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41st Annual Daytime Emmy Winners Announced! Y&R Wins Drama Series, Billy Miller and Eileen Davidson Take Home Top Acting Prizes!


In ceremonies held on Sunday night, it turned out to be a big night for CBS and its number one soap opera, The Young and the Restless. 

The series was named Outstanding Drama Series,  Outstanding Writing Team for a Drama Series, as well as received the nod for Outstanding Special Class Special for its Jeanne Cooper Tribute at NATAS’ 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.  Y&R received six Emmys during the streaming event held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California,  the most of any show!

In the acting categories, Billy Miller received the perfect button on his career with The Young and the Restless wining his first ever Lead Actor in a Drama Series award for his riveting portrayal of Billy Abbott.  Miller had won two Daytime Emmys previously in the Supporting Category.  The actor decided to leave Y&R last December.  And after over two decades in daytime soaps, Eileen Davidson received her first ever Emmy win as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance as Kristen DiMera on Days of our Lives.  Eileen received a standing ovation from the crowd in attendance!


The 41st Annual Daytime Emmys first live stream broadcast kicked-off with the announcement of the Supporting Acting and Actress category.

The first winner of the night was Days of our Lives Eric Martsolf who took home his first Emmy for his portrayal of a drug addicted Brady Black!   Next, The Young and the Restless Amelia Heinle won her first Emmy for her stirring performance of Victoria Newman Abbott.  Heinle paid tribute to her sister during her acceptance speech.

In the Younger Acting category, Chandler Massey had a three-peat for his performance of Will Horton on Days of our Lives.  Massey left the NBC soap opera back in November of last year after being fired from the show.   And Hunter King took her first Emmy for Younger Actress in a Drama Series for her work as Summer Newman on The Young and the Restless.

Lastly,  it was Prospect Park’s and TOLN’s One Life to Live’s that took home the gold for Outstanding Directing Team Drama Series , and Crystal Chappell and company received accolades for Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series! We will have full report on the live-stream ceremonies and more coming up!

So, what did you think of Y&R winning Drama Series?  Billy and Eileen winning Lead Actor and Actress?   Eric and Amelia winning Supporting Actor and Actress?  Chandler and Hunter winning Younger Actor and Actress? OLTL winning Directing Team? Let us know!

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  1. Laurene

    June 23, 2014 at 1:59 am

    Amelia Heinle winning is a joke.

    • Kim Huck

      June 23, 2014 at 8:04 am

      Thank God MCE as Chelsea did not win she never should be nominated

    • Tommy Moss

      June 23, 2014 at 8:05 am

      Sharon Case was robbed. Her character Sharon Newman is outstanding

    • Carrie Johnson

      June 23, 2014 at 8:07 am

      Surprised Young and the Restless won this year with the writing at its worst I have seen in 20 years

    • Timmm

      June 23, 2014 at 8:20 am

      Agree! Elizabeth Hendrickson nailed it and deserved it! I also thought Jane Elliot had a good chance since she is a legend and she had a lot of stories this past year.

    • Joel

      June 23, 2014 at 8:30 am

      Not true. She’s a good actress who’s been on & off daytime for 20 plus years. Maybe not the best in the category but still good.

    • kia

      June 23, 2014 at 9:03 am

      What you say is true. Thanks.

    • Melanie

      June 23, 2014 at 9:29 am

      I am so happy Amelia won, she is a wonderful actress. you are the joke, you sound miserable. Lol.

      • Laurene

        June 24, 2014 at 2:25 am

        And her fans are apparently between 5 and 8 years old. What a lucky girl…

    • carol

      June 23, 2014 at 11:11 am

      You can say that again! There were others much more deserving.

    • Mark Y

      June 23, 2014 at 12:48 pm

      Can you explain your unkind comment please?

    • jaybird369

      June 23, 2014 at 2:56 pm

      Laurene…I AGREE!!!!! But…I’m glad that Billy Miller won…YES!!!!!

  2. richard

    June 23, 2014 at 2:09 am

    I love Eileen, but I was shocked she beat Heather Tom. Heather KILLED it this past year with the Brooke/Bill/Katie affair reveal at her birthday party!!!!

    • Timmm

      June 23, 2014 at 8:20 am

      Eileen was amazing and deserved it.

    • Claudio

      June 23, 2014 at 9:35 am

      I love Heather Tom, but Eileen Davidson deserved to win this year. Good for her, Heather winning streak is over, she won an emmy last year, and the year before.

  3. su0000

    June 23, 2014 at 2:39 am

    I can’t believe that Y&R received any awards..
    Last year to this, was terribly long drawn out and boring- FF mostly..
    They rode the wing of a dead child to get some gold..
    I also do not feel that Amelia and Hunter are great actresses there are far better in the soaps..

    But- it is what it is..
    It all comes down the opinions of a few, not the majority of the fans who had no say in the matter ..
    anyways- I did not watch lol .. and I see I missed not a lot of nothing 🙂

    Congrats to all the winners, deserving or not, well done !!!!

    • Carrie Johnson

      June 23, 2014 at 8:09 am

      Im think Billy Miller aka Billy desereved to win. I think Amelia aka Victoria should win. Happy for all the winners but as far as best show NO Y&R is NOT beter then General Hospital by no means

      • Elyse

        June 23, 2014 at 10:55 pm

        Y&R is by far the Best Soap and DESERVED to win, so Happy they did!!! Kudos to Billy Miller Very deserving. And happy for Summer and Victorias characters as well!

    • Timmm

      June 23, 2014 at 8:21 am

      Y&R was horrible and deserved a Razzie instead of an Emmy!

      • Patrick

        June 23, 2014 at 10:41 pm

        Thank you Timmm I applaud that so very much

        how can Y&R with a 365 day production feature just one memorable story line?

        everything else about Genoa City is forgettable

        now that the Dehila story is history… and without MM, BM, MS, JC, EH… whats left

    • Disappointed

      June 23, 2014 at 9:29 am

      I so agree with you. There were more deserving actions who did outstanding work. Frankly I am so sick of her on Y&R I am about ready to drop it from my viewing schedule.

    • Disappointed

      June 23, 2014 at 9:39 am

      I am glad Hunter King won. I think she really knocked it out of the park when she was told that Jack and not Nick was her father. I am to the point I don’t like half of the characters on Y&R anymore. That and the longgggg dragged out storylines are getting old.

    • Stefano

      June 23, 2014 at 10:06 am

      Wow you are so full of yourself, Hunter King and Amelia won the emmys, well deserved. I bet you cant act at all. Lol. who pissed you off today? These ladies can act, you are just a drama queen, who whines and cant get her way. Yes we all have opinions, but saying Hunter and Amelia are horrible actresses, is plain wrong. Happy. they won, including Eileen Davidson.

      • Patrick

        June 23, 2014 at 10:49 pm

        I do believe that if you can tear up on queue… cry me a river… on queue… then you’ve got some attention

        however… it’s a 365 day production… and it’s telling… how much you pull in… audience feast or famine….

        Hunter King… is not relatable… theres no insight to noteworthy… who cares that she’s not jacks daughter and it’s back to Nicholas… or either or… blech

        i’ll soapbox and stand firm…. Heather Tom is the same… indifferent

    • CHH

      June 23, 2014 at 6:59 pm

      Could not believe The Young & Restless won these awards except for Billy Miller. The show is almost unwatchable. General Hospital is by far the best soap on TV. They were simply robbed. The Daytime Emmy’ s are a joke.

      • rachie

        June 24, 2014 at 8:40 pm

        I agree Y&R is boring it used to be a top soap and didn’t get the recognition it does now that it sucks who ever voted on this one got paid or drank to much cause it was way off. oh well I didn’t watch I knew it was going to be BS.


    June 23, 2014 at 2:49 am

    Im sad. Liz Hendrickson was robbed. She would of deserved a Emmy. So does Bryan Craig- who got robbed. cant believe this. I watched it online last night and the swearring wasnt professionnal at all. im dissapointed of the whole Academy!

    • Timmm

      June 23, 2014 at 8:22 am

      What else could Liz have done to win? She was ripped off!

  5. Judy

    June 23, 2014 at 4:12 am

    I have to say the red carpet online was a horrible, I wish they had online other interviewers to watch.
    The show itself was good. With no commercials it kept moving except for that one towards the end that kept rambling on and on. Thank goodness Kathy Griffin and Sharon Osborne said something I thing she would still be on now talking.
    I so sorry to see GH not recognized for any of its fellow actors. I read they won a few for awards the other night. They never even showed them at the table.

    • Ellen edvardsen

      June 23, 2014 at 9:26 am

      The red carpet show was terrible. The hosts were obnoxios and need to be replaced.

      • 4ever DAYS

        June 24, 2014 at 11:27 am

        Your name is similar to Eileen Davidson!

