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43rd Daytime Emmys: Watch Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series Nominated Performances!

Five men are vying for the prize in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category at this year’s 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys to be handed out on May 1st by NATAS. The nominees are: Bryton James (Devon) The Young and the Restless, Sean Blakemore (Shawn) General Hospital, Jacob Young (Rick) The Bold and the Beautiful, Steve Burton (Dylan) The Young and the Restless, and Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) General Hospital.

Of this year’s finalists, three have taken home Emmy gold before: Steve Burton, Bryton James, and Jacob Young. Who will win it this year? Will it be James’ Devon who learns Neil’s deception? Blakemore’s Shawmn who learns from Jordan that TJ is his biological son? Young’s Rick, who learns Maya’s truth once she discloses she was born a man? Or, Zamprogna’s Dante, who thinks his wife Lulu cheated on him with another man?

Watch the nominated performances after the jump.  Then let us know, who you think should win this year’s Outstanding Supporting Actor Daytime Emmy?


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Whoaaa!
I’m surprised at= Steve Burton (Dylan)
He is very monotone, I can’t think of one earthshaking performance, but apparently he at least one lol..

Sean Blakemore (Shawn) never got the credit he deserved he was phenomenal.
Perhaps he will bring home the gold, that would be good..

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
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Sean is the only one i think should win but it’ll probably go to Jacob Young-haven’t watched the latter’s show in a very long time but he is a very fine actor.

Timmm
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Timmm

Its a weak group but I think Jacob should and will win it!

Soaphound
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Soaphound

You make a good point. The question is WHY the group is weak, don’t you think? With so many good actors, this field should be stronger. Y&R’s Scott Elrod was impressive in his scenes with Jessica Collins, and what about Greg Rikaart’ s touching scenes during Chloe’s breakdown? Is there a rule that a “leading” actor can’t submit in a supporting category during a slow year? If u ask me, Christian LeBlanc really belongs in the supporting slot this year, while Daniel Goddard’s exceptional work during the Lily/Joe affair could have had his leading slot. Just a thought…

Ces
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weak group. Strange. I think Sean is really good and should have been utilized by the show much better.
Steve Burton, really? lol!!

David
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David

Jacob Young is the BEST! He deserves to win this year. He’s phenomenal as Rick…

Nanci
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Nanci

I like Dylan, but although his scene with Avery had its emotional moments on his
part, watching it really only made me miss Avery, and Jessica’s portrayal of her, all
over again! She was great!

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Mateo

This one was hard. I watched them all and I was drawn to the consistency of Jacob Young and I don’t even watch B&B. It was a strong performance. The writing on that show is way too campy however. So in the end I went with Dominic Zamprogna. His portrayal of Dante is beyond reproach. His expression while revealing his affair with Valerie was without fault. There was the pain, the disappointment and even the disgust. He was fantastic and other worldly. I watch Y&R but both Bryton James and Steve Burton are way overrated. They are both too fake… Read more »

Mo
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Mo

I don’t watch GH so between Bryton and Jacob. I say Jacob. He’s scenes were more compelling.

Mo
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Mo

His scenes-oops.

Derrick
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Derrick

They all look good but I think it will be between Jacob Young and Bryton!

Linda
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Linda

I am not familiar with James but the other actors are all very good. I used to watch AMC and thought Young was one of the best actors on that show. Good luck to all of them. It will be a tough decision.

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janeway

To me there is no question it needs to be Dominic Zamprogna. Whether you watch GH or not, just watch his reel and it is absolutely riveting. The scenes are all raw emotion; anger, pain, realization, remorse. His portrayal is so real and believable it is painful to watch, but you can’t look away. I can’t watch this reel without tissues handy. Dom is one of the most under-rated actors on TV it is time he was recognized. I hope this is the year he takes home the Daytime Emmy Award.

Kevin
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Kevin

From these reels, I would go with Dominic Zamprogna.

Ollie
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Ollie

I’m keeping my fingers crossed for Jacob to win! He is such a good actor

Nikki
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Nikki

After watching the reels handed in , I couldn’t pick just one. I would have to say my first choice is “Dominic Zamprogna as Dante G.H.” or “Jacob Young as Rick Forrester B & B”.

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Kim Delaney’s Lifetime Movie ‘Long Island Serial Killer: A Mother’s Hunt for Justice’ Drops Trailer

Coming up as part of Lifetime’s Ripped from the Headlines true crime series of movies, The Long Island Serial Killer: A Mother’s Hunt for Justice, is now slated to premiere next month on February 20th at 8 pm ET.

General Hospital’s Kim Delaney (Jackie Templeton) stars in the film, executive produced by Deborah Norville. in which she portrays, Mari Gilbert, a mother who becomes alarmed when her daughter Shannan (Katharine Isabelle) is MIA and doesn’t return home. Knowing her daughter sometimes works as an escort, Mari fears the worst.

As those who know the true life story, Mari’s attempt to find her daughter and the subsequent investigation leads to a chilling discovery – the bodies of several other missing women.

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In the real life story, the remains of the women were uncovered accidentally as police searched for Shannan, who went missing after visiting a client, whom she met on Craigslist, in the gated community of Oak Beach on Long Island, and then fleeing the man’s home.   However, police believe that Mari’s unwavering fight to find her daughter which led to finding the other women is not how Shannan ultimately disappeared.

While the case has yet to be solved the film shares, “Though the search for the serial killer is still ongoing, Mari’s passionate dedication to giving her daughter and other forgotten women a voice, and the attention they deserve, has kept the case alive with hopes of a breakthrough soon.”

PEOPLE exclusively dropped the trailer over the weekend.  Make sure to check it out.

Once the trailer was released, Delaney shared on her Twitter account: “Amazing director @StanleyMBrooks Thank you so much, Stan!Very special producers, cast and crew. An important story!”

