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47th Annual Daytime Emmy Nominations Announced: GH Scores Most Nods, DAYS Follows

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) announced today the nominees for the 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which will be presented in a two-hour special on Friday, June 26 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Awards will be presented in leading categories during the telecast, with recipients and other special guests appearing from home in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional categories will be announced simultaneously on Twitter (@DaytimeEmmys), and others will be presented in a separate ceremony in July.

The awards are presented to individuals and programs broadcast between 2:00 am and 6:00 pm, as well as certain categories of digital and syndicated programming of similar content and that originally premiered in calendar-year 2019.

Show to show, and leading all daytime programming: General Hospital received the most nominations overall with 23, followed by Days of our Lives with 22.  The Young and the Restless was next with 21, followed by The Bold and the Beautiful with 13.  They were followed by the digital drama series, EastSiders and Studio City who scored 8 nominations, along with The View, Ghostwriter and Sesame Street.

Now below are the nominees in all the daytime and digital drama categories and congratulation to all of the nominees.  Here we go, and the nominees are ….


The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS

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After Forever Amazon Prime Video

The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

DARK/WEB Amazon Prime Video

Eastsiders Netflix

Studio City Amazon Prime Video


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Finola Hughes as Anna Devane General Hospital ABC

Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Heather Tom as Katie Logan The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Maura West as Ava Jerome General Hospital ABC

Arianne Zucker as Nicole Walker Days of Our Lives NBC



Rowin Amone as Ester Issa Rae Presents King Ester

Mary Beth Evans as Sara Garrett The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

Jade Harlow as Lianna Ramos The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

Cady Huffman as Lisa After Forever Amazon Prime Video

Shanti Lowry as Yolanda Rodriguez Bronx SIU UMC / Amazon Prime Video


Steve Burton as Jason Morgan General Hospital ABC

Thorsten Kaye as Ridge Forrester The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Jon Lindstrom as Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain General Hospital ABC

Thaao Penghlis as Tony DiMera Days of Our Lives NBC

Jason Thompson as Billy Abbott The Young and the Restless CBS

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Kristos Andrews as Pete Garrett The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

Alex Hurt as Adam The Rehearsal

Brad James as Cameran Jr. A House Divided UMC / Amazon Prime Video

Sean Kanan as Sam Stevens Studio City Amazon Prime Video

Brian White as Jimmy Blue Bronx SIU UMC / Amazon Prime Video

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Tamara Braun as Dr Kim Nero General Hospital ABC

Rebecca Budig as Hayden Barnes General Hospital ABC

Susan Seaforth Hayes as Julie Williams Days of Our Lives NBC

Christel Khalil as Lily Winters The Young and the Restless CBS

Annika Noelle as Hope Logan The Bold and the Beautiful CBS



Tina Benko as Helen The Rehearsal

Veanne Cox as Lenora Indoor Boys

Patrika Darbo as Violet Studio City Amazon Prime Video

Carolyn Hennesy as Gloria Studio City Amazon Prime Video

Janet Hubert as Mignon Issa Rae Presents King Ester

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Mark Grossman as Adam Newman The Young and the Restless CBS

Bryton James as Devon Hamilton The Young and the Restless CBS

Wally Kurth as Justin Kiriakis Days of Our Lives NBC

Chandler Massey as Will Horton Days of Our Lives NBC

James Patrick Stuart as Valentin Cassadine General Hospital ABC

Paul Telfer as Xander Kiriakis Days of Our Lives NBC



Willam Belli as Douglas / Gomorrah Ray Eastsiders Netflix

Leith M. Burke as Derrick Eastsiders Netflix

Tristan Rogers as Doc Studio City Amazon Prime Video

Lenny Wolpe as Carl After Forever Amazon Prime Video

Gregory Zarian as Nate Venice the Series

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Sasha Calle as Lola Rosales The Young and the Restless CBS

Olivia Rose Keegan as Claire Brady Days of Our Lives NBC

Katelyn MacMullen as Willow Tait General Hospital ABC

Eden McCoy as Josslyn Jacks General Hospital ABC

Thia Megia as Haley Chen Days of Our Lives NBC

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Elissa Kapneck as Sasha The Young and the Restless CBS

