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Celebrating The Shows Working 9 To 5: The Daytime Emmy Nominees Have Been Announced

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Updated 05/2/2014 7:11pm
Celebrating The Shows Working 9 To 5: The Daytime Emmy Nominees Have Been Announced
Media Courtesy of National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

Nick Tucci

Content Editor


It's that time of year again: Cinco de Mayo! Oh, and it's also time for the Daytime Emmy Awards. For those of us who are well aware, the June 22 presentation of said awards might not be too easy to view unless you have tickets to the show at the Beverly Hilton or a speedy WiFi connection at home. Here's a quick rundown of the top nominees for the 41st Daytime Emmy Awards: Soap operas predictably took the top spots in quantity, The Young and the Restless nabbing 26 nominations, followed by fellow The Bold and The Beautiful with 18 and General Hospital with 16. Seminal classic, Sesame Street, earned 15 nominations, competing with the likes of Yo Gabba Gabba! In the daytime talk show section, the numbers were divvied up sparsely: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (9),Rachael Ray (5), The Talk (5), CBS Sunday Morning (3), The Dr. Oz Show (3), The View (3), The Chew (2), Good Morning America (2), The Queen Latifah Show (2), Steve Harvey (2), and Today (2). On their way out, Katie Couric and Barbara Walters (along with her fellow hens) are both up for outstanding talk show host. Barbara is retiring from The View, while Katie has been canceled. Notably on its way in, is internet streaming network Netflix, earning two nods for its children's series TurboFAST. However, that pales in comparison to CBS, which racked up 61 nominations this season. For a complete list of the nominees, check out the award show's site, possibly where you could be viewing the presentation as well. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!


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