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2nd Daytime Emmy Awards

The 2nd Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 15, 1975 and broadcast on CBS to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year (1974). The event was hosted by Monty Hall and Stephanie Edwards.

Winners in each category are in bold.

Contents

  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Series 1
  • Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series 2
  • Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series 3
  • Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Special 4
  • Best Actress in a Daytime Drama Special 5
  • Outstanding Individual Director in a Daytime Drama Series 6
  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing 7
  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Special 8
  • Outstanding Game or Audience Participation Show 9
  • Outstanding Host in a Game Show or Audience Participation Show 10
  • References 11

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Special

Best Actress in a Daytime Drama Special

Outstanding Individual Director in a Daytime Drama Series

  • Ira Cirker (Another World)
  • Joseph Behar (Days of our Lives)
  • Richard Dunlap (The Young and the Restless)

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing

  • Another World
  • Days of our Lives
  • The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Daytime Drama Special

Outstanding Game or Audience Participation Show

Outstanding Host in a Game Show or Audience Participation Show

References

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