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49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards: General Hospital, B&B’s John McCook and Y&R’s Mishael Morgan Take Top Honors

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Friday night, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ (NATAS) 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out in 15 categories on a live telecast on CBS and streaming on Paramount+.  When the dust settled, it was ABC’s General Hospital who took the night’s top prize for Outstanding Daytime Drama Series.

This marks GH’s continued record-breaking number of wins in this category and brings it up to 15 victories for the iconic show, which is currently in its 59th year on the air.  GH’s executive producer, Frank Valentini accepted the award on behalf of everyone connected with the show, when Drew Barrymore presented the final award of the night.

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The night also brought with it the historic win of The Young and the Restless’ Mishael Morgan (Amanda Sinclair). The actress became the first black actress in Daytime Emmy history to ever take home the Lead Actress Daytime Emmy.  In the emotional highpoint of the evening, in terms of acceptance speeches and significance, Morgan spoke to the current generation breaking glass ceilings.

Morgan expressed: “We are breaking glass ceilings left right and center and I am so honored to be a vessel and to experience this moment. Everybody out there today, we can do this thing called equality and unity together.”  In her speech, Mishael shared: “I was born on a tiny island in the Caribbean, and I’m now standing on an international stage and I am being honored regardless of the color of my skin, regardless of my passport, for being the best at what I do, Now there are little girls around the world and no matter what the industry, the vocation they can strive to be the best.”

Veteran actor, John McCook who has played Eric Forrrester on The Bold and the Beautiful for over 35 years, finally won his first ever Emmy after four previous nominations in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.


The Supporting Actor and Actress in a Drama Series trophies went to two standouts from General Hospital, Kelly Thiebaud (Britt) and Jeff Kober (Cyrus), while Nicholas Alexander Chavez (Spencer), added another mantle to the GH trophy case with his first win for Outstanding Younger Performer.

Days of our Lives writing team led by Ron Carlivati took home the gold for Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series, while GH won for Direction.

The biggest winner in terms of total gold belonged to The Kelly Clarkson Show. When all was said and done, between the Creative Arts ceremonies held last weekend, and last night, the talk show took home 7 awards including: Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show and Talk Show Host. General Hospital followed with five total wins for Daytime Emmys 2022.

The ceremonies featured DAYS Suzanne Rogers (Maggie) anchoring the Lifetime Achievement Award presentation to her longtime co-star John Aniston (Victor), who was not present, with the help of John’s daughter, Jennifer Aniston, who was seen on tape.

Susan Lucci (Ex-Erica, All My Children) made her first public appearance since the passing of her beloved husband, Helmut Huber and introduced the In Memoriam segment.  Grammy-winner Michael Bolton performed his classic tune “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You” during the tribute.

Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner were the hosts for the telecast, and with the overturning of the Supreme Court Roe vs. Wade decision on everyone’s mind last night, Turner gave a nod to how she and so many others felt, when Frazier told her how nice she looked in her dress. Nishcelle commented, “I chose this dress. It was my choice.”  That moment received huge applause from the audience in attendance.

Check out the full winners circle list from last night’s 49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards below. 

Then let us know, are you happy with the results? Who were you most thrilled to see take home an Emmy? What did you think of the telecast? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

General Hospital 

Outstanding Lead Performance in a Daytime Drama, Actress

Mishael Morgan, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Lead Performance In A Daytime Drama, Actor

John McCook, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Supporting Performance, Actor, in a Daytime Drama

Jeff Kober, General Hospital

Outstanding Supporting Performance, Actress, in a Daytime Drama

Kelly Thiebaud, General Hospital

Outstanding Younger Performer in a Drama Series

Nicholas Chavez, General Hospital

Outstanding Writing Team For a Daytime Drama

Days of Our Lives

Outstanding Directing Team for a Drama Series

General Hospital

Outstanding Game Show Host

Steve Harvey, Family Feud 

Outstanding Game Show


Outstanding Entertainment News Series

Entertainment Tonight

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show

Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host

Tamron Hall, Tamron Hall

Outstanding Informative Talk Show

Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts 


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On the plus side General Hospital won 5 awards out of it’s 7 categories and it richly deserved them! I was also happy for John McCook and Ted King – not necessarily my first choices but all of those categories had terrific winners!

