Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series

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Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series
43rd Daytime Emmy Awards
Awarded for Outstanding Drama Series
Country United States
Presented by
First awarded 1972
Currently held by
Most awards General Hospital (12)
Most nominations The Young and the Restless (33)
Official website emmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series 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 24th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, held in 1972, when the award was originally called Outstanding Achievement in a Daytime Drama for two years.[1][2]

The first daytime-themed Emmy Awards were presented in 1974, when this award was renamed Outstanding Drama Series and given in honor of a daytime drama.[2] The awards ceremony was not televised in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for lack of integrity.[3][4] The Emmy was named after an "Immy", an affectionate term used to refer to the image orthicon camera tube.[5] The statuette was designed by Louis McManus, who modeled the award after his wife, Dorothy.[5] The Emmy statuette is fifteen inches tall from base to tip. The statuette weighs 5 pounds and is composed of iron, pewter, zinc and gold.[5]

The award was first presented to The Doctors, which first aired in 1963. General Hospital holds the record for the most awards, winning on twelve occasions. In 2007, Guiding Light and The Young and the Restless tied, which was the first tie in this category. The Young and the Restless has also received the most nominations, with a total of thirty-three. ABC has been the most successful network, with a total of twenty-one wins. As of the 2016 ceremony, General Hospital became the most recent 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.

Table key
double-dagger Indicates the winner
Year Program Network Ref
1972
(24th)
The DoctorsAward winner NBC [1]
All My Children ABC
Another World NBC
General Hospital ABC
1973
(25th)
The Edge of NightAward winner CBS [6]
Days of Our Lives NBC
One Life to Live ABC
The Doctors NBC
1974
(1st)
The DoctorsAward winner NBC [7]
Days of Our Lives NBC
General Hospital ABC
1975
(2nd)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS [8]
Another World NBC
Days of Our Lives NBC
1976
(3rd)
Another WorldAward winner NBC [9]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1977
(4th)
Ryan's HopeAward winner ABC [10]
All My Children ABC
Another World NBC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Edge of Night ABC
1978
(5th)
Days of Our LivesAward winner NBC [11]
All My Children ABC
Ryan's Hope ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1979
(6th)
Ryan's HopeAward winner ABC [12]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1980
(7th)
Guiding LightAward winner CBS [13]
All My Children ABC
Another World NBC
1981
(8th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [14]
All My Children ABC
Ryan's Hope ABC
1982
(9th)
Guiding LightAward winner CBS [15]
All My Children ABC [16]
General Hospital ABC
Ryan's Hope ABC
1983
(10th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS [17]
Days of Our Lives NBC
General Hospital ABC
One Life to Live ABC
1984
(11th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [18]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
1985
(12th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS [19]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
General Hospital ABC
Guiding Light CBS
1986
(13th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS [20]
All My Children ABC
As the World Turns CBS
General Hospital ABC
1987
(14th)
As the World TurnsAward winner CBS [21]
All My Children ABC
Santa Barbara NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1988
(15th)
Santa BarbaraAward winner NBC [22]
All My Children ABC
As the World Turns CBS
General Hospital ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1989
(16th)
Santa BarbaraAward winner NBC [23]
All My Children ABC
As the World Turns CBS
General Hospital ABC
Guiding Light CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
1990
(17th)
Santa BarbaraAward winner NBC [24]
All My Children ABC
Guiding Light CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
1991
(18th)
As the World TurnsAward winner CBS [25]
All My Children ABC
Guiding Light CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
1992
(19th)
All My ChildrenAward winner ABC [26]
As the World Turns CBS
Guiding Light CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
1993
(20th)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS [27]
All My Children ABC
As the World Turns CBS
Guiding Light CBS
1994
(21st)
All My ChildrenAward winner ABC [28]
As the World Turns CBS
Guiding Light CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
1995
(22nd)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [29]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1996
(26th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [30]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1997
(27th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [31]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1998
(27th)
All My ChildrenAward winner ABC [32]
Days of Our Lives NBC [33]
General Hospital ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
1999
(26th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [34]
All My Children ABC
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2000
(27th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [35]
All My Children ABC
One Life to Live ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2001
(28th)
As the World TurnsAward winner CBS [36]
All My Children ABC
General Hospital ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2002
(29th)
One Life to LiveAward winner ABC [37]
All My Children ABC
As the World Turns CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
2003
(30th)
As the World TurnsAward winner CBS [38]
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
Port Charles ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2004
(31st)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS [39]
As the World Turns CBS [40]
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
General Hospital ABC
Guiding Light CBS
2005
(32nd)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [41]
All My Children ABC
As the World Turns CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
2006
(33rd)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [42]
As the World Turns CBS [43]
Guiding Light CBS
The Young and the Restless CBS
2007
(34th)
Guiding LightAward winner CBS [44]
The Young and the RestlessAward winner CBS
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
One Life to Live ABC
2008
(35th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [45]
Guiding Light CBS [46]
One Life to Live ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2009
(36th)
The Bold and the BeautifulAward winner CBS [47]
All My Children ABC [48]
Days of Our Lives NBC
2010
(37th)
The Bold and the BeautifulAward winner CBS [49]
All My Children ABC [50]
General Hospital ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2011
(38th)
The Bold and the BeautifulAward winner CBS [51]
All My Children ABC [52]
General Hospital ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2012
(39th)
General HospitalAward winner ABC [53]
All My Children ABC [54]
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2013
(40th)
Days of Our LivesAward winner NBC [55]
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS [56]
General Hospital ABC
One Life to Live ABC
The Young and the Restless CBS
2014
(41st)
The Young and the RestlessAward winner[a] CBS [57]
The Bold and the Beautiful[b] CBS [58]
Days of Our Lives[c] NBC
One Life to Live[d] TOLN.com
2015
(42nd)
Days of Our Lives[e]Award winner NBC [59]
The Young and the Restless[f]Award winner CBS
The Bold and the Beautiful[g] CBS [60]
General Hospital[h] ABC
2016
(43rd)
General HospitalAward winner ABC
[61]
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
[62]
Days of Our Lives NBC
The Young and the Restless CBS

