Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show is an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It is given in honor of a game show that features "contestants, either alone or as part of a team, who play a game involving answering questions or solving problems for money and/or prizes".[1] Programs that have aired at least 15 original episodes for the calendar year are eligible to enter.[1]

Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show
Awarded forOutstanding Game Show
CountryUnited States
Presented by
First awarded1974
Currently held byJeopardy! (2020)
Most awardsJeopardy! (17)
Most nominationsJeopardy! (37)
Websiteemmyonline.org/daytime

The 1st Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony was held in 1974 with the game show Password receiving the award.[2] The award category was originally called Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show before changing to its current title in 2013.[2][3][4] The awards ceremony was not aired on television in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for voting integrity.[5][6] The Emmy was named after an "Immy", an affectionate term used to refer to the image orthicon camera tube.[7] The statuette was designed by Louis McManus, who modeled the award after his wife, Dorothy.[7] The Emmy statuette is fifteen inches tall from base to tip, weighing five pounds and is composed of iron, pewter, zinc and gold.[7]

Since its inception, the award has been given to ten game shows. In 1980, The $20,000 Pyramid and Hollywood Squares tied for the award, which was the first tie in this category. This situation repeated later only in 2011, with Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, both created by Merv Griffin and currently produced by Sony Pictures Television, tying for the award. In 2006, Jeopardy! became the series with the most wins in the category when it won a tenth time, surpassing Pyramid's previous record of nine; Jeopardy! went on to win in six additional years, ultimately receiving seventeen wins. All eight wins for The Price Is Right have taken place since 1988. Jeopardy! also has been nominated on 36 occasions, more than any other series. As of the 2020 ceremony, Jeopardy! is the most recent winner in this category.

Winners and nomineesEdit

Table key
  Indicates the winner
 
Password was the first winner of this category in 1974 and won it again as Password Plus a decade later.
 
Hollywood Squares won four times in the late 1970s-early 1980s while the revival was nominated five times in the 2000s.
 
Art Fleming was the original host of Jeopardy! (the show was twice nominated before Alex Trebek took over in 1984).
 
Both the Monty Hall and Wayne Brady versions of Let's Make a Deal were nominated for the same award.
 
Match Game, hosted by Gene Rayburn, was nominated twice in the 1970s.
 
The Pyramid franchise featuring Dick Clark won multiple times in the 1970s-1980s.
 
