Daytime television icons Eric Braeden (Victor, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS), Deidre Hall (Marlena, DAYS OF OUR LIVES) and Susan Lucci (Erica, ALL MY CHILDREN) will open the 32nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on May 20, broadcast on CBS.
“Eric, Deidre and Susan are daytime drama legends and we’re honored to have them kick off the festivities,” said Al Schwartz, producer of the special. “Every year we try to do something different and exciting and this year is no exception. It’s going to be a spectacular evening.”
Other presenters include: Rebecca Budig, Justin Bruening and David Canary (Greenlee, Jamie and Adam/Stuart, ALL MY CHILDREN); Mark Collier, Terri Colombino, Trent Dawson, Grayson McCouch, Michael Park and Maura West (Mike, Katie, Henry, Dusty, Jack and Carly, AS THE WORLD TURNS); Kristian Alfonso, Drake Hogestyn, Peter Reckell and Alison Sweeney (Hope, John, Bo and Sami, DAYS OF OUR LIVES); Rick Hearst and Kelly Monaco (Ric and Sam, GENERAL HOSPITAL); Beth Ehlers, Ricky Paull Goldin, Gina Tognoni and Laura Wright (Harley, Gus, Dinah and Cassie, GUIDING LIGHT); Michael Easton, Kamar de los Reyes and Robin Strasser (John, Antonio and Dorian, ONE LIFE TO LIVE); Justin Hartley, Lindsay Hartley, and McKenzie Westmore (Fox, Theresa and Sheridan, PASSIONS); and Peter Bergman, Sharon Case, Shemar Moore and Victoria Rowell (Jack, Sharon, Malcolm and Drucilla, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS).
Additional presenters will be announced as they are confirmed.