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The Daytime Emmy Award
Emmy Award
is an American accolade bestowed by the New York–based National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in recognition of excellence in American daytime television programming. Ceremonies generally are held in May or June. Emmys are considered the television equivalent to the Academy Awards (for film), Grammy Awards (for music) and Tony Awards (for theatre).[1][2]


1 History 2 Rules 3 Telecast 4 Award categories 5 Creative Arts Daytime Emmys 6 People who have won at least two Daytime Emmys 7 Ratings 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

History[edit] The first daytime-themed Emmy Awards were given out at the primetime ceremony in 1972, when The Doctors and General Hospital
General Hospital
were nominated for Outstanding Achievement in a Daytime Drama. That year, The Doctors won the first Best Show Daytime Emmy. In addition, the award for Outstanding Achievement by an Individual in a Daytime Drama was given to Mary Fickett from All My Children. A previous category "Outstanding Achievement in Daytime Programming" was added once in 1968 with individuals like Days of Our Lives
Days of Our Lives
star MacDonald Carey
MacDonald Carey
nominated. Due to voting rules of the time, judges could opt to either award one or no Emmy, and in the end they decided that no one nominated was deserving of the golden statuette. This snub outraged then-Another World writer Agnes Nixon, causing her to write in The New York Times, "...after viewing the recent fiasco of the Emmy awards, it may well be considered a mark of distinction to have been ignored by this group."[3] Longtime General Hospital
General Hospital
star John Beradino
John Beradino
became a leading voice to have daytime talent honored with special recognition for their work. The first separate awards show made just for daytime programming was broadcast in 1974 from the Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center in New York. The hosts that year were Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters
and Peter Marshall. For years, the gala was held in New York, usually at nearby Radio City Music
Hall, with occasional broadcasts from Madison Square Garden. In 2006, the Daytime Emmys was moved to the Kodak Theatre
in Los Angeles, the first time they had ever been held outside of New York.[4] The Kodak Theatre
also hosted the 2007 and 2008 ceremonies, before it was moved again in 2009 to the Orpheum Theatre
across town. In 2010 and 2011, the Daytime Emmys were instead held in Las Vegas. From 2012 onward, the Daytime Emmys have been held at various venues in Los Angeles, never to return again to New York (most likely as a reflection of the current state of American daytime dramas, where all New York-produced network soap operas have since been cancelled, and the ones left on the air are being recorded in Los Angeles). Due to the relatively small talent pool in daytime television, it has become common for the same people to be nominated repeatedly. The most infamous of these is All My Children
All My Children
star Susan Lucci, whose name became synonymous with being nominated for an award and never winning, after having been nominated 18 times without receiving an award before finally winning a Daytime Emmy for Best Actress in 1999.[5] In 2003, in response to heavy criticism of bloc voting in favor of shows with the largest casts, an additional voting round was added to all the drama acting categories.[6] Known as the "pre-nominations", one or two actors from each show is selected to then move on and be considered for the primary nominations for the awards.[7] With the rise of cable television in the 1980s, cable programs first became eligible for the Daytime Emmys in 1989.[8] In 2013, in response to All My Children
All My Children
being moved from broadcast to web television, NATAS began accepting nominations to web-only series.[9] The ATAS also began accepting original online-only web television programs in 2013.[10] Rules[edit] Among the Daytime Emmy rules, a show must originally air on American television during the eligibility period between January 1 and December 31. In order to be considered a national daytime show, the program must air between 2 a.m. and 6 p.m., and to at least 50 percent of the country.[11] A show that enters into the Daytime Emmys cannot also be entered into the Primetime Emmy Awards or any other national Emmy competition. For shows in syndication, whose air times vary between media markets, they can either be entered in the Daytime or Primetime Emmys (provided they still reach the 50 percent national reach), but not in both.[12] For game shows that reach the 50 percent threshold, they can be entered into the Daytime Emmys if they normally air before 8 p.m (including the former "access hour" from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.); otherwise, they are only eligible for the Primetime Emmys.[11] For web television shows, they must be available for downloading or streaming to more than 50 percent of the country, and like shows in syndication they can only enter in one of the national Emmy competitions. Entries must be submitted by late December. Most award categories also require entries to include DVDs or tape masters of the show. For example, most series categories require the submitted DVD to include any one or two episodes that originally aired during the eligibility period.[11] Voting is done by peer judging panels. Any active Academy member, who has national credits for at least two years and within the last five years, is eligible to be a judge. Depending on the category, voting is done using either a ratings score criteria or a preferential scoring system.[11] Telecast[edit] The show originally aired during the daytime hours (except for the 1983 & 1984 awards, which weren't telecast) but moved to prime time in 1991. Many special events have aired before the live telecast in an attempt to grab households tuning in for the awards. ABC/Disney's SoapNet
cable channel, which formerly aired special programming revolving around the Daytime Emmys in the month before the show, broadcasts a red carpet special before the awards ceremony, and a post-show. This was not done in 2012 due to ABC's near-withdrawal from the format and SoapNet
only existing as an automated feed for cable systems not carrying its replacement network, Disney Junior. When NBC
hosted the awards shows, it would air special one-off episodes of their soap operas, such as Another World: Summer Desire. During the past three turns for CBS, the network has used the first hour to carry The Price Is Right specials, a United States
United States
Navy primetime special, and, in 2007, a repeat of that morning's final episode with original host Bob Barker. For many years, the show was produced by one of its own Lifetime Achievement honorees, Dick Clark. Each show from 2004 to 2008 was produced by White Cherry Entertainment. In August 2009, The CW broadcast the Daytime Emmys for the first time, despite that network not having any daytime programming, due to the other networks declining to carry it. The airing delivered the ceremony's lowest ratings ever (0.6/2 in 18–49, 2.72m),[13] but it did outperform The CW's weak averages on the night that summer. The second time around, Associated Television International
Associated Television International
brought the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards to CBS, as well as the 38th, the following year. On May 3, 2012, it was announced and confirmed that HLN would air the 39th ceremony on June 23, 2012.[14] In that ceremony, an additional non-Emmy award was awarded by the program's social media partner, AOL, for Best Viral Video
Viral Video
Series.[citation needed] With 912,000 viewers (not counting four repeat broadcasts which brought the total to 2 million), the broadcast was "the most watched regularly scheduled, non-news telecast" ever on HLN, but by far the least-watched Daytime Emmy ceremony ever.[15] For the first time in the event's four-decade history, the 2014 Daytime Emmy ceremony was not broadcast on TV and instead aired only online,[16] but the Daytime Awards telecast eventually returned to television the following year thanks to a two-year deal with basic cable channel Pop.[17] However, for 2016, the Academy announced that ceremony would not be televised for the second time, citing the "current climate for awards shows".[18] Award categories[edit] Daytime Emmys are awarded in the following categories: Programming

