The Young And The Restless Dominates Daytime Emmys

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June 23, 2014 | 4:07am EST

Soap opera The Young And The Restless was the one to beat at the Daytime Emmys on Sunday after scooping six of the prizegiving’s top awards.
Currently in its 41st season, the program has spent 25 years as the number one rated daytime drama, and it proved its longevity by landing a handful of awardsat the Los Angeles ceremony, including its eighth win for Outstanding Drama Series.
Stars Billy Miller (Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series), Amelia Heinle (Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series), and Hunter King (Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series) all won in the top acting categories, while the show also took the trophies for Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team and Outstanding Special Class Special for The Young and The Restless: The Jeanne Cooper Tribute, in honor of the actress who starred on the show for 40 years and died last May.
On Friday, The Young and The Restless earned three additional Daytime Creative Arts Emmys for a total haul of nine awards.
Another long-running soap, Days of Our Lives, earned multiple wins, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for
Eileen Davidson, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Eric Martsolf, and Chandler Massey for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series.
Other winners included Steve Harvey (Outstanding Game Show Host for Family Feud and Outstanding Talk Show – Informative for his self-titled program), Ellen DeGeneres (Outstanding Talk Show – Entertainment and five additional Creative Arts Emmys), and Dr. Mehmet Oz and newlywed Katie Couric, who tied as Outstanding Talk Show Host.
Comedienne Kathy Griffin hosted the prizegiving at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and kicked off the night by mocking reality TV star Kris Jenner, who attended the awards show last year on the same day her daughter Kim Kardashian gave birth to baby North West.

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