      • Geofffrey-Martin Cyr

        July 17, 2014 at 3:32 pm

        Oh Judy and Ellen, you have NOOOO idea! (I was there to witness the carnage!) An abyssmal embarrassment!

  6. aria

    June 23, 2014 at 4:34 am

    the best part of the night for me was kathy griffin shutting down jfp. it was priceless, and funny.

  7. Joyce

    June 23, 2014 at 4:40 am

    I was so excited to see the Emmy’s yesterday on the internet. Was looking forward to seeing Billy Miller win. I saw the red carpet program and thought the four gals that did the interviews were not that good. Some comments they made to the women about their breast was way out of line. Hope they get better interviewers next time. Also was very disappointed in Kathy Griffin and her filthy mouth. And the gal from Y&R that spoke as they won best drama also had a filthy mouth. They both should be ashamed of themselves am sure they parents were embarrassed. Hope they will have this on again next year ONLY show some respect for they viewers who don’t want to hear the kind of talk we heard last night. If it does you will loose viewers. Maybe that is the way those people talk all the time and don’t give any thought to others who don’t want to hear it.

  8. Joyce

    June 23, 2014 at 4:45 am

    Also Sharon Osborne thought she was so cute BUT again she also had a FILTHY MOUTH. Will not watch THE TALK that show is really getting to almost be like gutter talk.

    • irene

      June 23, 2014 at 1:59 pm

      I agree. I can’t watch that show after they kept talking about the coach picking his nose and showing it over and over. I walked out of room and came back and they were still grossing me out. None are experts but they talk like they are. The deal in pop culture and online videos and stories. Airhead stuff. I can get my info elsewhere.

  9. Joel

    June 23, 2014 at 5:12 am

    Eileen’s win was so richly deserved and the thrill of the night. I can and do watch her submitted reel over and over!

  10. Ricardo

    June 23, 2014 at 5:47 am

    Eilleen congrats on your daytime emmy, well deserved. Eileen is a terrific actress
    . I watched the emmys on my phone, the live stream sucked. It was not very clear and very shaky. Next year, it better be on tv.

  11. jimh(leave it to beaver)

    June 23, 2014 at 5:50 am

    Im ok with Eileen, Billy, Eric, and Chandler wins ect…they all deserved it…its nice to come home from the hospital and hear some good news for a change…Y & R isnt my favorite soap…Days is…but the Billy/Adam story on Y&R was well acted and played out so that had to be the main reason for the win…imo!!!

    • jimh(leave it to beaver)

      June 23, 2014 at 5:58 pm

      Drew Carey…he is a comedian and part of daytime…get him to host the show next year!!!

      • Johnny

        June 24, 2014 at 9:09 am

        No no no no way, Drew Carey is very annoying. Joan Rivers can host the emmys next year.

    • 4ever DAYS

      June 24, 2014 at 7:35 am

      I hope you’re alright. Be and stay healthy.

      • jimh(leave it to beaver)

        June 24, 2014 at 9:53 am

        Doing somewhat better…meds help somewhat…thanks!

  12. John

    June 23, 2014 at 5:51 am

    Congratulations to Chandler Massey for third win for acting and creating Will for DAYS who screwed up the reel on the Emmy show intentionally showing the new Will, the incompetent replacement. Nevertheless Chandler won, Congratulations Chandler!!

    • 4ever DAYS

      June 23, 2014 at 8:00 am

      I don’t think Guy Wilson is a incompetent replacement. However, I admit that the replaced reel was a very messy situation.

    • Gerry

      June 23, 2014 at 10:03 am

      That was really embarrassing. It’s awesome that Chandler Massey Rose above that disgusting error. His successor really does suck and it’s been months and he’s not gotten any better. I’d rather see Will and Sonny get written out at this point because the new Will is awful and Will and Sonny have no real story prospects. I think this is partly due to the recast. DAYS just will not admit it screwed up but at the same time they can’t write for someone who can’t deliver the goods so off to the backburner the gays go.

      Glad Chandler got the last laugh.

      • Michael

        June 23, 2014 at 6:54 pm

        I agree. Sadly Guy Wilson really does suck in the role of Will. They should entice Chandler to return by offering yo psyche for his entire college education!$

  13. Mo

    June 23, 2014 at 5:55 am

    Oh my. Y&R won for best drama, best writing. No way. Of the three soaps I watch (Y&R, Days, B&B), Y&R would be my last choice for these awards.

    I agree with winners Billy Miller, Eric Martsolf, Eileen, and Chandler. Would not have chosen Hunter to win. Amelia is good. Congrats for her. Forget who the others nominated with her were.

    Days has got to be happy for winning Best Actress, Younger Actor (still miss Chandler), and Supporting Actor. Way to go.

    B&B didn’t win anything, looks like. 🙁 Maybe next year.

    I’m just afraid with these wins, Y&R will think they’re great as is when that isn’t true.

    Congratulations to the winners.

    • diane

      June 23, 2014 at 10:42 am

      I totally agree. The whole thing except for Billy Miller and Eileen Davidson winning was a joke.

  14. Jake NJ

    June 23, 2014 at 5:56 am

    So happy for Eileen and Erin so well deserved. Congrats to the other winners. Sad my GH was shut out….Bryan deserved that win. Looking forward to Billy coming to GH….we welcome excellent actors which are going of late…woohoo

    • Jeremy

      June 23, 2014 at 1:14 pm

      hey Jake NJ, I am totally thrilled for Eileen and Eric too. Eileen is favorite of mine. I was so pleased that they both won. Even though I favor GH, I felt that DAYS should have won for best soap, that soap is pretty consistent. As for Bryan, I was surprised that he was nominated only because for me last year, he was very raw and hadn’t had a handle on Morgan, not until he got paired up with Ava, did I see him evolve. Bryan’s scenes with Maurice and Maura has only made his acting much richer. I didn’t think it was Bryan’s year to win, though he has done some exceptional work, he’s now in a place as an actor where he’s really growing, he’ll definitely be nominated next year…he’s one to watch. And, I too am looking forward to Billy Miller coming to GH, I hope the rumors will be officially confirmed soon. In closing, I don’t know what GH did or didn’t do to piss off the academy, the omission of nominations for Maura West, Tyler Christopher and Kelly Thiebaud was a complete shocker. Congrats to the nominations for OLTL, and I had hoped Younger Actress would have been awarded to the versatile Kelley Missal. Next year, I expect GH to kick some soap opera butt!

    • CHH

      June 23, 2014 at 7:18 pm

      The Academy has obviously got a personal grudge against General Hospital. When they nominate a cancelled soap OLTL over the best soap on TV something is really wrong and I watch DAYS & Y&R. They don’t hold a candle to General Hospital.

      • code

        June 30, 2014 at 6:13 am

        Chh gh as won most emmys, but other actors on ithet show deserve to win and everbody has a encounter for taste and whay they like. I agree they should been nominated for directing and drama series

  15. Fanny

    June 23, 2014 at 6:02 am

    4 General Hospital to be so blatantly overlooked in the category of Daytime Drama, is a SLAP in
    FACE. Not to mention ignoring the superb writing team headed by RON C. The show has been
    nothing but GREAT since FRANK V. has taken over as Exec/Prod. The LOVE and CARE he’s
    Injected into it clearly shows.
    SHAME on U the Academy!!!

    • Timmm

      June 23, 2014 at 8:24 am

      Politics Fanny!

    • jonboy

      June 23, 2014 at 9:22 am

      Obviously the professionals in the business didn’t agree. Although I watch GH, when I look at the situation objectively, Jason Thompson is the only GH nominee who deserved a trophy.

    • Disappointed

      June 23, 2014 at 9:45 am

      Thank you Fanny for saying what so many of us are thinking. GH had some excellent storylines this year and some great acting. Don’t understand why they were treated so badly. I only watch GH and Y&R. If I had to give one up it would be Y&R. There are so few characters that I like on that show these days. Wish they would bring back Marie A Bell. At least the characters were likeable and she did not draw out the storylines like the current IIC.

      • 4ever DAYS

        June 24, 2014 at 11:24 am

        Maybe you’ll find room for DAYS one day.

    • carol

      June 23, 2014 at 11:17 am

      I totally agree!! Y&R is the most boring soap I’ve ever watched (and I’ve watched them all). GH has been incredible since FV and RC took over. To be shut out completely is a huge insult to an excellent show.

    • Mary SF

      June 23, 2014 at 7:20 pm

      Not sure what is behind it, but some of it has to do with perception. If you look at films, some comedies are very popular and well written, but they will never win an Oscar. GH might have audience appeal because it is entertaining, but those in the business might not translate entertain value for artistic value. GH does do a lot of camp stories, mobsters, vampires, nurse’s balls, which are fun to watch and well written, but just not the kind of writing that wins industry awards usually. But I do think this year, there was a deliberate snub for GH for reasons insiders know better than we do.

    • Marisa

      June 23, 2014 at 10:45 pm

      These awards have been fixed for years. I do not even bother watching.

