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Evil has already come to Sleepy Hollow. Next up? War!
So declares Abbie in a new teaser for Season 2 of the Fox hit, which returns Monday, Sept. 22 at 9/8c.
Related Sleepy Hollow Season 2: Look Who’s Playing Ichabod’s Psycho Ex!
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It's a recipe for disaster! Heartthrob Scott Elrod is heading to CBS's The Young and the Restless in the contract role of Joe Clark, the ex-husband of Julia Child wannabe Avery Clark (Jessica Collins). As fans know, the marriage went south when Avery began her affair with war vet Dylan McAvoy (Steve Burton), but she has always felt guilty for betraying her husband and has privately hoped he's found happiness.
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- Michael Logan
TV Guide reports that Gina Gershon has booked a guest role on Elementary. She’ll play a socialite Joan is determined to prove is running a drug cartel.
Meanwhile, BBC America announced a new original drama. Based on Bernard Cornwell‘s Saxon Stories novels, the series is set in the lands that will eventually become England during the time that it was being raided by vikings. The story focuses on a Saxon who was kidnapped and raised by Vikings, leading to him feeling with divided loyalties.
- Lyle Masaki
On tap right now are some surprisingly bloody new stills and the first poster art for the creepy looking new film Come Back to Me. Check them out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it!
Come Back to Me is a horror film based on the novel titled The Resurrectionist by Matthew Guinn, which will be playing in limited theaters and available on iTunes, DirecTV, and iN-Demand on July 25th.
The flick stars Matt Passmore ("The Glades"), Katie Walder ("Gilmore Girls"), Nathan Keyes (The Kings of Summer), Maura West ("General Hospital," "The Young and The Restless"), and Laura Gordon (Saw V). The film is written and directed by Paul Leyden (also known for his roles on "The Young and the Restless" and "As The World Turns").
Sarah (Walder) and Josh McLaren (Passmore) are a young married couple living in suburban Las Vegas. Shortly after a car accident, »
- Steve Barton
Not possible! It's been 20 years since Joshua Morrow joined CBS's The Young and the Restless as Nicholas Newman, the suddenly sprouted, wondrously hunky son of the nefarious Victor and his drama queen Nikki. "Man, this anniversary really makes me feel old but also very grateful," Morrow says. "This is the best job in the world and, second to my children, my proudest accomplishment. I hope to do it as long as CBS and Sony and the fans will have me. It's the ride of a lifetime." TV Guide Magazine sat down for a gab session with Morrow to go over his picks for the five most memorable, perfectly Nick-tastic scenes ever. Make sure to check out the clips!
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- Michael Logan
Lifetime on Wednesday birthed the first official trailer for its upcoming drama The Lottery, premiering July 20 at 10/9c, and mankind has definitely seen better days.
Related CSI and Y&R Vets Enter Lifetime’s Lottery
Set in 2025, The Lottery drops viewers into a world where women have stopped having children, putting the human race on the brink of extinction. In order to save all life on Earth, 100 embryos are fertilized and a national lottery is conducted to choose the surrogates.
After winning the hearts of action aficionados everywhere by starring on The CW’s Nikita for four seasons and appearing in the superhero caper Kick-Ass, Lyndsy Fonseca is set to delve into more comedic territory for her next big screen role, having recently signed on to star in romantic comedy The Escort.
As per Deadline, the pic “tracks a sex-obsessed journalist (Michael Doneger) who throws himself into the world of high class escorts when he starts following a Stanford-educated prostitute (Fonseca).”
That cursory plot outline doesn’t give us much to go on, but it’s clear that Doneger, who also co-wrote the script with Brandon A. Cohen, is hoping to use The Escort to prove himself as a leading man. Doneger tried something similar with indie flick This Thing with Sarah last year, directing, starring in and scripting that project, but it never made much noise upon release. Of course, »
- Isaac Feldberg
The Young and the Restless was the big winner at Sunday's Daytime Emmy Awards. The CBS soap took home six prizes including Best Drama Series, Best Drama Series Writing Team, Best Lead Actor (Billy Miller), and Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Amelia Heinle).
The awards, hosted by Kathy Griffin, also honored The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which won its eighth trophy for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show, as well as Steve Harvey, who was a winner for Best Game Show Host (Family Feud) and Outstanding Informative Talk Show (The Steve Harvey Show).
