Daytime Emmy Awards

  • 2011
  • TV-PG
  • entertainment, awards

Wayne Brady hosts the 38th annual gala saluting soaps, daytime talk and children's programs, telecast from Las Vegas. Game-show hosts Pat Sajak and Alex Trebek are each honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

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