Awards

1990

  • Winner of a “Broadcasting Press Guild Award” in the “Broadcasting Press Guild Award” the best imported TV program.
  • Winner of a “Artios” of the “Casting Society of America, USA” for the best casting for TV program, in dramatic episode (Johanna Ray).
  • Nominated to 8 Emmy Awards
    • Best music of header (Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch).
    • Best music for dramatic series (Angelo Badalamenti) the music of the episode 2.
    • Best music and lyrics (Angelo Badalamenti-> music, David LYnch -> Letter) by song “Into the night”, Chapter 5.
    • Best dramatic series (Mark Frost, David Lynch, Gregg Fienberg, David J. Latt).
    • Best actress in a drama series (Piper Laurie).
    • Best edition of sound for series (John A. Larsen, Matt Sawelson, John Haeny, Pat McCormick,Albert Edmund Lord III, Fred Cipriano, Bruce P. Michaels, Lori L. Eschler) by episode 7.
    • Best supporting actress (Sherilyn Fenn).
    • Best dramatic script (Harley Peyton) by episode 3.
  • Winner of 2 “TCA Award” in the “Television Critics Association Awards”
    • Best drama.
    • Program of the year.

 

1991

  • Nominated to a “ASC Award” of the “American Society of Cinematographers, USA” best photography in series/pilots (Ronald Víctor García).
  • Nominated to a “DGA Award” of the “Directors Guild of America, USA” best night show address (Lesli Linka Glatter) by episode 13.
  • Nominated to 4 Emmy Awards
    • Best actor in a drama series (Kyle MacLachlan).
    • Best edition of sound for series (Richard Taylor, Pat McCormick, Richard F.W. Davis, Thomas DeGorter, Albert Edmund Lord III and Lori L. Eschler) by episode 25.
    • Best mix sound for dramatic series (Don Summer, Gary Alexander and Adam Jenkins ) by episode 25.
    • Best supporting actress in a drama series (Piper Laurie).
  • Winner of 3 Golden Globes
    • Best drama TV series.
    • Best actor in a dramatic TV series (Kyle MacLachlan).
    • Best supporting actress in a series, mini-series or TV movie (Piper Laurie).
  • Nominated for another Golden Globe for best actress in series, mini-series or TV movie (Sherilyn Fenn).
  • Nominated for a Grammy to the best musical composition for television (Angelo Badalamenti).
  • Nominated to 10 “SOAP Opera Digest Award” in the “SOAP Opera Digest Awards”
    • Best hero of the prime time (Michael Ontkean).
    • Best heroine of the prime time (Lara Flynn Boyle).
    • Best actoz of the prime time (Kyle MacLachlan).
    • Best series (“SOAP Opera”) of the prime time.
    • Best story line of the prime time (Who killed Laura Palmer?).
    • Best supporting actor of the prime time (Everett McGill).
    • Best supporting actress of the prime time (Peggy Lipton).
    • Best supporting actress of the prime time (Madchen Amick).
    • Best villain of the prime time (Richard Beymer).
    • Best villain of the prime time (Piper Laurie).
  • A TP of Gold-winning the best foreign series.

1992

  • Winner of a “TV Prize” in the “Aftonbladet TV Prize, Sweden” the best foreign series.
  • Nominated to 4 “SOAP Opera Digest Award” in the “SOAP Opera Digest Awards”
    • Best death scene of the prime time (Sheryl Lee, for the murder of “Maddie Ferguson”).
    • Best actor of the prime time (Kyle MacLachlan).
    • Best actress of the prime time (Piper Laurie).
    • Best show of the prime time.