For the 6th time in a row, The Amazing Race dominated its competitors in the category for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program at the Emmys! The Television Arts & Sciences created the category in 2002, and every since then The Amazing Race has remained undefeated for the award. This year they competed against American Idol, Dancing With The Stars, Project Runway and Top Chef.
“Thanks Academy, thanks CBS, and thanks to the phenomenal people that made this happen together with us,” co-creator and executive producer Bertram Van Munster said as he accepted the Emmy for The Amazing Race.
Phil Keoghan has hosted The Amazing Race since it first aired on CBS in September 2001, and since their debut, they have won over 10 awards. As a fan, I can honestly say they deserve each and every award.
The Amazing Race provides entertainment with lots of action as teams of 2 race around the world to compete for the grand prize of one million dollars. If you have never tuned in to this reality TV show, I highly recommend you begin with season 13, which will premiere this Sunday, September 28 at 8:00 pm/ET. If you can’t tune in on that date or any date in the near future, or if you would like to watch past seasons of The Amazing Race, head to CBS for full episodes.
On a final note, Satellite TV Guru would like to congratulate CBS and the producers of The Amazing Race on their Emmy win. Keep up the good work, ladies and gentlemen!
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