Daytime Emmy Nominations 2017: How To Live Stream This Year's Announcement On 'The Talk' [VDIEO]
The 2017 Daytime Emmy nominations will be announced live today (Wednesday, March 22), and here's how you can watch the announcement live.
The Daytime Emmy nominations will be announced live on CBS chat show The Talk for the third year in a row. Hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood are expected to announce the nominees in the major categories.
Categories announced will likely include Drama Series, all the acting categories for drama series and the various talk show categories.
The Talk airs live starting at 2 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. You can stream it on CBS All Access if you don't have access to a television at that time.
The acting categories have already been whittled down to top 10s, as the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced in late January. The five nominees in each category are then selected from these top 10 lists.
"Pre-nominees" in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series include Maurice Benard and Roger Howarth from General Hospital, Peter Bergman, Christian LeBlanc, Kristoff St. John and Jason Thompson from The Young and the Restless, Scott Clifton and John McCook from The Bold and the Beautiful and Billy Flynn and Vincent Irizarry from Days of Our Lives.
The top 10 in Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series includes Kristian Alfonso, Mary Beth Evans and Jen Lilley from Days of Our Lives, Sharon Case, Melissa Claire Egan, Gina Tognoni and Jess Walton from The Young and the Restless, Nancy Lee Grahn and Laura Wright from General Hospital and Heather Tom from The Bold and the Beautiful.
The Lifetime Achievement Award for this year's Daytime Emmys is set to go to Entertainment Tonight icon Mary Hart. Susan Lucci is slated to pay tribute to All My Children creator Agnes Nixon, who died in September.
The 2017 Daytime Emmys will take place Sunday, April 30 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, Calif.
Watch last year's Daytime Emmy Awards below: