List of awards and nominations received by 3rd Rock from the Sun

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The sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun has been nominated for and won a number of major television awards.

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By award

American Cinema Editors

American Society of Cinematographers

1 win

Casting Society of America

1 win

Costume Designers Guild

Directors Guild of America

Emmy Awards

31 nominations, 8 wins [1]

YearCategoryRecipient(s)Result
1996 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series John Lithgow Won
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series James Burrows Nominated
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series Pixie SchwartzNominated
1997 Outstanding Comedy Series Mark Brazill, Marcy Carsey, Patrick Kienlen, Bob Kushell, Caryn Mandabach, Bill Martin, David Sacks, Mike Schiff, Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner, Tom Werner, Chrisitine ZanderNominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowWon
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Kristen Johnston Won
Outstanding Choreography Marguerite Derricks Won
Outstanding Costumes for a Series Melina RootWon
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera SeriesPixie Schwartz & Camille FriendNominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series Todd Grace, Jesse Peck, Craig PorterWon
Outstanding Special Visual Effects Glen Bennett, Patrick Shearn, Chris StavesNominated
1998 Outstanding Comedy SeriesMark Brazill, Marcy Carsey, Michael Glouberman, David Israel, Patrick Kienlen, Bob Kushell, Caryn Mandabach, Bill Martin, Jim O'Doherty, Andrew Orenstein, David Sacks, Mike Schiff, Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner, Tom Werner, Christine ZanderNominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowNominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesKristen JohnstonNominated
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Terry Hughes Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series John Cleese Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Jan Hooks Nominated
Outstanding Costumes for a SeriesMelina RootNominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama SeriesTodd Grace, Kathy Oldham, Jesse Peck, Craig PorterNominated
1999 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowWon
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesKristen JohnstonWon
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series William Shatner Nominated
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Kathy Bates Nominated
Laurie Metcalf Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama SeriesTodd Grace, Jesse Peck, Craig PorterNominated
Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Vince HumphreyNominated
2000 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowNominated
Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series Ronald W. BrowneNominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama SeriesTodd Grace, Jesse Peck, Craig PorterNominated
Outstanding Production Design Garvin Eddy, Tara StephensonNominated
2001 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowNominated

Golden Globe Awards

6 nominations, 2 wins [2]

YearCategoryRecipient(s)Result
1996 Best Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Series John Lithgow Won
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Kristen Johnston Nominated
1997 Best Series – Musical or ComedyNominated
Best Actor – Musical or Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowNominated
1998 Nominated

Satellite Awards

2 wins

Screen Actors Guild

6 nominations, 2 wins [3]

YearCategoryRecipient(s)Result
1996 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series John Lithgow Won
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Kristen Johnston Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Jane Curtin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kristen Johnston, John Lithgow, French Stewart Nominated
1997 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy SeriesJohn LithgowWon
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy SeriesJane Curtin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kristen Johnston, Simbi Khali, Wayne Knight, John Lithgow, French Stewart, Elmarie Wendel Nominated
1998 Nominated

TCA Awards

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1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

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