Michael Knight as Martin Grey General Hospital ABC

Eva LaRue as Celeste Rosales The Young and the Restless CBS

Jeffrey Vincent Parise as Simon Black The Young and the Restless CBS

Chrishell Stause as Jordan Ridgeway Days of Our Lives NBC

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Rene Heger as Zack Sullivan DARK/WEB Amazon Prime Video

Mary Beth Peil as Helen After Forever Amazon Prime Video

Scott Turner Schofield as Max Studio City Amazon Prime Video

Lin Shaye as Diane Eastsiders Netflix

Graham Sibley as Zack DARK/WEB Amazon Prime Video



The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS

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After Forever Amazon Prime Video

The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

Eastsiders Netflix

Issa Rae Presents King Ester

Studio City Amazon Prime Video



The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS

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The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

Bronx SIU UMC / Amazon Prime Video

DARK/WEB Amazon Prime Video

Issa Rae Presents King Ester

Studio City Amazon Prime Video



DARK/WEB Amazon Prime Video

Days of Our Lives NBC

Pillow Talk

The Young and the Restless CBS

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Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS



The Bay The Series Amazon Prime Video

The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Eastsiders Netflix

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS

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Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS



The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS



The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS

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The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS



After Forever Amazon Prime Video

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS



The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

DARK/WEB Amazon Prime Video

Days of Our Lives NBC

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS

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The Bold and the Beautiful CBS

Days of Our Lives NBC

Eastsiders Netflix

General Hospital ABC

The Young and the Restless CBS



“The Bad Guys?” Brainwashed By Toons

“Everything Changed” The Feels

“North Star” General Hospital ABC

“A Holiday Carol – The Holidays Are Here”

93rd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade NBC

“Hooray Hooray, We’re On Our Way”

93rd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade NBC

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93rd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day NBC

Hate Among Us Popstar TV

Sesame Street’s 50th Anniversary Celebration HBO

This Old House: 40th Anniversary Special PBS

The Young and the Restless: Kristoff St. John Tribute CBS



Days of Our Lives “Flash Forward” NBC

Dr. Phil “Rodney Reed” SYNDICATED Jeopardy!

“Jeopardy! All Star Games” SYNDICATED

Nick Jr Paw Patrol Ready, Race, Rescue: Trailer Nickelodeon
Spirit Riding Free: Spirit of Christmas

“Launch” Netflix The Star Wars Show

“Stars Wars Animals: The Trench Run”

The full list of nominees in all categories is available at 

So, who are you thrilled to see nominated from your favorite daytime and digital dramas? Who do you think is MIA? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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Well, Best Soap nomination?-id pick those same four for this category-lol…Steve Burton nominated?-i did not know Sonny’s shadow could be nominated-lol

You slay us !


Steve Burton less ?

he walks back IN … with an emmy from Genoa City… gets nominated twice.. back in the lead

hot off the trail loss ?

his eyes do not steal the show… the stoic prose; eyes ahead of him

SWOON easy at less stock.. come on market value still their?

let Steve Burton loose.. we audience get him

we lose

Some interesting noms. Some I wouldn’t have included and some I would include are not. Well, good luck to all.

Speaking to the acting nominees related to GH:

Lead Actor
How is Steve Burton in this category when Jason plays a supporting role to Sonny, to Carly, to Michael and even Sam! Does rescuing Sam for the umpteenth time deserve a nomination?

If the nomination period is for calendar year 2019, then Jon Lindstrom was lead for the first few months, but definitely supporting once Ryan was tucked away in Pentonville. He should have beaten Maurice last year in this category. If Jason Thompson doesn’t win, Lindstrom should.

Lead Actress
The consensus was Maura would walk away with this award last year, but did not win. Her scenes in Shadybrooke should clinch it.

Finola took half the year off and gets nominated in lead? She should get a special award for just putting up with the horrendous storyline she’s been given.

Supporting Actor
James Patrick Stuart is the appropriate nominee in this category.

Supporting Actress
Rebecca Budig brought both a likability and a vulnerability to a previously underdeveloped character in her return that totally warrants her nomination.

While Braun made the most of her poorly executed storyline, Kathleen Gati (Liesl) should’ve been nominated instead. She steals almost every scene she’s in.

Younger Performer
While both MacMullen and McCoy carry their weight, the real standouts among the younger set are William Lipton (Cam) and Sydney McKayla (Trina).

Guest Performer
The fake accent alone should’ve ruled out Knight. Bonnie Burroughs made a small character like Gladys into someone you wanted to see more of (especially how she got under Carly’s skin) and should’ve been acknowledged.

