25th Primetime Emmy Awards

25th Primetime Emmy Awards
DateMay 20, 1973
LocationShubert Theatre,
Los Angeles, California
Presented byAcademy of Television Arts and Sciences
Hosted byJohnny Carson
Highlights
Most awardsThe Waltons (5)
Most nominationsThe Waltons (9)
Outstanding Comedy SeriesAll in the Family
Outstanding Drama SeriesThe Waltons
Outstanding Limited SeriesTom Brown's Schooldays
Outstanding Variety Musical SeriesThe Julie Andrews Hour
Television/radio coverage
NetworkABC
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The 25th Emmy Awards, later known as the 25th Primetime Emmy Awards, were handed out on May 20, 1973. The ceremony was hosted by Johnny Carson. This would be the final ceremony that included daytime categories, as the Daytime Emmy Awards premiered the next year. Winners are listed in bold and series' networks are in parentheses.

The top shows of the night were All in the Family which won its third consecutive Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, and The Waltons. The Waltons, in its first season, had the most major nominations heading into the ceremony (9), and won the most major awards on the night with five.

Winners and nominees

Source:

Programs

Programs
Outstanding Program Achievement in Daytime Drama
Outstanding Program Achievement in Daytime
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming - Informational/Factual
Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming - Entertainment/Fictional
Outstanding Achievement in Sports Programming
  • America (NBC)
    • The Julie Andrews Hour (ABC)
    • Kung Fu (ABC)
    • M*A*S*H (CBS)
    • Maude (CBS)
    • The Waltons (CBS)

Acting

Lead performances

Acting

Supporting performances

Single performances

Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Directing

Directing
  • The Julie Andrews Hour (ABC): "Lisa Doolittle and Mary Poppins" – Bill Davis
    • The Flip Wilson Show (NBC): "Roberta Flack and Burt Reynolds" – Tim Kiley
    • The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (CBS): "Mike Connors" – Art Fisher

Writing

Writing
  • Acts of Love and Other Comedies (ABC)
    • The Lily Tomlin Show (CBS)
    • Liza with a Z (NBC)
  • The Carol Burnett Show (CBS): "Steve Lawrence and Lily Tomlin"
    • The Flip Wilson Show (NBC): "Sammy Davis Jr., Ed Sullivan and Marilyn Michaels"
    • The Julie Andrews Hour (ABC): "Eliza Doolittle and Mary Poppins"
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Original Teleplay
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Adaptation

Most major nominations

Networks with multiple major nominations
Network Number of
Nominations
CBS 64
ABC 31
NBC 28
PBS 14
Programs with multiple major nominations
Program Category Network Number of
Nominations
The Waltons Drama CBS 9
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Comedy 8
All in the Family 7
M*A*S*H
That Certain Summer Special ABC 6
1972 Summer Olympics Sports 4
Columbo Drama NBC
The Julie Andrews Hour Variety ABC
Kung Fu Drama
The Marcus-Nelson Murders Special CBS
The Electric Company Children's PBS 3
The Flip Wilson Show Variety NBC
The Hollywood Squares Daytime
Liza with a Z Variety
Mannix Drama CBS
Maude Comedy
The Red Pony Special NBC
Sesame Street Children's PBS
ABC Afterschool Special: "The Last of the Curlews" Children's ABC 2
Applause Variety CBS
Cannon Drama
The Carol Burnett Show Variety
The Last of the Mohicans Limited PBS
The Life of Leonardo da Vinci CBS
Long Day's Journey Into Night Special ABC
McMillan & Wife Drama NBC
The Odd Couple Comedy ABC
Once Upon a Mattress Variety CBS
Sanford and Son Comedy NBC
The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour Variety CBS
Tom Brown's Schooldays Limited PBS

Most major awards

Networks with multiple major awards
Network Number of
Awards
CBS 17
ABC 11
PBS 6
NBC 5
Programs with multiple major awards
Program Category Network Number of
Awards
The Waltons Drama CBS 5
The Mary Tyler Moore Show Comedy 4
1972 Summer Olympics Sports ABC 2
All in the Family Comedy CBS
The Julie Andrews Hour Variety ABC
Liza with a Z NBC
The Marcus-Nelson Murders Limited CBS
Tom Brown's Schooldays Limited PBS
Notes
  1. ^ a b "Major" constitutes the categories listed above: Program, Acting, Directing, and Writing. Does not include the technical categories.

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