Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team
40th Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team
Country United States
Presented by NATAS/ATAS
First awarded 1974
Currently held by One Life to Live
(2013)
Most awards The Young and the Restless (13)
Most nominations The Young and the Restless (26)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team is an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It was first awarded at the 1st Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, held in 1974 when the award was originally called Outstanding Individual Director for a Drama Series. Therefore, between 1974 and 1978; the award only honored individual directors.[1][2] In 1979, the award was renamed Outstanding Direction for a Drama Series before using its current title years later.[3] Since then, the award has honored the performances of the entire directing team participating in a form of a daytime drama.[1] The awards ceremony was not aired on television in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for lack of integrity.[4][5] The Emmy was named after an "Immy," an affectionate term used to refer to the image orthicon camera tube.[3] The statuette was designed by Louis McManus, who modeled the award after his wife, Dorothy.[3] The Emmy statuette is fifteen inches tall from base to tip, weighs five pounds and is composed of iron, pewter, zinc and gold.[3]

Richard Dunlap has received the most wins for his direction on The Young and the Restless, with a total of two. The soap opera holds the record for the most awards, winning on thirteen occasions (including Dunlap's wins), also The Bold and the Beautiful tied in 2011 with the soap, which was the first tie in this category. The Young and the Restless has also received the most nominations, with a total of twenty-six. CBS has been the network the most successful, with a total of nineteen wins. One Life to Live is the 2014 recipient of the award.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning director/series

Outstanding Individual Director for a Drama Series[edit]

Year Director(s) Program Network Ref
1974
(1st)
Kenney, WesWes KenneyAward winner Days of our Lives NBC
[2]
Norman Hall The Doctors
NBC
McPhillips, HughHugh McPhillips The Doctors
NBC
1975
(2nd)
Richard DunlapAward winner The Young and the Restless CBS
[6]
Behar, JosephJoseph Behar Days of our Lives
NBC
Ira Cirker Another World
NBC
1976
(3rd)
 — Award winner One Life to Live ABC
[7]
 —
The Doctors
NBC
 —
The Young and the Restless CBS
1977
(4th)
Swift, LelaLela SwiftAward winner Ryan's Hope
NBC
[8]
Behar, JosephJoseph Behar Days of our Lives
NBC
Ira Cirker Another World
NBC
Davis, Paul E.Paul E. Davis and Leonard Valenta As the World Turns
CBS
Rabin, AlAl Rabin Days of our Lives
NBC
Sedwick, JohnJohn Sedwick The Edge of Night
ABC
1978
(4th)
Richard DunlapAward winner The Young and the Restless CBS
[9]
Ira Cirker Another World
NBC
Myhrum, RobertRobert Myhrum Love of Life
CBS
Rabin, AlAl Rabin Days of our Lives
NBC
Swift, LelaLela Swift Ryan's Hope
NBC
Richard T. McCue As the World Turns
CBS

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team[edit]

Year Program Network Ref
1979
(6th)
Ryan's HopeAward winner
ABC
[3]
All My Children
ABC
Another World
NBC
Days of our Lives
NBC
The Edge of Night
ABC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
1980
(7th)
Ryan's HopeAward winner
ABC
[10]
All My Children
ABC
Another World
NBC
The Edge of Night
ABC
General Hospital
ABC
Love of Life
CBS
1981
(8th)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[11]
All My Children
ABC
One Life to Live
ABC
1982
(8th)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[1]
1983
(10th)
One Life to LiveAward winner
ABC
[1]
1984
(11th)
One Life to LiveAward winner
ABC
[1]
1985
(12th)
Guiding Light Award winner
CBS
[1]
1986
(13th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[1]
1987
(14th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[1]
1988
(15th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[1]
1989
(16th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[1]
1990
(17th)
Santa BarbaraAward winner
NBC
[1]
1991
(18th)
Santa BarbaraAward winner
NBC
[12]
All My Children
ABC
Guiding Light
CBS
The Young and the Restless
CBS
1992
(19th)
Another WorldAward winner
NBC
[13]
As the World Turns
CBS
The Young and the Restless
CBS
1993
(20th)
As the World TurnsAward winner
CBS
[14]
All My Children
ABC
Another World
NBC
Days of our Lives
NBC
Guiding Light
CBS
The Young and the Restless
CBS
1994
(21st)
Guiding LightAward winner
CBS
[15]
All My Children
ABC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
1995
(22nd)
All My ChildrenAward winner
ABC
[16]
Another World
NBC
As the World Turns
CBS
One Life to Live
ABC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
1996
(26th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[17]
All My Children
ABC
Days of our Lives
NBC
General Hospital
ABC
1997
(27th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[18]
All My Children
ABC
Days of our Lives
NBC
General Hospital
ABC
1998
(27th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[19]
All My Children
ABC
[20]
Days of our Lives
NBC
General Hospital
ABC
1999
(26th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[21]
All My Children
ABC
Days of our Lives
NBC
General Hospital
ABC
Sunset Beach
NBC
2000
(27th)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[22]
All My Children
ABC
The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
Sunset Beach
NBC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
2001
(28th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[23]
All My Children
ABC
As the World Turns
CBS
General Hospital
ABC
Passions
NBC
2002
(29th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
[24]
All My Children
ABC
As the World Turns
CBS
The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
2003
(30th)
All My ChildrenAward winner
ABC
[25]
As the World Turns
CBS
Days of our Lives
NBC
Passions
NBC
2004
(31st)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[26]
One Life to Live
ABC
[27]
Passions
NBC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
2005
(32nd)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[28]
All My Children
ABC
Guiding Light
CBS
The Young and the Restless
CBS
2006
(33rd)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[29]
The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
[30]
Days of our Lives
NBC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
2007
(34th)
As the World TurnsAward winner
CBS
[31]
General Hospital
ABC
Guiding Light
CBS
One Life to Live
ABC
2008
(35th)
One Life to LiveAward winner
ABC
[32]
All My Children
ABC
[33]
The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
General Hospital
ABC
2009
(36th)
One Life to LiveAward winner
ABC
[34]
All My Children
ABC
[35]
Days of our Lives
NBC
2010
(37th)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[36]
All My Children
ABC
[37]
The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
One Life to Live
ABC
2011
(38th)
The Bold and the BeautifulAward winner
CBS
[38]
The Young and the RestlessAward winner
CBS
General Hospital
ABC
[39]
One Life to Live
ABC
2012
(39th)
General HospitalAward winner
ABC
[40]
The Bold and the Beautiful
CBS
[41]
One Life to Live
ABC
The Young and the Restless
CBS
2013
(40th)
The Bold and the BeautifulAward winner
CBS
[42]
Days of our Lives
NBC
[43]
General Hospital
ABC
The Young and the Restless
CBS

Total awards won[edit]

Wins Program
13
The Young and the Restless
8
General Hospital
6
One Life to Live
3
Ryan's Hope
2 All My Children
As the World Turns
Guiding Light
Santa Barbara
The Bold and the Beautiful
1
Another World
Days of our Lives

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