  16. RichCD

    June 23, 2014 at 6:33 am

    Not to take anything away from the winners, but what stands out is the enormous slap in the face to ABC/General Hospital. First the nominations, now this. I wonder why? Yes, the show has had it’s low points, but it’s also done quite a bit right and has deservedly been given much of the credit for revitatlizing the genre. TOLN? Really?

    At the very least, Jason Thompson should’ve won.

    • jonboy

      June 23, 2014 at 9:23 am

      I still say its payback for Carlavatis unprofessional rants.

    • Disappointed

      June 23, 2014 at 9:46 am


  17. Rodd

    June 23, 2014 at 6:34 am

    I was happy for all the winners AND the nominees. I was a bit sad that the actors I wanted to win didn’t, but then I got to thinking…With only four soaps left on network TV, the field of extremely talented actors is becoming crowded. It’s not like it used to be when there were twelve and fourteen soaps on the air and the talent was all spread out. With so many very talented actors out of work, shows have a greater ability to cast the most talented, if the money is there or the talent is willing to take what might be given to a lesser known/able talent. Our soaps are an embarrassment of wonderful actors and we, the audience, are the beneficiaries. We have some actors who definitely need to grow, but by and large, each show has wonderful actors. I think it all boils down to anyone who is singled out is lucky to be called the best of the crème a la crème in daytime. Soaps rock!

  18. Derrick

    June 23, 2014 at 6:38 am

    Great night especially for Y&R. Was very happy!
    Production sucked as hell but still a great awards night!
    OLTL winning Directing was a perfect send-off!
    Congrats to DAYS in the acting category!

  19. IowaMan

    June 23, 2014 at 6:43 am

    an almost-perfect result
    way to go Davidson, Miller, & especially Massey

    • dmr

      June 23, 2014 at 8:22 am

      Absolutely! Love Eileen! Can’t wait to see Kristen back in Salem!

  20. kalamaty

    June 23, 2014 at 6:45 am

    CONGRATULATIONS to all of the winners and to the number one drama in daytime: The Young and the Restless! Funny how the MAB and Y&R haters are conveniently quiet today!

    One note: please increase the budget next year and find hosts who know what the F they are doing; the pre-show was an embarrassment to the ceremony!

    • Derrick

      June 23, 2014 at 8:39 am

      MAB & Y&R haters are quiet!
      I’m glad Y&R took most of the awards!

  21. Ces

    June 23, 2014 at 6:48 am

    I haven’t watched the Daytime Emmy’s in years because they are just horrible and I’m sure this year wasn’t any better; in fact, I heard it was a hot mess of a show and frankly Kathy Griffin grates on my every last nerve!!
    BUT …. Congratulations are in order for Eileen Davidson, Eric Martsolf (who has come a long way!!) and always Chandler Massey!
    BOO that Jason Thompson once again was not a winner. This guy is terrific!
    Also congrats to Ellen DeGeneres who is a class act on daytime!

  22. Rob

    June 23, 2014 at 6:48 am

    Im happy for the winners but the big losers were the fans, it was terrible to log on and try to watch and from what Iread the red carpet was a sh*t show.

    At this point, dont even bother if its not going to air on television, OR how about rotating it around the three networks and airing it in daytime. CBS had no problems advertising how many emmys they were up for but couldnt air the actual awards show?!?!?!

    Lets face it too, if Y&R wins best show and best writing these awards are not based on merit. I cant complain about the acting awards, especially Amelia Heinle who I think has been underrated for years.

    • jonboy

      June 23, 2014 at 9:34 am

      You missed nothing on the red carpet….unless you enjoy train wrecks. All those women should be out of a job today.

      • Lisa Marie

        June 23, 2014 at 7:58 pm

        The streaming wasn’t the issue for me. It was the low class red carpet hosts and excessive swearing that bothered me. There are many qualified individuals out there who truly love this genre and would willingly and professionally take on those hosting roles and write appropriately for a prompter. So it may not air on network television again, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be classy. I hope TPTB at NATAS seek out those who really respect daytime for next year’s event.

      • MBmomof3

        June 24, 2014 at 9:19 am

        Those “ladies” doing the red carpet were disgusting not just in their behavior and language, but the fact that they clearly knew NOTHING about the shows or the cast! What an insult to the viewers, but also to the industry as a whole. I guess NATAS got the “buzz” they wanted because everyone is talking. Nasty and pathetic IMO.

  23. Steven

    June 23, 2014 at 7:46 am

    I’m happy for all the winners! – Eileen Davidson was the most deserved win of all of them!

  24. Mark

    June 23, 2014 at 8:13 am

    TTFW too tacky for words

  25. 4ever DAYS

    June 23, 2014 at 8:14 am

    Hot off her win for Outstang Lead Actress, Eileen Davidson will once again dazzle us as Kristen on DAYS!!! Be sure to tune in to “Days of our Lives”, the soap that made her a daytime emmy winner!!!

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:00 pm

      I take a lot of pride in knowing… it’s from DAYS and NBC that she is fully recognized… her loaded persona is full rich feasted best come on it’s me i’m here, with and DiMera

      how good is that ? LOL

      if it wasn’t for the DiMera clan… where would the noble and righteous get

      have at em Nicole
      have at em Theresa
      have at em Brady

      Kristen is back… with her turn at noble… I predict ( thank you JimH…) with child perhaps… and will turn her loaded feature with the god fearing… and burn in hell with… god forgive… it’s a show

      her machinations rivet and guns fired and re-loaded… spin treat

      • Patrick

        June 23, 2014 at 11:04 pm

        this is the only way… for her to keep on returning…with her new 2 year contract that requires her to feast at DOOL

        she stimulates on all levels…. two very diverse characters

        I, with many, cannot fathom her mindset , decisive manner… that it’s at Y&R that she loaded with

        Genoa City is dead like

        you can’t unspin that truth

        Salem’ites remain

        long live Eileen Davidson belong

        I think with… she’s doing all that

  26. dmr

    June 23, 2014 at 8:21 am

    I am so thrilled for Eileen Davidson, and that she got a standing ovation?!?! Eileen is a top-notch actress! I absolutely love her and am so happy that her hard work paid off! She deserved to win! Whoo Hoo! (On a side note, I am happy for Chandler Massey, too. I miss him. Not a fan of nu-Will)!

  27. 4ever DAYS

    June 23, 2014 at 8:26 am

    I wish I knew if the daughter of JFP congratulated mommy dearest or not!

  28. Timmm

    June 23, 2014 at 8:34 am

    Kathy Griffin was who we thought she was, classless. Sharon and Cheryl from “The Talk” were annoying, classless, and unfunny! Too many categories I could care less about. Big wigs from the morning shows won awards but dismissed being there because its a Daytime award show and its on the internet! Steve Harvey won and he wasnt there but someone from his show said how important it is because black this and black that. Boring! If it was so important to Steve and his accomplishments as a black guy, why werent you there Steve? BS! I would have FF through that crap and a lot of other crap like cooking awards! On a positive note, congrats to the Y&R girls and Michelle Stafford. They all looked stunning!

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:10 pm

      Michelle Stafford was the bomb…

      we should all know by now… when it’s breaking in a new story…. they dress down… and look haggard… then it’s spitfire… shows on.. gussied up.

      Michelle Stafford looked like a million bucks… she’s being featured

      which by any stretch of the imagination… is why I like when Olivia is featured… she’s down for the count… and she comes up smokin’

      love the women of

  29. Joel

    June 23, 2014 at 8:58 am

    The Daytime Emmys have turned into a colossal joke! The rumors that something fishy is going on behind the scenes with this nomination and winning process seems evident to me. I am, of course, speaking of the HUGE slap in the face to “General Hospital”. I think it is the most entertaining, edge of your seat, incredibly acted soap on TV. I have nothing against the other 3 shows remaining, but when GH was omitted from the Best Show, Directing, AND Writing categories, as well as Finola Hughes for Best Actress, etc as a few examples, there is something wrong. GH should have been in Best Show as a 5th nominee or in place of the online OLTL. Finola or another GH actress should have been a 5th Best Actress nominee. Leaving it at only 4 when there’s so many other awesome actresses to nominate is stupid. The procedure sucks! The pre-noms were there, but the nominations were not, and then GH is completely shut out of any wins at all! Are you kidding me??!! For those not happy with the storylines lately, you’re also entitled to your opinion, but I don’t see it. I think it had an amazing year, and I am not alone in this as I’ve seen on many social media sites. The process needs a major overhaul with very fair, non-biased people handling things behind the scenes. I did not watch this year because after the nominations came out with a slap in the face to GH, I was suspicious and had a feeling the same thing would happen at the ceremony, and sure enough… I was right!! I just looked at the winners afterwards. Disgusting in my opinion!!

