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44th Annual Daytime Emmys Drama Performer Pre-Nominations Announced!

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It’s “game on” for some of your favorite performers in the world of daytime drama with the official annoucement Wednesday morning from The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS).  Today, the organization has revealed the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for the upcoming 44th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

Before we get to the list of who is still in the running for Emmy gold, here was the process used to determine those chosen as Pre-Nominated performers: An online judging ballot containing all entrants in each of four performer categories (Lead Actor and Actress and Supporting Actor and Actress) was sent to all registered, eligible peer judges. The ballot contained a randomized order of performers in each category, regardless of their show affiliation. Judges were required to view clips online containing the work of each performer entry before selecting their top 10 performer choices in each category. Ballots were then submitted directly to Lutz & Carr, Inc., an independent accounting firm, who tabulated the results.

The Pre-Nominated performers who received the highest number of votes will now advance to the blue ribbon and final screening round, scheduled to begin on February 20, 2017.  It is that round which will determine both the finalist nominees and the eventual winner.  In addition, the names of the Younger Actor and Actress in a Drama Series have been revealed as this list goes directly to the blue ribbon round without having to go through a pre-nomination submission process.

Look for the nominations for the 44th Annual Daytime Emmys to be announced live on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, once again on the CBS afternoon series, The Talk!

Congratulations to all the men and women who are moving on in the awards competition! So without further ado, here are the pre-nominated performers in the Outstanding Lead Actress, Lead Actor, Supporting Actress, Supporting Actor, Younger Actress and Younger Actor.

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

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Kristian Alfonso (Hope) Days of Our Lives

Sharon Case (Sharon) The Young and the Restless

Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea) The Young and the Restless

Mary Beth Evans (Kayla) Days of Our Lives

Nancy Lee Grahn, (Alexis) General Hospital

Jen Lilley (Ex-Theresa) Days of our Lives

Gina Tognoni (Phyllis) The Young and the Restless

Heather Tom (Katie) The Bold and the Beautiful

Jess Walton (Jill) The Young and the Restless

Laura Wright (Carly) General Hospital

 

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Maurice Benard (Sonny) General Hospital

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Peter Bergman (Jack) The Young and the Restless

Scott Clifton (Liam) The Bold and the Beautiful

Billy Flynn (Chad) Days of Our Lives

Roger Howarth (Franco) General Hospital

Vincent Irizarry (Deimos) Days of Our Lives

Christian LeBlanc (Michael) The Young and the Restless

John McCook (Eric) The Bold and the Beautiful

Kristoff St. John (Neil) The Young and the Restless

Jason Thompson (Billy) The Young and the Restless

 

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

Eileen Davidson (Ashley) The Young and the Restless

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Judi Evans (Adrienne) Days of Our Lives

Stacy Haiduk (Patty) The Young and the Restless

Amelia Heinle (Victoria) The Young and the Restless

Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe) The Young and the Restless

Finola Hughes (Anna) General Hospital

Anna Maria Horsford (Vivienne) The Bold and the Beautiful

Kate Mansi (Ex-Abigail) Days of Our Lives

Michelle Stafford (Nina) General Hospital

Kelly Sullivan (Ex-Sage) The Young and the Restless

 

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

John Aniston (Victor) Days of Our Lives

Obba Babatundé (Julius) The Bold and the Beautiful

Steve Burton (Dylan) The Young and the Restless

Sean Carrigan (Ben) The Young and the Restless

Chad Duell (Michael) General Hospital

Bryton James (Devon) The Young and the Restless

Wally Kurth (Justin) Days of Our Lives

Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos/Dr. Joe Rivera) General Hospital

James Reynolds (Abe) Days of Our Lives

Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) General Hospital

 

Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series

Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina) General Hospital

Camila Banus (Gabi) Days of Our Lives

Reign Edwards (Nicole) The Bold and the Beautiful

Hayley Erin (Kiki) General Hospital

Olivia Keegan (Claire) Days of our Lives

Hunter King (Summer) The Young and the Restless

Chloe Lanier (Nelle) General Hospital

Alyvia Alyn Lind (Faith) The Young and the Restless

Paige Searcy (Jade) Michaels Days of Our Lives

 

