CBS broadcast the daytime Emmys for the first time in years and accidentally wins the lion’s share of awards | Instant News


Home TV CBS broadcast the daytime Emmys for the first time in years, and coincidentally…

For many years, the daytime Emmy awards were not broadcast at home. They went completely with air, then just listen. This year, CBS suddenly raised them again– no programming due COVID–and put them in last night with the winners already knowing the result and filming in advance of the speeches.

By coincidence, CBS won the lion’s share of awards. Young and the restless picked up Best drama, best actor and Best supporting actor. “The bold and the beautiful” received best screenplay and Best actress.

Alas, the daytime talk show CBS “the talk” lost to ABC’s “the view.” “Today” beat “CBS this morning.” But KOS got a lot of good PR from all this. They won 15 awards and 5 for 4 for ABC and NBC. I think they will do it again next year!

One nice touch: Kevin Frazier, host of “Tonight,” thanked the former co-host Mary HART, when he agreed to the show prize. I hope she’s okay. But it was stylish. In addition, Alex Trebek accepted his award via video. God is with him. He is still going! I’ll take “Legend” for a thousand.

The winners are announced on the CBS broadcast:

Outstanding Drama Series
Winner: “the young and the restless”
“Hospital”
“The days of our lives”
The bold and the beautiful

The outstanding performance of the title role in a TV drama
Winner: Heather Tom, the bold and the beautiful
Katherine Kelly lang, the bold and the beautiful
Maura West, “Hospital”
Ariana Zucker, “Days of our lives”
Finola Hughes, “Hospital”

Outstanding supporting actress in a drama series
Winner: Tamara brown, “hospital”
Christel Khalil, the young and the restless
Annika Noellee, the bold and the beautiful
From Rebecca Budig, “Hospital”
Susan Seaforth Hayes “Days of our lives”

The outstanding performance of the title role in a TV drama
Winner: Jason Thompson, young and the restless
Steve Burton, “The Hospital”
John Lindstrom, “Hospital”
Thorsten Kaye, the bold and the beautiful
Thaao Penghlis, “Days of our lives”

Outstanding supporting actor in a drama series
Winner: bryton James, the young and the restless
Chandler Massey, “Days of our lives”
Wally Kurt, “Days of our lives”
Marc Grossman, “the young and the restless”
Paul Telfer, “the Days of our lives”
James Patrick Stuart, “Hospital”

Outstanding Entertainment News Show
Winner: “Tonight”
“Access Hollywood”
“Extra”
“Inside Edition”
“E! News”

An outstanding team writing the series
Winner: “the bold and the beautiful”
Young and the restless
“Hospital”
“The days of our lives”

The Outstanding Digital Drama Series
Winner: “The Cove”
“Eastsiders”
“After Forever”
“Studio City”
“Dark Web”

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show
Winner: Kelly Clarkson “Kelly Clarkson show”
Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eva, Carrie Ann Inaba, Marie Osmond, “Conversations”
Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest “live with Kelly and Ryan”
Michael Strahan, Sarah Haynes, Keke Palmer, “GMA3”
Maury Povich, “Mauri”

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show
Winner: “the Ellen DeGeneres”
“Conversations”
“Show Kelly Clarkson”
“Live with Kelly and Ryan”
“GMA3: Strahan, Sarah and Keke”

Outstanding Younger Performer
Winner: Olivia rose Keegan, “the Days of our lives”
Sasha Calle, “the young and the restless”
Eden McCoy, “Hospital”
TIA Megia, “Days of our lives”
Kathleen MacMullen, “Hospital”

Outstanding Informative Talk Show
Winner: “the look”
“Rachael Ray”
“The Red Table”
“Today show Hoda and Jenna”
“3rd hour today”

Author

Roger Friedman began his Showbiz411 column in April 2009 after 10 years with “Fox news”, where he created a column Fox411. He wrote the Intelligencer column for NY Magazine in the mid 90-ies, reporting on OJ Simpson trial, and a real parade magazine (when it was owned by condé Nast), and has written for the new York observer, details, Vogue, spin, new York times, new York Post, Washington Post and new York daily news among many other publications. He is the author and co-producer of “only the strong survive,” dishes from Cannes, Sundance, and Telluride film festivals, directed by da Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus.



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