Watch performance highlights of the four Outstanding Daytime Drama nominees leading up to "The 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" airing live on Friday, June 26 on CBS.
Stars from "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless" to appear on "Let's Make a Deal" during Thursday, May 21 episode.
The United Kingdom is getting its daily dose of "The Bold and the Beautiful" for the first time in 10 years.
"The Young and the Restless" takes back its number one position in total viewers during the week of March 23-27, 2020.
"The Talk" to return with all-new episodes beginning Monday, March 30. The series will feature the hosts working remotely from home.
Watch “General Hospital” actress Patricia Bethune (ex-Nurse Mary Pat) take home the gold during “The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.”
CBS renews its entire daytime lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and "The Talk" for the 2019-2020 television season.
The complete list of drama nominees for "The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."
CBS' "The Talk" reveals nominations for "The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" during broadcast. Did your favorite get a nomination?
Just what past does Flo (played by "30 Rock" alum Katrina Bowden) share with Dr. Reese Buckingham (Wayne Brady)? Tune into "The Bold and the Beautiful" to find out.
Former CBS Daytime head honcho Barbara Bloom is heading back to daytime television, this time as part of the writing team at "General Hospital."
With <strong>Craig Ferguson</strong> set to step down as host of "The Late Late Show" on <strong>Friday, December 19</strong>, CBS has announced that following re-runs of the late night talk show, special editions will be produced featuring rotating guest hosts and special after-dark editions of CBS Daytime's "The Talk" from <strong>Monday, January 5 - Friday, March 6, 2015</strong> (12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT).
CBS Daytime is celebrating Thanksgiving early with a buffet of holiday-themed episodes of all of its daytime shows, including “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless,” which will air on <strong>Wednesday, November 26</strong>.
"Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" has been entertaining millions of late night talk show fans since debuting earlier this year as an escape from late night talk shows. The premise of the HBO series is that host <strong>John Oliver</strong> takes a closer look at the happenings of the past week in terms of news, politics and social media, and culls it altogether into one half hour of entertainment that seeks to empower and inform its viewers. In a segment highlighting a "CBS This Morning" report on a device known as the Salmon Cannon, Oliver, who was so in awe of the Salmon Cannon concept, gives viewers insight into the purpose (it helps push the Salmon that typically get caught in hydroelectric dams over said dams) and decided to make his own, which resulted in the flying fish hitting several of television's biggest stars including "The Young and the Restless'" <strong>Sharon Case</strong> (Sharon Newman) during a made up "Y&R" scene featuring co-star <strong>Joshua Morrow</strong> (Nicholas Newman) as the two fight over Sharon's hidden secrets.
CBS Daytime’s popular game shows “The Price Is Right” and “Let’s Make a Deal” are already quite colorful, but the daytime staples are adding an extra boost from the paint palette this October: Both shows are going pink to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
It’s not hard to laugh, but across the board, daytime stars agree that it’s not easy to be funny! That being said, some of the industry’s most popular talent — “The Price Is Right’s” Drew Carey, “Let’s Make a Deal’s” Wayne Brady, and “The Talk’s” Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood — certainly make it look easy to be hilarious day in and day out. Noticing the top-notch humor present in their daytime lineup, CBS decided to gather those said stars together at Hollywood’s legendary venue, The Comedy Store, to perform an evening of standup comedy benefitting a cancer charity. The result: CBS Daytime After Dark, Stand Up to Cancer — a fun event definitely worth smiling about!
Aisha Tyler ("The Talk") and Wayne Brady ("Let's Make a Deal") are not only appearing daily in their successful CBS Daytime shows, but the two have also joined together to successfully re-launch "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" the former ABC series "where everything is made up and the points do not matter." Now airing on The CW for a summer run, "Whose Line" averaged 2.9 million viewers and 1.1/4 in Adults 18-49 for its two-episode premiere last night according to TVbytheNumbers. Per the website, show helped give The CW its best performance in Adults 18-49 rating in its given time period since February 1, 2011.
We're certainly hoping that the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards will feature tons of soap opera related content, but we don't want to forget about all of the other daytime programming set to shine during the big night! Several other categories will be celebrated, and HLN just released the list of presenters who will be handing out the coveted awards.
In addition to announcing more presenters for the "40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards," airing LIVE on Sunday, June 16 from 8-10:00 PM ET, HLN has also named "Good Morning America's Sam Champion and their very own A.J. Hammer and Robin Meade as hosts of the telecast. Additionally, the network has announced that Hammer will host the LIVE red carpert special "Showbiz @ The Daytime Emmys," which will lead into the awards telecast. Hammer is the host of HLN's "Showbiz Tonight" series airing Mondays through Thursdays from 11:00 PM - midnight, ET.
HLN, the host network of the annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy® Awards, has announced additional presenters for the awards telecast, now in its 40th year, presented live from The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 16, 8-10 p.m., ET/PT.