Backstage: Y&R (Christine Fix, Soaps.com)
Somewhat spent after spending a week in Hollywood, covering the daytime Entertainment Emmys, The Creative Arts & Entertainment Awards and the SOAPnet “Night Before Party”, we still have some energy left in us to bring our visitors the scoop on who won what! To start things off,Soaps.com is happy to announce that there were 8.33 million viewers
watching this year's ceremony! This is a whopping 37% more than last year, and the most watched show since 2004.
GL's Ellen Wheeler Executive Producer (Christine Fix, Soaps.com)
Presented by CBS
at Hollywood’s Kodak Theatre June 15, 2007, excited fans, hopeful actors and actresses and determined media all awaited the Daytime Emmys.
Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team Emmy went to As The World Turns
Genie Francis & daughter (Christine Fix, Soaps.com)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series went to As The World Turns
’ Maura West (Carly Snyder)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series went to The Young and The Restless’
Christian Leblanc (Michael Baldwin).
Bryton McClure (Christine Fix, Soaps.com)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama series went to General Hospital’s
Genie Francis (Laura Spencer).
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama series went to Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing, General Hospital’s
Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series went to As The World Turns
’ Jennifer Landon (Gwen Munson).
Outstanding Younger Actor in a Dramatic Series went to The Young and The Restless’
Bryton McClure (Devon Hamilton).
Jennifer Landon (Christine Fix, Soaps.com)
Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team went to Guiding Light
Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team went to As the World Turns
Outstanding Drama Series was a bit of a surprise with a tie between Guiding Light
and The Young and The Restless
Congratulations to all of the winners of the 34th Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, from Soaps.com! Stay tuned for more insider coverage of the Emmys, as the week progresses!