If you’re looking to see if “Days of Our Lives” brings home the top prize at the Daytime Emmy Awards for the second straight year — or if “General Hospital” reclaims the honor, instead — we’ve got you covered.
The 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be held on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT and, despite not being broadcast on network TV since 2015, can still be streamed several ways.
Here are your options: The show will be livestreamed on the Daytime Emmys Facebook page, as well as the Emmys Facebook page. The show will also be livestreamed on The Emmys YouTube account and the Daytime Emmy and Emmy Twitter accounts.
There’s more — the show will be streaming on emmyonline.tv, and viewers that have the KNEKT TV network can stream it on Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire.
The awards will be handed out at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, with Mario Lopez from “Extra” and Sheryl Underwood from “The Talk” returning as co-hosts.
Red carpet coverage, hosted by Carolyn Hennessy from “General Hospital,” will stream on the Daytime Emmy Facebook and Twitter accounts.
“Days of Our Lives,” last year’s winner for Outstanding Drama Series, has 27 overall nominations, followed by “General Hospital” with 25. The two will compete again for the biggest prize this year, along with “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless.”
“Days of Our Lives” also has several cast members nominated for lead and supporting acting categories, with the show’s Marci Miller nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, along with Maura West and Laura Wright from “General Hospital,” and Heather Tom and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood from “The Bold and the Beautiful.”
For a full look at the nominees, click here.