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The Daytime Emmy nominations will be announced on Tuesday, March 31, on CBS's "The Talk." We're predicting, "General Hospital" and "The Young and the Restless" will come out on top with 10 bids apiece across the top nine categories. -Break- Daytime Emmy nominations cheat sheet: Alison Sweeney, Anthony Geary, ... Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see our predictions by series (with the anticipated winners in gold) and to make your own picks using our drag-and-drop menu. To see our complete forecasts by category, click here. Last year, "Gh" was unexpectedly snubbed in the Drama Series, Writing Team, and Directing Team categories. However, our predictors expect it to return to all three races this year, and it's the frontrunner to win the directing prize. The ABC soap is also forecast to earn seven acting bids and wins for Anthony Geary, who would extend his record Best Actor...' »
Source: ABC A reboot for Full House is reportedly in the works, '90s kids! Plenty of people call themselves Full House fans, but how much trivia do you know about the people and the stories behind the hit '90s show? Several of the show's stars have been sharing the spotlight lately. Candace Cameron Bure competed on Dancing With the Stars, and a few of her former castmates cheered for her from the stands. She also reunited on screen with Scott Weinger, who played D.J.'s boyfriend Steve, for an episode of The Neighbors, and all three of the main Full House guys came together for a Super Bowl commercial earlier this year. To relive all the Full House excitement, take a look at 33 things you may not know about your favorite '90s series. The Show The show was originally going to be called House of Comics, »
Next time Rick Springfield wants to buy a gun, maybe he should start talking cute instead. And save the receipt. The 65-year-old rock star, best known for the 1981 hit "Jessie's Girl," who also played Dr. Noah Drake on General Hospital, recalled in an interview with Oprah Winfrey an embarrassing story that should serve as a lesson to all celebrities: A time he pulled the ol' "Do You Know Who I Am?" card. "It was pathetic," he says in the video, posted online this week as an outtake from an interview that aired during an episode of Winfrey's Own show Where Are They Now? in February. "It was in Vegas, I was doing the big show at MGM Grand. You know, my »
This week on ABC’s Scandal, Cyrus suddenly found himself quickly heading for a wedding, Sally Langston returned as a “bully” and Olivia gave Fitz a ring.
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So, the return to frantic, “old school” Opa fixing took a back seat this week, in a quieter hour that was squarely focused on Cyrus’ long-gestating fauxgagement to rent boy Michael. The chief of staff’s fiance got caught carousing at Gentleman John’s, so spin was needed, to spare Cy disgrace.
Olivia’s fix: fast-track a “gay, Republican wedding,” held at no »
In this week’s Grey’s Anatomy, Derek told Meredith (not quite all) about “the other woman,” Owen’s mother (reluctantly) came clean about her secret romance, and Jo treated a patient whose nose was home, sweet home to a…
On second thought, keep reading. I’ll tell you in due time.
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Doctor, Heel, Thyself? | Picking up right where “Don’t Dream It’s Over” left off, “With or Without You” began with Derek at his own doorstep, eager to tell Mer that the woman who answered his phone was just his research fellow, Renee. »
If conflict breeds creativity, Nashville‘s Will Lexington is about to get seriously inspired.
Linn will recur as Bill Lexington, a hard-working family man who’s also deeply conservative — which will not bode well for his closeted son.
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The actor will appear toward the end of Nashville‘s third season, with the option to return in Season 4, should the series be renewed. His recent TV credits include The Lottery and State of Affairs. »
What does one give for a 52nd anniversary? Closure, apparently.
ABC’s General Hospital on Wednesday, April 1, will at long last reveal the truth about what caused Luke Spencer’s (Anthony Geary) psychotic break, as promised in the new promo above (which will air during tonight’s Grey’s Anatomy).
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Also to mark the anniversary, select scenes from the sudser’s April 1, 1963 debut will be recreated, »
For the last two years, The Bold and the Beautiful‘s Karla Mosley has played homeless-woman-turned-aspiring-fashion-mogul Maya Avant. Maya is plucky, beautiful and driven, but she’s hardly a newsmaker.
