Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series

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Primetime Emmy Award for Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Awarded for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by Jennifer Lilly,
Master of None (2017)
Website emmys.com

This is a list of winners and nominees of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series. This award and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series replaced Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Series in 2003.

As of 2015, no show has won this award more than once except for The Office, which has won twice (2007 and 2013).

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold and bold 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]

1970s[edit]

Outstanding Film Editing for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1970
(22nd)
[1]
Bracken's World "Sweet Smell of Failure" Bill Mosher NBC
The Ghost & Mrs. Muir "The Great Power Failure" Axel R. Hubert ABC
Mission: Impossible Arthur David Hilton CBS
1971
(23rd)
[2]
The Bold Ones: The Senator "A Continual Roar of Musketry" Michael Economou NBC
The Bold Ones: The Senator "To Taste of Death But Once" Douglas Stewart NBC
Hawaii Five-O Arthur David Hilton CBS
1972
(24th)
[3]
Columbo "Death Lends a Hand" Edward M. Abroms NBC
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers Richard Bracken, Gloryette Clark, J. Terry Williams NBC
Longstreet Joseph Dervin ABC
1973
(25th)
[4]
The Waltons Gene Fowler, Marjorie Fowler, Anthony Wollner CBS
M*A*S*H Fred W. Berger, Stanford Tischler CBS
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Douglas Hines
1974
(26th)
[5]
The Blue Knight Samuel E. Beetley, Gene Fowler, Marjorie Fowler NBC
M*A*S*H Fred W. Berger, Stanford Tischler CBS
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Douglas Hines, Bud S. Isaacs

Outstanding Film Editing for a Single Episode of a Comedy Series

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1975
(27th)
[6]
The Mary Tyler Moore Show "An Affair to Forget" Douglas Hines CBS
M*A*S*H "The General Flipped at Dawn" Fred W. Berger, Stanford Tischler CBS
1976
(28th)
[7]
M*A*S*H "Welcome to Korea" Fred W. Berger, Stanford Tischler CBS
The Mary Tyler Moore Show "Chuckles Bites the Dust" Douglas Hines CBS
1977
(29th)
[8]
The Mary Tyler Moore Show "Murray Can't Lose" Douglas Hines CBS
M*A*S*H "Dear Sigmund" Samuel E. Beetley, Stanford Tischler CBS
1978
(30th)
[9]
Happy Days "Richie Almost Dies" Ed Cotter ABC
The Bob Newhart Show "A Jackie Story" M. Pam Blumenthal CBS
The Love Boat "Masquerade/The Caper/Eyes of Love/Hollywood Royalty" Norman Wallerstein, Robert Moore ABC
M*A*S*H "Fade Out, Fade In" Larry L. Mills, Stanford Tischler CBS

