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Watch 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Supporting Actor Nominee Performances – Who Should Win?

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Today HLNTV.com posted their next nominated performance category reels for the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards to be broadcast live on HLN on June 16th!

Now you can see what the blue-ribbon panel voted on in scenes from the selected episode submitted by Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series nominees: Jeff Branson and Billy Miller of The Young and the Restless, Bradford Anderson of General Hospital, and Scott Clifton of The Bold and the Beautiful.

Watch their work after the jump and then let us know which performance do you think should win the gold next month?

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Rob
Rob

Killer Miller.

Ces
Ces

Love Bradford Anderson!

jimh
jimh

The Spin man is my favorite to win here! Loving gh this week!

Ces
Ces

me too!

Blake
Blake

Jeff Branson

Julia
Julia

Always Billy Miller. Such a phenomenal actor who does comedy to perfection!

Mary
Mary

Billy Miller

RICKIE
RICKIE

All outstanding reels. It’s a toss-up between Anderson, Clifton & Miller (sorry, Jeff Branson). Anderson goes the distance with his stern yet soft-spoken Spinelli; Clifton’s scene with Don Diamont was dynamite; but Billy Miller’s measured, focused performance with all his scene partners in his reel was the standout. (Amazing how many Y&R nominees so far had the good sense to include Michelle Stafford scenes in their reels.)

Michael
Michael

Having watched all four reels, I too am going to say it is between Anderson, Clifton, and Miller. Jeff Branson’s reel was good but not good enough to outshine the other three. If I have to give the edge to someone, it’s gonna be Billy Miller, with a very slight edge over Bradford Anderson. The dark horse to pull an upset would be Scott Clifton. If Jeff Branson wins, that will be a huge upset.

mo
mo

Billy is great.

janet
janet

Billy of course. he is great, so understated, he can play hurt without tears or screaming. Scott also has certainly improved since GH. have fun voters. I really think who is in the scenes with them helps, D.Diamond and Jack forgot the actors name certainly gave them plenty to play off of. Bradford Anderson is OK now,now that Spin is speaking Normally ,but .I disliked Spin for so long I have trouble seeing him a winner.

heidi
heidi

For me there are two stand out performances… Bradford and Billy!!! Bradford and GH are my faves. Both were very good and had incredible depth and range. I am so invested in Spixie and will always be rooting for them to find their way back together again… but Spinelli had every right to those feelings about Maxie and Bradford made those scenes sing as painful as they may have been. What stands out for me with his performance compared with the others is that… he did most of the heavy lifting and I am sorry to say… did it without the strong partners performances that the other guys had. Isn’t it great that so many of these Emmy award winning performances are with Michelle Stafford. Bradford did that performance with such depth and with such quiet emotion. This has to be his year!!! Would also be happy to see Billy win… but will be hoping that Bradford gets this one!!!

All of them should be very proud of their performances and it is incredible to be nominated! I can’t wait to see who wins and I will be over the moon and probably crying with joy if Bradford gets this one!!! Spixie forever!!! Well done Bradford!!! Best of luck to all!

PatF
PatF

Billy Miller…great scenes opposite PB.

karen.c
karen.c

Bradford Anderson should win

cr
cr

Billy Miller is who ill pick, but Scott Clifton shows a lot range in is reel. This catergory was not my favorite, lot of snubs in this one.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: Chase and ‘Janelle’ Two Sides To Every Story?

On Tuesday’s episode of General Hospital, viewers were given more of the back-story between Chase (Josh Swickard) and Nelle (Chloe Lanier) told through a series of flashback from their disparate recollections.

At the PCPD, over the phone, Chase thanks his former police partner, Abby for sending the files he had on one … Janelle Benson.  As he peruses through the files and sees the image of Nelle contained within it, and a postcard from Florida, Chase flashes back to his interrogation room and meeting suspect ‘Janelle’, when he was working as an officer in Maine.  Nelle was being questioned in the drowning of her fiance’ Zack..  Chase asks why the upset ‘Janelle’ chose to vacation in Maine instead of Florida.  She says it was so Zack could put space between him and his disapproving family.  However, ‘Janelle’ does admit going kayaking was her idea.

Next, she cries that she had to make the decision to try to save Zack from drowning, but thought maybe she might die too, so she decided to save herself, and not go in after him, in what was an impossible situation to be in.  Abby questions ‘Janelle’ about Zack changing his will right before they headed off for their vacation.  ‘Janelle’ lets it firmly be known that it was all Zack’s idea to change his will.