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- Liz Raftery
Our predictors had pegged Best Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmys as a two-way race between frontrunner Jane Elliot ("General Hospital") and strong challenger Elizabeth Hendrickson ("The Young and the Restless"). But despite fourth-place odds, Hendrickson's co-star Amelia Heinle overtook them both. What pushed her over the top? -Break- Were you blown away by Amelia Heinle's win? Discuss Daytime Emmy shocks in our fierce forums! Heinle and Hendrickson both submitted episodes involving the death of young Delia Abbott in a hit-and-run accident. It was a popular storyline with voters, also resulting in wins for Best Actor (Billy Miller) and Best Drama Series. Hendrickson's episode had greater impact; she played Delia's mother the moment after finding out about her death, and such intensity is often the key to winning Emmys. As we'd expect from a grieving mother, Hendrickson spends much of her reel ...' »
Best Supporting Actor at the Daytime Emmys was a close race according to our predictors: four of the five candidates had strong support. But Bradford Anderson ("General Hospital") had the best odds to prevail, with eventual winner Eric Martsolf ("Days of Our Lives") tied for third. Did Martsolf pull off his upset by choosing drugs over baby drama? -Break- Did Eric Martsolf really deserve to win Supporting Actor? Join the fierce Daytime Emmys debate in our forums! It's ironic, since "The Young and the Restless" won Best Drama Series for depicting the death of a child, that Martsolf might have won for avoiding child drama in his Emmy reel. But he did just that, and in fact he was the only Supporting Actor nominee who submitted an episode that wasn't about fatherhood. In Anderson's "Gh" reel, his character, Damien Spinelli, learned that his girlfriend lied about the paternity of a child tha. »
The Daytime Emmys ended with a shock when "The Young and the Restless" defeated defending champ "Days of Our Lives" for Best Drama Series. Two-thirds of our experts and a strong majority of users thought "Days" would win back-to-back prizes. So what happened? -Break- Delighted by the 'Young and Restless' victory? Outraged? Join the fierce Daytime Emmys debate in our forums! The answer, I think, is in the episode submissions. "Days of Our Lives" submitted a pair of episodes featuring a wealth of dramatic shockers including a busted-up relationship, two separate rape revelations, and a wedding-day sex tape. But it couldn't trump "Y&R," which packed a bigger emotional punch. "Y&R's" submitted episodes originally aired mere days apart and were part of the same storyline: the hit-and-run killing of Delia, the young daughter of Billy Abbott (Best Actor winner Bi »
Congratulations to our User almostsideways.com for an impressive 60% accuracy as the best predictor of the 2014 Daytime Emmy Award winners. It was a very difficult year for making picks, with the next two best scores at 55% (rkenny4) and 50% (Roland_Torres). Over 250 Gold Derby readers forecasted this year's Daytime Emmy champs, logging more than 4,500 predictions. To see how you fared, log in to your account and under your profile picture click Daytime Emmys 2014. -Break- 'Young and the Restless,' 'Days of Our Lives' are biggest winners at Daytime Emmys Click here for a breakdown of all top scorers. And to see how we fared collectively predicting each category, click here. In addition to correctly picking the Best Drama Series winner of "The Young and the Restless," our champion had several other very impressive predictions. He chose Eric Martsolf ("Days of Our Lives") as Best Supporting Actor, &...' »
It's daytime's biggest night, and some of your favorite daytime TV stars headed to the Beverly Hills Hotel to present awards honoring everything from soap operas to talk shows to cooking shows. The ceremony, which was livestreamed for the first time ever this year, was hosted by Kathy Griffin. The Young and the Restless led the pack with 26 nominations, and was the big winner tonight with four of the main awards, including Outstanding Drama Series. E!'s own Guiliana Rancic walked away with the Fan Favorite award, which was voted on by fans and given out on the red carpet. Check out the full list of winners below: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Eric »
It should have been no surprise that "The Young and the Restless" won Best Drama Series at the Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday. After all, it led with 26 nominations, with 11 of these for cast members, including a staggering four of the five Best Actor nominees. Find out which of these bids was successful below, as well as how the other daytime drama series fared. The Creative Arts winners that were announced on Friday are noted in italics. -Break- Dish the Daytime Emmy Awards right now in our notorious Gold Derby message boards "The Young and the Restless" (9 wins / 26 nominations) Best Drama Series Best Actor, Billy Miller Best Supporting Actress, Amelia Heinle Best Young Actress, Hunter King Best Writing Team Best Special Class Special: Tribute to Jeanne Cooper Best Lighting Direction Best Technical Team Best Costume Design "The Bold and the Beautiful" (4 wi »
The biggest winner at Sunday’s live-streamed Daytime Emmy Awards, emceed by Kathy Griffin, was Steve Harvey, who took home two prizes: one for his eponymous talk show and one as the host of the syndicated Family Feud. Among soap operas, The Young and the Restless dominated, nabbing Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor (Billy Miller), and Outstanding Supporting Actress (Amelia Heinle), among other awards.
