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Park, West, and B&B big winners tonight at Daytime Emmys!

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As the World Turns stars, Michael Park and Maura West who have played star-crossed lovers, Jack and Carly for more than a decade were named the Outstanding Lead Actor and Actress, respectively for a Drama Series in the emotional highpoint of the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards tonight in Las Vegas,  For Park, he had waited over twelve years before finally winning his first ever Emmy!  West had won once before.

The Bold and the Beautiful on the strength of their submission of the Dying with Dignity episodes featuring Betty White gave head writer and B&B exec prod,, Brad Bell, his first Emmy for Writing and his second Emmy in a row for Outstanding Drama Series.  General Hospital took home the prize for Outstanding Direction of a Drama Series for their amazing carnival episode.

Julie Pinson took home the Supporting Actress prize for her role as Janer Ciccione on As the World Turns, and Y&R’sBilly Miller’s tour de force performance as Billy Abbott in the New Year’s Eve episode got him the Supporting Actor win.  GH’s Julie Berman (Lulu) took home her second piece of gold in the Younger Actress category and B&B’s Drew Tyler Bell  (Tomas) was the night’s most unexpected winner in the Younger Actor category.

Here is the complete list of daytime drama winners tonight:

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Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Lead Actor

Michael Park, As the World Turns

Outstanding Lead Actress

Maura West, As the World Turns

Outstanding Supporting Actress

Julie Pinson, As the World Turns

Outstanding Supporting Actor

Billy Miller, The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Younger Actress

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Julie Berman General Hospital

Outstanding Younger Actor

Drew Tyler Bell, The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful

Outstanding Direction for a Drama Series

General Hospital

Make sure to come back all next week for On-Air On-Soaps video interview coverage from the red carpet, and the press room, plus,  a complete wrap-up and fashion review!

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Paul8148
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Paul8148

Poor Days and OLTL. Really Scott Clifton lost to Bell? Did they even watch the reels?

That is ok Days has Alice’s Funeral and OLTL has Bo and Nore Wedding/Matthews Getting his heart broken, so they will come back next year.

AMANDA
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AMANDA

Congraulations to Billy Miller! A great actor, who portrays his character so well on Young and Restless. Billy is one of the main reasons why I watch this soap opera.

Congraulations to Mara West! A beautiful, talented actress on As The World Turns. Her little girl is adorable! Mara will be truly missed with the cancelation of this soap opera.

Karen
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Karen

I’m so glad Michael Park won for Best Actor, he’s been one of the best on this show since he first came on.
I’m also glad Maura West won for Best Actress, i love her as Carly & will miss both her & Michael’s portrayal of Jack & Carly.

Geoffrey-Martin Cyr
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Geoffrey-Martin Cyr

Please. Someone beseech the ATAS/NATAS to stop airing the Daytime Emmy Awards telecast until they can remember why they began airing it in the first place. Rather than celebrating the best in daytime programming and honoring those that work tirelessly as the unsung heroes of entertainment, this increasingly moronic telecast continues to frustrate and disappoint the loyal audience that follows daytime, and the continued erosion of telecast viewership bears me out. This weekend’s telecast seemed nothing more than an infomercial of where to go when in Las Vegas . Where were clips of the actors’ work leading into the nominations… Read more »

Marc Dobbelstein
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Marc Dobbelstein

Well said, Geoffrey-Martin Cyr. I totally agree.

junebuggnc
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junebuggnc

I totally agree. This was not the place for a Dick Clark Tribute, especially on that lasted 20 minutes. I still can’t get “The Twist” out of my head…. Also the combo intros with Circ De Solie and the Lion King??? What the heck do they have to do with Daytime TV, um, nothing! All of that ate into the telecast so that we were robbed of seeing the clips from the nominees submission reels. How about the way they rushed the recipients during their acceptance speeches? I totally agree with the lack, yes, lack of a tribute for ATWT.… Read more »

Derrick
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Derrick

Ditto!!!!!!

