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Primetime Emmy Award for Production Design for Variety, Reality or Competition Programming
Awarded forOutstanding Production Design for Variety, Reality or Competition Programming
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held bySaturday Night Live (2020)
Websiteemmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Reality or Competition Series is awarded to one television series each year. Prior to 2016, specials and series competed together. Outstanding Production Design for a Variety Special now separately recognizes specials.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold 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

 indicates the winner

1970s

Outstanding Art Direction for a Single Episode of a Comedy-Variety or Music Series or a Comedy-Variety or Music Special

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1970
(22nd)
[1]
Mitzi's 2nd Special E. Jay Krause NBC
The Carol Burnett Show Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour Robert Checchi, Rene Lagler
1971
(23rd)
[2]
Robert Young and the Family James Trittipo, George Gaines CBS
The Flip Wilson Show Romain Johnston NBC
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour Robert Checchi, Rene Lagler CBS
Love Is Fred Luff Syndicated
1972
(24th)
[3]
Diana! E. Jay Krause ABC
The Carol Burnett Show Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
The Flip Wilson Show Romain Johnston NBC
The Glen Campbell Show Robert Checchi, Rene Lagler CBS
1973
(25th)
[4]
The Julie Andrews Hour Brian C. Bartholomew, Keaton S. Walker ABC
The Carol Burnett Show Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
The Flip Wilson Show Romain Johnston NBC
1974
(26th)
[5]
Barbra Streisand...and Other Musical Instruments Brian C. Bartholomew CBS
The Andy Williams Christmas Show Lynn Griffin, Rene Lagler NBC
The Carol Burnett Show Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
1975
(27th)
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design — Single Episode of a Comedy-Variety or Music Series or Comedy-Variety or Music Special[6]
Cher "Bette Midler, Flip Wilson and Elton John" Robert Checchi, Robert Kelly CBS
An Evening with John Denver Dwight Jackson, Ken Johnson ABC
Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement[7][note 1]
Bicentennial Minutes Jack Stewart, John Hueners CBS
1976
(28th)
Cher "Anthony Newley and Tina Turner" Robert Checchi, Raymond Klausen CBS
The Carol Burnett Show "The Pointer Sisters" Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
John Denver: Rocky Mountain Christmas Ken Johnson ABC
Mary's Incredible Dream Eugene McAvoy CBS

Outstanding Art Direction for a Comedy-Variety or Music Series

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1977
(29th)
[8]
The Mac Davis Show "Susan Saint James, The Pointer Sisters, Robert Shields and Lorene Yarnell" Romain Johnston NBC
The Carol Burnett Show "Glen Campbell" Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
Donny & Marie "Chad Everett and Florence Henderson" Bill Bohnert, John Told ABC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Sissy Spacek" Eugene Lee, Franne Lee, Leo Yoshimura NBC
1978
(30th)
[9]
The Richard Pryor Show "102" Roy Christopher NBC
Captain and Tenille "120" Romain Johnston ABC
The Carol Burnett Show "The Final Show" Paul Barnes, Bill Harp, Bob Sansom CBS
Donny & Marie "Red Foxx, Kris Kristofferson and Paul Lynde" Arlene Alen, Bill Bohnert ABC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Steve Martin" Eugene Lee, Franne Lee, Lee Mayman, Leo Yoshimura NBC

