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The Daytime Emmy Awards: And the Winners Were…

ABC's 'General Hospital' Tops Night with Four Wins

ABC’s veteran “General Hospital” took home four Daytime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series, at the ceremony hosted by Mario Lopez and Sheryl Underwood at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California last night. Steve Harvey won two trophies, for Outstanding Game Show Host (“Family Feud”) and Outstanding Talk Show/Informative Host (“The Steve Harvey Show”). The women of CBS’ “The Talk” were named Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Hosts, while “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Dr. Oz,” both in syndication, were cited for Outstanding Talk/Entertainment and Outstanding Talk/Informative. Ellen’s victory came 20 years to the day of her famous coming out on ABC sitcom “Ellen.”

“Jeopardy!,” meanwhile, was named Outstanding Game Show and “The Bold and the Beautiful‘s” Scott Clifton made Daytime Emmy history by winning Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series and becoming the first actor to have won awards throughout his career in the Younger Actor, Supporting Actor and Lead Actor categories.

-Outstanding Drama Series: “General Hospital” (ABC)
-Outstanding Game Show: “Jeopardy!” (syndicated)
-Outstanding Entertainment News Program: “Entertainment Tonight” (syndicated)
-Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment: “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” (syndicated)
-Outstanding Talk Show/Informative: “The Dr. Oz Show” (syndicated)
-Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Scott Clifton, “The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
-Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Gina Tognoni,”The Young and the Restless” (CBS)
-Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Hosts: Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, “The Talk” (CBS)
-Outstanding Culinary Program: “Eat the World with Emeril Lagasse” (Amazon)
-Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish: “Destinos”
-Outstanding Game Show Host: Steve Harvey “Family Feud” (syndicated)
-Outstanding Writing Team, Drama Series: “The Young and the Restless” (CBS)
-Outstanding Talk Show/Informative Host: Steve Harvey, “The Steve Harvey Show” (syndicated)
-Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series: Bryan Craig, “General Hospital” (ABC)
-Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Kate Mansi, “Days of Our Lives” (NBC)
-Outstanding Directing Team, Drama Series: “General Hospital” (ABC)
-Outstanding Daytime Talent in a Spanish Language Program: Gaby Natale, host, “SuperLatina”
-Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series: Jim O’Heir, “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)
-Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series: Lexi Ainsworth, “General Hospital” (ABC)
-Outstanding Morning Program: “Good Morning America” (ABC)
-Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Steve Burton, “The Young and the Restless” (CBS)
-Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Series: “Sesame Street” (HBO)
-Outstanding Children’s or Family Viewing Series: “Give”
-Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Animated Program: “The Snowy Day”
-Outstanding Children’s Animated Program: “Lost in Oz: Extended Adventure”


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  1. Good Morning America won over CBS This Morning and CBS Sunday Morning?! I think the CBS programs canceled each other out which allowed the GMA win.

    I’ll be glad when CTM gets the recognition it deserves. Hands down better than what ABC and NBC offer IMO.

  2. “The Bold and the Beautiful‘s” Scott Clifton made Daytime Emmy history. Not taking anything away from Mr. Clifton, but there are only 4 soaps on the air which tremendously increases the odds of winning for both the soaps and actors. And if television just expanded the Primetime Emmys to include all dayparts, there’d be no way that the soaps would ever be nominated as the best in U.S. television. At least to me, due to its extremely limited universe, the Daytime Emmys are a joke in our current Golden/Platinum age of Primetime (hell, I don’t think Netflix and Amazon programs can be called Primetime) television.

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