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Vince Gilligan speaking into a microphone at San Diego Comic-Con
Bryan Cranston smiling at San Diego Comic-Con
Aaron Paul smiling at San Diego Comic-Con with a microphone in front of him
From left to right: Series creator Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston (Walter White), and Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman)
Totals[a]
Wins92
Nominations248
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Breaking Bad is an American television crime drama series created by Vince Gilligan that premiered on AMC on January 20, 2008.[1] Set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the show follows the life of Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a high school chemistry teacher struggling with stage-three lung cancer who decides to produce and distribute crystal meth with his former student Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) to secure his family's financial future. Concurrently, his wife Skyler (Anna Gunn) grows suspicious and his brother-in-law and DEA agent Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) begins to investigate.[2] After five seasons and a total of 62 episodes, the series concluded on September 29, 2013.[3]

Upon its release, Breaking Bad became one of the highest-rated shows on network television and received universal acclaim, with particular praise for its acting, characters, writing, direction, and cinematography;[a] it entered the Guinness World Records in 2014 as the most critically acclaimed show of all time.[14] Its impact on television resulted in the creation of the spin-off series Better Call Saul, centered on the character of Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), and a sequel released in 2019 as El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, both of which also received positive reviews.[15][16]

The series has been nominated for numerous accolades, winning five American Film Institute awards for Television Program of the Year. For his performance, Cranston was nominated for four consecutive Golden Globes (winning once) and won four Primetime Emmy Awards for Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Meanwhile, Paul earned one Golden Globe nomination and won three Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Gunn also received several award nominations and won two consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Also serving as a producer and director, Gilligan was awarded the Writers Guild of America Award for Episodic Drama twice for writing the pilot episode and "Box Cutter". For his portrayal of Gus Fring, Giancarlo Esposito won a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Robert Forster, who guest-starred as Ed Galbraith, was awarded a Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role on Television. Cinematographer Michael Slovis and editors Lynne Willingham and Skip Macdonald were also given award nominations and each earned at least one Emmy nomination for their work on Breaking Bad.

The series has received numerous award nominations from entertainment guilds, including four Directors Guild of America Award nominations, with Gilligan and Rian Johnson both winning one award for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series; five nominations from the Producers Guild of America Awards (winning two); eleven Screen Actors Guild Award nominations (winning three); and twenty nominations from the Writers Guild of America Awards (winning six). The series also received thirteen Critics' Choice Television Award nominations (winning six), sixteen TCA Award nominations (winning five), twenty-seven Saturn Award nominations (winning twelve), and fifty-eight Emmy nominations (winning sixteen). For its narrative and storytelling execution, Breaking Bad has been named one of the greatest television series of all time.[17]

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Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad is an American crime drama television series created and produced by Vince Gilligan. Set and filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the series follows Walter White, an underpaid, overqualified, and dispirited high-school chemistry teacher who is struggling with a recent diagnosis of stage-three lung cancer. White turns to a life of crime and partners with a former student, Jesse Pinkman, to produce and distribute methamphetamine to secure his family's financial future before he dies, while navigating the dangers of the criminal underworld. The show aired on AMC from January 20, 2008, to September 29, 2013, consisting of five seasons for a total of 62 episodes.

AMC (TV channel)

AMC (TV channel)

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, abbreviated ABQ, is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico. Its nicknames, The Duke City and Burque, both reference its founding in 1706 as La Villa de Alburquerque by Nuevo México governor Francisco Cuervo y Valdés. Named in honor of the Viceroy of New Spain, the 10th Duke of Alburquerque, the city was an outpost on El Camino Real linking Mexico City to the northernmost territories of New Spain.

Bryan Cranston

Bryan Cranston

Bryan Lee Cranston is an American actor and director who is best known for portraying Walter White in the AMC crime drama series Breaking Bad (2008–2013) and Hal in the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle (2000–2006). He has received several awards—including six Primetime Emmy Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Tony Awards, and a Golden Globe Award—with a nomination for an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award.

