News Nuggets: Online ‘AMC’ and ‘OLTL’ will be Emmy-eligible in 2014

New online versions of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” will be eligible at the Daytime Emmys next year, but in what categories? “David Michaels, senior executive director of the Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, tells Soaps In Depth that the beloved soaps … will be eligible for consideration in 2014… it’s just a matter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences deciding in which category to place them! ‘In May, we have an awards committee meeting. We’re going to start discussing that now,’ Michaels reveals. ‘There are a bunch of different ways to go. They are obviously going to be eligible for the contest; we’re just trying to decide how they should be eligible.'”

The Onion skewers the Tony nominees: “With the announcement of the 67th Annual Tony Award nominations Tuesday morning, new Broadway musical ‘Loud, Desperate Need For Approval’ is leading the pack with an impressive 13 nominations while chief rival ‘Look At Me, Look At Me, Please, God, Look At Me’ follows close behind with 11 nods in many of the same categories.”

A new album by Grammy-winners The Civil Wars will be released this summer. The collection was completed before the folk duo’s November split. Billboard

Despite recent sex scandals, multiple-winner Kevin Clash earns another Daytime Emmy nomination as Elmo on “Sesame Street.” Hollywood Reporter

Charlize Theron trumps Lena Dunham at the Webby Awards, winning Best Individual Performance for her Funny or Die video “Charlize Theron Gets Hacked.” The Atlantic

Emma Stone will star alongside Colin Firth in Woody Allen‘s next film, which will be his second set in France following Oscar-winning “Midnight in Paris.” Vanity Fair

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