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BREAKING NEWS: Update on Daytime Emmys from Romanovich!

As previously reported Associated Television International’s Jim Romanovich was going to have some updated news on IF The Daytime Emmys will be televised this year, and what decision has been agreed upon by NATAS, a broadcaster. and ATI as the production entity who has the option again this year to produce the telecast. Romanovich told On-Air On-Soaps the following exclusively:

Romanovich on Daytime Emmy Update:  “As of today, I can tell you that if we go forward, I have a television offer for the event in prime time nationwide, PLUS a second run option on a sister broadcaster should we opt for this.  We are still awaiting NATAS’ final decision about the venue and the concept. Oh, yes.  There IS a concept that will be a first for the Daytime Emmys.  If they agree, we’re in business.  If they don’t agree, then they have a place selected that will most likely be for a non-televised event.  It will then be our choice as to whether we want to produce it for television or not because ultimately when people see the show, they’re going to judge the production which will have our stamp all over it.

People constantly ask me if this will be the last Daytime Emmys.  As far as an event, I doubt it.  As far as a television event, it depends.  I can’t imagine anyone doing and risking what we do in order to make this happen.  With that being said, these last two days I’ve seen something great happen.  There’s a buzz about the Daytime Emmys with sponsorships and with the broadcasters that are in direct response to the renaissance we brought to last year’s show.  What was dead in early 2009, was shown to be very much alive that August.  This week, I have seen the reaction to the Daytime Emmys as not just being alive, but now regarded as a thriving event.  A big deal! This, however, doesn’t guarantee a 2011 televised event.  Many things have to happen with the 2010 event of which I think we’ve got covered that are ready to go as soon as we’re given the word.  But the biggest factor, fans aside, is the daytime community itself.  They have to support this.  They can’t toss it aside and not show up or dismiss it in the press.  That negativity is like kerosene for the press. I have never looked at the Daytime Emmys as a competition as I really don’t care who wins.  If we’re on TV, we all win, right?  Let’s celebrate the fact that we’re here, we’re having a good time, and we’re not going anywhere. Not this year.  So, I’m appealing to my friends at ALL of the daytime shows to support us in supporting them IF having this on television is important to them.  But if 2010 is the last televised event with us involved and it happens how we want it to happen, it will be a fitting end to a remarkable era.”

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Betsy Knapp
Betsy Knapp

I have a sinking feeling that this will be the last year of televised Emmy Awards, and maybe, not even this year.

Who or what can we blame on the demise of some Soaps, and lack of interest in others? Is it just the end of a cycle of make-believe? Is the Internet drawing Soap viewers away? General Hospital has produced some darn good episodes during February Sweeps. If Soaps are forced out of daytime, would there be a home for them on primetime channels? And I’m not talking about re-runs on top of re-runs. I don’t have the answer. Does anyone?

d. edwards
d. edwards

I hope this years emmys broadcast is better thought out than last years. I’m sorry, but the extremely long song and dance routines by Vanessa Williams and the fashion show were just rediculous and lame. It took away time from what was really important. Guiding Light’s tribute was what I mainly tuned in to see because I had watched it my whole life, and they were robbed. I think they need to rethink their view of what the average daytime viewer really tunes in to see.

a. johnson
a. johnson

I agree with Betsy Knapp, I’ve had that same sinking feeling about the future of daytime dramas (soaps) for quite a long time now. The genre seems to be under attack for some reason. In times like these we need an escape from reality (suspend disbelief, call it a well-deserved time-out, if you will). Just don’t call it “Game Over”. I read recently from several different sources, that production costs, are a major sticking point for daytime dramas DOOL, ATWT, AMC and others to continue to be made. Well, someone mentioned cutting the 1-hour running times to 30 minutes. That, in itself should reduce costs, keep people doing the work they love and keep the fans entertained. It is a good place to start, in my opinion.

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Melissa Reeves Talks On DAYS Time-Jump; Paul Telfer & Eric Martsolf Chat Between Their Scenes On ‘Inside Salem’ Podcast

On the latest episode of NBC’s Inside Salem: Days of our Lives Podcast, the special guest is enduring DAYS star, Melissa Reeves (Jennifer), who found herself as the catalyst for the year time-jump and flash-forward that fans are now watching play out on the daytime drama series.

Last week, Jennifer was pushed off a balcony following her wedding to Jack by Princess Gina.  And on last Friday’s cliffhanger, Jennifer woke up out of a coma to learn from Jack that she has been asleep for a year.

Now with a year having passed in Salem, Jennifer learns bits of information of what has happened to her loved ones.  Meanwhile, Eve is in lock-up for the crime against Jennifer, and it appears Jennifer cannot put the pieces together of who pushed her on that fateful night to clear Eve.

In addition during the podcast, Melissa chats with host Michael Fairman on the passing of John Clarke (Ex-Mickey), and being one of the core characters tied to the legacy of the Hortons – the first family of Salem.

As to the initial reaction to the time-jump, Melissa reveals that the entire cast was very excited, but all the pressure of the attention to detail was discussed with make-up, hair, and in the writing and production.

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Reeves shares the entire DAYS team was up for the challenge. Melissa also reveals during the dramatic scenes where Jennifer’s family was acting emotional circles around her, that she fell asleep during her scenes while she was playing Jennifer in a coma.

Later, Paul Telfer and Eric Martsolf have a little hang out discussion in between scenes, that is often hilarious when you can imagine getting Xander and Brady, and their real-life portrayers, Paul and Eric, in the same room in front of a microphone.

To listen to the latest podcast go to iTunes and download here, or head on over to NBC.com/InsideSalem.

Now below, let us know your thoughts on what Melissa shared regarding the latest developments one-year later for Jennifer Horton Deveraux, and the DAYS time-jump in the comment section below.

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Tristan Rogers Making A Return To Y&R

General Hospital favorite, Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio) is returning to his other soap stomping grounds that of Genoa City and The Young and the Restless. Rogers is slated to reprise his role of Colin Atkinson for an upcoming two-day appearance on the CBS Daytime drama series.

Look for Tristan to be back on the Y&R canvas soon.  He was originally slated for the November 20th episode. but that could shift due to the network coverage of President Trump’s impeachment hearings.

Rogers told SOD that he was excited to have the opportunity to work with his former on-screen lady love Jess Walton (Jill) again.

Also of note: could Colin’s arrival precipitate his son, Cane’s exit since Daniel Goddard has been let-go from the series?  Stay tuned to find out.

Rogers last aired in 2017 on the number one soap opera when he and Jill left Genoa City for a bucket list trip around the globe, only to find Jill returning solo in 2019.

So what do you think brings Colin to the Y&R canvas? Jill? Cane? Both? Share your thoughts via the comment section below. 

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Former DAYS and GH Star Tyler Christopher Arrested

In news no wants who loves his work in daytime wants to hear, Daytime Emmy winner, and one of the best actors we know, Tyler Christopher (Ex-Stefan, DAYS and Ex-Nikolas, GH) has been arrested and ended up in jail on his birthday on November 11th.

According to a report via TMZ,Tyler ‘was arrested in Martinsville, Indiana Monday night — on his 47th birthday — and booked for public intoxication.’  Christopher and his family have been living in Indiana.

The report also says that Christopher is still in jail at the moment, while the outlet posted his mug shot.

Most recently, Tyler played Stefan DiMera on DAYS before being replaced by Brandon Barash. Previously, he played Nikolas Cassadine for 20 years up until 2016.

We will keep you posted on this developing story.

Share your thoughts on Tyler via the comment section below.

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