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Bobby Flay wins Best Culinary Host and 'Mind of a Chef' wins Best Culinary Program at 41st Daytime Emmys

Mind of a Chef beat out standby food favorites to win a Daytime Emmy.

Anthony Bourdain and Bobby Flay have captured the minds (and attention) of TV critics. Bourdain’s runaway hit Mind of a Chef, which just completed a third season, has won a Daytime Emmy for Best Culinary Program, and Bobby Flay received the Emmy honor of Best Culinary Host. Chef Flay has also won an Emmy for Outstanding Culinary Host for his show Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction. The Chew was also nominated in the category of Outstanding Talk Show, but did not pick up the win.

PBS’ Mind of a Chef, hosted by Sean Brock and April Bloomfield, actually beat out food TV favorites Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis for the win.

Sean Brock Instagrammed his Emmy award and expressed his happy disbelief at Mind of a Chef’s win with the caption, “Insane!!” Anthony Bourdain tweeted about the win saying, “Who the f**k else?” Flay, meanwhile, is no stranger to Emmy wins and has won two other Daytime Emmys in past years.

For the latest happenings in the food and drink world, visit our Food News page

Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi


41st Daytime Emmy Awards Final: Big Night For ‘Young and Restless’ With Best Drama, Much More

Sixth Update: 6:45 pm: It’s done, with The Young and the Restless the night’s big winner, scooping up the big one, for outstanding drama series, along with five others, for “Special-Class Special” (an hour-long tribute to the late Jeanne Cooper, who appeared on the show for four decades) lead actor in a drama (Billy Miller) younger actress in a drama (Hunter King) supporting actress in a drama (Amelia Henle) and writing team, drama. Separately, Venice the Series, won for best drama – new approaches, while Days of Our Lives picked up for supporting actor (Eric Martsolf) younger actror (Chandler Massey) and lead actress (Eileen Davidson).

Notable win in the daytime drama categories went to One Life to Live, which ended up online after its long run on broadcast TV ended. The show won for directing team, drama, one of six Emmys that One Life and All My Children, another broadcast veteran that ended up online, won this weekend (the creative categories, mostly for technical-side achievements, were handed out Friday).

It was also a very good night for Steve Harvey, who won for best game show host for Family Feud, and his Steve Harvey syndicated show for best talk show, informative. On top of that, Harvey was vacationing in Bali, rather than sitting in a hotel ballroom in a tuxedo on a beautiful summer day.

Three Spanish-language categories were included for the first time, including winners for Morning Program (Un Nuevo Dia) Entertainment Program (Clix) and Daytime Talent (Rodner Figueroa, one of four nominated from El Gordo Y La Flaca). Here’s the full list in order:

SUPPORTING ACTOR, DRAMA
Eric Martsolf, Days of Our Lives

SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DRAMA
Amelia Heinle, The Young and the Restless

CULINARY PROGRAM
The Mind of a Chef

CULINARY HOST
Bobby Flay, Bobby Flay&rsquos Barbecue Addiction

LEGAL COURTROOM PROGRAM
The People&rsquos Court&rdquo

GAME SHOW HOST
Steve Harvey, Family Feud

TALK SHOW HOST
TIE: Dr. Mehmet Oz, The Dr. Oz Show and Katie Couric, Katie

WRITING TEAM, DRAMA
The Young and the Restless

DIRECTING TEAM, DRAMA
One Life to Live

YOUNGER ACTRESS, DRAMA
Hunter King, The Young and the Restless

YOUNGER ACTOR, DRAMA
Chandler Massey, Days of Our Lives

TALK SHOW, INFORMATIVE
Steve Harvey

DAYTIME TALENT IN SPANISH
Rodner Figueroa, El Gordo Y La Flaca

TALK SHOW, ENTERTAINMENT
The Ellen DeGeneres Show

MORNING PROGRAM
Good Morning America

MORNING PROGRAM IN SPANISH
Un Nuevo Dia

GAME SHOW
Jeopardy

SPECIAL-CLASS SPECIAL
The Young and the Restless: The Jeanne Cooper Tribute

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM IN SPANISH
Clix

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS PROGRAM
TIE: Entertainment Tonight and Extra

LEAD ACTOR, DRAMA
Billy Miller, The Young and the Restless

LEAD ACTRESS, DRAMA
Eileen Davidson, Days of Our Lives

DRAMA, NEW APPROACHES
Venice The Series

DRAMA
The Young and the Restless

Fifth Update: 6:30 pm: Phew, that was exhausting. Linda Bell Blue, the 19-year executive producer of Entertainment Tonight, brought along a multi-page thank-you speech, a young assistant to help wrangle her speech and, well, let’s just call it a profligate sense of the audience’s patience. And that was for ET’s tie, the second such of the night, with Extra for outstanding entertainment news program. Blue decided to make up for too many past shrugs by the Academy, but thanked, among others, “the 36 bosses I’ve had over the past 19 years,” and CBS chief Les Moonves, the show’s original star, Mary Hart, and her successor Nancy O’Dell. By contrast, Extra’s Mario Lopez took longer to walk up to the stage than to give his thanks. The audience seemed thankful for that small blessing. And given the X-rated advice that Sharon Osbourne launched into after the ET/Extra win as she prepared to present the next awards, it’s safe to say the show is painting the town Blue, not Red.

Meanwhile, the big acting categories in daytime drama, best actor and actress, went to Billy Miller of The Young and The Restless (another win for the show, the night’s biggest hardware haul so far) and Eileen Davidson of Days of Our Lives.

Fourth Update: 6:02 PM: A good night so far for Steve Harvey. He grabs Emmys for outstanding game show host, his Steve Harvey wins for outstanding talk show – informative, and he’s hanging out in Bali on vacation instead of in the ballroom of the Beverly Hilton. Win-win-win, as they like to say. The Ellen Degeneres Show picked up the win for Outstanding Talk Show – Entertainment.

Third Update: 5:50 PM: &ldquoWe&rsquore making history! Oh god — shit! Guys, I&rsquom sorry if my nipples fall out.&rdquo

And so, the Daytime Emmy Awards tonight boldly stepped into the new era of web-only livestreaming, from the Beverly Hilton hotel.

