The nominations for the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced on Thursday's The Talk, with CBS leading the pack with 77 total nominations, more than ABC and NBC combined.

CBS' entire daytime entertainment lineup received nominations. The Young and the Restless led all nominees with 27 nods, including Outstanding Drama Series and acting noms for Tracey E. Bregman, Justin Hartley, Christian LeBlanc, Kristoff St. John, Lauralee Bell, Jessica Collins, Steve Burton, Bryton James, Hunter King, Max Ehrich and Frank Runyeon.

Syndicated programming came in second to CBS with 59 total nominations. Other leaders include PBS with 56 nominations, ABC with 37, Netflix with 33, Nickelodeon with 24 and NBC with 23.

Unfortunately, the Daytime Emmys will not be telecast this year. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences was not able to come to a sponsorship deal with any network, as NATAS' deal with Pop apparently fell through. Previously, the 2014 ceremony was not broadcast and was only streamed online. The NATAS has not announced streaming plans for the 2016 ceremony.

The Daytime Emmys will be dispensed during a ceremony on Sunday, May 1. The Daytime Creative Arts Emmys will be held Friday, April 29.

See the full list of nominations here.

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