The 50th Annual Daytime Emmys will be postponed due to the WGA strike, Adam Sharp, president and CEO of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced on Tuesday. The ceremony was planned for Friday, June 16, on CBS. The Creative Arts & Lifestyle ceremony, which was scheduled for June 17, will also be postoned. “We look forward to our community gathering together as one to celebrate our Golden Anniversary and all of the talented nominees and honorees at a later date,” Sharp said in a statement.
Nominations for the 50th Daytime Emmy Awards began trickling in Tuesday night, but now we have the full list. ABC’s General Hospital leads the way with 19 noms, followed by fellow long-running soaps CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful (14) and The Young and the Restless (13) and NBC/Peacock’s Days of Our Lives (11). All also are vying for the marquee Daytime Drama Series prize. The Kelly Clarkson Show leads the talk field with 11 noms.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is starting to reveal nominees for its landmark 50th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, starting with multiple categories announced on Tuesday night via entertainment shows Extra, Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight. Via the categories announced so far, CBS’s The Young and the Restless — also in the middle of its 50th anniversary celebration — has taken an early lead in nominations, with six total (including drama series). The rest of this year’s nominations will be announced on Wednesday morning.
The awards show, presented by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, has inked a new two-year deal that will see the program air live on CBS and for premium subscribers on Paramount+. The deal also includes broadcast rights to the 2024 Daytime Emmys. This year’s ceremony will be broadcast live on Friday, June 16, from the Westin Bonaventure Los Angeles.
Morgan is in her second stint on CBS’s The Young and the Restless. She first joined the soap in 2013 and stayed until 2018. She returned in 2019 as a different character.
Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner of Entertainment Tonight host the awards, which return Friday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS, to a full-capacity live ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The 2020 edition went virtual for the first time because of COVID-19. Last year’s show was taped with a limited audience on hand.
Entertainment Tonight hosts Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner are set to emcee the 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which will air live June 24. This marks the first time the duo will host the show, which is set to air live (delayed PT) on CBS and on demand on Paramount+. Frazier and Turner became the first Black duo to host an entertainment show when she came on board in 2021; Turner also is the first Black woman to host ET in the show’s 41-year history.
The 49th Daytime Emmy Awards return to a live, in-person format this year on Friday, June 24, airing on both CBS and Paramount+. Also, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences confirmed that, as expected, the ceremony will take place at Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, Calif.; nominations will be announced on May 5.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences continued handing out its Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday. This weekend, the organization presented statuettes in the children’s and animation and lifestyle categories in two live-streamed events.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has apologized for misrepresenting actor Marguerite Ray with a photo of living actor Veronica Redd in the In Memoriam segment that aired during the 48th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The late Jeopardy host won as game show host and Jeopardy earned game show honors on Friday night. ABC’s General Hospital claimed four trophies, including best drama. Maurice Benard took lead actor honors for the third time as Sonny Corinthos. Above, Matt Trebek (l) and Emily Trebek, children of the late Alex Trebek, accept the award for outstanding game show host for Jeopardy on his behalf during the 48th Daytime Emmy Awards on CBS.
The 48th annual Daytime Emmy Awards will include tributes to TV icons Regis Philbin, Alex Trebek and Larry King, with Kathy Lee Gifford, Ken Jeong, Martha Stewart and Robin Roberts making special appearances to honor their late colleagues. Presenters for this year’s awards — hosted by The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood and set to air Friday, June 25, on CBS — were announced today, along with the special tribute appearances.
CBS is sticking with The Talk talent to host this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards, but with a twist: This year, Sheryl Underwood will handle solo duties. The Eye network announced on Tuesday that Underwood will host the 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which airs on Friday, June 25, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, as well as streaming live on Paramount+.
The Television Academy and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said Monday that they have agreed to move all children’s categories from the Primetime Emmy Awards (overseen by the TV Academy) to the Daytime Emmy Awards (overseen by NATAS).
On Sunday, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences unveiled the winners in the Digital Dramas category for the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards via a virtual livestream ceremony hosted by Jai Rodriguez from the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. As the first virtual ceremony for the Daytime Emmys, Rodriguez hosted from a studio in Burbank adhering social distancing production protocols while the nominees waited to hear the winners virtually.
In addition to taking “Best Drama” honors, CBS’s The Young and the Restless won three trophies for acting at Friday night’s virtual awards. Ellen DeGeneres accepted the trophy for best entertainment talk show for her self-titled program.
The Talk’s Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond will host the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, the cohosts announced on-air today. The awards will be presented virtually on Friday, June 26 on CBS, with leading category recipients and special guests appearing from their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional categories will be announced simultaneously on Twitter, with others presented in a separate ceremony in July.
