Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Structured Reality Program

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Outstanding Structured Reality Program is a Primetime Emmy Award handed out for structured reality formats annually at the Creative Arts Emmy Award ceremony. In 2014, the category Outstanding Reality Program was separated into two categories – Outstanding Structured Reality Program and Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program. [1]

Winners and nominees

2010s

Year Program Producers Network
2013-2014
(66th)
Shark Tank Mark Burnett, Clay Newbill, Phil Gurin, executive producers; Yun Lingner, co-executive producers; Becky Blitz, senior producer; Sami Aziz, Heather M. Dreiling, Michael Kramer, Laura Roush, Kate Ryu, producers ABC
Antiques Roadshow Marsha Bemko, executive producer; Sam Farrell, supervising producer; Sarah K. Elliott, producer PBS
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Guy Fieri, Frank Matson, Kat Higgins, and Tim McOsker, executive producers Food Network
MythBusters Jamie Hyneman, Adam Savage, Dan Tapster, John Luscombe, and Cameo Wallace, executive producers; Lauren Williams and Steve Christiansen, senior producers; Dennis Kwon, Linda Wolkovitch, and Eric Haven, producers Discovery Channel
Undercover Boss Eli Holzman, Stephen Lambert, and Chris Carlson, executive producers; Scott Cooper, Abigail Shafran, Mike Cotton, Brielle Lebsack Cohen, co-executive producers; Rachelle Mendez, Margaret Burris, supervising producers CBS
Who Do You Think You Are? Alex Graham, Pamela Healey, Lisa Kudrow, Dan Bucatinsky, Al Edgington, executive producers; Lisa Bohacek, co-executive producer; Jim Albarano, Alexandra Orton, Heather Ross, producers TLC
2014-2015
(67th)
Shark Tank ABC
Antiques Roadshow PBS
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Food Network
MythBusters Discovery Channel
Property Brothers HGTV
Undercover Boss CBS

References