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The Bold and the Beautiful Receives GLAAD Media Award Nomination & Win; Only Daily Drama In Category!

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The nominations have been revealed for the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, and the only daytime drama in the Outstanding Daily Drama category this year is CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful.  Far and away, the drama illustrated inclusion of the transgender community in it’s storytelling while telling the emotional and riveting tale of the disclosure of Maya Avant (Karla Mosley), previously born as a man named “Myron”.

The two other daytime dramas that have  gay characters on the canvas, General Hospital with Brad, Felix and Lucas, and Days of our Lives with Sonny, Paul, and Will on the canvas in the 2015 calendar year, were not included in the category for their representation of LGBTQ characters on daytime television.  One can only think that the backlash of the graphic murder of core character Will Horton did not help DAYS’ cause.

The GLAAD Media Awards will be handed out on Saturday April 2nd in Los Angeles, and in a ceremony in New York on May 14th, where winners in the categories of motion pictures, television, and journalism will be announced.

So, what do you think about GLAAD’s recognition of The Bold and the Beautiful? And it being the only soap opera that reflects  an important social issue of our time?  Do you hope within the next few years the daytime dramas will consider and implement further inclusion of LGBTQ characters on the landscape?  Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Mike
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Mike

General Hospital doesn’t deserve a nomination because their gay characters are an afterthought, popping up here and there in nothing more than a half-hearted attempt to tell a story that leaves much off screen. They have the characters on there to be able to say they have gay characters, but do nothing to tell a real story with those characters or integrate then into the larger canvas. And Days. Oh Days. The torch bearer for a good three years, they may not have always succeeded fully, but at least they tried to tell an interesting, grounded story for their gay… Read more »

Iakovos
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Iakovos

I understand changes are part of daytime dramas, but I remain upset over the murder of Will Horton on DAYS, especially after all the energy, talent, and resources spent to make for such and interesting and layered character and engaging stories in recent years. I still wish he and Sonny would have left Salem to come back sometime in the future refreshed for new plots.

I miss strong gay characters on daytime the likes of Bianca (AMC), Luke (ATWT), Oliver & Kyle (OLTL), and Will (DAYS). Is it too much to ask for a little more in our daytime families?

Matthew Place
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Matthew Place

Congrats to B&B!

Patrick
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Patrick

every chance I get

Ken Corday ! @Days of OUR Lives

where is your mindset ?

is their no room in your vast arena of story; to minimally share with us; Paul Narita !?!?

Alisa
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Alisa

GOOD for B&B, they deserve it….and DOOLS deserves to have LOST…..after winning the past couple of years…..it doesn’t surprise me that the GAY storyline was dropped, since dena higley returned as head writer…..i saw the writing on the wall with her return……i was THRILLED when days decided to go with the storyline, but i am DISAPPOINTED that they have DROPPED it.

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B&B’s Lawrence Saint-Victor Shares He was a Writer of Today’s Episode

If you looked closely on today’s episode of CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful, one of the series stars was one of the scribes for it in the closing credits.

Then, news came from Lawrence Saint-Victor himself on social media that he indeed played a part in the script.

The actor-writer-producer-director shared: “So this happened!! An episode that I had the privilege of writing aired today. It was such a wonderful learning experience. Thank you Brad Bell for giving me the opportunity, and to our amazing writers and the entire team for all of your support. #writerslife #boldandbeautiful”

The episode#8496, also included as its writing team: Bradley Bell, Michael Minnis, and Mark V. Pinciotti along with Saint-Victor.

In story, Carter was sharing scenes with Quinn over Zoe, and there was more drama in the hit and run that killed Vinny.

Share your congrats to Lawrence via the comment section below as he continues to share and expand his talents for all of us to take notice of.

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Karla Mosley Temporarily Replaces Mishael Morgan on The Young and the Restless

Soap favorite Karla Mosley (Ex-Maya, B&B and Christina, GL) has stepped in for Mishael Morgan and will air on upcoming episodes of The Young and the Restless in the role of Amanda Sinclair.

As has been previously reported and brought to light by Morgan herself, she recently suffered an eye injury and had to undergo surgery.

In a joint statement, Y&R’s EP’s Anthony Morina and EP and co-head writer, Josh Griffith said of the temporary swap:  “We’re grateful that Karla Mosley, a seasoned actor and consummate professional, was able to step in to the role of Amanda during Mishael Morgan’s temporary absence. Mishael is a valuable member of the Y&R family and will be back on air soon to continue her journey as Amanda.”

Mosley spoke exclusively with Soap Opera Digest where she shared she spoke to Morgan before taking on the role: “It was great that I could talk with her and say thank you for leaving me such a wonderful path to follow. I also told her, ‘I’ll be happy when you’re healed and able to return.’”

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In return, Mishael took to Twitter and said of Karla: “I am so grateful this beautiful and talented woman stepped in for me on such short notice and allowed me time to heal. I can’t wait to be back, but It comforts me to know that Amanda is in such great hands.”

Look for Karla to hit Genoa City on the upcoming April 26th episode of the CBS daytime drama series.

So what do you think of Karla Mosley taking on the role of Amanda Sinclair? And we wish Mishael a speedy recovery! Comment below.

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‘This Is Us’ To End Season Two Episodes Early From Original Order

As a result of production delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the current 5th season of the NBC’s This Is Us, will actually end two episodes short of its original order.

The announcement was made following last night’s airing that the Pearson family drama will close out its current season on its May 25th episode.  The season finale will also air one hour later in the 10pm EST slot, than its usual 9pm slot.

This Is Us will now be on a two-week hiatus until May 11th when it returns for all-new episodes as it heads towards its season’s end.

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Last night’s episode saw the dramatic heart-to-heart conversation between brothers Randall and Kevin, surrounding their conflict, played beautifully by Sterling K. Brown and Justin Hartley.

With its upcoming sixth season scheduled to be its last, no word yet if the two episodes that were not filmed, will end up there or be scratched.

So what did you think of last night’s This Is Us? Disappointed this season will be shorter than expected? Comment below.

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