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The Bold and the Beautiful & The Bay Win Big At 45th Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards!

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It was a good night to be BOLD! The CBS Daytime drama series, The Bold and the Beautiful racked up the most Daytime Emmys; along with the iconic children series, Sesame Street last night at the 45th Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

The show honors the best in behind the scenes crafts for daytime programming, as well as handing out key acting honors in the digital drama series arena.

The ceremony held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium saw B&B take home 7 honors including: Outstanding Lighting Design for a Drama Series, Outstanding Drama Series Technical Team, Outstanding Live to Tape Sound Mixing, Outstanding Music Composition for a Drama Series, Outstanding Make-Up, Outstanding Costume Design, and Stunt Coordination.

The Bay took home 5 Daytime Emmys for Kristos Andrews, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Drama Series, Jade Harlow, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Digital Drama Series, Eric Nelsen, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Drama Series, Gregory J. Martin for Outstanding Direction of a Digital Drama Series, and Patrika Darbo for Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Drama Series.

General Hospital picked up three awards including the ninth Daytime Emmy for Casting Director extraordinaire, Mark Teschner.  The ABC soap also won Outstanding Song for “Who I Am”, and Outstanding Art Direction.

The Young and the Restless picked up the prize for Outstanding Multi-Camera Editing for a Drama Series, and Outstanding Hairstyling for a Drama Series.

Former daytime stars, Michael Park (Jack, ATWT) and Kristolyn Lloyd (Dayzee,-B&B) also received Emmys for their Today Show appearance performing songs from the Tony-winning smash, Dear Evan Hansen.

So, what do you think about the night’s big winners at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards? Comment below.

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eddie
eddie

Can you please put a link on your twitter tomorrow so people who do not have facebook can watch the show.Also, the first 20 minutes of the red carpet coverage on facebook last night was not scene.During this time I went to you tube and their was no sound but we saw the people walking around for 20 minutes.Did anyone tell you about these problems?

Violet Lemm
Violet Lemm

Eddie, you can see just about anything to do with the Emmys on UTube

Phyllis Fontaine DeMarco
Phyllis Fontaine DeMarco

Congratulations to all who were nominated and won. Shout out to Miss Beehive And RC Cates- didn’t win, but loved the song and music and Miss Beehive’s lovely voice on YR.
I can see how Bold won best costumes-despite most scenes taking place on a mattress.
I am pretty sure the costumers are behind all the great frocks and designs the Forresters-and Spectras are credited with.
The ceremony and red carpet lasted hours. Kudos to all press covering the event for their tenacity and hope cocktails were available.
Looking forward to tomorrow night’s results and good luck to all. Thanks for the coverage, Michael.

K/kay
K/kay

Proof once again these awards are a joke

K/kay
K/kay

Best casting parking lot Frank I just roll my eyes

Shay
Shay

I do believe that one garnered a collective rolling of eyes, K/kay! It was something that you simply couldn’t make up….

jaybird369
jaybird369

L-O-L

dmr
dmr

HAHAHAHA! No kidding! I can’t stand “Parking Lot Pete,” and won’t watch any episode that he is in-what a joke! His girlfriend continues to pimp him out-on the cooking channel, and at the Creative Art Emmy Awards. So ridiculous! Funny, I swear he wore the same blue suit at the Creative Art Emmy Awards that they always put him in on GH!

xmascarol
xmascarol

I agree the Bold and the Beautiful stinks it is so boring I tried to watch it and it does not peak my interest.What about Days ?Boy did they ever get robbed.How can they have ignored Days they have the best stories on now?

dmr
dmr

I can’t sit thru the Liam, Steffy, Hope-all 22 minutes of it, every single day. No thanks. Can’t stand either of them!

jaybird369
jaybird369

K/kay…where B&B is concerned, it’s getting BEYOND OLD AND STALE watching that Bill/Brooke/Ridge and that Hope/Liam/Steffy silliness!!!!! At this point, I don’t think that Bradley Bell has a CLUE as to how to run B&B…AT ALL!!!!! Moron.

Have a good one, K/kay.

Kevin C
Kevin C

CONGRATS to B&B winning for best Outstanding Music Composition which I totally agree with for Jack Allocco and David Kurtz compose the music and they use to be with Y&R which I so wish they were back at Y&R, to me they are the tops in their craft…

rpm
rpm

Casey Moss not winning proves these award shows are a joke as soon as rome flynn won i shut the computer down goodbye

dmr
dmr

Rome whined last year, about not being nominated or winning. Can’t believe he won this year! What a total joke!

lin
lin

There was problems with my online feed. Buffering and I have good internet speed. I missed best supporting actress. , and part of the GH 55th clips. Don’t know what happened. I wish it were on Tv. As far as the awards themselves, I was disappointed GH did so poorly. I thought the Joely Fischer sang beautifully, but the song should be a background to the In Memoriam. Not her fault the song should be quiet and be secondary to the video. I didn’t feel the song was the proper song for the mood, but she sang well. I felt the female co-host’s banter was improper in these days . Just my opinion. If she were a man and Mario was a woman, everyone would agree.

