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    1972: Best Drama Series: The Doctors (Allen Potter, EP)

    1973: Best Drama Series: The Edge of Night (Erwin Nicholson, EP)
    Individual Performer: Mary Fickett (Ruth, AMC)

    1974: Best Drama Series: The Doctors (Joseph Stuart, EP)
    Actor: Macdonald Carey (Tom, Days)
    Actress: Elizabeth Hubbard (Althea, The Doctors)
    Writing: The Edge of Night (Henry Slesar)
    Directing: Days of Our Lives (H. Wesley Kenny)

    1975: Drama Series: The Young and The Restless (Bill Bell & John Conboy, EP)
    Actor: Macdonald Carey (Tom, Days)
    Actress: Susan Flannery (Laura, Days)
    Writing: Another World (Harding Lemay and Douglas Marland)
    Directing: The Young and The Restless (Richard Dunlap)

    1976: Drama Series: Another World (Paul Rauch, EP)
    Actor: Larry Haines (Stu, SFT)
    Actress: Helen Gallagher (Maeve, RH)
    Writing: Days of Our Lives (Bill Bell & Pat Falken Smith)
    Directing: One Life To Live (David Pressman)

    1977:Drama Series: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer, EP)
    Actor: Val Dufour (John, SFT)
    Actress: Helen Gallagher (Maeve, RH)
    Writing: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer)
    Directing: Ryan’s Hope (Lela Swift)

    1978: Drama Series: Days of Our Lives (Betty Corday and Wes Kenny)
    Actor: James Pritchett (Matt, The Doctors)
    Actress: Laurie Heinemann (Sharlene, AW)
    Writing: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer)
    Directing: The Young and The Restless (Richard Dunlap)

    1979: Drama Series: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer, EP)
    Actor: Al Freeman Jr (Ed, OLTL)
    Actress: Irene Daily (Liz, AW)
    Sup. Actor: Peter Hanson (Lee, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Suzanne Rogers (Maggie, Days)
    Writing: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer)
    Directing: Ryan’s Hope (Lela Swift & Jerry Evans)

    1980: Drama Series: The Guiding Light (Allen Potter, EP)
    Actor: Douglass Watson (Mac, AW)
    Actress: Judith Light (Karen, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Warren Burton (Eddie, AMC)
    Sup. Actress: Francesca James (Kelly, AMC)
    Writing: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer)
    Directing: Ryan’s Hope (Lela Swift & Jerry Evans)

    1981: Drama Series: General Hospital (Gloria Monty, EP)
    Actor: Douglass Watson (Mac, AW)
    Actress: Judith Light (Karen, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Larry Haines (Stu, SFT)
    Sup. Actress: Jane Elliott (Tracy, GH)
    Writing: The Guiding Light (Douglas Marland, Nancy Franklin, Harding Lemay, and Gene Palumbo)
    Directing: General Hospital (Marlena Laird)

    1982: Drama Series: The Guiding Light (Allen Potter, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Robin Strasser (Dorian, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: David Lewis (Edward, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Dorthy Lyman (Opal, AMC)
    Writing: The Guiding Light (Douglas Marland, Nancy Franklin, and Frank Salisbury)
    Directing: General Hospital (Alan Putz and Marlena Laird)

    1983: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Bill Bell & John Conboy)
    Actor: Robert S. Woods (Bo, OLTL)
    Actress: Dorthy Lyman (Opal, AMC)
    Sup. Actor: Darnell Williams (Jesse, AMC)
    Sup. Actress: Louise Shaffer (Rae, RH)
    Writing: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer)
    Directing: One Life To Live (David Pressman)

    1984: Drama Series: General Hospital (Gloria Monty, EP)
    Actor: Larry Bryggman (John, ATWT)
    Actress: Erika Slezak (Viki, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Justin Deas (Tom, ATWT)
    Sup. Actress: Judi Evans (Beth, GL)
    Writing: Ryan’s Hope (Claire Labine & Paul Avila Mayer)
    Directing: One Life To Live (Larry Auerbach)

