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Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2003: Art Direction - Single-Camera Series (nominated) 6632
2 2005: Directing - Drama Series (Alex Graves, nominated) 6238
3 2000: Costumes - Drama Series (nominated) 4290
4 2006: Directing - Drama Series (Mimi Lederer, nominated) 4043
5 2001: Art Direction - Single-Camera Series (nominated) 3873
6 2004: Art Direction - Single-Camera Series (nominated) 3525
7 2002: Art Direction - Single-Camera Series 3335

Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: ALMA Awards

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2005: Outstanding Actor - TV Series (Jimmy Smits for playing "Congressman Matthew Santos", won) 6238
2 2000: Outstanding Actor - TV Series (Martin Sheen, won) 4290
3 2001: Outstanding Actor - TV Series (Martin Sheen, nominated) 3873
4 1999: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen for playing "President Josiah Bartlet", nominated) 3447

Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: Directors Guild of America

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2003: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Chris Misiano for "25", won) 6632
2 2000: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Paris Barclay for "The Portland Trip", nominated) 4290
3 2001: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Paris Barclay for "The Indians in the Lobby", nominated) 3873
4 1999: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Thomas Schlamme for "Pilot", nominated) 3447
5 2002: Outstanding Directing - Drama Series, Night (Paris Barclay for "Debate Camp", nominated) 3335

Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: Golden Globe Awards

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2003: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated) 6632
2 2000: Best Actor - Drama Series (Rob Lowe, nominated) 4290
3 2001: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated) 3873
4 1999: Best Actor - Drama Series (Rob Lowe for playing "Sam Seaborn", nominated) 3447
5 2002: Best Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated) 3335

Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: Producers Guild of America

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2003: Producer of the Year - Episodic Drama (nominated) 6632
2 2000: Producer of the Year - Episodic Drama (won) 4290
3 2001: Producer of the Year - Episodic Drama (won) 3873
4 2004: Producer of the Year - Episodic Drama (nominated) 3525
5 1999: Producer of the Year - Episodic (nominated) 3447
6 2002: Producer of the Year - Episodic Drama (nominated) 3335

Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: Screen Actors Guild

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2003: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated) 6632
2 2005: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Alan Alda for playing "Senator Arnold Vinick", nominated) 6238
3 2000: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, won) 4290
4 2001: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, won) 3873
5 2004: Outstanding Actress - Drama Series (Allison Janney, nominated) 3525
6 1999: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen for playing "President Josiah Bartlet", nominated) 3447
7 2002: Outstanding Actor - Drama Series (Martin Sheen, nominated) 3335

Top awards and nominations received by The West Wing: Writers Guild of America

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 2003: Best Writing - Episodic Drama (Alexa Junge and Lauren Schmidt for "Disaster Relief", nominated) 6632
2 2005: Best Writing - Drama Series (nominated) 6238
3 2000: Best Writing - Episodic Drama (Patrick Caddell and four others for "Enemies", nominated) 4290
4 2006: Best Writing - Episodic Drama (Eli Attie and John Wells for "Election Day: Part 2", nominated) 4043
5 2001: Best Writing - Episodic Drama (Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin for "Somebody's Going To Emergency, Somebody's Going To Jail", nominated) 3873
6 2004: Best Writing - Episodic Drama (Debora Cahn for "The Supremes", won) 3525
7 2002: Best Writing - Episodic Drama (Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin for "Game On", nominated) 3335

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