Live Blog: 2013 Daytime Emmy Awards


TVSource Magazine live blogs the 2013 Daytime Emmy Awards, airing live tonight on HLN.

It’s that time of year again when the stars from All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Young and the Restless, talk shows and more coalesce at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles, as NATAS honors the best in daytime television. Who will take home the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor/Actress? Which show will take home the big win? The 2013 Daytime Emmy Awards airs tonight from 8-10PM on HLN.

TVSource Magazine’s West Coast Editor William Dallman is on the red carpet for the fourth year in a row and will provide us with photos, interviews and more leading up to the broadcast. In addition, TVSource Magazine’s Executive Editor, Ryan White-Nobles, and Senior Editor, Amber Cunigan, will live blog the red carpet and awards show.

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Live Blog Begins at 7:30PM/EST.

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  1. Julie Marie Berman taking home the Daytime Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress made this dreadful exercise of a show worth watching. She was everything the show was not: poised, classy, gracious, and humble to say nothing about her looking absolutely gorgeous. A well deserved win for a young woman whose immense talent and beauty in the role of Lulu Spencer-Falconeri is much missed on GH. Brava, Miss Berman. Brava!

  2. i was excited to watch the Daytime Emmys .but the show is awful not enough soap stars as presenter . to much of talk shows. the interviews on stage after they one is horrible. should have spent the time showing clips of the shows that the actors submitted. i think who ever voted on the winners works for CBS way to many of there shows have one. general hospital actors are getting robbed

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