    1985: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Bill Bell, Ed Scott, & H. Wesley Kenny, EP)
    Actor: Darnell Williams (Jesse, AMC)
    Actress: Kim Zimmer (Reva, GL)
    Sup. Actor: Larry Gates (HB, GL)
    Sup. Actress: Beth Maitland (Tracy, Y&R)
    Ingenue: Tracy E. Bregman (Lauren, Y&R)
    Young Leading Male: Brian Bloom (Dusty, ATWT)
    Writing: All My Children (Agnes Nixon & Winser Washam)
    Directing: Guiding Light (Bruce Barry)

    1986: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Bill Bell, Ed Scott, Tom Langan, & H. Wesley Kenny, EP)
    Actor: David Canary (Adam/Stuart, AMC)
    Actress: Erika Slezak (Viki/Niki, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: John Wesley Shipp (Doug, ATWT)
    Sup. Actress: LeAnn Hunley (Anna, Days)
    Ingenue: Ellen Wheeler (Vicky/Marley, AW)
    Young Leading Male: Michael E. Knight (Tad, AMC)
    Writing: Guiding Light (Pam Long & Jeff Ryder) (mistakenly given to Y&R)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Rudy Vejar & Dennis Steinmetz)

    1987: Drama Series: As The World Turns (Robert Calhoun, EP)
    Actor: Larry Bryggman (John, ATWT)
    Actress: Kim Zimmer (Reva, GL)
    Sup. Actor: Gregg Marx (Tom, ATWT)
    Sup. Actress: Kathleen Noone (Ellen, AMC)
    Ingenue: Martha Byrne (Lily, ATWT)
    Young Leading Male: Michael E. Knight (Tad, AMC)
    Guest Performer: John Wesley Shipp (Martin, SB)
    Writing: One Life To Live (Peggy O’Shea)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Rudy Vejar & Dennis Steinmetz)

    1988: Drama Series: Santa Barbara (Bridget & Jerome Dobson & Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: David Canary (Adam/Stuart, AMC)
    Actress: Helen Gallagher (Maeve, RH)
    Sup. Actor: Justin Deas (Keith, SB)
    Sup. Actress: Ellen Wheeler (Cindy, AMC)
    Ingenue: Julianne Moore (Frannie/Sabrina, ATWT)
    Young Leading Male: Billy Warlock (Frankie, Days)
    Writing: All My Children (Agnes Nixon & Lorraine Broderick)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Rudy Vejar)

    1989: Drama Series: Santa Barbara (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: David Canary (Adam/Stuart, AMC)
    Actress: Marcy Walker (Eden, SB)
    Sup. Actor: Justin Deas (Keith, SB)
    Sup. Actress:(tie) Debbie Morgan (Angie, AMC) & Nancy Lee Grahn (Julia, SB)
    Juvenile Male: Justin Gocke (Brandon, SB)
    Juvenile Female: Kimberly Mccullough (Robin, GH)
    Writing: Santa Barbara (Charles Pratt Jr. & Anne Howard Bailey)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Heather Hill)

    1990: Drama Series: Santa Barbara (Jill Phelps & John Conboy, EP)
    Actor: A. Martinez (Cruz, SB)
    Actress: Kim Zimmer (Reva, GL)
    Sup. Actor: Henry Darrow (Rafael, SB)
    Sup. Actress: Julia Barr (Brooke, AMC)
    Juvenile Male: Andrew Kavovit (Paul, ATWT)
    Juvenile Female: Cady McClain (Dixie, AMC)
    Writing: Guiding Light (Pam Long)
    Directing: Santa Barbara (Michael Gliona)

    1991: Drama Series: As The World Turns (Laurence Caso, EP)
    Actor: Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R)
    Actress: Finola Hughes (Anna, GH)
    Sup. Actor: Bernie Barrow (Louie, Loving)
    Sup. Actress: Jess Walton (Jill, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Rick Hearst (Alan-Michael, GL)
    Younger Actress: Anne Heche (Vicky/Marley, AW)
    Writing: Santa Barbara (Charles Pratt Jr, Sherri Anderson, Marla Thoma, & Sam Ratcliffe)
    Directing: Santa Barbara (Rick Bennewitz)

