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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series

 

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series is an annual award presented as part of the Primetime Emmy Awards. It was created in 2000, alongside the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • 2000s 1.1
    • 2010s 1.2
  • External links 2

Winners and nominees

2000s

Year Series Episode Network Recipient
2000 Spin City "Goodbye" ABC Richard Quinlan
Sports Night "Cut Man" ABC Peter Smokler
3rd Rock from the Sun "Dick and Harry Fall Down a Hole" NBC Ronald W. Browne
Everybody Loves Raymond "Robert’s Rodeo" CBS Mike Berlin
Will & Grace "Acting Out" NBC Tony Askins
2001 Will & Grace "Sons and Lovers" NBC Tony Askins
100 Centre Street "Things Change" A&E Ron Fortunato
Everybody Loves Raymond "Italy" CBS Mike Berlin
Frasier "And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon" NBC Ken Lamkin
Spin City "Hello, Charlie" ABC Mikel Neiers
2002 Will & Grace "A Chorus Lie" NBC Tony Askins
American Family "The Forgotten War" PBS Brian J. Reynolds
Frasier "Deathtrap" NBC Ken Lamkin
Friends "The One with the Rumor" Nick McLean
2003 Will & Grace "Sex, Losers, and Videotape" NBC Tony Askins
Everybody Loves Raymond "Just a Formality" CBS Mike Berlin
Frasier "Rooms with a View" NBC Ken Lamkin
Friends "The One in Barbados" Nick McLean
Girlfriends "Where Everyone Knows My Name" UPN Donald A. Morgan
My Big Fat Greek Life "The Big Night" CBS Gil Hubbs
2004 8 Simple Rules "Goodbye" ABC Bruce L. Finn
Friends "The One with Phoebe’s Wedding" NBC Nick McLean
George Lopez "Bringing Home the Bacon" ABC Peter Smokler
Two and a Half Men "Camel Filters and Pheromones" CBS Steven V. Silver
Will & Grace "Ice Cream Balls" NBC Tony Askins
2005 Will & Grace "Friends with Benefits" NBC Tony Askins
Everybody Loves Raymond "Pat’s Secret" CBS Mike Berlin
Hope & Faith "Carmen Get It" ABC Richard Quinlan
Reba "Flowers for Van" WB Bryan Hays
Two and a Half Men "Back Off, Mary Poppins" CBS Steven V. Silver
2006 How I Met Your Mother "The Limo" CBS Chris La Fountaine
According to Jim "Mr. Right" ABC George Mooradian
The New Adventures of Old Christine "Open Water" CBS Gregg Heschong
Reba "The Goodbye Guy" WB Bryan Hays
Two and a Half Men "Carpet Burns and a Bite Mark" CBS Steven V. Silver
2007 Two and a Half Men "Release the Dogs" CBS Steven V. Silver
According to Jim "Hoosier Daddy" ABC George Mooradian
Rules of Engagement "Jeff’s Wooby" CBS Wayne Kennan

2010s

Year Series Episode Network Recipient
2011 Two and a Half Men "Hookers, Hookers, Hookers" CBS
How I Met Your Mother "Hopeless" CBS
Pair of Kings "Return of the Kings" Disney
Retired at 35 "Rocket Man" TV Land
Rules of Engagement "Uh Oh, It’s Magic" CBS
Wizards of Waverly Place "Dancing with Angels" Disney
2012 Two and a Half Men "Sips, Sonnets, and Sodomy" CBS
2 Broke Girls "Pilot" CBS
How I Met Your Mother "46 Minutes"
Mike & Molly "Victoria Can’t Drive"
Pair of Kings "The Evil King: Part II" Disney
2013 How I Met Your Mother "The Final Page" (Part 2) CBS
2 Broke Girls "And the Psychic Shakedown" CBS
The Exes "Pirates of the Care of Eden" TV Land
Mike & Molly "Molly’s Birthday" CBS
Two and a Half Men "Grab a Feather and Get in Line"
2014 How I Met Your Mother "Daisy" CBS Christian La Fountaine
2 Broke Girls "And the Near Death Experience" CBS Christian La Fountaine
The Exes "When Haskell Met Sammy" TV Land George Mooradian
Last Man Standing "Eve’s Boyfriend" ABC Donald A. Morgan
Mike & Molly "Weekend at Peggy’s" CBS Gary Baum

External links

  • Primetime Emmy® Awards
  • Primetime Emmy® Awards History Database
  • The Emmy Awards, Information Please Database, Pearson PLC
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