24th Daytime Emmy Awards

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24th Daytime Emmy Awards
DateMay 21, 1997 [1]
LocationRadio City Music Hall, New York City
Presented byNational Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Hosted bySusan Lucci
Regis Philbin
Outstanding Drama SeriesGeneral Hospital
Outstanding Game ShowThe Price is Right
Television/radio coverage
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The 24th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 21, 1997, at Radio City Music Hall, New York City. to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year (1996). The Lifetime Achievement award was presented to Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers).

Winners in each category are in bold.[2]

Outstanding Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team[edit]

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team[edit]

Outstanding Talk Show[edit]

Outstanding Talk show Host[edit]

Outstanding Game Show[edit]

Outstanding Game Show Host[edit]

Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program[edit]

Outstanding Children's Animated Program[edit]

Outstanding Music Direction and Composition[edit]

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program[edit]

Outstanding Individual in Animation[edit]

  • Barbara Schade (The Magic Pearl)
  • Kexx Singleton (Timon & Pumbaa - "Beethoven's Whiff")

Outstanding Sound Editing[edit]

  • Thomas McGurk, Michael McAuliffe and Dave Howe (Bill Nye the Science Guy)
  • Jason King, Raymond E. Spiess III, William H. Angarola, Anna MacKenzie, Denise Brady, Cindy Rabideau, Mark Cookson, Andrew I. King, Ray Spiess and Robert Guastini (Flipper)
  • Robert L. Manahan, James Perry, Jeff Boydstun, Andrew Somers, Edward Gomez and Dave Burke (Beakman's World)

Outstanding Sound Editing - Special Class[edit]

  • Paca Thomas, Nick Carr, Marc S. Perlman, Kris Daly, Melissa Ellis, Phyllis Ginter, Eric Hertsguaard, Paul Holzborn, Jennifer Mertens, William Griggs, Jeff Hutchins, Kenneth Young, Bill Kean, David Lynch and Otis Van Osten (Mighty Ducks)
  • Debra Ruby, Marty Stein, Rick Hinson, Anthony Torretto, Chris Fradkin and Greg Pusateri (The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper)
  • Marty Stein, Anthony Torretto, Chris Fradkin, Rick Hinson and Maciek Malish (The Tick)
  • David Browning and Dick Maitland (Sesame Street)
  • Bill Kean, Thomas A. Harris, Fil Brown, David Lynch, Robbi Smith, Brian F. Mars, Eric Hertsguaard, Kris Daly, Michael Warner, Phyllis Ginter, William Griggs and Jennifer Mertens (Timon & Pumbaa)

Outstanding Sound Mixing[edit]

  • Jon Taylor, Kevin Patrick Burns, Todd Orr and Craig Walmsley (Flipper)
  • Dave Howe, Michael McAuliffe, Resti Bagcal, Myron Partman and Thomas McGurk (Bill Nye the Science Guy)

Outstanding Sound Mixing - Special Class[edit]

Outstanding Single Camera Editing[edit]

Outstanding Writing in a Children's Series[edit]

  • Kit Boss, Erren Gottlieb, Michael Gross, James McKenna, Bill Nye, Ian G. Saunders, Scott Schaefer and Darrell Suto (Bill Nye the Science Guy)
  • Richard Albrecht, Casey Keller, Marijane Miller, Barry Friedman and Mark Waxman (Beakman's World)
  • Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers' Neighborhood)
  • Lee Hunkins, Ronnie Krauss (Reading Rainbow)
  • Norman Stiles, Lou Berger, Luis Santeiro, Nancy Sans, Christine Ferraro, John Weidman, Belinda Ward, Adam Rudman, Molly Boylan, Annie Evans, Ian Ellis James, Emily Perl Kingsley, Jeff Moss, Mo Willems, Tony Geiss, David Korr, Sonia Manzano, Judy Freudberg, Cathi Turow, Sara Compton, Josh Selig and Joey Mazzarino (Sesame Street)

Outstanding Directing in a Children's Series[edit]

Outstanding Children's Series[edit]

Lifetime achievement award[edit]


  1. ^ "TV Listings for - November 4, 2021 - TV Tango".
  2. ^ "The Twenty-Fourth Annual Daytime Emmy Awards". Soap Central and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. New York City. Retrieved February 9, 2016.

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