32nd Daytime Emmy Awards

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32nd Daytime Emmy Awards
  • May 20, 2005 (Ceremony)
  • May 14, 2005 (Creative Arts Awards)
Location Radio City Music Hall, New York City
Presented by National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Hosted by Deidre Hall
Eric Braeden
Television/radio coverage
Network CBS

The 32nd Daytime Emmy Awards, commemorating excellence in American daytime programming from the 2004 calendar year, was held on Friday, May 20, 2005 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. CBS televised the ceremonies in the United States. Creative Arts Emmy Awards were presented on May 14, 2005, while nominations were announced on March 2.

CBS also conducted an online viewer poll to decide the "Most Irresistible Combination".

Nominations and winners[edit]

The following is a partial list of nominees, with winners in bold:

Outstanding Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series[edit]

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team[edit]

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team[edit]

Outstanding Game/Audience Participation Show[edit]

Outstanding Game Show Host[edit]

Outstanding Talk Show[edit]

Outstanding Talk Show Host[edit]

Outstanding Service Show[edit]

Outstanding Service Show Host[edit]

Two winners were recorded in the Outstanding Service Show Host category, as a tie was recorded in the race between Michael Chiarello and Bobby Flay.

Outstanding Special Class Series[edit]

Outstanding Children's Animated Program[edit]

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program[edit]

Outstanding Performer In An Animated Program[edit]

Outstanding Pre-School Children's Series[edit]

Outstanding Children's Series[edit]

Outstanding Performer In A Children's Series[edit]

Outstanding Sound Editing - Live Action and Animation[edit]

  • Roy Braverman, Daisuke Sawa, Thomas Syslo, Mike Garcia, Mark Howlett, Timothy Borquez, Mark Keefer, Mark Keatts, Eric Freeman, Keith Dickens, Jeff Hutchins and Doug Andham (The Batman)
  • Doug Andham, Daisuke Sawa, Mark Keefer, Roy Braverman, Jeff Hutchins, Mark Howlett, Eric Freeman, Timothy Borquez, Mike Garcia, Brian F. Mars, Kerry K. Brody, Mark Keatts and Thomas Syslo (Xiaolin Showdown)
  • George Brooks, Mark Keatts, Mark Keefer, Tim Isle, Kerry K. Brody and Robert Hargreaves (Duck Dodgers)
  • Rick Hinson, Elizabeth Hinson and Jeffrey Kettle (Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks)
  • Paca Thomas and Robbi Smith (Kim Possible)

Outstanding Sound Mixing - Live Action and Animation[edit]

  • Melissa Ellis and Fil Brown (Kim Possible)
  • Christopher Maddalone and Dirk Sciarrotta (115th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade)
  • Juan Aceves (Dora the Explorer)
  • Blake Norton, Bob Schott, Dick Maitland, and Carla Bandini-Lory (Sesame Street)
  • Christopher Allan and Dan Lesiw (ZOOM)

Lifetime Achievement Award[edit]

Most Irresistible Combination[edit]

CBS conducted an online viewer poll to decide the "Most Irresistible Combination", the winners were announced live during the Emmys broadcast.

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