Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation

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Primetime Emmy Award for Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation
Awarded forOutstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held byBarry (2018)
Websiteemmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation is an award handed out annually at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

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]

1980s[edit]

Outstanding Tape Sound Mixing for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1983
(35th)
[1]
Great Performances "Dance in America: The Magic Flute" Stu Fox, Mark Hanes, Dean Okrand, Ed Suski NBC
Alice "The Secret of Mel's Diner" Jerry Clemans, Don Helvey CBS
Benson "Death in a Funny Position" Ross Davis, Rich Jacob, Allen Patapoff ABC
Solid Gold "Barry Manilow" Jerry Clemans, Paul Dobbe, Craig Porter, Dick Sarter Syndicated
Star of the Family "Pilot" Chris Haire, Matt Hyde, Richard Jacob, Dick Wilson ABC

Outstanding Live and Tape Sound Mixing and Sound Effects for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1984
(36th)
[2]
Real People "Hawaii Show — Sarah's Wedding" Stu Fox, Mark Hanes, Dean Okrand, Ed Suski NBC
Benson "Down the Drain" Ross Davis, Rich Jacob, Allen Patapoff ABC
Cheers "No Help Wanted" Sam Black, Douglas Gray, Thomas Huth, Gordon Klimuck NBC
Fame "Break Dance" John Oliver, Frank Wolf, Jerry Clemans, Ross Davis Syndicated
"Lisa's Song" John Oliver, Jerry Clemans, Paul Hochman, Lyle J. Burbridge
1985
(37th)
[3]
Cheers "The Executive's Executioner" Michael Ballin, Sam Black, Douglas Gray, Thomas Huth NBC
The Cosby Show "Goodbye Mr. Fish" George Corrado, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter, Allan Varner NBC
"Presentation" David E. Fluhr, Rich Jacob, Allen Patapoff, Maureen Teller
Ripley's Believe It or Not! "Accident Research" Thomas Huth, John Normann, Tim Philben, Harlan Riggs ABC

