Netflix influences daytime TV | Airtime Buckler

While the Daytime Emmys have been bouncing from network to network in recent years—they didn’t even appear on TV for a year—the ceremony is important for one reason. It is one of the few remaining areas dominated by broadcast television. After all, streaming has yet to come up with a great daytime drama — at least not the last time we checked.

That trend, however, may be changing, at least judging by this weekend’s Daytime Creative Arts & Lifestyle Emmy Awards, which is a preview of Friday’s Daytime Emmys.

Netflix has won nine trophies, more than any other network. Penguin City led the way with three Emmys, and shows like Cat People, Headspace, Guide to Meditation and You vs. Wild: Out Cold were the other winners. So it’s probably just a matter of time before streaming channels start to dominate the Daytime Awards like they do everything else.

However, broadcast television has had more than its share of moments. The syndicated The Kelly Clarkson Show topped with five Emmys, more than any single show.

There were several familiar faces who received Emmy recognition, including Judge Judy Sheindlin, whose new show Judy Justice won Best Courtroom Program. Sheindlin’s new show isn’t on TV, it’s on Amazon Freevee, but you could probably hear her hammering anywhere.

Outstanding Daytime Host was Survival King Bear Grylls, who won You Against the Wild; Out Cold, Netflix Presentation. After everything Grylls has been through over the years, it’s amazing he’s still alive. He can survive anything – even low ratings.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show also won the Best Screenplay award. Now that the show is over, he won’t have the opportunity again.

All award ceremonies, even obscure ones, have Lifetime Achievement Awards.

This year, that honor went to PBS’ This Old House, which just turned 43 years on the air.

Apparently, when the This Old House team works on something, they build it for the ages – especially the whole show.

That’s how long the show has been around – when it launched in 1979, Netflix hadn’t even been invented yet.

prequel “Yellowstone”

When Paramount has a hit series, they know how to get the most out of it.

Yellowstone was the network’s first major hit, so the network didn’t wait long to create a prequel.

Thus was born 1883, which became the most watched series in the short history of Paramount Plus.

Apparently, one good prequel deserves another, so Yellowstone is being recreated again.

This time the series will be called 1923, and the limited series will be released in December.

What stands out about this series are the stars Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford. It is not known what roles they will play, but it is likely that they will be prominent.

According to a press release, “It looks like only Bear Grylls can survive this much adversity, but there’s a good chance the Duttons will make it through.

It looks like Paramount is going to have another hit – 1923 is considered a very good year.

It was the best Father’s Day program ever – HBO Max’s “Father of the Bride” starring Andy Garcia and Gloria Estefan. It turned out to be the biggest HBO Max movie premiere ever. Obviously, it was the best weekend for the premiere. Time is everything.

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