    • CHH

      June 23, 2014 at 7:29 pm

      Totally Agree 100%

  30. Elite Advisors

    June 23, 2014 at 9:01 am

    Over the years, sadly soaps have always been viewed as a second class citizen, and last night was a prime example of just that. Kathy Griffen was simply embarrassing. The use of foul language at an Emmy event was just a blatant diss. These are talented hard working individuals who deserve the same fanfare as every other award show, but instead of hiring a highly respected host ..they hire KG? Absolutely disgraceful!

    I feel sorry for these actors, who work harder than any other genre in entertainment….
    its time the industry takes a good look at the way in which they choose to “HONOR” these daytime actors…I was embarrassed for them!

    Eileen Davidson is magnificent…so deserving of her award….

    One ore thing, it is so disappointing that this event is not televised. Networks run shows like that ridiculous Joan Rivers show Fashion Police with her foul rude obnoxious mouth, but The Daytime Emmys are no televised? I guess we should be grateful that Joan was not asked to host…lets not give them any ideas shall we?

    Thumbs down !

    • Mary SF

      June 23, 2014 at 7:42 pm

      I think the inferior complex daytime has is starting affect those within the industry itself. It is hard to respect a genre that doesn’t respect itself. If they valued their work perhaps they would have put on a more dignified awards show– yes it wasn’t on network therefore not subjected to standards and practices, but if they really thought well of themselves would they have allowed so many classless people run the show? For a show that had the potential to reach new audiences via the web from other countries I don’t think the show they steamed left a very good impression of America or the daytime shows being honored.

      Next year they should have it here in Canada, if they could a Canadian network to host it, I bet it can be done cheap and classy– we’re used to working on low budgets here and we are very polite— LOL.

      And as much as we all hate commercials in reality those commercial breaks give award shows a schedule to follow and time to iron out any kinks in show before coming back live– so lets hope they do find a network home next year that will honor them properly and keep everyone is line, not just for the viewers but those on stage who need someone to stop them making a fool of themselves.

      hey NATAS why not give Canada a shot at it– we can’t do it worse

  31. kia

    June 23, 2014 at 9:12 am

    I’m sorry, Eileen whose storyline was basically all about sex, sex, sex, should not have won, that honor should have gone to Heather Tom.

  32. Marry

    June 23, 2014 at 9:17 am

    I was looking forward to an “In Memoriam.” Even though Matthew Cowles passed away in 2014, I was hoping for an honorable mention.

  33. Jimmy

    June 23, 2014 at 9:20 am

    The biggest rob in my opinion was the GH was not nominated as either Outstanding Drama or Outstanding Writing… What the hell? GH has been excellent since Frank and Ron took over, and this past year Y&R has been extremely slow and boring. Yes, the Delia story was great in terms of acting, but writing? The death of a child on a soap is not worthy of “outstanding writing” IMO and I don’t think Y&R should necessarily be proud of it. This Emmy win has probably solidified JFP’s job, though, because I doubt CBS and Sony are going to fire the lady that just earned Y&R another Outstanding Drama Series trophy.

    In terms of acting awards, Eileen and Billy’s wins were spot on (though I do think Jason Thompson should win next year). Eric’s win was fine, though I would have preferred a tie and Bradford Anderson to win as well. Amelia Heinle is a good actress, but Elizabeth Hendrickson’s scenes were much better, so I think EH should have won. Happy for Hunter King, but Kelley Missal did a great job too. The biggest joke for me was younger actor… Chandler Massey again?! I really thought Bryan Craig and Chad Duell did better and deserved it more than he did.

  34. Mark

    June 23, 2014 at 9:21 am

    Hey any clues about the drunk soap starlet kathy griffin mentioned lol

  35. Tasha Jones

    June 23, 2014 at 9:23 am

    I was so excited for the daytime Emmy’s. I loved that it was going to be streamed online for the first time. It really shows the change that is upon us with streaming live tv online & for free. I think there could have been a bit more advertisement as I forgot that it was even on until I logged into

    The red carpet hosts & Kathy Griffin –

    The 4 red carpet hosts where embarrassing. They clearly did not do any homework or bring any type of etic to the show. Some of what they did was for shock value but it was unneeded for this type of show. The fans would rather get real interviews then asking dumb questions and making the guest feel ashamed to even have to answer. But most of what they did was silly and a waste of our time. It was not funny it was sad. It made the show seem like a joke and it was a slap in the face to the fans who still support and tune in everyday.

    Kathy Griffin is one of my favorite ladies. I love her realness and truthfulness and no bs type of comedy. But was she really a host or just a stand in to bring some ratings? She had one outfit the whole night which was a bit of a letdown. She only was on stage for minutes. I expected to see her in between awards, making us laugh and getting to see her work her chops on daytime. But sadly we got an opening act and then the odd pop up. Again it was a waste of what could have given the show the some comedy which it clearly needed.

    The show itself –

    I was kind of board & felt like I could have not have watched it and been ok with that. I expected more. This was a chance to really shine and bring the daytime Emmy’s into the next generation. They failed by the way the show flowed. I liked that it went by quicker than past years. But I felt left wanting more. Maybe a break in between awards with a musical act or again Kathy doing something fun. Clearly there were some glitches and parts that showed that they were in over there head and had no control of the show. But that was expected with this being the first online show. But I am hopeful that next year they were fix the missteps.

    Overall I am just thankful that we have the daytime Emmy’s. I know last year could have been our last and for that I am thankful. There was also some very good moments that I am glad I got to see. Billy Miller was one of my favorite’s wins of the night. One life to live was my favorite. But no GH wins or being included in most of the big category’s was a bit shocking and seems on purpose and not just an over sight. GH has rocked it this year and had some amazing storylines. The best writing I have seen in years and the acting on all fronts has kicked it into high gear. They deserved to be at the very least nominated for best drama.

    That is my review hoping next year will be better but still thankful we have an award show to recognize our wonderful daytime actors.

    On a side note…wtf was up with Kelly? She had to be drunk? It was not funny it just looked messy and I felt bad for her co-stars who clearly were not wanting to be up on that stage with her!

    Also…I did not understand why they included night time entertainment shows? They should be in the prime time show not the daytime show.

  36. JUDY

    June 23, 2014 at 9:28 am


  37. Patrick

    June 23, 2014 at 9:29 am

    the two standout scenes :

    watching Crystal Chappell – LOL – giddy time…. WIN for “Venice”

    she is so alluring stunning quintessential ALL woman… ps: with Hillary Bailey Smith


    seeing Chandler Massey again! yes! that inward shy smile…. you take one look at him… and your heart pulls out all the stops for our Will.

  38. jonboy

    June 23, 2014 at 9:32 am

    The red carpet was disastrous. Those tactless females had no clue who they were speaking to and their “valley girl” act was annoying as hell. Kathy Griffin emceed ok, but she still seems to mustakenly believe vulgarity is humorous. It’s not….and neither was she. Sharon Osbourne proved once again she’s a pig. Little wonder her children were a mess. And shame on Sally Jessy Raphael lookalike Jill Farren Phelps for referring to her daughter as “my f***ing daughter.”. But the show moved along, much more speedily than most award shows and was a major improvement from the couch comedy of last year. Yes, I didnt feel some of the wins were deserved but it is what it is.

  39. aria

    June 23, 2014 at 9:33 am

    its safe to say Sony bought the award show for its two shows dool, and y&r specially in every acting category. no wonder the networks wont air it, they are a joke.

  40. Patrick

    June 23, 2014 at 9:33 am

    In my Heart of Hearts : Days of OUR Lives should have won 2 years in a row

    collectively… if you put these two shows side by side….. DOOL and Y&R

    DOOL would come out on top. keeping abreast of 4 shows… is not difficult.

    a clear winner – day in and day out…. it’s Salem that resonates all the Serial recipe

  41. Engrady Pind

    June 23, 2014 at 9:34 am

    Congrats to the winners of the Daytime Emmy awards. I didn’t agree with most of them, but that is either here nor there.

    Has there ever been a big scandal on how the winners are selected?

    How many years does a show have to be off the air before they are ineligible for nomination? For what time period were these Emmies awarded?

  42. ana29rz

    June 23, 2014 at 9:36 am

    Huge Congratulations to Chandler Massey.

    First for being a superb actor on-screen. And last, but not least, for being such a classy, kind, gracious man off-screen.

    After last night, it’s even more obvious why Chandler is so sorely missed, both on and off-screen.

  43. Patrick

    June 23, 2014 at 9:45 am

    you couldn’t have asked for a better 2 pair reigning supremely

    these two ignited didn’t spare each other… acted their hearts out

    this past year… was epic ! LOL

    I don’t think we’ll see the likes of this again

    from Y&R :

    Billy Miller : Billy Abbott
    Amelia Heinle : Victoria Newman

    from DAYS :

    Eileen Davidson : Kristen DiMera
    Eric Martsolf : Brady Black

    tour de force : accolades : standing ovations : LOVE them

    LOL stunned by big win : Eric Martsolf …. kudos to him for coming along just fine and his natural effective performances daily

    I was teared up the most by this win : Laud yourself girl ! you deserved this. It’s a little time to shine with Amelia

    Billy Miller is the man

    our treat is two fold : she snagged it : with her old skool recipe for all the elements Serial is at it’s best when she’s a part of : she was glammed up beautiful Eileen

    Thank you Ms. Davidson for your contribution to

    Cheers to Chandler Massey : no argument their.

