Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Comedy

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Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Comedy
Awarded forOutstanding Production of Episodic Television, Comedy
Country United States
Presented by Producers Guild of America
First awarded 2000
Currently held by Schitt's Creek (2020)

The Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Comedy, also known as the Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy, is an annual award given by the Producers Guild of America since 2000.

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Previous PGA television awards

Prior to 2000, the award for outstanding producer of episodic television was not split into comedy and drama. Out of the eleven honored television programs, two were episodic comedies: [1]

  1. 1991: Brooklyn Bridge (CBS)
  2. 1995: Frasier (NBC)

Winners and nominees

2000s

YearWinners and nomineesNetworkSeasonRef.
2000
(12th)
Sex and the City HBO Season 3 [2] [3]
Ally McBeal Fox Seasons 3B and 4A
Frasier NBC Seasons 7B and 8A
Friends NBCSeasons 6B and 7A
Will & Grace NBCSeasons 2B and 3A
2001
(13th)
Sex and the City HBOSeason 4A [4] [5]
Frasier NBCSeasons 8B and 9A
Friends NBCSeasons 7B and 8A
Malcolm in the Middle FoxSeason 2B and 3A
Will & Grace NBCSeasons 3B and 4A
2002
(14th)
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 3 [6]
Everybody Loves Raymond CBS Seasons 6B and 7A
Malcolm in the Middle FoxSeason 3B and 4A
Sex and the City HBOSeasons 4B and 5
Will & Grace NBCSeasons 4B and 5A
2003
(15th)
Sex and the City HBOSeason 6A [7] [8]
Everybody Loves Raymond CBSSeasons 7B and 8A
Malcolm in the Middle FoxSeason 4B and 5A
Scrubs NBCSeasons 2B and 3A
Will & Grace NBCSeasons 5B and 6A
2004
(16th)
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 4 [9]
Arrested Development Fox Season 1B
Scrubs NBCSeason 3B
Sex and the City HBOSeason 6B
Will & Grace NBCSeason 6B
2005
(17th)
Entourage HBOSeason 2 [10] [11]
Arrested Development Fox Season 2
Desperate Housewives ABC Season 1
Scrubs NBC Season 4
Two and a Half Men CBSSeason 2
2006
(18th)
The Office NBC Season 2 [12]
Arrested Development Fox Season 3
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 5
My Name Is Earl NBC Season 1
Weeds Showtime Season 1
2007
(19th)
30 Rock NBC Season 1 [13]
The Office NBC Season 3
Entourage HBOSeason 3
Extras HBOSeason 2
Ugly Betty ABC Season 1
2008
(20th)
30 Rock NBC Season 2 [14]
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 6
Entourage HBOSeason 4
The Office NBC Season 4
Weeds Showtime Season 3
2009
(21st)
30 Rock NBC Season 3 [15]
Californication ShowtimeSeason 2
Entourage HBOSeason 5
The Office NBC Season 5
Weeds Showtime Season 4

2010s

YearWinners and nomineesNetworkSeasonRef.
2010
(22nd)
Modern Family ABC Season 1 [16]
30 Rock NBC Season 4
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 7
Glee Fox Season 1
The Office NBCSeason 6
2011
(23rd)
Modern Family ABC Season 2 [17]
30 Rock NBC Season 5
The Big Bang Theory CBS Season 4
Glee Fox Season 2
Parks and Recreation NBC Season 3
2012
(24th)
Modern Family ABC Season 3 [18]
30 Rock NBC Season 6
The Big Bang Theory CBS Season 5
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 8
Louie FX Season 2
2013
(25th)
Modern Family ABC Season 4 [19]
30 Rock NBC Season 7
Arrested Development Netflix Season 4
The Big Bang Theory CBS Season 6
Veep HBOSeason 2
2014
(26th)
Orange Is the New Black Netflix Season 1 [20]
The Big Bang Theory CBS Season 7
Louie FX Season 4
Modern Family ABC Season 5
Veep HBOSeason 3
2015
(27th)
Transparent Amazon Season 1 [21]
Inside Amy Schumer Comedy Central Season 3
Modern Family ABC Season 6
Silicon Valley HBO Season 2
Veep HBO Season 4
2016
(28th)
Atlanta FXSeason 1 [22]
Black-ish ABCSeasons 2 and 3A
Modern Family ABCSeasons 7 and 8A
Silicon Valley HBO Season 3
Veep HBOSeason 5
2017
(29th)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel AmazonSeason 1 [23]
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 9
Master of None NetflixSeason 2
Silicon Valley HBO Season 4
Veep HBOSeason 6
2018
(30th)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel AmazonSeason 2 [24]
Atlanta FXSeason 2
Barry HBOSeason 1
GLOW NetflixSeason 2
The Good Place NBCSeasons 2B and 3A
2019
(31st)
Fleabag AmazonSeason 2 [25]
Barry HBOSeason 2
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel AmazonSeason 3
Schitt's Creek Pop TV Season 5
Veep HBOSeason 7

2020s

YearWinners and nomineesNetworkSeasonRef.
2020
(32nd)
Schitt's Creek Pop TVSeason 6 [26]
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBOSeason 10
The Flight Attendant HBO Max Season 1
Ted Lasso Apple TV+ Season 1
What We Do in the Shadows FXSeason 2

Total awards by network

Total nominations by network

Programs with multiple awards

4 awards
3 awards
2 awards

Programs with multiple nominations

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