The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) today announced four days of celebrations honoring individuals in the Daytime and Children’s & Family television communities. NATAS-produced Emmy Award ceremonies include:
- The Daytime Creative Arts & Lifestyle Emmy Awards Luncheon — 12:00 noon PT, Saturday afternoon, December 16
- The 2nd Annual Children’s & Family Creative Arts Emmy Awards Dinner — 8:00 pm PT, Saturday evening, December 16
- The 2nd Annual Children’s & Family Emmy Awards and Trustees’ Gala — 5:00 pm PT, topping off the weekend of festivities on Sunday evening, December 17
All three Emmy celebrations will be held at the historic Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. Additionally, NATAS will kick off the weekend with a private luncheon to honor its 2023 Daytime and Children’s & Family inductees into the Gold & Silver Circle honor society on Thursday, December 14.
Legendary talk show host Maury Povich, who was previously announced as a Daytime Emmys Lifetime Achievement Honoree, will receive his award at the Daytime Creative Arts & Lifestyle ceremony on Saturday afternoon, December 16.
“We are pleased to honor once again the writers, performers and other creators that inspire and entertain audiences of all ages,” said Adam Sharp, President and CEO, NATAS. “We look forward to a fun-packed weekend that underscores the amazing scope of content making a difference in viewers’ lives.”
SAG-AFTRA members appearing on Daytime Dramas, Talk Shows, and other Non-Dramatic Programs recognized by the Daytime Emmy Awards work under the guild’s Network Code agreement, which remains a non-struck contract. The majority of programs recognized in the Children’s & Family Emmy Awards competition were similarly produced under agreements not subject to the strike.