Outstanding Drama Series Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show Outstanding Talk
Show (ended in 2007, when the award was split into two categories:)

Outstanding Talk
Show – Entertainment Outstanding Talk
Show – Informative

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program Outstanding Morning Program Outstanding Culinary Program Outstanding Entertainment News Program Outstanding Special
Class Special


Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series Outstanding Special
Guest Performer in a Drama Series


Outstanding Game Show Host Outstanding Talk
Show Host (ended in 2014, when the award was split into two categories:)

Outstanding Entertainment Talk
Show Host Outstanding Informative Talk
Show Host

Outstanding Culinary Host


Directing for a Drama Series Writing for a Drama Series

Spanish programming/talent

Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish Outstanding Daytime Talent in Spanish

Creative Arts Daytime Emmys[edit] Creative Arts Emmy Awards are awarded in the following categories:

Art Direction

Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design for a Drama Series Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design for a Series


Casting Director for a Drama Series Casting for an Animated Series or Special


Costume Design for a Drama Series Costume Design/Styling for a Series


Directing in an Animated Program (2008-) Directing in a Preschool Animated Program Directing in a Children's Series Directing in a Game/Audience Participation Show (removed in 2006) Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program Directing in a Talk
Show/Morning Program Special
Class Directing


Multiple Camera Editing for a Drama Series Multiple Camera Editing for a Series Single Camera Editing for a Series


Hairstyling for a Drama Series Hairstyling for a Series

Individual Achievement in Animation (multiple winners) Lighting Direction

Lighting Direction for a Drama Series Lighting Direction for a Series

Main Title and Graphic Design Makeup

Makeup for a Drama Series Makeup for a Series


Direction and Composition for a Drama Series Music
Direction and Composition for a Series Original Song – Drama Original Song for a Series Original Song – Main Title and Promo

New Approaches

New Approaches – Enhancement to a Daytime Program or Series New Approaches – Original Daytime Program or Series


Host in a Lifestyle/Travel Program Performer in an Animated Program Performer in a Children's Series Performer in a Children/Youth/Family Special


