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UPDATED: 37th Daytime Emmy Nominations announced!

This morning on CBS”s The Early Show nominees were announced in major categories for the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Nominations.  On-Air On-Soaps has posted the complete list of all soap related categories.  This year’s ceremonies, as previously announced will be held for the first time in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Hilton, and telecast live on CBS on Sunday June 27th.

The Daytime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards which honors the craft behind many of the daytime shows will be handed out  in Los Angeles on June 25, 2010.

General Hospital led all nominees in all categories with 18, followed by The Young and the Restless with 16, As the World Turns with 13, One Life to Live with 13, The Bold and the Beautiful with 11 and Days of our Lives with 9.  Guiding Light picked up 3 nominations all in acting categories.

Here are the daytime drama nominees in all categories:

Outstanding Drama Series

All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Crystal Chappell (Guiding Light), Michelle Stafford (The Young and the Restless), Maura West (As the World Turns), Sarah Brown (General Hospital), Bobbie Eakes (All My Children)

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Peter Bergman (The Young and the Restless) Jon Linstrom (As the World Turns) Doug Davidson (The Young and the Restless), Michael Park (As the World Turns), James Scott (Days of our Lives)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Julie Pinson (As the World Turns), Bree Williamson (One Life to Live), Arianne Zuker (Days of our Lives), Carolyn Hennesy (General Hospital), Beth Chamberlin (Guiding Light)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Ricky Paull Goldin (All My Children), Jonathan Jackson (General Hospital), Bradford Anderson (General Hospital), Brian Kerwin (One Life to Live), Billy Miller (The Young and the Restless)

Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

Molly Burnett (Days of our Lives), Shelly Hennig (Days of our Lives), Marnie Schulenburg (As the World Turns), Julie Marie Berman (General Hospital), Christel Khalil (The Young and the Restless)

Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series

Drew Tyler Bell, (The Bold and the Beautiful,) Dylan Patton, (Days of our Lives), Drew Garrett, (General Hospital), Zack Conroy, (Guiding Light), Scott Clifton, (One Life to Live)

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

All My Children, As the World Turns, The Bold and the Beautiful, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, One Life to Live

Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Drama Series

As the World Turns, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, One Life to Live

Outstanding Achievement for Casting for a Drama Series

All My Children, General Hospital, Days of our Lives, One Life to Live, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design for a Drama Series

All My Children, As the World Turns,  One Life to Live, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Drama Series

All My Children, As the World Turns, The Bold and the Beautiful, the Young and the Restless

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration for a Drama Series

As the World Turns,  General Hospital,  The Bold and the Beautiful, The Young and the Restless,

Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing  Drama Series

As the World Turns, General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Young and the Restless

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

As the World Turns,  General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Young and the Restless

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

All My Children, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Direction in Music Direction and Composition for a Drama Series

General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Bold and the Beautiful, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Original Song For a Drama Series

“Captured”  Days of our Lives,  “Y.O.U”  The Bold and the Beautiful, “An Angel’s Lullaby” T he Young and the Restless

Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction for a Drama Series

All My Children, General Hospital, One Life to Live, The Young and the Restless




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So disapointing: 1) Stacy Haiduk is not nominated 2) Guiding Light at its worst was light years ahead of All My Children and The Bold and the Beautiful 3) Tina Sloane had a great year on GL and deserved a supporting actress nod 4) Drew Tyler Bell?!?!? Really? How about Mick Hazen who can actually act! 5) Bergman can thank Haiduk for his nomination What I Like: 1) Beth Chamberlin getting a nomination even though she had much better years 2)Crystal Chapelle and Mara West, love em both but I think Chapelle has the edge 3)Michael Park deserves a win… Read more »


Rob, I agree. This isn’t a true assessment of talent. When people like Christian Leblanc, peter Bergman, Adrienne Frantz, Justin torkildsen, Ron Carlivati and Brad bell are prior Emmy winners, then it’s a joke. “Actors” like Teri Columbino and have nominations, and “actors” like Farah Fath and Austin Peck get prenominations, so it’s a joke. While hunter Tylo, Kimberlin Brown, Eileen Davidson (circa Days), MTS, Victoria Rowell and Bobbie Eakes have either never been nominated or have never won Emmys, then it’s a joke. Drew Tyler bell’s nomination is a complete joke. One of B&B’s worst actors is its only… Read more »


I am happy to see that Bob Guza was not nominated for writing. I would be shocked and dissappointed if GH wins for best show. GH is a one note with no character developement and the same actors putting in the same performances day after day. I hope they can step up their game and make GH a hot show once again. Get rid of the mob stuff and leave the godfather theme behind, its so old and tired!

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I am a fan of Bobbie E’s and Krystal— BUT REALLY– leading actress??? What scenes did they submitt??? I am usually bummed with Krystal lately- as I feel like no one knows what to do with her and how to make her shine. They transformed her from trailer park momma bear to Ruth Martin– which is a HUGE disappointment.


While I’m glad that BK, BW, and SC all got nods for OLTL, I’m very PO’D that the Kish actors got snubbed by the final emmy tally!!!!!! At least all the GH nods are very much deserved this year, not so much for the AMC nods, though.


Congrats, Crystal Chappell !!! So glad she received the Emmy nod for her outstanding work on GL. Crystal is such an amazing actress and a fabulous lady. Her love and dedication to her fans is unparalleled by any other.

Thank you, CC !!! You are the true goddess of daytime television.

…and the winner is … Crystal Chappell


A well deserved nomination for Crystal Chappell. No one brings it like CC does. Not only did she hit it out of the park with her performance as Olivia Spencer on GL, she also revived our interest in daytime drama at a time when it needs it most.

