Updated on June 29:
Three of Daytime's biggest stars, Susan Lucci (AMC's Erica Kane), Anthony Geary (GH's Luke Spencer) and castmate Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall), will soon venture to Kenya on a special documented trip with the Feed the Children program, which sends aid to over 100,000 children in the most deprived areas in Kenya.
During the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, a segment will air titled "Daytime Gives Back," where we'll get to see some of their documentation. So don't forget to tune into this year's 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards to view this extra added bonus - stay tuned, as Emmy Producer Jim Romanovich says, "The "twist" is that Susan Lucci is also going as her alter ego ERICA KANE." You'll have to watch to find out how!
Previously Reported on June 25:
Back on June 11, Soaps.com teased our readers with an upcoming announcement from Emmy Producer Jim Romanovich, and now Jim's just tweeted some excited news! Jim says, "Our big news with Susan Lucci, Anthony Geary and Kelly Monaco shall be released on Monday. Friday is never a good day to announce something." We will bring you the details as soon as it's released!
Previously Reported on on June 18:
Soaps.com has just received more exciting news from Emmy producer Jim Romanovichâ€¦ "We have secured the A list in directors and writers in our Emmys telecast," Jim stated. " Even in our pre-show on the CW simply to support daytime - that's promising!"
As always, Soaps.com will highlight you with any further upcoming Emmy details!
Previously Reported on June 11:
Jim has given us more hints today as to what we can expect surrounding this big Emmy surprise! "A press release is being crafted as we speak," Jim divulged. "Three daytime stars and one major twist! All for The Daytime Emmys." Stay tuned fans, this is sure to be exciting news, and Soaps.com will fill you in when it's released!
Previously Reported on June 10:
With many surprises coming our way, surrounding this yearâ€™s Daytime Emmy Awards, ATI president of Worldwide Media and Entertainment, Jim Romanovich, has touched base on some teasers for whatâ€™s yet to come such as a huge upcoming announcement involving three Daytime stars, which will concur with the big awards telecast. â€œShortly, after that, I'm hoping to make a follow up announcement on another big event with several daytime stars (if I can pull it off). The second promotion is still being negotiated. The first is a done deal and it's big,â€ Jim stated. â€œThe second could be bigger. Never been done within the confines of the Daytime Emmys.â€
So there you have it, fans, something else to keep you anticipating the big night! However, the second that Soaps.com finds out the details, weâ€™ll be sure to pass them along! You really didnâ€™t think that we would make you wait until August, did you?
Previously Reported on May 13:
Making the big Daytime Emmy Nominations announcements tomorrow will be "The Today Show's" co-hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb!
Previously Reported on May 11:
Soaps.com was told that the list of Daytime nominees will be announced on the Today Show during the 4th hour at 10 am. That's this Thursday May 14. Tune in! We'll post the list as they're aired.
Previously Reported on May 3:
Soaps.com has just learned that the judging has concluded and the ballots have been returned. Tabulation is in process, and they'll be finished tabulating, Monday! May 14 marks the big reveal! Stay tuned, for Soaps.com will have all the information you need, posted! Soaps.com will also be reviewing Emmy tapes and will share with our readers which stars sent in which reels!
Previously Reported on May 1:
Though we are all waiting patiently to find out who the host for this year's Daytime Emmy Awards will be, Soaps.com is afraid that we'll have to wait a couple more weeks. In fact, the host will be announced on May 14, the same day as the nominations. However, Emmy producer Jim Romanovich, President of Worldwide Media and Entertainment, has promised, â€œI think youâ€™ll be happy with our selection.â€ Stay tuned, fans!
Previously Reported on April 14:
With anticipation for the upcoming 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, and all of the changes ahead, Jim Romanovich, ATIâ€™s president of Worldwide Media and Entertainment, has released a bit more to help viewers understand some of changes for this year's awards show.
First and foremost, now that we know it'll be broadcast on the CW Network on August 30, fans are wondering who the host will be. Though that information hasn't been released yet, Jim assures everyone that they are closing in on naming the host, yes there will only be one host, and they are looking at six people in particular.
Speaking of the August date, which falls on a Sunday, unlike the normal June Friday night date that so many have been used to, Jim explains the reasons for the August date is to give everyone the time to prepare for the airing of the show, which had been undecided for a while. Aside from the fact that to air a June show, with new programming, would be quite the rush, the CW Network's new show season begins on August 30 - a time when viewers are looking forward to their favorite show seasons coming back into their homes, a time when the Daytime Emmy Awards wouldn't be interfering with any other award shows that are scheduled prior to that date. However, this doesn't mean that they won't change the Emmy schedule for the following years after having this year to test the waters, if you will.
A true fan of Daytime, Jim is taking the next five weeks to visit all of the studios in order to meet those involved and see how the studios run things in an attempt to ensure that the Emmys go off without a hitch this year and are an enjoyable experience for everyone involved!
Soaps.com will keep you posted on any further developments surrounding the biggest event in Daytime!