The 49th Telecast Winners
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES ANNOUNCES THE WINNERS OF THE
49TH ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY® AWARDS CEREMONY
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (June 24, 2022) – The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) tonight announced the winners of the 49th Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards. The ceremony was presented live this evening at 9 PM EDT (delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network and streamed on Paramount+. The ceremony was hosted by Entertainment Tonight hosts Kevin Frazier & Nischelle Turner and featured a special performance by Grammy Award‐winning, singer, songwriter and humanitarian, Michael Bolton.
Presenters at the ceremony included Drew Barrymore (The Drew Barrymore Show), Tamron Hall (Tamron Hall), Scott Evans (Access Hollywood), Jerry O’Connell & Natalie Morales (The Talk), Deborah Norville (Inside Edition), Deidre Hall & James Reynolds (Beyond Salem), Krista Allen, Tanner Novlan & Lawrence Saint‐Victor (The Bold and the Beautiful), Tanisha Harper, Cameron Mathison & Laura Wright (General Hospital), Galen Gering & Camila Banus (Days of our Lives), Sean Dominic, and Christian Le Blanc & Tracey Bregman (The Young and the Restless). Drew Carey appeared in a special tribute honoring the 50th Anniversary of the game show, “The Price is Right.” Also, Susan Lucci, a Daytime Emmy Awards winner and former star of “All My Children” made a special appearance introducing the “In Memoriam” segment of the program.
In addition to awarding Emmys in more than a dozen categories, the ceremony honored Days of Our Lives icon John Aniston with a Lifetime Achievement award, presented by Suzanne Rogers.
The Daytime Emmy Awards have recognized outstanding achievement in television programming and crafts since 1974, honoring work in a variety of categories, including daytime dramas, talk shows, instructional programming, hosting, and legal/courtroom programs. In 2021, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Television Academy jointly announced plans to realign the Daytime and Primetime Emmy Awards to be organized by content genre, as opposed to program airtime. In addition, in recognition of the marked increase in content and entries for children’s programming, 2022 will mark the first annual Children’s & Family Emmy Awards, with relevant categories separating from the Daytime Emmys into their own competition and ceremony.
All awards are judged by a pool of more than 1,000 peer professionals from across the television industry, whose confidential ballots were then tabulated by the independent accounting firm of Lutz & Carr, LLP.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is a service organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational, and technical achievements within the television industry. It recognizes excellence in television with the coveted Emmy Awards for News & Documentary, Sports, Daytime, and Children’s & Family programming, as well as achievements in television Technology & Engineering.
NATAS membership consists of more than 18,000 broadcast and media professionals represented in 19 regional chapters across the country. Beyond awards, NATAS has extensive educational programs including regional student television and its Student Award for Excellence and the National Student Production Awards for outstanding journalistic work by high school students, as well as scholarships, publications, and major activities for both industry professionals and the viewing public.
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