Updated on June 21:
Fans can also watch the Daytime Emmys live-streaming event, including the red carpet festivities, on Yahoo TV, beginning at 5:30 PM EST.
Previously Reported on June 9:
Soaps In Depth talked to David Michaels (Senior Executive Director/NATAS) who shared a bit of what to expect during this year's online live streaming of the Daytime Emmy Awards. The show will run for two hours with no commercial breaks. Among the twenty-four different categories to be showcased will include all soap categories, the web series category and the Special Class Special category, which has the "Y&R" Jeanne Cooper (ex-Katherine) tribute episode as a nominee, with hopes to include numerous actor clips. Michaels is also confident that the show will return to television next year.
Stay tuned for more information as it's released.
Previously Reported on June 5:
Though the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will not televise the Daytime Emmys this year fans can watch the annual event live-streamed globally online. At 5:00 PM Pacific (8:00 PM Eastern) on June 22 visit the Daytime Emmys' official site and remember Soaps.com will be live blogging during the event.
NATAS chairman Malachy Wienges stated in a release, "We are confident that the expert team we've brought on will flawlessly execute an evening that celebrates the outstanding talent being honored and allows fans to be a part of the action."
Previously Reported on April 22:
Though there still is no word on whether or not the Daytime Emmys will be televised, the ceremony will be held on Sunday June 22 at the Beverly Hilton in California. Prior to that, on Friday June 20 many will gather at the Bonaventure Hotel for the Creative Arts ceremony.
Stay tuned for further details as they are released and don't forget, Soaps.com will be on the red carpet reporting as well as live blogging if the show is televised.
Previously reported on January 14:
Award show season is nearing yet there isn't any news on whether or not the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be televised. Soaps In Depth recently talked to HLN Vice President and General Manager Albie Hecht, who stated that 'it's fairly definite' the network, which has broadcast the Emmys for the past two years, will not do so for a third. HLN apparently made the decision early enough so The National Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) would have the time to make other arrangements.
Soaps.com will update readers as soon as any details are made available.
In other news, find out which soap stars received NAACP Image Award Nominations and which soap operas received Writers Guild Of America Nominations.
- Amy Mistretta