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29th Daytime Emmy Awards

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29th Daytime Emmy Awards
Date
  • May 17, 2002 (Ceremony)
  • May 11, 2002 (Creative Arts Awards)
LocationThe Theater, Madison Square Garden, New York City
Presented byNational Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Hosted byBob Barker
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCBS

The 29th Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony, commemorating excellence in American daytime programming from 2001, was held on May 17, 2002 at the theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Hosted by Bob Barker, it was televised in the United States by CBS. It was also the first time the ceremonies were simulcast in Spanish.

Creative Arts Emmy Awards were presented on May 11, 2002.

Mistakes

When Susan Flannery's name was announced as the winner of the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Award, the "Flannery" part was unintelligible. Everybody in the television production booth thought it was Susan Lucci who was named, and therefore cut to a shot of Lucci (who was backstage at the time after presenting the previous award), cued the All My Children theme song, and told her to go on stage. Once the producers realized their mistake, they immediately cut to Flannery coming towards the stage, and Lucci returned backstage. The producers apologized for their mistake the following day.[1]

Nominations and winners

The following is a partial list of nominees, with winners in bold:[2]

Outstanding Drama Series

Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series

Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show

Outstanding Game Show Host

Outstanding Talk Show

Outstanding Talk Show Host

Outstanding Service Show

Outstanding Service Show Host

Outstanding Special Class Series

Outstanding Children's Animated Program

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program

Outstanding Sound Editing

  • Greg Stewart, Ian Emberton, Wendy Romano, Tony Gort and Patrick S. Clark (Off Season)
  • Michael C. Gutierre, James L. Pearson, Anthony Torretto, Susan Welsh and Debby Ruby-Winsberg (The Nightmare Room)
  • Michael Lyle, James Bladon, Paul Menichini, Marc Allen and Lance Wiseman (V.I.P.)

Outstanding Sound Editing - Special Class

Outstanding Sound Mixing

Outstanding Sound Mixing - Special Class

Outstanding Single Camera Editing

Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program

Outstanding Pre-School Children's Series

Outstanding Children's Series

Outstanding Directing in a Children's Series

Outstanding Directing in a Children's Special

Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series

Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special

Outstanding Writing in a Children's Special

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation

Lifetime Achievement Award

Special Tribute

References

  1. ^ "Susan Lucci sets straight Emmy incident". CNN. 2002-06-21. Archived from the original on 22 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-24.
  2. ^ "The 29th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Presented In 18 Categories". PR Newswire. New York City: Cision Inc. May 18, 2002. Archived from the original on June 5, 2013. Retrieved September 27, 2016.
  3. ^ http://www.pbs.org/about/blogs/news/pbs-ties-for-first-place-and-scores-most-childrens-wins-at-creative-craft-daytime-emmy-awards-may-13-2002/
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