Outstanding Children's Animated Program Outstanding Pre-School Children's Animated Program Outstanding Children's Series Outstanding Pre-School Children's Series Outstanding Children/Youth/Family Special
(removed in 2008) Outstanding Lifestyle Program Outstanding Special
Class Animated Program Outstanding Special
Class Series Outstanding Special
Class – Short Format Daytime Program Outstanding Travel Program

Promotional Announcement

Promotional Announcement – Episodic Promotional Announcement – Institutional

Sound Editing and Mixing

Live and Direct to Tape Sound Mixing for a Drama Series Live and Direct to Tape Sound Mixing for a Series Sound Editing – Animation Sound Editing – Live Action Sound Editing for a Preschool Animated Program Sound Mixing – Animation Sound Mixing – Live Action Sound Mixing for a Preschool Animated Program retired categories:

Sound Editing (1985–1995) Film
Sound Mixing (1985–1995) Sound Editing (1996–2002) Sound Mixing (1996–2002) Sound Editing – Special
Class (1996–2002) Sound Mixing – Special
Class (1996–2002) Sound Editing – Live Action or Animation (2003–2011) Sound Mixing – Live Action or Animation (2003–2011)

Stunt Coordination Technical Direction

Single Camera Photography Technical Team for a Drama Series Technical Team for a Series


Writing in an Animated Program (1992-1994, 2009-) Writing in a Children's Series Writing in a Preschool Animated Program Special
Class Writing

People who have won at least two Daytime Emmys[edit]

Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(29) (2004–2017) Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(16) (1987, 1989, 1991-1998, 2014) Bob Barker
Bob Barker
(14) (1982, 1984, 1987–1988, 1990–1992, 1994–1996, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2007) Kevin Clash
Kevin Clash
(9) (1990, 2005–2007, 2009–2013) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(9) (1977–1980, 1982–1983, 1985–1986, 1988) Anthony Geary
Anthony Geary
(8) (1982, 1999–2000, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2015) Justin Deas (6) (1984, 1988–1989, 1994–1995, 1997) Mary Beth Evans (6) (2015–2017) Shari Lewis
Shari Lewis
(6) (1992–1996, 2000) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
(6) (1997–2002) Erika Slezak
Erika Slezak
(6) (1984, 1986, 1992, 1995–1996, 2005) Kristos Andrews
Kristos Andrews
(5) (2015–2017) David Canary
David Canary
(5) (1986, 1988–1989, 1993, 2001) Jonathan Jackson (5) (1995, 1998–1999, 2011–2012) Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart
(5) (1995, 1997, 2002–2003, 2011) Alex Trebek
Alex Trebek
(5) (1989–1990, 2003, 2006, 2008) Heather Tom
Heather Tom
(5) (1993, 1999, 2011–2013) Lorraine Broderick (4) (1987, 1996-1998) Susan Flannery
Susan Flannery
(4) (1975, 2000, 2002–2003) Jeffrey Lesser (4) (2008–2010, 2012) Peter Marshall (4) (1974–1975, 1980–1981) Mehmet Oz
Mehmet Oz
(4) (2010–2011, 2014, 2016) Regis Philbin
Regis Philbin
(4) (2001, 2001, 2011–2012) Kelly Ripa
Kelly Ripa
(4) (2011–2012, 2015-2016) Kim Zimmer
Kim Zimmer
(4) (1985, 1987, 1990, 2006) Ben Bailey
Ben Bailey
(3) (2010–2011, 2013) Peter Bergman (3) (1991–1992, 2002) Julie Marie Berman (3) (2009–2010, 2013) Sarah Brown (3) (1997–1998, 2000) Martha Byrne
Martha Byrne
(3) (1987, 2001, 2015) Dick Clark
Dick Clark
(3) (1979, 1985–1986) Scott Clifton
Scott Clifton
(3) (2011, 2013,2017) Jennifer Finnigan
Jennifer Finnigan
(3) (2002–2004) Helen Gallagher
Helen Gallagher
(3) (1976–1977, 1988) Rick Hearst
Rick Hearst
(3) (1991, 2004, 2007) Eartha Kitt
Eartha Kitt
(3) (2007–2008, 2010) Michael E. Knight (3) (1986–1987, 2001) Jennifer Landon (3) (2006–2008) Christian LeBlanc
Christian LeBlanc
(3) (2005, 2007, 2009) Gregori J. Martin
Gregori J. Martin
(3) (2015–2017) Chandler Massey
Chandler Massey
(3) (2012–2014) Billy Miller (3) (2010, 2013–2014) Ronn Moss
Ronn Moss
(3) (2015–2017) Jared Safier (3) (2015–2017) Pat Sajak
Pat Sajak
(3) (1993, 1997–1998) Gina Tognoni (3) (2006, 2008, 2017) Douglass Watson
Douglass Watson
(3) (1978, 1980–1981) Maura West
Maura West
(3) (2007, 2010, 2015) Ellen Wheeler (3) (1986, 1988, 2007) Tyra Banks
Tyra Banks
(2) (2008-2009) Louie Anderson
Louie Anderson
(2) (1997–1998) Julia Barr
Julia Barr
(2) (1990, 1998) Wayne Brady
Wayne Brady
(2) (2003–2004) Larry Bryggman (2) (1984, 1987) LeVar Burton
LeVar Burton
(2) (2001–2002) Steve Burton (2) (1998, 2017) Macdonald Carey
Macdonald Carey
(2) (1974–1975) Julia Child
Julia Child
(2) (1996, 2001) Jeff Corwin
Jeff Corwin
(2) (2004, 2016) Bryan Craig
Bryan Craig
(2) (2016-2017) Bobby Flay
Bobby Flay
(2) (2005, 2014) Ina Garten
Ina Garten
(2) (2009–2010) Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg
(2) (2002, 2009) Nancy Lee Grahn
Nancy Lee Grahn
(2) (1989, 2012) Kathy Griffin
Kathy Griffin
(2) (2007, 2008) Larry Haines
Larry Haines
(2) (1976, 1981) Susan Haskell
Susan Haskell
(2) (1994, 2009) Amelia Heinle
Amelia Heinle
(2) (2014–2015) Elizabeth Hubbard
Elizabeth Hubbard
(2) (1974, 1976) Danny Jacobs (2) (2011, 2015) Hunter King (2) (2014–2015) Nathan Lane
Nathan Lane
(2) (1996, 2001) Judith Light
Judith Light
(2) (1980–1981) Dorothy Lyman (2) (1982–1983) Kevin Mambo (2) (1996–1997) Cady McClain
Cady McClain
(2) (1990, 2004) Kimberly McCullough (2) (1989, 1996) Suze Orman
Suze Orman
(2) (2004, 2006) Michael Park (2) (2010–2011) Tom Pelphrey (2) (2006, 2008) Fred Rogers
Fred Rogers
(2) (1997, 1999) Martin Sheen
Martin Sheen
(2) (1981, 1986) John Wesley Shipp
John Wesley Shipp
(2) (1986–1987) Dinah Shore
Dinah Shore
(2) (1974, 1976) Kristoff St. John (2) (1992, 2008) Michelle Stafford
Michelle Stafford
(2) (1997, 2004) Jerry verDorn (2) (1995–1996) Meredith Vieira
Meredith Vieira
(2) (2005, 2009) Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters
(2) (1975, 2009) Jess Walton (2) (1991, 1997) Darnell Williams (2) (1983, 1985) Vincent De Paul (2) (2015-2016)

