List of Daytime Emmys 2022 Winners

“General Hospital” was the biggest winner Friday night at the 49th Annual Daytime Emmys, taking home five awards — including daytime drama — as the telecast returned to an in-person live event. Akhbar Al-Youm – The Roe v. Wade coup and the assault on women’s rights by a rogue Supreme Court – threatened to cast a shadow over the event. But the two-hour television broadcast, which was hosted for the first time by “Entertainment Tonight” hosts Kevin Frazier and Nichelle Turner, began nonstop from the Pasadena Convention Center.

General Hospital’s Daytime Emmy also includes a supporting actor, supporting actress, young artist, and director.

Meanwhile, “The Kelly Clarkson Show” was a repeat winner as best entertainment talk show, bringing its two-week total to seven – the most shows this year. Entertainment Tonight again won the entertainment news program.

Among the big wins, “Young & Restless” star Michelle Morgan made history as the first black female winner in the main actress category. “We’re breaking glass ceilings left, right, and center,” Morgan said. “We can and will do this thing called equality and unity together.”

Also, “Jeopardy” continued its streak as the game show’s top winner, despite the show’s turmoil last year, which saw executive producer Mike Richards, who was chosen as the show’s host as Alex Trebek’s successor, fired a week later due to previous comments. and controversial actions.

“The scandal was, as we call it on Jeopardy!, the embarrassing months,” said executive producer Michael Davis backstage. “But it showed the strength of our audience and how much our fans care about the show, which is very important. What happened over the course of the season — Matt Amodio, Amy Schneider, Mattia [Roach] and Ryan [Long] Really made us remember how great the game is. The stars of our show and mime [Bialik] and Ken [Jennings] They have hosted incredible work.”

Davies added, “We hope to have a hosting announcement very soon. But with all our plans for ‘Jeopardy!’ – which is more Jeopardy!”, not less, more releases – we will need multiple hosts to represent the entire audience, to represent the entire country, from order to move forward with this privilege.”

Previously, the 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards for Creative Arts and Lifestyle took place on June 18 at the Pasadena Convention Center with five awards scooped Kelly Clarkson and Penguin Town receiving three. Other than participation (with 10), Netflix was the single network big winner, with nine total, spread among “Penguin Town,” “Cat People,” “Headspace: Guide to Meditation,” and “You vs. Wild: Out Cold.” CBS and PBS tied after that, with three each.

It should also be noted that during the Emmys Creative Arts Competition, the final season of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing Team for a Daytime Non-Fiction Program. In its first season, Judge Judy Sheinlin’s new series “Judy Justice” won for IMDbTV (now Amazon Freevee) for its legal/courtroom show. (She also represented the first-ever Daytime Emmy for IMDbTV/Freevee.).

Check out the winners from last week’s gala here.

Receiving a lifetime achievement during telecast: soap opera icon John Aniston (“Days of Our Lives”). Here are this year’s Daytime Emmys winners in 15 major categories, as aired Friday night:

Pending daytime drama series

“Beyond Salem” (Peacock)

“The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)

“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Winner: “General Hospital” (ABC)

“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

(Last year’s winner: “General Hospital”)

Outstanding Leading Performance in a Daytime Drama Series: Actress

Marcy Miller as Abigail DeMira
“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Winner: Michelle Morgan as Amanda Sinclair
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

Cynthia Watros as Nina Reeves
General Hospital (ABC)

Laura Wright as Carly Corinthus
General Hospital (ABC)

Ariane Zucker as Nicole Walker
“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

(Last year’s winner: Jacqueline McInnes Wood as Stevie Forster, “The Bold and the Beautiful”)

Outstanding Leading Performance in a Daytime Drama Series: Actor

Peter Bergman as Jack Abbott
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

Eric Martsulf as Brady Black
“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Winner: John McCook as Eric Forrester
“The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)

James Reynolds as Abby Carver
“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

(Last year’s winner: Maurice Benard as Sonny Corinthians, “General Hospital”)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series: Actress

Kimberlyn Brown as Sheila Carter
“The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)

Nancy Lee Grahn as Alexis Davis
General Hospital (ABC)

Stacy Haydock as Kristen Demera
“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Melissa Ordway as Abby Newman
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

Winner: Kelly Thiebaud as Dr. Brett Westbourne
General Hospital (ABC)

(Last year winner: Marla Adams as Dina Mergeron, “The Young and the Restless”)

Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series: Actor

Britton James as Devon Hamilton
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

Winner: Jeff Cooper as Cyrus Reno
General Hospital (ABC)

Aaron D. Spears as Justin Barber
“The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS)

James Patrick Stewart as Valentin Cassadine
General Hospital (ABC)

Jordi Velassuso as Ray Rosales
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

