CONCORD, MASS., MAY 6, 2019—No longer the Susan Lucci of daytime television awards shows, Ask This Old House took home its first Emmy this weekend for “Outstanding Lifestyle Program” at the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards. Beating out a number of competitors including its sister show This Old House, Ask This Old House won for the first time in 11 nominations. This Old House has received 85 Emmy nominations to date, and together the two shows have now won 19 Emmys overall.
“After 11 nominations, we’re incredibly proud that Ask This Old House won its first Emmy,” said Dan Suratt, CEO of This Old House Ventures, LLC. “Ask This Old House and This Old House continue to be the most respected and top-rated home-improvement shows in all of television.”
The Daytime Emmy Awards recognize outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production.
ASK THIS OLD HOUSE® season 17, which premiered October 4, 2018, currently features brand-new episodes nationally on PBS. In many television markets This Old House and Ask This Old House air back-to-back and may appear in local TV listings as The This Old House Hour. Check TV listings or stream the episodes digitally.
About This Old House Ventures, LLC
This Old House Ventures, LLC, is America’s No. 1 multi-platform home-enthusiast brand, providing trusted information and expert advice through its award-winning television shows, This Old House and Ask This Old House, its highly regarded This Old House magazine, and its inspiration- and information-driven digital properties, including ThisOldHouse.com and House.one. This Old House and Ask This Old House are produced by This Old House Ventures, LLC, and are presented on PBS by WGBH Boston. National underwriting for This Old House TV is provided by GMC, The Home Depot, State Farm Insurance Company, Marvin Windows & Doors, Gorilla Glue, HomeAdvisor, Festool, and HomeServe USA. Established as This Old House Ventures, LLC, the company is headquartered in Stamford, CT, with offices in New York, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Toronto, and Concord, Massachusetts.