The 43rd Daytime Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), "recognizes outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during the 2015 calendar year". The ceremony took place on May 1, 2016 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites in Los Angeles, California.
The drama pre-nominees were announced on January 27, 2016, and the standard nominations were announced on March 24, 2016, during an episode of The Talk for a second year in a row. The 43rd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, for extended Daytime Emmy categories, was held on April 29, 2016 with the venue also being the Westin Bonaventure Hotel. On March 24, 2016, the NATAS announced that despite the success of the previous year's ceremony on Pop, that the 2016 ceremony will forgo a traditional television broadcast for the second time citing "the current climate for awards shows". The 2014 ceremony also forwent a traditional television broadcast due to a lack of a suitable broadcast partner in time for the ceremony. On April 6, 2016, it was announced that the Lifetime Achievement Award would be presented to Sonia Manzano.
|43rd Daytime Emmy Awards|
|Awarded for||Outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television|
|Date||May 1, 2016|
|Location||Westin Bonaventure Hotel |
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Presented by||National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences|
In addition to multiple changes for Creative Arts categories, the Academy announced a submission change for the 43rd Daytime Emmy Awards. For the Blue Ribbon Judging round, performers from the six Drama performer categories can now submit up to 20 minutes of appearances from any two episodes from the 2015 calendar year, rather than from one single episode as had been done for several previous years. Thirty-minute programs have the option of using material from up to four episodes, specifically from two sets of two consecutive episodes.
|Category||Winners and nominees|
|Outstanding Drama Series|
|Outstanding Game Show|
|Outstanding Morning Program|
|Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish|
|Outstanding Talk Show/Informative|
|Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment|
|Outstanding Entertainment News Program|
|Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish||
|Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series||
|Outstanding Daytime Talent in a Spanish Language Program|
|Outstanding Game Show Host|
|Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host|
|Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host||
|Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team||
|Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team||
The following individuals presented awards or performed musical acts.
|Randy West||Announcer for the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards|
|Mario Lopez||Presenter of the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Morning Program|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment|
Dr. Mehmet Oz
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Game Show|
| Billy Flynn
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Game Show Host|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish, Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish and Outstanding Daytime Talent in a Spanish Language Program|
|Brandon McMillan||Presenter of the award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series|
|Sandra Lee||Social Issues Segment|
|Rita Moreno||Presenter of the Lifetime Achievement Award|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team|
|Presenter of the award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series|
|Presenter of the award for Outstanding Talk Show/Informative|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host and In Memoriam|
|Presenters of the award for Outstanding Entertainment News Program|
|Laura Wright||Presenter of the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series|
|Chris Harrison||Presenter of the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series|
|Shemar Moore||Presenter of the award for Outstanding Drama Series|
|Julie Garnyé||Performer:||"For Good" during the In Memoriam tribute|
2016 Emmy Awards may refer to:
68th Primetime Emmy Awards, the 2016 Emmy Awards ceremony that honored primetime programming during June 2015 – May 2016
43rd Daytime Emmy Awards, the 2016 Emmy Awards ceremony that honored daytime programming during 2015
44th International Emmy Awards, the 2016 ceremony that honored international programming2016 in American television
The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2016. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and rebrandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes.43rd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards
The 43rd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, which honors the crafts behind American daytime television programming, was held at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites in Los Angeles on April 29, 2016. The event was presented in conjunction with the 43rd Daytime Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The nominations were announced on March 24, 2016, and neither ceremony was televised.44th Daytime Emmy Awards
The 44th Daytime Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), "recognizes outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during the 2016 calendar year". The ceremony took place on April 30, 2017 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, in Pasadena, California, and began at 5:00 p.m. PST / 8:00 p.m. EST. The ceremony, livestreamed in the United States by Facebook Live and Periscope Producer, was executively produced by Michael Levitt, David Parks, and the Senior Vice President of the Daytime Emmy Awards, David Michaels. Actors and television hosts Mario Lopez and Sheryl Underwood hosted the ceremony for the first time.In related events, the Academy held its 44th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony also at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on April 28, 2017. On January 26, 2017, the Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Mary Hart. Soap Opera Digest reported that former All My Children star Susan Lucci would make an appearance at the ceremony, as part of a segment paying tribute to the serial's creator, Agnes Nixon.Anna Maria Horsford
Anna Maria Horsford (born March 6, 1948) is an American actress, known for her performances in television comedies.
Horsford is best known for her roles as Thelma Frye on the NBC sitcom Amen (1986–91), and as Dee Baxter on the WB sitcom The Wayans Bros. (1995–99). She had dramatic roles on the FX crime drama The Shield playing A.D.A. Beth Encardi, and CBS daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful as Vivienne Avant, for which she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Guest Performer in a Drama Series in 2016.
Horsford appeared in a number of movies, most notable as Craig Jones' mother Betty in 1995 comedy film Friday and its sequel Friday After Next (2002). Her other film credits include Times Square (1980), The Fan (1981), Presumed Innocent (1990), Set It Off (1996), Along Came a Spider (2001), Our Family Wedding (2010), and A Madea Christmas (2013).Ava Jerome
Ava Jerome is a fictional character from General Hospital, an American soap opera on the ABC network. The role is portrayed by three-time Daytime Emmy Award winner Maura West, who made her first appearance on May 8, 2013.
