The 2020 Daytime Emmys are close to air on CBS, their first time on the TV network since 2011. The Talk hosts Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marie Osmond will present the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which can see the simplest and brightest stars of daytime TV accepting awards from their homes within the first (and hopefully last) lockdown edition of the ceremony.
Daytime Emmy Awards 2020 Airdate, hosts, important changes, and everyone you would like to understand about the virtual event The ceremony for the awards will air on CBS on Friday, June 26. the beginning time for the Daytime Emmys is 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT, with the two-hour ceremony expected to finish at 10 p.m.–though as this is often the primary ceremony to be filmed remotely, teething problems may even see the show air long it’s awards season! kind of. The 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards — rescheduled from earlier this year because of the worldwide pandemic — are tonight. this is often the one where daytime TV gets its due, and it’s worth watching.
CBS leads all networks with 57 nominations, followed by Amazon Prime Video with 55. Syndicated shows garnered 53 nominations, followed by NBC (43), Netflix (40), ABC (38), and PBS (28).
The event, which can honor the simplest in US daytime television programming in 2019, was scheduled to happen from June 12 to Flag Day before being commuted to a single-day virtual event thanks to Covid-19. “Days of Our Lives” star Susan Seaforth Hayes was nominated for best-supporting drama actress. Hayes, 76, is the only cast member to appear in the series in all of the nearly 55 years that it has been on the air.
Singer Kelly Clarkson received a nod for the first season of her eponymous talk show. Alex Trebek of “Jeopardy!” vies for best game show host, a category he won last year.