Daytime Emmy Award For Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team
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Daytime Emmy Award For Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team
Awarded forOutstanding Drama Series Directing Team
CountryUnited States
Presented by
First awarded1974
Currently held byThe Young and the Restless
(2019)
Most awardsThe Young and the Restless (13)
Most nominationsThe Young and the Restless (26)
Websiteemmyonline.org/daytime

The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team is an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS). It was first awarded at the 1st Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, held in 1974 when the award was originally called Outstanding Individual Director for a Drama Series. Therefore, between 1974 and 1978; the award only honored individual directors.[1][2] In 1979, the award was renamed Outstanding Direction for a Drama Series before using its current title years later.[3] Since then, the award has honored the performances of the entire directing team participating in a form of a daytime drama.[1] The awards ceremony was not aired on television in 1983 and 1984, having been criticized for lack of integrity.[4][5] The Emmy was named after an "Immy," an affectionate term used to refer to the image orthicon camera tube.[6] The statuette was designed by Louis McManus, who modeled the award after his wife, Dorothy.[3] The Emmy statuette is fifteen inches tall from base to tip, weighs five pounds and is composed of iron, pewter, zinc and gold.[3]

Richard Dunlap has received the most wins for his direction on The Young and the Restless, with a total of two. The soap opera holds the record for the most awards, winning on thirteen occasions (including Dunlap's wins), also The Bold and the Beautiful tied in 2011 with the soap, which was the first tie in this category. The Young and the Restless has also received the most nominations, with a total of twenty-six. CBS has been the network the most successful, with a total of nineteen wins. As of the 2016 ceremony, General Hospital is the most recent recipient of the award.

Winners and nominees

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Table key
double-dagger Indicates the winner

Outstanding Individual Director for a Drama Series

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

1979-1989

1990s

2000s

2010s

Total awards won

Wins Program
13
The Young and the Restless
9
General Hospital
6
One Life to Live
3
Ryan's Hope
The Bold and the Beautiful
2 All My Children
As the World Turns
Guiding Light
Santa Barbara
1
Another World
Days of our Lives

Notes

  1. ^ Directors: Habib Azar, Gary Donatelli, Christopher Goutman, Jill Mitwell, Associate Directors: Tracey Casper Lang, Mary Ryan, Shirley Simmons, Stage Managers: Fritz Brekeller, Keith Greer, Brendan M. Higgins, Production Associates: Ilene Frakel, Dana Randles
  2. ^ Directors: Jennifer Howard, Deveney Kelly, Cynthia J. Popp, David Shaughnessey, Michael Stich, Associate Directors: Clyde Kaplan, Jennifer Scott-Christenson, Catherine Sedwick, Steve Wacker, Stage Managers: Doug Hayden, Lisa Winther-Houston, Laura Yale, Production Associates: Lori Staffier
  3. ^ Directors: Casey Childs, Michael Eilbaum, Sally McDonald, Conal O'Brien, Owen Renfroe, Associate Directors: Daniel Cahn, Robbin Phillips, Stage Managers: Tom McDermott, Herb Weaver, Production Associates: Ericka Chavez, Vanessa Noland, Nancy Ortenberg
  4. ^ Directors: Jennifer Howard, Deveney Kelly, Cynthia J. Popp, David Shaughnessey, Michael Stich, Associate Directors: Clyde Kaplan, Jennifer Scott-Christenson, Catherine Sedwick, Steve Wacker, Stage Managers: Doug Hayden, Lisa Winther-Houston, Laura Yale, Production Associates: Robin Harvey, Lori Staffier
  5. ^ Directors: Albert Alarr, Grant Johnson, Herbert Stein, Steven Williford, Associate Directors: Michael Fiamingo, Tina Keller, Joseph Lumer, Jenee Muyeau, Zoli Osaze, Lugh Powers Stage Managers: Fran Bellini DeSimone, Stuart Howard, Production Associates: Brenda Glazer, Holly Metts , Sara Peterson, Lucy Yalenian
  6. ^ Directors: Larry Carpenter, William Ludel, Scott McKinsey, Penny Pengra, Frank Valentini, Phideaux Xavier, Associate Directors: Christine Cooper, Peter Fillmore, Paul Glass, Dave MacLeod, Christine Magarian Ucar, Denise Van Cleave, Stage Managers: Crystal Craft, Craig McManus Production Associates: Jillian Dedote, Marika Kushel , Allison Reames
  7. ^ Directors: Casey Childs, Michael Eilbaum, Sally McDonald, Conal O'Brien, Owen Renfroe, Associate Directors: Daniel Cahn, Robbin Phillips, Stage Managers: Tom McDermott, Herb Weaver, Production Associates: Ericka Chavez, Vanessa Noland, Nancy Ortenberg

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