The TV academy has responded to the overwhelming number of reality television series by splitting that decade-old category into two: Structured and Unstructured.
The Reality Program prize was introduced in 2004. Of the 10 races to date, there has been an uneven split between structured and unstructured programs with the former winning seven times while the latter claimed only three Emmys.
Structured shows won the first three races: "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" (2003) and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" (2004, 2005).
Then the very unstructured "Kathy Griffin: Life on the D-List" won two in a row (2006, 2007) before the surprise wins by the structured "Intervention" (2008) and "Jamie Oliver: Food Revolution" (2009).
The unstructured "Deadliest Catch" won in 2010 with the structured "Undercover Boss" claiming the prize for the last two years running.
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