Ava is part of the Jerome crime family; she is the only daughter of Victor Jerome (Jack Axelrod) and Ryan's Hope's Delia Ryan (Ilene Kristen), and the younger half-sister of Evan Jerome, Olivia St. John (Tonja Walker) and Julian Jerome (Jason Culp, William deVry). Introduced by executive producer Frank Valentini and created by head writer Ron Carlivati, Ava is introduced as the ex-lover of Robert "Franco" Frank (James Franco, Roger Howarth), and mother of his presumed daughter Lauren Katherine "Kiki" Jerome (Kristen Alderson, Hayley Erin), the missing heiress to the Quartermaine family fortune. An art dealer by day, in July 2013, Ava is revealed to be the previously unmentioned youngest child of the infamous Jerome crime family, introduced to the series in the late 1980s. Ava's attempt to use her daughter's faked paternity to get power at ELQ Industries is a part of her scheme with big brother, Julian Jerome to reclaim their family's territory from resident mob boss, Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard).
West's performance has been met with critical acclaim, winning her the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 2015.Bernie Su
Bernie Su is an American web series creator, writer, director and producer. He is best known for his work on the Emmy Award-winning web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries with Hank Green, a modern vlog-style adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice which won YouTube’s first primetime Emmy. His five-platform interactive re-imagination of Austen’s Emma, called Emma Approved, won the same Emmy two years later. Su also worked on Vanity, was Multi-channel network StyleHaul’s first original online series, with Maybelline New York attached as the exclusive sponsor for its centennial celebration.
Su's most recent project, Artificial, follows a young AI named Sophie as she learns what it means to be a human. It is the first web series to debut on the streaming service Twitch.Oobi (TV series)
Oobi is an American children's television series created by Josh Selig of Little Airplane Productions. The series follows four characters, represented by bare hand puppets with eyes and accessories, on their everyday adventures. It began in 2000 as a series of shorts commissioned by the Noggin network, which was a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop at the time. Two seasons of full-length episodes aired on Noggin and Nickelodeon from April 7, 2003, to February 11, 2005.Selig created the series shortly after leaving Sesame Street, which he had worked on since its first season. He developed the idea for Oobi while watching bare-handed puppeteers audition for Ulica Sezamkowa, the Polish version of Sesame Street. Roles on Oobi were offered to veteran puppeteers from related Sesame Workshop shows. The Jim Henson Company, which designed the puppets on Sesame Street, held a stake in Noggin at the time of Oobi's inception. Principal photography took place at Kaufman Astoria Studios, where Sesame Street is also taped.
The series features Muppet performers Tim Lagasse, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Noel MacNeal, and Tyler Bunch in starring roles. Oobi's concept is based on a technique used by puppeteers learning to lip-sync, in which they use their hands and a pair of ping pong balls in place of a puppet. The characters' designs include plastic eyes and accessories such as hats and hairpieces. The puppeteers' thumbs are used to represent mouth movement, and their fingers flutter and clench to indicate emotions. The characters speak in simplified sentences that do not contain prepositions or conjunctions. The puppets have been compared to those of ventriloquist Señor Wences and were billed as "furless" Muppets in promotional statements.
Oobi was a breakout success for Noggin. The series received a variety of awards from honorary organizations including the Television Academy and Parents' Choice. It received positive reviews from critics, with praise for the puppeteers' performances, the visual style, and the show's appeal toward multiple age groups. Oobi posted an average Nielsen rating of 2.35 among the preschool age group by its second season, becoming the highest-rated series ever to air on Noggin. It is the most widely distributed Noggin original program, having aired in over 23 markets worldwide by 2005. A spin-off titled Oobi: Dasdasi premiered in 2012 and ran for 78 episodes, airing in the Middle East and countries across Asia.Super Soul Sunday
Super Soul Sunday is an American daytime self-help talk show hosted by Oprah Winfrey, which airs on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Super Soul Sunday premiered on October 16, 2011.
On May 13, 2019, it was announced that the sixteenth season will premiere on May 19, 2019.The Chase (American game show)
The Chase is an American television quiz show based on the British program of the same name. The show premiered on August 6, 2013, on Game Show Network (GSN). It is hosted by Brooke Burns, and features Mark Labbett (nicknamed "The Beast") as the "chaser".
The American version of the show follows the same general format as the original UK version, but with teams of three contestants instead of four. The game is a quiz competition in which contestants attempt to win money by challenging a quiz show genius known as the chaser. Each contestant participates in an individual "chase" called the Cash Builder, in which they attempt to answer as many questions as possible in 60 seconds to earn as much money as possible to contribute to a prize fund for the team. The contestant must answer enough questions to stay ahead of the chaser on the gameboard; otherwise, they lose their winnings for that round. The contestants who successfully complete their individual chases without being caught advance to the Final Chase, in which they answer questions as a team playing for an equal share of the prize fund accumulated throughout the episode.
The Chase received positive critical reception; Burns and Labbett earned positive reviews for their roles, and one critic praised the series for avoiding a slow pace in gameplay. Both the series and Burns received Daytime Emmy Award nominations; the series was nominated in 2014 for Outstanding Game Show, and Burns two years later for Outstanding Game Show Host. Each lost to Jeopardy! and Craig Ferguson (host of Celebrity Name Game) respectively.The Real (talk show)
The Real is an American syndicated talk show created by SallyAnn Salsano (495 Productions) and produced by Rachel Miskowiec since 2015. The series initially received a trial run on Fox owned markets in the summer of 2013 and premiered for full syndication in 2014.
On January 3, 2018, Fox Television Stations picked up two more seasons of the series, effectively allowing Warner Bros. Television Distribution to continue to produce it into the 2019–20 television season.Vivian Jovanni
Vivian Jovanni (born August 17, 1995) is an American actress and former model. She is known for portraying the role of Ciara Brady on the NBC soap opera, Days of Our Lives.
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