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Soap opera actors presented with awards for 2018 storylines.

Soap opera fans of The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital and Young and the Restless were able to watch the live stream of the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards tonight, Sunday May 5, free online. Soaps.com is reporting live from the annual daytime ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California. Keep refreshing as we post the winners as they are announced and watch the full ceremony below…

Outstanding Drama

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Writing Team

The Young and the Restless

More: Soaps.com’s Daytime Emmy live blog

Outstanding Drama Directing Team

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Lead Actor

General Hospital’s Maurice Benard for scenes where Sonny broke down in front of Carly and Jason over his father’s Alzheimer’s condition.

More: 46th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy winners

Outstanding Lead Actress

The Bold and the Beautiful’s Jacqueline MacInnes Wood for scenes where a pregnant Steffy begged Liam not to leave her – and to forgive her for sleeping with his father, Bill.

Outstanding Supporting Actor

General Hospital’s Max Gail for Mike’s heartbreaking Alzheimer’s storyline.

More: Photos, soap stars on the 2019 Daytime Emmy Red Carpet

Outstanding Supporting Actress

General Hospital’s Vernee Watson for the scene where Stella reminded Curtis how she gave up the love of her life to keep their family together then lashed out at Jordan and accused her of trying to tear it apart.

Outstanding Younger Actor

Days of our Lives’ Kyler Pettis for the scene where Theo told his father, Abe, he wouldn’t consent to leaving Salem, following JJ accidentally shooting him, for a trial treatment, due to the accidental shooting, without looking into it further.

More: Watch 2019 Daytime Emmys winners backstage interviews

Outstanding Younger Actress

General Hospital’s Hayley Erin for the scene where Kiki broke down crying in Griffin’s arms, due to the stress at the hospital surrounding Dr. Bensch harassing her.

Outstanding Guest Performer

General Hospital’s Patricia Bethune for scenes playing Nurse Mary Pat and drugging Carly, who was a patient at Ferncliff.

Outstanding Digital Drama Series

After Forever

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