But I have to vent about the ridiculous choice for Best Actress. Sigh. My problems with Mishael Morgan winning were many: there were 3 better choices from her own show – Sharon Case, Melissa Clare Egan and Camryn Grimes – were all WAY better than her in 2021; Amanda is NOT a lead character on Y&R; her storyline was a total snoozefest; she was last in every single fan poll while Cynthia Watros – who deserved to win – was first in every single fan poll; CBS has now robbed GH actresses of the Emmy six years in a row. I completely disagree with this choice the panelists made. There was somebody obnoxious online who kept on repeating endlessly that she would win, which made me very nervous. I know it’s just a silly award but I enjoy awards shows despite my knowing how dumb they are! Mishael Morgan shouldn’t have even been nominated let alone win and I don’t care what anybody else has to say about it.

I don’t get why they couldn’t have taped a short acceptance speech from John Aniston.

That song from Michael Bolton was a time-waster.

The hosts were unobtrusive and kept things moving along fairly briskly.

I would have preferred actual clips of all the acting nominees. The clips packages were excellent but why was so much of what was on the GH package from 2022 rather than 2021?

Just super happy with General Hospital’s five wins! Wish it had won the other two categories as well though.

Haters gonna hate. At least be gracious and nice when others besides GH wins awards.

Laura Wright was robbed though!

Totally agree!

Well, they won’t even be nominated next year…. considering most of the scenes which would usually end up on Emmy reels are being taped with the temp-hires doing the scenes.


Always negative. Be grateful GH was the biggest winner. You need to admit that you don’t like Mishael Morgan nor the CBS soaps. Be happy for once in a lifetime

Mishael is a good solid actress but she simply didn’t deserve to win this year – there were too many much more deserving actresses who ought to have been recognized for their work instead of her. I enjoyed her work as Hillary but her work as Amanda hasn’t been interesting to watch. I was happy with 7 of the 9 winners this year in the daytime drama categories.

Hi Richard! While I believe MM is a beautiful and talented actress when given the material, she just wasn’t on very much this past year. Basically, she was in the background holding Devin’s hand as he idiotically fought for shared custody of the Newman-Abbott-Winters-Chandler baby. So Ned less to say, her nomination and subsequent win was puzzling.

Give it a rest……………It’s just sad to see you so worked up over MM’s win when she deserved it. SHUT UP and move on. GH won the most and you can’t even be happy about that.

Derrick, I believe you said that already. See above.

And I’ll say it again!

I agree on many of your points, Richard and I don’t find them “hateful” in the slightest. Yes, Mishael Morgan’s win was historic, dramatic, and important. But…and it’s a big one…Amanda Sinclair is in no way a leading character. How can she be leading when Devon, her primary scene partner, is a supporting role? Doesn’t jive even by their own rules. Yes, she’s a wonderful actress but fair is fair. Then…we should have clips from ALL the acting categories; I think most fans will agree on that. It definitely heightens the suspense. On the credit side, Kelly Thiebaud, Jeff Kober, and terrific Nicholas Chavez were most deserved winners and I was thrilled by this. I’m also grateful to have the show televised; that was a treat.

Agreed, And I don’t “hate Mishael Morgan” at all – she was in the wrong category and there were too many other actresses more deserving, that’s my opinion – she won and maybe next year the winner will be more deserving.

As negative as you have been about her on your posts for quite a while, you do HATE MM…… I think it’s time for you to admit it.

Soaphound! Well said! I agree on all counts. I can’t even recall what Amanda’s main story was this last year. But I do vividly recall how Sharon stalled Nicholas from giving her the news of what she already knew- that Rey had died. Brilliant and realistic portrayal. Jeff Kober is a mad genius at playing the overly sensitive villain who is a killer, but also easily gets his feelings hurt. Nicholas Chavez is such a unique and riveting actor. He reminds me a bit of Rudolph Valentino. Kelly Thiebaud is also a naturally gifted actor. I didn’t know the Daytime Emmys was televised this year, and sadly missed it.