Ratings[edit] [19]

No. Air date Network Household rating Viewers (millions)

18th June 27, 1991 CBS 13.5 18.9

19th June 23, 1992 NBC 15.3 20.2

20th May 26, 1993 ABC 16.4 22

21st May 25, 1994 ABC 14.1 18.9

22nd May 19, 1995 NBC 10.2 13.7

23rd May 22, 1996 CBS 11.4 15.1

24th May 21, 1997 ABC 11.8 15.9

25th May 15, 1998 NBC 10.2 13

26th May 21, 1999 CBS 10.4 14.2

27th May 19, 2000 ABC 9.1 13

28th May 18, 2001 NBC 7.9 10.3

29th May 17, 2002 CBS 6.9 10.1

30th May 16, 2003 ABC 6.3 8.6

31st May 21, 2004 NBC 6 8.4

32nd May 20, 2005 CBS 5.5 7.6

33rd April 28, 2006 ABC 4.5 6.1

34th June 15, 2007 CBS 5.9 8.3

35th June 20, 2008 ABC 4 5.4

36th August 30, 2009 The CW 2 2.7[20]

37th June 27, 2010 CBS 3.8 5.6

38th June 19, 2011 CBS 3.7 5.5[21]

39th June 23, 2012 HLN

2 (5 broadcasts)[22]

40th June 16, 2013 HLN


41st June 22, 2014 (Internet Broadcast)


42nd April 26, 2015 POP

900,000 [1]

43rd May 1, 2016 No Broadcast


See also[edit]

List of Daytime Emmy Award
Emmy Award
winners Daytime Emmy Award
Emmy Award
for Outstanding Special
Class Series Primetime Emmy Award
Emmy Award
§ Retired categories List of Primetime Emmy Award
Emmy Award


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