Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host
Awarded forOutstanding Host in a Game Show
CountryUnited States
Presented by
First awarded1974
Last awarded2022
Most awardsBob Barker (14)
Most nominationsAlex Trebek (32)
Websitetheemmys.tv/daytime/

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host was an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It was given to honor the outstanding work of a game show host who has appeared in at least 19% of total episodes for the calendar year.[1]

The 1st Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony was held in 1974 with Peter Marshall receiving the award for his hosting duty on the panel game show Hollywood Squares.[2] The award category was originally called Outstanding Host or Hostess in a Game or Audience Participation Show before changing to its current title in 1985.[2][3] The awards ceremony was not aired on television in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for voting integrity.[4][5] The Emmy was named after an "Immy", an affectionate term used to refer to the image orthicon camera tube.[6] The statuette was designed by Louis McManus, who modeled the award after his wife, Dorothy.[6] The Emmy statuette is fifteen inches tall from base to tip, weighing five pounds and is composed of iron, pewter, zinc and gold.[6]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 18 hosts. In 1983, Betty White became the first woman to win the award and eventually was joined by Meredith Vieira 22 years later as the only two females to have garnered the award. Steve Harvey and Wayne Brady are the only African American game show hosts to have won the Emmy. In 1990, Bob Barker and Alex Trebek tied for the award, which was the first tie in this category. Also in 1990, Barker became the host with the most wins in the category when he won a fifth time, surpassing Marshall's previous record of four; Barker went on to win in nine additional years, ultimately receiving fourteen wins. Trebek has since received five additional wins. Trebek last won the award at the 2021 ceremony, which was accepted posthumously due to his death in November 2020. Trebek also has been nominated on 32 occasions, more than any other host.

In 2023, this category will be moved to the Primetime Emmy Awards as part of a re-alignment of categories between NATAS and ATAS and will be renamed Outstanding Host for a Game Show.[7]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Table key
Award winner Indicates the winner
Indicates a posthumous winner
Publicity photo of Peter Marshall in 1965.
Peter Marshall was the first consecutive winner (1974-75) in this category for hosting Hollywood Squares.
Publicity photo of Allen Ludden in 1976.
Allen Ludden won in 1976 for hosting Password.
Photo of Richard Dawson as Newkirk from the television program Hogan's Heroes.
Richard Dawson won once in 1977 (out of seven nominations) for hosting Family Feud.
Publicity photo of Dick Clark in 1961.
Dick Clark won three (out of ten nominations) for hosting several versions of Pyramid.
Photo of Betty White at the Time 100 gala in 2010.
Betty White won in 1983 for hosting Just Men! becoming the first woman to win in this category.
Photo of Pat Sajak in 2006.
Pat Sajak has won three awards (out of fourteen nominations) for hosting Wheel of Fortune
Photo of Ben Stein speaking at Miami University in 2003.
Ben Stein has won once in 1999 from four nominations for his hosting duty on Win Ben Stein's Money.
Photo of Jimmy Kimmel in 2015.
Jimmy Kimmel has won once in 1999 from two nominations, sharing both honors with co-host, Ben Stein on Win Ben Stein's Money.
Photo of Tom Bergeron at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books in 2009.
Tom Bergeron won in 2000 (tied with Bob Barker) and was nominated (2001 and 2003) for hosting Hollywood Squares.
Photo of Regis Philbin at the Vanity Fair kickoff party for the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.
Regis Philbin received two consecutive nominations, winning in 2001 for hosting the ABC version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Photo of Meredith Vieira in NYC, 2009.
Meredith Vieira earned seven nominations (winning in 2005 and 2009) for hosting the syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Photo of Ben Bailey in Bad Parents World Premier at the MontClair Film Festival.
Ben Bailey won three times (2010, 2011 and 2013) for hosting Cash Cab
Photo of Todd Newton hosting the live-on-stage edition of the Price is Right at the Jubilee theater in Las Vegas, 2010.
Todd Newton received four nominations, winning once in 2012 for hosting Family Game Night.
Photo of Craig Ferguson
Craig Ferguson garnered two consecutive wins (2015 and 2016) out of three nominations for hosting Celebrity Name Game.
Photo of Harrison in 2009.
Chris Harrison garnered two consecutive nominations (2018 and 2019) for hosting Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Photo of John Michael Higgins in 2018
John Michael Higgins was nominated in 2019, for hosting duty on America Says