Aaron Paul

Aaron Paul

Aaron Paul is an American actor best known for portraying Jesse Pinkman in the AMC series Breaking Bad (2008–2013), for which he won several awards, including the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (2014), Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries, or Television Film (2013), and Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. This made him one of only two actors to win the latter category three times since its separation into comedy and drama. He has also won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television three times, more than any other actor in that category. He reprised the role of Jesse Pinkman six years after the end of the series in the 2019 Netflix film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and again during the final season of the spin-off series Better Call Saul in 2022, earning further critical acclaim.

Anna Gunn

Anna Gunn

Anna Gunn is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Skyler White on the AMC drama series Breaking Bad (2008–2013), for which she won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2013 and 2014. She has also played Jean Ward in The Practice (1997–2002), and Martha Bullock in Deadwood (2004–2006).

Dean Norris

Dean Norris

Dean Joseph Norris is an American actor. He is best known for playing DEA agent Hank Schrader on the AMC series Breaking Bad (2008–2013) and its spin-off Better Call Saul (2020). He also portrayed town councilman James "Big Jim" Rennie on the CBS series Under the Dome (2013–2015) and played mob boss Clay "Uncle Daddy" Husser on the TNT series Claws (2017-2022). Throughout his career, Norris has acted in nearly 50 movies and more than 100 different TV shows.

Better Call Saul

Better Call Saul

Better Call Saul is an American crime and legal drama television series created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. Part of the Breaking Bad franchise, it is a spin-off, prequel and sequel to Gilligan's previous series, Breaking Bad. Set primarily in the early-mid 2000s in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the series examines the transformation of Jimmy McGill, an earnest lawyer and former con artist, into an egocentric criminal defense attorney known as Saul Goodman. The show also examines the moral decline of former police officer Mike Ehrmantraut, who becomes a violent fixer for drug traffickers to support his granddaughter and widowed daughter-in-law. The show premiered on AMC on February 8, 2015, and concluded on August 15, 2022, after six seasons consisting of 63 episodes.

Bob Odenkirk

Bob Odenkirk

Robert John Odenkirk is an American actor, comedian and filmmaker best known for his role as Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad (2008–2013) and its spin-off Better Call Saul (2015–2022), for which he has received five nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. As a producer on Better Call Saul since its premiere, he has also received six nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series. He is also known for the HBO sketch comedy series Mr. Show with Bob and David (1995–1998), which he co-created and starred in with fellow comic and friend David Cross.

American Film Institute

American Film Institute

The American Film Institute (AFI) is an American nonprofit film organization that educates filmmakers and honors the heritage of the motion picture arts in the United States. AFI is supported by private funding and public membership fees.

Box Cutter (Breaking Bad)

Box Cutter (Breaking Bad)

"Box Cutter" is the fourth season premiere of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and its 34th episode overall. Written by series creator Vince Gilligan and directed by Adam Bernstein, "Box Cutter" originally aired on AMC in the United States on July 17, 2011. The narrative follows protagonist Walter White and his partner Jesse Pinkman as they face repercussions from drug kingpin Gus Fring for killing Gale Boetticher at the end of the previous season. Meanwhile, Skyler White breaks into her husband Walter's condominium to investigate his sudden disappearance, and Marie Schrader struggles to help Hank Schrader recover from his injuries.

Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

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Awards and nominations

Awards and nominations received by Breaking Bad
Award Year[b] Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
3D Creative Arts Awards 2014 Best 4K Lumiere – Entertainment Breaking Bad Won [18]
American Cinema Editors Awards 2009 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Lynne Willingham (for "Pilot") Won [19]
[20]
2010 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Lynne Willingham (for "ABQ") Won [21]
[22]
2011 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Kelley Dixon (for "Sunset") Nominated [23]
[24]
2012 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Skip Macdonald (for "Face Off") Won [25]
[26]
Kelley Dixon (for "End Times") Nominated
2013 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Skip Macdonald (for "Dead Freight") Won [27]
[28]
Kelley Dixon (for "Gliding Over All") Nominated
2014 Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television Skip Macdonald (for "Felina") Won [29]
[30]
Kelley Dixon and Chris McCaleb (for "Granite State") Nominated
Skip Macdonald (for "Ozymandias") Nominated
Skip Macdonald and Sharidan Williams-Sotelo (for "Buried") Nominated
American Film Institute Awards 2008 Television Programs of the Year Breaking Bad Won [31]
2010 Television Programs of the Year Breaking Bad Won [32]
2011 Television Programs of the Year Breaking Bad Won [33]
2012 Television Programs of the Year Breaking Bad Won [34]
2013 Television Programs of the Year Breaking Bad Won [35]
Art Directors Guild Awards 2014 One-Hour Single-Camera Television Series Mark Freeborn (for "Felina")[c] Nominated [37]
[38]
Artios Awards 2010 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series – Drama Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas Nominated [39]
2012 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series – Drama Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Rody Kent, and Russell Scott Nominated [40]
2015 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Television Series – Drama Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Kiira Arai, and Russell Scott Won [41]
[42]
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2011 Best Television Composer Dave Porter Won [43]
2014 Composers' Choice Award Dave Porter Won [44]
ASTRA Awards 2012 Favourite Program – International Drama Breaking Bad Nominated [45]
British Academy Television Awards 2014 Best International Programme Breaking Bad Won [46]
Radio Times Audience Award Breaking Bad Nominated [47]
Cinema Audio Society Awards 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour Darryl L. Frank, Jeffery Perkins, and Eric Justen (for "Face Off") Nominated [48]
2013 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour Darryl L. Frank, Jeff Perkins, Eric Justen, Eric Gotthelf, and Stacey Michaels (for "Dead Freight") Nominated [49][50]
2014 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour Darryl L. Frank, Jeff Perkins, Eric Justen, and Kathryn Madsen (for "Felina") Nominated [51]
[52]
Costume Designers Guild Awards 2014 Best Costume Design – Contemporary TV Series Jennifer L. Bryan Nominated [53]
Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2008 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) John Toll (for "Pilot") Nominated [54]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Lynne Willingham (for "Pilot") Won [55]
2009 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) Michael Slovis (for "ABQ") Nominated [56]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Lynne Willingham (for "ABQ") Won [57]
2010 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) Michael Slovis (for "No Más") Nominated [58]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Skip Macdonald (for "No Más") Nominated [59]
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jason Tregoe Newman, Gregg Barbanell, and Dominique Decaudain (for "One Minute") Nominated [60]
2012 Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Mark Margolis Nominated [61]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) Michael Slovis (for "Face Off") Nominated [62]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Kelley Dixon (for "End Times") Nominated [63]
Skip Macdonald (for "Face Off") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Jason Tregoe Newman, Kathryn Madsen, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jeffrey Cranford, Dominique Decaudain, and Gregg Barbanell (for "Face Off") Nominated [64]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Darryl L. Frank, Jeffrey Perkins, and Eric Justen (for "Face Off") Nominated [65]
Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role William Powloski, Greg Nicotero, Bruce Branit, Werner Hahnlein, Steve Fong, Sean Joseph, Matthew Perin (for "Face Off") Nominated [66]
2013 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) Michael Slovis (for "Gliding Over All") Nominated [67]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Kelley Dixon (for "Gliding Over All") Won [68]
