The Daytime Emmys are almost here. To help you get ready for daytime's biggest night, we've put together a list of everything you'll need to keep up to date with what happens during Emmy Week.
Yes, the Daytime Emmys ceremony will be broadcast on television! The ceremony will air live Friday, June 24, at 9pm ET on CBS. For those on the West Coast, the show will be replayed at 9pm PT.
The ceremony will be also streamed live and available on-demand on Paramount+.
Soap Central will once again be live on the Red Carpet at the Daytime Emmys. Our Dan J Kroll will be chatting it up with the stars as they make their way down the Red Carpet. How can you keep up with all of our soapy antics? It turns out, there are a lot of ways.
Be sure to follow Soap Central on all our social media accounts for the latest Daytime Emmys updates. Here are all the details so that you can follow us now and be ready to go once Emmy Night arrives.
You can also follow Dan J Kroll for some of his personal accounts of Emmy week
We've set up a special hashtag -- #SCEmmys -- to help you find all our posts. If you'd like to interact with us, submit questions for the stars, or share our content, please use the #SCEmmys hashtag (think of it as a smooshed name for Soap Central + Emmys) so that we can find your posts more easily.
All of our Red Carpet interviews will be available here on the Soap Central web site and also on our YouTube channel. In fact, there are hours of past interviews archived there to help you get in the Daytime Emmys spirit. In addition to Dan, you'll also see some of our special guest correspondents from over the years, including Chrishell Stause, Haley Pullos, and Martha Byrne.
All of our coverage of this year's Daytime Emmys will be available in our 2022 Daytime Emmys portal. You can see a list of the nominees and read interviews, access our coverage from previous years, and even check out lists of every actor to ever win a Daytime Emmy.