Check out the full list of winners below:
Outstanding Drama Series
Days of Our Lives (NBC)
One Life to Live (Toln.com)
Winner: The Young and the Restless (CBS »
- Katie Atkinson
Soap Operas, talk shows and game shows celebrated at the Daytime Emmy Awards! Here's who won.
Soap stars, talk shows and news programs – including Et- battled it out for the golden statuettes at the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on Sunday.
The ceremony, which streamed live over the Daytime Emmy Awards website, was hosted by comic Kathy Griffin, whose jokes were stronger and language a little looser because of the freedom presented by not airing on television.
News: Entertainment Tonight Wins a Daytime Emmy!
The show itself had some great acceptance speeches, some touching moments and even some surprise wins. Here is a complete list of the night's winners at the 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards!
Outstanding Drama Series
Winner: The Young and the Restless
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama »
The 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday at the Beverly Hills Hilton, hosted by expletive-happy comedienne Kathy Griffin and streamed online at DaytimeEmmys.net, home of the most dreadful pre-show ever.
CBS’ The Young and the Restless came away as this year’s big winner, grabbing gold five times at Sunday night’s main gala, including for Outstanding Drama and for Lead Actor. Sister sudser The Bold and the Beautiful was shut out at the big show, but had scored four statuettes at Friday night’s Creative Arts awards ceremony (see winners list).
NBC’s Days of Our Lives »
"The Young and the Restless" was the big winner at the Daytime Emmys, taking Best Drama Series for the eighth time in the series's history. It also prevailed in four other races: Best Actor (Billy Miller), Best Supporting Actress (Amelia Heinle), Best Younger Actress (Hunter King), and Best Drama Writing Team. It won another prize, Best Special Class Special, for its tribute to late actress Jeanne Cooper. Combined with its Creative Arts wins on Friday night, "Y&R" took home an impressive nine awards this year. -Break- For the complete list of winners, click here. "Days of Our Lives" was also a big winner among dramas. It claimed a trio of acting prizes: Best Actress (Eileen Davidson), Best Supporting Actor (Eric Martsolf), and Best Younger Actor (Chandler Massey). Massey's win, his third in a row, may have been especially surprising to the webcast's producers, who mistakenly showed a performanc...' »
Eileen Davidson, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series The actress took home an Emmy for her Days of Our Lives character, though she also has a role on The Young and the Restless. She said of her two opposite characters: "I feel like I hit the actor gold mine. It's an actor's dream to be able to have this spectrum. It's like two pairs of very comfortable shoes that are very different." Photos Daytime Emmy Awards Red Carpet Arrivals Billy Miller, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless star won for lead actor
- Bryn Elise Sandberg
Winners are listed in bold. Outstanding Drama Series The Bold and the Beautiful CBS Days of Our Lives NBC One Life To Live Toln.com The Young and the Restless CBS *Winner Outstanding Game Show The American Bible Challenge Game Show Network The Chase Game Show Network Jeopardy! Syndicated *Winner Let's Make A Deal CBS The Price Is Right CBS Wheel of Fortune Syndicated Outstanding Morning Program CBS Sunday Morning CBS CBS This Morning CBS Good Morning America ABC *Winner Today Show NBC Outstanding Talk Show / Informative The Chew ABC The Dr. Oz Show Syndicated Dr. Phil Syndicated Steve Harvey »
- TheWrap Staff
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