You decide: Who will be nominated for Daytime Emmys?

2012 was a year of transition for the Daytime Emmys, following the cancellation of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” and the telecast’s move to the cable network HLN.

And 2013 could signal further change for the industry. After a false start, the internet company Prospect Park has revived “AMC” and “OLTL” and will premiere them on its Online Network on April 29, two days before the Daytime Emmy nominations are announced on May 1.

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Last year, “General Hospital” won Best Drama Series for the 11th time, more than any other series in the history of the awards.

Also nominated were “The Young and the Restless” and “Days of Our Lives.” “Y&R” has won the award seven times, making it the second most honored drama at the Daytime Emmys. “Days” has only won the category once, but it has been 35 years since that 1978 victory.

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The Bold and the Beautiful” was not nominated last year, despite winning Best Drama three years in a row from 2009 to 2011.

After being cancelled by ABC, “OLTL” only aired nine episodes in 2012, but it is still eligible to compete this year.

After an earlier voting process to select pre-nominees, final nominees and winners for drama, writing, directing, and acting will be decided by Blue Ribbon panels viewing sample episodes of the candidates’ work.

Before making your predictions, be sure to visit our message board here, where our forum posters are discussing the pre-nominees and their submitted work.

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