The historic opener was delivered as the handoff to host Kathy Griffin, by one of the webcast&rsquos Red-Carpet Who Are You Wearing Vocal Fryers. Some awkward minutes of delay and lack of mic-ing later, during which Griffin could be heard faintly in the distance saying something like, &ldquoWelcome to the shit show&hellipthis is your night&hellip&rdquo Griffin began her monologue &ldquofor real&rdquo &ndash as in, we could see and hear her.

&ldquoSome guy named Maliki was doing an interview, and said, &lsquoKathy Griffin would be my dream host.&rsquo And I said, &lsquoFor no money &ndash I&rsquom there!&rsquo&rdquo Griffin said, on the news, if not within the universe of the daytime soap crowd.

Griffin called the show the Hidden Gem of the Emmys &ndash her one feint at middle-of-the-road respectability. She spent the balance of her opening schtick talking about her experience at last year&rsquos HLN telecast Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony during which she was seated at a table with Bethenny Frankel, who desperately wanted to leave, Dr. Drew (&ldquoSo, no black tar heroine for me!&rdquo) and Kris Jenner &ndash &ldquoI been calling her daughters whores in my act for years!&rdquo Jenner, Griffin claimed, had left the bedside of her daughter, who had just given birth to North West, &ldquoto come to the freakin&rsquo Daytime Emmys&rdquo and kept posing for photographers with vodka shots. &ldquoI didn&rsquot know there were side deals you could make with booze companies,&rdquo Griffin said, sadly.

By Griffin&rsquos account, the highlight of last year&rsquos ceremony happened when Dr. Drew and Dr. Oz were recruited to help some &ldquosoap starlet that had lost Hottest Star of Tomorrow&rdquo who got so wasted in the public stalls she could not get up. &ldquoI still don&rsquot know who that was,&rdquo she insisted. &ldquoMy only hope is tonight will equal that!&rdquo

Second Update 5:40 PM: Mario Lopez had the slightly challenging position of introducing both best game show host and best talk show host, which ended in a tie, and had none of the three in the room to accept the award. On the game show side, a long-time associate of winner Steve Harvey who accepted the award on his behalf said in a gracious speech that Harvey was vacationing in Bali because he didn’t believe he would win. On the talk show side, Katie Couric (Katie) tied with Dr. Mehmet Oz (Dr. Oz).

First Update 5:32 PM: The night’s first winners include Bobby Flay for Best Culinary Chef, and The Mind of a Chef for Best Culinary Program. Amelia Heinle of The Young and The Restless scooped up best supporting actress in a drama, and Eric Martsolf of Days of Our Lives have won for best supporting actor in a drama. Acceptance speeches are longer, and Kathy Griffin gets to go a little bluer, but with no ads, this show moves along (puff, puff).

The fate of the Daytime Emmy Awards rests on Kathy Griffin‘s (no doubt surgically enhanced) shoulders tonight. In this age of rush and hurry, it is possible some few of you out there are unaware of the plight of the once mighty Daytime Emmy Awards: A trophy show that once averaged 20-some million viewers — back in its Will Susan Lucci Ever Win One era — has since fallen on hard ratings times and, after years of clinching last-minute broadcast deals with the CW, CBS and HLN, failed to secure a telecast home for the first time in many years. On June 5, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the ceremony would be live-streamed, followed by an announcement Griffin had been signed to host Sunday’s 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, at the Beverly Hilton ballroom. Deadline will have the live-stream and keep an eye out for key winners (see the video at the link on the full story. It plays automatically).

Griffin is what is known in the industry as trophy-show tritonal (i.e., can blow up at any minute). Accepting her 2007 Primetime Emmy for best reality program (for her Bravo reality series My Life On The D-List), she jolted members of the media who were taking their annual Covering The Daytime Emmys nap, when she noted a lot of people coming up on stage were thanking Jesus for their win, adding, “I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus,&rdquo adding, &ldquoSuck it, Jesus — this award is my god now!&rdquo For an encore, she said, backstage after the win, “I hope I offended some people. I didn&rsquot want to win the Emmy for nothing.&rdquo

Fans of Griffin’s work know she paints on a larger canvas than just trophy shows — having also given CNN’s Decency Police the vapors every New Year’s Eve for the past several years, and, in 2010, knotting some knickers with the filming of her hotel poolside Pap smear done, she said, to raise awareness about cervical cancer.

&ldquoI am beyond thrilled to be hosting what I&rsquom told is the most important television event of the year,” Griffin said when NATAS issued its alert that Griffin would be hosting, out of reach of the FCC, not to mention other defenders of Common Decency and some group calling itself Miracle Theater that had taken out a full-page ad back in 2007 to deconstruct Griffin’s Emmy acceptance speech. &ldquoI can only hope that at the end of the evening, critics and fans alike will compare it to the experience they once had watching Neil Armstrong take man&rsquos first step on the moon,” Griffin added, of tonight’s Daytime Emmy-hosting gig. “My only regret is knowing that this epic evening will distract millions of viewers from enjoying this year&rsquos World Cup. I apologize to FIFA.&rdquo


Daytime Emmy Awards: Winners List

Sunday's ceremony was held the Beverly Hilton Hotel and streamed live online.

Kimberly Nordyke

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The 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out Sunday night in Beverly Hills.

Awards in categories from best daytime drama series to game show to talk show were presented at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. (The Creative Arts Daytime Emmys were presented Friday night click here for a complete list of winners.)

The Young and the Restless was named best daytime drama series. It led all contenders heading into the ceremony with a total of 26 nominations.

Kathy Griffin hosted the awards show, which streamed live online at the Daytime Emmy Awards website. (She riffed on Kris Jenner in her monologue read more here.)

The Daytime Emmy Awards recognize outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast from 2 a.m.-6 p.m. during the 2013 calendar year.