    1992: Drama Series: All My Children (Felicia Behr, EP)
    Actor: Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R)
    Actress: Erika Slezak (Viki, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Thom Christopher (Carlo, OLTL)
    Sup. Actress: Maeve Kinkead (Vanessa, GL)
    Younger Actor: Kristoff St. John (Neil, Y&R)
    Younger Actress: Tricia Cast (Nina, Y&R)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Bill Bell)
    Directing: Another World (Michael Eilbaum)

    1993: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Bill Bell & Ed Scott, EP)
    Actor: David Canary (Adam/Stuart, AMC)
    Actress: Linda Dano (Felicia, AW)
    Sup. Actor: Gerald Anthony (Marco, GH)
    Sup. Actresses: Ellen Parker (Maureen, GL)
    Younger Actor: Monti Sharp (David, GL)
    Younger Actress: Heather Tom (Victoria, Y&R)
    Writing: Guiding Light (Nancy Curlee, Stephen Demorest, Lorraine Broderick, and James E. Riley)
    Directing: As The World Turns (Paul Lammers)

    1994: Drama Series: All My Children (Felicia Behr, EP)
    Actor: Michael Zaslow (Roger, GL)
    Actress: Hillary B. Smith (Nora, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Justin Deas (Buzz, GL)
    Sup. Actress: Susan Haskell (Marty, OLTL)
    Younger Actor: Roger Howarth (Todd, OLTL)
    Younger Actress: Melissa Hayden (Bridget, GL)
    Writing: One Life To Live (Josh Griffith & Michael Malone)
    Directing: Guiding Light (Bruce Barry)

    1995: Drama Series: General Hospital (Wendy Richie, EP)
    Actor: Justin Deas (Buzz, GL)
    Actress: Erika Slezak (Viki/Tommy, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor:Jerry ver Dorn (Ross, GL)
    Sup. Actress: Rena Sofer (Lois, GH)
    Younger Actor: Jonathan Jackson (Lucky, GH)
    Younger Actress: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Kendall, AMC)
    Writing: General Hospital (Claire Labine)
    Directing: All My Children (Chris Goutman)

    1996: Drama Series: General Hospital (Wendy Richie, EP)
    Actor: Charles Keating (Carl, AW)
    Actress: Erika Slezak (Viki/Tori/Victor/Tommy/Princess/
    Jean/Niki, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Jerry ver Dorn (Ross, GL)
    Sup. Actress: Anna Holbrook (Sharlene, AW)
    Younger Actor: Kevin Mambo (Marcus, GL)
    Younger Actress: Kimberly Mccullough (Robin, GH)
    Writing: All My Children (Agnes Nixon & Lorraine Broderick)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Heather Hill)

    1997: Drama Series: General Hospital (Wendy Richie, EP)
    Actor: Justin Deas (Buzz, GL)
    Actress: Jess Walton (Jill, Y&R)
    Sup. Actor: Ian Buchanan (James, B&B)
    Sup. Actress: Michelle Stafford (Phyllis, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Kevin Mambo (Marcus, GL)
    Younger Actress: Sarah Brown (Carly, GH)
    Writing: All My Children (Agnes Nixon & Lorraine Broderick) & The Young & The Restless (Bill Bell)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Heather Hill)

    1998: Drama Series: All My Children (Francesca James, EP)
    Actor: Eric Braeden (Victor, Y&R)
    Actress: Cynthia Watros (Annie, GL)
    Sup. Actor: Steve Burton (Jason, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Julia Barr (Brooke, AMC)
    Younger Actor: Jonathan Jackson (Lucky, GH)
    Younger Actress: Sarah Brown (Carly, GH)
    Writing: All My Children (Agnes Nixon, Lorraine Broderick, and Millie Taggert)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Heather Hill)

    1999: Drama Series: General Hospital (Wendy Richie, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Susan Lucci (Erica, AMC)
    Sup. Actor: Stuart Damon (Alan, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Sharon Case (Sharon, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Jonathan Jackson, GH)
    Younger Actress: Heather Tom (Victoria, Y&R)
    Writing: General Hospital (Robert Guza Jr.)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Mike Denny)

