike Baldassari
The Voice "619A" Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Craig Housenick, Daniel Boland, Johnny Bradley
2015
(67th)
[36]
The Voice "818A" Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Daniel K. Boland, Craig Housenick, Johnny Bradley NBC
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, Harry Sangmeister, George Harvey, Harrison Lippman Fox
Dancing with the Stars "1911A" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo ABC
Late Show with David Letterman "4190" Steven Brill, Timothy Stephenson CBS
Saturday Night Live "Host: Amy Adams" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC
So You Think You Can Dance "Season 11 Finale" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice Fox
2016
(68th)
[37]
The Voice "917A" Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Daniel K. Boland, Craig Housenick, Johnny Bradley NBC
American Idol "Finale" Kieran Healy, Harry Sangmeister, George Harvey, Harrison Lippman Fox
Dancing with the Stars "The Finals, Part 2" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo ABC
Saturday Night Live "Hosts: Tiny Fey & Amy Poehler" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC
So You Think You Can Dance "Season 12 Finale" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice Fox
2017
(69th)
[38]
Dancing with the Stars "Cirque Du Soleil Night" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo, Matt McAdam ABC
America's Got Talent "1120" Noah Mitz, Ryan Tanker, Mike Berger, Andrew Webberley, Matthew Benson NBC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness
So You Think You Can Dance "Finale" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice Fox
The Voice "Live Finale, Part 2" Oscar Dominguez, Samuel Barker, Daniel K. Boland, Johnny Bradley NBC
2018
(70th)
[39]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Kevin Hart" Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral, Rick McGuinness NBC
America's Got Talent "The Finals" Noah Mitz, Ryan Tanker, Mike Berger, Charles Dabezies, Matthew Benson NBC
Dancing with the Stars "Halloween Night" Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo, Matt McAdam ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Finale" Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice, Madigan Stehly Fox
The Voice "Live Finale, Part 1" Oscar Dominguez, Daniel Boland, Craig Housenick, Johnny Bradley, Ronald Wirsgalla NBC
2019
(71st)
[40]
Saturday Night Live "Host: John Mulaney" Rick McGuinness, Geoff Amoral, William McGuinness, Trevor Brown, Tim Stasse NBC
America's Got Talent "Semi Final #1 Performance Show" Noah Mitz, Mike Berger, Will Gossett, Ryan Tanker, Matthew Benson, Andrew Webberley NBC
Dancing with the Stars "Semi-Finals" Simon Miles, Suzanne Sotelo, Pete Radice, Matt McAdam ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Finale" Robert Barnhart, Patrick Boozer, Pete Radice, Madigan Stehly, Matt Firestone Fox
The Voice "Live Finale, Part 1" Oscar Dominguez, Daniel Boland, Craig Housenick, Ronald Wirsgalla, Johnny Bradley NBC

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

Totals include nominations for Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Drama Series, Variety Series, Miniseries, Movie or Special.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ America: A Tribute to Heroes was simulcast live on 35 network and cable outlets. The Emmys listed no individual network with this nomination.

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