The list of winners follows (read their backstage reactions here):

Outstanding Drama Series

WINNER:
The Young and the Restless CBS
Executive Producer
Jill Farren Phelps

The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
Executive Producer
Bradley P. Bell

Days of Our Lives NBC
Executive Producer
Ken Corday

One Life To Live TOLN.com
Executive Producers
Rich Frank, Jeff Kwatinetz, Jennifer Pepperman

Outstanding New Approaches – Drama Series

WINNER:
Venice The Series www.venicetheseries.com
Executive Producer

Crystal Chappell

DeVanity www.devanity.com
Executive Producer

Michael Caruso

Tainted Dreams YouTube.com
Executive Producer

Sonia Blangiardo

The Power Inside YouTube.com
Executive Producers

Josh Gordon, Will Speck, Diane McArter , David Thorne PJ Pereira, Billie Goldman, Jaime Robinson, Jason Apaliski , Jeff Ferro, Ryan Baker, Tim Baldwin, Johan Jervoe , Carl Pinto, Michele Nguyen-Gueron , Ron Smith, Tom Hume,

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER:
EILEEN DAVIDSON
, as Kristen DiMera
Days of Our Lives NBC

KATHERINE KELLY LANG, as Brooke Logan
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

HEATHER TOM, as Katie Logan
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

ARIANNE ZUCKER , as Nicole Walker
Days of Our Lives NBC

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

WINNER:
BILLY MILLER
, as Billy Abbott
The Young and the Restless CBS

PETER BERGMAN, as Jack Abbott
The Young and the Restless CBS

DOUG DAVIDSON, as Paul Williams
The Young and the Restless CBS

CHRISTIAN LEBLANC, as Michael Baldwin
The Young and the Restless CBS

JASON THOMPSON, as Patrick Drake
General Hospital ABC

Outstanding Entertainment News Program (TIE)

WINNER:
Entertainment Tonight CBS
Executive Producers
Linda Bell Blue, DJ Petroro

WINNER:
Extra SYNDICATED
Senior Executive Producer
Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey
Executive Producers
Theresa Coffino , Jeremy Spiegel

Access Hollywood NBC
Executive Producer
Rob Silverstein

E! News E!
Executive Producers
Jennifer M. Lavin, Beth McCauley

TMZ SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Charles Latibeaudiere, Harvey Levin, Evan Rosenblum

Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish

WINNER:
Clix CNNE
Executive Producer

David Gamez

Destinos CNNE
Executive Producer

David Gamez

El Gordo y la Flaca Univision
Executive Producer

Mariela Cardona

Showbiz CNNE
Executive Producer

Karen Willet

Outstanding Special Class Special

WINNER:
The Young and the Restless: Jeanne Cooper Tribute
CBS
Executive Producer

Jill Farren Phelps

A World of Dreams: Voices From the OUT100 Here TV
Executive Producers

Paul Colichman , Stephen P. Jarchow

Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade ABC
Executive Producers

Sharon Everitt , Ryan Polito

mun2 News Special: Hecho en America mun2
Executive Producer

Gloria Medel Solomons

Outstanding Game Show

WINNER:
Jeopardy! SYNDICATED

Executive Producer
Harry Friedma

The American Bible Challenge Game Show Network
Executive Producers
Michael Davies, Maura Dunbar, Janelle Fiorito , Tom Forman, Jennifer Novak,
Nick Stuart, J.P . Williams

The Chase Game Show Network
Executive Producers
Bob Boden , Michael Kelpie , Martin Scott

Let&rsquos Make A Deal CBS
Executive Producers
Mike Richards Dan Funk, Jennifer Mullin

The Price Is Right CBS
Executive Producers
Mike Richards, Jennifer Mullin

Wheel of Fortune SYNDICATED
Executive Producer
Harry Friedman

Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish

WINNER:
Un Nuevo Dia Telemundo
Senior Executive Producer

Maria Lopez-Alvarez
Executive Producer
Maria Garcia-Marquez

Despierta America Univision
Executive Producer

Luz Maria Doria

Outstanding Morning Program

WINNER:
Good Morning America ABC

Senior Executive Producer
Tom Cibrowski

Sunday Morning CBS
Executive Producer
Rand Morrison

CBS This Morning CBS
Executive Producer
Chris Licht

Today Show NBC
Executive Producer
Don Nash

Outstanding Talk Show / Informative

WINNER:
Steve Harvey SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Steve Harvey, Alex Duda , Rushion McDonald

The Chew ABC
Executive Producers
Gordon Elliott, Mark Schneider

The Dr. Oz Show SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Mindy Borman, Amy Chiaro

Dr. Phil SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Carla Pennington, Dr. Phillip C. McGraw

Outstanding Talk Show / Entertainment

WINNER:
The Ellen DeGeneres Show SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Ellen DeGeneres, Mary Connelly, Ed Glavin , Andy Lassner

Live! with Kelly and Michael SYNDICATED
Executive Producer
Michael Gelman

Rachael Ray SYNDICATED
Executive Producer
Janet Annino

The Talk CBS
Executive Producers
Sara Gilbert, John Redmann

The View ABC
Executive Producers
Bill Geddie, Barbara Walters

Outstanding Daytime Talent in Spanish

WINNER:
El Gordo y la Flaca Univision
RODNER FIGUEROA
, Correspondent

El Gordo y la Flaca Univision
CARLOS CALDERON
, Correspondent

El Gordo y la Flaca Univision
ALEJANDRA ESPINOZA
, Correspondent

El Gordo y la Flaca Univision
LILI ESTEFAN
, Co-Host

Nuestro Mundo CNNE
PATRICIA JANIOT
, Anchor

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series

WINNER:
CHANDLER MASSEY, as Will Horton
Days of Our Lives NBC

BRYAN CRAIG, as Morgan Corinthos
General Hospital ABC

CHAD DUELL, as Michael Corinthos
General Hospital ABC

MAX EHRICH, as Fenmore Baldwin
The Young and the Restless CBS

DANIEL POLO, as Jamie Vernon
The Young and the Restless CBS

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER:
HUNTER KING
, as Summer Newman
The Young and the Restless CBS

KRISTEN ALDERSON , as Kiki Jerome
General Hospital ABC

LINSEY GODFREY, as Caroline Spencer
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

KIM MATULA , as Hope Logan
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

KELLEY MISSAL, as Danielle Manning
One Life to Live TOLN.com

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

WINNER:
One Life To Live TOLN.com
Directors

Habib Azar , Gary Donatelli , Christopher Goutman , Jill Mitwell
Associate Directors
Tracey Casper Lang, Mary Ryan, Shirley Simmons
Stage Managers
Fritz Brekeller , Keith Greer, Brendan M. Higgins
Production Associates
Ilene Frankel , Dana Randles

