The Amazing Race
The Amazing Race is an American reality and competition show created for television in which teams, typically consisting of two people, compete with each other in a race around the world. The show provides the participants with limited budgets that can be grown by deducing clues, performing physical and mental tasks and vying for transportation options. In The Amazing Race the teams compete for a grand cash prize of one million US dollars, which is collected by the team that crosses the final finishline first. Each season of the show typically consists of twelve legs and teams are progressively eliminated from the race at the end of most of the legs. As of 2017, the show has won ten Primetime Emmy Awards in the category Outstanding Reality-Competition Program.