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Daytime Emmys Release Highlights Of Outstanding Lead Actor In a Drama Series Nominees

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On Wednesday, NATAS released selected moments from scenes featuring the five nominated actors vying for the Lead Actor in a Drama Series prize at the upcoming 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards virtual ceremony on Friday night, June 26th on CBS.

As previously noted, NATAS will not be releasing the full reels only highlights in the daytime drama and other categories leading up to the big night.

Now below check out the following work by Emmy nominees, Steve Burton (Jason, GH), Jon Lindstrom, (Kevin/Ryan, GH), Thorsten Kaye (Ridge, B&B), Thaao Penghlis (Tony, DAYS) and Jason Thompson (Billy, Y&R).

Then let us know which actor are you rooting for to win the Daytime Emmy in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category via the comment section below.

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For me I am rooting for Jon Lindstrom – who was robbed last year – but I am predicting Jason Thompson – who was robbed several times for his work on GH. Reading through what each actor submitted I think it will certainly be one of these two – the other three nominees would be completely unacceptable for me. Thaao Penghlis’s nomination is ridiculous. First of all he is a Guest Performer who made two guest stints during 2019 – maybe a Supporting Actor but he does not belong in this category! We never learned who the other five pre-nominees… Read more »

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Jon Linstrom…He gets two-lol

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Hm, I’m not a fan of any of these men’s work as a rule, but I have to say Steven Burton and Thorsten Kaye surprised me in these clips. I would say Thorsten has the edge, walking that fine line of being interesting and a little larger than life for TV with his emotions but not getting carried away into cartoonish behavior. Impressive scene.

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Who should win? Jon Lindstrom. It would be absurd to give it to anyone else. But then again I thought he had it in the bag last year.
Who will win? Jon Lindstrom

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I thought Jon Lindstrom would win last year. But I will never take anything away from Maurice Benard, he was and continues to be amazing in the Alzheimer’s story. People said all he ever does is the mob stuff, he did something totally polar opposite of the mob stuff, won for it, and some people still found a way to complain. Can never please everyone. That said, even though the Kevin/Ryan storyline really peaked in 2018, this would be a much deserved award for Lindstrom for the story as a whole. I’d really love to see him win. Steve Burton… Read more »

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‘The Talk’ Renewed for its 12th Season

After its controversial 11th season and following the departure of original cast member, Sharon Osbourne, there had been chatter that maybe the The Talk would come to an end.

However, news today from CBS has that it has renewed its top daytime talker, and the series will live to see another day for its upcoming 12th season this fall.

Having debuted in October 2010, the show now features Carrie Ann Inaba (who also serves as the show’s moderator), Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots, and Elaine Welteroth as it primary co-hosts.

As with previous amalgamations of the co-hosts, the women discuss the latest headlines, current events, and human-interest stories of the day.

The series put out this tweet on their pick-up sharing: “JUST ANNOUNCED! #TheTalk has been officially renewed for another year on @CBSreturning for a 12th season in 2021-2022! More fun, more topics, more talk!”

So, glad The Talk is continuing on, or did you think it was time for it to go? Comment below.

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‘Ryan’s Hope’ Star and Soap Vet, John Gabriel Has Passed Away at 90

Heartbreaking news Monday morning and to start the week. Beloved Ryan’s Hope soap veteran, John Gabriel (Ex-Dr. Seneca Beaulac) has died.

His daughter, actress Andrea Gabriel (Lost) shared the news of his passing via her Instagram account.

In her statement, Andrea shared: “It is with an unspeakably heavy heart that I share the news of my father’s passing.  John Gabriel was my hero, my role model, and my champion, but above all, my daddy… I will love you forever.”

Gabriel’s run on Ryan’s Hope was in two parts.  He started with the ABC daytime drama series in 1975 and stayed till 1985.  He then returned from 1988 to 1989.  Seneca’s love story with Jillian Coleridge (the late Nancy Addison Altman) was often front and center on the series.

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As soap fans know, John was married to another former soap star, Sandy Gabriel (Ex-Edna Thornton, All My Children and  Ex-Christine Venet Ryan’s Hope), and is also survived by his other daughter Melissa and their two grandsons.

Throughout his daytime soap career, Gabriel received one Daytime Emmy nomination back in 1980.  He also appeared in roles on General Hospital, Loving, The Bold and the Beautiful, Generations and Days of our Lives.

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In primetime he was known for his roles on Gilligan’s Island, Mary Tyler Moore Show.  John was also an accomplished singer performing on many variety and talk show through the years.

In 1995, Gabriel produced the late Charles Grodin’s talk show Charles Grodin for CNBC.

No official cause of death for Gabriel was revealed, and no memorial plans as of this moment.

Share your condolences and remembrances of John via the comment section below.

 

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Sheryl Underwood to Host the 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

The Talk’s Sheryl Underwood will become a five-time host of the Daytime Emmy Awards, although this time going solo, as CBS and NATAS have announced today that she will handle the duties for the upcoming 48th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

The CBS broadcast will airs on Friday, June 25 at 8 p.m. ET on the network as well as streaming live on Paramount Plus.

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According to Variety, “Underwood will emcee the show from Los Angeles, where a stage has been set up for the show, but the pre-taped broadcast will also include presenters and honorees from their own show studios and homes to accept their awards. Although many of the key daytime drama, game and talk show awards will be presented on the telecast, additional winners will be announced simultaneously on Twitter, via the @DaytimeEmmys handle.”

The Daytime Emmys are presented to programs broadcast between 2 a.m. and 6 p.m.  The show includes content that originally premiered in calendar-year 2020, and is judged by a pool of peer professionals from across the television industry.

So, what do you think of Underwood being named the solo host of this year’s Emmy broadcast? Comment below.

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