    2000: Drama Series: General Hospital (Wendy Richie, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Susan Flannery (Stephanie, B&B)
    Sup. Actor: Shemar Moore (Malcom, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Sarah Brown (Carly, GH)
    Younger Actor: David Tom (Billy, Y&R)
    Younger Actress: Camryn Grimes (Cassie, Y&R)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Kay Alden)
    Directing: General Hospital (Joseph Behar)

    2001: Drama Series: As The World Turns (Chris Goutman, EP)
    Actor: David Canary (Adam/Stuart, AMC)
    Actress: Martha Byrne (Lily/Rose, ATWT)
    Sup. Actor: Michael E. Knight (Tad, AMC)
    Sup. Actress: Leslie Kay (Molly, ATWT)
    Younger Actor: Justin Torkildsen (Rick, B&B)
    Younger Actress: Adrienne Frantz (Amber, B&B)
    Writing: As The World Turns (Hogan Shaffer, Carolyn Culliton, Hal Corley, & Stephen Demorest)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Mike Denny)

    2002: Drama Series: One Life To Live (Gary Tomlin, EP)
    Actor: Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R)
    Actress: Susan Flannery (Stephanie, B&B) (Susan Lucci thought she heard her name)
    Sup. Actor: Josh Duhamel (Leo, AMC)
    Sup. Actress: Crystal Chappelle (Olivia, GL)
    Younger Actor: Jacob Young (Lucky, GH)
    Younger Actress: Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget, B&B)
    Writing: As The World Turns (Hogan Shaffer, Jean Passanatte, & Carolyn Culliton)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Mike Denny)
    Fans Choice: Best Couple: Peter Reckell & Kristian Alfonso (Bo & Hope, Days)
    Fans Choice: Best Villian: Allison Sweeney (Sami, Days)

    2003: Drama Series: As The World Turns (Chris Goutman, EP)
    Actor: Maurice Bernard (Sonny, GH)
    Actress: Susan Flannery (Stephanie, B&B)
    Sup. Actor: Benjamin Hendrickson (Hal, ATWT)
    Sup. Actress: Vanessa Marcil (Brenda, GH)
    Younger Actor: Jordi Vilasuso (Tony, GL)
    Younger Actress: Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget, B&B)
    Writing: General Hospital (Robert Guza Jr & Charles Pratt Jr)
    Directing: All My Children (Casey Childs)

    2004: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (John F. Smith, David Shaughnessy, & Bill Bell, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Michelle Stafford (Phyllis, Y&R)
    Sup. Actor: Rick Hearst (Ric, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Cady McClain (Rosanna, ATWT)
    Younger Actor: Chad Brannon (Zander, GH)
    Younger Actress: Jennifer Finnigan (Bridget, Y&R)
    Writing: As The World Turns (Hogan Shaffer & Jean Passanatte)
    Directing: General Hospital (Bill Ludel)

    2005: Drama Series: General Hospital (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: Christian Leblanc (Michael, Y&R)
    Actress: Erika Slezak (Viki, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: Greg Rikaart (Kevin, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Natalia Livingston (Emily, GH)
    Younger Actor: David Lago (Raul, Y&R)
    Younger Actress: Eden Rigel (Bianca, AMC)
    Writing: As The World Turns (Hogan Shaffer & Jean Passanatte)
    Directing: General Hospital (Bill Ludel)
    Fans Choice: Irresistible Combination: Ricky Paull Goldin & Beth Ehlers (Gus & Harley, GL)

    2006: Drama Series: General Hospital (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Kim Zimmer (Reva, GL)
    Sup. Actor: Jordan Clarke (Billy, GL)
    Sup. Actress: Gina Tognoni (Dinah, GL)
    Younger Actor: Tom Pelphrey (Jonathan, GL)
    Younger Actress: Jennifer Landon (Gwen, ATWT)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Kay Alden)
    Directing: General Hospital (Bill Ludel)

