Animation winners of the 2014 primetime Emmy Awards

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Last updated on December 10th, 2021

This year’s primetime Emmys were awarded last Monday night. As a followup to my post on the nominees, here’s a look at which ones have won (winners are in blue). The full list of Emmy winners is available here (plus the Emmys’ main site for the technical categories).

Outstanding Animated Program

  • “Archer”
  • “Bob’s Burgers”
  • “Futurama”
  • “South Park”
  • “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program

  • “Adventure Time”
  • “Mickey Mouse”
  • “Phineas and Ferb”
  • “Regular Show”
  • “Robot Chicken”

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance

  • “Mickey Mouse,” Chris Diamantapolous as Mickey
  • “Dog With a Blog,” Stephen Full as Stan
  • “Family Guy,” Seth MacFarlane as Peter Griffin, Brian Griffin, Glenn Quagmire
  • “Futurama,” Maurice LaMarche as Calculon, Morbo
  • “Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II: Villains in Paradise,” Seth Green as various characters
  • “The Simpsons,” Harry Shearer as Kent Brockman, Smithers, Mr. Burns, Younger Burns

Outstanding Main Title Design

  • “Black Sails,” Starz
  • “COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey,” Fox/National Geographic
  • “Masters of Sex,” Showtime
  • “Silicon Valley,” HBO
  • “True Detective,” HBO

Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics

  • “A Christmas Carol: The Concert,” PBS
  • “Kay & Peele,” Comedy Central
  • “Saturday Night Live,” NBC
  • “Sofia the First: The Floating Palace,” Disney Channel
  • “Sons of Anarchy,” FX
  • “67th Annual Tony Awards,” CBS

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation

  • “Californication,” Showtime
  • “Modern Family,” ABC
  • “Nurse Jackie,” Showtime
  • “The Simpsons,” Fox
  • “Veep,” HBO

As previously noted, “The Simpsons” got snubbed for the first time ever for Outstanding Animated Program. The show was nominated for two categories, however, “Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance” and “Outstanding Sound Mixing For a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation.” The Springfield bunch won for the former, but not the latter (losing to “Nurse Jackie”).

Newcomer series “Bob’s Burgers” did bring home glory to the Fox network, however. Mickey Mouse’s well-done new series of shorts did the same for the Disney Channel.

Anthony Dean

Anthony Dean is the owner of Diverse Tech Geek and Diverse Media Notes.

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