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Relive: Red Carpet Daytime Emmy and Press Room Interviews & Moments!

Photo Credit: JPI Studios

Photo Credit: JPI Studios

On-Air On-Soaps has got you covered to relive, and take another peak, at last weekend’s 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from The Las Vegas Hilton in Sin City.   From the red carpet, we have posted 25 video interview gems with the following daytime movers and shakers, and performers:  As the World Turns: Austin Peck, Terri Colombino, Colleen Zenk and Jon and Kelley Menighan Hensley, to All My Children’s:  Bobbie Eakes and Susan Lucci, to General Hospital’s: Bradford Anderson and Drew Garrett, to Guiding Light nominees: Beth Chamberlin, and Crystal Chappell, to Days of our Lives: James Scott, Galen Gering, Peter Reckell and Louise Sorel, Chandler Massey and Gabriella Rodriguez, Lindsay Hartley, Shelley Hennig, Judi Evans, and Mark Hapka, to One Life to Live’s: Mark Lawson, to The Young and the Restless: Greg Rikaart, Eden Riegel, Clementine Ford, Paul Rauch, John Driscoll to The Bold and the Beautiful’s: Kim Matula with special guests, The Blue Man Group, and Brandon Beemer, with DAYS, Nadia Bjorlin.

Then, check out our Winners/Press Room Video clips where the night’s daytime drama award receipients;  from ATWT’s Michael Park, Maura West, and Julie Pinson,  to B&B’s Brad Bell and his cast, Drew Tyler Bell, to GH’s Directing team, and Julie Berman, to Y&R’s Billy Miller, to Agnes Nixon, the receipient of the Lifetime Achievement, are all featured from the podium as members of the press take turns asking the winners thoughts, reactions, and feelings on a myriad of subjects that seldom soap fans get to see.

For more on the Emmy with our Fashion Report from Days of our Lives, Nadia Bjorlin, and galleries from the night’s red carpe fashion, make sure to visit our Emmy microsite hub!

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All My Children and ‘The Bay’ Star Eric Nelsen in the Cast of ‘Yellowstone’ Prequel ‘1883’

On Thursday, the full cast was announced for the highly-anticipated Yellowstone prequel that will bow on Paramount+ beginning on December 19th.

The Taylor Sheridan drama tells the tale of the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west through the Great Plains toward the last bastion of untamed America. It is a stark retelling of Western expansion, and an intense study of one family fleeing poverty to seek a better future in America’s promised land — Montana.

According to Deadline, in the cast is none other than The Bay’s Daytime Emmy-winner, Eric Nelsen (Daniel Garrett), who was also part of the cast of Prospect Park’s reboot of All My Children as AJ Chandler.

In 1883, look for Nelsen to take on the role of Ennis, a young, handsome cowboy who agrees to help escort a group of inexperienced men, women and children north to find a home.

The series also stars: Billy Bob Thornton, Faith Hill, Gratiela Brancusi, Sam Elliott, Stephanie Nur, and Tim McGraw to name but a few.

So, will you be checking out Eric in 1883? Comment below.

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Prospect Park’s All My Children and One Life to Live Episodes Now Available on Apple TV

The online revivals of All My Children and One Life to Live which lasted one season in 2013 from Prospect Park’s Online Network are back!

Fans can now check out the reboots exclusively on Apple TV where all the episodes of the one and only season in its entirety.

The relaunched AMC and OLTL originally premiered on April 29, 2013, plagued with multiple issues with unions and a lawsuit with ABC, production was halted in September of that year.  

ABC now has the rights to both series and recently there has been hopes of an AMC primetime series in the works, “Pine Valley” getting a green light, but not much is known of its progress of late.

You can watch One Life to Live on Apple TV here, and check out episodes of All My Children on Apple TV here.

So, will you watch the reboot episodes of OLTL and AMC on Apple TV? Do you hope that somehow, someway the two soaps will come back on a streaming platform with brand new episodes from ABC? Comment below.

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Mark Consuelos Exits ‘Riverdale’

Last night, All My Children alum, Mark Consuelos (Ex-Mateo Santos) made what appears to be his final appearance for now on CW’s soapy drama, Riverdale.

Consuelos departed Riverdale as a series regular on the season 5 finale, after coming on to the show in its second season in the role of villain, Hiram Lodge.

Riverdale executive producer and showrunner, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, shared with Deadline a statement on Consuelos contribution and run on the series: “From the moment Mark joined us, he was up for literally anything, a hundred percent committed to making Archie’s life a living hell. And what’s funny is, Mark couldn’t be more different from Hiram. A classy pro and the sweetest guy, always looking out for everyone. We wish Mark the best and hope this isn’t the last we’ve seen of Hiram Lodge.

Consuelos offered up these sentiments in a statement on his Riverdale exit: “First and foremost, I would like to thank Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa for this incredible opportunity. Never before has playing a character that was so bad, felt so good. Huge thanks to the Riverdale fandom, to the brilliant crew and amazing cast, whom I consider dear friends and family.”

So, will you miss seeing Mark on Riverdale? Elsewhere, still no word on the “Pine Valley” reboot in which Mark and wife, Kelly Ripa, are two of the executive producers of that many All My Children fans were hoping would come to fruition. Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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