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45th Daytime Emmys: Watch Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series Nominated Reels: Who Should Win?


Six women are in the running for this year’s Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series award at the upcoming 45th Annual Daytime Emmys to be handed out on Sunday night, April 29th.

From a woman battling the on set and progression of Alzheimer’s disease, to a woman losing her son, to a woman who admits she has feelings for someone as she struggles to try to come to terms with her sexuality, to a woman who betrayed her best friend, to a woman who lost the man she loves through all her scheming, to a woman who slept with her husband’s father, the following actresses delivered in their reels which earned them a shot at Emmy gold.

The nominees are: Marla Adams (Dina, Y&R), Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie, DAYS), Camryn Grimes (Mariah, Y&R), Elizabeth Hendrickson (Ex-Chloe, Y&R), Mishael Morgan (Hilary, Y&R), and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy, B&B).

Watch the nominated performances after the jump. Then let us know who you think deserves to win the Outstanding Supporting Actress trophy in the comment section below!

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Originally, I thought SSH was going to win (since it’s been almost 40 years since her last nomination). However, since she and Bill are getting lifetime achievement awards, the favorite should be Marla Adams.

Without a doubt
Marla Adams – Dina GH ..
She is real, the real deal ..
Marla is absolutely phenomenal in every single scene ..

BRAVA!! Marla ..

You mean Y&R, not GH, right?

I think it’s Marla for the win but Camryn, Elizabeth and Mishael all have a shot as well.

If Marla Adams doesn’t win, she was robbed.

Totally agree, Marla Adams plays the role beautifully.

If it is sentimental SFh or MA if it is reality Camryn no contest

Hopefully she will thank SC who always carrys the story

Marla Adams!!!!

I wanted Susan’s reel to be stronger. It seemed like an odd combination of material. I was really rooting for her.

i wish Susan Seaforth would win…she never did win an emmy but i think it will go to Marla Adams

Kind of ironic, these two women being in the running, with Dina always bad mouthing Lauren’s mother, played by SSH. She was a shrew, for sure. My vote goes to Marla Adams, whom I’ve loved since Secret Storm, the young , vivacious Belle.

This category is hard. But with her strong and real performance, no one but Camryn Grimes should walk away with this award. She is one of the most amazing actresses in the daytime field. She has comic timing, dramatic prowess and sincerity. No one compares. I loved all the performances nominated but Camryn just takes it away. C’mon give the girl an award already.

Marla Adams by far has been wonderful in her role.
Misheal has been very good as well, second favorite after Marla.

This category is tough because it is a total battle of sentimental favourites versus current and trendy favourites. Lets rule out the Bolr and Beautiful chick right away. Sorry. No Emmy there. Camryn Grimes, a past Emmy winner, is always great, but her story was kind of weak this year. Hilary on Y and R…is SO reminiscent of Brenda Dickson as young Jill ,, she does deseve an Emmy. I think this competition though is down to the old timers, and it will be between Susan and Marla. The story of Davids death on Days however, was told too fast, her reaction was way too quick and over the top. I think Marla Adams had the kind of star turn that wins Emmy awards.


Camryn is also fabulous.

Marla Adams, for the win, no question!

Marla Adams for the win!

Boy what a tough choice each performer had a great reel of material for consideration. I think it will be one of the ladies from Y&R, and I would be happy with any of them— but out of the four of them I think Mishael had the strongest reel showcasing a variety of emotions- although Marla’s work was stellar, I believe her best work came after the stuff on her reel and is to come, so I will be rooting for her next year.

Camryn or Marla.

Marla adams did not have the best tape,but overall her performances throughout the year and her tenure from 83-86 gives her this award.

Marla Adams , deserves the award, Susan does too, either will win, CG, should be the winner, despite the backlash the show ,writers got for the direction of the storyline…….she is awesome.

I’ll go with Marla as well, with Camryn and Mishael close seconds. Hendrickson was good also, but JMW doesn’t even belong here. Y&R’s Amelia Heinle or Melissa Ordway (Victoria & Abby, respectively) are far more accomplished actresses.

