NEW YORK -- CBS collected almost twice as many daytime Emmy nominations as its nearest rival Thursday while NBC's 'Santa Barbara' was the individual program winner for multiple nominations.
CBS scored 68 nominations for the 16th annual daytime Emmys, to be awarded on June 29 in a televised ceremony at New York's Waldorf-Astoria.
NBC was second with 38 nominations; ABC had 26; PBS, 25; syndicated shows, 21; HBO, 3, Disney, 2 and CNN, Lifetime, Cinemax, MTV and Nickelodeon, 1 each.
All of the children's series nominated for Emmys were from PBS.
Among individual shows, the top three were 'Santa Barbara' with 13 nominations; 'As the World Turns' (CBS), 12, 'The Young and the Restless' (CBS), 10.
The most-nominated non-soap opera was 'To Tell The Tooth' from 'Pee-wee's Playhouse' (CBS), with eight.
The soap operas nominated for Emmys were 'All My Children' (ABC), 'As The World Turns' (CBS), 'General Hospital' (ABC), 'Guiding Light' (CBS), 'Santa Barbara' (NBC) and 'The Young and the Restless' (CBS).
Nominated as outstanding lead actress in a drama series were Susan Lucci ('All My Children'), Elizabeth Hubbard ('As The World Turns'), Marcy Walker ('Santa Barbara') and Jeanne Cooper ('The Young and the Restless'). Cooper is the mother of Corbin Bernsen of 'L.A. Law.'
For outstanding lead actor in a drama series, the nominees were James Mitchell and David Canary ('All My Children'), Douglass Watson ('Another World'), Larry Bryggman ('As The World Turns') and A Martinez ('Santa Barbara').
Outstanding soap juvenile nominees were Anne Heche ('Another World'), Martha Byrne and Andrew Kavovit ('As The World Turns'), Kimberly Mc Cullough ('General Hospital'), Noelle Beck (NBC's 'Loving'), Darrell Utley (NBC's 'Days Of Our Lives') and Justin Gocke ('Santa Barbara').
Nominated in the talk-service show category were 'Donahue' (syndicated), 'The Frugal Gourmet' (PBS), 'Live With Regis and Kathie Lee' (syndicated), 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (syndicated) and 'This Old House' (PBS).
As outstanding talk-service show host, nominations went to Linda Dano and Nancy Glass (Lifetime's 'Attitudes'), Phil Donahue, Larry King, Oprah Winfrey and Sally Jessy Raphael.
Games shows nominated for Emmys were 'Jeopardy!' (syndicated), 'The Price Is Right' (CBS), 'The $25,000 Pyramid' (CBS), 'Wheel of Fortune' (NBC) and 'Win, Lose or Draw' (NBC).
For outstanding game show host, the nominees were Alex Trebek ('Jeopardy!'), Dick Clark ('The $25,000 Pyramid'), Pat Sajak ('Wheel Of Fortune') and Vicki Lawrence Schultz ('Win, Lose or Draw').
Outstanding children's series nominees, all PBS, were 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,' 'Newton's Apple,' 'Reading Rainbow,' 'Sesame Street' and '3-2-1 Contact.'
Outstanding performer in children's series: Jim Varney (CBS's 'Hey Vern, It's Ernest!'), Barbara Billingsley ('Jim Henson's Muppet Babies'), Fred Rogers ('Mr. Roger's Neighborhood'), Sonia Manzano ('Sesame Street') and Ringo Starr ('Shining Time Station').
Outstanding children's specials: 'Gangs,' 'My Past Is My Own,' 'No Means No' (all CBS Schoolbreak Specials), 'Runaway Ralph' and 'Taking a Stand' (ABC Afterschool Specials).
Outstanding performer in children's special: Whoopi Goldberg ('My Past Is My Own'), Dana Barron, Chad Lowe, Lori Loughlin ('No Means No') and Betty Buckley ('Taking A Stand').
Outstanding animated program: 'Ducktales' (syndicated), 'Jim Henson's Muppet Babies' (CBS), 'The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh' (ABC), 'A Pup Named Scooby Doo' (ABC) and 'Smurfs' (NBC).
Outstanding special class program area: 'China: Walls and Bridges' (ABC), 'The 5th Annual Soap Opera Awards' (NBC), 'Fight Back! With David Horowitz' (syndicated), 'James Stewart's Wonderful Life' (Cinemax) and 'Siskel and Ebert' (syndicated).
Nominations also were handed out for outstanding directing, writing, art direction, technical direction, cinematography, music direction and composition and other technical and/or behind the scenes categories.