Outstanding Younger Actor In A Drama Series

Jared Breeze (Max) The Young and the Restless

Bryan Craig (Morgan) General Hospital

Rome Flynn (Zende) The Bold and the Beautiful

Pierson Fodé (Thomas) The Bold and the Beautiful

James Lastovic (Joey) Days of Our Lives

Kyler Pettis (Theo) Days of Our Lives

Tequan Richmond (TJ) General Hospital

Anthony Turpel (R.J.) The Bold and the Beautiful

So, what did you think of the daytime drama Pre-nominations for Lead Actor and Actress, Supporting Actor and Actress, Younger Actor and Actress? Who are you most happy to see score a pre-nom and remain in the running for the gold statuette? Who are you most shocked and suprised to see not moving on, or left off the ballot?  Who should have been on this list that isn’t? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Katy
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Katy

If Lexi submitted her scenes with Maurice and NLG then its in the bag…then again younger actress has produced some surprise winners.

dmr
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dmr

Although I am not a big fan of Lexi Ainsworth; Haley Erin being included in this category, alongside some real talent, baffles me. I cringe whenever Kiki enters a scene.

Steve
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Steve

Haley Erin has improved tremendously since the days of her wailing over Silas’ death. And now thankfully out of Morgan’s orbit, She and RPW’s Dillon are a compelling couple.

dmr
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dmr

I’ve just never cared for the character and I don’t think that I ever will-the character, in my opinion, is Tuesday/Wednesday “filler.” I agree, however, that there has been an improvement.

Dan
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Dan

I think Hayley is highly underrated. She was excellent in the scenes post Morgan’s death. I personally think she’s better in the role than Kristen Alderson was. Agree with Steve also, I like Dillon and Kiki as a couple.

dmr
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dmr

Dan, I agree with you there-Haley is much better in the role than Kristen was-in my opinion.

tsuds
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tsuds

I loved Kiki.. I think she is talented and much better fit for the Kiki role than the previous talented actress from OLTL.

Lisa
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Lisa

Who cares it’s not being shown on MTV

Jill
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Jill

Will be on tv Michael

davlestev1
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davlestev1

only if you brokered the entire deal lol…no announcement has been made they hope it’s possible

Scott (ATWT Fan)
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Scott (ATWT Fan)

A lot of these nominations I am completely here for. I cannot wait for the final rollout! Gina, to me, is a standout in the Lead Actress category. As if Heather Tom, etc. This is going to be a tight race this year!

Karen
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Karen

Hopefully the folks that post here will not have another meltdown when Sharon Case is not nominated.

The academy have not nominated her since 2004 yet the posters over here act like the world is ending every spring when she fails to receive a nomination.

Melissa Scharpf
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Melissa Scharpf

Mishael Morgan needs to be on the list .

Tomas Torquemada
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Tomas Torquemada

AGREE

mollie
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mollie

She’s fantastic. Did she submit, do you know?

Stephanie
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Stephanie

I see again good actors are not getting recognized..

KansasGuest
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KansasGuest

It’s the show’s producers who actually decide which actors will compete in specific categories, and if they will even submit a reel for consideration. So, strangely, daytime nominations are more of a popularity contest within the actors’ own shows than they are for the actual Emmy. They are a lot more political than primetime Emmys, which tend to have smaller casts, and defined lead actors.

Brian
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Brian

That’s not true, the actors themselves decide whether or not to submit their names for the Emmys and for which category, if they feel they’re Lead or Supporting, or what have you. Anyone on any show can choose to submit their name for consideration, or an actor can choose not to submit their name, like Maura West and Jane Elliot apparently decided to do this year. It’s not up to the shows producers.

giovanna
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giovanna

Ugh sucks so many nominated just for one spot don’t really care for this anymore

Jake CNJ
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Jake CNJ

TJ on GH…did he have a story to get a nod???

Patrick
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Patrick

Wally Ingalls Wilder – My man made the cut… he’s still to be remembered

“…Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos/Dr. Joe Rivera) General Hospital ”

pre – nom or otherwise, the dead trio of Frank / Jean / Shelley mucked so much up

his dancing eyes are forever… and his natural REELS made up for all the lack of color

he proved he had range with Dr. Joe.

Davy
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Davy

BORING!

