CBS won big at the Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles.
The network, which received eight creative arts Daytime Emmys for technical achievements at a ceremony last week, emerged as the network leader with a total of 14 awards after Sunday's ceremony.
PBS received a combined 13 awards, with six for HUB Network; five for TOLN.com; four for ABC and three for NBC.
Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Harvey and the soap opera "The Young and the Restless" were among the 41st annual Daytime Emmy winners.
"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" received its eighth trophy as outstanding entertainment talk show at the awards ceremony Sunday in Beverly Hills.
The "Steve Harvey" show was honored as outstanding informative talk show, while Harvey won as best game show host for "Family Feud."
CBS' "The Young and the Restless" captured six awards, including honors for best drama series and best lead actor for star Billy Miller. Eileen Davidson of NBC's "Days of Our Lives" was named best drama series actress.
ABC's "Good Morning America" won the best morning program Emmy.
There were a couple of ties in the mix, too. "Entertainment Tonight" and "Extra" tied for best entertainment news program.
The Daytime Emmys introduced new awards for Spanish-language shows. Trophies went to Telemundo's "Un Nuevo Dia" as best morning program, to CNNE's "Clix" as best entertainment show and to Rodner Figueroa of Univision's "El Gordo y la Flaca" as best daytime talent in Spanish.
The ceremony, which aired on the cable news channel HLN last year and in 2012 after losing its longtime home on the broadcast networks, this year settled for streaming the proceedings online. The change in fortune reflects the dwindling daytime audience and programming shifts.
Kathy Griffin hosted Sunday's ceremony, with Billy Bush and Mario Lopez among the presenters.
Other winners were:
Talk show host (tie): Mehmet Oz, "Dr. Oz Show," Katie Couric, "Katie"
New approaches drama series: "Venice the Series"
Supporting actress in a drama series: Amelia Heinle, "The Young and the Restless"
Supporting actor in a drama series: Eric Martsolf, "Days of Our Lives"
Game show: "Jeopardy!"
Legal or courtroom program: "The People's Court."
Culinary program: "The Mind of a Chef"
Culinary host: Bobby Flay, "Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction"
Special class special: "The Young and the Restless: Jeanne Cooper Tribute"
Younger actor in a drama series: Chandler Massey, "Days of Our Lives"
Younger actress in a drama series: Hunter King, "The Young and the Restless"
Drama series directing team: "One Life to Live"
Drama series writing team: "The Young and the Restless"