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RATINGS: DAYS Moves Into #3 In Key Demos: 18-49 and 18-34; B&B Gains Most Total Viewers

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After a blockbuster week of story for the week of October 22nd through 26th, Days of our Lives is on the move in the latest ratings.

The NBC soap opera is now in 3rd place ahead of General Hospital in the key women’s demos of 18-49 and 18-34.

For the 18-49 category DAYS was up +24,000, while GH was down -39,000 in total viewers for the demo. In the rating share, GH tied an all-time low for the eighth straight week, while DAYS was up to a 0.5/5 which is up .03 from the previous week.

In the 18-34 demo, both Y&R and GH tied all-time lows, while DAYS was up in that ratings share +0.05.   However, DAYS was just  -37,000 viewers short of tying GH for the third spot for total viewers for the week.   However, GH maintained its lead on DAYS in the 25-54 womens demo by 0.3 points in the ratings share, and +17,000 total viewers for the week, even though DAYS gained in that demo, and GH lost viewers.

Fans of the series watched Xander’s warehouse come to a fiery end, with Nicole dying in the fire, Eric and Brady reeling from the events that transpired, Sami rescuing the mystery patient believed to be EJ, Mimi revealing the true identity of Baby Bonnie’s father, and Rex’s return to Salem.

However, the show that gained the most viewers for the week was CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful which gained +129,000, followed by The Young and the Restless which gained +114,000.  Both CBS soaps are down from that week last year by over -200,000 plus viewers.  For the complete ratings picture via SON click here.

So what do you think of the latest ratings?  Will DAYS remain on the rise?  Will November sweeps prove to be game-changer for any of the soaps in the ratings? Which soap opera is delivering the best drama right now? Which is delivering the least interesting to you? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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DAYS delivers daring daytime drama!

GH has only one good storyline (Ryan) to keep everyone interested right now.

If not Frank, someone needs to come in and dump the characters that aren’t working. Peter, Finn, Nina and (sadly now) Griffin have run their course.

Jason and Sam don’t have the spark anymore. The injection of Margeaux into the otherwise good Mike’s Alzheimer storyline stopped the momentum. If Oscar’s sick, it’s time for the makeup department to make him look that way.

Ryan’s storyline casts a great net, includes many vets and has that can’t wait to see what happens next element.

Step up your game GH, if you want to survive.

AGREE, Steve, (although, I like Nina).

The Ryan story is dull, very weak.
It has no suspense, no thrills, no hard mystery, no intrigue, Ryan is a total fail as a villain he’s a stale limpid and as scary as a bunny ..


Y&R continues to sink in the quicksand created by Mal Young. CBS needs to can this failure ASAP. As Y&R collapses, they drag B&B down too.

The killy fans will not be satisfied until kelly and billy are on the unemployment line and GH is cancelled. Frank needs to step up and do something with the golden goose JaSam soon. People are tired of waiting while he tries to stroke one actor’s ego and a small fan base.

If you’re watching soaps just to see something huge happen then turn them off again, you probably need to find some other form of entertainment. Even bad, and they can get bad, there’s always a storyline I want to see that keeps me tuning in. And within those bad stories there’s always some hidden surprises. Even in that nonsense of memories on a hard drive or people being injected with a resurrecting juice of life. Just my opinion where ratings are concerned. Otherwise, I’m calling them out on their nonsense. Period. But I’m not turning it off.

By the way. On another note. Is anyone else on here getting to see Head writer, the late great Douglas Marland turn as Head writer of the Doctors on Retro Tv? This is leading up to his turn on General Hospital with Gloria Monty as the new Executive Producer that revived and changed Daytime in the late 70’s/80’s. Kathryn Harrold as Nola Dancy. Just WOW.

Oh yes, davlestev1: I am totally watching, via the web. And I’m as impressed as I expected to be. (And even with some things that aren’t perfect, it’s far, Far, FAR better than anything on the air today. I am reminded why I started watching soaps in the first place and watched them with such satisfaction for several decades–I haven’t felt any of that in a long time, I must say.)

Even in his first headwriting assignment, Marland was just so far above so many of the “writers” daytime has seen. . . .

I’m not believing (nor even caring) that Nicole died in the very secret “hospital” where there were rooms and rooms mysteriously labeled with the initials of other back-from-the-dead characters.

Yeah, ChandlerFan,
Kind of nuts, eh? Pardon the pun….
I love Dool, but when I am faced with infantile, repetitive and imbecilic scenes, I question the mental stability of these writers…..
…….I missed the door with Stefano’s name-tag on it. Was there such a door?
Of course, the new storyline will be Mimi, Rex and the baby ( didn’t catch here name?). I am actually looking forward to it… Mimi and Farah!

The warehouse fire would have been far more meaningful if it somehow involved accidentally destroying all of the shirts owned by Ben, Tripp, JJ, Will, Sonny, and Paul. Just saying…

Consider how much money the producers could save by not purchasing shirts for these actors. Clearly, it’s the right move to bring the show back to profitability.

