List of awards and nominations received by Fringe

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Fringe is an American drama series that aired on Fox from September 9, 2008 to January 18, 2013. It has been nominated for a variety of different awards including an Emmy, five Saturn Awards, six Golden Reel Awards, two Satellite Awards, and two Writers Guild of America Awards.

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The Fringe series follows an FBI Fringe Division team based in Boston, Massachusetts. The team uses unorthodox "fringe" science and FBI investigative techniques to investigate "the Pattern", a series of unexplained and often ghastly occurrences taking place all over the world. Joshua Jackson and Jasika Nicole have both garnered nominations for their starring and co-starring roles as well. Leonard Nimoy has even claimed a Saturn Award, for his guest stint on the show. "Pilot" is the most nominated single episode of the series, receiving nominations in five different awards ceremonies, six nominations total. The episode garnered the series' only non-acting award, a VES award, and was nominated for the series' first Emmy. "Unleashed" is the episode with the second greatest appraisal, reaping double nominations during the 2010 Golden Reel Ceremony. However, White Tulip has also been critically acclaimed and appraised, receiving a Creative Arts Emmy nomination following the conclusion of Fringe's second season. As of June 2009, Fringe has been honored three times and nominated for over thirty awards in thirteen different ceremonies, winning only seven.

<i>Fringe</i> (TV series) American science fiction television series

Fringe is an American science fiction television series created by J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci. It premiered on the Fox network on September 9, 2008, and concluded on January 18, 2013, after five seasons and 100 episodes. The series follows Olivia Dunham, Peter Bishop, and Walter Bishop, all members of the fictional Fringe Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, based in Boston, Massachusetts, under the supervision of Homeland Security. The team uses fringe science and FBI investigative techniques to investigate a series of unexplained, often ghastly occurrences, which are related to mysteries surrounding a parallel universe.

Fringe science is an inquiry in an established field of study which departs significantly from mainstream theories in that field and is considered to be questionable by the mainstream.

Joshua Jackson Canadian actor

Joshua Browning Jackson is an American-Canadian actor. He is known for his starring role as Pacey Witter in the teen drama series Dawson's Creek (1998–2003), Peter Bishop in the science fiction series Fringe (2008–2013), Cole Lockhart in the drama series The Affair (2014–18), and Mickey Joseph in the drama miniseries When They See Us (2019).

Emmy Awards

The Primetime Emmy Awards are presented annually by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

The Primetime Emmy Award is an American award bestowed by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) in recognition of excellence in American primetime television programming. First given out in 1949, the award was originally referred to as simply the "Emmy Awards" until the first Daytime Emmy Award ceremony was held in 1974 and the word "prime time" was added to distinguish between the two.

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences American television organization

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS), also colloquially known as the Television Academy, is a professional honorary organization dedicated to the advancement of the television industry in the United States.

Technical awards are presented annually the day before the Primetime Emmy Award event is held. They are called the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. In 2009, Fringe has been nominated for two awards, honoring its special effects.

The Creative Arts Emmys are a class of Emmy Awards presented in recognition of technical and other similar achievements in American television programming. They are commonly awarded to behind-the-scenes personnel such as production designers, set decorators, video editors, costume designers, cinematographers, casting directors, and sound editors.

Creative Arts Emmy Awards

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2009 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects [1] Kevin Blank, Jay Worth, Andrew Orloff, Johnathan Banta, Steve Graves, Jonathan Spencer Levy, Scott Dewis, Steve Fong, Tom Turnball"Pilot"Nominated
2010Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Editing in a Series [2] Paul Curtis, Rick Norman, Bruce Tanis, Paul Apelgren, Shelley Roden, Rick Partlow"White Tulip"Nominated
* denotes nominated works with awards pending presentation and announcement.

Golden Reel Awards

The Golden Reel Awards are presented annually by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. Fringe has been nominated six times at this ceremony, and has yet to claim a single prize.

Motion Picture Sound Editors (M.P.S.E.) is an American honorary society of motion picture sound editors founded in 1953. The society's goals are to educate others about and increase the recognition of the sound editors, show the artistic merit of the soundtracks, and improve the professional relationship of its members. The society is not to be confused with an industry union, such as the I.A.T.S.E. The current president is Frank Morrone.

