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The nominations for the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced Wednesday during CBS' The Talk. CBS scored a leading 61 noms, followed by syndicated programs with 55 nods and Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, who tied with 49 mentions each.
Among other outlets with double-digit noms, NBC received 38, followed by ABC with 35, PBS with 31, YouTube.com with 20, Disney Jr. and Nickelodeon (tied with 16 each), HBO with 12 and Disney Channel with 10.
In terms of individual programs, Days of Our Lives scored a leading 27 noms, followed by General Hospital with 25 and The Young and the Restless with 20. Other series with double-digit noms include The Bold and the Beautiful, with 12, and Giants, with 11.
Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful were all nominated for outstanding drama series.
The Hollywood Reporter's roundtable series, Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter, was nominated for outstanding special class series, where the SundanceTV program will compete against CBS' Lucky Dog With Brandon McMillan, Oxygen's Mysteries & Scandals, Freeform's To Life: How Israeli Volunteers Are Changing the World, PBS' Variety Studio: Actors on Actors and AmericanTheatreWing.org's Working in the Theatre.
In the category of best morning program, CBS was nominated twice, for CBS Sunday Morning and CBS This Morning, with both of those programs facing off against ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today.
Facebook Watch's Jada Pinkett Smith-hosted Red Table Talk series scored a nomination in the category of outstanding informative talk show, where it will vie with Access Live, The Dr. Oz Show, Rachael Ray and the fourth hour of Today, hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.
Best game show nominees include Family Feud, Jeopardy!, Let's Make a Deal, The Price Is Right and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Another newcomer, Netflix's A Little Help With Carol Burnett, scored a best entertainment talk show nomination alongside last year's nominees The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Real, The Talk and The View.
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, which presents the daytime TV honors, previously announced that chef Jacques Pepin and Judge Judy Sheindlin will receive lifetime-achievement honors this year. Sheindlin will be honored during the main ceremony, which is set to be held Sunday, May 5, while Pepin will be recognized at the creative arts ceremony on May 3. Both events will take place at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
A full list of this year's nominees is available here.
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