Daytime Emmy Awards 2020 Prediction: Here’s Who Will for Win Best Drama Series

The 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards Live Stream, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), will honor the best in U.S. daytime television programming in 2019. The NATAS originally planned to hold it for over three nights for the first time on June 12–14, 2020, at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.

However, all public events related to it were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the awards were delayed to June 26 with virtual ceremonies via remote video production. The ceremonies will air on CBS, marking the first time that the Daytime Emmys will broadcast on U.S. TV since 2015 (after being relegated to streaming media), and the first time on a broadcast network since 2011.

Here’s Who Will Win for Best Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmy Awards 2020

The supporting actress category for the annual daytime ceremony.

Last month, we announced the 47th Daytime Emmy nominations, which included nominees for Best Supporting Actress from Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital and Young and the Restless. Though the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) did not release Emmy submission reels this year, the Daytime Emmys posted short clips from some of the scenes submitted by the nominated actresses on social media. Going from the clips, we’ll predict who might take home the award…

Daytime Emmy Awards 2020 Nominations: The Complete List

Roll out the virtual red carpet! The 2020 Daytime Emmy Awards are right around the corner.

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominees for this year's Daytime Emmys, which will broadcast Friday, June 26 on CBS at 8 p.m. EST/PST. Notable nominees include Kelly Clarkson, Alex Trebek and drumroll, please... E! News.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, awards will be presented in leading categories, with recipients and other special guests appearing from the safety of their own homes.

"The Daytime Emmys are coming home," President and CEO of NATAS Adam Sharp shared in a press release. "For generations, daytime television has been a source of comfort and continuity that's never been more important. We're delighted to join with CBS in celebrating the programs and professionals who never cease to brighten our days."