Outstanding Film Editing for a Series

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1979
(31st)
[10]
Taxi "Paper Marriage" M. Pam Blumenthal ABC
Dallas "Reunion, Part 2" Fred W. Berger CBS
Lou Grant "Hooker" James Galloway
M*A*S*H "The Billfold Syndrome" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
1980
(32nd)
[11]
Taxi "Louie and the Nice Girl" M. Pam Blumenthal ABC
M*A*S*H "The Yalu Brick Road" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills CBS
Skag "Pilot" Sidney Katz NBC
"The Working Girl, Part 1" Larry Strong
1981
(33rd)
[12]
Taxi "Elaine's Strange Triangle" M. Pam Blumenthal, Jack Michon ABC
Dallas "Ewing-Gate" Fred W. Berger CBS
Dynasty "The Dinner Party" Dick Darling ABC
The Greatest American Hero "Pilot" Christopher Nelson
Hill Street Blues "Hill Street Station" Ray Daniels, A. David Marshall NBC
"Jungle Madness" Clay Bartels
"Rites of Spring" Tom Stevens
Lou Grant "Strike" James Galloway CBS
M*A*S*H "Death Takes a Holiday" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills
Palmerstown, U.S.A. "Crossroads" Bernard Balmuth
The White Shadow "A Day in the Life" Tony de Zarraga
1982
(34th)
[13]
Hill Street Blues "Of Mouse and Man" Andrew Chulack NBC
Dallas "The Split" Fred W. Berger CBS
Fame "Musical Bridge" Mark Melnick NBC
"Passing Grade" Michael A. Hoey
Hill Street Blues "The Second Oldest Profession" Ray Daniels
Quincy, M.E. "For Love of Joshua" Jeanene Ambler
1983
(35th)
[14]
Hill Street Blues "Phantom of the Hill" Ray Daniels NBC
Cheers "Endless Slumper" Andrew Chulack NBC
Dallas "Ewing's Inferno" Fred W. Berger CBS
Dynasty "La Mirage" Bob Blake ABC
M*A*S*H "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" Stanford Tischler, Larry L. Mills CBS
Matt Houston "The Showgirl Murders" Bob Bring ABC
Quincy, M.E. "Quincy's Wedding, Part 2" Jeanene Ambler NBC
1984
(36th)
[15]
Cheers "Old Flames" Andrew Chulack NBC
Cagney & Lacey "The Baby Broker" Millie Moore CBS
"Choices" Geoffrey Rowland
Hill Street Blues "Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow" Ray Daniels NBC
Simon & Simon "Double Play" Larry Heath CBS
1985
(37th)
[16]
Cagney & Lacey "Who Said It's Fair?, Part 2" Jim Gross CBS
Crazy Like a Fox "Pilot" J. Terry Williams CBS
Miami Vice "Evan" Robert A. Daniels NBC
"Smuggler's Blues" Michael B. Hoggan
Murder, She Wrote "The Murder of Sherlock Holmes" Donald Douglas CBS

2000s[edit]

Outstanding Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Single or Multi-Camera)

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2003
(55th)
[17]
Malcolm in the Middle "If Boys Were Girls" Mark Scheib and Steve Welch Fox
Curb Your Enthusiasm "The Corpse Sniffing Dog" Steven Rasch HBO
"Krazee-Eyez Killa" Jon Corn
Sex and the City "Anchors Away" Wendey Stanzler
"Luck Be an Old Lady" Michael Berenbaum
2004
(56th)
[18]
Arrested Development "Pilot" Lee Haxall Fox
Curb Your Enthusiasm "Opening Night" Steven Rasch HBO
"The Survivor" Jon Corn
Scrubs "My Screw Up" John Michel NBC
Sex and the City "An American Girl in Paris" Michael Berenbaum and Wendey Stanzler HBO
2005
(57th)
[19]
Desperate Housewives "Pilot" Michael Berenbaum ABC
Arrested Development "Good Grief" Richard Candib Fox
"Let 'Em Eat Cake" Steven Sprung
"Motherboy XXX" Robert Bramwell
Desperate Housewives "Pretty Little Picture" Jonathan Posell ABC
2006
(58th)
[20]
My Name Is Earl "Ruined Joy's Wedding" Lance Luckey NBC
Arrested Development "The Ocean Walker" Stuart Bass Fox
Curb Your Enthusiasm "The Ski Lift" Steven Rasch HBO
Desperate Housewives "That's Good, That's Bad" Nancy Morrison ABC
The Office "Booze Cruise" Dean Holland NBC
"Christmas Party" David Rogers
Weeds "Good Shit Lollipop" David Helfand Showtime
2007
(59th)
[21]
The Office "The Job" Dean Holland and David Rogers NBC
My Name Is Earl "Guess Who's Coming Out of Joy" Lance Luckey NBC
"The Trial" William Marrinson
Weeds "Crush Girl Love Panic" Bill Turro Showtime
"Ms. Botwin's Neighborhood" David Helfand
2008
(60th)
[22]
Pushing Daisies "Pie-lette" Stuart Bass ABC
Curb Your Enthusiasm "The Bat Mitzvah" Steven Rasch HBO
The Office "Goodbye, Toby" Dean Holland and David Rogers NBC
30 Rock "Cooter" Ken Eluto
Weeds "A Pool and His Money" Bill Turro Showtime
2009
(61st)
[23]
30 Rock "Apollo, Apollo" Ken Eluto NBC
How I Met Your Mother "The Naked Man" Susan Federman CBS
The Office "Dream Team" Claire Scanlon NBC
"Stress Relief" Dean Holland and David Rogers
"Two Weeks" Stuart Bass