Then, Wednesday’s episode revealed that Maya used to be a man named Myron. All of a sudden, the CBS soap’s willingness to explore a transgender character — which other daytime dramas have tried (and failed at) in the past — has more than just B&B diehards waiting for today’s episode.
What will the new development mean for Maya and Rick’s relationship? What about that baby Dayzee helped her have adopted? »
"General Hospital" wasn't nominated for Best Directing Team last year, but our Top 24 Users, who were the highest scorers predicting 2014's Daytime Emmy nominations, think it will actually win this year. 14 of them declare it the frontrunner, giving it 3/2 odds. -Break- Top 9 Daytime Emmys milestones in the making: 'Gh,' Anthony Geary, Heather Tom ... "Gh" has won eight directing prizes overall, making it the second most awarded program in the category, behind "The Young and the Restless" with 13. But despite its 2014 snub, "Gh" has been a juggernaut in this category in recent years, winning six times since 2000 alone. Meanwhile, five top users pick "Days of Our Lives," placing it second with 10/3 odds. Given its history, however, "Days" might actually be an underdog. It only ever won a directing Emmy once, and that was back in 1974. "The Bold and the Beautif..." »
Last year, Bryan Craig earned his first Best Younger Actor nomination at the Daytime Emmys for playing Morgan Corinthos on "General Hospital," a role he's played since 2013. But like many other young men in recent years, the 23-year-old lost to Chandler Massey ("Days of Our Lives"), who won the award three years in a row (2012-2014). But Craig will rise to the top this year according to our Top 24 Users, who were the highest scorers predicting last year's nominations. -Break- Daytime Emmys predictions: Anthony Geary ('Gh') will win eighth Best Actor title Massey left "Days" at the beginning of 2014, and his absence means this is the only acting category this year guaranteed to crown a first-time winner. A whopping 18 of our Top 24 think it will be Craig. He leads their predictions with 17/10 odds. Craig's biggest threat appears to be Max Ehrich ("The Young and the Restless"), who has...' »
Anthony Geary has played ne'er-do-well Luke Spencer on "General Hospital" on and off since 1978, and he's already a 7-time Best Actor winner, which makes him the Daytime Emmys' most awarded actor. This year, 16 of our Top 24 Users, who were the highest scorers predicting last year's awards, expect him to win a record-extending eighth title. They give him 21/10 odds. -Break- Billy Miller ("The Young and the Restless") is the defending champion, but only five top users predict him to repeat, giving him 10/3 odds. His victory last year was his first nomination and win in the lead category. Before that, he won twice out of three nominations in the supporting race. Two of our Top 24 favor Miller's "Y&R" co-star Peter Bergman and give him 4/1 odds. Bergman is the most nominated man in the history of the category. With 19 nominations and three wins, he's the Meryl Streep of the Daytime Emmys (Str. »
Karen Gillan has found herself(ie) a new leading role.
TV’s erstwhile Eliza Dooley is among the many new additions to HBO’s Salem Witch Trials pilot The Devil You Know, written by Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan, our sister site Deadline reports.
