Brad and Henry ( has learned that the Emmy pre-noms are in for the 37th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards. Here’s a rundown of who is on the list from As The World Turns.

For the lead actress category, Terri Columbino (Katie Snyder) and Maura West (Carly Tenney) are pre-nominated.

From missing out on getting a baby to finally having one and losing her husband, Katie had a pretty emotionally trying year and even if she seemed to spend a lot of it attempting to get some bed rest, the rest of the time she was wide awake and playing nicely off of the many men entangled in her life.

Maura West pushed Carly further than she’s ever gone as she collapsed into alcoholism and a chaotic relationship with Craig only to pull herself back together by the end of the year. Kudos to her for never allowing her character to ever seem like too much of a victim.

Lead Actor pre-nominees go to Jon Lindstorm (Craig Montgomery) and Michael Park (Jack Snyder).

Lindstrom managed to nicely re-invent one of the show’s best established characters with a spin all his own and effortless charisma. He also punches passion into all of his relationships, whether it’s with Carly or her very own sister.

Jack fell apart as the year went on with a dysfunctional marriage and a brother accidentally dead by his own hand. Park managed to sink into the mire of emotional dejection and still master the sarcastic comeback.

Supporting Actress pre-noms go to Cady McClain (Rosanna Cabot) and Julie Pinson (Janet Snyder).

Rosanna returned for a few months as a rather different character than she’d left and quickly fell back in love with her old lover/enemy, Craig. Through the entire ordeal, Cady gave the character fragility and thoughtfulness.

Julie Pinson had the daunting task of playing one of the most divisive characters on the show and successfully filled her, flaws and all, while managing to provide a foil to some of the most overbearing characters in Oakdale.