Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography
Awarded for Outstanding Choreography
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1955
Currently held by Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance (2017)
Website emmys.com

This is a list of winners of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography. With the exception of 2013, the award is given at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony.[1]

Winners and nominations[edit]

1950s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1955
[2]
The Jackie Gleason Show June Taylor CBS
Max Liebman Spectaculars Rod Alexander NBC
Texaco Star Theatre "Here Comes Donald" Louis DaPron
Your Hit Parade Tony Charmoli, Bob Herget
1956
[3]
Your Hit Parade "Show Biz" Tony Charmoli NBC
The Jackie Gleason Show June Taylor CBS
Max Liebman Presents
Shower of Stars with Ethel Merman
James Starbuck NBC
CBS
Max Liebman Spectaculars Rod Alexander NBC
Producers' Showcase "Peter Pan" Jerome Robbins
1959
[4]
An Evening with Fred Astaire Hermes Pan NBC
Omnibus "Dancing: A Man's Game" Gene Kelly NBC

1970s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1970
[5]
This Is Tom Jones "Mary Hopkins, Jose Feliciano and Shelley Berman" Norman Maen ABC
Ann-Margret — From Hollywood with Love David Winters CBS
The Red Skelton Hour Tom Hansen
1971
[6]
The Carol Burnett Show "Nanette Fabray and Ken Berry" Ernie Flatt CBS
George M! Alan Johnson NBC
Hamlet Claude Chagrin
1972
[7]
Jack Lemmon in 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous, 'S Gershwin Alan Johnson NBC
The Carol Burnett Show "Mel Tormé and Nanette Fabray" Ernie Flatt CBS
The Fabulous Fordies Tom Hansen NBC
1973
[8]
Liza with a Z Bob Fosse NBC
The Carol Burnett Show "Family Show" Ernie Flatt CBS
The Julie Andrews Hour "Robert Goulet and Joel Grey" Tony Charmoli ABC
1974
[9]
Mitzi... A Tribute to the American Housewife Tony Charmoli CBS
The Carol Burnett Show "The Australia Show" Ernie Flatt CBS
Sammy Davis Starring in NBC Follies Carl Jablonski NBC
1975
[10]
Queen of the Stardust Ballroom Marge Champion CBS
Cher "Freddie Prinze and the Pointer Sisters" Dee Dee Wood CBS
Shirley MacLaine: If They Could See Me Now Alan Johnson
1976
[11]
Gypsy in My Soul Tony Charmoli CBS
Ann-Margret Smith Rob Iscove NBC
The Carol Burnett Show "Roddy McDowall and Bernadette Peters" Ernie Flatt CBS
Lola! Lester Wilson ABC
Mary's Incredible Dream Tony Charmoli CBS
1977
[12]
America Salutes Richard Rodgers: The Sound of His Music Ron Field CBS
The Carol Burnett Show "The Pointer Sisters" Ernie Flatt CBS
Live from Lincoln Center "Swan Lake" David Blair PBS
Minstrel Man Donald McKayle CBS
The Shirley MacLaine Special: Where Do We Go from Here? Alan Johnson
1978
[13]
The Sentry Collection Presents Ben Vereen: His Roots Ron Field ABC
The Carol Burnett Show "The Final Show" Ernie Flatt CBS
Live from Lincoln Center "New York City Ballet: Coppelia" George Balanchine, Alexandra Danilova PBS
Mitzi... Zings Into Spring Tony Charmoli CBS
Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women Miriam Nelson NBC
1979
[14]
The 3rd Barry Manilow Special Kevin Carlisle ABC
Great Performances "The Martha Graham Dance Company: Clytemnestra" Martha Graham PBS
The Muppets Go Hollywood Anita Mann CBS

