“The Voice” was nominated as Outstanding Reality Competition Program for the 68th Emmy Awards. Find out here the producers’ thoughts on their nomination!
The reality competition is aiming to clinch the Emmy Awards as it competes with “The Amazing Race,” “Top Chef,” “Project Runway,” “Dancing With the Stars,” and “American Ninja Warrior.”
“The Voice,” which has been in the American television since April 2011, is now on its eleventh season set to release this month.
Meanwhile, producer and host Carson Daly expressed his excitement about “The Voice” nomination for the 68th Emmy Awards.
Noting that the reality show is composed of over 200 people, he said that the team feel honored for the recognition.
“There are such great shows now, content spread so thin through so many outlets and so many people making great television,” he said. “We really do feel honored to be part of it and to be lucky enough to win it is probably just dumb luck.”
“The Voice” has won two Emmy Awards in 2013 and 2015 of the same category. They have been nominated for the title for the past four years. It replaced the reigning “Amazing Race” in 2013.
Carson Daly also talked about the possibility of winning again for the 68th Emmy Awards.
“We have been riding this wave of success on this show that is almost 90 hours of primetime television for NBC, straddling the calendar of fall and spring, so we’re always working.”
“The Voice” has submitted the fall premiere blind auditions for season nine and ten for the voters.
Aside from the Emmy Awards, “The Voice has also received various recognition in other award-giving bodies such as the Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards, where they won Best Music Reality Show from 2012 to 2013.
In the Critics’ Choice Television Awards, the show was awarded as Best Reality Series – Competition from 2012 to 2013 and 2016.
The reality show competition will return to NBC on September 19 with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, and Miley Cyrus.