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‘General Hospital’ Leads 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Nominations

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The 42nd annual Daytime Emmy nominees were announced this morning with ABC’s “General Hospital” leading the pack at 28 nominations, including nods for lead actors Laura Wright, Maura West, Jason Thompson, and Anthony Geary, and supporters Finola Hughes, Lisa Locicero, and Chad Duell. Also sitting pretty with a slew of recognition is 25-time nominated “The Young and the Restless,” which turned 42 last week (its first episode aired March 26, 1973), “Days of Our Lives” with 16 nods, and “The Bold and the Beautiful” with 19. CBS leads the networks with 62; PBS and syndicated programming tie for 50, with ABC coming in third with a total of 35 nods. Hulu popped up with a surprise nomination for its series “East Los High,” about Latinos facing social and socio-economic hardship, recognized in the Outstanding New Approach to Drama category. Other Web-based nominees include “Anacostia,” the YouTube series about Washington D.C. suburbs featuring “As The World Turns” Emmy winner Martha Byrne, »

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Daytime Emmy nominations predictions: 'General Hospital,' 'Young and Restless' will lead

30 March 2015 5:40 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

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...' »

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Film Review: ‘A Girl Like Her’

30 March 2015 3:40 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The causes and consequences of teen bullying get a potent if not entirely persuasive airing in “A Girl Like Her,” a mix of found-footage thriller, mock-doc realism and public service announcement that rings true almost as often as it rings false. There is much to admire in writer-director Amy S. Weber’s well-acted, well-meaning cautionary tale about a high-school student who attempts suicide after being relentlessly targeted by a verbally abusive classmate. Yet the film’s agenda-driven approach, while sure to strike topical chords and generate exposure in American high schools far and wide, has the inevitable effect of compromising the drama, which seems less and less convincing the more blatantly it strives for authenticity.

Weber’s film has a tough opening scene: Jessica Burns (Lexi Ainsworth), a sophomore at South Brookdale High School, opens her parents’ medicine cabinet, downs a bottle of pills and falls unconscious. All this is shot from Jessica’s p. »

- Justin Chang

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Late Late Show with James Corden Rewind Arquette, Pine, Modest Mouse Videos

25 March 2015 8:59 AM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

TV Rewind: Watch the Late Late Show with James Corden rewind with Patty Arquette, Chris Pine and Modest Mouse. The Late Late Show with James Corden clips from the show which aired Tuesday, March 24 (12:37 – 1:37 Am, Et/Pt) on the CBS Television Network.Mystery Pizza BoxThe Young and the Restless: James Corden, Patricia Arquette and Chris Pine Act Out a Scene Found in the PrinterAfter James’ writers assistant finds a script on the shared printer with The Young and the Restless, he asks Patricia Arquette and Chris Pine to act out a soap scene without seeing the script.Patricia Arquette […] »

- April Neale

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Chris Pine, Patricia Arquette Act Out Found ‘Young and the Restless’ Scene on ‘Late Late Show’ (Video)

25 March 2015 7:12 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

James Corden discovered an awesome perk of sharing a printer with “The Young and the Restless”: access to soap opera scripts! The new “Late Late Show” host had Tuesday’s guests Chris Pine and Patricia Arquette act out a scene from the melodramatic daytime show that his writer’s assistant discovered left on their joint office equipment. The two thespians, joined by host Corden, went into it blind, but kind of killed it anyway. Corden played Jack, Pine was Austin, Arquette did her best Phyllis. The plot is a bit hard to follow, so we’ll try to help. »

- Tony Maglio

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Daytime Emmys predictions: Users bet on 'General Hospital' for Best Directing Team

20 March 2015 1:33 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

"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..." »

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Daytime Emmys predictions: Ashleigh Brewer ('B&B') and Hunter King ('Y&R') duel for Younger Actress

20 March 2015 9:39 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

According to our Top 24 Users, who were the highest scorers predicting last year's Daytime Emmy nominations, returning champion Hunter King ("The Young and the Restless") has a slight edge against newcomer Ashleigh Brewer ("The Bold and the Beautiful") in the race for Best Younger Actress. But like the topsy-turvy race for Supporting Actor, there's more to the story (click here for more stats). -Break- King and Brewer are virtually tied with 10/3 odds, but Brewer is actually predicted by twice as many top users. 11 of the Top 24 are backing Brewer, compared to just five who are betting on a repeat for King. How are their odds so close given how much support there is for Brewer? The answer lies in our Top 24 Users' complete rankings (click here for those). You'll notice that while only five are predicting King to win, another 11 rank her second, and 22 predict she'll at least be nominated. »

