Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie is an award presented annually by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It is given in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role on a television limited series or television movie for the primetime network season.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
Awarded forOutstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
CountryUnited States
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded1975
Currently held byPatricia Arquette,
The Act (2019)
Websiteemmys.com

The award was first presented at the 27th Primetime Emmy Awards on May 19, 1975, to Juliet Mills for her role as Samantha Cody in QB VII. The award ceremony garnered criticism during the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards when Ellen Burstyn received a nomination for her work in Mrs. Harris (2005), despite having 14 seconds of screen time and 38 words of dialogue.[1] This resulted in a rule change, requiring nominees submitting for the category to have more than 5% screen-time on their respective projects.[1]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 38 actresses. Regina King, Jane Alexander, Judy Davis, Colleen Dewhurst, and Mare Winningham have each won two awards. Kathy Bates is the most nominated actress in the category, with seven nominations.

Winners and nominations

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
Indicates the winning actress.

1970s

Year Actress Role Program Network
1975
(27th)
[2][3]
Juliet Mills Samantha Cady QB VII ABC
Eileen HeckartHerman's MotherWedding Band ABC
Charlotte RaeHelenQueen of the Stardust Ballroom
Lee RemickLady MargaretQB VII
1976
(28th)
[4]
Rosemary Murphy Sara Delano Roosevelt Eleanor and Franklin ABC
Lois NettletonNan ClaybourneFear on TrialCBS
Lilia Skala Mlle. Souvestre Eleanor and Franklin ABC
Irene TedrowMary Hall
1977
(29th)
[5]
Diana Hyland (posthumously) Mickey Lubitch The Boy in the Plastic Bubble ABC
Ruth GordonCecilia WeissThe Great Houdini ABC
Rosemary MurphySara RooseveltEleanor and Franklin: The White House Years
Patricia NealSen. Margaret Chase SmithTail Gunner Joe NBC
Susan OliverNeta "Snookie" SnookAmelia Earhart
1978
(30th)
[6]
Eva Le Gallienne Fanny Cavendish The Royal Family PBS
Tyne DalyKaren RenshawIntimate StrangersABC
Patty DukeWendyA Family Upside Down NBC
Mariette HartleyClare GardinerThe Last Hurrah
Cloris LeachmanClara OddbodyIt Happened One ChristmasABC
Viveca LindforsDr. RosenA Question of GuiltCBS
1979
(31st)
[7]
Esther Rolle Ruth Summer of My German Soldier NBC
Ruby DeeQueen HaleyRoots: The Next GenerationsABC
Colleen DewhurstMrs. O'NeilSilent Victory: The Kitty O'Neil StoryCBS
Eileen Heckart Eleanor Roosevelt Backstairs at the White House NBC
Celeste HolmFlorence Harding