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1986
(38th)
[4]
Cheers "Fear Is My Co-Pilot" Michael Ballin, Bob Douglas, Doug Grey, Tom Huth NBC
The Cosby Show "Happy Anniversary" Richard Jacob, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter NBC
The Golden Girls "Pilot" Terri Lynn Fraser, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter, Ken Quayle
Newhart "Larry's Dead, Long Live Larry" Andrew MacDonald, Bill Nicholson, Craig Porter, Richard Wachter CBS
1987
(39th)
[5]
Cheers "The Proposal" Michael Ballin, Bob Douglas, Doug Grey, Tom Huth NBC
The Cosby Show "I Know That You Know" Richard Jacob, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter, Maureen Teller NBC
Fame "The Lounge Singer Who Knew Too Much" Murray McFadden, Don Sharpless, Mike Stone, Fred Tator Syndicated
The Golden Girls "Ladies of the Evening" Dick Burns, Ed Epstein, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter NBC
"A Piece of Cake" Edward L. Moskowitz, John Orr, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter
1988
(40th)
[6]
Frank's Place "Food Fight" Michael Ballin, Martin P. Church, Lenora Peterson, M. Curtis Price CBS
Cheers "The Last Angry Mailman" Bob Douglas, Doug Gray, Thomas J. Huth, Pete San Filipo NBC
The Golden Girls "Old Friends" Edward L. Moskowitz, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: The 20th Reunion David E. Fluhr, Carroll Pratt, Otto Svoboda CBS
1989
(41st)
[7]
Night Court "The Last Temptation of Mac" Klaus Landsberg, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter NBC
Cheers "Jumping Jerks" Sam Black, Robert Crosby, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth NBC
The Golden Girls "You Gotta Have Hope" Edward L. Moskowitz, Allen Patapoff, Craig Porter
The Wonder Years "Birthday Boy" Agamemnon Andrianos, John L. Mack, David J. West, Ray West ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
(42nd)
[8]
Cheers "The Stork Brings a Crane" Sam Black, Robert Crosby, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth NBC
Designing Women "Tornado Watch" Anthony Costantini, Douglas N. Gray, Rick Himot, Larry LaSota CBS
Murphy Brown "The Strike" David E. Fluhr, John Hicks, Rick Himot
The Simpsons "The Call of the Simpsons" Brad Brock, James Fitzpatrick, Gary Montgomery Fox
The Wonder Years "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" Agamemnon Andrianos, John L. Mack, David J. West, Ray West ABC
1991
(43rd)
[9]
Doogie Howser, M.D. "Doogenstein" Michael Getlin, Joe Kenworthy, Dean Okrand, R. William A. Thiederman ABC
Cheers "The Days of Wine and Neuroses" Sam Black, Robert Crosby, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth NBC
Murphy Brown "On Another Plane" David E. Fluhr, John Hicks, Rick Himot CBS
The Simpsons "Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment" Brad Brock, James Fitzpatrick, Gary Montgomery, Brad Sherman Fox
The Wonder Years "Little Debbie" Agamemnon Andrianos, John L. Mack, Nello Torri, David J. West ABC
1992
(44th)
[10]
Doogie Howser, M.D. "Lonesome Doog" Michael Getlin, Joe Kenworthy, Dean Okrand, R. William A. Thiederman ABC
Brooklyn Bridge "Get a Job" Jim Fitzpatrick, Bruce Michaels, Gary Montgomery, David Schneiderman CBS
Cheers "Bar Wars IV: This Time It's for Real" Sam Black, Robert Crosby, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth NBC
The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror II" Brad Brock, Peter Cole, Anthony D'Amico, Gary Gegan Fox
The Wonder Years "Grandpa's Car" Agamemnon Andrianos, Craig Hunter, Nello Torri, David J. West ABC
1993
(45th)
[11]
Doogie Howser, M.D. "Doogie Got a Gun" Michael Getlin, Joe Kenworthy, Dean Okrand, R. William A. Thiederman ABC
