The 46th Annual Daytime Emmys were presented on Sunday night, May 5, during a ceremony hosted by Mario Lopez and Sheryl Underwood, but you couldn’t watch them on TV. The awards were streamed online via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and KNEKT in the event’s fourth live webcast. It’s disappointing to some daytime TV fans not to be able to watch the show on the traditional airwaves, but the good news is that the streaming event is available to watch in its entirety on the web whenever you like. Watch it above.
Miss any of the drama acting winners? No sweat. Skip ahead to 9:25 (Best Younger Actor), 39:38 (Best Guest Performer), 1:01:00 (Best Younger Actress), 1:20:00 (Best Supporting Actor), 1:53:05 (Best Supporting Actress), 2:20:15 (Best Actress), and 2:40:05 (Best Actor) to see those awards handed out. Then skip to 2:56:00 for Shemar Moore‘s moving tribute to his late co-star Kristoff St. John right before presenting Best Drama Series to the show they both called home, “The Young and the Restless.”
Elsewhere, you can see Amy Poehler make a special appearance to honor Lifetime Achievement Award winner Judith Sheindlin at 45:45. “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek, who is currently battling cancer, got a standing ovation when he won Best Game Show Host at the 1:41:30 mark. And “holy shit!” Valerie Bertinelli curses on-stage when she wins the very first Emmy of her career: Best Culinary Program for “Valerie’s Home Cooking” at 1:11:10.
What was your favorite part of the Daytime Emmys ceremony? Would they have been better off on TV, or have they found the right home on the web?