Daytime Emmys Salute Late Tv Icons Alex Trebek Larry King

Daytime Emmys salute late tv icons Alex Trebek, larry king. LOS ANGELES – The Daytime Emmys turned into a love letter to Alex Trebek in honor of their beloved “Jeopardy!” Seven months after his death, the host and the show.

Trebek is the game show host and won “Jeopardy!” Got the game show honors on Friday night.

ABC’s ‘General Hospital’ has won four trophies, including Best Drama. Maurice Benard was the third to win Best Actor for Sonny Corinth. Jacqueline McKinney Wood of CBS ‘Bold and Beautiful’ starred as Steppy Forrester, adding a trophy two years ago.

It was a family matter that Trebek and Larry King’s children took in on behalf of their deceased father. Trebek’s son Matt and daughter Emily stood behind the presenter’s podium on the set of the quiz show. Trebek died of pancreatic cancer in November at the age of 80.

“As far as we can remember, he’s always been proud to be part of ‘Jeopardy!’ and work on a show based on knowledge, risk, and challenge. People had to think,” Trebek’s son said. “He loved everything.”

“He’s always excited to be able to go to work, even during his fight against cancer,” Emily said. He was so lucky to be able to do what he loved, and we know he didn’t take it for granted.”

Tre Beck’s three-game winning streak and sixth overall. He was nominated a record 32 times during his career.

Executive Producer Mike Richards dedicated the best game show trophy to Trebek, who has been hosting it for 37 years. “He was more than just a game show host, he was a legendary and towering figure,” Richards said in a pre-recorded speech. “He believed that ‘My Purdy!’ was more than just a game show.

He liked it because it symbolized a celebration of fact, competition, and intelligence.” Kelly Clarkson’s eponymous talk show won two trophies. She was honored as a host by beating singer weekly rookie Drew Barrymore, and the show won the Entertainment Talk category.

Trebek was remembered in a special tribute section with Regis Philbin and King. Philbin died last July at the age of 88. Among those honoring Tre Beck in the taped comments were US First Lady Jill Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

“I spoke to him years ago and he told me how proud he was to be Canadian,” Trudeau said. “I had to tell him that all Canadians are incredibly proud to be one of us.” King, who died in January at the age of 87, was elected as an informative talk show host on Aura TV for the show named after him. It was accepted by his sons, Chance, and Cannon.

“Last season was a testament to his love for broadcasting,” said Chance King. “As long as he is gone, he is with us forever.” Marla Adams and Max Gail received the Actor Trophy. Adams played Dina Bergeron on CBS’ ‘The Young and the Restless. The 82-year-old actress was accepted at home with an Emmy statue on the table behind her, and “Y&R” also won Best Writing.

Gale accepted the role of Mike Corbyn in “General Hospital” by appearing on stage while socially distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic. This year, the 78-year-old actor’s second trophy in the supporting role, ‘GH’ also won the Best Director Award. ‘Red Table Talk’ starring Jada Pinkett Smith, daughter Willow and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris won the informative talk show.

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