Total awards won[edit]

Awards Program
12 General Hospital
9 The Young and the Restless
4 As the World Turns
3 All My Children
The Bold and the Beautiful
Days of our Lives
Guiding Light
Santa Barbara
2 Ryan's Hope
The Doctors
1 The Edge of Night
Another World
One Life to Live

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Executive Producer: Jill Farren Phelps, Supervising Producers: John Fisher, Tony Morina, Producer: Mary O’Leary
  2. ^ Executive Producer: Bradley Bell, Supervising Producers: Rhonda Friedman, Edward Scott, Coordinating Producer: Mark Pinciotti, Producers: Colleen Bell, Cynthia J. Popp, Casey Kasprzyk
  3. ^ Executive Producer: Ken Corday, Co-Executive Producers: Lisa DeCazotte, Greg Meng Senior Coordinating Producers: Janet Spellman-Drucker, Tim Stevens, Coordinating Producer: Randy Dugan, Producer: Albert Alarr
  4. ^ Executive Producers: Rich Frank, Jeff Kwatinetz, Jennifer Pepperman, Supervising Producer: Catherine Maher-Smith, Coordinating Producers: Vivian Gundaker, Jennifer Salamone, Line Producer: Chris Savage
  5. ^ Executive Producer: Ken Corday, Senior Coordinating Producer: Janet Spellman-Drucker, Co-Executive Producers: Lisa DeCazotte, Greg Meng, Coordinating Producer: Randy Dugan, Producer: Albert Alarr
  6. ^ Executive Producer: Jill Farren Phelps, Supervising Producers: John Fisher, Tony Morina, Coordinating Producer: Mary O'Leary, Producer: Mary O’Leary
  7. ^ Executive Producer: Bradley Bell, Supervising Producers: Rhonda Friedman, Edward Scott, Casey Kasprzyk Coordinating Producer: Mark Pinciotti, Producers: Colleen Bell, Cynthia J. Popp,
  8. ^ Executive Producer: Frank Valentini, Coordinating Producer: Jennifer Whittaker-Brogdon, Producers: Mercer Barrows, Michelle Henry, Mary Kelly Weir

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