10:31 AM EDT 04/29/2015
Daytime Emmy Awards
Originally posted 04/26/2015 10:50PM
The 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Among the big winners were Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless (which took home the night's top honor in a rare tie), General Hospital (which snagged several acting awards among its 28 nominations), The Ellen DeGeneres Show, game show host Craig Ferguson and lifetime achievement award honoree Betty White, to name a few.
Read the highlights from the winners list below.
Originally posted 04/09/2015 12:10PM
Tyra Banks knows how to make a statement, and that's exactly what she plans on doing when she hosts the Daytime Emmys.
"I'm really excited because I like to shake things up," Banks tells PEOPLE of hosting the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in April. "I think being silly is so fun."
Though she says the show will still "give respect where it is due," the America's Next Top Model host is also looking forward to "pushing the envelope."
Banks told PEOPLE three things daytime fans can expect on the show.
Originally posted 03/31/2015 08:40PM
Tuesday was a good day for the cast and crew of General Hospital. The long-running soap opera picked up 28 Daytime Emmy nominations.
The awards will be held on April 26 and Betty White will be honored at the ceremony, where she'll be presented with a lifetime achievement award.
In other nods announced Tuesday, nominees for outstanding lead actress in a drama series are Maura West and Laura Wright for General Hospital, Alison Sweeney and Peggy McCay for Days of Our Lives, and Gina Tognoni for The Young and the Restless.
Originally posted 03/16/2015 04:45PM
Betty White's illustrious career will be honored by the Daytime Emmy Awards on April 26, when she'll be granted the lifetime achievement award, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced in a press release.
White, 93, is in good company: she joins previous honorees including Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters, Merv Griffin and Regis Philbin.
Originally posted 06/25/2014 11:45AM
"Her favorite thing is dive-bombing into the pool and swimming to the steps," the Talk co-host tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 05/01/2014 11:30AM
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences released the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Award nominations Thursday, which included a few high-profile selections.
Ellen DeGeneres may not have a nomination in the outstanding talk-show host category – but The Ellen DeGeneres Show led the talk-show field in total nominations, with nine. The host, who won that category from 2003 (when her show premiered) until 2008, has not submitted herself for nominations since and so she is not eligible to be nominated.
This year's outstanding talk-show host nominees include Dr. Mehmet Oz, Katie Couric, Rachael Ray, the hosts of The Talk (Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood) and the hosts of The View (Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd and a retiring Barbara Walters).
Notable hosts who were not included are Queen Latifah and Wendy Williams.
In addition to DeGeneres's show, nominees in the outstanding talk show/entertainment category include Live! with Kelly and Michael, Rachael Ray, The Talk and The View.
Originally posted 05/01/2013 05:05PM
In 2012, Chandler Massey made history when he became the first actor to win a Daytime Emmy for portraying a gay character in the outstanding young actor category.
On Wednesday, he was nominated again.
"It feels great," Massey, 22, tells PEOPLE. "It's a huge honor and I'd love to have another piece of hardware but we'll see what happens in June."
Originally posted 05/01/2013 11:45AM
CBS soap The Young and the Restless leads the pack for the 40th annual Daytime Emmy awards with 23 nominations, the academy announced Wednesday. They are followed by ABC rival General Hospital with 19.
The award ceremony will be held June 16 in Beverly Hills, Calif., televised for the second year on the cable network HLN.
PBS' venerable children's show Sesame Street and the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives both earned 17 nominations.
Originally posted 06/20/2011 07:00AM
Regis Philbin, who is leaving Live! with Regis & Kelly in November, picked up a Daytime Emmy Award for best talk-show host Sunday, an honor he shared with co-host Kelly Ripa and Dr. Mehmet Oz of The Dr. Oz Show.
It was the fifth Daytime Emmy for Philbin, 79, following two wins in 2001 (best game-show host and talk-show host), one in 2006, and a lifetime achievement award in 2008.
Philbin has never won for best talk show, and he and Ripa came up short again this year, as The Ellen Degeneres Show won that award for the sixth time.
Originally posted 04/29/2006 09:30AM
Ellen DeGeneres proved the darling of Friday night's 33rd annual Daytime Emmy ceremony, taking home the award for best talk-show host for the second time and the top prize for best talk show for the third year running.
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