I just want the remaining for to survive because i doubt there will never be a new one…i dont watch all four but i still want them all there in case i start watching more…wish all four would rise in the ratings

four not for and ever not never

OK.. this “headline” threw me… for a bit… @DAYS deserves to be … way up their in the world of ratings deserve and not subject to “last”

General Hospital is pitiful
General Hospital is in last place
General Hospital is run by the worst Executive Producer and “Writing”

I want that, Frank Valentini, is subjected to; in his face … implosion of all that is

ABC / Disney / General Hospital : take umbrage.. take note … care about your product

FIRE : Frank Valentini for “his” wasteland

he continues to keep front burner : by his choice .. the dullest family with lap dog
AND his OLTL, star Michael Easton and Roger Howarth.. what a pathetic show

the article does read: General Hospital

“…In the rating share, GH tied an all-time low for the eighth straight week”.. whatever the desired demographic… at least I take satisfaction that I am not a part of that desired demo.. yet.. am feasting on knowing , that Frank / Shelly / Chris are lackey

they have catapulted GH to catastrophic


PS: Ms. Ali Sweeney : you have never looked more woman… this softer side of you is PRESENT .. all the sibling share is bee’s knees

I”m so glad, Stacy Haiduk .. reigned

@days could keep bringing back.. this powerful actress… as mentioned “assured quality” “thank you, Ms. Haiduk” kooky, in this mix and time.. right on

Susan, reminds me that the times are not altered

Ali Sweeney this visit this ride DELIVERED keep coming back… so with Susan

Agreed, Patrick; although, I like Roger Howarth-just not as Franco (and not really with Liz).

Not surprised about GH’s ratings. The show is hard to watch. Sad. Frank needs to start paying attention to comments, tweets, etc., most of us say the same thing over and over again. The show is in the toilet. Instead of pushing his “pet” agenda, take a new approach.

Exactly, AVP! The ratings are tanking because even those of us who try to stick with this show end up going online to watch only the scenes highlighting our favorite characters, since trying to get through an entire episode is utterly excruciating.

Funny thing, AVP, Frank does pay attention to the comments/tweets. That’s why Genie Francis is back on contract into a major story. In the month she’s been back, she’s been on screen a lot.

Frank needs to listen to the other comments or he runs the risk of Finola Hughes leaving as the writing has made Anna almost unrecognizable (Finn and Peter have her being almost dull).

I know you like Nina. Stafford is a fine actress, but Nina’s kind of run her course.

I’m not an anti-newbie. I find Curtis refreshing, think Chase has potential, warmed up to new Cameron, and welcome the addition of Kim and Oscar to the mix.

Steve, in regards to #genieisgh, yes, Frank did finally wise-up. As far as Anna, and the on-slaught of newbies and the bloated cast, he doesn’t appear to be paying attention. I like Curtis. I don’t have an opinion on Chase. I’m not a fan of the teen-scene, and Kim and Oscar are “filler,” IMO. I miss the adventures of the ’80’s, and early to mid ’90’s.

Most days, I find DOOL very entertaining to watch. Ron is doing a great job using so many of the characters in story and those he brought back have ties to characters we already love. There are high stakes involved in the story lines and most of them build to a climax.

On the other hand, GH has been very uneven and pushes so many of its characters to the background and keeps them there for long periods of time…think Monica, Amy, Epiphany, Felix, Mac, Felicia, Bobbie, Scotty, Max, Milo, Diane, Terry, the kids, etc…while playing new characters with the contract players. The stories often come out of left field and have little or no build up to the end….think Ryan’s weeks of non-scary cryptic lines about ending numerous people’s lives only to have the wonderful Mary Pat (one of the most refreshing new characters to hit GH in a LONG time) be killed; and off screen at that…(unless that was the day the news broke in and I just didn’t see it). Stories are rushed and beats are misses left, right and center so that their conclusion hits a sweeps period. I say that is lazy writing. It’s like they’re making spaghetti and throw it against the walls to see what will stick. The GH team is blessed with a very talented pool of actors but they just don’t seem to know how to write for them.

SO it’s no wonder to me that DOOL has surpassed GH in some demos. However, there are only four daytime soaps on network. Someone will always be on the bottom. I want them all to survive, whether I watch all of them or not.

Problem with Days is that about 1/3 of the people you see on screen are “temporary” returns who are about to leave again. Another 1/3 are contract cast members who we know will be gone soon (thanks to the ridiculous 6 months ahead taping schedule) and a big chunk of the remaining 1/3 are either newbies or recasts of long forgotten characters, some of which should have stayed forgotten. (Rex “gemini twin” Brady?? Who the Hell asked for him to come back? And Sarah Horton should be in her 40s by now. Or in her 50s, since that now dead airhog Daniel Jonas was hatched from the same batch of Maggie’s eggs)

This is the same stunt casting pattern that ReRon used on General Hospital. But it’s not sustainable for the long term.

Days should be no1. Y&R is awful, Mal Young should be fired.


I think DAYS is moving up because of the gorgeous glut of great-looking men. More than GH or Y&R (all they have are Nick and Cane). Casey Moss, Robert Scott Wilson, Chandler Massey, Christopher Sean, Eric Martsolf, Galen Gering, Greg Vaughan, Freddie Smith, and the imminent arrivals of Greg Rikaart and Brandon Barash all add up to success in my book. That’s what keeps me tuning in.

