Primetime Emmy Award For Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Primetime Emmy Award For Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

The Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series is awarded to one television episode each year at the Primetime Emmy Awards. Often regarded as the highest honor that can be bestowed upon an individual episode of television, the nominees and winners often reflect outstanding achievement in character, emotion, and storytelling.

In the following list, the first titles listed in blue background or in bold are the winners; those not in blue or bolded are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place.

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