I remember what Amanda’s main story was last year, didn’t she help Devon take care ofthe baby when he came to visit, oh, and draw up the contract for he and Abby to be Co-parents.

Harry and Violet, I believe Amanda also had the unending, uninteresting story involving her grandfather being responsible for the death of her own father. Remember, at first she suspected Victor was involved, but was proven wrong. I think that was this voting year also. I try to force that story from my mind, like I did when I had chicken pox.

Well, we all know your true feelings

Stop picking on Richard for having a different opinion from your own.

He needs to be picked on as negative and complicated as he is ALL THE TIME………..I can’t stand GH but I don’t obsess over it as much as he does!

Derrick. I’m sorry. All I know about Richard is that he sometimes harbors contrary opinions.

He doesn’t realize how ANNOYING he can be with his negativity and he needs to tone it down

That it took until 2022 for a woman of color to win best lead actress is sad, especially with the great Debbi Morgan having so many good years at AMC (she did win a supporting award in the late 80s).

Wishful temporary stunt casting – Debbi as Portia’s mom on GH. Heck, they can resurrect her character, Ellen from the PC days if they choose. Imagine Debbi and Vernee Watson (Stella) getting into a verbal takedown- now that’s good soap.

So though ms Morgan wasn’t my first choice people think that gh has been robbed by cbs multiple times. I on the other hand am disappointed at always seeing the gh slant by no means whatsoever should gh have won best soap. The hospital fans are too funny they think there show should win every category so nice to see others get recognition and on a final note I hate I repeat hate the younger category all lumped into one

Well, my dreams of Carlivati being fired have gone up in smoke. Those other shows must be really bad if he is the best. Or Ron has, as my Dad used to say, “Pictures of the whole bloody affair”.

So…. my storyline really WAS a big hit after all! And look how fast things in Salem fell apart after I left.

The panelists vote based on TWO episodes only! Ron’s overall storyline arcs are poor writing but the panelists don’t actually watch the whole entire year. That is why GH can’t win in this category in my opinion – individual episodes really aren’t the point of GH’s writing, which is accumulative in its impact.

Some of us are called haters just because we don’t agree. We just have different opinions. M.M certainly did not deserve best actress. Those judges can’t judge, that’s for sure.M.M was far better when she played her other character. This time she’s just someone hanging off of Devon’s arm with nothing worthwhile coming out of her mouth. John McCook is great, have watched him so many years but to give him an award for E.D and then pimping out his wife to another man, it took something he didn’t have but wasn’t worth an Emmy. Like Richard, Iam very happy for GH wins.

Hey Violet. I agree with you. While I think MM
is a stunning and talented actress, this year just wasn’t her year. All she did was hold Devon’s hand while he tried to lactate, er, I mean, while he fought for shared custody. Now she’s baby sitting her rather randy and bratty baby sister. She’s always on the sidelines of somebody else’s story. In my opinion, Sharon Case was the standout performer.

I was thrilled to be able to see everyone in one room again! Overall, I was very happy with the show.

As a GH fan, I was over the moon with their wins! I was also happy to see John McCook finally win an Emmy. I don’t watch Y&R or B&B, but was glad to see the love spread around. Scratched my head when DAYS won for writing, but I’ve watched that show since I was in kindergarten. So, bully for DAYS.

It was so nice to see Suzanne Rogers on stage. It’s a shame the teleprompter seemed to be giving so many people so much trouble, including her. Dear John Aniston richly deserved his award.

Susan Lucci’s appearance was very touching. It was nice to see her in the mix again. Someone hire her stat!

I liked Michael Bolton’s songs and thought they fit in perfectly.

Congratulations to all the nominees and all the winners. As a soap fan, I certainly won last night! Thank you CBS and NATAS!

Congrats to General Hospital as Best Daytime Drama! Kelly, Jeff, and Nicholas had a great year. Need Jeff Kober back on the show pronto. Should have got Writing to go with Directing. Surprised that Kimberlin Brown did not take Supporting Actress but she will easily win next year. Happy for John McCook after 35 years. Not aware of any DOOL or Y&R work.

