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The submission begins with Julie being told over the phone that her son has been killed in a motorcycle accident.
The submission begins with Mariah kissing Tessa (Best Younger Actress nominee Cait Fairbanks). Mariah is apologetic about the kiss, especially since she is in a relationship with Devon (Bryton James) and
Hendrickson’s reel begins with a drunk night out. Chloe is tipsy and gushes about how Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) is her best friend. Then on the ride home she tells Kevin (Best Supporting Actor nominee Greg Rikaart) how lucky she is to have him even though she’s given him plenty of reasons to hate her. When they’re in bed we see one of those reasons: Chloe wakes from a nightmare of the cabin
The reel begins with Steffy horrified to wake up in bed with Bill Spencer (Don Diamont), the father of her husband Liam (Scott Clifton). She insists on leaving immediately despite Bill’s pleas for her to stay and talk it out. She returns in tears to Liam, who begs her forgiveness for his own indiscretion (he kissed another woman), but she’s
In the first of three scenes on Morgan’s reel, Hilary argues with her father-in-law Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John), who also happens to be her ex-husband. Hilary’s current husband, Neil’s son Devon (Bryton James), has run out on her after Mariah (fellow Best Supporting Actress nominee Camryn Grimes) revealed Hilary’s misdeeds. Neil takes her to task for her choices, but Hilary thinks Neil is a hypocrite given all the crimes he has committed.
Dina has a fraught relationship with her adult children because of the mistakes of her past. In her first scene she reminisces about singing to her kids. Her son Jack (Best Actor nominee Peter Bergman) remembers, but her daughter Ashley (Best Actress nominee Eileen Davidson) doesn’t, and Dina laments that Ashley “doesn
General Hospital led all series with 26 nominations, followed by Days of Our Lives (25), The Young and the Restless (25), The Bold and the Beautiful (18) and The Bay The Series (15).
Check out the drama series nominations (TV and digital) below.
Outstanding Drama Series
The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
Days of our Lives (NBC)
General Hospital (ABC)
The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series
The Bay The Series (Amazon)
Ladies of the Lake
NBC’s Days of Our Lives and CBS’ The Young and the Restless followed very closely with 25 nods each, while CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful racked up 18. Not far behind B&B was the online serial The Bay The Series, with 15 noms.
This year’s Daytime Emmys will be held Sunday, April 29 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Southern California, and live-streamed via Facebook, Twitter and the Daytime
The Daytime Emmy Awards cover a wide variety of programming including soap operas, talk shows, game shows, children’s shows, animation and more. In recent years the awards have also expanded into the online streaming realm, just like their primetime counterparts, so digital drama series and programs from Netflix and Amazon are also represented.
The awards for dramatic acting are unique as they undergo an extra pre-nominations phase of voting. TV academy members watched short sample clips of all entrants for lead and supporting awards. The top 10 vote-getters in each category became the pre-nominees,
1983: General Hospital's Heather was arrested.
1985: Days of our Lives' Bo & Hope decided to lope.
1988: All My Children's Stuart & Cindy became engaged."Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times. This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same results."
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