1980s

Outstanding Art Direction for a Variety or Music Program

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1980
(32nd)
[10]
Baryshnikov on Broadway Dwight Jackson, Charles Lisanby ABC
The Big Show "Sarah Purcell and Flip Wilson" Brian C. Bartholomew, Tom Bugenhagen, Bob Keene NBC
The Muppet Show "Beverly Sills" Malcolm Stone Syndicated
Shirley MacLaine... "Every Little Movement" Debe Hendrick, Romain Johnston CBS
1981
(33rd)
[11]
The 53rd Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher ABC
Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters "Charley Pride" Romain Johnston, Jim Wagner ABC
Diana Dwight Jackson, Charles Lisanby CBS
Lynda Carter's Celebration Walter L. Goodwin, Ray Klausen
The Muppet Show "Brooke Shields" Malcolm Stone Syndicated
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson "Charles Nelson Reilly" John Shrum NBC
1982
(34th)
[12]
The 54th Annual Academy Awards Ray Klausen ABC
Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters "Tom Jones and R.C. Bannon" Romain Johnston, Jim Wagner ABC
Baryshnikov in Hollywood Roy Christopher CBS
Olivia Newton-John: Let's Get Physical Kim Colefax ABC
Working (American Playhouse) Dwight Jackson, Charles Lisanby PBS
1983
(35th)
[13]
The 55th Annual Academy Awards Michael Corenblith, Ray Klausen ABC
George Burns and Other Sex Symbols Rene Lagler NBC
Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever Bob Keene
Sheena Easton... Act One Romain Johnston
Solid Gold Christmas Special '82 Rene Lagler, Larry Wiemer Syndicated
1984
(36th)
[14]
The 56th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher ABC
The 6th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts Ray Klausen CBS
Live... and in Person "101" Debe Hale, Rene Lagler NBC
Lynda Carter: Body and Soul Debe Hale, Romain Johnston CBS
On Stage America "Premiere" Debe Hale, Rene Lagler Syndicated
1985
(37th)
[15]
The 57th Annual Academy Awards Rene Lagler, Jeremy Railton ABC
The American Music Awards Ray Klausen ABC
Motown Returns to the Apollo Bob Keene CBS
The 1st Annual MTV Video Music Awards Charles Lisanby Syndicated
The 11th Annual People's Choice Awards William H. Harris, Anthony Sabatino CBS
1986
(38th)
[16]
The 58th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher ABC
Alice in Wonderland "Part 2" Ross Bellah, Audrey Blasdel-Goddard, Hub Braden, Phillip M. Jefferies, Robert De Vestel CBS
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts Rebecca Holler Barkley, Ray Klausen
The Magic of David Copperfield... In China John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, Jack Hart
The 12th Annual People's Choice Awards William H. Harris, Anthony Sabatino
1987
(39th)
[17]
Liberty Weekend — Closing Ceremonies Charles Lisanby ABC
The 59th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Gregory S. Richman ABC
Diana Ross: Red Hot Rhythm and Blues Romain Johnston
Happy Birthday, Hollywood Randy L. Blom, Paul Galbraith, Ray Klausen
The Magic of David Copperfield IX: The Escape from Alcatraz John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, Jack Hart CBS
1988
(40th)
[18]
Barry Manilow: Big Fun on Swing Street Charles Lisanby CBS
Jay Leno's Family Comedy Hour Romain Johnston NBC
The Magic of David Copperfield X: The Bermuda Triangle John Shaffner, Joe Stewart CBS
We the People 200: The Constitutional Gala Rene Lagler
Women of the Night II Jane Fletcher HBO
1989
(41st)
[19]
The Tracey Ullman Show "All About Tammy Lee Maggie in Peril, Part 2" Portia Iversen, Bernie Yeszin Fox
The Glenn Miller Band Reunion Roy Christopher, Greg Richman PBS
The Magic of David Copperfield XI: The Explosive Encounter John Shaffner, Joe Stewart CBS
The Pat Sajak Show "Jeffrey Osborne" Fred Cooper, Fred M. Duer, William H. Harris, Anthony Sabatino
Pee-wee's Playhouse Christmas Special Jimmy Cuomo, Ric Heitzman, Debbie Madalena, Gary Panter, Paul Reubens, Wayne White

