Le Primetime Emmy Award du meilleur scénario pour une émission de divertissement (Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series) est une récompense de télévision décernée depuis 1957 au cours des Primetime Emmy Awards par l'Académie des arts et des sciences de la télévision.La catégorie a connu de nombreux changement d'intitulé, incluant les séries de variété, musicales ou comiques.

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  • Le Primetime Emmy Award du meilleur scénario pour une émission de divertissement (Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series) est une récompense de télévision décernée depuis 1957 au cours des Primetime Emmy Awards par l'Académie des arts et des sciences de la télévision.La catégorie a connu de nombreux changement d'intitulé, incluant les séries de variété, musicales ou comiques. L'intitulé actuel date de 2012.Depuis 2003, et à l'exception de l'année 2007, deux séries se sont partagé les récompenses : The Daily Show et son spin-off, The Colbert Report, toutes les deux diffusées sur Comedy Central.
  • The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series debuted in 1957, and has been annually awarded most years since 1964. It has had many slight name changes, mostly involving the addition or subtraction of the word comedy. Generally, the category has recognized the writers of variety and sketch comedy shows. However, in 1957, 1964, and 1979, it was the main category for writers of situation comedies, which have otherwise been recognized in a wholly separate category.For most of the 1970s, the category was effectively split into two branches. From 1971 to 1978, one-off specials were awarded separately from ongoing series. Since then, the writers of one-off variety specials have competed against series writers, and have very occasionally won, as in 1991 and 2000. This has led to some anomalies, such as when a special edition of Late Night with David Letterman beat out regular editions of The Tracey Ullman Show and Saturday Night Live in 1987 — despite the fact that typical episodes of Late Night were not nominated that year.The category eventually found greater stability with its name in 1982, when it settled on Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program for almost two decades. In 2000, it added the word comedy, thus allowing for the current form of the name. Of all the writing Emmy categories, it has recently become the one most dominated by cable networks. Since 1996 it has been won by a major terrestrial broadcaster only twice, with the overwhelming majority of winners coming from HBO and Comedy Central.
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  • Le Primetime Emmy Award du meilleur scénario pour une émission de divertissement (Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series) est une récompense de télévision décernée depuis 1957 au cours des Primetime Emmy Awards par l'Académie des arts et des sciences de la télévision.La catégorie a connu de nombreux changement d'intitulé, incluant les séries de variété, musicales ou comiques.
  • The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series debuted in 1957, and has been annually awarded most years since 1964. It has had many slight name changes, mostly involving the addition or subtraction of the word comedy. Generally, the category has recognized the writers of variety and sketch comedy shows.
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