Chase believes ‘Janelle’ is innocent, but Abby thinks Janelle is played the helpless victim card.  Chase decides to release Nelle.  Later, Chase remembers traveling to Florida, because Nelle was reportedly being harassed by Zack’s family.  When he got to Florida, he recalls staying in a motel, and was set to meet up with her at a diner.  However, ‘Janell’e surprised him while he was half-naked in a towel and the door of his room.  Next thing you know, things get hot and heavy as she seduces him.  Chase flashes to them hitting the sheets and being in the throes of passion, and promising to take care of everything for her.

Meanwhile, Nelle and Michael (Chad Duell) are talking at The Floating Rib.  Nelle admits to Michael that she has a past with Chase, and her fear of him trying to bring her down now that he is in Pot Charles.  She says that Chase would do anything to get ahead in his career.  Michael asks if Maine was truly the last time she saw Chase.  She says it wasn’t, and says he followed her to Florida.

Now, as there are two sides to every story, Nelle flashes to coming to visit Chase at his motel room; where he is only wearing a towel . In her version, she portrays Chase as the instigator.  She start to cry and tells Michael that in her gut she knew that something was off about Chase, but she felt like she was drowning inside and he was her lifeline. Nelle says Chase became obsessed with her.

Then while alone, Nelle remembers how she was able to get Chase to go out to the store and get her some water after their hot sexcapade.. Once she is all by herself, Nelle calles the police to report misconduct by an officer at the motel.  Meanwhile, Michael has headed over to the PCPD to confront Chase.

So, which version of the story of  Chase and ‘Janelle’ do you believe? It appears Nelle has done a number on Chase. What did you think of Chloe Lanier’s performance where she can go from portraying the victim in a situation, to an evil bitch, with ease?  What do you think of Josh Swickard as the PCPD’s main cop, now that Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) is on his way out of GH?  Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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GH Preview – Week of June 18, 2018

This week on General Hospital, as Carly (Laura Wright) is being drugged up with anti-psychotic meds at Ferncliff, it’s Jason (Steve Burton) to the rescue.  Carly’s bff finds a way to infiltrate the state mental institution. Meanwhile, Carly had been talking to Kevin (Jon Lindstrom), who says he will help her through her ordeal emotionally.  But is Carly really seeing Kevin, or is it just a figment of her imagination?

Elsewhere, Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) seeks out her ex Julian (William deVry) as she tries to come to terms with the root cause of her issues with the men she chooses to be in her life.  Julian, who has gotten closer to Kim (Tamara Braun), now has a chance to try to help Alexis and make up for the ways in which he hurt her.  Could this be the beginning of the patching up of Julexis, or the final straw?

Sonny (Maurice Benard) has just learned that Mike (Max Gail) moved the body buried at Croton. Where did Mike take it?  How will this have future implications?

Here are more teasers for the action coming up on  GH:

MONDAY JUNE 18

Obrecht covers her tracks.

TUESDAY JUNE 19

Nelle reflects on her past.

WEDNESDAY JUNE 20

Michael confronts Chase.

THURSDAY JUNE 21

Nina demands answers.

FRIDAY JUNE 22

Valentin’s romantic gesture back fires.

So, what story point are you looking forward to playing out this week on GH? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Breaking News

Dominic Zamprogna Confirms He Is Done At GH

Another General Hospital favorite has left the building.  After much speculation and rumors, it has been confirmed on Thursday afternoon by Dominic Zamprogna that he has left the ABC daytime drama series, and his role of nine years; that of Dante Falconeri.

In a tweet, Dominic shared: “So you’ve been asking. I feel I owe it to you awesome fans to tell you that I’ve taped my final scenes. Going to miss you all and my GH fam. Good things happening tho. More to come ..”

Zamprogna actually had taped his final scenes last month in May.

The character of Dante came on to GH, and it was revealed that he was the biological son of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and Olivia Falconeri (Lisa LoCicero).

Benard posted a touching photo from on set of himself and Zamprogna on his Instagram account stating: “Always very sad for me when great actors and great friends leave the show Dom was definitely at the top of that list was always looking forward to working with him didn’t happen enough.”

Dominic’s on-screen lady love Emme Rylan (Lulu) shared these thoughts on Twitter:  “I am utterly heartbroken to see you go but also very excited to watch what is coming next for you. I believe in you! Go get em!”

So, are you sad to hear that Dominic has left GH?  What do you think will happen to the character of Dante? Share your thoughts on his departure in the comment section below.

 

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