1980s

Year Actress Role Program Network
1980
(32nd)
[8]
Mare Winningham Marlene Burkhardt Amber Waves ABC
Eileen HeckartEleanor RooseveltF.D.R.: The Last YearNBC
Patricia NealMrs. BaumerAll Quiet on the Western FrontCBS
Carrie NyeTallulah BankheadMoviola: The Scarlett O'Hara WarNBC
1981
(33rd)
[9]
Jane Alexander Alma Rose Playing for Time CBS
Colleen Dewhurst Val The Women's Room ABC
Patty DukeLily
Shirley KnightFrau Lagerfuhrerin Maria MandelPlaying for Time CBS
Piper LaurieMagda GoebbelsThe Bunker
1982
(34th)
[10]
Penny Fuller Mrs. Kendal The Elephant Man ABC
Claire BloomLady MarchmainBrideshead RevisitedPBS
Judy DavisYoung Golda MeirA Woman Called GoldaSyndicated
Vicki LawrenceThelma “Mama” HarperEunice CBS
Rita MorenoRosella DeLeonPortrait of a Showgirl
1983
(35th)
[11]
Jean Simmons Fee Cleary The Thorn Birds ABC
Judith AndersonNurseKennedy Center Tonight: MedeaPBS
Polly BergenRhoda HenryThe Winds of WarABC
Bette DavisAlice Gwynnne VanderbiltLittle Gloria... Happy at LastNBC
Piper LaurieAnne MuellerThe Thorn BirdsABC
1984
(36th)
[12]
Roxana Zal Amelia Bennett Something About Amelia ABC
Beverly D'AngeloStella DuBois KowalskiA Streetcar Named DesireABC
Patty DukeMartha WashingtonGeorge WashingtonCBS
Cloris LeachmanMary KovacsErnie Kovacs: Between the LaughterABC
Tuesday WeldMargie Young-HuntThe Winter of Our DiscontentCBS
1985
(37th)
[13]
Kim Stanley Big Mama Cat on a Hot Tin Roof PBS
Penny FullerMaeCat on a Hot Tin RoofPBS
Ann JillianNellie ByfieldEllis IslandCBS
Deborah KerrEmma HarteA Woman of SubstanceOPT
Alfre WoodardClaudie SillsWords by HeartPBS
1986
(38th)
[14]
Colleen Dewhurst Barbara Petherton Between Two Women ABC
Phyllis FrelichJanice RyderLove Is Never SilentNBC
Dorothy McGuireHester FarrellAmosCBS
Vanessa RedgraveTsarevna SophiaPeter the Great NBC
Sylvia SidneyBeatrice McKennaAn Early Frost
1987
(39th)
[15]
Piper Laurie Annie Gilbert Promise CBS
Claudette ColbertAlice GrenvilleThe Two Mrs. Grenvilles NBC
Olivia de HavillandDowager Empress MariaAnastasia: The Mystery of Anna
Christine LahtiAlthea MilfordAmerikaABC
Elizabeth WilsonBerenice BradshawNutcracker: Money, Madness and MurderNBC
1988
(40th)
[16]
Jane Seymour Maria Callas Onassis: The Richest Man in the World ABC
Stockard ChanningSusan ReinertEchoes in the DarknessCBS
Ruby DeeElizabeth KeckleyLincolnNBC
Julie HarrisAliceThe Woman He Loved CBS
Lisa JacobsAnne FrankThe Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank
1989
(41st)
[17]
Colleen Dewhurst Margaret Page Those She Left Behind NBC
Peggy AshcroftMiss DuberA Perfect SpyPBS
Polly BergenRhoda HenryWar and RemembranceABC
Glenne HeadlyElmira JohnsonLonesome DoveCBS
Paula KellyTheresaThe Women of Brewster PlaceABC

1990s

Year Actress Role Program Network
1990
(42nd)
[18]
Eva Marie Saint Lil Van Degan Altemus People Like Us NBC
Stockard ChanningLiz SappersteinPerfect WitnessHBO
Colleen DewhurstHepzibahLantern HillDisney
Swoosie KurtzJoanne Winstow-DarvishThe ImageHBO
Irene WorthDolly KeelingThe Shell SeekersABC
1991
(43rd)
[19]
Ruby Dee Rowena Decoration Day NBC
Olympia DukakisKatherine CampbellLucky DayABC
Vanessa RedgraveEmpress ElizabethYoung CatherineTNT
Doris RobertsMimi FinklesteinThe Sunset GangPBS
Elaine StritchRoseAn Inconvenient WomanABC
1992
(44th)
[20]
Amanda Plummer Lusia Miss Rose White NBC
Anne BancroftKate JeromeBroadway BoundABC
Bibi BeschLisa CarterDoing Time on Maple DriveFox
Penny Fuller Miss Kate Ryan Miss Rose White NBC
Maureen StapletonTanta Perla
1993
(45th)
[21]
Mary Tyler Moore Georgia Tann Stolen Babies Lifetime
Ann-MargretSally JacksonAlex Haley's QueenCBS
Lee GrantDora CohnCitizen CohnHBO
Peggy McCayVirginia BembenekWoman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek StoryNBC
Joan PlowrightOlgaStalinHBO
1994
(46th)
[22]
Cicely Tyson Castalia Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All CBS
Anne BancroftLucy Marsden (age 99–100)Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells AllCBS
Swoosie KurtzMrs. JohnstoneAnd the Band Played OnHBO
Lee PurcellAnn TheilmanSecret Sins of the FatherNBC
Lily TomlinDr. Selma DritzAnd the Band Played OnHBO
1995
(47th)
[23]
Judy Davis Diane Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story NBC
Shirley KnightPeggy BuckeyIndictment: The McMartin TrialHBO
Sônia BragaRegina de CatrvalhoThe Burning SeasonHBO
Sissy SpacekSpring RenfroThe Good Old BoysTNT
Sada ThompsonVirginia McMartinIndictment: The McMartin TrialHBO
1996
(48th)
[24]
Greta Scacchi Tsarina Alexandra Rasputin HBO
Kathy BatesHelen KushnickThe Late Shift HBO
Diana ScarwidBess TrumanTruman
Mare WinninghamSheilaThe Boys Next DoorCBS
Alfre WoodardQueen of BrobdingnagGulliver's TravelsNBC
1997
(49th)
[25]
Diana Rigg Mrs. Danvers Rebecca PBS
Kirstie AlleyRose Marie ClericuzioThe Last DonCBS
Bridget FondaAnneIn the GloamingHBO
Glenne HeadlyAunt RuthBastard out of Carolina Showtime
Frances McDormandGusHidden in America
1998
(50th)
[26]
Mare Winningham Lurleen Wallace George Wallace TNT
Helena Bonham CarterMorgan le FayMerlinNBC
Julie HarrisLeonora NelsonEllen Foster CBS
Judith IveyLucilleWhat the Deaf Man Heard
Angelina JolieCornelia WallaceGeorge WallaceTNT
1999
(51st)
[27]
Anne Bancroft Gerry Eileen Cummins Deep in My Heart CBS
Jacqueline Bisset Isabelle d'Arc Joan of Arc CBS
Olympia DukakisMother Babette
Bebe NeuwirthDorothy ParkerDash and LillyA&E
Cicely TysonTante LouA Lesson Before DyingHBO
Dianne WiestSarah McClellanThe Simple Life of Noah DearbornCBS

