Will 13th Time Be the Charm for Lucci? : Television: The 'All My Children' star has lost 12 times at the Daytime Emmy Awards. CBS garners 68 nominations, followed by PBS with 41.

From the Associated Press

It's deja vu all over again for Susan Lucci. The perennial runner-up was nominated Thursday for the 13th time for an Emmy Award--an honor she's already lost out on a dozen times.

Lucci was again nominated for outstanding lead actress in a drama series for her role as Erica Kane, the manipulative star of "All My Children," as nominations for the 19th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced.

Garnering the most nominations overall was CBS, which collected 68. PBS followed with 41, while ABC had 25 and NBC got 24. Syndicated programs collected 33 nominations in the 43 categories. Fox was nominated twice; HBO, Lifetime and CNN picked up single nominations.

"Guiding Light," on CBS, was the single most recognized show, with 16 nominations, followed by "The Young and the Restless," CBS, 15; "Another World," NBC, 10; and "As the World Turns," CBS, nine. Lucci's "All My Children" had eight.

Joining Lucci as best actress nominees are Elizabeth Hubbard as Lucinda Walsh on "As the World Turns"; Erika Slezak as Victoria Buchanan on "One Life to Live"; Jessica Tuck as Megan Gordon on "One Life to Live," and Jeanne Cooper as Katherine Chancellor Sterling on "The Young and the Restless."

In children's programming, another annual nominee led the pack: "Sesame Street" was nominated for nine awards. The Disney Channel had 17 nominations, while Nickelodeon received four.

Winners will be announced during an NBC telecast June 23, with Phil Donahue and Lucci as co-hosts. The show will be aired in prime time for the second straight year.

Donahue is nominated for outstanding talk-service show host, as was Oprah Winfrey, last year's winner. The "Donahue" show collected two other nominations.

Tops among the talk show crowd was "The Joan Rivers Show," which garnered six nominations. Top choice among game shows was "The Price Is Right," which had six nominations.

Here is a partial list of the nominees from the New York-based National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Los Angeles-based Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Nominations covered the period from March 6, 1991, to March 5, 1992.

* Drama series: "All My Children," ABC; "As the World Turns," CBS; "Guiding Light," CBS; "The Young and the Restless," CBS.

* Game show: "The $100,000 Pyramid," syn.; "Family Feud," syn.; "Jeopardy!" syn.; "The Prices Is Right," CBS.

* Children's series: "Lamb Chop's Play-Along," PBS; "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," PBS; "Reading Rainbow," PBS; "Sesame Street," PBS; "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?" PBS.

* Children's special: "CBS Schoolbreak Special: Abby, My Love," CBS; "First Love, Fatal Love," HBO; "Lost in the Barrens II: Curse of the Viking Grave," Disney; "Vincent and Me," Disney; "Woof!" Disney.

* Animated program: "Darkwing Duck," ABC/syn.; "Doug," Nickelodeon; "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh," ABC; "Rugrats," Nickelodeon; "Tiny Toon Adventures," syn.

* Talk/service show: "Donahue," syn.; "The Joan Rivers Show," syn.; "Live With Regis & Kathie Lee," syn.; "The Oprah Winfrey Show," syn.; "This Old House," PBS.

* Special class program: "CNN Newsroom," CNN; "Macy's 65th Annual Thanksgiving Parade," NBC; "NBA All-Star Stay in School Jam," NBC; "Spaceship Earth: Our Global Environment," Disney; "The Streets," ABC.

* Lead actress, drama series: Susan Lucci (Erica Kane), "All My Children," ABC; Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda Walsh), "As the World Turns," CBS; Erika Slezak (Victoria Buchanan), "One Life to Live," ABC; Jessica Tuck (Megan Gordon), "One Life to Live," ABC; Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor Sterling), "The Young and the Restless," CBS.

* Lead actor, drama series: David Canary (Adam and Stuart Chandler), "All My Children," ABC; Michael Zaslow (Roger Thorpe), "Guiding Light," CBS; A Martinez (Cruz Castillo), "Santa Barbara," NBC; Nicolas Coster (Lionel Lockridge), "Santa Barbara," NBC; Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), "The Young and the Restless," CBS.

* Supporting actress, drama series: Linda Dano (Felicia Gallant), "Another World," NBC; Darlene Conley (Sally Spectra-Garrison), "The Bold and the Beautiful," CBS; Lynn Herring (Lucy Coe), "General Hospital," ABC; Maureen Garrett (Holly Lindsey), "Guiding Light," CBS; Maeve Kinkead (Vanessa Chamberlain), "Guiding Light," CBS.

* Supporting actor, drama series: Charles Keating (Carl Hutchins), "Another World," NBC; Jerry ver Dorn (Ross Marler), "Guiding Light," CBS; Rick Hearst (Alan-Michael Spaulding), "Guiding Light," CBS; Bernie Barrow (Louie Slavinsky), "Loving," ABC; Thom Christopher (Carlo Hesser), "One Life to Live," ABC.

* Performer, children's series: Shari Lewis, "Lamb Chop's Play-Along," PBS; Fred Rogers, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," PBS; LeVar Burton, "Reading Rainbow," PBS; Sonia Manzano, "Sesame Street," PBS; George Carlin, "Shining Time Station," PBS.

* Game show host: Dom DeLuise, "Candid Camera," syn.; Alex Trebek, "Jeopardy!," syn.; Bob Barker, "The Price Is Right," CBS.

* Talk show host: Phil Donahue, "Donahue," syn.; Joan Rivers, "The Joan Rivers Show," syn.; Linda Ellerbee, "Nickelodeon Special Edition," Nickelodeon; Oprah Winfrey, "The Oprah Winfrey Show," syn.; Sally Jessy Raphael, "Sally Jessy Raphael," syn.

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