So will you be watching Kim in her star turn in the upcoming Lifetime movie event? Comment below.

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WATCH: The Cast of ‘Studio City’ Talk On the Latest Five Episodes & The Making of the Critically-Acclaimed Digital Drama

It’s one of the most talked about digital dramas out there, with a look and feel all its own, containing smart, witty, and dramatic plots and dialogue, and stellar performances abound.

In Amazon Prime’s Studio City, the story about life on a soap in front of the camera juxtaposed with the often harsh reality of life behind the scenes, will have any fan of the genre getting a kick out of some of the very familiar soap tropes contained within balanced with the five-hankie moments throughout  And now, Studio City has dropped their latest five episodes picking the story back up from where it left off.

Michael Fairman chatted with the cast of Studio City in his latest interview for The Michael Fairman Channel on You Tube. Those taking part in this virtual conversation included: Sean Kanan (Sam), Sarah Joy Brown (Laurie), Tristan Rogers (Doc), Carolyn Hennesy (Gloria), Scott Turner Schofield (Max), Anna Maria Horsford (Jolene), and Justin Torkildesn (Jacob).  Ronn Moss, who also appears in the series playing a version of himself, was filming a movie during the scheduling of this chat, but his presence is felt when some hilarious moments featuring him and Sean Kanan were discussed.

Soap fans know these actors very well.  Kanan, Brown, Hennesy and Rogers have all, or are presently appearing, on General Hospital.  B&B fans recognize Torkilden, Horsford, Moss, and Schofield along with Kanan from their work on the CBS Daytime drama.

Getting a show up and running and then taped during the Covid-19 pandemic is no easy task as Kanan shared in the group interview.  As well, Anna Maria Horsford and Sarah Joy Brown share how they came to their parts and the rapid-fire pace in which their scenes were shot.  Tristan Rogers, who won a Daytime Emmy last year for his performance as Doc, gives another heartbreaking turn, and reveals his thoughts on the work he did, plus shares his remembrances of his late friend and GH co-star, John Reilly.

Scott Turner Schofield talks about how Sean and his wife Michele Kanan, two of the creators of the show, have given him and the transgender community a space with Max’s storyline in Studio City.  GH favorite, Carolyn Hennesy shares how she crafted her role of Gloria, the executive producer, after Jill Farren Phelps, and Daytime Emmy winner Justin Torkildsen shares how he wound up with a part in the digital drama and the scenes he shares with Hennesy.

You can check out the full Studio City cast interview below.  Then let us know, have you checked out the series? What have been your favorite moments and performances in it? Let us know in the comment section.

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GH’s Lisa LoCicero Delivers The ‘Power Performance of the Week’

This week on General Hospital the truth came out on all fronts; as Olivia (Lisa LoCicero) put two and two together and realized Ned (Wally Kurth) cheated on her with Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn).  Meanwhile, Alexis figured out Tracy (Jane Elliot) framed her to make it look like she passed out drunk behind the wheel.

Throughout, there were great performances from Wally Kurth, Jane Elliot and Nancy Lee Grahn, but it was soap vet, Lisa LoCicero, who for us was given the material and stole the show with her heartbreaking performances as a woman scorned.

LoCicero plays Olivia Falconeri from Bensonhurst, so believably, that viewers understand her every woman, who married into the well-to-do Quatermaines, and who has a much higher moral and ethical standard then the Q’s.

In key scenes at the Quartermaine mansion, Olivia confronts Ned about the night he never came home, and she wants the truth.  She also rightly accuses Tracy on being part of the cover-up.  A caught Ned confesses.  He tells Olivia he was in a terrible place, and jumped to the wrong conclusion about her and Robert (Tristan Rogers), and began drinking, which Sam (Kelly Monaco) overhears and can’t believe he was drinking with an alcoholic. Olivia says that Ned is incapable of being trustworthy after spending his entire life amongst a house full of liars and cheats.  Meanwhile, Alexis shows up in the middle of all this to confront Tracy on her machinations setting the stage for a showdown between Olivia and Alexis.

When Alexis and Olivia talk in private, the former legal eagle apologizes to her friend for sleeping with her husband; saying they both knew it was wrong right after it happened, but Olivia quickly points out that they didn’t seem to stop themselves or think it was wrong, while he was unbuttoning his pants or she was taking off her blouse!

Olivia stands her ground through her devastation and is appalled that Alexis calls her a “friend” and how she is only showing remorse because she has been caught!

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When Ned tries to talk to Olivia and professes how much he loves her and how sorry he is for having sex in a drunken stupor with Alexis, Olivia is gut-punched.  Ned continually says he thought Olivia and Robert hooked-up thanks to Brook Lynn deleting messages meant for Ned.  The fact that he would assume the worst of her, only made things worse for Ned, and then to go as far as having revenge sex with Alexis, made Olivia feel her husband had sunk to new lows.

It is then Olivia has a moment of reckoning; wondering what is her role in the Quartermaine family anyway, and how she doesn’t really fit in.  Ned promises to wait for her and begs her not to give up on them.  When he leaves, Liv breaks down … her marriage in pieces and betrayed by all those she thought she could trust.

Each of the aforementioned moments were played to perfection by LoCicero, leaving the audience wondering just what will Olivia do next and how will she bounce back from this betrayal.  That is why Michael Fairman TV names Lisa our pick for The Power Performance of the Week.  And, if it’s one thing we know about Olivia, she is a scrappy fighter, a survivor, and in the capable hands of this actress, we will be rooting for her all along the way.

So, what did you think of the performance of Lisa LoCicero?  Do you hope Olivia and Ned work things out and they stay together, or do you want to see if she and Robert Scorpio might have a new romance? Comment below.

 

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