Wheel of Fortune won once (out of twenty nominations) in a 2001 tie with Jeopardy!.
Year Program Network Ref.
1970s
1974
(1st)
Password  
ABC
[2]
Hollywood Squares
NBC
Jeopardy!
NBC
1975
(2nd)
Hollywood Squares  
NBC
[8]
The $10,000 Pyramid
ABC
Jeopardy!
NBC
Let's Make a Deal
ABC
1976
(3rd)
The $20,000 Pyramid  
ABC
[9]
Hollywood Squares
NBC
Let's Make a Deal
ABC
Match Game
CBS
The Price Is Right
CBS
1977
(4th)
Family Feud  
ABC
[10]
The $10,000 Pyramid
ABC
Hollywood Squares
NBC
Match Game
CBS
Tattletales
CBS
1978
(5th)
Hollywood Squares  
NBC
[11]
The $20,000 Pyramid
ABC
[12]
Family Feud
ABC
1979
(6th)
Hollywood Squares  
NBC
[13]
The $20,000 Pyramid
ABC
[14]
Family Feud
ABC
1980s
1980
(7th)
The $20,000 Pyramid  
ABC
[15]
Hollywood Squares  
NBC
Family Feud
ABC
1981
(8th)
The $20,000 Pyramid  
ABC
[16]
Family Feud
ABC
Hollywood Squares
NBC
1982
(9th)
Password Plus  
NBC
[17]
Family Feud
ABC
[18]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
NBC
1983
(10th)
The $25,000 Pyramid  
CBS
[19]
Family Feud
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
1984
(11th)
The $25,000 Pyramid  
CBS
[20]
Family Feud
Syndicated
[20]
The Price Is Right
CBS
1985
(12th)
The $25,000 Pyramid  
CBS
[21]
Family Feud
Syndicated
[22]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1986
(13th)
The $25,000 Pyramid  
CBS
[23]
Family Feud
Syndicated
[24]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1987
(14th)
The $25,000 Pyramid  
CBS
[25]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[26]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1988
(15th)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[27]
The $25,000 Pyramid
CBS
[28]
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
Win, Lose or Draw
NBC
1989
(16th)
The $25,000 Pyramid  
CBS
[29]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[30]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
Win, Lose or Draw
NBC
1990s
1990
(17th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[31]
The Price Is Right
CBS
[30]
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
Win, Lose or Draw
NBC
1991
(18th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[32]
The $100,000 Pyramid
Syndicated
[33]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1992
(19th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[34]
The $100,000 Pyramid
Syndicated
[35]
Family Feud
Syndicated
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
1993
(20th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[36]
The Family Feud Challenge
CBS
[37]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1994
(21st)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[38]
The Price Is Right
CBS
[39]
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1995
(22nd)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[40]
American Gladiators
Syndicated
[41]
MTV's 4th Annual Rock 'n' Jock B-Ball Jam
MTV
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1996
(23rd)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[42]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[43]
1997
(24th)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[44]
Debt
Lifetime
[45]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
Secrets of the Cryptkeeper's Haunted House
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
1998
(25th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[46]
Pictionary
Syndicated
[47]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
Win Ben Stein's Money
Comedy Central
1999
(26th)
Win Ben Stein's Money  
Comedy Central
[48]
Hollywood Squares
Syndicated
[49]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
2000s
2000
(27th)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire  
ABC
[50]
Hollywood Squares
Syndicated
[51]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
Win Ben Stein's Money
Comedy Central
2001
(28th)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire  
ABC
[52]
Hollywood Squares
Syndicated
[53]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
Win Ben Stein's Money
Comedy Central
2002
(29th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[54]
Hollywood Squares
Syndicated
[55]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Win Ben Stein's Money
Comedy Central
2003
(30th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[56]
Hollywood Squares
Syndicated
[57]
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
Win Ben Stein's Money
Comedy Central
2004
(31st)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[58]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[59]
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2005
(32nd)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[60]
The Price Is Right
CBS
[61]
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2006
(33rd)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[62]
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
[63]
2007
(34th)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[64]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[65]
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2008
(35th)
Cash Cab  
Discovery Channel
[66]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[67]
The Price Is Right
CBS
2009
(36th)
Cash Cab  
Discovery Channel
[68]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[69]
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2010s
2010
(37th)
Cash Cab  
Discovery Channel
[70]
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?
FOX
[71]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
2011
(38th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[72]
Wheel of Fortune  
Syndicated
Cash Cab
Discovery Channel
[73]
The Price Is Right
CBS
2012
(39th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[74]
BrainSurge
Nickelodeon
[3]
Cash Cab
Discovery Channel
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2013
(40th)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[75]
Cash Cab
Discovery Channel
[4]
Family Feud
Syndicated
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2014
(41st)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[76]
The American Bible Challenge
GSN
[77]
The Chase
GSN
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
The Price Is Right
CBS
Wheel of Fortune
Syndicated
2015
(42nd)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[78]
Family Feud
Syndicated
[79]
The Price Is Right
CBS
2016
(43rd)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[80]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[81]
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
Monopoly Millionaires' Club
Syndicated
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2017
(44th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[82]
Celebrity Name Game
Syndicated
[83]
Family Feud
Syndicated
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
The Price Is Right
CBS
2018
(45th)
The Price Is Right  
CBS
[84]
Family Feud
Syndicated
[84]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2019
(46th)
Family Feud  
Syndicated
[85]
Jeopardy!
Syndicated
[85]
Let's Make a Deal
CBS
The Price Is Right
CBS
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Syndicated
2020s
2020
(47th)
Jeopardy!  
Syndicated
[86]
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?
Nickelodeon
[87]
Double Dare
Nickelodeon
Family Feud
Syndicated
The Price Is Right
CBS

Multiple wins and nominationsEdit

NOTE: Pyramid and Password include all versions, regardless of title changes among variants of the franchise. Family Feud includes nomination for CBS one-hour version.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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