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Daytime Emmys To Remain Virtual For Upcoming 2021 Ceremony

With an uncertain situation of when live events can get back to normal, or as they have been in the past prior to the coronavirus pandemic, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced today that it plans on keeping next year’s Daytime Emmys award show virtual, to allow for the 2022 awards cycle to stay on track.

In fact, all of NATAS’s award ceremonies including: the News and Documentary Emmys, Technology & Engineering Emmys and the Sports Emmys will also remain virtual next year.

The Daytime Emmys became the first major award show to air a virtual presentation that others followed back in late June of this year and aired on CBS.

In a statement, NATAS chairman and CEO Adam Sharp expressed on the organization’s decision:“The current timetables articulated by manufacturers project mass availability of vaccinations for the entire U.S. population by mid-summer 2021, potentially permitting a return to more traditional in-person ceremonies later in the fall. However, we have determined that delaying our 2021 events to possibly allow for a compressed calendar of in-person Emmy ceremonies late in the year would result in unacceptable delays to our awards cycle for 2022. Instead, we have decided to remain “virtual” in the format of our ceremonies for 2021 while relying on a substantially pre-COVID awards calendar. In so doing, we believe we will be best-positioned to return to a full, on-time, traditional schedule of in-person ceremonies in 2022.

The dates currently under consideration for the 48th annual Daytime Emmys which would be via two or three nights of presentations are: a combination of dates from Friday, June 25, Saturday, July 17 and/or Sunday, July 18.

For those entering the competition, the entry deadline is February, 17, 2021 with  the nominations not to come till May or June.

So, what do you think about the Daytime Emmys going virtual again for 2021? Comment below.

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TODAY: Y&R Airs Its 12,000th Episode As Melissa Ordway Takes You Behind The Scenes

It’s another monumental day for the folks in Genoa City and the audience that has followed the struggles, the loves, and the core families that comprise the long-running CBS Daytime drama series.

Today on December 1st, it marks Y&R’s 12,000th episode.  To celebrate on-screen viewers will watch the nuptials of Abby (Melissa Ordway) and Chance (Justin Gaston – the real life husband to Ordway who is subbing for Donny Boaz).

To get you ready for the big day, Melissa Ordway took viewers behind the scenes of the tape day of the 12,000th episode from: driving into work, to getting into Abby’a wedding dress, to hitting the stage – masks and all during Covid-19 – with the cast and more.

You can check out the video below.  Then, get set for some heartfelt memories on today’s episode of The Young and the Restless.

Share your thoughts on Y&R hitting its 12,ooo episode milestone via the comment section below.

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Y&R Previews Week-Long Celebration of Their 12,000th Episode

While the iconic daytime drama actually airs its 12,000th episode next Tuesday, December 1st, the entire week of November 30th will be a celebration for the show reaching yet another milestone in their storied career.

In story,  the Newman, Abbott and Chancellor families will gather for the nuptials of Abby Newman (Melissa Ordway) and Phillip “Chance” Chancellor IV (Justin Gaston). The Hamilton/Winters family will be represented when Abby’s best friend, Devon (Bryton James), serves as the officiant of the ceremony. Wedding guests include: Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki  Newman (Melody Thomas Scott), Jill Abbott (Jess Walton), Nina Webster (Tricia Cast), and Jack (Peter Bergman), Ashley (Eileen Davidson) and Traci Abbott (Beth Maitland).

On the 12,000th episode, viewers will be treated to flashbacks that recall some of the show’s classic love stories, including the story of iconic super couple Victor and Nikki Newman.

Since its debut back on March 26, 1973, The Young and the Restless has racked up 162 DaytimeEmmy wins and took home the Outstanding Daytime Drama Series top prize 11 times; including this past June.

So looking forward to Chance and Abby’s nuptials and how the show marks their 12,000 episode on-air?  Comment below.

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