The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
Directors

Jennifer Howard, Deveney Kelly, Cynthia J. Popp, David Shaughnessey, Michael Stich
Associate Directors
Clyde Kaplan, Jennifer Scott-Christenson, Catherine Sedwick, Steve Wacker
Stage Managers
Doug Hayden, Lisa Winther-Huston, Laura Yale
Production Associate
Lori Staffier

The Young and the Restless CBS
Directors

Casey Childs, Michael Eilbaum, Sally McDonald, Conal O’Brien, Owen Renfroe
Associate Directors
Daniel Cahn, Robbin Phillips
Stage Managers
Tom McDermott, Herb Weaver
Production Associates
Ericka Chavez, Vanessa Noland, Nancy Ortenberg

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

WINNER:
The Young and the Restless CBS
Head Writers

Shelly Altman, Josh Griffith
Co-Head Writer
Tracey Thomson
Associate Writers
Amanda Beall , Jeff Beldner , Brent Boyd, Susan Dansby , Janice Ferri Esser , Beth Milstein , Natalie Minardi Slater, Anne Schoettle , Lisa Seidman

The Bold and the Beautiful CBS
Head Writer

Bradley P. Bell
Co-Head Writers
Kay Alden, Michael Minnis
Writers
Rex M. Best, Shannon Bradley, Adam Dusevoir , Tracey Ann Kelly, Patrick Mulcahey , John F. Smith, Michele Val Jean

Days of Our Lives NBC
Head Writers

Gary Tomlin, Christopher Whitesell
Breakdown Writers
Lorraine Broderick, Rick Draughon , Christopher Dunn, Ryan Quan , Dave Ryan
Writer
Fran Myers
Script Writers
David Cherrill , Carolyn Culliton , Richard Culliton , Jeanne Marie Ford, Janet Iacobuzio , David A. Levinson , Melissa Salmons

Outstanding Talk Show Host (TIE)

WINNER:
The Dr. Oz Show SYNDICATED
DR. MEHMET OZ. Host

WINNER:
Katie ABC
KATIE COURIC, Host

Rachael Ray SYNDICATED
RACHAEL RAY, Host

The Talk CBS
JULIE CHEN, SARA GILBERT, SHARON OSBOURNE, AISHA TYLER, SHERYL UNDERWOOD, Co-Hosts

The View ABC
WHOOPI GOLDBERG, JENNY MCCARTHY, SHERRI SHEPHERD, BARBARA WALTERS, Co-Hosts

Outstanding Game Show Host

WINNER:
Family Feud SYNDICATED
STEVE HARVEY,
Host

Let&rsquos Make A Deal CBS
WAYNE BRADY, Host

The American Bible Challenge Game Show Network
JEFF FOXWORTHY , Host

Family Game Night Hub Network
TODD NEWTON, Host

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program

WINNER:
The People’s Court SYNDICATED
Executive Producers

Stu Billett , David Scott

Divorce Court SYNDICATED
Executive Producer

Gail Steinberg

Judge Judy SYNDICATED
Executive Producers

Randy Douthit , Timothy Regler

Justice for All with Cristina Perez SYNDICATED
Executive Producers

Byron Allen, Carolyn Folks, Jennifer Lucas, Patricia Wilson, Cristina Perez

Outstanding Culinary Program

WINNER:
The Mind of a Chef PBS
Executive Producers

Anthony Bourdain , Joseph Caterini , Chris Collins, Lydia Tenaglia

Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction Food Network
Executive Producers

Bobby Flay, Kim Martin

A Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking PBS
Executive Producer

Laurie Donnelly

Beer Geeks SYNDICATED
Executive Producers

Roberta Brackman , David Page

Giada At Home Food Network
Executive Producers

Giada De Laurentiis , Anne Fox, Dan Fox

My Grandmother’s Ravioli Cooking Channel
Executive Producers

Gideon Evans, Hal Gessner , Mo Rocca

Outstanding Culinary Host

WINNER:
Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction Food Network
BOBBY FLAY
, Host

The Mind of a Chef PBS
APRIL BLOOMFIELD, SEAN BROCK
, Hosts

Giada At Home Food Network
GIADA DE LAURENTIIS
, Host

Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day Food Network
RACHAEL RAY
, Host

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER:
AMELIA HEINLE
, as Victoria Newman
The Young and the Restless CBS

MELISSA CLAIRE EGAN, as Chelsea Newman
The Young and the Restless CBS

JANE ELLIOT, as Tracy Quartermaine
General Hospital ABC

ELIZABETH HENDRICKSON, as Chloe Fisher
The Young and the Restless CBS

KELLY SULLIVAN, as Connie Falconeri
General Hospital ABC

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

WINNER:
ERIC MARTSOLF , as Brady Black
Days of Our Lives NBC

BRADFORD ANDERSON, as Damien Spinelli
General Hospital ABC

STEVE BURTON, as Dylan McAvoy
The Young and the Restless CBS

SCOTT CLIFTON, as Liam Spencer
The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

DOMINIC ZAMPROGNA, as Dante Falconeri
General Hospital ABC


Bobby Flay and Mind of a Chef Win Daytime Emmys - Recipes

Funny lady Kathy Griffin hosted the Daytime Emmys, streamed live for the first time.

The Young and the the Restless took home the Top Drama nod at the 41st Daytime Emmy Awards, hosted by Kathy Griffin at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and streamed live online for the first time.

In another first for the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) production, the show team asked fans to vote for the Fan Favorite via social media — delivering a win for television personality Guiliana Rancic.

Among the presenters for the show were: The Bold and the Beautiful’s Darin Brooks, Scott Clifton and Kim Matula, along with Kate Mansi and Casey Moss of Days of Our Lives, General Hospital’s Kelly Monaco, Donna Mills, Michelle Stafford, and Emmy nominee Jason Thompson.

From The Young and the Restless, Sharon Case and Camryn Grimes were joined by CBS This Morning’s Mo Rocca, The Talk’s Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood, Giuliana Rancic of E! News and Extra’s Mario Lopez (formerly of The Bold and the Beautiful), Brooke Burnes of The Chase USA, Mark Labbett of The Chase UK, Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush, and Judge Cristina Perez, Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez.

See the complete list of nominees below with winners in bold.