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1980
[15]
Shirley MacLaine... Every Little Moment Alan Johnson CBS
Baryshnikov on Broadway Ron Field ABC
Uptown — A Musical Comedy History of Harlem's Apollo Lester Wilson NBC
1981
[16]
Lynda Carter's Celebration Walter Painter CBS
Great Performances "The Tempest Live with the San Francisco Ballet" Michael Smuin PBS
Lily: Sold Out Tony Charmoli CBS
Sixty Years of Seduction Lester Wilson ABC
The Tim Conway Show "219" Don Crichton CBS
1982
[17]
Fame "Come One, Come All" Debbie Allen NBC
The 54th Annual Academy Awards Walter Painter ABC
Ain't Misbehavin' Arthur Faria NBC
Baryshnikov in Hollywood Peter Anastos, Michael Kidd CBS
Shirley MacLaine... Illusions Alan Johnson
1983
[18]
Fame "Class Act" Debbie Allen NBC
The 55th Annual Academy Awards Walter Painter ABC
The Catherine Wheel Twyla Tharp PBS
Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever Lester Wilson NBC
1984
[19]
Great Performances "Dance in America: A Song for Dead Warriors — San Francisco Ballet" Michael Smuin PBS
Fame "Fame Takes a Look at Music '83" Debbie Allen Syndicated
Great Performances "Dance in America: Choreographer's Notebook — Stravinsky Piano Ballets by Peter Martins" Peter Martins PBS
The 1984 Tony Awards Albert Stephenson CBS
1985
[20]
Great Performances "Dance in America: Baryshnikov by Tharp with the American Ballet Theatre" Twyla Tharp PBS
The 57th Annual Academy Awards Scott Salmon ABC
Fame "The Rivalry" Debbie Allen Syndicated
Night of 100 Stars II Albert Stephenson ABC
A Solid Gold Christmas Anita Mann Syndicated
1986
[21]
Great Performances "Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight III" Walter Painter PBS
Copacabana Grover Dale CBS
Solid Gold "Salute to Frank Sinatra" Anita Mann Syndicated
1987
[22]
Liberty Weekend 1986 — Closing Ceremonies Michael Peters, Dee Dee Wood ABC
Happy Birthday, Hollywood Walter Painter ABC
Moonlighting "Big Man on Mulberry Street" Bill Landrum, Jacqui Landrum
1988
[23]
Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration Alan Johnson CBS
Great Performances "Celebrating Gershwin" Patricia Birch PBS
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour "Four Swans" Toni Basil CBS
The Tracey Ullman Show "The Pits" Paula Abdul Fox
1989
[24]
The Disney/MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening Walter Painter NBC
The Tracey Ullman Show "The Wave Girls," "D.U.I.," "The Cure," "Maggie in Peril, Part 1" Paula Abdul Fox
The Debbie Allen Special Debbie Allen ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
[25]
The 17th Annual American Music Awards Paula Abdul, Dean Barlow, Michael Darrin ABC
In Living Color "Episode 105" Rosie Perez Fox
Polly Debbie Allen NBC
Sing! Sesame Street Remembers Joe Raposo and His Music "Peanut Butter Ballet" Jacques d'Amboise PBS
1991
[26]
Motown 30: What's Goin' On! "African American Odyssey" Debbie Allen CBS
After the Shock Lester Wilson ABC
The Josephine Baker Story George Faison HBO
1992
[27]
Great Performances "Dance in America: Paul Taylor's Speaking in Tongues" Paul Taylor PBS
The 64th Annual Academy Awards Debbie Allen ABC
Comic Relief V Lester Wilson HBO
In Living Color "Episode 307" Rosie Perez Fox
Stompin' at the Savoy Norma Miller CBS
1993
[28]
The Jacksons: An American Dream Michael Peters ABC
The 65th Annual Academy Awards Debbie Allen ABC
Bob Hope: The First 90 Years Don Crichton NBC
In Living Color "Episode 419" Rosie Perez Fox
Liza Minnelli: Live from Radio City Music Hall Susan Stroman NPT
1994
[29]
Comedy Hall of Fame Linda Talcott NBC
1995
[30]
Great Performances "Dance in America: Two by Dove" Ulysses Dove PBS
House of Buggin' "Episode 102" Ken Roberson Fox
In Search of Dr. Seuss Vincent Paterson, Smith Wordes TNT
The 67th Annual Academy Awards Debbie Allen ABC
The 22nd American Music Awards Jamie King
1996
[31]
1995 Miss America Pageant Anita Mann, Charonne Mose NBC
Comic Relief VII Vincent Paterson HBO
The Ice Princess Michael Seibert
1995 MTV Video Music Awards Michael Jackson performance Travis Payne, LaVelle Smith Jr. MTV
Pride and Prejudice "Part 1" Jane Gibson A&E
1997
[32]
Scott Hamilton: Upside Down Sarah Kawahara PBS
3rd Rock from the Sun "A Nightmare on Dick Street" Marguerite Derricks NBC
The Drew Carey Show "New York and Queens" Keith Young ABC
Miss Evers' Boys Dianne McIntyre HBO
Mrs. Santa Claus Rob Marshall ABC
The Wrecker's Ball: Three Dances by Paul Taylor Paul Taylor PBS
1998
[33]
Fame L.A. "Pilot" Marguerite Derricks, Peggy Holmes Syndicated
1997 Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon Anita Mann Syndicated
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella Rob Marshall ABC
70th Annual Academy Awards Daniel Ezralow
1999
[34]
Great Performances "Dance in America: A Hymn for Alvin Ailey" Judith Jamison PBS
Goodwill Games Opening Celebration Marguerite Derricks TBS
Janet: The Velvet Rope Michael Andrews, Teresa Espinosa, Tina Landon, Robert Vinson HBO
71st Annual Academy Awards Debbie Allen ABC
Tracey Takes On... "Drugs" Joseph Malone HBO
UniverSoul Circus "Straps" Jean Claude Belmat

