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The 49th annual awards air Friday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS and streaming on Paramount

Presenters include Drew Barrymore, Deidre Hall, Tamron Hall and Cameron Mathison. Michael Bolton will sing his new song “Beautiful World” and perform during the In Memoriam segment.Daytime Emmys return to live in-person

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49th Daytime Emmy Awards Live Stream: 2022, Watch, FREE, Online, TV #[[LIVESTREAM#247]]#>*! 49TH DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS 2022 LIVE Free Broadcast ON 24 June 2022 NATAS ANNOUNCES 2022 DAYTIME EMMY NOMINATIONS Realignment of The Primetime & Daytime Emmy® Awards.

Daytime Emmy Awards? plus the announcement of big winners on awards night when the 49th annual Daytime Emmys airs in June!\

Friday, June 24 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*. This year marks the 16th time CBS has broadcast the Daytime Emmy Awards, more than any other network. The last time they aired on the Network was 2021.

The 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be broadcast live from the Pasadena Civic Center on Friday, June 24 from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m. ET,

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Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner of “Entertainment Tonight” host the awards, which return to a full-capacity live ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The 2020 edition went virtual for the first time because of COVID-19. Last year’s show was pre-taped with a limited audience on hand.

Pat Sajak is competing against himself and three others in the game show host category. He’s nominated for his longtime gig on the syndicated “Wheel of Fortune” as well as for the celebrity edition that airs on ABC

For the first time, a soap and its spinoff are pitted against each other in the daytime drama series category. NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” goes against the Peacock streamer “Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem.” Also contending are “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless,” both on CBS, and ABC’s “General Hospital.”

“The Young and the Restless” headed into the show with a leading 18 nominations, including six in the main acting categories. “General Hospital” has 17 nods. Those are two of four remaining soaps still airing on the broadcast networks.


With Ellen DeGeneres having recently retired from her talk show, Kelly Clarkson is poised to take over her mantle in addition to DeGeneres’ old timeslot. The singer could nab a third straight entertainment talk show host trophy, and her syndicated show is vying for its second consecutive honor.

John Aniston, father of Jennifer, is being honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his 37-year role as Victor Kiriakis on “Days of Our Lives.”

Last week’s Creative Arts and Lifestyle ceremony crowned some famous names.

Patti Scialfa, wife of Bruce Springsteen, has her own trophy to add to the family shelf. She was an executive producer on PBS’ “Shelter Me: Soul Awakened,” which won for daytime special.

John Legend, already an EGOT winner (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), added a Daytime Emmy as an executive producer of PBS’ “The Black Church,” which won for short form daytime program.

DeGeneres’ eponymous show won for writing team for a daytime non-fiction series, earning the comedian the final Daytime Emmy of her decorated 19-year run.

Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission.The 49th annual Daytime Emmys are back in a full theater for the first time in three years, but that’s not the only major change that TV viewers will notice when the ceremony airs on Friday, June 24.

For starters, the drama category is finally a bit more competitive, having landed a fifth nominee (which hasn’t happened since 2014), the “Days of Our Lives” spinoff “Beyond Salem.” It faces off against usual entrants “General Hospital,” “The Young and the Restless,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “Days.” This is also the inaugural year for the Children’s & Family Emmys, which means those categories have been moved to later in the year.

As a result, the show will be “a bit more focused,” says National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences president and CEO Adam Sharp. “The telecast will be very squarely focused on the dramas, talk shows and game shows.”

Meanwhile, other genres will be grouped together for the Creative Arts and Lifestyle Daytime Emmys, presented on June 18, a week before the main ceremony.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 show was virtual and filmed in the homes of the host, presenters and winners. Last year, a pre-taped, downsized event was staged in Burbank. Now, with the audience back and the show once again live, “hopefully that that excitement conveys to the viewers,” Sharp says. “I think you’ll see us try to put a lot of that interaction on display.”

On the flip side, there’s the challenge of producing a live, in-person show and keeping it flowing on time. “One of [the challenges] being the sheer amount of time you spend with people walking from their seats to the stage,” Sharp says. “To the extent that there were benefits to the virtual format, it was the ability to keep it tight. So we will be looking at how to strike that balance.”

One change is to limit the two hour broadcast to 14 categories, four fewer than 2021’s pre-taped event. Also new: “Entertainment Tonight” anchors Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner will host, taking over for “The Talk” panelist Sheryl Underwood, who had previously hosted the show the most in recent years — either by herself, with her “Talk” co-stars or with Mario Lopez.

For 2022, CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” received the most Daytime Emmy nominations, with 18, followed by ABC’s “General Hospital” with 17. Among outlets, syndicated fare earned the top tally with 48 noms for various program distributors, followed by ABC and CBS, tied at 31 apiece.