Skip Macdonald (for "Dead Freight") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Jane Boegel, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jason Tregoe Newman, Jeffrey Cranford, Gregg Barbanell, and Dominique Decaudain (for "Dead Freight") Nominated [69]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Darryl L. Frank, Jeffrey Perkins, and Eric Justen (for "Dead Freight") Nominated [70]
2014 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, and Kiira Arai Nominated [71]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour) Michael Slovis (for "Granite State") Nominated [72]
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series Skip Macdonald (for "Felina") Won [73]
Kelley Dixon (for "To'hajiilee") Nominated
Kelley Dixon and Chris McCaleb (for "Granite State") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Jason Tregoe Newman, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Jane Boegel, Jeffrey Cranford, Tim Boggs, Gregg Barbanell, and Dominique Decaudain (for "Felina") Nominated [74]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour) Darryl L. Frank, Jeffrey Perkins, and Eric Justen (for "Felina") Nominated [75]
Outstanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic) Tarra D. Day and Corey Welk (for "Ozymandias") Nominated [76]
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Limited Series, Movie or Special Greg Nicotero, Howard Berger, Tarra D. Day, Stephan Dupuis, and Steve LaPorte (for "Felina") Nominated [77]
Critics' Choice Television Awards 2012 Best Drama Series Breaking Bad Nominated [78]
[79]
Best Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Giancarlo Esposito Won
Aaron Paul Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn Nominated
2013 Best Drama Series Breaking Bad Won[d] [80]
[81]
Best Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Jonathan Banks Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn Nominated
2014 Best Drama Series Breaking Bad Won [82]
Best Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Aaron Paul Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards 2012 Outstanding Directing – Drama Series Vince Gilligan (for "Face Off") Nominated [83]
2013 Outstanding Directing – Drama Series Rian Johnson (for "Fifty-One")[e] Won [85]
2014 Outstanding Directing – Drama Series Vince Gilligan (for "Felina")[f] Won [87]
[88]
Bryan Cranston (for "Blood Money")[g] Nominated
Dorian Awards 2012 TV Performance of the Year – Actor Bryan Cranston Nominated [89]
2013 TV Drama of the Year Breaking Bad Nominated [90]
TV Performance of the Year – Actor Aaron Paul Nominated
2014 TV Drama of the Year Breaking Bad Nominated [91]
TV Performance of the Year – Actor Bryan Cranston Nominated
Edgar Allan Poe Awards 2010 Best Television Episode Teleplay George Mastras (for "Grilled") Nominated [92]
2011 Best Television Episode Teleplay Vince Gilligan (for "Full Measure") Nominated [93]
Vince Gilligan (for "No Más") Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 2011 Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated [94]
2012 Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated [95]
2013 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Nominated [96]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
2014 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Won [97]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Aaron Paul Nominated
Golden Nymph Awards 2013 Best Drama TV Series Breaking Bad Won [98]
[99]
[100]
Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Won
Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn Nominated
Golden Reel Awards 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley for Episodic Short Form Broadcast Media Breaking Bad (for "One Minute") Nominated [101]
[102]
2012 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley for Episodic Short Form Broadcast Media Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Gregg Barbanell, Dominique Decaudain, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, and Jeffrey Cranford (for "Face Off") Nominated [103]
2014 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Sound Effects and Foley for Episodic Short Form Broadcast Media Kurt Nicholas Forshager, Gregg Barbanell, Dominique Decaudain, Mark Cookson, Cormac Funge, Tim Boggs, and Jeffrey Cranford (for "Felina") Won [104]
[105]
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR for Episodic Short Form Broadcast Media Kurt Nicholas Forshager and Kathryn Madsen (for "To'hajiilee") Nominated
Guild of Music Supervisors Awards 2011 Best Music Supervision for a Television Thomas Golubić[h] Nominated [106]
2012 Best Music Supervision for a Television Drama Thomas Golubić[i] Nominated [107]
2013 Best Music Supervision for a Television Drama Thomas Golubić Won [108]
2014 Best Music Supervision for a Television Drama Thomas Golubić Won [109]
Hollywood Post Alliance Awards 2008 Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Lynne Willingham (for "Pilot") Nominated [110]
