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4th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 4th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in May 12, 1977 on NBC to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year (1976). The live coverage held from Tavern on The Green restaurant in Central Park, New York. The fourth awards only had three categories, and thus three awards were given. Hosts were Peter Marshall, Chuck Woolery, Victoria Wyndham, Jack Gilford, and Soupy Sales with a special guest appearance by Gilda Radnor of Saturday Night Live.

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 Daytime Drama Series Writing 4
  • Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing 5
  • Outstanding Game Show 6
  • Outstanding Game Show Host 7
  • References 8

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing

  • Another World
  • Days of our Lives
  • As the World Turns
  • Ryan's Hope
  • The Edge of Night

Outstanding Game Show

  • Family Feud - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for ABC (Syn. by Viacom)
  • The $20,000 Pyramid - A Bob Stewart Production for ABC (Syn. by Viacom)
  • The Hollywood Squares - A Heatter-Quigley Production for NBC (Syn. by Filmways)
  • Match Game - A Mark-Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Jim Victory)
  • Tattletales - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Viacom)

Outstanding Game Show Host

References

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