Congratulations Crystal ! You are the best !


As much as I love Billy Miller, I hope Jonathan Jackson takes it because he’s gem on GH. I’m surprised he even came back. I also want Drew Garrett to win and then I want the camera to pan over to the GH crew who decided to let him go. LOL!


Love these nominations especially for Y&R. I’m glad they bounced back after last year of not being nominated last year which was an outrage!!!!!!! Stacy Haiduk………………….WHY THE HELL SHE’S NOT NOMINATED????? Hope Y&R wins Best Drama and Writing. Very happy for Y&R!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m happy for B&B for Drama, Directing and Writing but why is DTB nominated for Younger Actor when he hasn’t done anything? B&B could take Drama Series and if so, then GOOD; another win for Brad Bell!!!! I don’t think they’ll get Directing and I’m not too sure about Writing; the death of Betty White’s character was displayed… Read more »

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Lori Loughlin Returns To Acting; Set To Reprise ‘When Calls The Heart’ Role in GAC Family’s ‘When Hope Calls’

Former Fuller House, Edge of Night, and When Calls the Heart star, Lori Loughlin, has landed her first acting role since jail time and her part in the College Admissions Scandal; where she and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, paid half a million dollars in bribes to get their two daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, accepted into the University of Southern California.

While, Jade is now also in this season’s Dancing with the Stars, now comes word that Loughlin has gotten her first acting gig since all the legal trouble, and while still on probation following her two months in jail.

Look for Lori to reprise her beloved role of Abigail from When Calls the Heart on its season two spin-off on GAC Family, When Hope Calls.

According to Deadline: Loughlin will appear in the two-part Season 2 premiere titled When Hope Calls: A Country Christmas, to air on Saturday, December, 18th.  Lori was last seen on TV as Abigail in Season 6 of Hallmark’s When Calls the Heart before she was let go over her involvement in the college admissions scandal.

Last week, speculation began that Loughlin may be back working after a report surfaced from Mercury News  that she had been granted permission by a Boston federal judge to travel to Canada for about a week in late September-early October for “a filming production project.”

So, what do you think about Lori’s return to acting following serving jail time? Will you be watching her as Abigail on When Hope Calls: A Country Christmas? Comment below.

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30 ‘Guiding Light’ Stars Set for Virtual ‘Daytime Stars and Strikes’ Benefit for Autism Society of America

Circle, Sunday, October 10th when 30 stars from the beloved Guiding Light are set to participate in the the 17th Annual Daytime Stars and Strikes virtual charity event for Autism, live on You Tube’s The Locher Room.

The four-hour livestream begins at 2:00 pm ET/11am PST.  The event will be co-hosted by Guiding Light’s Liz Keifer (Blake Marler), Jerry verDorn (Ross Marler), and Michael O’Leary (Rick Bauer) along with Alan Locher.


Joining the foursome to help raise funds and awareness for the Autism Society of America are the following former Guiding Light cast members who are scheduled to appear including: Grant Aleksander, John Bolger, Jeff Branson, Bryan Buffinton, Jean Carol, Beth Chamberlin, Crystal Chappell, Jan Conklin, Ritchie Coster, Kassie DePaiva, Mark Derwin, Frank Dicopoulos, Aubrey Dollar, Beth Ehlers, Nicole Forester, Stephanie Gatschet, Ricky Paull Goldin, Melissa Hayden, Rick Hearst, Rebecca Hollen, Mart Hulswit, Crystal Hunt, Maeve Kinkead, Jessica Leccia, Fran Myers, Robert Newman, Sonia Satra, Tina Sloan, Rebecca Staab, Nancy St. Alban, Paul Anthony Stewart, Kimberley Simms, Michelle Ray Smith, Krista Tesreau, Gina Tognoni, Jordi Vilasuso, Michael Woods and Kim Zimmer.

You can watch the livestream here.   And to donate, and further information on the organization, click here.

So, excited to see this array of talent from Springfield come together to help raise awareness and needed funds for the Austism Society of America? Comment below.

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Cheryl Burke Tests Positive for COVID-19 Ahead of Tonight’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’

Dancing with the Stars’ Cheryl Burke announced via an emotional Instagram video on her account on Sunday that she was not feeling well, and tested positive for Covid-19.  Burke had been vaccinated and is another breakthrough Covid case.  Burke had been fully vaccinated via Moderna.

Burke’s diagnosis means that she must quarantine for the next ten days and will miss tonight’s second episode of the new season of the ballroom-dance competition series.  She has been partnered with Pelonton’s Cody Rigsby.

Photo: ABC

How will Burke’s departure affect Rigsby in terms of the competition? ABC says it will address it on Monday’s night’s show.  However Good Morning America” reported that Rigsby has been tested for COVID-19, and if he comes back negative he will perform with an alternate pro dancer.

It is now also most certain that Burke will miss next week’s show as well.

In her post, Cheryl shared to her fans she was on her way to get a Covid test, then she shared after getting tested: “I am positive which means I have Covid.”

She went on to say, “It’s so overwhelming because it’s Sunday and the show’s tomorrow. I figured I should let you guys know since I’ve been as open and as a real and as vulnerable as I could be here.  I just hope I didn’t spread it. For those of you who don’t think COVID is a real thing, it’s f–king real, dude.”

The pro dancer also related how upset she was to let her celebrity partner, Cody Rigsby, down by having to exit the show for now.

So, what do you think about Burke’s exit from the series and her emotional message? You can watch it below. Then, share your thoughts via the comment section.


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