Shows with most Emmy Wins of all time


Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live was first premiered and hosted by George Carlin on NBC on October 11, 1975, under the original title NBC's Saturday Night. Till now, Saturday Night Live a massive 73 wins out of 296 nominations

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones- An adaptation of George R. R. Martin's sprawling, unfinished series, "A Song of Ice and Fire," HBO's "Game of Thrones" places among the most beloved fantasy series in television history. The show has won 59 Emmys out of 160 nominations


Frasier- It's not common that a spinoff or sequel becomes even more beloved and successful than the original show, such is the case with "Frasier," which follows the life of "Cheers" character Frasier Crane. It has won 37 Emmys out of 107 nominations

The Simpsons

The only animated series on this list, "The Simpsons" has an undeniable place in the pantheon of American television, being the longest-running sitcom of all time. It has won 35 Emmys out of 97 nominations

The Mary Tyler Moore Show

"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" broke barriers over its seven-season run, and won 29 Primetime Emmys, along with launching three spinoffs


Cheers- led by performances from Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, Woody Harrelson, and Kirstie Alley, among others, the sitcom was nearly canceled during its first season, eventually soldiering on to 28 Emmy wins

Hill Street Blues

With over 146 episodes, "Hill Street Blues" followed the lives of workers at a police station on the eponymous road in an unnamed city. It has won 26 Emmys out of 98 nominations

The West Wing

The West Wing- While some shows launch their stars further into stardom, "The West Wing" is perhaps most responsible for the ascendance of Aaron Sorkin. The West Wing has won 26 Emmys out of 95 nominations