Both Daytime Emmy events are back at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The Creative Arts and Lifestyle Daytime Emmys will be streamed on NATAS’ Emmys app, while the main telecast is on CBS and Paramount+, which reps the show’s return to live broadcast TV — after pre-taped dry runs in 2020 and 2021.

This marks another milestone, too. By the mid-2010s, the telecast had been relegated to online streams, and it wasn’t clear if the event would ever make its way back to primetime. But CBS, which as of this year will have aired the Daytime Emmys 16 times, decided to give the telecast another shot and picked it up again in 2020.

The 2022 Daytime Emmys also come in the midst of an awards realignment between NATAS and the Los Angeles-based Television Academy. As both orgs move away from day part distinctions and focus more on genre, discussions are ongoing to streamline certain categories in both the Primetime and Daytime ceremonies. Among those genres that may see a shift next year are game shows and DIY/instructional programming.

One thing won’t change: the name will stay. “I think daytime is no longer applied specifically to programming that airs in that time of day, but rather a suite of programs and genres and forms of storytelling and entertainment that we let into our lives in a way that is different than what we consider primetime programming,” he says.


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And the Daytime Emmy goes to...

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences handed out the 2022 Creative Arts and Lifestyle Emmy Awards in a livestreamed ceremony on Saturday. The Kelly Clarkson Show led the pack with five wins, including a nod for its technical team, camera work, and video. Netflix, meanwhile, nabbed an impressive nine wins for various titles, including Sparking Joy With Marie Kondo and Penguin Town.

In the original song category, composers Gaye Tolan Hatfield and Brad Hatfield and lyricist Jeff Meegan scored with "Grateful for It All," composed for The Young and the Restless. Notably, the trio bested first-time Daytime Emmy nominee Beyoncé, who penned the theme song for Talks With Mama Tina, a Facebook series created and hosted by her mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson.

The long-running PBS home improvement series This Old House was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The rest of the awards will be presented during the 49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Friday, June 24. The ceremony will be broadcast live at 9 p.m. ET/PT on on CBS and streamed on Paramount+.

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Marci Miller as Abigail DiMera, Days of Our Lives, NBCMishael Morgan as Amanda Sinclair, The Young and the Restless, CBSCynthia Watros as Nina Reeves, General Hospital, ABCLaura Wright as Carly Corinthos, General Hospital, ABCArianne Zucker as Nicole Walker, Days of Our Lives, NBC


Peter Bergman as Jack Abbott, The Young and the RestlessEric Martsolf as Brady Black, Days of Our LivesJohn McCook as Eric Forrester, The Bold and the BeautifulJames Reynolds as Abe Carver, Days of Our LivesJason Thompson as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless


Kimberlin Brown as Sheila Carter, The Bold and the BeautifulNancy Lee Grahn as Alexis Davis, General HospitalStacy Haiduk as Kristen DiMera, Days of Our LivesMelissa Ordway as Abby Newman, The Young and the RestlessKelly Thiebaud as Dr. Britt Westbourne, General Hospital


Bryton James as Devon Hamilton, The Young and the RestlessJeff Kober as Cyrus Renault, General HospitalAaron D. Spears as Justin Barber, The Bold and the BeautifulJames Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine, General HospitalJordi Vilasuso as Rey Rosales, The Young and the Restless


Lindsay Arnold as Allie Horton, Days of Our Lives, NBCNicholas Chavez as Spencer Cassadine, General Hospital, ABCAlyvia Alyn Lind as Faith Newman, The Young and the Restless, CBS William Lipton as Cameron Webber, General Hospital, ABCSydney Mikayla as Trina Robinson, General Hospital, ABC


Robert Gossett as Marshall Ashford, General Hospital, ABCWINNER: Ted King as Jack Finnegan, The Bold and the Beautiful, CBSMichael Lowry as Dr. Clay Snyder, Days of Our Lives, NBCNaomi Matsuda as Dr. Li Finnegan, The Bold and the Beautiful, CBSPtosha Storey as Naya Benedict, The Young and the Restless, CBS


Bianca Alexander, Michael Alexander, Conscious Living, PBSGary Bredow, Start Up, PBSSamantha Brown, Samantha Brown's Places To Love, PBSJeff Corwin, Wildlife Nation, SYNDICATEDWINNER: Bear Grylls, You vs. Wild: Out Cold, NetflixKevin O'Connor, This Old House, PBS | RokuPatton Oswalt, Penguin Town, Netflix


Beyond Salem, Peacock Days of Our Lives, NBCGeneral Hospital, ABCThe Young and the Restless, CBS



Jeopardy!, SYNDICATEDWINNER: The Kelly Clarkson ShowRed Table Talk, Facebook WatchThe View, ABCWheel of Fortune, SYNDICATEDThe Young and the Restless, CBS


Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade, ABCJeopardy!, SYNDICATEDWINNER: The Kelly Clarkson ShowThe View, ABCThe Young and the Restless, CBS



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