So sad and scary.
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Oh joy, the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy noms are in!
And ABC rules the Emmy court with 56 nods, closely followed by PBS with 51. Unfortunatly, NBC is that kid no one wants to play with and was the least-nominated major network, only securing 24 noms.
As for specific shows, General Hospital rode the ambulance to the top with 34 nominations, and Sesame Street enjoyed a sunny day tying with The Young and the Restless for the second highest number of honors, 16.
Congrats on EVERYONE whose hard work entertains us on a DAILY basis!
For the FULL list of nominations CLICK HERE, but check out the main categories …AFTER THE JUMP!
Outstanding Drama Series
All My Children (ABC)
Days Of Our Lives (NBC)
General Hospital (ABC)
The Young And The Restless (CBS)
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Crystal Chappell, as Dr. Carly Manning Days Of Our Lives (NBC)
Debbie Morgan, as Angie Hubbard All My Children (ABC)
Erika Slezak, as Viki Lord One Life To Live (ABC)
HEather Tom, as Katie Logan Spencer The Bold And The Beautiful (CBS)
Laura Wright, as Carly Corinthos Jax General Hospital (ABC)
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
Maurice Bernard, as Michael “Sonny” Cointhos, Jr. General Hospital (ABC)
Anthony Geary, as Luke Spencer General Hospital (ABC)
John McCook, as Eric Forrester The Bold And The Beautiful (CBS)
Darnell Williams, as Jesse Hubbard All My Children (ABC)
Robert S. Woods, as Bo Buchanan One Life To Live (ABC)
Outstanding Talk Show — Entertainment
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syndicated)
Live With Regis And Kelly (Syndicated)
The Talk (CBS)
The View (ABC)
Outstanding Talk Show — Informative
The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)
The Doctors (Syndicated)
Lifetime Achievement Award
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