Teresa Berwick
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Teresa Berwick

Congratulations to all of them. Cant see who wins….

Michael
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Michael

Doesn’t Heather Tom have enough Emmys already?

EIleen Hargis
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EIleen Hargis

I agree with pretty much all the pre noms
The younger actor catagory is very sparse, tho. Several noms hardly appeared in screen.

su0000
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su0000

good grief .. how old does one have to be to get out of the ”’young”’ 50?

Outstanding Younger Actor In A Drama Series
Bryan Craig (Morgan) General Hospital

And, I am luvin this–

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
Roger Howarth (Franco) General Hospital

But-
Maurice/Sonny will bring home the gold ….

Paul
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Paul

MB dials in his performance so much. If the award was for hissing and stammering, I’d give it to him. Lead actor, not so much for me.

I do think Laura Wright deserves a nom and a win.

TJ receiving a nom is ludicrous. Given how infrequently he aired, he should be considered a guest star.

Steven
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Steven

Omg I can’t wait congrats too all the nominee and go Days of our lives please give some Tie in the actress category please please please!!!!

Kevin C
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Kevin C

Katherine Kelly Lang is overlooked again…She is so overdue for an emmy.

mike
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mike

Jess Walton should be in supporting.

Patrick
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Patrick

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series John Aniston (Victor) Days of Our Lives Wally Kurth (Justin) Days of Our Lives Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos/Dr. Joe Rivera) General Hospital James Reynolds (Abe) Days of Our Lives Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) General Hospital look at all this color…. wide range of dynamic for love of this genre… I’d give it to John Anniston so close to this win… Wally Kurth definitely must make the top 5 and honorable mention… James Reynolds because he was carelessly “let go” and should have remained as Dr. Joe… GH had so many reasons to keep him.… Read more »

Joel
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Joel

How on earth can B&B’s star of the year, Rena Sofer, not be nominated? Oh, yeah the same way last years’ star of the year, Karla Mosley, was overlooked.

mollie
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mollie

Crazy! I agree.

lll
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lll

The first snub coming to mind is William deVry. Besides that, congrats to all nominees.

Dan
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Dan

Speaking only about GH, Maurice Benard, Laura Wright and Bryan Craig should all be winners in my view for the Morgan’s death storyline. Maurice hasn’t been nominated since 2011, and if he doesn’t make the final cut this year, it will be such a slap in the face. Laura has some tough competition from GH with Nancy Lee Grahn. A couple names I expected and I’m disappointed not to see, William deVry, Maura West, Jane Elliot. But I know Jane particularly has avoided submitting her name in the past, so it’s possible she might not have put herself in the… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series Jen Lilley (Ex-Theresa) Days of our Lives THIS is a nice acknowledgement and stamp of approval of how talented Jen Lilley can be ; when given script she’s a solid presence who can mix it up with any and all cast members… a ready repertoire. she’s always intriguing LOVE Jenn Lilley. OK I think the top 5 Mary Beth Evans (Kayla) Days of Our Lives Nancy Lee Grahn, (Alexis) General Hospital Jen Lilley (Ex-Theresa) Days of our Lives Gina Tognoni (Phyllis) The Young and the Restless Laura Wright (Carly) General Hospital 1. Mary… Read more »

Celia
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Celia

Yes, Patrick, Jenn Lilley is waaaay up there, but Nancy Grahn overshadows all these multi-talented ladies. Her acting as the “town’s lush” is overwhelming. Speechless and breathless….that’s a fact, in my opinion. Stacy Haiduk as supporting ( unbrlievably moving), with Finola Hughes right behind. I do not understand the reasoning behind Eileen Davidson, or Melissa Egan–as “fulminating” as Eileen is, her talent has not been showcased lately. To me, she has been dormant, as has Melissa, albeit I have never considered the latter as such a prize; even in her AMC days. JMO. Younger: Chloe Lanier–Nelle walked in as a… Read more »

barbara mcdonald
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barbara mcdonald

William Devry should have been on there. I would boycott, but NLG needs to win.