1990s

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1990
(42nd)
[20]
The 62nd Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Greg Richman ABC
The 17th Annual American Music Awards Randy Blom, Elina Katsioula, Ray Klausen ABC
Julie & Carol: Together Again Rene Lagler
Sammy Davis Jr. 60th Anniversary Celebration Robert A. Coltrin, Bob Keene
The Tracey Ullman Show "Creative Differences," "Tea," "Jinx Haber Revisited" Anne Ahrens, Richard James Lawrence, Stephen Lineweaver Fox
1991
(43rd)
[21]
The Magic of David Copperfield XIII: Mystery on the Orient Express John Shaffner, Joe Stewart CBS
The 63rd Annual Academy Awards Raymond Klausen, Keaton S. Walker ABC
Carol & Company "Spudnik" Portia Iversen, David Sackeroff NBC
1992
(44th)
[22]
The Magic of David Copperfield XIV: Flying — Live the Dream John Shaffner, Joe Stewart CBS
The 64th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Chris Idoine, Greg Richman ABC
The Carol Burnett Show "405" Roy Christopher, Debe Hale, Ron Olsen CBS
The 6th Annual Soul Train Music Awards Alan Okazaki, Tony Sabatino, Scott M. Storey Syndicated
The 45th Annual Tony Awards John Falabella, Anna Louizos, Rosaria Sinisi CBS
1993
(45th)
[23]
The Magic of David Copperfield XV: Fires of Passion David Eckert, John Shaffner, Joe Stewart CBS
The 65th Annual Academy Awards Tony Buderwitz, Jerry Dunn, Bob Keene ABC
Liza Minnelli Live from Radio City Music Hall Michael Hotopp NPT
The 1992 Tony Awards John Falabella, Anna Louizos, Rosaria Sinisi CBS
Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca Aldo Terlizzi PBS
1994
(46th)
[24]
Porgy and Bess (American Playhouse / Great Performances) John Gunter, Eric Walmsley PBS
The 66th Annual Academy Awards Randy L. Blom, Roy Christopher, Elina Katsioula ABC
Late Show with David Letterman "101" Kathleen Ankers CBS
The Tony Awards Roy Christopher, Chris Idoine, Stephan G. Olson
Wheel of Fortune "Wheel of Fortune in Miami" Richard Eisbrouch, Renee Hoss-Johnson, Dick Stiles Syndicated
1995
(47th)
[25]
Late Show with David Letterman "379" Kathleen Ankers CBS
The 67th Annual Academy Awards Randy L. Blom, Roy Christopher, Elina Katsioula ABC
Barbra Streisand: The Concert Marc Brickman, David George HBO
Disney's Greatest Hits on Ice Artie Contreras, Charles Lisanby, Keaton S. Walker CBS
The Magic of David Copperfield XVI: Unexplained Forces David Eckert, John Shaffner, Joe Stewart
1996
(48th)
[26]
Muppets Tonight "Host: Tony Bennett" Jim Dultz, Val Strazovec, Jenny Wilkinson ABC
The 68th Annual Academy Awards Rebecca Holler Barkley, Ray Klausen, Keaton S. Walker ABC
The Best of Tracey Takes On... Chez Cherry, Toby Corbett, Keith Neely, Sandy Struth HBO
Magicians' Favorite Magicians Rob Allen, Romain Johnston CBS
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "914" R. Brandt Daniels, Dennis Craig Roof NBC
1997
(49th)
[27]
Centennial Olympic Games: Opening Ceremonies Steve Bass, Bob Keene NBC
The 69th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Michael G. Gallenberg, Elina Katsioula ABC
Bette Midler: Diva Las Vegas Bob DeMora HBO
Muppets Tonight "Host: Jason Alexander" Jim Dultz, Val Strazovec, Jenny Wilkinson ABC
Tracey Takes On... "Vegas" Chez Cherry, Toby Corbett, Kristen Messina HBO
1998
(50th)
[28]
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella Julie Kaye Fanton, Edward L. Rubin, Randy Ser ABC
The 70th Annual Academy Awards Dorothy Christopher, Roy Christopher, Stephan G. Olson, Keaton S. Walker ABC
The 40th Annual Grammy Awards Bob Keene, Brian Stonestreet CBS
Stomp Out Loud Maggie Goldman, Steve Kimmel, Ben Oshman HBO
Tracey Takes On... "Smoking" Chez Cherry, Chip Dox, Evette Knight
1999
(51st)
[29]
The 71st Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Stephan G. Olson ABC
The 41st Annual Grammy Awards Bob Keene, Brian Stonestreet CBS
The Three Tenors: Paris 1998 René Lagler PBS
Tracey Takes On... "Obsession" Toby Corbett, Suzuki Ingerslev, Evette Knight HBO
"Scandal" Chez Cherry, Suzuki Ingerslev, Evette Knight