Very happy for Mishael Morgan!
Now let’s up her story finally!
Bring back her mother and give her a meaty story that finally showcases her talent! Not like last year in which after building up her story Josh Griffith wrapped it up offscreen in his typical horrible anti clamatic story! Maybe get Diane to hire her privately which cause a rift between her and Phyliss!
While we’re at it can we finally be rid of Josh Griffith!? What’s taking Sony / CBS to hire a real headwriter!?

It was so wonderful to see a real Emmy telecast with everyone present in the same room for the first time in a long time, and back on broadcast TV. I thought it was a well produced show for the most part. No cheesy skits or unnecessary filler or BS like we’ve seen in years past.

My only complaints were it would have been nice to see clips of the nominees in all the categories, particularly since NATAS no longer releases the Emmy reels to the public in advance of the show anymore, which I think is a great disservice to the viewers.

And what was with the cheesy movie soundtrack music when the winners would come to the stage to accept their awards? Someone from GH wins, I want to hear the GH theme, someone from Days wins, I want to hear the Days theme, and so forth. That should be an Emmy award show basic. It’s not that hard.

As a GH fan, I was thrilled to see them win their 15th Best Drama Series award. I have no idea what shows they submitted since they don’t release that information anymore, either. Congrats to Jeff Kober, Kelly Thiebaud, and Nicolas Chavez on their wins! All very much deserved.

I remember saying to a friend when the episode aired last year that if Kober submits the scenes where he was holding Laura and Portia hostage, has sort of a mental breakdown and gets shot, he’ll win an Emmy, he was that good that day. It appeared those were the scenes he submitted, based on the all too brief clip they showed. I was glad to be right.

I’m not gonna be one of those spoiled GH fans and say that they should have won every award. Every fan of each show thinks their favorite show was robbed when they don’t win.

Even though I don’t watch B&B, I know people that do and I know what a legendary actor he is in the business, so congrats to John McCook for winning his first Emmy after 35 years on the show.

And congrats to Mishael Morgan for being the first African American to win Best Lead Actress. I can appreciate and respect the significance any time a glass ceiling gets broken in the entertainment industry, or any walk of life for that matter.

I truly think actors and other nominees should make the effort to attend awards ceremonies when nominated. Jennifer Aniston could have appeared on video with her father if he couldn’t attend. Kelly Clarkson was a no show too. The viewers of these shows deserve that. The nominees certainly deserve their privacy but can fit in a major awards show.

Kelly Clarkson opted to be with her kids instead of being at the show, which was announced from the stage.

Congratulations to Days, John, and Mishael.

I wish John Aniston had been there, but it was great to see Suzanne.

Kevin and Nishcelle did a great job.

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Steve Kent Reportedly OUT as Sony Pictures Television VP in Charge of DAYS and Y&R

On Friday, reports surfaced that Steve Kent, Senior Executive Vice President of Programming at Sony Pictures Television, is no longer with the company and overseeing the Sony soap operas, Days of our Lives and The Young and the Restless.

According to Soap Opera Digest, a set side source reported that Kent’s last day was last Friday, April 12th, which was one day after what would have been his final appearance in his Sony VP role at the Days of our Lives 15,000th episode on set celebration.

During that ceremony, Kent gave a brief speech giving kudos to DAYS for its incredible milestone. Days is a co-production of Sony Pictures Television and Corday Productions, while Y&R is produced by Bell Dramatic Serial Company in association with Sony Pictures Television.

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Kent started his soap opera career as a producer for CBS’ defunct Capitol and then as the supervising producer of NBC’s Santa Barbara from1984 to 1993.

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At Sony, before his role overseeing the soaps, Kent was Senior Executive Vice President of International Productions for Sony Pictures Television International department.

If reports are true, the question becomes who has taken over his position, and would oversee DAYS and Y&R from the Sony side? Share your thoughts on this developing story via the comment section below.

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(WATCH) 2024 Daytime Emmy Nominations Special Live!

After exciting morning for your favorite daytime stars when they were revealed to be nominees for the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards comes tonight 10th annual Daytime Emmy Nominations Special.