Too much “sacrifice” for ratings.

Days has been the best soap sinc August…by a mile

The gift that Ron Carlivati gives to daytime is his sense of humor. He writes with humor underneath even the most dramatic stories. This is what makes DAYS work. It was going down the toilet with the worst stories. Ron came in and shook things up. Yes DAYS uses stunts to gain viewers but manages to keep them by always dangling something new to keep them. I am happy with this regime. The Halloween episode was the BEST show out of all four on air. Ron gave major pay out to his viewers. I am thrilled with what’s ahead. I think Stacy Haiduk is great as Susan but awful as Kristen. Her presence is too strong for this role. There is only one Eileen Davidson and she was the only one who could handle multiple roles like this. Every one else is really killing it on these storylines. I am so happy with the direction DAYS is taking.

Plug – Prop – All Points Bulletin : “Get IT” Kyle Lowder and Lindsey Godfrey

reign supreme OUT OF THE BOX : what a delight !!!

OK I’ve wanted for EON.. forever and a days… Maggie gets a real family
OK my stud muffin Roman gets a son… more airtime for my Josh Taylor

yeah, I mean it… I’ve “watched” Josh Taylor for YEARS. he’s never been better as the Brady “patriarch” love his manner at taking it all in stride.. teasing us with his big grin… smiling being called upon to “perform” YEP

OKAY : ladies and Gents : Sarah Horton and Rex Brady !!!!

Sarah : daughter of Suzanne Rogers’ Maggie ! I’ve christened mother Horton
Rex : son of Josh Taylor and Lauren Koslow : Roman AND Kate. dag !

Linsey Godfrey : as Sarah Horton… this is serious high brow stuff.. AND she came on so strong… you could see a clear connect w/Mom Maggie… AND with her husband to be as played by Kyle Lowder’ Rex.

Linsey : I never watched her on Bold & Beautiful… will give her props even then.. as she caught on with that audience.. AND is emmy nominated – THREE – times !!!! Woah this girl’ got chops… she’s delighting me . I see a lot of Jennifer Jason leigh.. and am just waiting for her to drop with the cast of “A Streetcar named Desire” she’s that enticing … i’m drawn to her acting style… LOVE YOUR HAIR , plus

Kyle Lowder : Welcome back… as pressed.. he gave a knock out interview in SOD… he’s come full circle and am thrilled – FOR HIM – to be back where he belong all I can say and repeat ^^^ @Soaphound… @DAYS stirs… @DAYS male testosterone is spilling over .. just wowzah.. WITH ACT

my end note… how does it happen that two characters… just reach for REEL .. I’m lapping it up… this is GOOD STUFF…

two characters that arrive at our front door.. and have taken … I am thrilled and prideful @Days of OUR Lives

I’ve been watching GH for a long time, and I’m currently still enjoying the show, its been a while that I’ve posted and even read any comments regarding storyline, casting, or ratings but its funny one can go away for a while and things are still the same about what so called GH fans complain about, so now I laugh, because its really ridiculous that almost all the criticism about GH is still the same, there’s the Frank haters, the newbie haters, the ones still stuck in the 90’s wanting the vets back, the ones that are mad about GH overblown cast, and on and on and on. I’m not trying to sound disrespectful about individual taste, like and dislike, I mean there’s things about GH I still not over the moon about, but over-all at least for me GH is still worth watching its still watchable, its way better in my opinion the other soaps, (don’t go hating on me) I expect any Y&R,dool and BB fan to think the same of their show. I’m really happy with the GH cast, the current stories playing and yeah theres still parts of it that frustrate me, but I’m not going around wishing the show gets cancelled because of it. long live GH.

Awesome! But they need to move up overall. I hope they can sustain the ratings. Days is really good. People need to watch!

GH is failing, it will die if they don’t clean house and get rid of the old and bring in new, new writers and producers..
GH stories are very predictable and reruns.

Most all of GH stinks, it stinks of OLD.
It is stale and moldy and repetitive.

GH will be canceled if someones doesn’t have the foresight to clean house.

I never thought I would say this, but if I miss a day of GH, B&B or Y&R it’s no big deal to me anymore. No more rush to get home to see what happens next, or setting up the dvr. And not for other daytime tv which holds no interest for me at all. Or the news which is all bad anymore it seems. So sorry for those caught in situations out of their control like flooding and wildfires. Soaps were supposed to be there to take us away from the real world for just a few hours everyday. And not so downer themselves like GH has been for far too long.

At the same time I want soaps to thrive and survive. While I may have certain characters and actors that I prefer over others, and can handle a mix of vets and newbies, for me it comes down to good story telling that is lacking…the kind that got me hooked on soaps in the first place.

I’ve even noticed that many familiar MF reader’s names don’t appear as often as they used to. And that commenting used to be more fun with speculations and humor. Maybe I’m contributing to that today. Sorry about that. I’ll partially blame it on the gloomy weather we have had in my part of the country for what seems days and days. :))

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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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