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Daytime Emmys Releases Highlights From Outstanding Drama Series Nominees

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NATAS has begun to release selected moments from nominees in the Daytime Drama categories. First up and previewed on Monday were highlights from the nominees in the Outstanding Drama Series category.  For Emmy competition each soap submitted two episodes, but in the highlights, only scenes from one are shown

In the segment, viewers saw the following:   The Bold and the Beautiful submitted the episode that kicked off the almost year-long story of baby Beth, when Hope (Annika Noelle) passes out after giving birth in Catalina Island with the corrupt Dr, Buckinham (Wayne Brady) in tow, as Liam (Scott Clifton), helicopter and all tries to get to her.   The Young and the Restless submission contained a scene between Jack (Peter Bergman) and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) after they learn Neil Winters (the late Kristoff St. John) has passed.

General Hospital submitted their ‘Christmas Carol’ episode featuring scenes with Michael Easton as Ebeneezer Scrooge, while Days of our Lives went for the time jump episode back on November 8th of 2019, that aired on the the shows anniversary; where Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) realizes she has been in a coma for over a year.

Watch the Daytime Drama Series nominee highlights below, and then let us know who you might be rooting for to take the gold come Emmy night, June 26th on CBS via the comment section.

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  1. Dan

    June 9, 2020 at 12:01 am

    I hope GH submitted a dramatic episode as the other show they were able to submit for consideration, to balance things out. Like the show when Oscar died. I absolutely loved the Christmas Carol show, but I seem to recall them not doing too well in the past when they submitted gimmicky episodes, like the years when they submitted shows from the Nurses Ball. The years they won for Best Drama, I think it was for more dramatic, emotional material. I don’t know that the “variety show” type stuff plays that well with the Emmy voters.

  2. Freeman Griffin

    June 9, 2020 at 1:46 am

    I am really disappointed that GH submitted the Christmas carol episode as one of it’s two episodes; the other episode, Oscar’s death, was the very best episode on daytime last year. I am hoping GH can win despite such a poor second episode selection.

    I get depressed at how many people are predicting Y&R, which submitted two episodes from Neil’s death. The show was mostly awful in 2019 – a mess – and I resent it went shows get rewarded for choosing a strong reel despite having had a poor year overall. I hope it doesn’t win and would be very disappointed it if it did win.

    Days has submitted well and honestly there are only two shows that I am rooting for and Days is my 2nd choice. The time jump was brilliant. It may have been over the top but the unmasking of Kristen would have made for an excellent contrast. Still, the first time jump episode was great and competitive for the win.

    I am not a B&B fan. I was surprised they chose to begin their reel with Hope giving birth. The baby reveal episodes were excellent. While I would be disappointed if it were to win it would be a better choice than Y&R imo.

    GH deserves to win but I worry that the 2nd episode will kill it’s chances…

  3. Derrick Walker

    June 9, 2020 at 5:55 am

    I don’t see anyone beating Y&R for Best Drama! Kristoff St. John’s death is STILL rocking the daytime world PLUS Y&R did a great job writing out his character.

  4. sonniorsolita

    June 9, 2020 at 2:47 pm

    If it were solely based on the clip released, Young & Restless by a landslide. Peter Bergman and Eileen Davidson shine in those scenes. So natural, so moving, such emotion — what daytime drama does best.

  5. Patrick

    June 9, 2020 at 11:11 pm

    blech ! on GH ; for submitting ; the dumbass lame Michael Easton “rendition” of , what? no fuss no muss on his hair, and that oh so lame , smirk !!!! Thank God I missed that ep. @GH certainly has made B&B and DAYS look that much better. which isn’t much

    who ever for gods sake would watch a whole hour of ???? “PUSH !!! ” and then see her COMA’d.

    which is certainly what would have happened sooner w/watching Jenny Bear… come to .. after a year long lapse…. and/or sleep… who wanted more COMA’d for Jenny Bear… certainly Jack could have been that much more occupied with Eve. hell yeah

    SMART – MOVE – get it – tactical made for EMMY PUSH the envelope. watching Jackie plus Ashley emote on the passing of Neil Winter. GOD I hope.. this isn’t a PUSH for his son and daughter to reign in a WIN. GOD they suck… Lilly and Devon… POOR.

    sigh ! here’s hoping… WITHOUT any FAN getting full REEL to cast “OUR” thank the fan(s) OWN VOTE. Salem for the WIN.

  6. Jimh

    June 11, 2020 at 4:14 am

    Y&R will win,,,,

  7. soapfan

    June 11, 2020 at 11:27 pm

    Who should win? DAYS. The time jump breathed fresh air into the show and into the genre. The payoffs continue.
    Who will win? Y&R because the Neil episodes they submitted were gold, but they were the only bright spot in a year when the writing on this show hit a devastating rock bottom from which it has not risen.

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