Traci
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Traci

So thrilled with the ATWT wins especially for Julie Pinson and Michael Park! I love my Jacket! <3 Go Jack and Janet!

Amber
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Amber

Cannot process that DTBell won over Drew Garrett and Scott Cliffton still sheken my head

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All My Children Alum Cornelius Smith Jr. Joins the Cast of Apple TV+ Limited Series, ‘Five Days At Memorial’

Daytime fans remember him fondly as the son of Jesse (Darnell Williams) and Angie Hubbard (Debbi Morgan), Frankie, on All My Children.  And now, actor Cornelius Smith Jr., is set to join a major limited series based on the acclaimed nonfiction book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink, about the the first five days following Hurricane Katrina made landfall entitled Five Days at Memorial.

Written by John Ridley and Carlton Cruse, Smith will play a doctor, (something he is very familiar with playing since Frankie Hubbard was a doctor in Pine Valley!) named Dr. Bryant King, an internist and one of the few doctors of color at the hospital, who finds himself very much in the middle of the crisis.  He will headline the show alongside Vera Farmiga and Adepero Oduye.

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The series will stream on Apple TV+, and no word yet as to when it will have its debut following its filming.

 

Since his time on All My Children, Smith has appeared on ABC’s Scandal, and had recurring roles on God Friended MeSelf Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker and Manhunt.

Deadline broke the casting news.

So, looking forward to seeing Cornelius back on our screens? Do you remember his work as Dr. Frankie Hubbard on All My Children? Comment below.

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Tribute to Agnes Nixon Set Featuring: Susan Lucci, Erika Slezak, Debbi Morgan, Darnell Williams & Peter Bergman

Next week, circle Wednesday March 31st at 3 p.m. EST/12 p.m. PST for a very special celebration of the life and times of the legendary Agnes Nixon.

As soap fans know, Nixon was the creator of All My Children, Loving, One Life to Live, and as well wrote for several other soaps, and to honor her The Locher Room will be bringing you a special episode, hosted by former soap publicist, Alan Locher, featuring actors who were pivotal to those shows.

Look for Susan Lucci (Ex- Erica Kane, AMC), Erika Slezak (EX-Victoria Lord, OLTL), Peter Bergman (Ex-Cliff, AMC, now Jack, Y&R), Debbi Morgan (Ex Angie, AMC and Darnell Williams (Ex-Jesse, AMC) to all take part, along with Agnes’ son, Bob Nixon, plus it has been noted that viewers will also hear from the iconic Carol Burnett (Ex-Verla Grubbs, AMC) who was one of All My Children’s biggest fans.

You can watch the livestream here.

Throughout her storied career Agnes won five Writers’ Guild of America Awards, five Daytime Emmy Awards, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in 2010 and was inducted into Soap Opera Weekly’s Soap Opera Hall of Fame among other notable achievements.

So, will you be checking out this special tribute to the one and only Agnes Nixon? Comment below.

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‘Home & Family’ Canceled; Upcoming 9th Season to Be Its Last

In a turn of events, following the recent announcement that a retooled Home & Family was returning to production and will be back on the air three days a week beginning in April, comes word on Tuesday that the series has been canceled.

The upcoming ninth season will now be its last.  The Hallmark Channel morning show features former All My Children star, Cameron Mathison (Ex-Ryan Lavery) along with Debbie Matenopolos as co-hosts.

In a statement, a Hallmark Channel spokesperson shared:  “The 9th and current season of Home & Family will be the series’ last. For nearly a decade, the show has anchored our daytime lineup, featuring countless hours of cooking, lifestyle, DIY, health, entertaining, and decorating segments,” the spokesperson said. “We want to thank the heart and soul of the show, our incredibly talented cast and crew – led by co-hosts Debbie Matenopoulos and Cameron Mathison – for their creativity, hard work, and dedication. Our audience can look forward to more of the topical segments they know and love when the show returns on Monday, April 5, with a new one-hour, three-day-a-week format.

The final episode will air in the late summer on Wednesday, August 4th.

So, sad that the lifestyle show, Home & Family will conclude after this season? Comment below.

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