Outstanding Drama Series

The Young and the Restless (CBS)

The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

Outstanding Culinary Series

The Mind of a Chef (PBS)

A Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking (PBS)

Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction (Food Network)

Giada at Home (Food Network)

My Grandmother’s Ravioli (Cooking Channel)

Outstanding Game Show

Jeopardy! (Syndicated)

The American Bible Challenge (Game Show Network)

The Chase (Game Show Network)

Wheel of Fortune (Syndicated)

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Show

The People’s Court (Syndicated)

Justice for All With Christina Perez (Syndicated)

Outstanding Morning Show

Good Morning America (ABC)

Outstanding Talk Show/Information

Steve Harvey (Syndicated)

The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)

Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment

The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syndicated)

Live! With Kelly and Michael (Syndicated)

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

(TIE): Entertainment Tonight (CBS)

(TIE): Extra (Syndicated)

Entertainment program in Spanish

"El Gordo y la Flaca" (Univision)

Outstanding Special Class Special

The Young and the Restless: Jeanne Cooper Tribute (CBS)

A World of Dreams: Voices From the OUT100 (Here TV)

Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade (ABC)

mun2 News Special: Hecho en America (mun2)

Outstanding Lead Actress Drama

Eileen Davidson, Days of Our Lives (Kristin)

Katherine Kelly Lang, The Bold and the Beautiful (Brooke)

Heather Tom, The Bold and the Beautiful (Katie)

Arianne Zucker, Days of Our Lives (Nicole)

Outstanding Lead Actor Drama

Billy Miller, The Young and the Restless (Billy)

Peter Bergman, The Young and the Restless (Jack)

Doug Davidson, The Young and the Restless (Paul)

Christian LeBlanc, The Young and the Restless (Michael)

Jason Thompson, General Hospital (Patrick)

Outstanding Supporting Actress Drama

Amelia Heinle, The Young and the Restless (Victoria)

Melissa Claire Egan, The Young and the Restless (Chelsea)

Jane Elliot, General Hospital (Tracy)

Elizabeth Hendrickson, The Young and the Restless (Chloe)

Kelly Sullivan, General Hospital (Connie)

Outstanding Supporting Actor Drama

Eric Martsolf, Days of Our Lives (Brady)

Bradford Anderson, General Hospital (Damian)

Steve Burton, The Young and the Restless (Dylan)

Scott Clifton, The Bold and the Beautiful (Liam)

Dominic Zamprogna, General Hospital (Dante)

Outstanding Younger Actress Drama

Hunter King, The Young and the Restless (Summer)

Kristen Alderson, General Hospital (Kiki)

Lindsey Godfrey, The Bold and the Beautiful (Caroline)

Kim Matula, The Bold and the Beautiful (Hope)

Kelly Missal, One Life to Live (Danielle)

Outstanding Younger Actor Drama

Chandler Massey, Days of Our Lives (Will)

Bryan Craig, General Hospital (Morgan)

Chad Duell, General Hospital (Michael)

Max Ehrich, The Young and the Restless (Fenn)

Daniel Polo, The Young and the Restless (Jamie)

Outstanding Culinary Host

Bobby Flay, Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction (Food Network)

Giada De Laurentiis, Giada at Home (Food Network)

April Bloomfield, The Mind of a Chef (PBS)

Rachael Ray, Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day (Food Network)

Outstanding Game Host

Steve Harvey, Family Feud (Syndicated)

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal (CBS)

Jeff Foxworthy, The American Bible Challenge (Game Show Network)

Todd Newton, Family Game Night (Hub Network)

Outstanding Talk Show Host

(TIE): Dr. Mehmet Oz, The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)

(TIE): Katie Couric, Katie (ABC)

Rachael Ray, Rachael Ray (Syndicated)

Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, The Talk (CBS)

Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Walters, The View (ABC)


Daytime Emmy Awards 2014 Winners List Revealed Ceremony, Red Carpet Deemed a “Disaster”

The Primetime Emmy Awards' far less glamorous relative, the Daytime Emmy Awards, took place in Beverly Hills on Sunday evening, June 22, streaming exclusively online for the first time in the show's history. Away from the bright lights of live television, the 41st annual awards show was perhaps not the most successful, as it was called a "disaster" and "trainwreck" by the Washington Post and TVLine.

According to reports, out of the constraints of television standards, the ceremony was chock-full of profanities, and many winners did not even bother to show up to accept their awards. The red carpet pre-show raised even more eyebrows, as the off-the-cuff interviews and commentary included a distasteful rape joke and came from reporters who seemed unfamiliar with the programs.

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Shambles aside, host Kathy Griffin proved that the show must go on, leading the Daytime Emmys to crown its 2014 winners. Famous faces who took home gold at the awards ceremony included Steve Harvey, Ellen DeGeneres, and Bobby Flay, with beloved soap opera The Young and the Restless also winning big in its categories. Check out the full list of winners below.

Outstanding Drama Series

WINNER: The Young and the Restless (CBS)

The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

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Outstanding Culinary Series

WINNER: The Mind of a Chef (PBS)

A Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking (PBS)

Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction (Food Network)

Giada at Home (Food Network)

My Grandmother’s Ravioli (Cooking Channel)

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Outstanding Game Show

WINNER: Jeopardy! (Syndicated)

The American Bible Challenge (Game Show Network)

The Chase (Game Show Network)

Wheel of Fortune (Syndicated)

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Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Show

WINNER: The People’s Court (Syndicated)

Justice for All With Christina Perez (Syndicated)

Outstanding Morning Show

WINNER: Good Morning America (ABC)

Outstanding Talk Show/Information

WINNER: Steve Harvey (Syndicated)

The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)

Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment

WINNER: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syndicated)

Live! With Kelly and Michael (Syndicated)

Outstanding Entertainment News Show

WINNER (TIE): Entertainment Tonight (CBS)

WINNER (TIE): Extra (Syndicated)

Outstanding Special Class Special

WINNER: The Young and the Restless: Jeanne Cooper Tribute (CBS)

A World of Dreams: Voices From the OUT100 (Here TV)

Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade (ABC)

mun2 News Special: Hecho en America (mun2)

Outstanding Lead Actress Drama

WINNER: Eileen Davidson, Days of Our Lives (Kristin)

Katherine Kelly Lang, The Bold and the Beautiful (Brooke)