2000s

Year Actress Role Program Network
2000
(52nd)
[28]
Vanessa Redgrave Edith Tree If These Walls Could Talk 2 HBO
Kathy BatesAgatha HanniganAnnieABC
Elizabeth FranzLinda LomanDeath of a SalesmanShowtime
Melanie GriffithMarion DaviesRKO 281HBO
Maggie SmithBetsey TrotwoodDavid CopperfieldPBS
2001
(53rd)
[29]
Tammy Blanchard Young Judy Garland Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows ABC
Anne BancroftMama GruberHavenCBS
Brenda BlethynAuguste Van PelsAnne Frank: The Whole StoryABC
Holly HunterRebecca WaynonThings You Can Tell Just by Looking at HerShowtime
Audra McDonaldSusie MonahanWitHBO
2002
(54th)
[30]
Stockard Channing Judy Shepard The Matthew Shepard Story NBC
Joan Allen Morgause The Mists of Avalon TNT
Anjelica HustonViviane
Diana RiggBaroness LehzenVictoria and AlbertA&E
Sissy SpacekZelda FitzgeraldLast CallShowtime
2003
(55th)
[31]
Gena Rowlands Virginia Miller Hysterical Blindness HBO
Kathy BakerGladys SullivanDoor to DoorTNT
Anne BancroftContessaThe Roman Spring of Mrs. StoneShowtime
Juliette LewisBeth TocyznskiHysterical BlindnessHBO
Helen MirrenMrs. PorterDoor to DoorTNT
2004
(56th)
[32]
Mary-Louise Parker Harper Pitt Angels in America HBO
Julie AndrewsNannyEloise at ChristmastimeABC
Anne HecheRowena LarsonGracie's ChoiceLifetime
Anjelica HustonCarrie Chapman CattIron Jawed AngelsHBO
Angela LansburyDoraThe Blackwater LightshipCBS
2005
(57th)
[33]
Jane Alexander Sara Roosevelt Warm Springs HBO
Kathy BatesHelena MahoneyWarm SpringsHBO
Camryn ManheimGladys PresleyElvisCBS
Charlize TheronBritt EklandThe Life and Death of Peter Sellers HBO
Joanne WoodwardFrancine WhitingEmpire Falls
2006
(58th)
[34]
Kelly Macdonald Gina The Girl in the Café HBO
Ellen BurstynGerda StedmanMrs. HarrisHBO
Shirley JonesAunt BattyHidden PlacesHallmark
Cloris LeachmanPearl SchwartzMrs. HarrisHBO
Alfre WoodardMrs. BrownThe Water Is WideCBS
2007
(59th)
[35]
Judy Davis Joan McAllister The Starter Wife USA
Toni ColletteKathy GrahamTsunami: The Aftermath HBO
Samantha MortonMyra HindleyLongford
Anna PaquinElaine GoodaleBury My Heart at Wounded Knee
Greta ScacchiMrs. Nola JohnsBroken TrailAMC
2008
(60th)
[36]
Eileen Atkins Deborah Jenkyns Cranford PBS
Laura DernKatherine HarrisRecount HBO
Ashley JensenMaggie JacobsExtras: The Extra Special Series Finale
Audra McDonaldRuth YoungerA Raisin in the SunABC
Alfre WoodardEdna ReillyPictures of Hollis WoodsCBS
2009
(61st)
[37]
Shohreh Aghdashloo Sajida Khairallah Talfah House of Saddam HBO
Marcia Gay HardenJanina KrzyżanowskaThe Courageous Heart of Irena SendlerCBS
Janet McTeerClementine ChurchillInto the Storm HBO
Jeanne TripplehornJacqueline Kennedy OnassisGrey Gardens
Cicely TysonPearlRelative StrangerHallmark