Brooklyn Bridge "Wild Pitch" Jim Fitzpatrick, Bruce Michaels, Gary Montgomery, David Ronne CBS
Seinfeld "The Airport" Charlie McDaniel, Craig Porter, Peter A. San Filipo NBC
The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror III" Ronald L. Cox, Anthony D'Amico, Greg Orloff, R. Russell Smith Fox
The Wonder Years "Summer" / "Independence Day" Agamemnon Andrianos, Craig Hunter, Nello Torri, David J. West ABC
1994
(46th)
[12]
Mad About You "Surprise" John Bickelhaupt, Peter Damski, Marti D. Humphrey, Gary D. Rogers NBC
Coach "Pioneer Bowl" Dana Mark McClure, Charlie McDaniel, Craig Porter ABC
Frasier "A Midwinter Night's Dream" Sam Black, Robert Crosby, Bob Douglass, Thomas J. Huth NBC
Home Improvement "5th Anniversary Show" John Bickelhaupt, Klaus Landsberg, Charlie McDaniel ABC
Seinfeld "The Bris" Larry Ellena, Charlie McDaniel, Craig Porter, Peter A. San Filipo NBC
1995
(47th)
[13]
Mad About You "Up in Smoke" John Bickelhaupt, Peter Damski, Marti D. Humphrey, Gary D. Rogers NBC
Dream On "The Taking of Pablum 1-2-3, Part 2" Phil Brown, Anthony Constantini, Bob Douglass, Doug Gray HBO
Frasier "Adventures in Paradise, Part 2" Bob Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure, David M. Weishaar NBC
Home Improvement "Don't Tell Momma" John Bickelhaupt, Klaus Landsberg, Charlie McDaniel, Craig Porter ABC
Love & War "10 Cents a Dance" Phil Brown, Anthony Constantini, Bob Douglass, Doug Gray CBS
The Simpsons "Bart vs. Australia" Ronald L. Cox, Anthony D'Amico, Greg Orloff, R. Russell Smith Fox
1996
(48th)
[14]
Frasier "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure, David M. Weishaar NBC
Cybill "Zing!" Jerry Clemans, Edward L. Moskowitz, Craig Porter CBS
Home Improvement "A Taylor Runs Through It" John Bickelhaupt, Klaus Landsberg, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham ABC
Mad About You "New Year's Eve" John Bickelhaupt, Peter Damski, Marti D. Humphrey, Ray O'Reilly NBC
Seinfeld "The Cadillac" Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure, David M. Weishaar
1997
(49th)
[15]
3rd Rock from the Sun "A Nightmare on Dick Street" Todd Grace, Jesse Peck, Craig Porter NBC
Frasier "Liar, Liar!" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Dana Mark McClure, John F. Reiner NBC
Home Improvement "Wilson's World" John Bickelhaupt, Klaus Landsberg, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham ABC
The Larry Sanders Show "Ellen, or Isn't She?" John Bickelhaupt, Ed Golya, Edward L. Moskowitz HBO
The Simpsons "Brother from Another Series" Ron Cox, Greg Orloff, R. Russell Smith Fox
1998
(50th)
[16]
Ally McBeal "Boy to the World" Kurt Kassulke, Peter R. Kelsey, Paul M. Lewis, Nello Torri Fox
Frasier "Beware of Greeks" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Dana Mark McClure, John F. Reiner NBC
Home Improvement "A Night to Dismember" John Bickelhaupt, Klaus Landsberg, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham ABC
The Larry Sanders Show "Flip" John Bickelhaupt, Ed Golya, Edward L. Moskowitz HBO
3rd Rock from the Sun "36! 24! 36! Dick!" Todd Grace, Kathy Oldham, Jesse Peck, Craig Porter NBC
1999
(51st)
[17]
Ally McBeal "Love's Illusions" Peter R. Kelsey, Paul M. Lewis, Nello Torri Fox
Frasier "Three Valentines" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure NBC
Friends "The One with All the Thanksgivings" John Bickelhaupt, Dana Mark McClure, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham
Home Improvement "Love's Labor Lost, Part 1" John Bickelhaupt, Klaus Landsberg, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham ABC
3rd Rock from the Sun "Dick's Big Giant Headache" Todd Grace, Jesse Peck, Craig Porter NBC