The 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards will air on CBS as a two-hour live show on Friday, June 26, returning the awards show to broadcast primetime for the first time since 2011. The ceremony, to run from 8 to 10 p.m. ET/PT, will air as a virtual event after organizers, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, were forced to cancel its planned, newly expanded three-night 2020 edition in Pasadena because of the COVID-19 shutdown. Nominations will be announced tomorrow (Thursday) during CBS’s The Talk and on ETOnline.com.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said Thursday that its 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony set for June in Pasadena has been canceled. “Given our concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided that we will not be staging the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Pasadena this coming June,” NATAS chairman Terry O’Reilly said.
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences president and CEO Adam Sharp hopes that spreading the Daytime Emmys out over three nights this year will give more winners their due — and the audience a chance to breathe. The 47th Daytime Emmy Awards will take place June 12-14 at the Pasadena Convention Center, adding an extra day to its usual two-day presentation — similar to how the L.A.-based Television Academy expanded its Creative Arts Emmys in recent years.
The Daytime Emmy Awards is adding another night for 2020. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said today that next year’s celebration of all things daytime TV will be divided into three soirees: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 12-14, all at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has released a “transparency report” for the recently concluded 46th Daytime Emmys, revealing five separate judging irregularities and four nomination challenges — and how they handled each dispute.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences — the East Coast counterpart to the Los Angeles-based Television Academy — is shuffling its leadership, which includes switching who oversees production of its most visible event, the Daytime Emmy Awards.
The 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards took place Sunday at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium with Extra’s Mario Lopez and The Talk‘s Sheryl Underwood taking on hosting duties.
Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, 78, who announced in March he has advanced pancreatic cancer, told the Daytime Emmy Awards audience Sunday he had been worried that sympathy, rather than merit, might snare him the trophy for best game show host. But he changed his mind. “You guys like me, and you value my work. I tell you if that’s the case, I can live with that,” Trebek said. General Hospital was among the big winners, with a leading five trophies that included best lead actor honors for Maurice Benard. But The Young and the Restless won the top drama series award, as well as writing and directing honors.
Days of our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless lead the list of shows with the most Daytime Emmy nominations in 2019. CBS leads the list of networks receiving nominations, with 61 total across all categories, including Creative Arts. The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards take place May 5.
The Daytime Emmy Awards are in danger of losing one of their biggest attractions, the daytime dramas, whose acting nominees bring star power to the ceremony. In an unprecedented show of unity, all four daytime soaps, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless, have come together to threaten a boycott if changes in the voting and accounting practices for the awards and the way the competition is held are not changed.
ABC’s General Hospital tops the list of nominees for the 45th annual Daytime Emmy Awards. The veteran soap garnered 26 bids. CBS and syndicated programming tied for the No. 1 ranking among networks with 66 mentions apiece. Netflix weighed in with 51 bids.
Harry Friedman (right) is the executive producer of two of the most enduring and successful syndicated programs of all time: Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. He is one of television’s most prolific producers, and his success is marked by his ability to maintain the traditions of both long-running shows while tweaking each just enough to keep them current and on the cutting edge. He will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on April 28 at the Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Mary Hart, the former longtime host of Entertainment Tonight, will be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Sunday, April 30, at the 44th Daytime Emmy Awards. Here’s look at her impressive run as a host on the first and still No.1 syndicated entertainment news magazine.
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Talk show hosts Mario Lopez and Sheryl Underwood will team to preside over the Daytime Emmy Awards. The 44th annual show is April 30 at the […]
The Live with Kelly and Michael duo won the Daytime Emmy Award for best entertainment talk show host on Sunday, capping a tumultuous two weeks that began with Strahan’s announced departure for Good Morning America and Ripa’s reaction. Neither Ripa or Strahan showed up at the non-televised ceremony in Los Angeles to claim the award, their second consecutive one in the category for their syndicated show.
Among the winners Sunday were Jeopardy, best game show; Steve Harvey, host of an informative talk show; The Ellen DeGeneres Show, entertainment talk show; Entertainment Tonight, entertainment news program; Hunter King, younger actress in a drama series, The Young and the Restless; and Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan, entertainment talk show hosts, for Live with Kelly & Michael.
The 93-year-old will be honored with this year’s lifetime achievement award next month at the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
Pop, formerly the TV Guide Network, will air this year’s Daytime Emmy ceremony live on Sunday, April 26.
There are four network daytime dramas left. In a year, or two, or five, it’s conceivable there could be fewer; it’s unlikely there’ll be more. The Daytime Emmy Awards depend heavily on the daytime dramas, both for the glamour of the actors on the red carpet and for the fervent loyalty of their fans. Without soaps, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences might still give out awards, but it would have a hard time attracting an audience.
Former CBS and Leo Burnett Worldwide exec Bob Mauro has been named president of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the New York-based group that administers Emmy awards that fall outside the primetime scope of the West Coast-based Television Academy. Top of Mauro’s list is likely to be landing a new TV deal for the annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, which wound up airing only as a webcast this past June.