    I didn’t care for Hunter King winning…. and yes a behind the scenes does render… the more deserving Kelly Missal, Dani, OLTL should have taken home gold

    • 4ever DAYS

      June 23, 2014 at 7:32 pm

      I mentioned the backstage problems which contributed to the win for Hunter King…my comment was not allowed. I’ll try it again:

      MM allegedly grabbed Hunter King’s breasts, which resulted in Hunter King grabbing the gold!

      I don’t understand why that comment was not allowed. I did not accuse MM, I said allegedly. I did not say HK made it up for publicity…People can draw their own conclusions. What I tried to convey is…That alleged incident made headlines! It did, in fact, create buzz for HK and JFP for that matter. I’m sure some voters thought…that poor girl put up with a lot and then stood her ground.

      When her name was called and she went on stage to receive her emmy, I yelled BS when she stated she was not expecting to win! Really? Who doesn’t expect to win after constantly being talked about, especially when their viewed as being “brave”?

      • Nikki

        June 24, 2014 at 11:44 am

        Patrick and 4ever DAYS, I agree with you both. I was upset that HK won, which, as you said, more than likely had to do with publicity, because it sure as hell wasn’t talent. Whether the TMZ story that got her name out there is true or not, the point is it got her name out there. It made her, as you said 4ever, look “brave” and like a victim who “deserved” for something good to happen to her. If it happened and she truly felt violated, that’s very sad and my heart goes out to her, but that’s not what this award is SUPPOSED to be for. It’s supposed to be for TALENT, which would have been most of her competitors, not her.

  44. Mary SF

    June 23, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Actually I was a bit surprise by some of the winners, based on the reels I saw Chandler’s reel wasn’t as strong as Byran Craig’s– methinks there was a deliberate movement to shut out any GH cast member from winning.

    And I don’t think Billy Miller’s reel was as good as Peter Bergman’s, so he must have gotten it for his body of work, even though it is supposed to be judged on the reels.

    Heather Tom had the better reel, but ED was a close second– Ms Tom might of have been a victim of too many previous wins– they just couldn’t bring themselves to do it again.

    In Supporting I think any of the ladies from Y&R could have won it— so no big shock there. I guess for me the biggest shock was Eric’s win in supporting actor. I think there were so many entries about father’s losing children, it would have been difficult to pick which was performance was better, so I think they took the diplomatic route and chose the only reel not about a grieving father, which was Eric’s drug addicted rant.

    As for Y&R win for series and writing I am not surprised. JFP isn’t stupid she knows what stories win Emmy awards and that is why little DeeDee was sacrifice for this very purpose. It is the only reason they killed that character off was to have a great Emmy reel. JFP got what she wanted— and now I shudder to think of who she will have to kill this year in order to get the award again next year.

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:29 pm

      I’ll go just this bit more

      Heather Tom is not… is NOT in the same league as say :

      Erika Slezak
      David Canary
      Anthony Geary
      Kim Zimmer

      she’s certainly not a reason to tune in to B&B… she’s forgettable.. after her histrionics…

      her emmy real was obvious heightened with drab… that bun was pulled so tight and severe… she lost all ebb and flow consciousness

  45. Gerry

    June 23, 2014 at 9:57 am

    Chandler’s submission was clever and well done so it’s a shame it wasn’t shown. Plus that reel that was actually shown was a painful reminder that Chandler should’ve played out the wedding and he could’ve too had Greg Meng not fired him and replaced Chandler with one of the worst recasts in daytime history.

    Chandler’s reel is only about 3 or so minutes and in that time frame, he showcased a performance where the acting was layered, nuanced and devoid of irritating histrionics unlike his competitors especially those kids from GH. Those GH boys were hysterical drama queens in their reels.

    Good on you, Chandler!!!

  46. Chaz

    June 23, 2014 at 9:59 am

    I was pretty pleased with who won in the actor categories. I have to say I WAS surprised at Martsolft’s win. Back when I still watched Y&R I was very moved by Amelie Heinle’s performance during the Deliah story.

    Thrilled about OLTL’s win. Showed there was some respect for what they tried to do.

    Choked when Y&R won writing & drama. I haven’t watched in 6 months because the writing had gotten so bad. Will say they deserved the win for Jeanne Cooper tribute. Probably the last thing they did well.

    I wasn’t shocked or bothered by Kathy Griffen…anyone who has ever seen her knows what to expect. And, while I am no pure mouth I thought Sharon Osborne’s language was low class…pretty much as I generally feel about her anyway.

    The two women in the social media room were ok…not great but ok. However, the two dingbats on the red carpet were a joke. They either had no idea who they were interviewing, if they were nominated and the biggest eyeroll moment was when they talked to Maura West & Tyler Christopher and thought they were a couple and getting married. You could see this look on West’s face that she just thought they were ridiculous. And, could they have made more comments about the women’s breasts? It was embarrassing for all involved.

    Did like that the show moved along swiftly without commercials.

    It was a real blooper when they showed Guy Wilson in a clip while naming Chandler Massey as a nominee.

    All in all….beat the pants off the shows HLN produced.

  47. A Baptiste

    June 23, 2014 at 11:10 am

    I know the “net award show” thing is new territory, but that Red Carpet was disgraceful, the interviewers were horrendous, an article in the Washington Post notes this today, how disrespectful they were to the classy actors. Kathy Griffen’s monologue was recycled from her stand-up, I’m guilty of watching too much Bravo! I guess Mrs. Osbourne was the “mature?” one who could show the “f” word is the “new vibe,” but this is where I miss Erica Slezak’s presence…and I used to think she was stuffy. And lastly, to trash Susan Lucci, next year, Kathy Griffen should be banned altogether. Thank God all the winners have professional yes,class, and bless them all. Let this be a glitch and let the soaps have a resurgeance.

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:37 pm

      all the actors who reeled nonplussed had every right

      it was evident

      the “hosts” did not know their craft… and history of

      if this is on line again : i’d feature fans interviewing… MF … and knowing the requisite APB that it’s a freeing experience to render your character… feature aplomb… do it.. have at it… be their… it’s your take… on line feature is not just soul take but mindset behavior real

      you said it perfectly A Baptiste : Ms. Osborne was merely telling .. this is the “new” vibe

    • A Baptiste

      June 24, 2014 at 12:07 pm

      My typo: “Thank God all the actors have professional DEMEANOR, yes, class…” People forget these Daytime Drama pros got there for many top-notch reasons and should be respected for that.

  48. Mika

    June 23, 2014 at 11:15 am

    I used to watch and even care, but this year the blatent disregard of GH left me feeling it is all bogus.

  49. Sam

    June 23, 2014 at 11:20 am

    Ok, I don’t usually leave comments but I had to for this, doesn’t anyone else think that it’s a little weird that no one from GH won and the show was completely ignored even though it was the shows 50th anniversary year? Has the show been perfect, no. But it has been good enough to recieve at least a nomination. No other show is able to create the buzz that GH does, and to completely ignore them seems odd to me.

  50. Nikki

    June 23, 2014 at 11:49 am

    I didn’t watch the ceremony this year because I believed many of the nominees were a joke and I also am not a fan of watching shows online.

    When I saw the winners list, I was happy with my decision not to watch.

    Let me first start by saying, I’m very happy that Billy Miller and Eileen Davidson won. Very deserved on both their parts. I was also happy for Eric because, while I was rooting for Bradford Anderson who did some of his best work ever in 2013 and in his reel, I am also a fan of Eric’s and believe he’s come a long way since his Passions days.

    However, Ameila Heinle? Are you kidding? Over Jane Elliot, Elizabeth Hendrickson, and Melissa Claire Egan? Is she a bad actress? No. But was she stronger than the others? Absolutely not. I shouldn’t be surprised because the Supporting Actress category is usually a disaster (remember when Nancy Lee Grahn won over Rebecca Herbst’s outstanding work with Jake’s death?), but it’s still shocking. Jane Elliot had the strongest reel, in my opinion, displaying controlled range and delivering beautifully written dialogue. She was robbed.

    Chandler Massey, who I was a big fan of, I’m sorry, but he did not have the strongest reel this year. It’s getting to the point where all of these “three peats” that keep happening just look lazy on the voters’ part. It’s like “Let’s just give it to the kid that won last year instead of who had the best work.”