2000s

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2000
(52nd)
[30]
The 42nd Annual Grammy Awards Bob Keene, Brian Stonestreet CBS
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards Bob Keene, Griff Lambert, Brian Stonestreet, Keaton S. Walker ABC
Cher: Live in Concert — From the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Mark Fisher, Kent McFann, Bruce Ryan HBO
MADtv "511" John Sabato, Cecele DeStefano, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox
Saturday Night Live: The 25th Anniversary Special N. Joseph DeTullio, Eugene Lee, Keith Ian Raywood, Akira Yoshimura NBC
2001
(53rd)
[31]
Peter Pan Starring Cathy Rigby John Iacovelli, Aaron King A&E
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards Greg Richman, Keaton S. Walker, Tamlyn Wright ABC
The 43rd Annual Grammy Awards Bob Keene, Brian Stonestreet CBS
MADtv "610" John Sabato, Cecele DeStefano, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox
The Magic of David Copperfield: The Tornado of Fire David Eckert, John Shaffner, Joe Stewart CBS
2002
(54th)
[32]
Opening Ceremony Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Jeremy Railton, Richard Schreiber ABC
A&E in Concert: Sting in Tuscany... All This Time Anne Brahic, Keith Ian Raywood A&E
The 74th Annual Academy Awards Greg Richman, J. Michael Riva, Keaton S. Walker, Tamlyn Wright ABC
The Concert for New York City Anne Brahic, Keith Ian Raywood VH1
The 44th Annual Grammy Awards Bob Keene, Griff Lambert, Brian Stonestreet, Scott Welborn CBS
MADtv "MADtv's 3rd Annual Salute to the Movies" John Sabato, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox
2003
(55th)
[33]
The 75th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Greg Richman, Keaton S. Walker, Tamlyn Wright ABC
Cedric the Entertainer Presents "Pilot" Dwight Jackson, Bruce Ryan, James Yarnell Fox
The 45th Annual Grammy Awards Alex Fuller, Bob Keene, Griff Lambert, Brian Stonestreet CBS
MADtv "806" John Sabato, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox
Survivor "The Tides Are Turning" Elizabeth Fowler, Jesse Jensen, Daniel Munday, Dawn Schaefer, Kelly Van Patter CBS

Outstanding Art Direction for a Variety, Music Program or Special

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2004
(56th)
[34]
[note 2]
The 76th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Stephan G. Olson ABC
The 46th Annual Grammy Awards Steve Bass, Brian Stonestreet, Tamlyn Wright CBS
MADtv "MADtv's 200th Episode" John Sabato, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox
Saturday Night Live "Host: Elijah Wood" N. Joseph DeTullio, Keith Ian Raywood, Akira Yoshimura NBC
A Very Queer Eye Holiday Thom Filicia, Valerie Nolan, John Paino, Aleta Shaffer Bravo
2005
(57th)
[35]
The 47th Annual Grammy Awards Steve Bass, Brian Stonestreet, Scott Welborn, Tamlyn Wright CBS
The 77th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Stephan G. Olson, Greg Richman ABC
American Idol "419" Andy Walmsley, James Yarnell Fox
First Invasion: The War of 1812 Vincent Kralyevich History
MADtv "1006" John Sabato, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox

Outstanding Art Direction for Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Programming

