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Listen To The Broadcast: Soap Nation Live! With Michael Fairman & Guests: Eileen Davidson, Eric Martsolf, Amelia Heinle, Hunter King & Lauren Koslow!

Last night on the Daytime Emmy Post-Show edition of the Internet Radio Series, Soap Nation Live with Michael Fairman, newly crowned Daytime Emmy winners Eileen Davidson from Days of our Lives, and Amelia Heinle and Hunter King of The Young and the Restless joined Michael and special co-hosts; Emmy winner Eric Martsolf and Lauren Koslow of Days of our Lives for a lively 90 minute broadcast.

Lauren revealed some of her picks for the Best Dressed Women, Men and Couples and previewed her upcoming On-Air On-Soaps Emmy Fashion review, while Eric Martsolf and Amelia Heinle discussed being first time nominees and first time winners.

During Amelia’s segment, Michael played her Emmy acceptance speech which he deemed his favorite of the night, and also played a clip to Amelia of Daytime Emmy winner Billy Miller (Ex-Billy Abbott) talking about working with Amelia during their time together on Y&R as Billy and Victoria while backstage on Emmy night.

During the episode, Eric got a very surprise phone call when none other than his best friend, Revenge, Mistresses, and former Passions star Justin Hartley called-in to wish Eric congrats on his Emmy victory! Eileen Davidson offered up her thoughts on finally winning gold for the first time in her storiedsoap career, and what it was like playing Kristen in the scenes that won her the Emmy and more! Later, The Young and the Restless Hunter King joined the show and revealed her thoughts on her Emmy winning scenes and what it was like having her name called.

Michael discussed the backlash of the hiring of the four social media hosts who were given the job of interviewing the soap stars on the red carpet and in the social media lounge for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmys!  During that segment,  audio clips were played of  Red Carpet hosts: Brittany Furlan, Lauren Elizabeth, Meghan Rosette, Jessica Harlow including: the Ryan Paevey incident where they say they want to “rape” the General Hospital star, their question to Steve Burton in which the long time favorite and Daytime Emmy nominee couldn’t really understand what kind of question it was, and how the gals handled their live tosses back and forth to each other.

In addition, Linda Bell Blue of Entertainment Tonight‘s very lengthy acceptance speech, former DAYS star Chandler Massey being seated in the back of the room and then having a clip of his successor in the role of Will Horton, Guy Wilson played for his Emmy nominated clip instead of his own work, and The Talk’s Sharon Osbourne “F-bombs” were discussed.

Now below listen to Soap Nation Live! with Michael Fairman Daytime Emmy Post-Show and then let us know what was you favorite part of it?


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Outside of the mistake, the backlash of the hiring of the four social media hosts who were given the job of interviewing the soap stars on the red carpet , what a joke..
Another big mistake was;
Amelia Heinle and Hunter King getting the best actress award when neither are near being the best actresses..
Ava / Maura West puts both of them under the table..
As do other of the 4 soaps female actress..
I do not ”get it” why or how those two won best actresses or how Y&R won for best soap.
DROOL and GH were both much better..
Guess having the
The Emmy committee being from CBS:
Angelica McDaniel CBS Vice President of daytime programing, Co-Chair
John C. Fisher, Producer The Young and the Restless, Co-Chair
could do it ..
ABC and NBC were not represented in the Emmy committee.. Not cool ..

The Emmy’s were a cruel joke this year, in more than one way ..

Billy Miller was very deserving of being #1.. congrats Billy!!!
Can only hope there is a next year and it will be much better!

Move on……………


thank you for the “DROOL” with DOOL part tho

doesn’t DAYS just heighten your senses

You know what AH & HK’s reels were very good! They are based on that reel how the heck do you think anybody could judge something on a years work! Back off and let them enjoy their win it is hurtful and not necessary! What does Maura West have to do with either of them she has two emmys for best actress!

Red Carpet was awful! I was online streaming it and QUICKLY turned it off!

i was just so appalled, disappointed & disgusted with the red carpet interviewers – they new absolutely nothing about our beloved daytime genre –
three things really pissed me off:
1. asking lawrence saint victor how does it feel to be a black man on soaps these days
2. the rape comment made to ryan paevay
3. asking joseph mascolo what makes him a daytime icon
the red carpet was just a nasty insult to the entire daytime community especially the actors/actresses and also the fans – i would have turned it off but i love daytime drama & have been watching soaps for over 50 years……………..

*ryan paevey – sorry about the spelling error

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Writers Strike Comes to an End; Leadership Votes To Conclude Work Stoppage

It’s over! After 148 days, the 2023 Writers strike will go down as the second longest in WGA union history, only a labor stoppage in 1988 was longer.

The strike will officially come to end on Wednesday at 12:01am PT.  This was due to a vote from the guild’s leadership that now has authorized its over 11,500 members to return to work.