    Hunter King winning over Kelley Missal was a travesty. I’m sorry, I have nothing personal against Ms. King, I’m sure she’s a lovely girl, but she is NOT a good actress. It’s painful to watch her try and squeeze out tears while looking constipated and her voice is grating. Most of her work consists of stronger actors like Michelle Stafford, Peter Bergman, or Joshua Morrow doing the heavy lifting while she sniffles. Hell, even Linsey Godfrey’s reel was more deserving and hers’ was for COMEDY.

    Y&R winning is, frankly, disgusting. Ever since Jill Farren Phelps and her hack writers jumped on board, the show went from bad to rock bottom. But, now they have that “all important” Emmy, so despite the dwindling ratings and losing their spot in the key demos, CBS will keep them on board.

    • 4ever DAYS

      June 23, 2014 at 7:43 pm

      They won because of the backstage drama.

      • Nikki

        June 24, 2014 at 11:40 am

        That’s what I assumed happened with Chandler Massey and Hunter King. Chandler Massey because this was his last chance to win and people probably felt bad that he was “fired” and Hunter King’s name was plastered all over entertainment shows and blogs thanks to TMZ and there’s no such thing as bad publicity.

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:42 pm

      it was pretty clear to me that Billy Miller and Eileen Davidson were going to win

      the supporting characters were far telling

      the competition was loaded stiff and far reaching

      supporting actor male:

      Bradford Anderson
      Dominic Zamprogna
      Eric Martsolf

      how loaded is this act… wow

      best supporting actress

      Jane Elliott
      Elizabeth Hendrickson
      Amelia Heinle

      too close for words

      I was shocked and celebrating Amelia and Eric… “thank you”

    • jaybird369

      July 1, 2014 at 12:02 am

      Nikki…more and more, you are a chick after my own heart!!!!! Girlfriend…you TRULY ROCK!!!!! Anyway, some thoughts and all of my own:

      1. I totally agree…Amelia Heinle SHOULD N-O-T have won. And…no disrespect towards Elizabeth Hendrickson and Melissa Claire Egan, but I really pulling for Jane Elliott to win.

      2. Nikki…you are SO PERFECTLY SPOT ON about that Hunter King. Blah. Furthermore, she SHOULD N-O-T have been nominated PERIOD!!!!! BLECH!!!!! To me, HK seems so fake and manipulative. No Thank You. As for that Summer character of hers…Summer is such AN UNWATCHABLE WASTE OF SPACE!!!!! Let me see…wanting to snivel and cry EVERY FEW SECONDS (wah wah wah), getting overly-emotional (oh, barf!!!!!) about having 2 dads (aka Jack and Nick), INSTANTLY falling in love with that DORKY IDIOT Austin (who held her Aunt Avery hostage), etc.. The (loony-filled) list goes on and on. Most of all, whenever that sniveling Summer opens up her mouth to EVEN SPEAK, it makes me wanna punch MY OWN LIGHTS OUT!!!!! Yep.
      3. Lastly, TOTALLY RIGHT ON about that horrible JFP!!!!! To me, that woman reminds me of some of my ex-boyfriends…FULL OF ENDLESS HOT AIR…LOL!!!!! As for Y&R winning (YIKES!!!!!) Outstanding Drama Series…BEYOND DISGUSTING!!!!! WHAT A C-R-O-C-K!!!!!
      4. While I’m thinking about it…quick correction: From #1 earlier in my post, it should have read ‘was really pulling for’. MY BAD!!!!!

      Nikki…take care, hon. XOXOXOXOXO

  51. karen Burrus.

    June 23, 2014 at 11:52 am

    I. Love the Y&R and all the actors on the show. I personally miss the actors who left the show fo r one reason or another, Adam and Billy in particular and of course Jean Cooper.

  52. su0000

    June 23, 2014 at 11:57 am

    I feel the soap world is very upset that GH was so terribly ignored..
    GH had a great year. doubled its’ viewers and as always on the boards/sites GH is always the one most talked about, GH is usually in the spotlight… It is just that good..

    I do not know what happened this year with the emmy’s but it seem CBS and or affiliates sponsored it.. IF CBS footed most the bill, and we may never know who actually sponsored the awards, but something stinks behind the curtain.. CBS pushed out ABC ….. ?
    It’s all big business and business can get dirty .. heh .. 🙂

    • su0000

      June 23, 2014 at 2:46 pm

      hmmmm gotta wonder why no GH – the Emmy committee:

      Angelica McDaniel CBS Vice President of daytime programming, Co-Chair

      John C. Fisher, Producer The Young and the Restless, Co-Chair

      and that producer of TMZ his wife…

      Kathy Griffin did not get paid, he presence was a freebie what the others got paid, not much I’d guess. .. .. None had a clue about the soaps or the stars..

      I still wonder who paid for the emmy’s – CBS/Sony/Tokyo ?

      • Marisa

        June 23, 2014 at 10:53 pm

        CBS foot the bill hence the Y&R win. I could have told you who would win months ago.

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:47 pm

      for starters… RC needs to stay off twitter it would seem

      humble himself… that GH is stellar

      that’s all the acknowledgement he needs…

      fan recall and press… and understanding ? you better believe it

      we know

      GH shouldn’t be left out
      it’s a business and recollection for is vying

      emblematic for the deserving…

  53. Alan

    June 23, 2014 at 12:17 pm

    The Y&R wins for Best Writing and Best Show prove that the voting system needs some tweaking. The serialized format invalidates voting based on one or two episodes because any show can crank out a couple of good entries not representative of the whole in a given year.

    Other than the death of Delia, can anybody name three other memorable Y&R storylines from last year…?

    • Mary SF

      June 23, 2014 at 3:50 pm

      But that was the point of Delia’s death– to win them an Emmy– the Emmy panels don’t watch the show day in and day out, they can only judge the reel they are given, and what JFP gave them was exactly what she knew would get her the gold, which is why they killed that character off in the first place. JFP is many things, but stupid isn’t one of them, so knows how to package the tiny gems they did produce in a year and market they in a great reel—- Emmy wins have nothing to do with how good a show is, just how good the reel is.

      • Nikki

        June 24, 2014 at 11:37 am

        Excellent point, Mary SF. It just shows that JFP cares more about gold paperweights than about entertaining fans and creating an overall good show. It’s very sad and it is why I quit watching.

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 9:25 pm

      Kudos ! Thank You, Alan.

      exactly my sentiments

      one story…. does not make a full 365 day / year product

      I’m sorry GH wasn’t nominated for best Serial

      be that as it may….

      on DAYS : the whole year enervated… audience alike… save for the overbook Daniel and Jenn… 2 mere actors…. that’s about all that hinders the show of shows

      on Y&R : you had one…. o n e … 1 story line… that catapulted the days of ole… that ignited why Genoa City was the place to be…..

      those days are bygone

      I’m in Salem because it belongs in a top tier level excellence

  54. wolfsmistress

    June 23, 2014 at 12:41 pm

    While I didn’t watch the online show, I’ve heard an awful lot about it, especially the horrible red carpet “hosts” (they were called the “red carpet hos” on one soap web site!) and their antics, including talking about raping one male soap star they were interviewing and saying something derogatory in regard to “black people?” I’m not clear on that one, but so far, it’s been nothing BUT bad! Not to mention they didn’t know a THING about any of the soaps or the stars! Someone kept calling Heather Tom “Jane.” Seriously? Jane? After all the years that woman’s been in television? Please…

    As for the show itself, I’ve heard that there was a lot of complaints (mainly from fans and viewers, as well as some stars) about the cursing that Kathy Griffin did, and that when she interrupted Jill Farren Phelps with a curse-laden “wrap it up and get off the stage” kind of suggestion when Phelps was accepting the final award of the night, Phelps was thrown by Griffin’s use of the f-word in whatever she had said to Phelps and Phelps replied that she wanted to thank her f-ing daughter, which she realized afterward she had done during her post-Emmy win interview (and I believe apologized for doing).

    If I was flustered about a win, didn’t have a speech prepared and then, when doing an impromptu speech onstage, I, too, would probably be thrown by a curse-riddled, big-mouthed broad telling me “Oh Jesus Christ. Oh for God’s sake with your pride of ownership. Wrap it up, lady! Wrap it up. I get it. You’re young and you’re restless. You won! If you name your f—ing dog, I swear to God…,” speech and I might slip with an f-bomb myself.

    BTW, the above IS exactly what was said to Phelps by Griffen when told to “wrap it up” in the middle of her speech. No one knows why Griffin did it; she just did.

    • Nikki

      June 24, 2014 at 11:35 am

      I did not watch the show, but I Youtubed that clip of Jill Farren Phelps and Kathy Griffin as soon as I could.

      I absolutely loved that Kathy did that. I find it very intuitive of her that she met JFP that night and already wanted to tell her to shut up, like most soap fans have for years. It was nice to see JFP get smacked around like she smacks fans around by ruining our shows. Y&R, and her, did not deserve that award, so why does she deserve to yammer on and on?