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2006
(58th)
[36]
The 78th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Greg Richman ABC
American Idol "519" Andy Walmsley, James Yarnell Fox
Dancing with the Stars "206" Patrick Doherty, James Yarnell ABC
Rome: Engineering an Empire Vincent Kralyevich History
MADtv "1115" John Sabato, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall Fox
2007
(59th)
[37]
The 79th Annual Academy Awards J. Michael Riva, Gregory S. Richman, Tamlyn Wright ABC
Tony Bennett: An American Classic John Myhre, Tomas Voth, Barbara Cassel NBC
Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo Jean Rabasse Bravo
Desperate Crossing: The Untold Story of the Mayflower Katha Seidman, Kent Lanigan History
Engineering an Empire "Egypt" Preeya Jensen
Hell's Kitchen "210" John Janavs, Robert Frye, Dawn Sinko Fox
MADtv "1209" John Sabato, D. Martyn Bookwalter, Daryn Reid Goodall
2008
(60th)
[38]
The 80th Annual Academy Awards Roy Christopher, Joe Celli ABC
The 50th Annual Grammy Awards Steve Bass, Brian Stonestreet, Alana Billingsley CBS
Hell's Kitchen "401" John Janavs, Robert Frye, Stephen Paul Fackrell Fox
MADtv "1315" Nicole Elespuru, James Yarnell, Daryn Reid Goodall
2007 MTV Video Music Awards Scott M. Storey, Joe Celli, James Pearse Connelly MTV
2009
(61st)
[39]
American Idol "821/822" Andy Walmsley, James Yarnell Fox
2008 MTV Video Music Awards Keith Ian Raywood, Scott M. Storey, Star Theodos Kahn, James Pearse Connelly MTV
The 81st Annual Academy Awards David Rockwell, Joe Celli, Dave Edwards ABC
A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! Ellen Waggett, Jo Winiarski, Kelly Hanson Comedy Central
The 51st Annual Grammy Awards Steve Bass, Brian Stonestreet, Alana Billingsley CBS

2010s

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2010
(62nd)
[40]
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards David Rockwell, Joe Celli ABC
American Idol "Idol Gives Back" James Yarnell, Gregg Rainwater, Dave Edwards Fox
Saturday Night Live "Host: James Franco," "Host: Jon Hamm," "Host: Betty White" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph DeTullio NBC
The 63rd Annual Tony Awards Steve Bass, Seth Easter CBS
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien "101" John Shaffner, Joe Stewart, Christopher Goumas NBC
The Who Super Bowl Halftime Show Bruce Rodgers, Sean Dougall, Mai Sakai CBS
2011
(63rd)
[41]
2010 MTV Video Music Awards Florian Wieder, Isabell Rauert, Tamlyn Rae Wright MTV
American Idol "Episode 1018" James Yarnell, Dave Edwards Fox
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards Steve Bass, Joe Celli, Kristen Merlino ABC
Gettysburg Sylvain Gingras, Emma Eunson History
Saturday Night Live "Host: Russell Brand" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph DeTullio NBC
2012
(64th)
[42]
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards Brian Stonestreet, Alana Billingsley, Matt Steinbrenner CBS
The 67th Annual Tony Awards Steve Bass, Seth Easter
The Oscars John Myhre, Joe Celli ABC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph DeTullio NBC
The Voice "Blind Auditions, Part 2," "Battle Rounds, Part 1," "Live Shows, Part 4" Anton Goss, James Connelly, Zeya Maurer
2013
(65th)
[43]
London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Mark Tildesley, Suttirat Anne Larlarb, Danny Boyle NBC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Justin Timberlake", "Host: Martin Short" and "Host: Ben Affleck" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood
Dancing with the Stars "Episode 1608A" James Yarnell, David Edwards, Jason Howard ABC
The Oscars Derek McLane, Joe Celli
The Voice "Battle Rounds, Part 1," "The Live Shows," "Semi-Finals," "The Blind Auditions, Part 1" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer NBC
2014
(66th)
[44]
The Oscars Derek McLane, Joe Celli, Gloria Lamb ABC
Portlandia "Celery", "Sharing Finances" and "3D Printer". Tyler Robinson, Schuyler Telleen, Katherine Isom IFC
Saturday Night Live "Host: Jimmy Fallon", "Host: Jonah Hill" and "Host: Anna Kendrick" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph DeTullio NBC
Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony George Tsypin, Rob Bissinger
The Voice "Episode 601" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Lydia Smyth, Kristen O'Malley