Beginning at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT, several of the nominees will talk with Michael Fairman on their reactions to the news they have been nominated for a Daytime Emmy, share what scenes they submitted that landed in the top five or six in their respective performer acting categories and much more.

Scheduled to appear are: Days of our Lives nominees, Tamara Braun (Ava), Eric Martsolf (Brady) and Linsey Godfrey (Sarah), The Young and the Restless nominees: Allison Lanier (Summer), Michelle Stafford (Phyllis), Courtney Hope (Sally), Bryton James (Devon), The Bold and the Beautiful’s John McCook (Eric), General Hospital nominees, Finola Hughes (Anna) and Alley Mills (Heather), and The Bay’s Mike Manning (Caleb).

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The 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be broadcast live on CBS and streamed on Paramount+ on Friday night, June 7th and emanating, once again this year from the Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

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For a full list of this year’s nominations click here.

Now, watch below as the stars chat it up as we celebrate their Daytime Emmy Nominations. If you have a potential question you might want posed to any of our guests, drop it in the comment section below and we just might ask it on air.

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51st Annual Daytime Emmy Award Nominations: CBS Soaps Score Most, Eric Braeden, Dick Van Dyke, Guy Pearce Receive Nods

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) have officially announced on Friday, the full list of nominees for the 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

While Thursday brought with it four reveals of the nominees in the Outstanding Daytime Drama, Talk Show Host, Lead Actor and Actress categories (as presented by various entertainment news programs), today’s nominations include all the other categories not previously announced.

The Daytime Emmy Awards telecast is set to be presented live on Friday night, June 7, at 8 PM EDT /delayed PT, on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+. This will mark the 18th time that CBS has broadcast the Daytime Emmys.

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In addition, The Daytime Creative Arts & Lifestyle Emmy Awards will be presented on Saturday, June 8 at t9 PM ET/6 PM PT and streamed on The Emmys apps and at The ceremonies will take place at the Westin Bonaventure Los Angeles.

Television icon, Dick Van Dyke has received his first-ever Daytime Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Guest Performer category for his touching portrayal of Timothy Robicheaux on Peacock’s Days of our Lives. The nomination makes Van Dyke the oldest Daytime Emmy nominee in history at 98-years-old.  In addition, motion picture and TV star, Guy Pearce, is also nominated as Guest Performer for his longtime role as Mike Young in the reboot of Neighbours.

Speaking of Neighbours, the Australian soap opera also received its first ever Daytime Emmy nomination for Daytime Drama Series now that its a revival can be streamed on Amazon Freevee. In addition, The Young and the Restless iconic, Eric Braeden (Victor Newman) received his first Daytime Emmy nomination in more than 20 years in the Lead Actor in a Drama Series category.

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In the Daytime Drama series categories, CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless each scored 12 nominations more than any other show. Leading the acting nominations was B&B, who landed 7 performers in the various categories, a first in its 37-year history.

In a statement, Adam Sharp, President & CEO, NATAS expressed, “We are happy to once again honor the creative talent both in front of and behind the camera of America’s favorite Daytime programs. We look forward to celebrating the icons who enliven the days of audiences across the country.”

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Brent Stanton, Head of Daytime, NATAS added, “Producing the Daytime Emmys is a labor of love for all of us at NATAS. The huge popularity of these shows continues to be must-see viewing for their fans.” NATAS also revealed that Lifetime Achievement Honorees, Hosts, Presenters, and Silver and Gold Circle honorees will be revealed at a later date.

The Daytime Emmy Awards recognize outstanding achievement in television programming honoring work in a variety of categories, including daytime dramas, talk shows, instructional programming, hosting, culinary, and legal/courtroom programs. In 2021, NATAS and the Television Academy jointly announced plans to realign the Daytime and Primetime Emmy Awards to be organized by content genre, as opposed to program airtime.

The 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be produced once again by NATAS and Associated Television International (ATI). Adam Sharp and Lisa Armstrong are executive producers from NATAS, while David McKenzie executive produces from ATI.

