CBS enjoyed the largest number of wins in the 14th annual Daytime Emmy Awards yesterday with nine out of the 17 awards presented. ABC won four; syndicated shows, two, and NBC and PBS each won one.
Combined totals of yesterday's awards and the daytime arts and technical awards announced Sunday: CBS won 26; ABC, eight; PBS, seven; NBC, five; and syndicated shows won four with three of those handed out to the "Oprah Winfrey Show."
The following are winners in yesterday's ceremonies broadcast live on ABC:
CBS' "As the World Turns" was named Outstanding Drama Series.
CBS' "$25,000 Pyramid" was named Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show.
PBS' "Sesame Street" was named Outstanding Children's Series.
The "ABC Afternoon Special, Wanted: The Perfect Guy" was named Outstanding Children's Special.
And, CBS' "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies" was named Outstanding Animated Program.
The Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series went to Kim Zimmer, who plays Reva Shayne on CBS' "The Guiding Light."
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Larry Bryggman (Dr. John Dixon) on CBS' "As the World Turns."
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Kathleen Noone (Ellen Chandler) on ABC's "All My Children."
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Gregg Marx (the former Tom Hughes) on CBS' "As the World Turns."
Outstanding Ingenue in a Drama Series: Martha Byrne (Lilly Walsh) on CBS' "As the World Turns."
Outstanding Younger Leading Man in a Drama Series: Michael E. Knight (Tad Martin) on ABC's "All My Children."
Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series: John Wesley Shipp (Martin Ellis) on NBC's "Santa Barbara."
Outstanding Game Show Host: Bob Barker for CBS' "The Price Is Right."
Outstanding Talk/Service Show Host: Oprah Winfrey for the syndicated "Oprah Winfrey Show."
Emmys also went to the syndicated "Oprah Winfrey Show" for Outstanding Talk/Service Show;
CBS' "The Young and the Restless" for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team;
And, ABC's "One Life to Live" for Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team.
On the technical side, Sunday's daytime programs winning more than one award included CBS' "Pee-wee's Playhouse," with six, "The Young and the Restless" with four; "The Guiding Light" with two, and PBS's "3-2-1 Contact" with two.