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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-Hour Series

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Half-Hour Series is a retired award that was presented as part of the Primetime Emmy Awards. It was created in 2008 alongside Outstanding Cinematography for a One Hour Series.

Winners and nominees

2000s

Year Series Episode Network Recipient(s)
2008 Californication "Pilot" Showtime Peter Levy
30 Rock "Rosemary's Baby" NBC Vanja Cernjul
According to Jim "The Chaperone" ABC George Mooradian
In Treatment "Week 6: Sophie" HBO Frank Murphy
My Name Is Earl "Stole a Motorcycle" NBC Michael Goi
Scrubs "My Princess" NBC John Inwood
2009 Californication "In Utero" Showtime Michael Weaver
30 Rock "Apollo, Apollo" NBC Mathew Clark
According to Jim "Heaven Opposed to Hell" ABC George Mooradian
Everybody Hates Chris "Everybody Hates Back Talk" The CW Mark Doering-Powell
Weeds "No Man is Pudding" Showtime Michael Trim

2010s

Year Series Episode Network Recipient(s)
2010 Weeds "A Modest Proposal" Showtime Michael Trim
30 Rock "Season 4" NBC Mathew Clark
Gary Unmarried "Gary Shoots Fish in a Barrel" CBS Gary Baum
Hung "Pilot" HBO Uta Briesewitz
Nurse Jackie "Apple Bong" Showtime Vanja Cernjul
Two and a Half Men "Crude and Uncalled For" CBS Steven V. Silver

External links

  • The Emmy Awards, Information Please Database, Pearson PLC
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