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The Daytime Emmy nominations will be announced March 26, and winners will be revealed live on April 26 on the Pop Network. A number of records and milestones are up for grabs in this year's contest. Here are nine landmark moments to watch for. -Break- Daytime Emmys return to TV: Pop Network will broadcast on April 26 1. "General Hospital" could win Best Drama for a record 12th time With 11, 'Gh' already holds the record for the most Best Drama Series victories, and it could extend that record to 12 this year. But it wasn't even nominated in 2014. Will it make a comeback? 2. Heather Tom could tie Erika Slezak as daytime's most awarded actress Heather Tom has already accumulated 16 Emmy nominations and five victories. She won Best Younger Actress twice (1993, 1999) for "The Young and the Restless," Best Supporting Actress once (2011) for "The Bold and the Beautiful," and then Best Actre...' »
Only three of this year's nine Daytime Emmy pre-nominees for Best Younger Actress have been nominated before, and they all happen to be past winners. In an unusual twist, two of them could win again for playing new roles on the same shows. -Break- Kristen Alderson played Starr Manning for 15 years, starting on "One Life to Live" in 1998. But the Daytime Emmys didn't recognize her until she moved the character to "General Hospital" in 2012. She won Best Younger Actress on her first nomination in 2013 and earned another bid in 2014. But after a legal struggle between the ABC network and "Oltl's" online production company Prospect Park, Starr was written out and Alderson was reintroduced to the "Gh" cast as a new character, Kiki Jerome, whom the actress played until she left the series altogether in early 2015. Will the Emmys embrace her in this role as much as they embraced her as Starr? »
Out of 365 days in a year, a mother and daughter gave birth on the same one. Angela Patram, 37, welcomed her fifth child, Rayna Patram, into the world at 6:29 p.m. inside Tampa General Hospital, where she works as a surgical oncology nurse - and 34 minutes later became a grandmother. Teranisha Billups, 20, gave birth to Jerry Michaud, Jr. inside the very same hospital, making little Rayna an instant aunt. "We knew our due dates were around the same time, but we never expected that it would happen on the same day," Patram tells People. "I was shocked when I found out. »
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This year's Daytime Emmy pre-nominees for Best Younger Actor must be breathing a sigh of relief now that Chandler Massey ("Days of Our Lives") is no longer in contention. -Break- Massey won the category for the last three years in a row, which was historic in multiple ways. He was only the second actor ever to win the category three times (former "General Hospital" star Jonathan Jackson previously pulled off a hat trick in the 1990s). Massey was also the first to do so in consecutive years. And he's the only "Days" actor ever to win three times. Daytime Emmys return to TV: Pop Network will broadcast on April 26 But Massey left "Days" at the beginning of 2014, so he's out of the race. That's good news for the eight actors on this year's longlist, including three past nominees who have been flattened by the Massey juggernaut in recent years. In fact, »
The actress is shifting to recurring status for Season 2 of the FX comedy as she’s being eyed to star in her own pilot for the cable net, our sister site Deadline reports.
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Per our sister site Deadline, the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel (fka Hallmark Movie Channel) has greenlit Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise, with an eye on a fall premiere.
Selleck’s most recent turn as Jesse Stone circa May 2012 drew 12.8 million viewers for CBS, easily topping that Sunday night in total audience, but mustered just a 1.2 demo rating, placing it behind an America’s Got Talent rerun.
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We’re less than two months away now from the debut of Daredevil in the Marvel Universe as he kicks off their new TV franchise, before handing the reins over to A.K.A. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. We know that we’ll be seeing Daredevil’s biggest adversary The Kingpin in the show, but Brazilian site The Omelete have provided some new information on other baddies.
A big thanks to the chaps over at McU Exchange for the translation.
The site reports that Melvin Potter, aka The Gladiator, will play a “large part” in the show as Wilson Fisk’s weapon guy and will be providing The Kingpin with some kitted out cars and even a kevlar suit. The Gladiator was one of Daredevil’s early villains but would eventually reform and become an ally to the Man Without Fear down the line.
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Amelia Heinle won Best Supporting Actress at the 2014 Daytime Emmys for "The Young and the Restless," a victory that came as a surprise to most of our predictors, who had favored either her co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson or Jane Elliot ("General Hospital"). Heinle is pre-nominated again this year, but can she overcome this category's curse against repeat winners? -Break- Predict Daytime Emmys: Repeat for 'Young and Restless,' redemption for 'General Hospital'? Only three women have ever won this award twice: Julia Barr ("All My Children," 1990, 1998), Gina Tognoni ("Guiding Light," 2006, 2008), and Nancy Lee Grahn ("Santa Barbara," 1989; "General Hospital," 2012). None have won it three times, and none have won consecutively. That's not to say winners in this category are doomed. A few others have won as lead actresses after prevailing once in the supporti »
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