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Awards/Accolades - Statistics


1993 - MOST ROMATIC TV PROGRAM: The Romance Writers of America

1993 - AMERICAN MEDICAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, PRESIDENT'S RECOGNITION AWARD

1993 - THE 15TH ANNUAL YOUTH IN FILM AWARDS:
- Best New Family Television Series

1993 - YOUTH ACTRESS LEADING ROLE IN A TV SERIES
Erika Flores - "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (nomination)

1993 - BEST ACTOR UNDER TEN IN A TV SERIES OR SHOW
Shawn Toovey - "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (winner - tie)

1993 - BEST NEW TELEVISION SERIES
"Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" - CBS (winner)

1994 - GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS:
- Best Television Series - Drama (Nomination)
- Jane Seymour (Nomination) Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama

1994 - MAXWELL WEINBERG PUBLICIST SHOWMANSHIP AWARD: (THE PUBLICIST GUILD): Liza Rindge (Nomination)

1994 - GENESIS AWARD

1994 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTRESS
Haylie Johnson - "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman" (Becky)(nomination)

1994 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTOR
Shawn Toovey - "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman" (winner)

1994 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: GUEST-STARRING YOUNG ACTRESS
Sabrina Wiener - "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman" (Little Feather in "Buffalo Soldiers")(nomination)

1994 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: GUEST-STARRING YOUNG ACTOR
Ross Malinger - "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman" (Brian's friend Steven)(nomination)

1995 - GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS:
- Jane Seymour Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama

1995 - CATHOLIC IN MEDIA ASSOCIATES AWARDS: Outstanding Television Series

1995 - DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION NATIONAL AWARD: - Beth Sullivan

1995 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTRESS
Jessica Bowman, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (winner)

1995 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTOR
Shawn Toovey, "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman" (winner)

1995 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: GUEST-STARRING YOUNG ACTOR
John Graas, "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman" (Charles, in "The Library")(nomination)

1995 - THE MICHAEL LANDON AWARD: OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO YOUTH THROUGH TELEVISION
"Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" - For Outstanding Family Television Series of the Year
(Beth Sullivan, Executive Producer; Timothy Johnson, Producer; Chad Allen, Jessica Bowman, Shawn Toovey - Young Stars of the Series)

1996 - FAMILY FILM AWARD, OUTSANDING ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES:
- Joe Lando, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (winner)

1996 - YOUNG ARTIST AWARD:
- Outstanding Family Television Series of the Year

1996 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTRESS
Jessica Bowman, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman (nomination)

1996 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTOR
Shawn Toovey, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (winner)

1996 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: GUEST-STARRING YOUNG ACTOR
Zachary McLemore, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman ("Caleb" in "Dead or Alive") (nomination)

1997 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTRESS
Jessica Bowman - "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (nomination)

1997 - BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV DRAMA SERIES: LEADING YOUNG ACTOR
Shawn Toovey - "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (nomination)

1997 - WESTERN HERITAGE AWARD: FICTIONAL TELEVISION DRAMA
"Legend" (winner)

1998 - THE MICHAEL LANDON AWARD: OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO YOUTH THROUGH TELEVISION
The award went to CBS Television Network for its family value shows, with particular mention of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

1998 - THE PRISM AWARDS: TV DRAMA SERIES
The commendation was for the episode "Lead Me Not" which dealt with Jake's final decision to break free from his alcoholism.