2009 Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Lynne Willingham (for "ABQ") Won [111]
2011 Outstanding Color Grading – Television Tom Sartori (for "Box Cutter") Nominated [112]
[113]
2012 Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Skip Macdonald (for "Face Off") Nominated [114]
[115]
2013 Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Skip Macdonald (for "Dead Freight") Won [116]
[117]
Kelley Dixon (for "Gliding Over All") Nominated
2014 Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Skip Macdonald (for "Felina") Won [118]
Humanitas Prize 2010 60 Minute Network or Syndicated Television J. Roberts and Vince Gilligan (for "Peekaboo") Nominated [119]
Location Managers Guild Awards 2014 Outstanding Achievement in Television Christian Diaz de Bedoya Nominated [120]
[121]
Outstanding Film Commission Albuquerque Film Commission[j] Won
Outstanding Locations in Television Breaking Bad Nominated
Magnolia Awards 2014 Best Foreign TV Series Breaking Bad Won [122]
Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards 2014 Best Contemporary Makeup in Television and New Media Series Tarra D. Day and Steve La Porte Won [123]
[124]
Best Contemporary Hair Styling in Television and New Media Series Geordie Sheffer and Carmen L. Jones Nominated
NAACP Image Awards 2011 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Giancarlo Esposito Nominated [125]
Peabody Awards 2009 Honoree Breaking Bad Won [126]
2014 Honoree Breaking Bad Won [127]
People's Choice Awards 2014 Favorite Series We Miss Most Breaking Bad Won [128]
Favorite TV Anti-Hero Walter White Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards 2008 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (for "Pilot") Won [129]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Vince Gilligan (for "Pilot") Nominated [130]
2009 Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Nominated [131]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (for "Phoenix") Won [132]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Aaron Paul (for "Peekaboo") Nominated [133]
2010 Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Nominated [134]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (for "Full Measure") Won [135]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Aaron Paul (for "Half Measures") Won [136]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Michelle MacLaren (for "One Minute") Nominated [137]
2012 Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Nominated [138]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (for "Crawl Space") Nominated [139]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Aaron Paul (for "End Times") Won [140]
Giancarlo Esposito (for "Hermanos") Nominated [140]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn (for "Cornered") Nominated [141]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Vince Gilligan (for "Face Off") Nominated [142]
2013 Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Won [143]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (for "Say My Name") Nominated [144]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Aaron Paul (for "Buyout") Nominated [145]
Jonathan Banks (for "Say My Name") Nominated [146]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn (for "Fifty-One") Won [147]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Michelle MacLaren (for "Gliding Over All") Nominated [148]
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series George Mastras (for "Dead Freight") Nominated [149]
Thomas Schnauz (for "Say My Name") Nominated [150]
2014 Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Won [151]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (for "Ozymandias") Won [152]
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Aaron Paul (for "Confessions") Won [153]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Anna Gunn (for "Ozymandias") Won [154]
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Vince Gilligan (for "Felina") Nominated [155]
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Moira Walley-Beckett (for "Ozymandias") Won [156]
Vince Gilligan (for "Felina") Nominated [157]
Producers Guild of America Awards 2010 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Stewart Lyons, and Karen Moore Nominated [158]
[159]
2011 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama Melissa Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons, and Michelle MacLaren Nominated [160]
[161]
2013 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama Diane Mercer, Stewart Lyons, Mark Johnson, Peter Gould, Bryan Cranston, Melissa Bernstein, Michelle MacLaren, Thomas Schnauz, George Mastras, Vince Gilligan, and Moira Walley-Beckett Nominated [162][163]
2014 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons, Michelle MacLaren, George Mastras, Diane Mercer, Thomas Schnauz, and Moira Walley-Beckett Won [164]
2015 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons, Michelle MacLaren, George Mastras, Diane Mercer, Thomas Schnauz, and Moira Walley-Beckett Won [165]