  55. Patrick

    June 23, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    TWO cute for words – ooh la LA

    Casey Moss : Yum ! in that creme colored white shirt and jacket : feast for the eyes

    Kate Mansi : Sexy daring low plunging bodice

    Days of OUR Lives !

  56. Patrick

    June 23, 2014 at 1:46 pm

    DAYS of OUR Lives : sidebar : stat : feature : Marquee

    “Whats wrong with women in this town” Eve to Daniel. she’s going to sing…. I hope this gives us some show with Eve singing and JJ guitar

    Alison Sweeney : this is my BIG “herald” : it’s epic classic stunning STIR as she can
    Sami’ STAR Turn to do what a DiMera would do. her time to chess piece Salem… it’s such a nice salute to her turn to be

    I applaud you Ms. Sweeney all the way till the lights go dim on that black day you leave

    this is tour de force feature for Audience feast! let alone the aplomb tryst with Kate !

    it’s magical what the writers are delivering


    I just hope that Daniel isn’t any more than just Eve doctor…. PUHLEASE : for the love of God


    I love Bev and her new friend are stirring up summer trouble… she’s so spot on


    it may be so drawn out… but isn’t our lady Marlena just giving in spades all the drama unfold…. with Eric Sami, Nicole… and every one else… she’s just sizzling


    I am riveted by Ari Zucker’ Nicole : take after take : real for reel : thank you

    the playout for show…. food fight with Sami, Kate, Abs, and EJ was epic


    SONY – NBC – DOOL : please give us more Kayla and Hope with Aiden

    please feature Eve with Justin and Adrienne

    i’ts going to be a “Long Hot Summer”

    DAYS time

    • Patrick

      June 24, 2014 at 1:49 pm

      I am gobsmacked : over the moon

      on how much chemistry and FUN : Eve and Paige are

      Kassie DePaiva looks FANtastic!

      yes ! more fan pull for DOOL

      I love how she told her daughter… I’m home for good…. we are set for life… LOL
      i am wondering how the delish Eve is going to pull this one off. I had hoped that Eve and Theresa would bond and give Theresa a friend…. that’s ok… because these are two fine actors

      Brady has a tendency to jump the gun… but his telling Theresa he “trusts” her completely…

      was beautiful to see Theresa get some respect… even if she has ulterior motives

      back to Eve: at least she won’t be the one, as of yet, taking any blame… if they MUST : sigh: pit Daniel, Jenn, and Eve… together…. ???? !!!! WHY ?!

      it was funny to see Hope and Jenn discussing Eve past. even I didn’t know Eve was once married to Jack… this ups the ante quotient… but… to see Daniel and Jenn hog all the air time… WHY ?!

      LOL : just watching JJ check out Eve… as she answered paige’ door

      welcome to DAYS Kassie DePaiva

      • Patrick

        June 24, 2014 at 1:52 pm

        PS : finally!

        Aiden and Hope are going on their FIRST date

        sure wish Kayla was involved

  57. Omar

    June 23, 2014 at 1:48 pm

    I am glad we got a Emmy show..It was great not having commercials and it was fast..That said, It was so terribly produced and it was tough to watch the presenters not having a clue if the winners were there or not..Kathy Griffin was TERRIBLE..

    As for the awards, I disagree with Massey, Y&R’s Best show, Miller winning.

    Everyone else deserved their award in my opinion..I was especially clapping when OLTL won for Best Directing.

    It sucks that GH got snubbed in the nominations or awards..I think it was penalized because of Prospect Park lawsuit against ABC..Jason Thompson WILL get his Emmy soon, just like Amelia Heinle did, who has been overlooked for many years..Suprise she won in this tough category, but very happy for her!!

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:54 pm

      i wanted Amelia Heinle to win… and had not watched the emmy reels

      after watching… I gave due process that Elizabeth Hendrickson should win

      Jane Elliott.. is preserved… with Anthony Geary… out of the closet and in to the mix

      I laud Jane and Anthony… but that’s it… to support this genre with newbies and relative newcomers… step aside… listen Heather Tom… honestly.. you were embarrassing

      ps: I knew DAYS wasn’t going to win best serial… when Y&R won “creative” best writing…


      soap box…. 1 story does not make a show…

      would fan vote for just best serial… mean more

  58. Ray

    June 23, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    I enjoyed watching the show online more than I expected. I thought the pace was good. With the show not being on television, it seemed it could have taken more liberties at being cutting edge. I know it is an acting awards show, but it would have been great to see some skits from some of the actors, notably, Eric Martsolf interacting with another actress on another show in a comedy skit, or seeing Steve Burton and his music group singing.

    I was thrilled with the winners, especially Eric and Eileen. I would have liked to have seen more of the bigger names on stage in one form or another, notably Maura West, Ari Zucker, Kristian Alfonso.

    The girls who did the pre-show were HORRIBLE. I felt like they were a bunch of 18 year-old high school seniors meeting a celebrity for the first time. Why not ask Linda Dano and Lauren Koslow to do the red carpet?

    Why did the show not do a salute to the members of the daytime community we have lost this past year and acknowledge any of the legends in the audience? Deidra Hall, Jane Elliott, Melody Thomas Scott? Shouldn’t the show have done some form of tribute to Susan Flannery for her contribution to daytime? Just a few thoughts.

    Next year, if the show is not going to be televised, do not have a host. Show more of the daytime stars and have the announcer introduce them as they walk on stage.

    For the people who didn’t watch it, don’t complain about it. You are one of the the reasons it is no longer televised.

    • Patrick

      June 23, 2014 at 11:58 pm

      “… it seemed it could have taken more liberties at being cutting edge.”

      i hope this for next year

      soapbox.. one up… laud… stand up… take liberties… be their … it’s on… your show goes

      celebrate being a part of and most exciting… daytime and serial

      I will not stop at respecting how beautiful it is to encompass this genre

  59. davlestev1

    June 23, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    I watched the Emmys and i have to say i was less than impressed with the entire show. While it moved quickly the acceptance speeches were a huge bore and only a couple of people were cut off unceremoniously and rather nastily by the host and a host of others. So here’s what i got out of the night. The red carpet with those two loud mouthed and snarky girls was quite unbearable. The brunette was doing her best to channel Kathy Griffin and it didn’t work. You got just what was expected from Kathy Griffin as a foul mouthed host who had no reason on earth to bring up Sarah Michelle Gellar and Susan Lucci’s supposed feud. No reason at all. Kelly Monaco was a drunken hot mess and Michael Easton and Michelle Stafford (her co-presenters) were quite uncomfortable up on that stage. But the highlight of the night was visibly shaking and rambling Jill Farren Phelps. The writing is on the wall for her and she proved it on stage last night. She not only dumped the emmy on the ground next to her, she blatantly let it be known right off the bat that Sony is not at all happy with her now. That goes for Les Moonves head of CBS who is finally waking up to the aroma of a burning pot of coffee. The funniest moment was when they showed a clip of NuWill from DAYS and presented the emmy to old WILL Chandler Massey who promptly laughed it off and said he doesn’t even remember that scene…cuz he wasn’t in it. LOL. Whatever that fan fave thing was must have gotten dumped or I just dozed off for a moment during the presentation. That being said I have to say it was a bit disconcerting to have no ad breaks and have this entire ceremony run on like one long dolly shot through a one story building with endless connecting rooms. Here’s hoping next year will be a show of lessons learned and no more undeserving people win emmys over year long powerhouse performances. I must say my mouthed dropped at a couple of undeservings.

    • davlestev1

      June 23, 2014 at 2:59 pm

      The best had to be the very end though. Kathy Griffin mean mugging Jill Farren Phelps and telling her to just stop thanking everybody and her dog and get off the stage. LMAO till it turned a bit nasty. Kathy: are you gonna thank your F*ing dog?? Jill: I was about to thank my F*ing daughter. The audience: WOAHHH!!

      • Patrick

        June 23, 2014 at 10:19 pm

        I’m pretty sure that was the first time i’ve seen JFP …
        so I paid attention…. as she and her team players were lauded best serial

        which i dont’ agree

        first impressions : she looked like a it’s her way or the highway… gunny sack slip covered woman. I didn’t get from her speech…. that she gave one iota or cahoots about intellect and knowing the genre “as well” as she does. she certainly didn’t celebrate like she was responsible for all that… winning best serial…. her verbage… was not believing in her responsibility for the genre… when she told someone… hold this… the emmy…. and started right in with Kathy Griffin… profanity with…. and just lacked the charisma and vitality… that is needed for how passionate this industry needs and the Serial genre relates their hardcore audience.

