For the first time in decades, the award show honoring the best in soaps, game shows, talk, children’s and cooking shows was not televised on a major network or cable outlet.
The “Young and the Restless” will honor the late daytime television icon Jeanne Cooper this week.
“The Young and the Restless” will air a special two-day tribute for the character Katherine “Kay” Chancellor on Sept. 3 and Sept. 4.
“The Young and the Restless” Friday will begin the process of saying goodbye to the beloved character Katherine “Kay” Chancellor.
“Let’s Make A Deal” host Wayne Brady — as well as a legion of young soap stars — are slated to present at the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday, June 16.
CBS will air a one-hour tribute special Tuesday in memory of the late Jeanne Cooper.
Actor Corbin Bernsen talked to CBS2 Friday about the passing of his mother, “Young and Restless” legend Jeanne Cooper who died this week.
“The Young and the Restless” announced Friday they will air a special tribute episode honoring the late Jeanne Cooper on May 28.
The daytime TV community and soap fans from around the world mourned along with actor Corbin Bernsen and his family Wednesday upon the passing of his mother, “Young and Restless” matriarch Jeanne Cooper.
Jeanne Cooper, grande dame of CBS’ “The Young and the Restless,” died Wednesday at the age of 84.
Actor Corbin Bernsen says his mother, “Young and Restless” star Jeanne Cooper, is still in the hospital but “recovering and making great progress.”
Jeanne Cooper, grande dame of CBS’ “The Young and the Restless,” is reportedly in critical condition at a Los Angeles hospital.
Jeanne Cooper struck Daytime Emmy gold when she signed on to play Katherine Chancellor in the hit soap opera, The Young and the Restless. Her personal drama paralleled that of her on-screen character over the period of 38 years.