Emmys for all but one reality TV and nonfiction category were presented this weekend. Here’s who won.
For the first time since the Television Critics Association created the reality TV award in 2011, a reality show has won for the second time.
Among the new nominees this year are Making It! for reality competition, and in the reality show host category, Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler, James Corden, and Marie Kondo.
All of the shows nominated by the Television Critics Association, including Queer Eye, Surviving R. Kelly, Making It, and Nailed It.
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Eeeee, aaaa! Survivor is partially to blame for the screeching sound effect used to illustrate tension and drama on so many reality shows.
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Drag Race broke The Voice’s streak and became only the fourth show ever to win the outstanding reality competition Emmy.
Here’s who won Emmys among reality TV shows, documentary series, and nonfiction programs, including the award for best reality TV host.
Moonves continued to play an active role in CBS’ reality TV shows, including approving final casts of shows such as Big Brother and Survivor; he also previously defended Big Brother’s bigotry and bad behavior.
Five reality shows and four documentary series were nominated TCA Awards, including Nailed It, The Great British Baking Show, Queer Eye, Wild Wild Country, RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Here’s who won.
The 2018 Emmy nominations were announced this morning, and they are very, very familiar. Again.
This is perhaps the strongest slate and toughest competition I’ve seen in the eight years that the Television Critics Association has recognized outstanding reality television.
Emmy nomination voting started today, and the nominating ballots reveal which reality TV shows, hosts, and crew members are eligible to be nominated.
ABC has more reality TV shows on the fall 2018 schedule than all other broadcast networks combined.