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41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

By bilyfoster

Sunday night, June 22nd, 2014 the stars of daytime stepped out for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremonies from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California which was live streamed on the Internet for the first time in the history of the awards presentation.

On-Air On-Soaps is your online destination for all of your Daytime Emmy post-coverage with our 2014 Daytime Emmy Hub! From the red carpet, where you will see video interviews with the nominees, presenters, and your favorite soap stars and personalities from daytime programming, to our backstage coverage where we went one-one-one with the night’s big winners, to our exclusive Emmy fashion review with our special fashion correspondent, Days of Our Lives, Lauren Koslow (Kate), and our annual Emmy wrap-up of all the events and big moments surrounding Emmy weekend 2014, and all of our special photo galleries, we have got you, our fans, covered!  Keep checking back to the hub for updated content in the days ahead!

And make sure to follow On-Air On-Soaps Michael Fairman on Twitter @michaelfairman to see more candid photos from the night, as we celebrated with the stars from your favorite daytime soaps, and honored the accomplishments of our colleagues in the daytime community for the 41st time at daytime’s biggest night of the year!

  1. Richard Hammer says:

    The Daytime Emmys were dreadful..Absolutely dreadful. I felt bad for the nominees and winners. They deserved better. And so did we! Whomever was responsible for making the decision to hire those four whining ‘social media experts’ deserves to lose their job. If the Academy were smart they would take a full page ad out in Variety and apologize to the industry at large.


    Robin Cornett replied

    In total agreement with you Mr. Hammer!


  2. Robin Cornett says:

    So sorry the daytime Emmy’s were not on TV, and also sorry I watched online. I actually got so fed up at the beginning that I did not even watch the whole show. I was happy for OLTL, but sad that General Hospital got left out of so much, and the hosts who acted so clueless, and down right rude made me just turn off the computer. The awards show this year was a disaster.


  3. Robin Cornett says:

    The people in the daytime industry, especially Soap Actors and Staff work so hard at what they do, and they have pages and pages of scripts to read and some have very long hours. This past daytime Emmy Show acted like it was just all a big joke. I think they deserved more class than that. I guess it was good that there was liquor everywhere to get people in better moods. I usually don’t comment on something if I feel negative about it, but I guess I am not the only one who thought it could have been so much better.


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