Maura West losing last year was one of the biggest travesties I have witnessed in a long time. 2020 will be her redemption.

I hope so but Arianne Zucker was amazing during the fiery scenes where Holly was “dead” (she wasn’t) and she was playing Kristen masquerading as Nicole. Either one would be a great winner!

Zucker is the only other person I’d be happy with winning; also, nice to see you hear, Mr. Griffin, from the YT reunions!

I disagree with you about Rebecca Budig, who didn’t resonate with me at all. Tamara Braun should win for her scenes during and after Oscar’s death, which moved me to tears. and yes, Michael E Knight’s accent alone should disqualify him! But the worst nominees by far are Thaao Penghlis and Thia Megia ):

A lot of good nominations! Some head scratchers, too. But this wouldn’t be the noms without the mix. I am sooo looking forward to seeing the show on CBS! Thank You to CBS for giving our soaps so love.

No Max Gail (GH)!!!, no Stacey Haiduk (DAYS), no Freddie Smith (DAYS), no Suzanne Rodgers (DAYS)!!! no Camila Banus (DAYS). No Cynthia Watros (GH). No Rebecca Herbst (GH).

Powerful performances from Max Gail, Stacey Haiduk, and SUZANNE RODGERS!!

Does Herbst even submit herself for consideration? She’s one of the most underrated actresses in daytime.

I’m not sure who does and doesn’t submit their own work on the soaps. All I know is the soap stars I mentioned (for me) deserved nominations. I don’t know the politics of it all. But, damn, like Suzanne Rodgers (DAYS) has been so brilliant, SO brilliant!

I am happy that The View got a nomination for Best Informative Talk Show!

I know that Camila Banus and Freddie Smith submitted but I am not sure about the others. I wish we would be provided with the information about who submitted and in which category, and also if we had been given the pre-nominees list. I am worried they will withhold what they submitted.

I do not know if Becky submits or not years ago when we had the Jason hysteria over who he should be it’s Sam or Liz the hysterical fans were so nasty to both actresses I really think it took its toll . She could read the phone book and bring you to tears she is that good. She is like a tiny little porcelain doll with all this emotion and range she should have a mantle full of emmys ! That’s why I just don’t get it so the emmys have for years been disappointing to me!

What a pitiful bunch for lead actor. One-note Steve Burton? Are you kidding me? I honestly can’t choose among them because they all play basically the same note over and over. Maybe Jason Thompson, on days when he chooses to try, but he seems bored to me on Y&R. His fire has somehow been dampened. The only nomination I’m really excited about is Paul Telfer. Probably a long shot but finally there’s once again a villain in daytime that people love to hate. He gives every scene he is in a boost of energy, even finding eyebrow-raising humor in heavy drama scenes. That’s a skill, and what supporting characters are meant to do. He’s a star. Next year, based on the scenes we’ve been watching lately, he might deservedly quality for lead actor.

YES YES YES ! ” thank you ” @sonnior… for the “credible” reason… Paul Telfer deserves to be

LOVE THE love to hate Villain character. I love reading .. his story in SOD and on this site… PLUS all the great @DAYS podcast… he genuinely LOVES this genre, the pace, the in the moment excitement for putting his craft on air. THANK the higher powers for bringing this soul back time and again.. and this time around as a genuine all around reach. LOL I love the story with Sarah.. because it’s sincerely sweet to watch his bumbling care of… love of… desire to be… his’ to and fro with his nemesis Brady AND Eric.. and every one else in Salem… he fits

Paul Telfer for the WIN … why not ? we like him… get that panel of expertise

Mixed feelings as always. Thaao Penghlis is NOT a lead actor! He was a guest performer, on for very few episodes, and not very good imo. I am only happy with Jon Lindstrom and Jason Thompson in Best Actor, rooting for Jon to win. Roger Howarth deserved to win for 2019 – did he submit?

I love Maura West and Arianne Zucker for Best Actress – either would make me happy. I do not understand why they love Heather Tom so much – she already has 5 Emmys, and that is plenty – enough already! Where is Camila Banus? Disappointing.

Any of the 3 Days actors in Supporting Actor or Mark Grossman. I can’t stand the character of Valentin – JPS is a good actor but not thrilled by it. Bryton James probably submitted from Neil’s death.Hoping for Chandler Massey or 2nd choice Paul Telfer – happiest nomination for me, since it is his first nomination! Wally Kurth has the one great scene when Justin visits Will in prison.

