Bold & the Beautiful Wins 3rd Consecutive Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Drama


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Brad Bell (EP, Bold & the Beautiful)  Photo: Kathy HutchinsThe 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held this evening in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Hilton and aired from 8 to 10 PM on CBS. 

Wayne Brady hosted the show which was a sort of hodgepodge with an array of Vegas acts, poignant moments, and tribute to talk show queen, Oprah Winfrey and the 25-year reign of the Oprah Winfrey Show that went a tad too long, especially as Oprah

could not be there in person to thank those honoring her.

The biggest news of the night came in the show's final moments when the Bold and the Beautiful took home the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Drama series for the third year in a row. 

Other daytime drama category winners are:

Outstanding Supporting Actor
Jonathan Jackson (Lucky, General Hospital)

Outstanding Supporting Actress
Heather Tom (Katie, The Bold and the Beautiful)

Outstanding Younger Actor
Scott Clifton (Liam, The Bold and the Beautiful)

Outstanding Younger Actress
Brittany Allen (ex Marissa, All My Children)

Outstanding Actor
Miichael Park (Jack, As the World Turns)

Outstanding Actress
Laura Wright (Carly, General Hospital)

Outstanding Drama Series Writing
Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series Directing
The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless

Congratulations to all the daytime drama winners. We'll be back soon with our review of the broadcast, the daytime drama winners of the 38th Annual Creative Craft Awards, tons of fun photos from a number of Emmy related events, and more Daytime Emmy news.

Stay tuned.