    2007: Best Drama Series: (tie) Guiding Light (Ellen Wheeler, EP) & The Young & The Restless (Lynn Latham, EP)
    Actor: Christian Leblanc (Michael, Y&R)
    Actress: Maura West (Carly, ATWT)
    Sup. Actor: Rick Hearst (Ric, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Genie Francis (Laura, GH)
    Younger Actor: Bryton James (Devon, Y&R)
    Younger Actress: Jennifer Landon (Gwen, ATWT)
    Writing: Guiding Light (David Kreizman & Donna Swajeski)
    Directing: As The World Turns (Maria Wagner)

    2008: Drama Series: General Hospital (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Jeanne Cooper (Katherine, Y&R)
    Sup. Actor: Kristoff St. John (Neil, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Gina Tognoni (Dinah, GL)
    Younger Actor: Tom Pelphrey (Jonathan, GL)
    Younger Actress: Jennifer Landon (Gwen/Cleo, ATWT)
    Writing: One Life To Live (Ron Carlivati)
    Directing: One Life To Live (Jill Mitwell)

    2009: Drama Series: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell, EP)
    Actor: Christian Leblanc (Michael, Y&R)
    Actress: Susan Haskell (Marty, OLTL)
    Sup. Actor: (tie) Vincent Irizarry (David, AMC) & Jeff Branson (Shayne, GL)
    Sup. Actress: Tamara Braun (Ava, Days)
    Younger Actor: Darrin Brooks (Max, Days)
    Younger Actress: Julie Berman (Lulu, GH)
    Writing: General Hospital (Robert Guza Jr)
    Directing: One Life To Live (Frank Valentini)

    2010: Drama Series: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell, EP)
    Actor: Michael Park (Jack, ATWT)
    Actress: Maura West (Carly, ATWT)
    Sup. Actor: Billy Miller (Billy, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Julie Pinson (Julia, ATWT)
    Younger Actor: Drew Tyler Bell (Thomas, B&B)
    Younger Actress: Julie Berman (Lulu, GH)
    Writing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell)
    Directing: General Hospital (Owen Renfroe)

    2011: Drama Series: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell, EP)
    Actor: Michael Park (Jack, ATWT)
    Actress: Laura Wright (Carly, GH)
    Sup. Actor: Jonathan Jackson (Lucky, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Heather Tom (Katie, B&B)
    Younger Actor: Scott Clifton (Liam,B&B)
    Younger Actress: Brittany Allen (Marissa, AMC)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Maria Arena Bell)
    Directing: (tie) The Bold & The Beautiful (Jennifer Howard) & The Young & The Restless (Mike Denny)

    2012: Drama Series: General Hospital (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke, GH)
    Actress: Heather Tom (Katie, B&B)
    Sup. Actor: Jonathan Jackson (Lucky,GH)
    Sup. Actress: Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis, GH)
    Younger Actor: Chandler Massey (Will, Days)
    Younger Actress: Christel Khalil (Lily, Y&R)
    Writing:Days of Our Lives (Marlene Mcpherson & Darell Ray Thomas Jr)
    Directing: General Hospital (Phideaux Xavier)

    2013: Drama Series: Days of Our Lives (Ken Corday, EP)
    Actor: Doug Davidson (Paul, Y&R)
    Actress: Heather Tom (Katie, B&B)
    Sup. Actor:(tie) Scott Clifton (Liam, B&B) & Billy Miller (Billy, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Julie Berman (Lulu, GH)
    Younger Actor: Chandler Massey (Will, Days)
    Younger Actress: Kristen Alderson (Starr, GH)
    Writing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell)
    Directing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Deveny Kelley)

    2014: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: Billy Miller (Billy, Y&R)
    Actress: Eileen Davidson (Kristen, Days)
    Sup. Actor: Eric Martsolf (Brady, Days)
    Sup. Actress: Amelia Heinle (Victoria, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Chandler Massey (Will, Days)
    Younger Actress: Hunter King (Summer, Y&R)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Josh Griffith, Shelly Altman, & Tracy Thomson)
    Directing: One Life To Live (Jill Mitwell)