(Last year’s winner: Max Gale as Mike Corbin, “General Hospital”)

Outperforming the younger performance in the drama series

Lindsey Arnold as Ali Horton
“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Winner: Nicholas Chavez as Spencer Casadin
General Hospital (ABC)

Alivia Allen Lind as Faith Newman
“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

William Lipton as Cameron Webber
General Hospital (ABC)

Sidney Michaela as Trina Robinson
General Hospital (ABC)

(Last year’s winner: Victoria Kunival as Ciara Brady, “Days of Our Lives”)

Outstanding game show

“Family Dispute” (conjugated)

Winner: “Danger!” (Synchronized)

“Let’s Make a Deal” (CBS)

“The Price Is Right” (CBS)

“Wheel of Fortune” (SYNDICATED)

(Last year’s winner: “Jeopardy”)

Host a great game

Wayne Brady
“Let’s Make a Deal” (CBS)

Winner: Steve Harvey
“Family Dispute” (conjugated)

Leah Remini
“People Puzzler” (Game Display Network)

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“Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” (ABC)

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“Wheel of Fortune” (SYNDICATED)

(Last year’s winner: Alex Trebek, “Jeopardy!”)

Distinguished media talk show

“GMA3: What you need to know” (ABC)

“Peace of mind with Taraji” (Facebook Watch)

“Red Table Talk” (Facebook Watch)

“Red Table Talk: The Estefans” (Facebook Watch)

“Tamron Hall” (SYNDICATED)

Winner: “Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts” (Disney +)

(Last year’s winner: “Red Table Talk”)

Hosted a distinguished media talk show

Gloria Estefan, Emily Estefan, Lily Estefan
“Red Table Talk: The Estefans” (Facebook Watch)

Whoopi Goldberg, Joey Behar, Sunny Houston, Sarah Haines, Anna Navarro, Megan McCain
“The View” (ABC)

Winner: Tamron . Hall
“Tamron Hall” (SYNDICATED)

Taraji P. Henson, Tracie Jade
“Peace of mind with Taraji” (Facebook Watch)

Robin Roberts
Turning the Tables with Robin Roberts (Disney +)

(Last year’s winner: Larry King, “Larry King Now”)

Excellent entertainment talk show

“The Drew Barrymore Show” (SYNDICATED)

Hot Ones

Winner: “The Kelly Clarkson Show” (SYNDICATED)

“Living with Kelly and Ryan” (SYNDICATED)

“The Today Show with Hoda and Jenna” (NBC)

(Last year’s winner: “The Kelly Clarkson Show”)

Featured Entertainment Shows Hosted

Drew Barrymore
“The Drew Barrymore Show” (SYNDICATED)

Winner: Kelly Clarkson
“The Kelly Clarkson Show” (SYNDICATED)

Hoda Kotb, Jenna Bush-Hager
“The Today Show with Hoda and Jenna” (NBC)

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest
“Living with Kelly and Ryan” (SYNDICATED)

(Last year’s winner: Kelly Clarkson, “The Kelly Clarkson Show”)

Featured Entertainment News Series

Getting to Hollywood (SYNDICATED)

Winner: “Entertainment Tonight” (SYNDICATED)

“extra” (synchronous)

“Inner Edition” (SYNDICATED)

(Last year’s winner: “Entertainment Tonight”)

Outstanding Writing Team for a Drama Series

“Beyond Salem” (Peacock)

Winner: “Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

General Hospital (ABC)

“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

(Last year’s winner: “The Young and the Restless”)

Outstanding directing team for the drama series

“Beyond Salem” (Peacock)

“Days of Our Lives” (NBC)

Winner: “General Hospital” (ABC)

“Young and Troubled” (CBS)

(Last year’s winner: “General Hospital”)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 show was hypothetical and filmed at the homes of the host, presenters, and winners. Last year, a pre-recorded and downsized event was held in Burbank.

Overall this year, CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” received the most Daytime Emmy nominations, with 18 nominations, followed by ABC’s “General Hospital” with 17. Show distributors, followed by two associated broadcasters at the top: ABC and CBS, both with a score of 31. (Netflix came next, with 27.)

Among this year’s other major highlights: The daytime drama category — which has shrunk since broadcast networks scaled back their serial production — has expanded to five nominees for the first time since 2014, thanks to the addition of the “Days of Our Lives” spin-off.

Meanwhile, this delegate represents the first year under the agreement between the two major television academies that several categories have been rearranged to focus on genre, rather than day periods, as a way of dividing eligibility between Primetime (operated by the Los Angeles Television Academy) and Daytime Emmys ( It is handled by New York-based NATAS). It’s also the first year that the Kids and Family programming categories have been removed from both shows and moved to a new Children and Family Emmy Award competition and party, the first new Emmy show since 1979. (This event will take place in December).

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