Supporting Actress is a mess – did Suzanne Rogers not submit? She deserved it for 2019 (and so far for 2020 too). But out of these I pick Tamara Braun for Oscar’s death. Rebecca Budig and Christel Khalil were guest performers. I don’t like Annika Noelle but acknowledge the baby switch reveal scenes were her best acting performances. I would swap Susan Seaforth Hayes for Suzanne Rogers.

No Garen Sitt or William Lipton, but they nominate Thia Megia for a nothing performance? I was really unhappy with their combining the categories.

There are no words for how awful the Guest Performer nominees are this year. No Robin Strasser? (Did she submit?).

So really mixed. GH ought to win for Series, Directing and Writing for Oscar’s death, and I would pick Jon Lindstrom, Maura West, Tamara Braun and Eden McCoy for acting wins, along with Chandler Massey and Chrishell Stause. Here’s hoping there are no really terrible wins this year, and at least a few of my first choices win.

this is a joke !! no Max Gail ….2 supp actress from GH gone from the show… this a message they are sending the producers of the show……Steve Burton …WTF !! Valentin Cassadine french accent …Ma the worst!

I disagree – I love the way Valentine talks to Charlotte with such love. His accent is adorable.

There are some really surprising names on this list. I only watch GH, so that’s the only show I can comment on. I love Finola Hughes, but she was away from GH for a good part of the year, and I honestly can’t think of anything all that great that she did. Mostly due to the total butcher job the writers have done on the Anna Devane character.

Rebecca Budig, she was back for what, like a month?

Steve Burton as Lead Actor, all due respect to Steve, but no.

No Max Gail is a travesty. I know he won last year and deservedly so, but he should have at the very least been nominated again. The work he’s done with his hauntingly realistic portrayal of Alzheimer’s has been an acting master class.

Michael Knight and his bad Colonel Sanders fake Southern accent, I’ll take a pass on that one.

I don’t get why they eliminated the Younger Actor category. I’m all for gender equality, but this was really unnecessary. And then they nominated all girls in the category on top of it, so all the guys get shut out. Where is William Lipton? This one really blew up in the face of NATAS.

On the positive, hopefully Maura West gets the Emmy she should have gotten last year. She’s gold in whatever they give her to do. Jon Lindstrom very arguably could have won last year. I was thrilled Maurice Benard did. Would love to see Jon finally pick up a statue, although the Kevin/Ryan storyline really peaked in 2018. I’m thrilled for James Patrick Stuart, talk about long overdue.

I clearly, agree; Maura West and Jon Lindstrom , were robbed

this years echelon , dim cheer ?

for best actor’ : I’ve only read about Jason Thompson… we have long memory

Thaao Penghlis WOULD BE shoot out of the dark… way better than Burton, Kaye. NOT EVEN worth word just don’t

the other one Jon , getting his just due ! take it back from Maurice

your choice

bang ! Thaao

Heather Tom is not a lead actress on B&B she shows up for a two week crisis that’s it, for me I would be happy if Lang won she has been on that show for 30 years as for lead actor who cares not happy with any choices MG/ Adam he ate up the show for a year and yet he puts himself in supporting the same with the actress who plays Hope ate the show up and yet the actress put herself in supporting this is exactly why the award show is a mess


Maurice Benard – AND – Laura Wright ARE NOT nominated

YES ! rejoice that Carly and Sonny continue to drag General Hospital down

How on earth could they have left out Max Gail?! HIs portrayal of Mike Corbin has been amazing – touching, realistic and heartfelt. He’s an enormous talent, and provided such insight into the sad and devastating effects of Alzheimer’s. Max, you were robbed.

Heather Tom is not a Lead Actress Please!!!!she comes on and does a crisis story for two weeks and gone the rest of the year. KKL please hand the Emmy to her she has basically carried the show for thirty years and she is a decent actress liked by her peers in fact I have never heard a unkind word about her ever. Concerning the rest I have no opinion because I have not been invested and think the shows are all struggling . I still think it is a popularity contest .