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2010
(62nd)
[24]
Modern Family "Pilot" Ryan Case ABC
Curb Your Enthusiasm "The Bare Midriff" Steven Rasch HBO
"The Table Read" Jonathan Corn and Roger Nygard
Modern Family "Family Portrait" Jonathan Schwartz ABC
30 Rock "Dealbreakers Talk Show #0001" Ken Eluto NBC
2011
(63rd)
[25]
How I Met Your Mother "Subway Wars" Susan Federman CBS
The Big Bang Theory "The Agreement Dissection" Peter Chakos CBS
Modern Family "Halloween" Ryan Case ABC
"Slow Down Your Neighbors" Jonathan Schwartz
30 Rock "100" Meg Reticker NBC

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series

Year Program Episode Nominee(s) Network
2012
(64th)
[26]
Curb Your Enthusiasm "Palestinian Chicken" Steven Rasch HBO
Modern Family "Election Day" Steven Rasch ABC
"Leap Day" Ryan Case
30 Rock "Leap Day" Meg Reticker NBC
"The Tuxedo Begins" Ken Eluto
2013
(65th)
[27]
The Office "Finale" David Rogers and Claire Scanlon NBC
Arrested Development "Flight of the Phoenix" Kabir Akhtar and A.J. Dickerson Netflix
Louie "Daddy's Girlfriend, Part 2" Susan E. Morse FX
Modern Family "Party Crasher" Ryan Case ABC
30 Rock "Hogcock!" / "Last Lunch" Ken Eluto and Meg Reticker NBC
2014
(66th)
[28]
Orange Is the New Black "Tit Punch" William Turro Netflix
Modern Family "Las Vegas" Ryan Case ABC
Orange Is the New Black "Can't Fix Crazy" Michael S. Stern Netflix
"Tall Men With Feelings" Shannon Mitchell
Portlandia "Getting Away" Bill Benz and Daniel Gray Longino IFC
2015
(67th)
[29]
Silicon Valley "Two Days of the Condor" Brian Merken HBO
Inside Amy Schumer "Last Fuckable Day" Jesse Gordon, Nick Paley, Billy Song and Laura Weinberg Comedy Central
The Last Man on Earth "Alive in Tucson" Stacey Schroeder Fox
Silicon Valley "Sand Hill Shuffle" Tim Roche HBO
Transparent "Pilot" Catherine Haight Amazon
2016
(68th)
[30]
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend "Josh Just Happens to Live Here!" Kabir Akhtar The CW
Silicon Valley "Daily Active Users" Tim Roche HBO
"The Uptick" Brian Merken
Veep "Inauguration" Steven Rasch
"Mother" Shawn Paper
2017
(69th)
[31]
Master of None "The Thief" Jennifer Lilly Netflix
Silicon Valley "Server Error" Brian Merken HBO
"Success Failure" Tim Roche
Veep "Chicklet" Roger Nygard and Gennady Fridman
"Groundbreaking" Eric Kissack
2018
(70th)
[32]
Atlanta "Alligator Man" Isaac Hagy FX
"Teddy Perkins" Kyle Reiter
Barry "Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth" Kyle Reiter Jeff Buchanan HBO
"Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast and Keep Going" Jeff Buchanan
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel "Pilot" Brian A. Kates Amazon

Programs with multiple awards[edit]

Programs with multiple nominations[edit]

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