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
[35]
Annie Rob Marshall ABC
Cher: Live in Concert from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Dorian Sanchez HBO
Ice Wars Brian Boitano, Marguerite Derricks CBS
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Kim Blank HBO
The Drew Carey Show "Drew and Kate Boink" Jerry Mitchell ABC
2001
[36]
Blast! Jim Moore, George Pinney, Jon Vanderkolff PBS
Bojangles Henry Tang Showtime
Grounded for Life "Mrs. Finnerty, You Have a Lovely Daughter" Kenny Ortega Fox
Miss America 2000 Barry Lather ABC
Peter Pan Starring Cathy Rigby Patti Colombo A&E
Target Stars on Ice Sandra Bezic, Christopher Dean, Lea Ann Miller, Michael Seibert, Jayne Torvill
2002
[37]
Opening Ceremony Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Doug Jack, Sarah Kawahara, Kenny Ortega NBC
The 74th Annual Academy Awards Debra Brown ABC
MADtv "Episode 701" Monie Adamson Fox
Madonna Live: The Drowned World Tour Debra Brown, Jamie King, Alex Magno HBO
Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration Glenn Douglas Packard, Brian Thomas CBS
Target Stars on Ice Sandra Bezic, Christopher Dean, Michael Seibert, Jayne Torvill A&E
2003
[38]
Smucker's Stars on Ice Sandra Bezic, A.C. Ciulla, Christopher Dean, Jamie Isley, Michael Seibert A&E
Boston Public "Chapter 61" Joseph Malone Fox
Celine in Las Vegas, Opening Night Live Mia Michaels CBS
Meredith Willson's The Music Man Kathleen Marshall ABC
2004
[39]
2003 Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon Jason Samuels Smith Syndicated
MADtv "Episode 925" Monie Adamson Fox
Malcolm in the Middle "Dewey's Special Class" Fred Tallaksen
Smucker's Stars on Ice 2004 Christopher Dean, Jamie Isley A&E
2005
[40]
Smucker's Stars on Ice 2005 Christopher Dean A&E
A Christmas Carol Dan Siretta NBC
MADtv "Episode 1023" Monie Adamson Fox
Reefer Madness Mary Ann Kellogg Showtime
36th NAACP Image Awards Jeffrey Page, Anthony Talauega, Richmond Talauega Fox
2006
[41]
High School Musical Charles Klapow, Kenny Ortega, Bonnie Story Disney Channel
Dancing with the Stars "Episode 208 (Freestyle)" Cheryl Burke ABC
"Episode 204 (Paso Doble)" Cheryl Burke, Nick Kosovich
"Episode 208 (Jive)" Tony Dovolani
Malcolm in the Middle "Bomb Shelter" Fred Tallaksen Fox
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody "Commercial Breaks" Travis Payne Disney Channel
2007
[42]
So You Think You Can Dance "Calling You" Mia Michaels Fox
"Ramalama (Bang Bang)" Wade Robson
Tony Bennett: An American Classic Rob Marshall, John DeLuca NBC
Dancing with the Stars "Episode 303A" Louis Van Amstel ABC
2008
[43]
So You Think You Can Dance "Hummingbird and Flower," "The Chairman's Waltz" Wade Robson Fox
Dancing with the Stars "Para Los Rumberos" Julianne Hough ABC
High School Musical 2 "What Time Is It?," "Fabulous," "Work This Out," "I Don't Dance," "You Are the Music in Me," "For One" Kenny Ortega, Charles Klapow, Bonnie Story Disney Channel
So You Think You Can Dance "Table," "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" Mandy Moore Fox
"Transformers," "Fuego" Shane Sparks
2009
[44]
The 81st Annual Academy Awards "Musicals Are Back" Rob Ashford ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Adam and Eve," "Silence" Tyce Diorio Fox
Dancing with the Stars "Great Balls of Fire" Derek Hough, Julianne Hough ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "A Los Amigos" Dmitry Chaplin Fox
"Bleeding Love" Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo
"Mercy" Mia Michaels

