Los Angeles, CA (Entertainment Weekly) — RuPaul's Drag Race has the most wins at the Emmys of any reality competition show in history..
'RuPaul's Drag Race' won six Emmys this year, making it the most awarded reality competition series in Emmy history, surpassing the record set by 'Dancing With the Stars.'
Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that, after Sunday's Emmys ceremony brought the VH1 awards juggernaut to a staggering 19 total victories across its 11-year run,Drag Race has officially become the Television Academy's most-awarded reality competition show in history.
Drag Race's total was bolstered over the weekend, with RuPaul winning his fifth individual Emmy for hosting the series at Saturday's Creative Arts Emmys, and the series itself landing its third consecutive win in the Outstanding Competition Program bracket.
In addition to host and overall accolades, Drag Race won 2020 Emmys for its casting, editing, and hairstyling. Season 2 queen Raven also picked up her first Emmy this year for her work in the show's makeup department.
After this year crowning both Jaida Essence Hall as its 12th season winner and anointing Shea Couleé as the All-Stars 5 champion, RuPaul's Drag Racehas been renewed for season 13 and All-Stars 6, which are expected to premiere on VH1 at a future date.