Satellite Awards 2008 Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Won [166]
2009 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Won [167]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Won
2010 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Won [168]
[169]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Aaron Paul Nominated
2011 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Nominated [170]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
2012 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Nominated [171]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Giancarlo Esposito Nominated
2014 Best Television Series – Drama Breaking Bad Won [172]
[173]
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bryan Cranston Won
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Aaron Paul Won
Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Anna Gunn Nominated
Outstanding Overall Blu-Ray Breaking Bad: The Complete Series Nominated
Saturn Awards 2009 Best Television Presentation Breaking Bad Nominated [174]
[175]
Best Actor on Television Bryan Cranston Nominated
2010 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Breaking Bad Won [176]
[177]
Best Actor on Television Bryan Cranston Nominated
Best Actress on Television Anna Gunn Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television Aaron Paul Won
Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Raymond Cruz Nominated
2011 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Breaking Bad Won [178]
Best Actor on Television Bryan Cranston Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television Dean Norris Nominated
Aaron Paul Nominated
Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Giancarlo Esposito Nominated
2012 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Breaking Bad Won [179]
[180]
Best Actor on Television Bryan Cranston Won
Best Supporting Actor on Television Aaron Paul Won
Giancarlo Esposito Nominated
Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Steven Bauer Nominated
Mark Margolis Nominated
2013 Best Television Presentation Breaking Bad Won [181]
[182]
Best Actor on Television Bryan Cranston Won[k]
Best Supporting Actor on Television Jonathan Banks Won
Best Supporting Actress on Television Anna Gunn Nominated
2014 Best Television Presentation Breaking Bad Won [183]
[184]
Best Actor on Television Bryan Cranston Nominated
Best Actress on Television Anna Gunn Nominated
Best Supporting Actor on Television Aaron Paul Won
Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Robert Forster Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2010 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Nominated [185]
2011 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Nominated [186]
2012 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Nominated [187]
[188]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Jonathan Banks, Betsy Brandt, Ray Campbell, Bryan Cranston, Giancarlo Esposito, Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk, and Aaron Paul Nominated
2013 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Won [189]
[190]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Jonathan Banks, Betsy Brandt, Bryan Cranston, Laura Fraser, Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk, Aaron Paul, Jesse Plemons, and Steven Michael Quezada Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series Laurence Chavez, Al Goto, Larry Rippenkroeger, and Jimmy Romano Nominated
2014 Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Won [191]
[192]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Anna Gunn Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Michael Bowen, Betsy Brandt, Bryan Cranston, Lavell Crawford, Tait Fletcher, Laura Fraser, Anna Gunn, Matthew T. Metzler, RJ Mitte, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk, Aaron Paul, Jesse Plemons, Steven Michael Quezada, Kevin Rankin, and Patrick Sane Won
Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series Laurence Chavez, Ed Duran, Glenn Foster, Al Goto, and Larry Rippenkroeger Nominated
Society of Camera Operators Awards 2013 Camera Operator of the Year in Television Andrew Voegeli Won [193]
TCA Awards 2008 Outstanding New Program Breaking Bad Nominated [194]
2009 Outstanding Achievement in Drama Breaking Bad Nominated [195]
[196]
Individual Achievement in Drama Bryan Cranston Won
2010 Program of the Year Breaking Bad Nominated [197]
[198]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Breaking Bad Won[l]
Individual Achievement in Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
Aaron Paul Nominated
2012 Program of the Year Breaking Bad Nominated [199]
[200]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Breaking Bad Won
Individual Achievement in Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
2013 Program of the Year Breaking Bad Won [201]
[202]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Breaking Bad Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
