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One-On-One Winners Press Room Video Gallery

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The 40th Annual Daytime Emmys have come and gone, and in the end it was Days of Our Lives shocking everyone winning for only the second time in the series history and their win since 1978 in the Outstanding Drama Series category in the finale of the telecast that aired for a second year on HLN!

The Bold and the Beautiful though, was the night’s big winner taking home gold for Outstanding Lead Actress winner, Heather Tom, for her portrayal of Katie Logan Spencer and her battle with post-partum depression. Emmy night marked the second year in a row for Tom that she won the Lead Actress prize. In her career, Heather has now won a total of five Daytime Emmys putting her just behind One Life to Live’s Erika Slezak (Viki) as the most decorated actress ever in the genre. B&B also picked up wins for Outstanding Directing Team, and Outstanding Writing Team headed up by the series executive producer and head writer, Brad Bell!

What would an Emmy night be without a tie! Well, there was one in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category! B&B’s Scott Clifton (Liam), who won his second straight Daytime Emmy but first in this category, tied with another previous winner, The Young and the Restless, Billy Miller (Billy Abbott)! And Miller’s cast mate, Doug Davidson finally won his first Daytime Emmy in his 35 year career with Y&R in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his moving performance as Paul Williams in the submitted episode which is the aftermath of Paul shooting and “killing” his own son, Ricky.

Days of our Lives Chandler Massey, took home the gold for the second year in a row for the Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series for Will’s coming out story, and Kristen Alderson, in her first Daytime Emmy nomination ever, won for her performance as Starr Manning for a poignant performance in an episode of General Hospital! And speaking of General Hospital, another previous winner, the recently exited Julie Marie Berman took home another piece of hardware for her mantel for her portrayal of Lulu Falconeri Spencer in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category.

On-Air On-Soaps was backstage in the One-On-One Winners/Press Room area where we were able to interview and spend some private time with the night’s big recipients. We got their initial reactions to their victory, posed some questions, and shared in their jubilation just moments after their names were called and they walked away with the prestigious gold statuette. Check our chats and special moments with newly crowned 40th annual Daytime Emmy winners: Kristen Alderson, Billy Miller, Chandler Massey, Doug Davidson, Heather Tom, Julie Marie Berman, Scott Clifton, Brad Bell and the B&B Writing Team, and Michael Stitch and the B&B Directing Team. Plus, we had the opportunity to talk to other big daytime winners of the evening including: Dr. Mehmet Oz, Ben Bailey, Mike Richards and the producing team from The Price is Right, and finally, the one and one only George Lucas who won his first Daytime Emmy in his long and decorated career.

Check out our video and photo galleries with the big winners of the 40th Annual Daytime backstage! NOTE: To see all the video and photos in their respective galleries, hit the NEXT GROUP icon to the right of the + sign in the gallery, or you can select clips and videos via the slideshow.

Below is this year’s honor roll and complete list of winners from both the Creative Arts Emmys and the 40th annual live Emmy Telecast. Congratulations to all!

Outstanding Drama Series

Days of our Lives

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Heather Tom – The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Doug Davidson – The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Julie Marie Berman – General Hospital

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (TIE)

Scott Clifton – The Bold and the Beautiful

Billy Miller –The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

Kristen Alderson – General Hospital

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series

Chandler Massey, Days of our Lives

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design For a Drama Series

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series

Judy Blye Wilson, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design For A Drama Series

Danielle King, Costume Designer, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling For A Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction For A Drama Series (TIE)

The Bold and the Beautiful

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Achievement in Live & Direct To Tape Sound Mixing For A Drama Series

Day of our Lives

Outstanding Achievement in Make-Up For A Drama Series

The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Achievement In Multiple Camera Editing For A Drama Series (TIE)

General Hospital

One Life to Live

Outstanding Achievement In Music Direction And Composition For A Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Achievement in Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control For A Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Original Song For A Drama Series

“Only Love Goes On Forever” – The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Stunt Coordination

Days of our Lives

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As the World Turns Alum Marnie Schulenburg Passes Away at 37

Heartbreaking news to report.  As the World Turns alum, Marnie Schulenburg, has died at the young age of 37-years-old.

Schulenburg had been battling stage 4 metastatic breast cancer since 2020.

Soap fans remember her portrayals as Alison Stewart on As the World Turns from 2007-2010 and  as Jo Sullivan on Prospect Park’s reboot of One Life to Live in 2013.

According to Soap Opera Digest, Marnie passed away a few days shy of her 38th birthday.

The Flux Theatre Ensemble, in which Marnie participated and performed in shared their sorrow on Facebook noting: “We’re mourning the loss of Marnie Schulenburg, a beloved member of Flux’s family and an extraordinary actor who performed in and helped develop so many Flux shows, including MARIAN, HEARTS LIKE FISTS, PRETTY THEFT, and ANGEL EATERS. We love you so much, and we will miss you always.”

Marnie is survived by husband Zack Robidas and daughter, Coda, who is just two-years-old.

We will continue to update this story as remembrances are posted in Marnie’s honor.

Share you condolences to Marnie’s family and your thoughts in the comment section below.

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ATWT Alum Alexandra Chando Cast in NBC Pilot Based on Dutch Show ‘Adam & Eva’

In casting news, Alexandra Chando (Ex-Maddie, As the World Turns) had been tapped to play one of the leading roles in the upcoming untiled NBC pilot based on the Dutch series, Adam & Eva.

Chando will be joined by Younger star, Ben Rappaport as the epicenter of the proposed series.

The log lines share that the project is both funny and heartfelt and will chronicle the epic love and lives of two complete strangers, Adam (Rappaport) and Eva (Chando), whose multiple run-ins begin to defy coincidence, leading both to believe in fate.

According to Deadline, Alexandra’s role of Eva is said to be an aspiring artist and force of nature whose relationship and views on fate are put to the test when she meets Adam.

Alexandra commented on social media:Immensely excited and grateful to be apart of this incredible show.”

As the World Turns fans will remember Chando received a Daytime Emmy nomination for her performances back in 2007 and she was previously seen in The Lying Game and Sneaky Pete.

So, intrigued on the proposed series featuring Chando? Comment below.

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Julianne Moore Pays Tribute to ATWT’s Kathryn Hays: “I Am in Indebted to Her and So Saddened by Her Loss”

The soap world has been in mourning since last Friday with the news of the passing of As the World Turns icon, Kathryn Hays (Kim Hughes).  The beloved actress passed away a few weeks ago at the age of 87.

Now, Hays former on-screen stepdaughter and niece, Oscar winner, Julianne Moore (Ex-Frannie/Sabrina Hughes) took to Instagram over the weekend to share her heartfelt remembrance and grief of working with Hays early in her acting career on ATWT.

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Moore shared: “The beautiful and gracious Kathryn Hays has passed away. I worked with Kathryn on As the World Turns at the beginning of my career and she treated me with such kindness and generosity, and demonstrated in her every action how to be professional on a set. I am indebted to her and so saddened by her loss. My thoughts are with her family – she spoke to me so often of her daughter. I hope they know what a profound influence Kathryn had on me, and so many others. RIP Kathryn ❤️❤️❤️ ”

Julianne had played twins Frannie and Sabrina from 1985-1988 and then returned to the CBS soap opera one final time in 2010 before ATWT made its final farewell.

What do you think of the kind words Moore shared on her thoughts on the passing of Kathryn Hays? Do you remember Julianne in scenes with Kathryn on ATWT, if so, what were some of your favorites? Comment below.

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