DOMENICA
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DOMENICA

Wen is goin to be on tv wath daet

davlestev1
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davlestev1

wow

Celia
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Celia

Hi, Domenica,
I believe you are asking for the date? It is April 30th, 2017.
If Italian is your first language: la data e’ il 30 aprile, del 2017, al canale “POP”.
Spero che l’informazione ti aiuta.

mollie
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mollie

Thank you, Celia. Sweet.

davlestev1
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davlestev1

It’s not set to be televised yet and that’s the truth. Pop is not set to televise these awards as of yet

Celia
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Celia

@mollie.
Hi, mollie,
Likewise, mollie. Thank you!

Tammy Kreiss
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Tammy Kreiss

Where’s my Eric Martsolf???? Congrats to all my friends who got nominated!

KMB
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KMB

Someday, before he leaves soaps, I hope to see Stephen Nichols win sometime.

mollie
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mollie

Love him too. He’s so steady.

Steve
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Steve

For the scenes on Cassadine Island, Genie Francis should have been up for Supporting Actress.

Too soon for Chloe Lanier. What storyline was DZ really prominent in this past year?

mollie
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mollie

Genie is being wasted right now! This very talented actress needs and deserves a front burner story.

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

My vote goes to Genie, also! And, yes, those scenes, particularly the exquisitely written scene where Kevin declares his love for her, merit a win for both Genie and Jon.

Chrystie_Delancey
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Chrystie_Delancey

Billy Flynn – Billy Flynn – Billy Flynn! This year, for sure, he blows away the competition!!

mollie
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mollie

I see him as the one to beat, also. Good luck to him!

James R. Poissant
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James R. Poissant

I’m pissed. Where’s Tracey Bregman’s name on the pre-noms? She’s only the most beautiful lady on soaps and everything she does is great. Guess I can give up hope on the Emmys.

mollie
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mollie

I think she’ll be there in next year noms, for sure, as she is getting a front burner story line now (2017). Yep, she is pretty amazing and ageless!!

CJ
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CJ

I am Really Surprised that Robert Palmer Watkins (Dillon GH) – Younger Actor & Will DeVry (Julian GH) – Lead Actor, were Not Pre-Nominated. They both gave excellent performances this year & Deserved the nomination. I hope 2017 brings them both power driven storylines to tackle

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

Watkins, yes; deVry, no.

Ray
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Ray

Great performances this year on all of the shows. I hope Heather Tom wins for Best Actress. Jen Lilly also did a great job. The biggest snubs were Melissa Reeves, Rena Sofer and Katherine Kelly Lang. As much as I like Julius and Vivienne on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” I am not sure they deserved a nomination this year. They have not been on the show in months and can’t remember a standout performance with the exception of Julius confessing to be Sasha’s father. I am glad to see Billy Flynn, John McCook and Scott Clifton nominated in Lead… Read more »

Michael Andrews
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Michael Andrews

The other big snub was Justin Hartley (ex-Adam Newman; Y&R). I was dumbfounded that he did not get nominated this year. Does anyone know if he submitted for this year?

Maurice
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Maurice

Both Melissa Reeves and Justin Hartley refuse to sumbit this year, so there was no snub.

nancy dillingham
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nancy dillingham

He does have that look, doesn’t he? I think he may be going places1

Maurice
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Maurice

I don’t think it should matters how long you were on a show, IMO if you had some great work, you should be recognize for it! Obba and Anna Maria, did fabulous work, and hopefully Emmy voters will love them enough to help them make the cut.

Mo
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Mo

Where is Rena Sofer?

Don’t understand Obba and Anna Maria as they haven’t been on in ages. Wish they would be on. I think B&B should feature them again.

Maurice
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Maurice

Yeah, Rena Sofer was snubbed, I agree.

The Emmys don’t count how long you were on a show, its your performance, and Obba & Anna Maria did some AMAZING work during his love child, Sasha, secret coming out!

jake hernandez
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jake hernandez

where is Jane Elliott for her work during her medical crisis? or hostage situation with Hornsby; another great actress snubbed.

Dan
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Dan

I agree, Jane is always excellent in whatever she does. In the past, she said in an interview that she hasn’t submitted her name for Emmy consideration, because she doesn’t believe in the whole actors competing against actors thing, which I respect. So it’s possible she didn’t submit her name again this year.