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2009 Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form
Dialogue & ADR
[3]
Bruce Honda, Bob Redpath, Chris Reeves
David M. Cowman, Mitchell C. Gettleman,
Tom A. Harris, Virginia Cook McGowan
"Pilot"Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Short Form
Dialogue & ADR [4]
Tom A. Harris, Christopher Reeves,
Gabrielle Reeves, Jay Keiser
"Safe"Nominated
Best Sound Editing in Television Long Form
Sound Effects & Foley [5]
Walter Newman, Bob Redpath, Micheal Ferdie
Kenneth Young, Adam Johnston, David Werntz
Ron Salaises, Casey Crabtree, Michael Crabtree
"Pilot"Nominated
2010Best Sound Editing Short Form
Dialogue and ADR in Television [6]
Thomas A. Harris, Christopher Reeves,
Gabrielle Reeves, Jay Keiser
"Unleashed"Nominated
Best Sound Editing Short Form
Sound Effects and Foley in Television [7]
Thomas A. Harris, Michael Ferdie, Nick Neutra,
Robert Kellough, Joe Schultz, Sanaa Cannella,
Cynthia Merrill
"Unleashed"Nominated
Best Sound Editing Short Form
Music in Television [8]
Paul Apelgren"Night of Desirable Objects"Nominated
2011Best Sound Editing
TV Short From Music [9]
Paul Apelgren"The Box"Nominated
Best Sound Editing
Short Form Musical In Television [10]
Paul Apelgren"Brown Betty"Nominated

Satellite Awards

John Noble is the only cast member to have been nominated for a Satellite Award. John Noble by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
John Noble is the only cast member to have been nominated for a Satellite Award.

The Satellite Awards, formerly known as the Golden Satellite Awards, are presented both for cinema and television. Fringe has been nominated twice for John Noble's portrayal of Doctor Walter Bishop [11]

John Noble Australian actor and director

John Noble is an Australian actor and theatre director of more than 80 plays. He is best known for his roles as Dr. Walter Bishop in the US Fox science fiction television series Fringe, and Henry Parrish in the Fox action-horror series Sleepy Hollow. His most high-profile film role was as Denethor in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy. He also provided the voice of the DC Comics supervillain Scarecrow in the 2015 video game Batman: Arkham Knight, where his character served as the main antagonist. In 2015, he joined the main cast of the television series Elementary as Sherlock Holmes's father. He was also cast as a doctor in the Australian TV series All Saints. In 2012, Noble was diagnosed with osteoporosis. His charity, Noble Bones, helps to raise awareness for the disease.

YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2008 Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor –
Series, Miniseries, or Television Film
[11]
John NobleNominated
2009 Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor –
Series, Miniseries, or Television Film
[12]
John NobleNominated

Saturn Awards

The Saturn Awards are presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films and honor science fiction and fantasy films and television shows. For work on the first season, Fringe was nominated for two Saturn Awards, [13] one for Best Network Television Series and another for Anna Torv's performance as Agent Olivia Dunham. The following year, Fringe was again nominated in the same categories, as well as Leonard Nimoy for his guest work as Dr. William Bell. However, this time Fringe received accolades for Best Actress and Best Guest Star on Television.

Cast of Fringe holding their 2011 Saturn awards Fringe cast with Saturn awards.jpg
Cast of Fringe holding their 2011 Saturn awards
YearCategoryNominee(s)Result
2008 Best Network Television Series [13] Nominated
Best Actress on Television [13] Anna Torv Nominated
2009 Best Network Television Series [14] Nominated
Best Actress on Television [14] Anna TorvWon
Best Supporting Actor on Television [14] John Noble Nominated
Best Guest Star on Television [14] Leonard Nimoy Won
2010 Best Network Television Series [15] [16] Won
Best Actress on Television [15] [16] Anna TorvWon
Best Supporting Actor on Television [15] [16] John Noble Won
Best Supporting Actor on Television [15] Lance Reddick Nominated
Best Guest Star on Television [15] Seth Gabel Nominated
2012Best Network Television Series [17] [18] FringeWon
Best Actress on Television [17] [18] Anna TorvWon
Best Supporting Actor on Television [17] [18] John NobleNominated
Best Guest Star on Television [17] [18] Orla BradyNominated

Writers Guild of America Awards

Series co-creator J. J. Abrams has been nominated for two WGA Awards. J. J. Abrams by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Series co-creator J. J. Abrams has been nominated for two WGA Awards.