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1970s[edit]

Year Host(s) Program Network Ref.
1974
(1st)
Peter Marshall Award winner Hollywood Squares NBC [2]
Art Fleming Jeopardy! NBC
Allen Ludden Password ABC
1975
(2nd)
Peter Marshall Award winner Hollywood Squares NBC
Monty Hall Let's Make a Deal ABC
Gene Rayburn Match Game CBS
1976
(3rd)
Allen Ludden Award winner Password ABC [8]
Peter Marshall Hollywood Squares NBC
Geoff Edwards Jackpot NBC
1977
(4th)
Bert Convy Award winner Tattletales CBS [9]
Dick Clark The $10,000 Pyramid ABC [10]
Gene Rayburn Match Game CBS
1978
(5th)
Richard Dawson Award winner Family Feud ABC [11]
Dick Clark The $20,000 Pyramid ABC
Gene Rayburn Match Game CBS
Chuck Woolery & Susan Stafford Wheel of Fortune NBC
1979
(6th)
Dick Clark Award winner The $20,000 Pyramid ABC [12]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [13]
Peter Marshall Hollywood Squares NBC

1980s[edit]

Year Host(s) Program Network Ref.
1980
(7th)
Peter Marshall Award winner Hollywood Squares NBC [14]
Richard Dawson Family Feud ABC
1981
(8th)
Peter Marshall Award winner Hollywood Squares NBC [15]
Dick Clark The $20,000 Pyramid ABC
Richard Dawson Family Feud ABC
1982
(9th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [16]
Bill Cullen Blockbusters NBC [17]
Richard Dawson Family Feud ABC
1983
(10th)
Betty White Award winner Just Men! NBC [18]
Dick Clark The $25,000 Pyramid CBS
Richard Dawson Family Feud ABC
1984
(11th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [19]
Richard Dawson Family Feud ABC [20]
Betty White Just Men! NBC
1985
(12th)
Dick Clark Award winner The $25,000 Pyramid CBS [21]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [3]
Bill Cullen Celebrity Hot Potato NBC
Richard Dawson Family Feud ABC
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
1986
(13th)
Dick Clark Award winner The $25,000 Pyramid CBS [22]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [23]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
1987
(14th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [24]
Dick Clark The $25,000 Pyramid CBS [25]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
1988
(15th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [26]
Dick Clark The $25,000 Pyramid CBS [27]
Vicki Lawrence Win, Lose or Draw NBC
Alex Trebek Classic Concentration NBC
1989
(16th)
Alex Trebek Award winner Jeopardy! Syndicated [28]
Dick Clark The $25,000 Pyramid Syndicated [29]
Vicki Lawrence Schultz Win, Lose or Draw NBC
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated

1990s[edit]

Year Host(s) Program Network Ref.
1990
(17th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [30]
Alex Trebek Award winner Jeopardy! Syndicated
Alex Trebek Classic Concentration NBC [31]
1991
(18th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [32]
Alex Trebek Classic Concentration NBC [33]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
1992
(19th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [34]
Dom DeLuise Candid Camera Syndicated [35]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
1993
(20th)
Pat Sajak Award winner Wheel of Fortune Syndicated [36]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [37]
Ray Combs The Family Feud Challenge CBS
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
1994
(21st)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [38]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated [39]
1995
(22nd)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [40]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated [41]
1996
(23rd)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [42]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated [43]
1997
(24th)
Pat Sajak Award winner Wheel of Fortune Syndicated [44]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [45]
Al Roker Remember This? MSNBC
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
1998
(25th)
Pat Sajak Award winner Wheel of Fortune Syndicated [46]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [47]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
1999
(26th)
Ben Stein & Jimmy Kimmel Award winner Win Ben Stein's Money Comedy Central [48]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [49]
Tom Bergeron Hollywood Squares Syndicated
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated

2000s[edit]

