The first list of presenters had been released by HLN, the host network of the annual Daytime Emmy Awards show.
The Young and the Restless’ nominated young stars Max Ehrich, Bryton James, and Hunter King are tapped to present during the telecast, with Corbin Bernsen and Jess Walton confirmed to introduce the “in memoriam” tribute, which will include the legendary Jeanne Cooper.
In addition, this year’s presenters will include some of the biggest names in television, past, present and future including: Steve Harvey, Betty White, Wayne Brady, Alex Trebek, Todd Newton and the newest additions to daytime TV, Bethenny Frankel and Kris Jenner.
Betty White will present legendary producer Bob Stewart, and Wayne Brady will present Game Show icon Monty Hall, with this year’s Lifetime Achievement Awards.
More information will be announced in the coming weeks including hosts, additional presenters and show content.
2013 landmarks the the 40th anniversary of the Daytime Emmy Awards, representing four decades of achievement within the Daytime Community. The theme of past, present and future will be a defining constant throughout this year’s monumental telecast honoring this special anniversary.
Viewer integration will be part of the presentation with featured segments on air and online at HLNtv.com. The 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards is produced by LocoDistro; Gabriel Gornell is founder and the show’s executive producer; David Michaels is co-executive producer of the show and senior executive director, The Daytime Emmy Awards; Dave Levine is co-executive producer of the show and executive producer of HLN’s “Showbiz Tonight.”
In it’s 40th year the Daytime Emmys will be presented live from The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 16, 8-10 p.m., ET/PT!
So what do you think of the line-up this far?