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45th Annual Daytime Emmy Winners Circle Photo Gallery!

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Sunday night, April 30th, several of your daytime favorites took home the gold at the 45th annual Daytime Emmy Awards handed out at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

Backstage amidst the hustle and bustle of an award ceremony and the press room, the newly crowned winners stopped to pose for photos capturing their victorious moments.

From DAYS Greg Vaughan and James Reynolds, to Y&R’s Eileen Davidson and Camryn Grimes, to GH’s Chloe Lanier and Hayley Erin, to former B&B star, Rome Flynn, check out this winners circle gallery.

They were joined in the exclusive winners club by Dr. Oz, The ladies of The Talk including a return by Aisha Tyler, and the entourage from Days of our Lives winners of Drama Series, Writing, and Directing, as well as Lifetime Achievement Award recipients’ Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes.

Check out the class of 2018 after the jump! Then let us know , which was your favorite winner of the night via the comment section below!

Photo Credit: JPI Studios

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Stars Attend Amazon’s Digital Drama ‘Studio City’ Screening (Photos)

Last night on Tuesday, February 11th, many soap notables and the cast of Amazon Prime’s Studio City, attended a screening of the series at the Elks Lodge in Van Nuys, California to benefit Elks Lodge Charities and FYC Independents.

And if you have not seen it yet, you should!  It’s filled with great performances, keen writing, and the look and feel of it separates it from the rest of the pack in the digital drama space.

Former GH and B&B star, Sean Kanan created and stars in the dramatic series about a soap opera actor who’s life off-screen is even more dramatic then on-screen.  At the screening, Kanan along with co-stars: Tristan Rogers, Sarah Joy Brown, Scott Turner Schofield, Carolyn Hennesy, Patrika Darbo and more, took to the event red carpet, chatted with guests at the event, and then hunkered down to watch the six-episode first season on the big screen.

The event was hosted by Y&R’s Kate Linder, who always helps bring attention to series, charities and noteworthy causes.

Coming to support the creative endeavor of Kanan and company were: Y&R’s Mark Grossman and Sharon Case, former AMC favorites Eva LaRue and Vincent Irizarry, GH’s Max Gail, The Bay’s Kristos Andrews and Gregori Martin and many more.

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Now below check out some photos from the arrivals at the Studio City screening below. 

Then, let us know if you have checked out the series yet …..and your thoughts on it… via the comment section.

Photos: JPI Studios

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Y&R’s Eric Braeden “40 Years As Victor Newman” Celebration (PHOTOS)

The stars came out in full for the iconic Eric Braeden’s (Victor Newman) 40th anniversary with The Young and the Restless at a very special on set celebration at CBS Television City in Los Angeles this past Friday (Braeden premiered as Victor back on February 8, 1980).

Attendees ranged from: a “Who’s Who” of Y&R through the years, important friends, colleagues, former co-stars, family, and executives from CBS and the series.

Y&R’s Doug Davidson (Paul) presided over the introduction of various speakers throughout the presentation to Eric.  If anyone could have such a wealth of friends from different walks of life, it’s Eric Braeden.  Even, sports journalist and broadcaster Stephen A. Smith (who is a GH fan and has appeared on that soap) gave a moving speech about how knowing Eric for the last 7 years has meant so much to him.

Former Y&R star and now one of the main men from the hit NBC drama series, This Is Us, Justin Hartley, returned to his old stomping grounds to deliver his thoughts on working with Eric, when he, indeed, played Adam Newman for four years.  In another tender moment, Justin’s successor, Mark Grossman (Adam) took to the podium as the newest member of the grown-up Newman children to honor Eric.

Peter Bergman (Jack) shared a hilarious story from the Daytime Emmys years ago; when he met his favorite singer of all-time, Aretha Franklin, but who he remembers really wanted to know more about Victor Newman, than he, as Jack!  Joshua Morrow (Nick) shared some very funny stories about working with his on-screen dad over the years, while Braeden’s longtime on-screen wife, Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki) shared some very sweet sentiments about her enduring co-star.

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The place was abuzz with some very stellar guests from the world of daytime when General Hospital’s Maurice Benard (Sonny), Steve Burton (Jason) and James Patrick Stuart (Valentin) showed up to celebrate Eric’s big day.

CBS President, Kelly Kahl, Y&R executive producer, Tony Morina, Y&R head writer and co-EP, Josh Griffith and B&B’s EP and head writer, Brad Bell,  and Producer, Ed Scott also saluted Eric from the podium with various speeches, and recollections over Braeden’s 40 years on the top-rated soap and throughout his illustrious film and TV career.  Tom LaBonge, a councilman from the city of Los Angeles, made a very special presentation to Eric, as well.

Check out some of photos from Eric’s spectacular 40th anniversary celebration below.

Then, let us know which was your favorite image from the festivities via the comment section, and share your congrats for Eric for a job well-done and reaching this wonderful milestone.

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‘Knots Landing’ 40th Anniversary Hollywood Museum Exhibit Opening (Video Interview and Photos)

The celebration for the 40th anniversary of Knots Landing and its iconic series stars: Joan Van Ark (Val). Michele Lee (Karen) and Donna Mills (Abby) continued last Saturday night when the Hollywood Museum unveiled its first Lobby tribute of 2020 with costumes worn by the three actresses who brought the drama to the cul-de-sac at Seaview Circle.

Knots Landing ran on CBS from 1979-1993 and through all the romance, affairs, drama, corporate intrigue, and social issue stories of the day, the series remains an all-time favorite for viewers worldwide that consistently say how much they miss the show and hope for a reboo,t or even to see old episodes again on a streaming service or DVD box-set.

During the Hollywood Museum opening ,(after their appearance on the red carpet for the press) Michele, Donna, and Joan each took turns on the podium, (inside the lobby of the Museum near their iconic clothes from ‘Knots’) to share a few words for invited guests about the show, working with each other, and how touching it is for people to still remember their work from the primetime soap.

Before the ceremony began, Michael Fairman got the first look at the costumes with the ladies and their real-time reactions to the exhibit with some fun back-story on their wardrobe during the series run in a special video interview.   You can view below as well as the Michael Fairman Channel on YouTube.

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Now check out the video conversation with Joan, Michele and Donna, followed by some photos from the night in our gallery.  Check out who else showed up in support of the fabulous trio … then share your comments below!

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Knots Landing favorites: Joan Van Ark (Valene), Michele Lee (Karen) and Donna Mills (Abby)  chat with Michael Fairman in honor of Knots Landing’s 40th anniversary. Leave A Comment

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