Year Host(s) Program Network Ref.
2000
(27th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [50]
Tom Bergeron Award winner Hollywood Squares Syndicated
Regis Philbin Who Wants to Be a Millionaire ABC [51]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2001
(28th)
Regis Philbin Award winner Who Wants to Be a Millionaire ABC [52]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [53]
Tom Bergeron Hollywood Squares Syndicated
Ben Stein & Jimmy Kimmel Win Ben Stein's Money Comedy Central
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2002
(29th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [54]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated [55]
Ben Stein & Nancy Pimental Win Ben Stein's Money Comedy Central
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2003
(30th)
Alex Trebek Award winner Jeopardy! Syndicated [56]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [57]
Tom Bergeron Hollywood Squares Syndicated
Donny Osmond Pyramid Syndicated
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Ben Stein & Sal Iacono Win Ben Stein's Money Comedy Central
2004
(31st)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [58]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated [59]
Meredith Vieira Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated
2005
(32nd)
Meredith Vieira Award winner Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated [60]
Bob Barker The Price Is Right CBS [61]
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2006
(33rd)
Alex Trebek Award winner Jeopardy! Syndicated [62]
Meredith Vieira Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated [63]
2007
(34th)
Bob Barker Award winner The Price Is Right CBS [64]
Ben Bailey Cash Cab Discovery Channel [65]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
Meredith Vieira Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated
2008
(35th)
Alex Trebek Award winner Jeopardy! Syndicated [66]
Ben Bailey Cash Cab Discovery Channel [67]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
2009
(36th)
Meredith Vieira Award winner Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated [68]
Ben Bailey Cash Cab Discovery Channel [69]
Howie Mandel Deal or No Deal NBC
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated

2010s[edit]

Year Host(s) Program Network Ref.
2010
(37th)
Ben Bailey Award winner Cash Cab Discovery Channel [70]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [71]
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
Carnie Wilson The Newlywed Game GSN
2011
(38th)
Ben Bailey Award winner Cash Cab Discovery Channel [72]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [73]
Todd Newton Family Game Night The Hub
Meredith Vieira Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated
2012
(39th)
Todd Newton Award winner Family Game Night The Hub [74]
Ben Bailey Cash Cab Discovery Channel [75]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS
Meredith Vieira Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated
2013
(40th)
Ben Bailey Award winner Cash Cab Discovery Channel [76]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [77]
Billy Eichner Funny or Die's Billy on the Street Fuse TV
Steve Harvey Family Feud Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2014
(41st)
Steve Harvey Award winner Family Feud Syndicated [78]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [79]
Jeff Foxworthy The American Bible Challenge GSN
Todd Newton Family Game Night Hub Network
2015
(42nd)
Craig Ferguson Award winner Celebrity Name Game Syndicated [80]
Steve Harvey Family Feud Syndicated [81]
Todd Newton Family Game Night Hub Network
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
2016
(43rd)
Craig Ferguson Award winner Celebrity Name Game Syndicated [82]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [83]
Brooke Burns The Chase GSN
Billy Gardell Monopoly Millionaires' Club Syndicated
Steve Harvey Family Feud Syndicated
2017
(44th)
Steve Harvey Award winner Family Feud Syndicated [84]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [85]
Craig Ferguson Celebrity Name Game Syndicated
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2018
(45th)
Wayne Brady Award winner Let's Make a Deal CBS [86]
Chris Harrison Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated [87]
Steve Harvey Family Feud Syndicated
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
Alex Trebek Jeopardy! Syndicated
2019
(46th)
Alex Trebek Award winner Jeopardy! Syndicated [88]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [89]
Chris Harrison Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Syndicated
John Michael Higgins America Says GSN
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated

2020s[edit]

Year Host(s) Program Network Ref.
2020
(47th)
Alex Trebek double-dagger Jeopardy! Syndicated [90]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [91]
Steve Harvey Family Feud Syndicated
Alfonso Ribeiro Catch 21 GSN
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
2021
(48th)
Alex Trebek(posthumous) Jeopardy! Syndicated [92]
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [93]
Steve Harvey Family Feud Syndicated
Alfonso Ribeiro Catch 21 GSN
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated
2022
(49th)
Steve Harvey Award winner Family Feud Syndicated
Wayne Brady Let's Make a Deal CBS [95]
Leah Remini People Puzzler GSN
Pat Sajak Celebrity Wheel of Fortune ABC
Pat Sajak Wheel of Fortune Syndicated

Multiple wins and nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

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