Heather Tom, The Bold and the Beautiful (Katie)

Arianne Zucker, Days of Our Lives (Nicole)

Outstanding Lead Actor Drama

WINNER: Billy Miller, The Young and the Restless (Billy)

Peter Bergman, The Young and the Restless (Jack)

Doug Davidson, The Young and the Restless (Paul)

Christian LeBlanc, The Young and the Restless (Michael)

Jason Thompson, General Hospital (Patrick)

Outstanding Supporting Actress Drama

WINNER: Amelia Heinle, The Young and the Restless (Victoria)

Melissa Claire Egan, The Young and the Restless (Chelsea)

Jane Elliot, General Hospital (Tracy)

Elizabeth Hendrickson, The Young and the Restless (Chloe)

Kelly Sullivan, General Hospital (Connie)

Outstanding Supporting Actor Drama

WINNER: Eric Martsolf, Days of Our Lives (Brady)

Bradford Anderson, General Hospital (Damian)

Steve Burton, The Young and the Restless (Dylan)

Scott Clifton, The Bold and the Beautiful (Liam)

Dominic Zamprogna, General Hospital (Dante)

Outstanding Younger Actress Drama

WINNER: Hunter King, The Young and the Restless (Summer)

Kristen Alderson, General Hospital (Kiki)

Lindsey Godfrey, The Bold and the Beautiful (Caroline)

Kim Matula, The Bold and the Beautiful (Hope)

Kelly Missal, One Life to Live (Danielle)

Outstanding Younger Actor Drama

WINNER: Chandler Massey, Days of Our Lives (Will)

Bryan Craig, General Hospital (Morgan)

Chad Duell, General Hospital (Michael)

Max Ehrich, The Young and the Restless (Fenn)

Daniel Polo, The Young and the Restless (Jamie)

Outstanding Culinary Host

WINNER: Bobby Flay, Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction (Food Network)

Giada De Laurentiis, Giada at Home (Food Network)

April Bloomfield, The Mind of a Chef (PBS)

Rachael Ray, Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day (Food Network)

Outstanding Game Host

WINNER: Steve Harvey, Family Feud (Syndicated)

Wayne Brady, Let’s Make a Deal (CBS)

Jeff Foxworthy, The American Bible Challenge (Game Show Network)

Todd Newton, Family Game Night (Hub Network)

Outstanding Talk Show Host

WINNER (TIE): Dr. Mehmet Oz, The Dr. Oz Show (Syndicated)

WINNER (TIE): Katie Couric, Katie (ABC)

Rachael Ray, Rachael Ray (Syndicated)

Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, The Talk (CBS)

Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd, Barbara Walters, The View (ABC)

Outstanding Drama Series/Writing Team

WINNER: The Young and the Restless

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Drama Series/Directing Team

WINNER: One Life to Live

The Bold and the Beautiful

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series/Casting Dept.

WINNER: General Hospital

The Bold and the Beautiful

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series/Original Song

WINNER: “Parachute,” All My Children

“A Love That Never Ends,” Days of Our Lives

“Make Me Remember,” The Young and the Restless

“While We Can,” The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series/Costume Design (Tie)

WINNER (TIE): The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER (TIE): The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series/Hair Styling

WINNER: The Bold and the Beautiful

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series/Makeup (Tie)

WINNER (TIE): The Bold and the Beautiful

WINNER (TIE): General Hospital

The Young and the Restless

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Daytime Emmy Awards 2015: Complete Winners List

The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were distributed Sunday, honoring excellence in daytime television programming.

This year’s event, hosted by “America’s Next Top Model” host and co-creator Tyra Banks, featured a mix of standout presenters and daytime veterans. The awards were held at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California, and aired on Pop.

Below is the list of nominees and winners.

Winner of Lifetime Achievement Award: Betty White

Outstanding Drama Series (TIE)
“The Bold and the Beautiful”
“Days of Our Lives” — WINNER
“General Hospital”
“The Young and the Restless” — WINNER

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Peggy McCay “Days of Our Lives”
Alison Sweeney “Days of Our Lives”
Gina Tognoni “The Young and the Restless”
Maura West “General Hospital” — WINNER
Laura Wright “General Hospital

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
Anthony Geary “General Hospital” — WINNER
Christian LeBlanc “The Young and the Restless”
Billy Miller “The Young and the Restless”
Jason Thompson “General Hospital

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Linsey Godfrey “The Bold and the Beautiful”
Amelia Heinle “The Young and the Restless” — WINNER
Elizabeth Hendrickson “The Young and the Restless”
Finola Hughes “General Hospital”
Lisa Locicero “General Hospital”

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Scott Clifton “The Bold and the Beatiful”
Chad Duell “General Hospital” — WINNER
Kristoff St. John “The Young and the Restless”
Jacob Young “The Bold and the Beautiful”

Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series
Kristen Alderson “General Hospital”
Camila Banus “Days of Our Lives”
Hunter King “The Young and the Restless” Haley Pullos “General Hospital” — WINNER

Outstanding Younger Actor In A Drama Series
Bryan Craig “General Hospital”
Max Ehrich “The Young and the Restless”
Tequan Richmond “General Hospital”
Freddie Smith “Days of Our Lives” — WINNER

Outstanding Culinary Program
“Barefood Contessa: Back to Basics” — WINNER
“Guy’s Big Bite”
“Martha Bakes”
“The Mind of a Chef”
“My Grandmother’s Ravioli”

Outstanding Game Show
“Family Feud”
“Jeopardy!” — WINNER
“The Price Is Right”

Outstanding Morning Program
“CBS Sunday Morning” — WINNER
“Good Morning America”
“Today Show”

Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” — WINNER
“Live! With Kelly and Michael”
“The Talk”
“The Wendy Williams Show”

Outstanding Talk Show/Informative
“The Chew”
“The Dr. Oz Show”
“The Kitchen”
“ Steve Harvey ” — WINNER

Outstanding Morning Program In Spanish
“Café CNN”
“Despierta America”
“Un Nuevo Día” — WINNER

Outstanding Entertainment News Program
“Access Hollywood”
“E! News”
“Entertainment Tonight” — WINNER
“Extra”
“The Insider”

Outstanding Game Show Host
Craig Ferguson “Celebrity Name Game” — WINNER
Steve Harvey “Family Feud”
Todd Newton “Family Game Night”
Pat Sajak “Wheel of Fortune”

Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host
Mario Batali, Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly, Daphne Oz, Michael Symon “The Chew” — WINNER
Dr. Mehmet Oz “The Dr. Oz Show”
Steve Harvey “ Steve Harvey ”

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host
Kelly Ripa, Michael Strahan “Live! With Kelly and Michael” — WINNER
Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert , Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler , Sheryl Underwood “The Talk”
Wendy Williams “The Wendy Williams Show”

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team
“The Bold and the Beautiful” — WINNER
“Days of Our Lives”
General Hospital”
“The Young and the Restless”

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team
“The Bold and the Beautiful” — WINNER
“Days of Our Lives”
General Hospital”
“The Young and the Restless”

Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series
“Anacostia”
“The Bay the Series” — WINNER
“Beacon Hill the Series”
“East Los High”

Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Series
“Dino Dan: Trek’s Adventures” — WINNER
“Sesame Street”
“Yo Gabba Gabba!”

Outstanding Children’s Series
“Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition”
“Odd Squad”
“R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series” — WINNER
“Spooksville”
“The Wildlife Docs”

Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Animated Program
“Peg Cat”
“Tumble Leaf” — WINNER
“VeggieTales in the House”

Outstanding Children’s Animated Program
“All Hail King Julien” — WINNER
“Arthur”
“The Fairly OddParents”
“Sanjay & Craig”

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program
“Disney Phineas and Ferb Save Summer”
“Silent” — WINNER
“Star Wars: The Clone Wars”

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program
“Divorce Court”
“Judge Judy”
“The People’s Court” — WINNER

Outstanding Lifestyle Program
“Flea Market Flip”
“Home Made Simple” — WINNER
“This Old House”

Outstanding Travel Program
“Born to Explore with Richard Wiese”
“Curious Traveler”
“Rock the Park” — WINNER
“Tapping IN: The Happiest People and Places on the Planet”

Outstanding Entertainment Program In Spanish
“Destinos”
“Dra. Azaret”
“El Gordo y la Flaca” — WINNER

Outstanding Special Class Series
“Got Your 6”
“The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” — WINNER
“Intelligence For Your Life”
“XPLORATION EARTH 2050”

Outstanding Special Class Special
“E! Breaking News: Joan Rivers ”
“ Laverne Cox Presents: The T Word” — WINNER
“Taco Trip”
“Thanksgiving at Bobby’s”

Outstanding Special Class – Short Format Daytime Program
“Make Your Mark: Judy Adams”
“Make Your Mark: Osama”
“Shazam – Stamina”
“True Champions: Depression” — WINNER
“Unlimited”

Outstanding New Approaches – Enhancement To A Daytime Program Or Series
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” — WINNER
“Peg Cat”
“Sesame Street: Words Are Here, There And Everywhere”

Outstanding New Approaches – Original Daytime Program Or Series
“Design Squad” — WINNER
“Lost Treasure Hunt”
“Plum Landing”

Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Episodic (TIE)
“Al Capone: Icon” — WINNER
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show: 1800th Show”
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show: Season 12 Premiere
“The Fidel Castro Tapes”
“The Roosevelts: An Intimate History” — WINNER

Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Institutional
“Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First Power of Doing Good”
“Look Different – What Up, Bin Laden?”
“Nickelodeon’s Black History Month Promotional Campaign”
“PBS 2014 Preview Campaign, ‘Drama,’ ‘News,’ ‘Science'” — WINNER

Outstanding Special Guest Performer In A Drama Series (TIE)
Meredith Baxter “The Young and the Restless”
Sally Kellerman “The Young and the Restless”
Donna Mills “General Hospital” — WINNER
Linda Elena Tovar “General Hospital”
Fred Willard “The Bold and the Beautiful” — WINNER
Ray Wise “The Young and the Restless” — WINNER

Outstanding Performer In A New Approaches Drama Series
Sarah Brown “Beacon Hill the Series”
Martha Byrne “Anacostia” — WINNER
Andrea Evans “DeVanity”
Alicia Minishew “Beacon Hill the Series”
Vanessa Vasquez “East Los High”
Danielle Vega “East Los High”

Outstanding Performer In A Children’s Or Pre-School Children’s Series
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph “Sesame Street”
Jessica Carleton “Green Screen Adventures” Mason Cook “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series”
Margot Kidder: “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series” — WINNER
Joey Mazzarino “Sesame Street”

Outstanding Performer In An Animated Series
Danny Jacobs “All Hail King Julien” — WINNER
Christopher Lloyd “Cyberchase”
Dick Van Dyke “Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”
Megan Millally “Disney Sofia the First”
Mark Hamill “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”

Outstanding Culinary Host
Danny Boome “Good Food America”
Ina Garten “Barefood Contessa: Back to Basics”
Bobby Flay “Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction” — WINNER
Edward Lee & Magnus Nilsson “The Mind of a Chef”
Martha Stewart “Martha Bakes”

Outstanding Daytime Talent In A Spanish Language Program
Carlos Calderon “El Gordo y la Flaca” — WINNER
Tanya Charry “El Gordo y la Flaca”
Raul De Molina “El Gordo y la Flaca”

Outstanding Lifestyle/ Travel/ Children’s Series Host
Jonathan Bird “Jonathan Bird’s Blue World”
Jeff Corwin “Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin”
Philippe Cousteau “Xploration Awesome Planet”
Brandon McMillan “Lucky Dog” — WINNER
Richard Wiese “Born to Explore with Richard Wiese”


Most people know Bobby Flay's name because they have seen him mainly on Food Network or its sister network, the Cooking Channel. Bobby's first show, Grillin' and Chillin' premiered back in 1996. Before long, it seemed like Bobby was always on TV!

Since the '90s, Bobby has hosted about 18 regular cooking programs or food specials. Some are a simple look at him in the kitchen (or on the grill), and others show his competitive streak with his own recipes or unique ingredients, like Throwdown! with Bobby Flay or Beat Bobby Flay.


2014 Daytime Emmy Awards winners and highlights

CBS won big at the Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.

The network, which received eight creative arts Daytime Emmys for technical achievements at a ceremony last week, emerged as the network leader with a total of 14 awards after Sunday's ceremony.