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2010
[45]
So You Think You Can Dance "Gravity," "Addiction/Koop Island Blues/One" Mia Michaels Fox
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards "Opening Number," "No One Wants to Do It Alone/Score Suite" Adam Shankman ABC
Dancing with the Stars "Living on Video/Quickstep," "Anything Goes" Derek Hough
"Malaquena" Chelsie Hightower, Derek Hough
So You Think You Can Dance "Fear" Stacey Tookey Fox
2011
[46]
So You Think You Can Dance "Scars," "Fallin'," "Outta Your Mind" Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo Fox
"Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic," "When We Dance," "This Bitter Earth – On the Nature of Daylight" Mia Michaels
Dancing with the Stars "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," "Hedwig's Theme," "My Love" Mark Ballas ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Oh Yeah," "Boogie Shoes," "I Surrender" Mandy Moore Fox
"Mad World," "Sundrenched World," "Heaven Is a Place on Earth" Stacey Tookey
"Collide," "How It Ends," "Fix You" Travis Wall
2012
[47]
Smash "National Pastime," "Let's Be Bad," "Never Met a Wolf" Joshua Bergasse NBC
Dancing with the Stars "Without You" Travis Wall, Teddy Forance, Nick Lazzarini ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Whatever Lola Wants," "Please Mr. Jailor," "Where Do I Begin" Spencer Liff Fox
"Misty Blue," "Velocity" Christopher Scott
"In This Shirt," "Turning Tables," "Heart Asks for Pleasure First" Stacey Tookey
2013
[48]
Dancing with the Stars "Hey Pachuco," "Para Los Rumberos," "Walking on Air" Derek Hough ABC
Dancing with the Stars "Heart Cry," "Stars" Derek Hough, Allison Holker ABC
Live from Lincoln Center "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel" Warren Carlyle PBS
So You Think You Can Dance "Call of the Wild (Circle of Life)," "Love Cats," "Beautiful People" Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo Fox
"The Power of Love," "Wild Horses" Mandy Moore
"Possibly Maybe," "Turning Page," "Sail" Sonya Tayeh
"Where the Light Gets In," "Without You," "Unchained Melody" Travis Wall
2014
[49]
So You Think You Can Dance "Puttin' on the Ritz," "Gold Rush," "Run the World" Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo Fox
Dancing with the Stars "Human," "Ameksa," "Too Darn Hot" Derek Hough ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "The Edge of Glory," "Feelin' Good," "I Can't Make You Love Me" Mandy Moore Fox
"Trigger," "Sand," "The Gravel Road" Christopher Scott
"Hanging by a Thread," "Wicked Game," "Medicine" Travis Wall
2015
[50]
Dancing with the Stars "Elastic Heart" Derek Hough, Julianne Hough, Tessandra Chavez ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Wave," "When I Go," "Wind Beneath My Wings" Travis Wall Fox
Dancing with the Stars "369," "It's Not Unusual," "Sing with a Swing-Apache" Witney Carson ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Hernando's Hideaway," "World on a String," "Maybe This Time" Spencer Liff Fox
"Vow," "So Broken," "Europe, After the Rain" Sonya Tayeh
2016
[51]
America's Best Dance Crew "Runaway Baby," "Take U There," "Summer Thing" Quest Crew MTV
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend "I'm So Good at Yoga," "A Boy Band Made Up of Four Joshes," "Settle for Me" Kathryn Burns The CW
Dancing with the Stars "Footprints in the Sand," "Grace Kelly," "Cry Little Sister" Derek Hough ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "Beautiful Friends," "November," "Gimme All Your Love" Travis Wall Fox
"Dibidy Dop" Anthony Morigerato
2017
[52]
Dancing with the Stars "On Top of the World," "Carol of the Bells" Mandy Moore ABC
So You Think You Can Dance "The Mirror," "Send in the Clowns," "She Used to Be Mine" Travis Wall Fox
Dancing with the Stars "Kairos" Derek Hough ABC
The Real O'Neals "Born This Way," "West Side Story," "Boyfriend" Fred Tallaksen
So You Think You Can Dance "Unsteady," "This Is Not the End" Mandy Moore Fox

Programs with multiple wins[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

Choreographers with multiple awards[edit]

Choreographers with multiple nominations[edit]

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