2014 Program of the Year Breaking Bad Won [203]
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Breaking Bad Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama Bryan Cranston Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards 2012 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode Bruce Branit, Werner Hahnlein, Greg Nicotero, and William Powloski (for "Face Off") Nominated [204]
Women's Image Network Awards 2013 Outstanding TV Show Directed By a Woman Michelle MacLaren Nominated [205]
Writers Guild of America Awards 2009 Best Episodic Drama Vince Gilligan (for "Pilot") Won [206]
[207]
Patty Lin (for "Gray Matter") Nominated
Best New Series Breaking Bad[m] Nominated
2010 Best Dramatic Series Breaking Bad[n] Nominated [208]
Best Episodic Drama John Shiban (for "Phoenix") Nominated
2011 Best Dramatic Series Breaking Bad[o] Nominated [209]
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Best Episodic Drama George Mastras (for "I.F.T.") Nominated
Gennifer Hutchison (for "I See You") Nominated
2012 Best Dramatic Series Breaking Bad[p] Won [211]
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Best Episodic Drama Vince Gilligan (for "Box Cutter") Won
Thomas Schnauz and Moira Walley-Beckett (for "End Times") Nominated
2013 Best Dramatic Series Breaking Bad[p] Won [214]
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Best Episodic Drama Gennifer Hutchison (for "Buyout") Nominated
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Sam Catlin (for "Fifty-One") Nominated
Thomas Schnauz (for "Say My Name") Nominated
2014 Best Dramatic Series Breaking Bad[p] Won [216]
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Best Episodic Drama Gennifer Hutchison (for "Confessions") Won
Thomas Schnauz (for "Buried") Nominated
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Notes
  1. ^ Season-by-season reception:
    • The first season holds a 86% approval rating based on 42 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 73 based on 27 reviews on Metacritic.[4][5]
    • The second season holds a 97% approval rating based on 35 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 84 based on 19 reviews on Metacritic.[6][7]
    • The third season holds a 100% approval rating based on 35 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 89 based on 15 reviews on Metacritic.[8][9]
    • The fourth season holds a 100% approval rating based on 34 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 96 based on 15 reviews on Metacritic.[10][11]
    • The fifth season holds a 97% approval rating based on 97 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 99 based on 22 reviews on Metacritic.[12][13]
  2. ^ The listed year refers to the date of the ceremony, not necessarily the year in which the corresponding season or episode aired.
  3. ^ Additional nominees: Paula Dal Santo (art director), Billy W. Ray (assistant art director), Derek Jensen (set designer), Derrick Ballard (set designer), Joanna Maes-Corlew (graphic designer), and Michael Flowers (set decorator)[36]
  4. ^ Tied with Game of Thrones
  5. ^ Additional nominees: Stewart A. Lyons (unit production manager), James Paul Hapsas (assistant unit production manager), Ben Scissors (first assistant director), Louis Lanni (second assistant director), Anna Ramey (second second assistant director), and Joann Connolly (additional second assistant director)[84]
  6. ^ Additional nominees: Stewart A. Lyons (unit production manager), James Paul Hapsas (assistant unit production manager), Nina Jack (first assistant director), Anna Ramey (second assistant director), Louis Lanni (second assistant director), Joann Connolly (second second assistant director), and Marcia Woske (additional second assistant director)[86]
  7. ^ Additional nominees: Stewart A. Lyons (unit production manager), James Paul Hapsas (assistant unit production manager), Nina Jack (first assistant director), Louis Lanni (second assistant director), Anna Ramey (second second assistant director), and Marcia Woske (additional second assistant director)[86]
  8. ^ Also nominated for The Walking Dead and Rubicon
  9. ^ Also nominated for The Walking Dead and The Killing
  10. ^ Also nominated for Lone Survivor (2013)
  11. ^ Tied with Kevin Bacon from The Following
  12. ^ Tied with Lost
  13. ^ Nominees: Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Patty Lin, George Mastras, and J. Roberts
  14. ^ Nominees: Sam Catlin, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, George Mastras, J. Roberts, John Shiban, and Moira Walley-Beckett
  15. ^ Nominees: Sam Catlin, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Gennifer Hutchison, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, John Shiban, and Moira Walley-Beckett
  16. ^ a b c Nominees: Sam Catlin, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Gennifer Hutchison, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, and Moira Walley-Beckett
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