K/kay, I totally agree about KKL, so long overdue and I so hope she finally wins an Emmy…Regarding Heather Tom, she is one of my if not top favorite actress ever, IMO Heather is a powerhouse performer but I feel the same about KKL, love them both…

“K/kay” your heart walk

June 12, 2019. 11 months ago… forever change

my husband collapse

severe inflammation of pancreatitis

9 months later; the light came

by the wayside; left General Hospital ; even @DAYS wasn’t given full ignite

“there was no MORE vomit’ing”

my husband Lives

he coded; month after month ; antibiotic’

these two months past have erased … ALL of it ? the 9 month ??? define wherewithal ? I struggled with life “AND” death ‘mine

side by side we still miss

it’s as little as getting his feed tube out ; he was ecastatic when his PIC Line was gone.

“I voiced often”; my job, on the side, was to keep him clean AND pain free as possible.. two of his doctors ; 1. every thing he has is treatable. 2. you will walk again and eat again.

What happened to the gap between start and light? give me

i’m not holding on to that dark? “you came back from the dead, and do?”

every thing has come back.. except sex.. and/or physical passion between any and all married couple

sex his rekindled… rapt.. LOL brokeback or make up sex backs in

both our mindset is moving on , hopefully, prior to all this ; our new lives will reach each other.

we have this live picket fence, our home , we built together… complete enough… so I feel that.. and feel energy with? moving on with 13 years experience

You know

covid CLOSED IN’ hit us as we left again, hospital March 20, 2020. isolation

two months out of the hosp… 20 pounds heavier… past spring comes heated summer

one of his doctors clearly shared it would take a year. you just couldn’t believe it. I still call all this miraculous…it’s easier to forget those 9 months, because my life partner, has his life back

I wish for more words between he and I. not because we haven’t said ;

it’s not even covid that stalls; Our two hearts still thumping

that white picket fence is still our haven, whereas’ Ms. K/kay your sister , blood, has walked on ;

Godspeed your journey

i’m able to pick back up what was… a husband… that 9 month gap still where

it’s easy to pick back up till the next wrangle go between means that much

Patrick sorry for your loss and yes it is tough sister J just passed away three weeks ago but she was just a shell of herself she went into renal failure and suffered for ten days she walks with the angels now and face if and barking orders. I posted twice did not mean to in case anyone thinks I have lost it! You take care of yourself!

I apologize for my ^^^ writing… on such a personal journey. I wanted to acknowledge you, because alztheimer’ is the biggest , in my opinion, illness . he’s still with… back like it never happened ? going on 2 months… now he hates me telling him what to do… following covid protocol… he was so sick, K/kay. we will find our way back to enjoying our home fully. complete with dog , she’ll be 14 in july, complete with our singing canary. I will share what one couple who shared in our circle… as he cared for his wife thru breast cancer.. “there are many more people going thru, more than you know” I held on to this and what the two doctors shared. Godspeed to your flight I will light a candle tonight for sister J. Thank you for sharing

Thanks Patrick only good thoughts for you both and the pooch !

We have a 12 year old schnauzer that is a god send all I can tell you is dogs heal the heart great comfort she is our fifth in our marriage and I tell you they all bring comfort and love I am sure your pet was great comfort to you !

One last thought we have a real problem with people who do not love animals as my husband says you can’t trust them lol

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Billy Miller’s Mother Issues Statement On His Passing

Patricia Miller, the mother of the late Billy Miller, has come forward and issued a touching statement on the tragic death of her beloved son at age 43.  The statement was shared by Billy’s longtime manager, Marnie Sparer, via social media.

Billy was best-known for his performances as Richie Nowack on All My Children, Billy Abbott of The Young and the Restless and Jason Morgan/Drew Cain on General Hospital, as well as countless primetime roles.  Throughout his career, Miller took home three Daytime Emmys for his work.

“I would like to share the following thoughts,” Patricia began. “I want to personally thank the many fans & personal friends for the overwhelming amount of love, prayers & condolences sent to me and my family on the devastating death of my beautiful son BJ – Billy Miller.”

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Patricia continued with these sentiments, as she wanted to clear up any misinterpretations on this death: “He fought a long hard valiant battle with bipolar depression for years. He did everything he could to control the disease. He loved his family, his friends and his fans but in the end the disease won the fight and he surrendered his life. The other causes of death being told are not true. I wish they were but they just aren’t. We all loved him so much and are desperately trying to deal with our loss. I will have nothing further to say. Thanks for the love and support.”