I am so hoping for Marla Adams to win. Love Camryn Grimes and Mishael Morgan as well, but this is pretty much Marla’s last shot at the trophy and her decades of solid performances in daytime are so very deserving of acknowledgement and praise.

I think it is going to come down to Marla Adams or Camryn Grimes. Unfortunately, the writing for both has been so uneven that I would just give it to Elizabeth Hendrickson who at least had an arc under Sally Sussman’s tenure.

Marla has made the most of the material she has been given but sadly Dina’s Alzheimer’s storyline has been pretty lackluster with her character either being played for laughs or used to commit various crimes to provide something to watch other than local billionaires trying to buy a park, Devon’s off-camera search for the next American Idol, Scott’s total lack of chemistry with both Sharon and Abby, or Billy and Phyllis’ forced “comedic” antics.

Camryn Grimes’ coming out scene was outstanding…but then the show immediately dropped the storyline and is now hinting that Mariah is probably bi-sexual at most so it really negates the performance for me. I’ve read that the show caved to negative viewers’ complaints about the story and if that’s true then they shouldn’t have attempted to tell it in the first place. Writers come and go but viewers have very long memories and I find it very unbelievable that Mariah caught “the gays” for a few months and then got “all better.”

Based on the reels alone, this is a tossup for Marla Adams (Dina, Y&R) and Camryn Grimes (Mariah, Y&R). Their reels are the strongest in the category. However, had Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy, B&B) been able to nominate her scenes where Liam confronted her about sleeping with Bill and the baby potentially being his, then she would’ve been another contender. However, the other reels lack something in them.

Camryn Grimes–From submissions. She broke my heart

If only I liked the character of Julie! I would hand her the Emmy though because clearly she is doing the job, but Marla Adams would be my pick! I don’t even like or watch Y&R!

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2024 Daytime Emmys Red Carpet: Dashing Duos – Who’s Got the Look? (Photos)

At the 51st annual Daytime Emmy red carpet on Friday night and the Daytime Creative Arts ceremony on Saturday night, several couples stepped out for the first time at an award show arrivals, while enduring duos wowed the carpet and more.

From new and past Emmy winners, nominees, and fan favorites, popular stars walked the red carpet with their real-life loves, on-screen loves, or additional real-life family members.

Let’s take a look at what everyone was buzzing about during the the 2024 Daytime Emmys red carpet arrivals.

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General Hospital’s Steve Burton (Jason) stepped out on the carpet with his new lady love Michelle Lundstrom.

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The always elegant John McCook (Eric, B&B) and his lovely wife Laurette Spang-McCook.

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Lifetime Achievement Award honoree, Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki) stopped for a photo op with her longtime on-screen Genoa City love, Eric Braeden (Victor Newman).

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Enduring real-life couple Juliet Mills (ex-Tabitha, Passions) and Maxwell Caulfield (The Bay et al).

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B&B’s Scott Clifton (Liam) stepped out with his girlfriend, Elle Anderson on the 51st Daytime Emmys red carpet.

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The Talk’s Amanda Kloots brought her date … her young son, Elvis.

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And … B&B’s Ashley Jones brought her date, son Hayden Henricks to the red carpet, too!

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Stayla in the house! Days of our Lives longtime on-screen duo played by Mary Beth Evans and Stephen Nichols.

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A beautiful couple indeed, Susan Walters (Diane, Y&R) and Linden Ashby (ex-Cameron, Y&R, et al).

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B&B’s Annika Noelle (Hope) with her beau, John Patrick Amedori.

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Real-life lovebirds … Zooey Deschanel and Jonathan Scott.

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The “It” couple of the 2024 Daytime Emmys, Lifetime Achievement Award winners, Edward Scott and his wife, Y&R’s Melody Thomas Scott.

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B&B’s Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke) and longtime love, Dom Zoida.

