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List of awards and nominations received by Alias

This is the list of awards and nominations received by the American television series Alias.

By award

ALMA Awards

  • 2006: Outstanding Television Series (nominated)[1]
  • 2006: Outstanding Director of a Television Drama or Comedy (Jay Torres for "Out of the Box", nominated)[1]

American Choreography Awards (ACA)

  • 2001: Outstanding Fight Choreography (for "Truth Be Told (Pilot)", won)

American Cinema Editors (ACE)

  • 2001: Best Edited One-Hour Series for Television (for "Truth Be Told (Pilot)", nominated)

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC)

  • 2001: Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series (for "Time Will Tell", nominated)
  • 2002: Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Episodic TV Series (for "Page 47", nominated)

Art Directors Guild (ADG)

  • 2001: Excellence in Production Design - Episode of a Single-Camera Series (for "Reckoning", nominated)
  • 2002: Excellence in Production Design - Episode of a Single Camera TV Series (for "Cipher", won)
  • 2003: Excellence in Production Design - Single Camera TV Series (nominated)
  • 2004: Excellence in Production Design - Single Camera TV Series (for "Legacy", nominated)

Casting Society of America (CSA)

  • 2001: Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Episodic (nominated)
  • 2001: Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Pilot (nominated)
  • 2002: Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Episodic (nominated)
  • 2003: Best Casting for Television - Dramatic Episodic (nominated)

Emmy Awards

  • 2002: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Jennifer Garner for playing "Sydney Bristow", nominated)[2][3]
  • 2002: Outstanding Art Direction - Single-Camera Series (for "Truth Be Told (Pilot)", won)[4]
  • 2002: Outstanding Casting - Drama Series (nominated)[5]
  • 2002: Outstanding Cinematography - Single-Camera Series (for "Truth Be Told (Pilot)", won)[6]
  • 2002: Outstanding Costumes - Series (for "Truth Be Told (Pilot)", nominated)[7]
  • 2002: Outstanding Hairstyling - Series (for "Q & A", nominated)[8]
  • 2002: Outstanding Makeup, Non-Prosthetic - Series (for "Q & A", nominated)[9]
  • 2002: Outstanding Picture Editing, Single-Camera - Series (for "Q & A", nominated)
  • 2002: Outstanding Stunt Coordination (for "Time Will Tell", nominated)[10]
  • 2002: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Drama Series (Victor Garber for playing "Jack Bristow", nominated)[2][11]
  • 2002: Outstanding Writing - Drama Series (J.J. Abrams for "Truth Be Told (Pilot)", nominated)[12]
  • 2003: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)[13]
  • 2003: Outstanding Art Direction - Single-Camera Series (for "Phase One", nominated)[14]
  • 2003: Outstanding Cinematography - Single-Camera Series (for "Double Agent", nominated)[15]
  • 2003: Outstanding Costumes - Series (for "Phase One", nominated)[16]
  • 2003: Outstanding Hairstyling - Series (for "The Counteragent", nominated)[17]
  • 2003: Outstanding Makeup, Non-Prosthetic - Series (for "The Counteragent", won)[18]
  • 2003: Outstanding Picture Editing, Single-Camera - Drama Series (for "Phase One", nominated)[19]
  • 2003: Outstanding Sound Editing - Series (for "Phase One", nominated)[20]
  • 2003: Outstanding Stunt Coordination (for "The Telling", won)[21]
  • 2003: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Drama Series (Garber, nominated)[22]
  • 2003: Outstanding Supporting Actress - Drama Series (Lena Olin for playing "Irina Derevko", nominated)[23]
  • 2004: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)[24]
  • 2004: Outstanding Art Direction - Single-Camera Series (for "Taken", nominated)[25]
  • 2004: Outstanding Cinematography - Single-Camera Series (for "Conscious", nominated)[26]
  • 2004: Outstanding Hairstyling - Series (for "Unveiled", nominated)[27]
  • 2004: Outstanding Sound Editing - Series (for "Resurrection", nominated)[28]
  • 2004: Outstanding Sound Mixing, Single-Camera - Series (for "Hourglass", nominated)
  • 2004: Outstanding Stunt Coordination (for "Resurrection", nominated)[29]
  • 2004: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Drama Series (Garber, nominated)[30]
  • 2005: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)[31]
  • 2005: Outstanding Costumes - Series (for "Tuesday", nominated)[32]
  • 2005: Outstanding Hairstyling - Series (for "Nocturne", nominated)[33]
  • 2005: Outstanding Stunt Coordination (for "The Awful Truth", nominated)[34]
  • 2006: Outstanding Hairstyling - Series (for "There's Only One Sydney Bristow", nominated)[35]
  • 2006: Outstanding Stunt Coordination (for "Reprisal" and "All the Time in the World", nominated)[36]

Golden Globe Awards

  • 2003: Best Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)[38]
  • 2004: Best Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)[39]
  • 2005: Best Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)[40]

People's Choice Awards

  • 2002: Favorite Television New Drama Series (won)[41]
  • 2005: Favorite Television Drama (nominated)

Producers Guild of America (PGA)

  • 2003: Television Producer of the Year - Episodic Drama (nominated)

Satellite Awards

  • 2003: Best Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)
  • 2003: Best DVD Release - TV Series (for "Season 2", won)
  • 2003: Best Supporting Actress - Drama Series (Olin, nominated)
  • 2004: Best Actress - Drama Series (Garner, nominated)
  • 2004: Best DVD Release - TV Series (for "Season 3", nominated)
  • 2006: Best DVD Release - TV Series (for "Season 5", nominated)

Screen Actors Guild (SAG)

  • 2003: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Jennifer Garner for playing "Sydney Bristow", nominated)[42]
  • 2004: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Garner, won)[43]

Teen Choice Awards

  • 2004: Choice TV Show - Drama/Action Adventure (nominated)
  • 2004: Choice TV Actress - Drama/Action Adventure (Garner, won)[44]

Visual Effects Society (VES)

  • 2005: Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects - Broadcast Program (for "The Index", nominated)
  • 2006: Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects - Broadcast Program (for "All the Time in the World" and "Reprisal", nominated)

References

External links

  • IMDb
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