1999 - BEST FAMILY TV MOVIE OR PILOT
"Dr.Quinn, Medicine Woman: The Movie" (nomination)

ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES 45TH ANNUAL PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS:
- Diane Ladd (Nomination) Guest Actress in a Drama Series Pilot
- Brienne Glyttov (Nomination) Costume Design for a Series Pilot
- Best Makeup for a Series (Nomination) "Running Ghost"
- Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Pilot

ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES 46TH ANNUAL PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS:
- Roland "Ozzie" Smith Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series "Where the Heart Is/Boston"
- Hairstyling for a Series "Where the Heart Is/Boston
- Brienne Glyttov (Nomination) Costume Design for a Series "Where the Heart Is/Boston"

ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS AND SCIENCES 47TH ANNUAL PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS:
- Barbara Babcock (Nomination) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series "Ladies Night, Parts I and II"
- Roland "Ozzie" Smith (Nomination) Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cinematography for a Series "A Washington Affair"
- Hairstyling for a Series "A Washington Affair"
- Makeup for a Series (Nomination) "Halloween II"
- Sound Editing "A Washington Affair"

20TH ANNUAL PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS:
- Favorite Television Dramatic Series (Nomination)

8TH ANNUAL ASC AWARDS FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY:
- Roland "Ozzie" Smith Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for a Regular Series

3RD ANNUAL ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA AWARDS: Television Episodic Drama (Finalist)

AWRT 19TH ANNUAL COMMENDATION AWARDS: Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

12TH ANNUAL GOLDEN BOOT AWARD: Jane Seymour

FIRST AMERICANS IN THE ARTS:
- Larry Sellers Outstanding Performance by an Actor - Television Series
- Tantoo Cardinal Outstanding Performance by an Actress - Television Series

MPSE GOLDEN REEL AWARDS: Best Sound for a Drama Series (Nomination)

HEROES MEMORIAL FOUNDATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FOUNDER'S AWARD

Statistics

- Due to the open set where Dr. Quinn filmed, viewers from all over the globe were able to come and visit the set to see filming, as well as interact with the cast and crew; it was a very uncommon thing for a TV show, but it greatly helped secure the international acclaim.

- Dr. Quinn, at its peak, aired in 98 countries, including Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Italy, Germany, England, Greece, Japan, Australia, Mexico, Canada, and France.

- There was an average of 12 million weekly viewers in the US out of the total who had Nielson boxes in their homes; but well over 30 million total viewers each week who watched the program.

- Actors from the show have their role on Dr. Quinn forever attached to their name, whenever they are mentioned or seen.

- There was an international campaign after the show was untimely canceled in order to secure two made-for-TV movies, and they are currently working to get a 3rd one; this campaign was mentioned in USA Today, the LA Times, and various magazines and newspapers throughout the US and around the world.

- After the show was canceled in 1998, Jane's site received over 1 million hits in less than a month, all complaining about the cancelation and expressing how much the show meant to them and touched their hearts; these were people from all ages and all walks of life, men and women alike (teachers, lawyers, doctors, executives students, housewives, fathers, mothers, retirees, young couples, etc.).

- In 1998, around 50-75 people came from all over the world to protest the cancelation of Dr. Quinn in front of the CBS building in Los Angeles, stating that it's just another example of the loss of quality shows on TV these days that the entire family can watch and enjoy together without worrying if the content is appropriate for their children to hear.

- Jane Seymour's official web site receives anywhere from 300-500 hits each day, and the Dr. Quinn section is the most requested section on the site.

- This web site has had over 600,000 since June of 2001 (also has a very active message board).

- The web site devoted to Joe Lando has a very active message board and hundreds of loyal followers.

- Hundreds of people came from all over the world and as far away as Australia to attend the ceremony and events surrounding Jane receiving her Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and over 75% of those in attendance were viewers of Dr. Quinn.

- The funds for Jane's Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (over $48,000) were raised entirely by followers of Jane's work (70% of those funds from Dr. Quinn viewers).

- Hallmark airs the syndicated episodes here in the US, and it's their #1 day-time show -- they get new viewers every day.

- Columbia House has selected videos available from the series, and they always sell out of the videos before they are able to get them shipped, so there is frequently a backorder status on them.

- A&E is producing the complete seasons on DVD *with* bonus material. You can find information about them at the Mercantile.

- There are thousands of fans who come to Jane's art shows and booksignings just to keep in touch with her.

- There are hundreds who sign Jane's guestbook on her web site and almost all of them express their love for Dr. Quinn and how much they miss the show, inquiring about new movies.

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