Entertainment Weekly
Mar 25, 2016 @ 12:00 pm
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The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless will battle for daytime domination—or at least a daytime Emmy—opposite Days of Our Lives and General Hospital, it was announced today.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show will once again vie for the title of Outstanding Talk Show opposite The Real, The View, The Wendy Williams Show, and The Talk. And in an exciting first for Y&R fans, Lauralee Bell garnered her first-ever nomination in the Supporting Actress category for playing Christine Williams, despite starring on and off in daytime for a gazillion years. Too bad no one will see her tears on TV, should she earn the golden trophy: The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys won’t be on the small screen this year.

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“After last year’s critically successful Daytime telecast, it is with great disappointment that The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announces that there will not be a broadcast of the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards,” said President Bob Maurot. “After months of negotiations to find show sponsorship, the NATAS Executive Board has decided that the current climate for awards shows prohibits the possibility of a telecast this year.”

The awards ceremony will be held at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites in Los Angeles on May 1.

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Here are some of the key categories:

Outstanding Drama Series
The Bold and the Beautiful
Days of Our Lives
General Hospital
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program
Divorce Court
Hot Bench
Judge Judy
Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court
The People’s Court

Outstanding Game Show
Let’s Make A Deal
Monopoly Millionaires’ Club
The Price Is Right
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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Outstanding Morning Program
CBS Sunday Morning
CBS This Morning
Good Morning America

Outstanding Talk Show/Informative
The Chew
The Dr. Oz Show
Larry King Now
The Doctors
The Kitchen

Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
The Real
The View
The Wendy Williams Show
The Talk

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Tracey Bregman
Kassie de Pavia
Mary Beth Evans
Finola Hughes
Maura West

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Tyler Christopher
Anthony Geary
Justin Hartley
Christian LeBlanc
Kristoff St. John

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Lauralee Bell
Jessica Collins
Linsey Godfrey
Peggy McCay
Melissa Reeves

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Bryton James
Shawn Blakemore
Steve Burton
Jacob Young
Dominic Zamprogna

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