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The hosts of the 2024 Daytime Emmy ceremonies, Entertainment Tonight’s, Nischelle Turner and Kevin Frazier strike a pose.

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DAYS Eric Martsolf not only brought his wife, Lisa but their twins sons, Mason and Chase, to their first Daytime Emmys red carpet!

So, which duo do you think compliment each other best in their red carpet style? Let us know in the comment section below.

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2024 Daytime Emmys Red Carpet: Men Duded Up – Who’s Got the Look? (Photos)

The men of daytime hit the 51st annual Daytime Emmy red carpet this past Friday night, and some again on Saturday night at the Daytime Creative Arts Emmy ceremony.

The gents wore everything to the bustling arrivals from” full tuxedos, to suits with open shirt and no tie, to a suit and tie from black and white to color.

New and past Emmy winners, many of this year’s nominees, fan favorites, popular TV hosts and actors, walked the carpet illustrating their fashion sensibility and comfort to the paparazzi in attendance.  Here’s a snap shot of some of the looks from Emmy night 2024 below with some of your favorite men from daytime.

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The Young and the Restless Sean Dominic (Nate) takes to the carpet in a crush black velvet jacket.

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B&B’s Tanner Novlan (Finn) looked dapper on the red carpet.

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Access Hollywood host, Scott Evans is too cool for school dressed in blue jacket and pants.

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GH’s Cameron Mathison (Drew) brings basic black to the carpet in style.

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General Hospital’s Evan Hofer (Dex) and Giovanni Mazza (Gio) take to the carpet in tuxedos.

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The Young and the Restless Bryton James (Devon) brought a dash of blue to the festivities.

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Days of our Lives star Greg Rikaart (Leo) looks cool as a cucumber on the red carpet in this black jacket.

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Y&R’s Jason Thompson (Billy) strikes a pose on the Emmy red carpet.

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Days of our Lives Dan Feuerriegel (EJ) all smiles on the red carpet.

So, who do you think wore it best? Which was your favorite look of the night from your favorite men from daytime television? Let us know in the c

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RATINGS: Daytime Emmy Audience Up 39% From Previous Year; Marking 4-Year High

Friday night’s 51st annual Daytime Emmy telecast on CBS drew solid numbers according to the overnight ratings. The ceremony brought in an average of 2.82 million total viewers making it the annual daytime kudofest’s largest audience in four years.

The last time the Emmys drew more eyeballs was during the virtual ceremony during the start of the Covid-19 pandemic back in June of 2020, which averaged 3.3 million total viewers.

Meanwhile, over at the network’s streaming companion, Paramount+, and according to TV Line, Friday’s Daytime Emmys were up over 87% from last year, to make it the largest live streaming audience to date for the show.

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The 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards featured 98-year-old television icon, Dick Van Dyke receiving the first Daytime Emmy in his career for his performance as Timothy Robicheaux on Days of our Lives in the Outstanding Guest Performer category.

In addition, Kelly Clarkson made a live appearance at the Daytime Emmys for the first time in several years, and her series, The Kelly Clarkson Show, took home the Outstanding Talk Show award for the fourth year in a row.

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Speaking of four in a row, Laura Wright (Carly, GH) and Steve Burton (Jason, GH) ripped open the final envelope of the night revealing that it was ABC’s General Hospital that would take home the coveted Outstanding Daytime Drama series award. That makes it the 17th time overall that the 61-year old soap opera has received this honor.

In the top acting prizes of the night, it was B&B’s Thorsten Kaye (Ridge) winning back-to-back Lead Actor Emmys, and Y&R’s Michelle Stafford taking home the gold for the third time in her career for her role as Genoa City’s Phyllis.

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The show also featured a touching In-Memoriam segment that reflected just the amount of loss and mourning the daytime community has gone through this past Emmy season, and Y&R’s Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) and her husband, producer B&B’s Edward Scott received the Lifetime Achievement Award honors.

What do you think of the preliminary ratings for the 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Award? Is it an encouraging sign that the daytime audience remains steadfast and die-hard? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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