Congratulations to all the men and women in front of the camera and behind the scenes for their recognition as we take a look at who will be going for gold come June. Here are the nominees below starting with the Daytime Drama Categories.

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The Bay

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of our Lives

General Hospital


The Young and the Restless


Tamara Braun, Days of our Lives

Finola Hughes, General Hospital

Katherine Kelly Lang, The Bold and the Beautiful

Annika Noelle, The Bold and the Beautiful

Michelle Stafford,  The Young and the Restless

Cynthia Watros, General Hospital

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Eric Braeden, The Young and the Restless

Scott Clifton, The Bold and the Beautiful

Thorsten Kaye, The Bold and the Beautiful

Eric Martsolf, Days of our Lives

John McCook, The Bold and the Beautiful

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Jennifer Gareis, The Bold and the Beautiful

Linsey Godfrey, Days of our Lives

Courtney Hope, The Young and the Restless

Allison Lanier, The Young and the Restless

Emily O’Brien, Days of our Lives

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Robert Gossett, General Hospital

Bryton James, The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth, Days of our Lives

A Martinez, The Bay

Mike Manning, The Bay

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Linden Ashby, The Young and the Restless

Ashley Jones, The Bold and the Beautiful

Alley Mills, General Hospital

Guy Pearce, Neighbours

Dick Van Dyke, Days of our Lives


The Bay

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of our Lives

General Hospital

The Young and the Restless

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The Bay

The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of our Lives

General Hospital

The Young and the Restless


General Hospital

The Jennifer Hudson Show

The Kelly Clarkson Show

The View

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The Bold and the Beautiful

Days of our Lives

Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade

The Kelly Clarkson Show


African Queens: Njinga

Days of our Lives

General Hospital

Start Up

The Young and the Restless


African Queens: Njinga

The Drew Barrymore Show

General Hospital

The Kelly Clarkson Show

The View

The Young and the Restless


African Queens: Njinga

The Bold and the Beautiful

The Jennifer Hudson Show


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African Queens: Njinga

The Drew Barrymore Show


The View

The Young and the Restless


“Shine” General Hospital

“Unexpected Truth”Unexpected

“We’re Home” Reconnecting Roots


The Jennifer Hudson Show

The Kelly Clarkson Show

Tamron Hall

Turning The Tables with Robin Roberts

The View

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Access Hollywood

Entertainment Tonight



Be My Guest with Ina Garten

Family Dinner

Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays

Valerie’s Home Cooking

What Am I Eating? with Zooey Deschanel


Hot Bench

Judy Justice

Justice For The People with Judge Milian

The People’s Court

We The People with Judge Lauren Lake

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Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Alyssa Farah Griffin, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Ana Navarro, The View

Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show

Mark Consuelos, Kelly Ripa, Live with Kelly and Mark

Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, Jerry O’Connell, Sheryl Underwood, The Talk

Tamron Hall, Tamron Hall


Lidia Bastianich, 25 Years with Lidia: A Culinary Jubilee

Valerie Bertinelli, Valerie’s Home Cooking

Eduardo Garcia, Big Sky Kitchen with Eduardo Garcia

Emeril Lagasse, Emeril Cooks

Sophia Roe, Counter Space

Buddy Valastro, Legends of the Fork


Frank Caprio, Caught in Providence

Kevin Frazier, Nischelle Turner , Matt Cohen, Cassie DiLaura, Denny Directo, Will Marfuggi, Rachel Smith, Entertainment Tonight

Deborah Norville, Steven Fabian, Lisa Guerrero, Ann Mercogliano, Jim Moret, Les Trent. Inside Edition

Robert Hernandez, Star Jones, Divorce Court

Judge Judy Sheindlin, Whitney Kumar, Kevin Rasco, Sarah Rose, Judy Justice

What do you think about the nominations for the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards? Who do you think deserved to get in that did? Who do you think got snubbed? Who are you happiest to see receive a nomination? Let us know via the comment section below.

Make sure to be with us live starting tonight Friday, April 19th at 8pm ET/5pm PT for the Michael Fairman Channel’s 10th anniversary edition of its Daytime Emmy Nomination Special 2024, featuring some of the just announced daytime drama nominees. 







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