2010 Rule Changes For The 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards!
Though they don’t seem like much, Soap Opera Fan Blog brings you the rulebook changes for this year’s upcoming 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The biggest show award, for Outstanding Drama Series, wants a minimum of 19% of the shows’ original episodes, which involve all of the numerous producers, and will allow the one-hour soaps only one episode to account for, whereas The Bold and the Beautiful will be allowed two, since it is only a half-hour show.
While any performer, who is eligible, is allowed to enter any of the acting categories, for an unlimited number of scenes per episode, the first round of voting, the preliminary pre-screen ballot, will only be judged by registered, eligible peer voters, who in turn will place two votes, per category, per show. The next round of voting, to include those with the most votes, will enter a single Blue Ribbon round.
Soap Opera Fan Blog looks forward to bringing you more Emmy news, as it comes, but for now, feel free to chat about your Emmy expectations for this year below!
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