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
(52nd)
[18]
Ally McBeal "Car Wash" Peter R. Kelsey, Paul M. Lewis, Nello Torri Fox
Frasier "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure NBC
Friends "The One After Vegas" John Bickelhaupt, Dana Mark McClure, Charles McDaniel III, Kathy Oldham
Sex and the City "Ex and the City" Robert Chefalas, T.J. O'Mara, Paul Zydel HBO
Spin City "Goodbye" Rich Jacob, John McDonald, George Meyer, Craig Porter ABC
3rd Rock from the Sun "Dick and Harry Fall in a Hole" Todd Grace, Jesse Peck, Craig Porter NBC

From 2001 to 2006, categories were divided with single-camera sitcoms competing for Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series.

Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2001
(53rd)
[19]
Everybody Loves Raymond "Italy" Anthony Constantini, Doug Gray, Rick Himot, Brentley Walton CBS
The Drew Carey Show "Drew Live II" Klaus Landsberg ABC
Frasier "Hooping Cranes" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure NBC
2002
(54th)
[20]
Frasier "Bla-Z-Boy" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond "It's Supposed to Be Fun" Anthony Constantini, Doug Gray, Rick Himot, Brentley Walton CBS
Friends "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby" John Bickelhaupt, Dana Mark McClure, Charles McDaniel III, Kathy Oldham NBC
Will & Grace "Fagel Attraction" Peter Damski, Todd Grace, Craig Porter
2003
(55th)
[21]
Everybody Loves Raymond "She's the One" Rick Himot, Kathy Oldham, Brentley Walton CBS
Frasier "Daphne Does Dinner" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure NBC
Friends "The One in Barbados" John Bickelhaupt, Dana Mark McClure, Charles McDaniel III
That '70s Show "The Crunge" Charles McDaniel III, Craig Porter, Vince Rohr Fox
Will & Grace "Bacon and Eggs" Peter Damski, Kathy Oldham, Craig Porter NBC
2004
(56th)
[22]
Frasier "The Doctor Is Out" Andre Caporaso, Robert Douglass, Thomas J. Huth, Dana Mark McClure NBC
Everybody Loves Raymond "The Model" John Bickelhaupt, Kathy Oldham, Brentley Walton CBS
Friends "The Last One" John Bickelhaupt, Dana Mark McClure, Charles McDaniel III NBC
Will & Grace "Courting Disaster" Peter Damski, Kathy Oldham, Craig Porter
2005
(57th)
[23]
Two and a Half Men "Can You Eat Human Flesh with Wooden Teeth?" Bob LaMasney, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham, Bruce Peters CBS
Everybody Loves Raymond "Boys' Therapy" John Bickelhaupt, Kathy Oldham, Brentley Walton CBS
That '70s Show "Angie" Charles McDaniel III, Craig Porter, Vince Rohr Fox
Will & Grace "Friends with Benefits" / "Kiss and Tell" Peter Damski, Kathy Oldham, Craig Porter NBC
2006
(58th)[24]
The West Wing "The Debate" Ed Greene, Andy Strauber CBS
Two and a Half Men "The Unfortunate Little Schnauzer" Bob LaMasney, Charlie McDaniel, Kathy Oldham, Bruce Peters CBS

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2007
(59th)
[25]
Entourage "One Day in the Valley" Tom Stasinis, Dennis Kirk, Bill Jackson HBO
Scrubs "My Musical" Joe Foglia, Eric Pierce, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum NBC
My Name Is Earl "Our Cops Is On!" C. Darin Knight, David Rawlinson, Peter Kelsey NBC
The Office "The Coup" Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum
30 Rock "Corporate Crush" Griffin Richardson, Tony Pipitone, Bill Marino
2008
(60th)
[26]
30 Rock "Episode 210" Griffin Richardson, Tony Pipitone, Bill Marino NBC
Entourage "Adios Amigos" Steve Morantz, Dennis Kirk, Bill Jackson HBO
The Office "Local Ad" Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum NBC
Two and a Half Men "Is There a Mrs. Waffles?" Bruce Peters, Kathy Oldham, Charlie McDaniel, Bob La Masney CBS
Weeds "Go" Susan Moore-Chong, Chris Philp, Fred Tator Showtime
2009
(61st)
[27]
Entourage "Pie" Tom Stasinis, Dennis Kirk, Bill Jackson HBO
Weeds "The Three Coolers" Jon Ailetcher, Fred Tator, Chris Philp Showtime
Flight of the Conchords "Unnatural Love" Alex Sullivan, Brian Riordan HBO
The Office "Michael Scott Paper Company" Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum NBC
Scrubs "My Jerks" Joe Foglia, Eric Pierce, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum ABC
30 Rock "Kidney Now!" Griffin Richardson, Tony Pipitone NBC