That means: pitching and selling scripts, taking meetings, responding to notes, writers’ rooms opening up again, and more, can now restart.

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The WGA committee shared that the vote, “Allows writers to return to work during the ratification process, but does not affect the membership’s right to make a final determination on contract approval.” However, WGA East and West voted unanimously to lift the “restraining order” on Tuesday.

As the negotiators shared, the end of the strike doesn’t mean that the tentative agreement that the union reached with producers on Sunday night is a surefire thing: Union members still need to vote to ratify the contract. Union leadership announced on Tuesday that will take place between October 2nd and October 9th.

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However, SAG-AFTRA still remains on strike. So, even with the writers returning to work, many productions can’t move forward without their principal actors and performers.

So soap fans, how do you feel about this news for your favorite shows? Glad that the head writers and their writing teams will be back at work as soon as this week from Days of our Lives, General Hospital, and The Bold and the Beautiful? Y&R’s Josh Griffith, who previously had gone Fi-Core during the 2008 strike, remained at the top rated show during the last several months.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Alex Learns He’s Victor’s Son While Xander Learns He’s the Father of Sarah’s Baby

On Tuesday’s episode of Days of our Lives, two bombshell secrets were revealed that rocked to the core two men who have been lied to by the people they love. First, in the pick-up from Monday, Justin (Wally Kurth) tells Alex (Rob Scott Wilson) that in Victor’s new will, he is in fact, Victor’s biological son.

A devastated Justin has to tell Alex that he is not his biological father, and that Angelica had an affair with Victor, and she made Victor agree to never claim Alex as his own for it would send shockwaves through the Kiriakis clan.

While Justin sits down with Alex and assures him that this does not change the fact that he still considers himself Alex’s dad, that doesn’t seem to make Alex feel any better. Alex feels like he has been lied to his whole life, especially by Victor.  In addition, this news means that Alex inherits the other 50% of Victor’s legacy. The other 50% was given to Maggie (Suzanne Rogers), even though at the time of his death, Victor was supposedly never legally divorced from Vivian (Louise Sorel).

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Bonnie (Judi Evans) finds out the news from Maggie, and wants to be there for her husband, so she heads back from Horton Town Square to comfort Justin. Alex asks Justin to leave as he needs some time alone. Justin hugs his ‘son’ from behind and then walks out. Later, Justin breaks down in tears in Bonnie’s arms.  Meanwhile, Alex is seen looking at a portrait of Victor trying to process what this all means for him moving forward.

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While this is playing out, Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) breaks down and tells Xander (Paul Telfer) what she overheard Rex (Kyle Lowder) and Phillip (John-Paul Lavoisier) talking about – that Xander is the biological father of Sarah’s (Linsey Godfrey) baby.  Chloe even goes so far to admit, that at first, she was going to hide the secret, not only to keep Xander, but because Sarah didn’t want him to know. However, she had second thoughts.

Chloe levels with Xander knowing when she tells him, he is going to hightail it over to the Brady pub where Sarah is tying the knot with Rex.  An emotional Xander tells Chloe he loves her, but they both know it’s the end of the line for them.

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At the Brady pub, Phillip officiates the ceremony and Rex and Sarah say their “I do’s,” but then, Xander shows up.  He confronts Sarah and she admits it’s true. The baby is his. He asks to speak to her privately and so they head out to do so. Meanwhile, in the aftermath, Chloe gets a knock on her door, and it’s none other than Phillip who shows up to console her. Will they hit the sheets for old times sake?

So, what did you think about the performances today of Wally Kurth, Rob Scott Wilson, Nadia Bjorlin and Paul Telfer? Are you glad Xander knows the truth? Happy that Alex is Victor’s son? Do you think Xander will still be revealed to be the true son of Victor’s when all is said and done? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Jamie Martin Mann and Ashley Puzemis Join the Cast of Days of our Lives

Some SORASing is going down on Days of our Lives! Announced today, Jamie Martin Mann will now be portraying the teenage version of Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Theresa’s (Jen Lilley) son, Tate Black.

In addition, Ashley Puzemis joins the Peacock streaming soap opera as Holly, the now teenaged daughter of the late Daniel Jonas (Shawn Christian) and Nicole Walker (Arianne Zucker).

According to Soap Opera Digest, both actors are set to make their debuts on the October 9th episode, as it looks like DAYS is beefing up its teen scene with some fresh faces for some teen angst.

Will Tate or Holly be a troublemaker causing drama for their parents?  Will they fall for each other? Stay tuned.

Puzemis had appeared in television roles including: BF For Hire and Danger Force.  As for Mann, he recently appeared in the Netflix series Country Comfort starring Katherine McPhee and Eddie Cibrian (ex-Sunset Beach and Y&R).

So, what do you think about teenaged Tate and Holly hitting the Salem canvas and Days of our Lives? Comment below.

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