    2015: Drama Series: (tie) Days of Our Lives (Ken Corday, EP) & The Young & The Restless (Jill Phelps, EP)
    Actor: Anthony Geary (Luke/Fluke, GH)
    Actress: Maura West (Ava, GH)
    Sup. Actor: Chad Duell (Michael, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Amelia Heinle (Victoria, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Freddie Smith (Sonny, Days)
    Younger Actress: Hunter King (Summer, Y&R)
    Writing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell)
    Directing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Jennifer Howard)
    Guest Performer: (tie) Donna Mills (Madeline, GH), Fred Willard (John, B&B), & Ray Wise (Ian, Y&R)

    2016: Drama Series: General Hospital (Frank Valentini, EP)
    Actor: Tyler Christopher (Nikolas, GH)
    Actress: Mary Beth Evans (Kayla, Days)
    Sup. Actor: Sean Blakemore (Shawn, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Jessica Collins (Avery, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Bryan Craig (Morgan, GH)
    Younger Actress: True O’Brien (Paige, Days)
    Writing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell)
    Directing: General Hospital (Bill Ludel)
    Guest Performer: Obba Babatunde (Julius, B&B)

    2017: Drama Series: General Hospital (Frank Valentini, EP)
    Actor: Scott Clifton (Liam, B&B)
    Actress: Gina Tognoni (Phyllis, Y&R)
    Sup. Actor: Steve Burton (Dylan, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Kate Mansi (Abigail, Days)
    Younger Actor: Bryan Craig (Morgan, GH)
    Younger Actress: Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina, GH)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Charles Pratt Jr)
    Directing: General Hospital (Bill Ludel)
    Guest Performer: Jim O’Heir (Matt, B&B)

    2018: Drama Series: Days of Our Lives (Ken Corday, EP)
    Actor: James Reynolds (Abe, Days)
    Actress: Eileen Davidson (Ashley, Y&R)
    Sup. Actor: Greg Vaughan (Eric, Days)
    Sup. Actress: Camryn Grimes (Mariah, Y&R)
    Younger Actor: Rome Flynn (Zende, B&B)
    Younger Actress: Chloe Lainer (Nelle, GH)
    Writing: Days of Our Lives (Ron Carlivati)
    Directing: Days of Our Lives (Grant A. Johnson)
    Guest Performer: Vernee Watson (Stella, GH)

    2019: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Mal Young, EP)
    Actor: Maurice Bernard (Sonny, GH)
    Actress: Jacqueline MacIness Wood (Steffy, B&B)
    Sup. Actor: Max Gail (Mike, GH)
    Sup. Actress: Vernee Watson (Stella, GH)
    Younger Actor: Kyler Pettis (Theo, Days)
    Younger Actress: Haley Erin (Kiki, GH)
    Writing: The Young & The Restless (Mal Young)
    Directing: The Young & The Restless (Owen Renfroe)
    Guest Performer: Patricia Bethune, GH)

    2020: Drama Series: The Young & The Restless (Anthony Morina, EP)
    Actor: Jason Thompson (Billy, Y&R)
    Actress: Heather Tom (Katie, B&B)
    Sup. Actor: Bryton James (Devon, Y&R)
    Sup. Actress: Tamara Braun (Kim, GH)
    Younger Performer: Olivia Rose Keegan (Claire, Days)
    Writing: The Bold & The Beautiful (Brad Bell)
    Directing: General Hospital (Phideaux Xavier)
    Guest Performer: Eva LaRue, Y&R

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    Fred Willard, not Fred Wise, for Guest Performer for 2014.

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    AMC and Y&R tied for Writing in 1997

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    Errors sorry I fixed it

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    FYI: Guiding Light dropped the word The from it’s title in 1977, so it’s just Guiding Light!!!

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    General Hospital has won 82 major Emmys (Series, Directing, Writing and acting categories), 34 performers have won – it has won Drama Series 13 times, Directing 11 times and Writing 4 times.

    The Young and the Restless has won 73 major Emmys, 27 performers have won. It has won Drama Series 11 times, Directing 14 times and Writing 8 times.

    The Bold and the Beautiful has won 33 major Emmys, 13 performers have won. it has won Drama Series 3 times, Directing 3 times and Writing 5 times.