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2010
(62nd)
[28]
Entourage "One Car, Two Car, Red Car, Blue Car" Alec St. John, Todd Orr, Tom Stasinis, Dennis Kirk HBO
Modern Family "En Garde" Stephen Tibbo, Brian Harman, Dean Okrand ABC
The Office "Niagara" Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum NBC
30 Rock "Argus" Griffin Richardson, Tony Pipitone, Bill Marino
Two and a Half Men "Fart Jokes, Pie and Celeste" Bruce Peters, Bob La Masney, Kathy Oldham CBS
2011
(63rd)
[29]
Family Guy "Road to the North Pole" Patrick S. Clark, Jim Fitzpatrick Fox
Californication "The Last Supper" Daniel P. Church, Ed Carr, Todd Grace Showtime
Modern Family "Halloween" Stephen Tibbo, Dean Okrand, Brian Harman ABC
The Office "Andy's Play" Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum NBC
Parks and Recreation "Andy and April's Fancy Party" Steve Morantz, John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum
2012
(64th)
[30]
Modern Family "Dude Ranch" Stephen Tibbo, Dean Okrand, Brian Harman ABC
Entourage "The End" Tom Stasinis, Dennis Kirk, Todd Orr HBO
Nurse Jackie "Handle Your Scandal" Jan McLaughlin, Peter Waggoner Showtime
Parks and Recreation "End of the World" John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum, Steve Morantz NBC
30 Rock "Live from Studio 6H" Robert Palladino, Marty Brumbach, Josiah Gluck, William Taylor
2013
(65th)
[31]
Nurse Jackie "Teachable Moments" Jan McLaughlin, Peter Waggoner Showtime
Modern Family "My Hero" Stephen Tibbo, Brian Harman, Dean Okrand ABC
The Office "Finale" Benjamin Patrick, John W. Cook II, Robert Carr NBC
Parks and Recreation "Leslie and Ben" Steve Morantz, John W. Cook II, Ken Kobett
30 Rock "Mazel Tov, Dummies!" Griffin Richardson, Tony Pipitone
2014
(66th)
[32]
Nurse Jackie "The Lady with the Lamp" Jan McLaughlin, Peter Waggoner Showtime
Californication "Kickoff" Daniel P. Church, Todd Grace, Ed Carr Showtime
Modern Family "The Wedding, Part 1" Stephen Tibbo, Dean Okrand, Brian Harman ABC
The Simpsons "Married to the Blob" Mark Linden, Tara A. Paul Fox
Veep "Detroit" William F. MacPherson, Richard Davey HBO
2015
(67th)
[33]
Modern Family "Connection Lost" Stephen Tibbo, Dean Okrand, Brian Harman, David Torres ABC
Parks and Recreation "One Last Ride" George Flores, John W. Cook II, William Freesh NBC
Silicon Valley "Server Space" Benjamin Patrick, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Todd Beckett HBO
The Simpsons "Simpsorama" Tara A. Paul, Mark Linden Fox
Veep "Mommy Meyer" William F. MacPherson, Richard Davey HBO
2016
(68th)
[34]
Mozart in the Jungle "Nothing Resonates Like Rhinoceros Foreskin" Thomas Varga, Andy D'Addario, Bill Higley, Chris Navarro Amazon
Modern Family "The Storm" Stephen Tibbo, Dean Okrand, Brian Harman ABC
Silicon Valley "Bachmanity Insanity" Benjamin Patrick, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Todd Beckett HBO
The Simpsons "Halloween of Horror" Tara A. Paul, Mark Linden Fox
Veep "Congressional Ball" William F. MacPherson, John W. Cook II, Bill Freesh HBO
2017
(69th)
[35]
Mozart in the Jungle "Now I Will Sing" Andy D'Addario, Gary Gegan, Marco Fiumara, Clark Germain Amazon
Master of None "The Dinner Party" Joshua Berger, Michael Barosky Netflix
Modern Family "Basketball" Dean Okrand, Brian R. Harman, Stephen A. Tibbo ABC
Silicon Valley "Intellectual Property" Elmo Ponsdomenech, Todd Beckett, Benjamin Patrick HBO
Veep "Omaha" John W. Cook II, Bill Freesh, Bill MacPherson
2018
(70th)
[36]
Barry "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast and Keep Going" Todd Beckett, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Benjamin Patrick HBO
Family Guy "Three Directors" Jim Fitzpatrick, Patrick Clark and Aaron Diecker Fox
Modern Family "Lake Life" Brian R. Harman, Dean Okrand, Stephen A. Tibbo ABC
Mozart in the Jungle "Domo Arigato" Andy D'Addario, Chris Jacobson, Ryotaro Harada Amazon
Silicon Valley "Fifty-One Percent" Todd Beckett, Elmo Ponsdomenech, Benjamin Patrick HBO

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

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