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Daytime Emmys predictions: Bryan Craig ('Gh') is overwhelming favorite for Younger Actor

19 March 2015 11:09 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

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...' »

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Daytime Emmys predictions: Top 24 Users say Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') will make Supporting Actress history

19 March 2015 6:53 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

"The Young and the Restless" star Amelia Heinle's Daytime Emmy victory last year for Best Supporting Actress came as a surprise to many. This year, she's the strong favorite to win again according to our Top 24 Users, (the two dozen readers who scored the highest predicting last year's nominations). -Break- Daytime Emmys predictions: Anthony Geary ('Gh') will win eighth Best Actor title Sixteen of them predict Heinle will prevail. That strong support gives her leading 2/1 odds. It would be a historic victory. She would be the first to win this  race twice in a row, and only the fourth ever to take it two times in total. Best Supporting Actress has the lowest rate of repeats of any acting race at the Daytime Emmys. But if anyone overtakes her, it might just be another previous category champ: Michelle Stafford, who won Best Supporting Actress in 1997 for "Y&R." She later won Best Actress fo. »

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Victoria Rowell’s ‘Young and the Restless’ Lawsuit Is Unconstitutional, CBS and Sony TV Argue

19 March 2015 1:12 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Former “The Young and the Restless” star Victoria Rowell’s lawsuit against CBS and Sony Pictures Television is beginning to take dramatic turns worthy of a soap opera. Sony Pictures Television and CBS have moved to dismiss Rowell’s lawsuit, filed in February, contending, among other things, that Rowell’s demands violate the First Amendment. In a sharply worded memorandum in support of the motion filed in U.S. district court in New York, attorneys for CBS and Sony claim that Rowell’s suit is “a blatant attempt by Plaintiff to force her way back onto a daytime television soap opera, »

- Tim Kenneally

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Daytime Emmys predictions: Anthony Geary ('Gh') will win eighth Best Actor title

18 March 2015 10:44 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

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. »

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Daytime Emmys predictions: Top 24 Users split between 'Y&R' and 'Days' for Best Drama Series

17 March 2015 3:27 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Our Top 24 Users are split down the middle when predicting Best Drama Series at the Daytime Emmys. Ten of those who did the best at predicting last year's nominations expect last year's surprise winner "The Young and the Restless" to repeat. Another ten favor 2013's winner, "Days of Our Lives." The remaining four are forecasting a win for 11-time champ "General Hospital."  -Break- Based on the overall rankings by the Top 24, "Y&R" has a slight edge with odds of 13/8. This would be the ninth victory for the top-rated CBS soap, bringing it one step closer to matching the record set by "Gh." "Days" is just a hair behind with 19/10 odds. The lone remaining NBC soap has only won twice before:  way back in 1978 and in an upset two years ago.  Top 9 Daytime Emmys milestones in the making: 'Gh,' Anthony Geary, Heather Tom ... Des...' »

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Top 9 Daytime Emmys milestones in the making: 'Gh,' Anthony Geary, Heather Tom ...

9 March 2015 6:00 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

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...' »

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Adam Brody, Curt Schilling Vs. Cyber Bullies, Cindy Crawford Lawsuit on The Talk Videos

3 March 2015 7:35 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Adam Brody Visits; The Hosts on Curt Schilling Against Cyber Bullies + Cindy Crawford Lawsuit – The Talk (3/3)Adam Brody on ‘The Young and the Restless’ TV DebutActor Adam Brody discusses his first television role on the CBS daytime drama, “The Young and the Restless.” Brody says, “It was so fast…I was 19 [years-old] there, but I sound like I’m 13.” He also talks about his new show, “Billy & Billie.”Adam Brody on ‘The Young and the Restless’ TV DebutEx-Red Sox Curt Schilling Strikes Back Against Cyber BulliesFormer Red Sox pitching great, Curt Schilling, strikes back against the cyber creeps […] »

- April Neale

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Will Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') be rare supporting actress to repeat at Daytime Emmys?

