Discovery’s long-running series Deadliest Catch picked up five prizes at the Realscreen Awards in Santa Monica tonight (June 4), with RuPaul’s Drag Race and Skywire Live with Nik Wallenda (pictured) among the other winners.
Deadliest Catch cleaned up in the technical categories, taking awards for best editing, directing and music, as well as the Docureality prize and the Award of Excellence – Reality.
Elsewhere, live stunt special Skywire Live with Nik Wallenda won the prizes for Digital and Branded Content – Multi-Platform Project; and for Most Original Concept. High wire walker Wallenda also won the prize for Personality of the Year, as previously reported.
Other award winners included Discovery Channel’s All the President’s Men Revisited, which won for Non-Fiction – History and Biographical Program; CBS’s The Amazing Race, which triumphed in the Competition – Game category; and NBC’s Million Second Quiz, which won in the new category of Competition – Shiny Floor Game Show.
Finally, and as previously announced, Undercover Boss creator Stephen Lambert was inducted into the Realscreen Hall Of Fame; A+E Networks president and CEO Nancy Dubuc received the inaugural Television Trailblazer