        I LOL with fans…. as Kathy Griffin ushered her off … and quieted her : the shows over


        i don’t know… I really liked that there were no commercials… altho… I know thats our bread and butter… for this genre…

        but… I thought perhaps the stars in attendance… werent’ sure.. about what is capable and how much to voice… they needed to feature OLTL and AMC stars for that

        do I think Sharon Osbourne was far reaching in her f word… I think she was trying to liven up the production… and show it was OK to go their…. she even bested Kathy Griffen… which was not as hard driven or all out “D” List…. she was barely on…. her best part LOL was in lambasting JFP…

        it’s a first for me to put a face to the infamous JFP…

        she repeated herself… twice… in stating that it’s all in the writing…

        and they did pull out all the stops in the Dehlia story…. thereafter… Y&R is forgettable

        my favorite part is always showcasing featuring and panning the stars for fan relish.

        I’m certain next year will be on line… and hope they feature more star interviews with … whomever wants to be on… to give back to the fans

        JFP did not render any recourse… she’s ruining #1 and Genoa City presence

      • davlestev1

        June 25, 2014 at 2:29 am

        @Patrick trying to watch #UFC and respond at the same time. LMAO…How you’ve never seen Jill Farren Phelps is beyond me. After following Douglass Marland (R.I.P.) and Pat Falken Smith all over the place through SoapDigest without the internet..I wanted to know once online who these writers were and put face to madness. That woman has always looked one rock short of a PILE!! What you failed to notice in her speech and can go back and view is how she blatantly blanked SONY. Why??? Because when it comes to numbers and CBS, fans actually do matter. The #FOJ at Sony are distancing themselves from the havoc she has wrought in order to keep their own jobs. The CBS COO or CEO Julie Chen’s husband (#BB 16..this week…WOO HOO) Les is now aware of the dramatic drop in viewership and THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL…and not from her stilted pen. She wasn’t confident and she showed that truth. That’s why that Emmy went to the floor. She’ll be gone by September or the end of the year at best. I SAID IT HERE FIRST!!!!! LOL. As for the stars I think a lot of them were glad a ceremony took place but not at all happy of the non televised coverage…and I don’t blame them. Talk about the red headed step child that is daytime and soaps in general. A genre that buttered both sides of the television media’s bread. What a disgusting level to allow this medium to sink to. They were embarrassed but there. And Sharon Osbourne’s whole thinking is that Brits can swear and say what they want on TV so Americans should be able to also. HELLO @LADIES OF LONDON you’re women are MUCH more crass than ours!!! This needs to go back to TV and if TVGN is the only network that will broadcast this ceremony so be it. It would have been a regular emmy show put together for a normal audience that would have made you run for a cocktail or cup of coffee to keep watching and we would all have been so much more happier and snarkier in our postings.

  60. Rachel

    June 23, 2014 at 2:49 pm

    I can’t comment on who won as I only watch GH, but I will comment on the show. The red carpet was pathetic. I have no idea who the attractive long haired brunette was, but she was completely inappropriate. (racial, rape, and addiction “jokes”). I’m not a fan of Kathy Griffin, but her performance was tolerable.
    I usually like Sharon Osborne; however sometimes she goes too far and last night fell into that category. Why she felt it necessary to use the F word with such frequency is beyond my comprehension. Its an award show, it deserves some level of formality. Not to mention that there are very young actors who work on many of these shows. She needs to display a bit more class. (I’m guessing she would have behaved differently if Julie Chen and husband had been in attendance.)

  61. Dan

    June 23, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    I should have stuck to my original plans not to watch the show. Didn’t feel like supporting them after the way GH was so blatantly snubbed and disrespected in the Best Show category. But I decided to check it out anyway, and my god, what a train wreck it was.

    First of all, the producers should be embarrassed at that disgrace of a pre-show. The hosts had no idea who most of the soap actors were, they told offensive and off color jokes, the language was more suited for a pub at 1am. It was total amateur hour. I was embarrassed to actually be wasting my time on a Sunday night watching it.

    If there is an Emmys next year, how about hiring some people that actually know something about soaps to host the pre-show, like well respected soap journalists such as our own Michael Fairman, and people like Carolyn Hinsey from Soap Opera Digest, and Dan J. Kroll from Soap Central.

    There was no order to the awards show itself, they let the winners ramble on and on forever, especially that woman from Entertainment Tonight, who I think enjoyed a few too many of the free bottles of champagne at the tables. Wrong music being played, wrong clips being shown, the whole show was a disjointed mess.

    I’m not gonna disrespect any of the winners, and make judgments on who deserved it, or who didn’t deserve it, cause I don’t watch their shows. I do congratulate all the winners. But as a GH fan, it was bad enough the show was snubbed for a nomination in the Best Drama category, but then for none of the GH acting nominees to win in any category, I will just say it was very disappointing.

    • Nikki

      June 24, 2014 at 11:31 am

      Dan, I concur with you 100%. I did NOT watch the show, especially with the lack of General Hospital nominations, but was incredibly disappointed that the few awards they were up for did not win any.

      I watched Y&R last year and I can tell you, with absolute certainty, it should not have won Best Drama. It came no where near the quality of GH last year, or DOOL. It’s so disappointing.

  62. Bart

    June 23, 2014 at 3:47 pm

    So happy that Billy Miller won!! YOU ARE MISSED ON “Y & R”, BILLY – PLEASE COME BACK!!!

  63. Tony Polar

    June 23, 2014 at 4:12 pm

    It’s nice that One Life to Live won something.
    Now if only the show were available to view.

  64. Rj

    June 23, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    So glad to hear that Eric and Eileen won! Both deserved it!

  65. Johnny

    June 23, 2014 at 7:56 pm

    I love that Eileen won but could have loved it up if Arianne won! She will one day! Um…and Eric and Amelia I just say YAY!!!!!! Two of the most under rated performers in soaps.

  66. Doreen

    June 23, 2014 at 8:20 pm

    Billy Miller should return to his role in Y&R. The “new” Billy is so extreme in all his reactions and attitudes he seems quite like a fake. The role will never be fit for anyone but Billy Miller. The proof: his recent Emmy Award!

  67. MBmomof3

    June 24, 2014 at 10:00 am

    Congrats to all the winners & nominees. I watch all 4 soaps (I finally broke down and started taping B&B recently with the return of Sean Kanan as Deacon Sharpe) and the only winner I have to say I totally disagree with is Y&R for best drama and best writing. I’ve watched this show for 10 years and the past year or so it has been in a terrible state of poor writing and production. JMO. I hope these accolades don’t further justify turning this once powerhouse drama into its current state; a mere shell of its former self.

    My only other complaint is that daytime dramas have, to me, the hardest working, and frankly, most attractive talent in the entertainment industry. I’m sorry, but I think they deserve better than this year’s Daytime Emmy production. It was abysmal and I’m embarrassed for them. Next year their networks and sponsors need to show some support and put on a real show. I hope all of the stars who were present enjoyed the night. Maybe it just appeared very awkward from my perspective as a longtime fan.

  68. DivaTease Peapod

    June 24, 2014 at 2:16 pm


  69. Barbara

    June 24, 2014 at 9:07 pm

    So glad Y&R won. I have been watching it for a very, very long time. Congrats to Billy Miller, Amelia Heinle, Hunter KIng, & Eileen Davidson Also congratulations to all the other winners.

  70. John

    June 25, 2014 at 10:05 am

    To all of the people who made it impossible for Billy Miller to stay at Y&R, (you all know who and why) BIG mistake!!! Beat thing you can do is get him back!!!!

    • John

      June 25, 2014 at 10:07 am

      Best thing, not beat thing. Big fingers on tiny screen.

  71. Charles B

    June 26, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Never liked Jill Farren Phelps (referring to her daughter in such a demeaning way on TV) since she was behind the demise of Maureen Bauer on GL in the early 1990s. Glad to see her shining moment with Y&R extinguished by the nasty Kathy Griffin. Griffin and Osbourne brought a respectable event like the Emmys to a new low. Change the name of Osbourne’s show to Trash Talk and you will be on target. Good send-off for Katie Couric. GH was the best soap so Y&R should consider that win a steal. Otherwise, I would have selected Days. Eric and Eileen were great selections. Massey is overrated as the Emmy’s wanted to advance their agenda with a Days kiss that did not even feature the nominated star. Bryan Craig had the best scenes. And Jason Thompson was robbed too. Daytime actors deserve a first class show and this stream event was not even close. And put Michael Fairman on the red carpet next year please.

  72. Izabel

    June 28, 2014 at 9:00 am

    Go Y&R. Always been a fan and they’ve had quite the year of changes but happy they came out on top… As for the awards ceremony? DID NOT APPRECIATE the mediocer setting and tone, looked like the home video of someone’s wedding lol… And KAREN OSBOURNE & KATHY GRIFFIN ARE GROSS YOUR NOT FUNNY BY RESORTING TO F THIS every 2 seconds.. Those women can learn some class from the soap ladies. And what was JFP WEARING??? Looked like a potatoe sack I’m sry, but hope she has a good year planned for Y&R!

  73. Sherry

    July 29, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    Billy is a huge lose for y&r they should never have let him go. There is no recast for him.

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