PBS received a combined 13 awards, with six for HUB Network five for TOLN.com four for ABC and three for NBC.

Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Harvey and the soap opera "The Young and the Restless" were among the 41st annual Daytime Emmy winners.

"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" received its eighth trophy as outstanding entertainment talk show at the awards ceremony Sunday in Beverly Hills.

The "Steve Harvey" show was honored as outstanding informative talk show, while Harvey won as best game show host for "Family Feud."

CBS' "The Young and the Restless" captured six awards, including honors for best drama series and best lead actor for star Billy Miller. Eileen Davidson of NBC's "Days of Our Lives" was named best drama series actress.

TV & Streaming

ABC's "Good Morning America" won the best morning program Emmy.

There were a couple of ties in the mix, too. "Entertainment Tonight" and "Extra" tied for best entertainment news program.

The Daytime Emmys introduced new awards for Spanish-language shows. Trophies went to Telemundo's "Un Nuevo Dia" as best morning program, to CNNE's "Clix" as best entertainment show and to Rodner Figueroa of Univision's "El Gordo y la Flaca" as best daytime talent in Spanish.

The ceremony, which aired on the cable news channel HLN last year and in 2012 after losing its longtime home on the broadcast networks, this year settled for streaming the proceedings online. The change in fortune reflects the dwindling daytime audience and programming shifts.

Kathy Griffin hosted Sunday's ceremony, with Billy Bush and Mario Lopez among the presenters.

Talk show host (tie): Mehmet Oz, "Dr. Oz Show," Katie Couric, "Katie"

New approaches drama series: "Venice the Series"

Supporting actress in a drama series: Amelia Heinle, "The Young and the Restless"

Supporting actor in a drama series: Eric Martsolf, "Days of Our Lives"

Game show: "Jeopardy!"

Legal or courtroom program: "The People's Court."

Culinary program: "The Mind of a Chef"

Culinary host: Bobby Flay, "Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction"

Special class special: "The Young and the Restless: Jeanne Cooper Tribute"

Younger actor in a drama series: Chandler Massey, "Days of Our Lives"

Younger actress in a drama series: Hunter King, "The Young and the Restless"

Drama series directing team: "One Life to Live"

Drama series writing team: "The Young and the Restless"

First published on June 23, 2014 / 7:49 AM

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3. JJ Johnson

One of the most exciting famous chefs in America right now is JJ Johnson. At age 36, he’s already a James Beard Foundation Book Award winner for his Afro-Asian inspired cookbook Between Harlem and Heaven . He first entered the public eye after winning Rocco’s Dinner Party on Bravo! After his victory, he caught the eye of many restaurateurs and was invited to create the menu for The Cecil, which became the Best New American Restaurant in 2013.

He recently used his culinary stardom and unique take on the Caribbean, Asian, and African food cultures to open up FIELDTRIP, a fast casual rice bowl shop in New York City . He’s also a featured chef on Tasty from Buzzfeed, with posts that garner hundreds of thousands of views. Still younger than most of the famous chefs on our list, he is sure to be in the spotlight for many years to come.


Daytime Emmy Awards 2014 winners

Ellen DeGeneres, The Young and the Restless and Steve Harvey were among the winners at the Daytime Emmy Awards yesterday.

The 56-year-old presenter missed the ceremony but scooped the Outstanding Talk Show - Entertainment prize for the fourth time, having previously taken it home in 2010, 2011 and 2013, while the popular soap picked up six prizes, including the coveted Outstanding Drama Series trophy.

Steve won Outstanding Game Show Host for his work on Family Feud, and Outstanding Talk Show - Informative for his self-titled show.

However, he wasn't at the ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, which Family Feud executive producer Rushion McDonald revealing he had gone on vacation in Bali as he didn't expect to win.

Elsewhere, Sharon Osbourne caused controversy with an expletive-filled speech when she took to the stage to present an award and urged the audience to lighten up as, for the first time in its history, the ceremony wasn't being televised.

Arriving on stage after Entertainment Tonight executive producer Linda Bell Blue made a lengthy acceptance speech, Sharon said: "Finally, my lord, I feel like I've been her for five f***ing hours and I just got here. It's not being televised -- just f***ing get p***ed and have a good time."

While the show ended over 10 minutes early, the final winner, The Young and the Restless producer Jill Farren Phelps was unimpressed when host Kathy Griffin ran out midway through her Outstanding Drama Series acceptance speech and cut her short as she spoke of pride in the ownership of the show.

Kathy yelled: "Oh, for Christ's sake with your pride of ownerships. Wrap it up, lady! If you thank your f***ing dog. "
The outspoken presenter had also mocked the fact the show wasn't televised, saying at one point: "It's not even a real show, it's like Twitter, relax."

Daytime Emmy Awards 2014 list of winners:

Outstanding Drama Series:
'The Young and the Restless'

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series:
Billy Miller as Billy Abbott on 'The Young And The Restless'

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series:
Eric Martsolf as Brady Black on 'Days Of Our Lives'

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series:
Eileen Davidson as Kristen DiMera on 'Days Of Our Lives'

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:
Amelia Heinle as Victoria Newman on 'The Young And The Restless'

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series:
Chandler Massey as Will Horton on 'Days of Our Lives'

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series:
Hunter King as Summer Newman on 'The Young And The Restless'

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team:
'One Life To Live'

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team:
'The Young And The Restless'

Outstanding Entertainment News Program (TIE):
'Entertainment Tonight' and 'Extra'

Outstanding Talk Show Host (TIE):
Dr. Mehmet Oz of 'The Dr. Oz Show' and Katie Couric of 'Katie'

Outstanding Culinary Program:
'The Mind of a Chef'

Outstanding Culinary Host:
Bobby Flay of 'Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction'

Outstanding Game Show Host:
Steve Harvey of 'Family Feud'

Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program:
'The People's Court'

Outstanding Daytime Talent in Spanish:
'El Gordo y la Flaca'

Outstanding Talk Show - Entertainment:
'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

Outstanding Talk Show - Informative:
'Steve Harvey'

Outstanding Morning Program:
'Good Morning America'

Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish:
'Un Nuevo Dia'

Outstanding Game Show:
'Jeopardy!'

Outstanding Special Class Special:
' The Young and the Restless': Jeanne Cooper Tribute


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