    Days Of Our Lives has 32 major Emmys, 18 performers have won – it has won Drama Series 4 times, Directing 3 times and Writing 3 times.

    Y&R has had the most actresses win for Lead Actress with 5, with the other 3 shows having 3 actresses each who have won (with B&B having won 7 statuettes).

    Y&R has had 6 actors who won Best Lead Actor (10 statuettes), GH has had 3 but has won 11 statuettes, Days has had 2 (with 3 statuettes) and B&B had only had 1 winner in the category.

    GH has 10 different actresses who have won Supporting Actress, with Y&R having 5, Days with 4, and B&B has had only 1 actress who has won.

    GH has had 10 actors win Supporting Actor (12 statuettes), Y&R has had 6 (7 statuettes), and B&B and Days have had 2 actors win.

    Younger Actress: GH and Y&R have both had 5 actresses win (with GH having won the category 8 times to Y&R’s 7). 2 B&B actresses have won (for a total of 4 awards), and Days has one once in that category and won last year in the combined Younger Performer category as well.

    Days has had 5 Younger Actor winners win a total of 7 awards, GH has had 4 with a total of 7 awards, B&B has had 4 as has Y&R.

    Guest Performer B&B and GH have each had 3 winners, Y&R has had 2 and Days won way back in 1980 (which is missing from the list of winners that was provided by the OP).

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    GH has two guest wins also.

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    GH’s 90s Drama Series wins should be attributed to Wendy Riche not Richie.

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    GH has two guest wins also.

    Actually it’s 3 for GH: Donna Mills, Patricia Bethune and Vernee Watson. I corrected it in my post!

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    That’s right! I was remembering Watson’s supporting not guest.

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    FYI: Guiding Light dropped the word The from it’s title in 1977, so it’s just Guiding Light!!!

    I know that but the academy never stopped referring it as The Guiding Light

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    I was curious to see how many different Emmy winners there have been from the various shows, so I counted them (rainy day here!) (; So this is the number of DIFFERENT winners – actresses, actors and overall – from each show!

    Actresses:

    20: General Hospital
    16: The Young and the Restless
    11: All My Children and Days Of Our Lives
    8: Guiding Light
    7: As The World Turns
    6: Another World
    5: The Bold and the Beautiful and One Life To Live
    2: Ryan’s Hope and Santa Barbara
    1: The Doctors

    Actors:

    14: General Hospital
    11: Guiding Light
    10: Days Of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless
    8: As the World Turns and The Bold and the Beautiful
    6: All My Children
    5: Santa Barbara
    4: One Life To Live
    2: Another World and Search For Tomorrow
    1: The Doctors and Loving

    Overall:

    34: General Hospital
    26: The Young and the Restless
    21: Days Of Our Lives
    19: Guiding Light
    17: All My Children
    15: As The World Turns
    13: The Bold and the Beautiful
    9: One Life To Live
    8: Another World
    7: Santa Barbara
    2: The Doctors, Ryan’s Hope and Search For Tomorrow
    1: Loving

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    The oddest strangest win ever was Guiding Light winning for Drama Series in 1980 without a single other nomination in any category! I am pretty sure the show submitted Roger’s death, which had well-produced outdoor scenes, in that category. But why did the show receive no other nominations? Michael Zaslow and Maureen Garrett both gave superb performances in the marital rape storyline. The other nominees were All My Children and Another World – a rare year in which all the nominees in the category were New York based soaps.

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    The same happened to Y&R in 1983. They won Drama and didn’t get nominated anywhere else.

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    The oddest strangest win ever was Guiding Light winning for Drama Series in 1980 without a single other nomination in any category! I am pretty sure the show submitted Roger’s death, which had well-produced outdoor scenes, in that category. But why did the show receive no other nominations? Michael Zaslow and Maureen Garrett both gave superb performances in the marital rape storyline. The other nominees were All My Children and Another World – a rare year in which all the nominees in the category were New York based soaps.

    Gl submitted Roger racing Rita through the Hall of Mirrors and Holly shoots Roger.

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