The Writers Guild of America Awards are presented annually by the Writers Guild of America. Fringe has been nominated for two awards. [19]

YearCategoryNominee(s)EpisodeResult
2009Long Form - Original [19] J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci "Pilot"Nominated
New Series [19] See Below Nominated

^2009 "Long Form - Original" Nominees J.J. Abrams, Jason Cahill, Julia Cho, David H. Goodman, Felicia Henderson, Brad Caleb Kane, Alex Kurtzman, Darin Morgan, J. R. Orci, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, and Zack Whedon. [19]

Other awards

Fringe has claimed massive success achievement in award categories praising the series as a whole, [20] [21] [22] and has also laid claim to numerous acting accolades. [20] [23] [24] Fringe has had success in being nominated for various visual effects and cinematography awards. [25] [26] Fringe's official website's content as well as the website itself, have garnered numerous honors. [27] [28] [29] "Pilot" is the most nominated episode of the series for visual effects and cinematography. [25] [26]

YearAwardCategoryNomineeResult
2008 ASC Awards Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in
Movies of the Week/Miniseries/Pilot for Broadcast [25]
Michael Bonvillain
"Pilot"
Nominated
2009Australians in Film AwardsBreakthrough Award [24] Anna TorvWon
2011 Critics' Choice Television Award Best Drama Series [30] Nominated
Best Actress in a Drama Series [30] Anna Torv Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series [30] John Noble Won
2009 EWwy Awards Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesJohn NobleNominated
2010Outstanding Drama SeriesWon
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesJohn NobleWon
2009 NewNowNext Awards Brink of Fame: Actor [23] Jasika Nicole Nominated
2009 People's Choice Awards Favorite New TV Drama [22] Nominated
2011 People's Choice Awards Favorite Sci-fi/Fantasy TV Show [31] Won
2009 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV: Breakout Show [20] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Drama [20] Joshua Jackson Nominated
Choice TV: Breakout Star Female [20] Anna TorvNominated
2010 Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci Fi [32] Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci Fi [32] Joshua JacksonNominated
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci Fi [32] Anna TorvNominated
2012 Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci Fi Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci Fi Anna TorvNominated
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci Fi Joshua JacksonNominated
2009 Television Critics Awards Outstanding New Program of the Year [21] Nominated
2008 VES Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program [26] Kevin Blank, Jay Worth, Andrew Orloff & Barbara Genicoff
"Pilot"
Won
2009Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series [33] Jay Worth, Robert Habros, Andrew Orloff, Eric Hance
"Earthling"
Nominated
2012Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series [34] Robert Habros, Andrew Orloff, Jay Worth, Chris WrightNominated
2009 Webby Awards Honoree Best Writing [27] Fringemas
Fox Broadcasting Company
Honoree
Honoree Television Website [28] Official Fringe Website
Fox Broadcasting Company
Honoree
Honoree Video Remixes/Mashups [29] Fringemas
Fox Broadcasting Company
Honoree
* denotes nominated works with awards pending presentation and announcement.

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The Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Short Form Broadcast Media is an annual award given by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. It honors sound editors whose work has warranted merit in the field of television; in this case, their work in the field of automated dialogue replacement, or ADR in short form broadcast media. The "short form" of the title refers to television episodes that have a runtime of less than one hour, though more than 35 minutes, as those episodes now have their own category. It was first awarded in 1998, for episodes premiering the previous year, under the title Best Sound Editing - Television Episodic - Dialogue & ADR. The term "short form" was added to the category in 2005, though long-form television had had its own category by then. The award has been given with its current title since 2018.

The Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Long Form Broadcast Media is an annual award given by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. It honors sound editors whose work has warranted merit in the field of television; in this case, their work in the field of automated dialogue replacement, or ADR in short form broadcast media. The "long form" of the title refers to television episodes that have a runtime of more than one hour. It was first awarded in 2002, for episodes premiering the previous year, under the title Best Sound Editing in Television - Dialogue & ADR, Long Form. The term "long form" was added to the category in 2002, as long form television had been award under the category titled Best Sound Editing - Television Movies and Specials - Dialogue & ADR, or some moniker of it, since 1997. The award has been given with its current title since 2018.

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