The soap world as well as Billy’s family, friends, loved ones, and colleagues are in deep mourning for this talented man, who was gone too soon.

Share your thoughts, and send your condolences to Patricia Miller and the rest of Billy’s family, via the comment section below.

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‘The Talk’, Jennifer Hudson Show & Drew Barrymore Show Postpone Return to Production Due to Strikes

Following the backlash received by Drew Barrymore on her decision to return to production of her talk show amid the writers and actors strike, major behind the scenes changes have been implemented for three daytime television talk shows.

First, Barrymore changed course and announced on Sunday via Instagram, “I have listened to everyone, and I am making the decision to pause the show’s premiere until the strike is over.  I have no words to express my deepest apologies to anyone I have hurt and, of course, to our incredible team who works on the show and has made it what it is today. We really tried to find our way forward. And I truly hope for a resolution for the entire industry very soon.”

Next. CBS announced that The Talk, originally scheduled to resume today on Monday, September 18th, will put another pause in production in place. The official statement read: “The Talk is pausing its season premiere scheduled for September 18, CBS said in a statement. We will continue to evaluate plans for a new launch date.” WGA picketers targeted The Talk outside their CBS Radford studios since it announced its imminent return.

The Talk, co-hosted by Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, Jerry O’Connell and Sheryl Underwood, went dark in May due to the writers strike.

Third, The Jennifer Hudson Show has followed the lead of ‘Drew’ and The Talk.  According to Deadline, a source close to the production confirmed that after much discussion, and at Hudson’s urging, the show is pausing production and its season two premiere, which was slated for Monday, September 18.

For the remaining daytime talkers, here is the status as of now:  Monday, Sherri Shepherd’s talk show Sherri will return.  It is not considered a ‘struck show’ covered by the Writers Guild of America.

Meanwhile, The Kelly Clarkson Show which moved from Los Angeles to New York City this summer has yet to announce a season premiere date yet. Finally, The View, which normally has two WGA writers on staff, has been airing during the strikes but withouts its writers.

So, what do you think about the decision of Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Hudson and The Talk to suspend production after they intended to move forward during the writers strike? Comment below.

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Billy Miller Remembered by His GH and Y&R Co-Stars As They Share Grief on His Passing

UPDATED: On Sunday, longtime friends and co-stars of actor Billy Miller took to social media to share their remembrances and sorrow on the passing of the three-time Daytime Emmy-winning star.

Miller passed away on Friday, September 15th as first reported and confirmed by Michael Fairman TV.  While the official cause of death has not been revealed, it has been related to the press by his management that Billy was suffering from manic depression.

Billy played Jason Morgan/Drew Cain on General Hospital from 2014-2019, and prior to that won 3 Daytime Emmys for his role as Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless from 2008-2014.  He started his soap career on All My Children in the role of Richie Novack back in 2007-2008.

Below are just some of the tributes pouring in for Billy:

Eric Braeden: “We lost BILLY MILLER! It saddens me deeply! He was a very gifted actor! Amelia(Victoria) and I took him to dinner one evening while he was in tough negotiations, and I remember telling him to reconsider, because rarely is an actor given a part that describes him almost perfectly, and to not make the mistake I had seen some actors make over my 60’years in the business, that they are indispensable! Once an actor thinks that or is told that by some sycophants, they step onto a slippery road…usually to oblivion! “BILLY BOY” was not only a damn good actor but a nice man! May he rest in peace and meet up with KRISTOFF in the BEYOND, ‘the undiscovered country from whose bourn no Traveller returns “ and tell each other jokes! They were both loved by their colleagues!”

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Melissa Claire Egan: “My beautiful friend. I love you. I’m so sad. And I’m so sorry.”

Chrishell Stause: “Still processing this. Too many feelings, but you are gone too soon and I’m so happy I got to work with you all those years, but also call you a friend. I hope you are at peace now ”

Jess Walton:RIP to my precious Billy Miller. You were and ARE  much loved by all of us who knew you”

Daniel Goddard: “The world is going to be just that little bit more dull without you in it… you had that “it” factor that lit up every room you were in. Rest In Peace Mate ”

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Nancy Lee Grahn: “So very sorry to hear this very sad and unexpected news. I would like very much for my beloved General Hospital to have no more of it. #RIPBillyMiller

Eileen Davidson: “I’m so sad to hear of Billy Miller’s passing. His infectious charm and warmth left lasting impressions on all of us who were lucky enough to have him in our lives. I’m gonna miss that mischievous smile. Love you Billy.”

