The two-hour telecast will run 8 to 10 p.m. ET. Nominations for the prize will be announced May 1. The show's producer will be the LocoDistro entertainment company.
Good ratings are one reason HLN decided to air the Daytime Emmys again, said Scot Safon, executive vice president & general manager of HLN.
In a statement, he said: "Last year, HLN’s first-ever presentation of the Daytime Emmy Awards was the #1 most-watched, regularly-scheduled non-news broadcast in the network’s history, and received terrific viewer feedback both on-air and online. Our audiences thanked us for tapping into that vital part of American pop culture. HLN is the news channel that focuses on stories at the forefront of the American conversation, and daytime programming often tackles those same themes and stories."
Monty Hall, who hosted "Let's Make a Deal," and producer Bob Stewart will receive Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Stewart created "To Tell the Truth," "Password," "The $10,000 Pyramid" and "The Price Is Right." Stewart died in May 2012 shortly before his 92nd birthday. Son Sande Stewart will accept the prize.