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AMC & OLTL were pure Daytime Emmy Gold. There was Lucci winning & Slezak's record!

If you take a hard look at the facts; All My Children and One Life to Live have been record-setters and record breakers when it comes to winning Daytime Emmy Awards.  Tom O’Neil, the awards guru from the L.A. Times took a look back and who won from these shows, and how many! (We have made some corrections to the below from his original post, as the Times piece had a few missing dates and wins!)

“All My Children was voted best drama series three times in 1998, 1994 and 1992. David Canary (Adam) won five times in the lead actor race: 1993, 1989, 1988 , 1986 and 2001. Darnell Williams (1985) took that category too. Among lead actress champs were Dorothy Lyman (1983) and the very first star to win the Daytime Emmy for acting: Mary Fickett (1972). Susan Lucci lost 18 times before ultimately prevailing. When she finally held the Emmy in her grasp at the podium in 1999, she said, “There’s something to be said for anticipation. It’s not all bad.”

It’s shocking, One Life to Live won best drama series only once (2002). Erika Slezak won lead actress six times: 2005, 1996, 1995, 1992, 1986, 1984. Other lead actress champs: Susan Haskell ( 2009), Judith Light (1981, 1980), Hillary B. Smith (1994) and Robin Strasser (1982). Lead actor victors: Al Freeman Jr. (1979), Robert Woods (1983).”

The bottom line here is:  Some of the most deserving Best Actress winners  in the history of soapdom, were or are, on One Life to Live! And, who can ever forget La Lucci’s win over at AMC!  Let’s hope there are more accolades to come for OLTL and AMC at this year’s Daytime Emmys this June and next! Remember the series and the performers can still be eligible  in 2012’s race too!

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Skyla
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Skyla

It’s true All My Children and One Life To Live were and are phenomenal shows who have always exhibited tremendous talent. I really don’t know what ABC/Disney is thinking but if they think their station is in supposed trouble now, they are in for a rude awakening when these shows go off the air. This is one “revolution” daytime viewers will not be participating in, I hope the truth will be hard to swallow when Frons and Sweeney “chew” on that.

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Thanks Michael, still not giving up the fight… http://community-2.webtv.net/dw_m/saveoltl/index.html

Randie Walton
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Randie Walton

All My Children has lost much of what made it so good, so for long. Different writers, different stories are needed.
I can now see why it is going off the air.
OLTL is much better and should not be cancelled

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Mark Consuelos Exits ‘Riverdale’

Last night, All My Children alum, Mark Consuelos (Ex-Mateo Santos) made what appears to be his final appearance for now on CW’s soapy drama, Riverdale.

Consuelos departed Riverdale as a series regular on the season 5 finale, after coming on to the show in its second season in the role of villain, Hiram Lodge.

Riverdale executive producer and showrunner, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, shared with Deadline a statement on Consuelos contribution and run on the series: “From the moment Mark joined us, he was up for literally anything, a hundred percent committed to making Archie’s life a living hell. And what’s funny is, Mark couldn’t be more different from Hiram. A classy pro and the sweetest guy, always looking out for everyone. We wish Mark the best and hope this isn’t the last we’ve seen of Hiram Lodge.

Consuelos offered up these sentiments in a statement on his Riverdale exit: “First and foremost, I would like to thank Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa for this incredible opportunity. Never before has playing a character that was so bad, felt so good. Huge thanks to the Riverdale fandom, to the brilliant crew and amazing cast, whom I consider dear friends and family.”

So, will you miss seeing Mark on Riverdale? Elsewhere, still no word on the “Pine Valley” reboot in which Mark and wife, Kelly Ripa, are two of the executive producers of that many All My Children fans were hoping would come to fruition. Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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TONIGHT: Jacob Young in Lifetime Movie Network Premiere ‘My Daughter’s Double Life’

Premiering tonight, Lifetime Movie Network kicks-off his “Shocktober” with a thriller starring Jacob Young (All My Children, General Hospital and The Bold and the Beautiful) in the pivotal role as the leader of cult!

In My Daughter’s Double Life, previously titled, Fatal Following, the story follows Heather, a single mom who is desperate to find her daughter Ally when the teenager goes missing. After the police find Ally’s belongings on the riverbank, it’s presumed that she drowned in the river.  However, Heather isn’t so sure.

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While leaning on her minister and friend, Jack, Heather begins looking into her daughter’s things and is shocked to discover Ally was spending time with a group of troubled teens at a mysterious youth center.  That youth center is led by Bridger, played by Young.

The LMN movie also stars  Jacey Nichole and René Ashton.

You can watch a trailer for tonight below from Jacob’s Twitter account.

So, will you be checking out My Daughter’s Double Life, beginning at 8 pm EST Friday night? Comment below.

Friday Oct. 1st on @LMN ! Start your Shocktober off right! #shocktober pic.twitter.com/KxPSD2HFl3

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Beloved Soap Stars Left Out of 2021 Primetime Emmy Broadcast In-Memoriam Tribute

Last night, during the presentation of the 73rd annual Primetime Emmys broadcast on CBS, the annual In-Memoriam segment brought with it so many households names in a year that saw so many legacy talents and more pass away.

The tribute was performed by Leon Bridges and Jon Batiste to Bridge’s song, “River”, and as the images of the departed played across the screens from Cloris Leachman to Cicely Tyson, to Ed Asner to Michael K. Williams, and more, it was clear that several of the major late daytime soap stars were not included in the on-air tribute as well as other omissions.

Now granted, we know they will all be a part of next year’s 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards in-memoriam segment, but still these actors were a part of this community and not only appeared on the soaps, but other shows as well.

Those that daytime fans noticed were not included were: Michael Nader (Ex-Dex Dexter and Dimitri Marick, Dynasty and All My Children) Stuart Damon (Ex-Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital), Ray MacDonnell (Ex-Joe Martin, All My Children) and Jay Pickett (Ex-Frank Scanlon, Port Charles).

From primetime MIA action were: Michael Constantine (Ex-Room 222), Tanya Roberts (Ex-Charlie’s Angeles), Director, Richard Donner, writer Larry McMurty, and DMX, to name but a few.

However, the Television Academy did list all of its members who died on their website in the In-Memoriam section, because due to time constraints, they could not possibly showcase everyone.

What do you feel about the omissions of Nader, Damon, MacDonnell, Pickett, and more from the In-Memoriam tribute? Let us know in the comment section, but first watch the segment.

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