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Jason Thompson” “I’m so sorry and saddened to hear about my friend, Billy Miller. Heartbreaking. He was funny, had a great laugh and very talented. Light and love to his family and friends.”

Brad Bell: “Billy Miller was a great man and a gifted actor. Billy left an indelible mark on The Young and the Restless with his brilliant portrayal of Billy Abbott. He will be sorely missed.”

Stephen Nichols: “Sure gonna miss you, man.”

Finola Hughes: “Billy … far too soon … peace be with you”

Kin Shriner: “Very sad to hear about Billy Miller I so enjoyed his time on @GeneralHospital He was a really good guy and funny and kind to all !RIP Billy”

Jon Lindstrom: “Billy was gifted. He was also good-natured, smart, funny, and always impressed me as a great friend to those close to him. He didn’t blink when I asked him to put on this shirt to help raise up the marginalized artists in our industry. He always seemed to have his heart in the right place and I always laughed when I was around him. #FlightOfAngels#RIP #BillyMiller #bereft”

Frank Valentini: “I am devastated to hear news of the incredibly talented Billy Miller’s passing. On behalf of the entire (General Hospital) family, our hearts go out to his family and friends during this difficult time.”

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Elizabeth Hendrickson: “Today I should have been sending you a Happy Birthday text BJ. Truth be told i hated calling you BJ but that’s what your closest friends /family called you. I eventually caved. The last couple years we kept in touch through birthdays and monumental moments or when we wanted to vent about “ work”. You gave me a lot of advise. When i understood it always mumbling your words. We always joked about that.
We didn’t text or talk often. But I’m glad the last couple times we did, we had a great banter like we used to. I knew that we always held a special place in each others hearts, no matter what. You were such an amazing friend to your inner circle. They were your family. You would do ANYTHING for them. That’s who really were. As loyal as they came. I’m sad and yes, mad at myself that I wasn’t being a better friend, checking in more often because I was thinking of you recently. I was. I hope you know that we are all here now texting each other, sending pictures and sharing memories of how fucking AWESOME you were. This hole in my heart will never be filled. Goodnight, sweet Billy.”

Scott Clifton: “This is not fair. We deserved so much more of him. Rest in peace, Billy. You’re immortal now.”

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Coby Ryan McLaughlin (ex-Shiloh, GH): “Man… this sucks. Billy and I played on GH together for nearly a year. He was intense, focused, cool and kind. He knew the hamster wheel that I was about to start spinning on all too well, and always made himself available to help the new guy….. Rest easy, man…

Michael Muhney (ex-Adam, Y&R):  “Billy, My fellow Texas brother. You lit up every room with your smile. Your quiet intensity onscreen was second only to your gentle kindness and genuine care in private. We recently shared work on an Apple series, and your encouragements during and after that process, and your kindness over the years are now but a few of the things I’ll hold on to as warm memories of you. What a big heart you had. You were bigger and braver and bolder than this life. You were legend. There is no landing to this final cliffhanger, the wings you’ve spent your lifetime earning have carried you up to that wonderful place in the sky. Happy Birthday Billy Miller.”

The Young and the Restless:The daytime community mourns the loss of Billy Miller who graced Y&R with his talent for many years as Billy Abbott. Our deepest sympathies to his family and loved ones.”

Kathleen Gati: “I am beyond sad to hear this tragic news.#BillyMiller was always so kind, professional and a wonderfully talented colleague  @GeneralHospital Deepest condolences to his family, friends and fans.”

TK Weaver: “Devastated. Hard to find words. You always gave me such good advice. You were always there for me. You were an amazing person. #BillyMiller I’ll never forget you. Please join me in praying for his family and loved ones.”

Greg Rikaart: Generous, passionate, fun, soulful and brilliant Billy. Can you just imagine the reunion between him and Jeanne? I can. Rest well, dear Billy

Sean Kanan: “Shocked and saddened to hear that Billy Miller is no longer with us. He was a terrific actor and always kind when we would see each other. I pray that his family and friends find comfort and peace during this unimaginably difficult time. #BillyMiller #YR”

Share your remembrances for Billy Miller and his work and performances on Y&R, GH and AMC below.  But first, check out Michael Fairman TV’s interview with Billy following his Daytime Emmy win for Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2014.


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