Outstanding Production Design For Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Programming

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2015
(67th)
[45]
Portlandia "Dead Pets", "Call Me Al" and "Fashion". Tyler Robinson, Schuyler Telleen, Katherine Isom IFC
The 57th Annual Grammy Awards Brian Stonestreet, Alana Billingsley, Kristen Merlino, Scott Welborn CBS
The Oscars Derek McLane, Gloria Lamb, Matt Steinbrenner ABC
Peter Pan Live! Derek McLane, Aimee B. Dombo, Mike Pilipski NBC
The Voice "Episode 701" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Lydia Smyth

Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition Series

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2016
(68th)
[46]
Portlandia "Family Emergency," "Pickathon," "Weirdo Beach" Schuyler Telleen, Katherine Isom IFC
Drunk History "New Jersey" Rachel Robb Kondrath, Kellie Jo Tinney Comedy Central
Key & Peele "Y'all Ready for This," "The End" Gary Kordan, Julie Drach
Saturday Night Live "Hosts: Tiny Fey & Amy Poehler," "Host: Larry David," "Host: Peter Dinklage" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, Joe DeTullio NBC
The Voice "Live Finale, Part 2," "Blind Auditions Premiere, Part 2," "Live Semifinal Performances" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Lydia Smyth, Stephanie Trigg Hines
2017
(69th)
[47]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Alec Baldwin" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, Joe DeTullio NBC
Bill Nye Saves the World "Earth Is a Hot Mess" James Pearse Connelly, Lydia Smyth, Stephanie Hines Trigg Netflix
Drunk History "Hamilton" Chloe Arbiture, Monica Soto, Rae Deslich Comedy Central
Portlandia "Fred's Cell Phone Company" Schuyler Telleen, Katherine Isom IFC
The Voice "Live Finale, Part 1" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Brittany MacWhorter, Stephanie Hines Trigg NBC

Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Reality or Reality-Competition Series[48]

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2018
(70th)
[49]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Bill Hader" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph DeTullio NBC
Bill Nye Saves the World "Extinction: Why All Our Friends Are Dying" James Pearse Connelly, James Nelson, John Calderon, Heather Cantrell Netflix
Dancing with the Stars "Night at the Movies," "Halloween," "Finale" James Yarnell, Steve Morden, John Sparano ABC
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "Episode 418" Eric Morrell HBO
The Voice "The Blind Auditions Season Premiere" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Lydia Smith, Zeya Maurer, Stephanie Hines NBC
2019
(71st)
[50]
Saturday Night Live "Host: John Mulaney," "Host: Emma Stone" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood NBC
At Home with Amy Sedaris "Teenagers" Jason Singleton, Naomi Munro, Kim Fischer truTV
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "Authoritarianism" Eric Morrell, Ipek Celik HBO
Queer Eye "Jones Bar-B-Q" Thomas Rouse Netflix
The Voice "Live Cross Battles Part 1" Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Brittany Perham-MacWhorter, Emily Auble NBC

2020s

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2020
(72nd)
[51]
Saturday Night Live "Host: Eddie Murphy," "Host: John Mulaney" Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood, N. Joseph DeTullio NBC
At Home with Amy Sedaris "Outdoor Entertaining," "Travel" Jason Singleton, Katy Porter, Naomi Munro truTV
Drunk History "Bad Blood" Monica Sotto, Rae Deslich, Linette McCown Comedy Central
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "Episode 629" Eric Morrell, Amanda Carzoli HBO
Queer Eye "We're in Japan!: The Ideal Woman" Thomas Rouse Netflix

Programs with multiple wins

Programs with multiple nominations

Totals include nominations for Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series.

Notes

  1. ^ As a juried award, nominees had to garner 50% approval to win the award. The nominee did not meet the benchmark and no award was given.
  2. ^ As a juried award, nominees had to garner 50% approval to win the award. None of the nominees met the benchmark and no award was given.

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