3 March 2015 7:32 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

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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Can Eric Martsolf ('Days of Our Lives') defend Daytime Emmys title for Best Supporting Actor?

2 March 2015 12:32 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

"Days of Our Lives" star Eric Martsolf pulled off an upset victory at the Daytime Emmys in 2014, winning Best Supporting Actor on his first nomination, and he's back on the ballot this year. Can he defend his title? -Break- Daytime Emmys return to TV: Pop Network will broadcast on April 26 Though he was never nominated before last year, the 43-year-old actor is actually one of the elder statesmen in this year's contest. In fact, he's one of only two pre-nominees who never previously competed in the Younger Actor category. "Days" has one other contender on the longlist this year: Blake Berris, who was nominated for Best Younger Actor in 2009. He's hoping for his first bid in the supporting race. But "The Young and the Restless" is the most represented soap on the longlist, with four citations, and three are past Younger Actor-champs. Veteran Kristoff St. John won that category in »

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Daytime Emmys Hope to Rebound in Telecast Deal with Pop

2 March 2015 9:00 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

After last year’s digital debacle, the Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony is returning to TV in a deal with Pop, the former TV Guide Network cabler that was relaunched in January.

The 42nd annual Daytime Emmy telecast will originate from a soundstage on the Warner Bros. lot and air live on both coasts on April 26. Michael Levitt, a veteran events producer, will exec produce the broadcast for the New York-based National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, which administers the Daytime Emmys.

As viewership of the telecast has steadily declined, the Daytime Emmy kudocast has bounced around several networks during the past decade, from CBS to ABC to CW to Hln. Last year, producers failed to secure a TV pact so the ceremony from the Beverly Hilton was available only via a free live stream. That resulted in a high-volume of no-shows among winners and salty language flying. Host Kathy Griffin »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Will 'Young and Restless' leading men continue Daytime Emmys dominance?

26 February 2015 6:33 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

With the number of soap operas dwindling in recent years, it's inevitable that the remaining shows will be better represented in the nominations, but even with that in mind, "The Young and the Restless's" recent stranglehold on the Best Actor race at the Daytime Emmys has been remarkable. -Break- Daytime Emmy pre-nominations: 'Young and Restless' leads with 22 There have been nine Best Actor nominees in the last two years, and seven of them were from "Y&R." Perhaps unsurprisingly, "Y&R" also won both years: Doug Davidson in 2013 and Billy Miller in 2014. The only other nominee in both contests was Jason Thompson from "General Hospital." Those two victories put "Y&R" on top as the most awarded program in the category with nine, and if this year's pre-nominations are any indication, "Y&R" may sweep again. It has six out of the 11 actors on the longli...' »

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Predict Daytime Emmys: Repeat for 'Young and Restless,' redemption for 'General Hospital'?

26 February 2015 10:15 AM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

"The Young and the Restless" won nine awards at the 2014 Daytime Emmys, including Best Drama Series. That was its eighth victory in the top category, but it still trails "General Hospital," which holds the record with 11. -Break- If the acting pre-nominations are any indication, "Y&R" may be hard to beat again this year. It earned a whopping 22 citations across six acting categories. That's up from last year, when it tied "Gh" with 19. Daytime Emmy pre-nominations: 'Young and Restless' leads with 22 "Gh," meanwhile, took a tumble down to 14 pre-nominations. The ABC soap is looking for redemption after last year, when it was snubbed from Best Drama Series, Best Writing Team, and Best Directing Team. When it came to the winners, it was the least awarded drama, with just two Creative Arts victories. "Days of Our Lives" is also hoping to make a comeback. After winning Best...' »

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Former The Young and the Restless Star Victoria Rowell Sues CBS and Sony for Retaliation

11 February 2015 7:15 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Former The Young and the Restless star Victoria Rowell is suing the show's network and producers for racial discrimination - and she's pointing the finger at CBS president Les Moonves. The actress, who joined the popular soap opera in 1990 and played Drucilla Winters (and hasn't been on the series since 2007), claims CBS, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and others conspired to keep her off the air in retaliation for her public criticisms of the show's alleged lack of diversity, according to a lawsuit filed in New York on Wednesday and later posted to Deadline. In court documents, Rowell's attorney asserts the actress »

- Michael Miller, @write_miller

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