2010s

Year Actress Role Program Network
2010
(62nd)
[38]
Julia Ormond Eustacia Grandin Temple Grandin HBO
Kathy BatesThe Queen of HeartsAliceSyfy
Catherine O'HaraAunt AnnTemple Grandin HBO
Susan Sarandon Janet Good You Don't Know Jack
Brenda VaccaroMargo Janus
2011
(63rd)
[39]
Maggie Smith Violet Crawley Downton Abbey PBS
Eileen AtkinsMaud, Lady HollandUpstairs, DownstairsPBS
Melissa Leo Lucy Gessler Mildred Pierce HBO
Mare WinninghamIda Corwin
Evan Rachel WoodVeda Pierce
2012
(64th)
[40]
Jessica Lange Constance Langdon American Horror Story FX
Frances ConroyMoira O'HaraAmerican Horror StoryFX
Judy DavisJill TankardPage EightPBS
Sarah PaulsonNicolle WallaceGame ChangeHBO
Mare WinninghamSally McCoyHatfields & McCoysHistory
2013
(65th)
[41]
Ellen Burstyn Margaret Barrish Political Animals USA
Sarah PaulsonLana WintersAmerican Horror Story: AsylumFX
Charlotte RamplingSally Gilmartin / Eva DelectorskayaRestlessSundance
Imelda StauntonAlma RevilleThe GirlHBO
Alfre WoodardLouisa "Ouiser" BoudreauxSteel MagnoliasLifetime
2014
(66th)
[42]
Kathy Bates Delphine LaLaurie American Horror Story: Coven FX
Angela BassettMarie LaveauAmerican Horror Story: CovenFX
Ellen BurstynOlivia FoxworthFlowers in the AtticLifetime
Frances ConroyMyrtle SnowAmerican Horror Story: CovenFX
Julia RobertsDr. Emma BrooknerThe Normal HeartHBO
Allison TolmanMolly SolversonFargoFX
2015
(67th)
[43]
Regina King Aliyah Shadeed American Crime ABC
Angela Bassett Desiree Dupree American Horror Story: Freak Show FX
Kathy BatesEthel Darling
Zoe KazanDenise ThibodeauOlive Kitteridge HBO
Mo'NiqueMa RaineyBessie
Sarah PaulsonBette and Dot TattlerAmerican Horror Story: Freak ShowFX
2016
(68th)
[44]
Regina King Terri LaCroix American Crime ABC
Kathy BatesIrisAmerican Horror Story: HotelFX
Olivia ColmanAngela BurrThe Night ManagerAMC
Melissa LeoLady Bird JohnsonAll the WayHBO
Sarah PaulsonHypodermic Sally / Billie Dean HowardAmerican Horror Story: Hotel FX
Jean SmartFloyd GerhardtFargo
2017
(69th)
[45]
Laura Dern Renata Klein Big Little Lies HBO
Judy DavisHedda HopperFeud: Bette and JoanFX
Jackie HoffmanMamacita
Regina KingKimara WaltersAmerican CrimeABC
Michelle PfeifferRuth MadoffThe Wizard of Lies HBO
Shailene WoodleyJane ChapmanBig Little Lies
2018
(70th)
[46]
Merritt WeverMary Agnes McNueGodlessNetflix
Sara BareillesMary MagdaleneJesus Christ Superstar Live in ConcertNBC
Penélope CruzDonatella VersaceThe Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime StoryFX
Judith LightMarilyn Miglin
Adina PorterBeverly HopeAmerican Horror Story: Cult
Letitia WrightNish LeighBlack Museum (Black Mirror)Netflix
2019
(71st)
[47]
Patricia ArquetteDee Dee BlanchardThe ActHulu
Marsha Stephanie BlakeLinda McCrayWhen They See UsNetflix
Patricia ClarksonAdora CrellinSharp ObjectsHBO
Vera FarmigaElizabeth LedererWhen They See UsNetflix
Margaret QualleyAnn ReinkingFosse/VerdonFX
Emily WatsonUlana KhomyukChernobylHBO

Programs with multiple awards

2 awards

Programs with multiple nominations

Performers with multiple awards

2 awards

Performers with multiple nominations

See also

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