Lluwellyn
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Lluwellyn

So Happy for Sharon Case and Steve Barton really hope their make the final cut. No one deserve it more than SC

Libby
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Libby

I really think Daytime Emmys should be rollback to main Emmy Awards.The Younger SupportingActor/Actress should be eliminated. That said.I hope Maurice Benard would win after the supporsed death of Morgan, his son. Nancy Lee Grahn has given powerhouse performances with the battle with Julian and the bottle. She is major soap opera actress who delivers whengiven material. It is Nancy Lee’s time, imo. Think Wally Kurth is a fav on two soaps at one time. With the wandering DAYS storyline, Justin K remains one to tune into DAYS .Judi Evans has been agreat contributor – whatever Dena or Josh handed… Read more »

Keffen
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Keffen

I hope Nancy Lee Grahan win!!

Patrick
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Patrick

THIS; bar none… is the toughest category; can’t even come up with a TOP 5 Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series definitely, TOP 4 Judi Evans (Adrienne) Days of Our Lives Stacy Haiduk (Patty) The Young and the Restless Finola Hughes (Anna) General Hospital Kate Mansi (Ex-Abigail) Days of Our Lives THIS category is so LOADED Eileen Davidson (Ashley) The Young and the Restless Amelia Heinle (Victoria) The Young and the Restless Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe) The Young and the Restless Anna Maria Horsford (Vivienne) The Bold and the Beautiful Michelle Stafford (Nina) General Hospital Kelly Sullivan (Ex-Sage) The Young and… Read more »

Mark Y
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Mark Y

I cannot believe Camryn Grimes isn’t on this list again!

GemmaG
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GemmaG

Great list! There is some amazing talent in daytime. I know the work of many. I watch GH. OLTL was my show. NLG on GH has an amazing storyline to support her talent. As did FH on GH. She is always a pleasure to watch, unlike the hot mess of NLG’s Alexis, which is hard to swallow. I’m even wondering if Julian did hold a knife to her throat, maybe she was drunk when it happened. And my favorite favorite favorite man in daytime RH of GH. He is carving out a new character and does humor and drama together… Read more »

Patrick
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Patrick

I have not, naysayed Nancy Lee Grahn in so long, she’s delivering… she’s getting turn on.. less notice , come on, f me

it’s a Nancy Lee Grah moment

hello

nice to see you

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that’s it

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GemmaG
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GemmaG

Maurice Bernard has also done great work this past year. But I have little sympathy for Sonny Corinthos!

Breaking News

Melissa Reeves Has NOT Been Fired From Days of our Lives

A technical error caused a bit of a firestorm on Monday night, and a retraction early Tuesday morning when an item appeared most notably on TV Line’s partner’s feed, Yahoo News, that had a headline stating that Melissa Reeves (Jennifer) had been fired from Days of our Lives.

If site visitors and readers looked closely, there were actually two versions of the opening line that appeared.  One of which was noting that Reeves was apologizing for “catching heat” from co-stars and fans for backing a post by Candace Owens that was Anti-Black Lives Matter, and the other one that she was fired from the NBC soap opera.

TV Line early Monday morning issued this statement to clarify what happened and confirmed that Reeves had NOT been fired from DAYS: “Due to technical error, a story was briefly published on TVLine on Monday evening — and has since surfaced on several of our partner feeds, most notably Yahoo — that erroneously claims Days of Our Lives has fired Melissa Reeves. The story is false. Melissa Reeves has not been fired from Days of Our Lives. In the meantime, we apologize for the error.”

So, what do you think of the mix-up? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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DAYS Wally Kurth Delivers ‘The Power Performance of the Week’

Mark our words! Next year, Days of our Lives Wally Kurth (Justin Kiriakis) will once again be nominated for a Daytime Emmy for this week’s emotional and deeply-touching work on key episodes of the NBC daytime drama series.

As viewers saw, this was to be the happy nuptials of Justin and Kayla (Mary Beth Evans), who found love again after losing the previous loves of their lives.  They were dear friends to begin with, who through a set of horrific circumstances, found comfort with one another which eventually turned to love.

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Problem was; Justin overheard Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) and Hope (Kristian Alfonso) before the ceremony discussing Steve’s (Stephen Nichols) feelings for Kayla and that he wants her back; something Kayla is unaware of.  So what will he do?  The noble thing and tell her the truth, or keep it to himself and marry her anyway?

