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‘Knots Landing’s’ Donna Mills on the Passing of Kevin Dobson: “Our Hearts Ache to Lose Our Dear Kevin”

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Over the Labor Day weekend, Knots Landing fans learned of the passing of one of their most beloved cast members, Kevin Dobson at the age of 77.

Dobon played Mack McKenzie on the CBS primetime soap from its fourth season to its conclusion.

Donna Mills (Ex-Abby) took to her Instagram to share her remembrances of one of Seaview Circle’s finest sharing: “We were a family. We still are. Our hearts ache to lose our dear Kevin. Rest in paradise Kevin.”

Back in December of 2019, Knots Landing was commemorated with several events surrounding what would have been its 40th anniversary.

Kevin and the cast reunited along the way for several specials after the series cancellation back in 1993.

What are your thoughts of Donna words on the passing of Kevin Dobson? Comment below.

 

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We were a family. We still are. Our hearts ache to loose our dear Kevin. Rest in paradise Kevin❤️ #knotslanding

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Jimh
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He briefly played Mickey Horton on Days

Barbara from Atlanta
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Barbara from Atlanta

I always liked him. This is sad news. I’ll keep his family in my prayers.

Ray
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I’m not sure if there was a bigger fan of the show than me in the 1980s. I always loved Michelle Lee (Karen) and Kevin (Mac). I also loved William Devane, Alec Baldwin, Donna and Nicolette. The best storyline was Olivia, Abby’s daughter, being on drugs.

This is one show I would love to see a re-boot. I am sad that KD would not be a part of it, but Karen, Abby, Val and others had kids that would be a “next generation” KL.

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I’m kind of glad they’ve never done a reboot. KL in its original incarnation was just the embodiment of perfection for so much of its run. A reboot would have the cards stacked against it; it would be awfully hard for it to be anything but a disappointment, compared to the original.

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that natural curl; masculinity ; chest hair

??? who knew ? I flew with this

Patrick
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Tom Cudahy: ( AMC ) natural curl, masculinity; chest hair

around the same time… I do not mind this

Diane Letulier
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Myself and the fans in the Knots Landing Community are beyond devastated over this. He was such an amazing man always of service to his family and Country. And our beloved Mac McKenzie. He will be in our hearts forever

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Soap Alums Tom Pelphrey, Justin Hartley & William Fichtner Receive 26th Annual Critics Choice Award TV Nominations

Nominations were unveiled on Monday for the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards in the field of Television.

Netflix Ozark and The Crown scored the most nominations with six each.   The award winners will be revealed along with the film categories (those nominations will be released on February 7th) on March 7th in a ceremony on the CW and will be hosted by Taye Diggs.

Some very familiar faces to daytime fans are in the running in some major categories.   First, Tom Pelphrey (Ex-Jonathan, GL, Mick, ATWT) who gave one of the most talked about performances of 2020 in Ozark was nominated along with Justin Hartley (Ex-Adam, Y&R, Ex-Passions, Ex-Revenge)  for his star-turn in This Is Us, for Best Supporting Actor in a a Drama Series.

Meanwhile on the comedy side, former As the World Turns actor, William Fichtner (Ex-Josh) scored for his work in the CBS’ Mom, in the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy series category.

This Is Us’, Sterling K. Brown also received a nomination in the Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his work as Randall Pearson, and the series is also in the running for Best Drama Series.

Below are the full nominations in the running with Pelphrey, Hartley and Fichtner.  You can check out the complete nominations in all categories here.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Jonathan Banks – Better Call Saul (AMC)
Justin Hartley – This Is Us (NBC)
John Lithgow – Perry Mason (HBO)
Tobias Menzies – The Crown (Netflix)
Tom Pelphrey – Ozark (Netflix)
Michael K. Williams – Lovecraft Country (HBO)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

William Fichtner – Mom (CBS)
Harvey Guillén – What We Do in the Shadows (FX)
Daniel Levy – Schitt’s Creek (Pop)
Alex Newell – Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (NBC)
Mark Proksch – What We Do in the Shadows (FX)
Andrew Rannells – Black Monday (Showtime) 

So will you be rooting for Tom or Justin to take hone the Critics Choice Award in the Supporting Actor Drama category? Let us know via the comment section below.

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Justin Hartley To Star in New Series In The Works; TV Adaptation of ‘The Never Game’

This is Us and former Y&R star, Justin Hartley (Kevin Pearson) is making some big next career moves.

Justin, along with This is Us director/executive producer Ken Olin, are teaming up on a new TV project.

The duo have optioned the rights to Jeffrey Deaver’s 2019 thriller novel, The Never Game and are turning into a TV series

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‘Dynasty’, ‘Santa Barbara’ and ‘Three’s Company’ Star, Peter Mark Richman, Has Passed Away

Noted character actor, Peter Mark Richman had died at the age of 93 as revealed by his publicist, Harlan Boll.

Richman died this morning at 10:00am on January 14, 2021 in Woodland Hills, California of natural Causes. ,

Peter was a pharmacist turned actor, who appeared in such films as “Black Orchid,” “The Strange One,” “Naked Gun 2 ” and “Friday the 13th Part 8.”

He also starred as Nick Cain in his own NBC series, “Cain’s Hundred,” and in over 500 TV guest star appearances on such shows as “The Twilight Zone,” “The Outer Limits,” “Murder She Wrote,” “Fantasy Island,” and “Star Trek the Next Generation.”

Richman had recurring roles on “Three’s Company” (as the Reverend Snow) and “Beverly Hills 90210” as well as co-starring roles on series such as ABC’s “Dynasty” as attorney Andrew Laird.   he also played CC Capwell for a time on Santa Barbara in 1984.

Mr. Richman is survived by his wife of 67 years, Helen Richman; five children, Howard Richman and his wife, Cherie, Kelly Lester and her husband, Loren, Lucas Richman and his wife, Debbie, Orien Richman and his wife, Alevé, and Roger Richman; as well as six grandchildren, Jenny, Lily, Max, Julia, Oliver and Danica.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, funeral services will be held privately and at the convenience of Mr. Richman’s family. Memorial contributions in honor of Mr. Richman can be made to the Motion Picture Television Fund (MPTF).

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