As the Intel of what he learned weighed heavier and heavier on Justin, in the most dramatic of moments (when he was to say his “I do’s”), Justin stopped the ceremony and bared all to Kayla: that Steve wants her back and how Steve saw him propose to her and that is why he backed off.  Armed with the knowledge and that her friends and family kept it from her, Kayla does not know what to do.  Justin helps made it easy and clear for her when he questions her … if they would be standing here getting married, if Steve had told her his true feelings before Justin proposed to her?

Justin goes on to say to Kayla that maybe she has been avoiding her true feelings for Steve, because she did not want to hurt him.  Then Justin tells Kayla that he visited his late wife Adrienne’s (Judi Evans) grave, and told her that if things were different, and if she was alive they would still be married, and Kayla would be their dear, dear friend.

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With seeing the look on Kayla’s eyes, Justin knows she loves Steve.  Heartbroken, but caught in an untenable situation, Justin tells Kayla he is happy for her.  Kayla wraps her arms around Justin as they both cry.  Kayla says she never wanted to hurt him, and when Wally as Justin says, “I know, honey,” it was one of the most honest and ten-hankie moments of the entire scenario.   Justin kisses her, tells the guests there will be no wedding today, and exits the Kiriakis mansion.

The emotional drama continues in the aftermath as Justin is at Kayla’s apartment boxing up all of his belongings and tears up recalling their nights together listening to jazz and cooking dinner.  Sonny (Freddie Smith) finds his dad, and tells him he did the noble thing and that time will heal all wounds, but after Sonny leaves, Justin breaks down a bit further before exiting Kayla’s for good.

And if that was not enough, Justin goes back to Adrienne’s gravesite to update her on the wedding that did not happen.   He talks to her that he understands Kayla and Steve’s deep and enduring love, which was just like theirs was.  Next, Justin thinks he is seeing Adrienne, when none other than Bonnie Lockhart (Judi Evans) reveals she is back in Salem – talk about kicking a guy when he is down!

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Throughout this entire saga, moment to moment, Kurth delivered raw, genuine, adult emotions, in a very complex adult story and relationship.   In fact, the cast and crew thought so, too!  When Wally as Justin told Kayla that he can’t marry her and the speech that followed and his exit from the mansion that followed, all those on set applauded for him.  His work was that moving.   Wally was ably assisted throughout by the outstanding work of Mary Beth Evans in these scenes.

2020, while a difficult year for everyone thus far, has been a particular great year for Kurth on Days; as over the last six months he has really had a chance to shine in this story.  So for all of these reasons and more, Michael Fairman TV gives the “Power Performance of the Week” kudos to Wally Kurth.

Did you love Wally’s performance this week on Days? Did you reach for the hankies? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

 

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DAYS Wally Kurth, Mary Beth Evans & Chandler Massey Take You Behind the Scenes of Kayla and Justin’s Wedding

On Wednesday’s heartbreaking episode of Days of our Lives, viewers saw just how the nuptials of Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) and Justin (Wally Kurth) eventually wound up!

Justin told Kayla that Steve (Stephen Nichols) still loves her, which put a halt to the proceedings and ended the romantic relationship between the two dear friends, who found love with one another following Adrienne’s (Judi Evans) death, and Kayla believing Steve did not want her back.

Now, The DOOL app has posted a rare behind the scenes view of the making of the wedding – with moments from the key scenes, rehearsals and interviews with the cast involved.

Chandler Massey (Will) weighs-in on Will’s debut as a wedding officiant and how that went south, while Mary Beth Evans and Wally Kurth shared why they loved this storyline so much.

Wally expresses how the last six months have been some of the best storylines of his soap career, while Mary Beth says that Justin and Kayla’s relationship was so adult and that in real life, both actors have known about people who fall in love with their dear friend, after losing their significant other whether it be by divorce, or death, or whatever the circumstance.

If you don’t already have the DOOL app on your mobile device to watch the segment, you can get more info to download here.

We will have more to say on the memorable performances at Michael Fairman TV later in the week.

So, what did you think of Kayla and Justin’s wedding and the fallout? Comment below.

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