Timmm
Timmm

Not a Days fan but happy for their fans. Greg Vaughn’s win was awesome! I wish Marla would have won but Cam is so good, I am cool with her win. As far as GH’s big casting win, I agree, even though Frank screws over GH’s legendary characters, he and Mark do find good actors such as Greg Evigan and Max Gail and these two did and are making an an amazing impact as Jim and Mike.

Breaking News

Cynthia Watros Replaces Michelle Stafford As GH’s Nina Reeves

Another big name is headed to the cast of General Hospital on the heels of the upcoming departure of Michelle Stafford.  Daytime Emmy winner, Cynthia Watros had been cast as the the new Nina Reeves.  Fans of Guiding Light remember her star turn as Annie Dutton, and she was last see on on daytime in the role of Kelly Andrews on The Young and the Restless (2013-2014).

As previously reported, Daytime Emmy winner, Michelle Stafford is headed back to her old stomping grounds of The Young and the Restless to play her signature soap role of Phyllis Summer.  She will replace her own recast, Daytime Emmy winner, Gina Tognoni.  Both actresses are said to be finishing taping their current runs on their respective shows in May. Watros will begin her GH run in Port Charles in June,

GH’s EP Frank Valentini tweeted on today’s casting news: “It’s a bittersweet day. I love @TheRealStafford and wish her all the best. I’m also really excited about @watroswatros joining the #GH family and continuing Nina’s legacy.”

PEOPLE.com broke the casting change.  Stafford has been with GH since 2014.  As for Watros, she opted to leave her role on Y&R to join the cast of MTV’s Finding Carter.  She is also known for her run on the hit ABC drama, Lost and other notable primetime series and films.

Michelle Stafford’s on-screen GH love interest, James Patrick Stuart, tweeted on the news: “Cynthia Watros … Big fan.”

So, what do you think of the casting of Cynthia Watros as the new Nina Reeves? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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Short Film ‘She & Her’ Starring GH’s Carolyn Hennesy Has Premiere Screening With Support Of Daytime Community

A very topical short film in the post-Harvey Weinstein scandal and the #MeToo movement made its debut recently.  The film, She & Her directed by General Hospital production associate Nate Hapke, and written and co-produced by Y&R script and story coordinator, Rosie Grace, explores the complicated friendship between three women as they attempt to find their voice and tell their own stories in Hollywood.

The short stars the one and only Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller, GH) in the role of Poppy Sinclaire, a jaded ex-actress whose past comes back to haunt her when a young up and comer encourages her to publicly share her story of Hollywood abuse.

Hennesy’s co-stars include: Gwen Hillier who now is in front of the camera after working as a casting associate at GH.  Gwen has appeared on Transparent and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and the other part of this trio is Mackenzie Breeden.

During its world premiere of She & Her (March 30th at the Harmony Gold Theatre in Hollywood) The Young and the Restless’ Brytni Sarpy (Elena) and Kate Linder (Esther) were on hand to lend their support; as was former GH star, Chloe Lanier (Ex-Nelle).  (Hapke is pictured below flanked by Lanier and Sarpy).

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Following the film’s screening, the cast and crew took to the stage for a Q&A.  The cast was engaged through a lively discussion about the making of  the film, and the ways in which the filmmakers tackled topics such as  sexual assault, without exploiting the sensitive issue..

Following this LA premiere, She & Her will be embarking on its festival run, screening at venues all over the world.

Screenings will be announced on the official She & Her Facebook and  Twitter pages.

The film is the work of P 1 2 3 Productions and Soza Productions.

It’s always refreshing to see those behind the scenes of the soaps, and those in front of the camera, coming together for an artistic project.

So, are you intrigued to see Carolyn and her co-stars in She & Her? Check out the trailer, and let us know via the comment section below.

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GH’s Rebeeca Herbst and Cassandra James ‘Day of Silence’ Challenge In Support Of LGBTQ Students

On Tuesday, General Hospital via their social media accounts posted an important video  message and challenge to their viewers and colleagues featuring Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth) and Cassandra James (Terry)  This coming Friday, April 12th is the day when the initiative  “Day of Silence” will take place for many LBTYQ students in their classrooms.

The annual day spearheaded by GLSEN is a student-led national event to spread awareness about the effects of the bullying and harassment.  During it, students take a day-long vow of silence to symbolically represent the silencing of LGBTQ students

In story on GH, the character of Elizabeth’s longtime friend, Terry, is transgender, and is played by trans actress, James.  In addition, GH has been shedding light on the bullying of  a young boy through the storyline involving Elizabeth’s young son, Aiden, who is experiencing trouble from his fellow students at school.

GH expresses these important facts and their challenge in the video: “Nearly 80% of LGBTQ students experience verbal harassment in school. This silent video is in support of youth & all those organizing the on 4/12 in their schools – we challenge you to make a video & tag 3 more friends!”

GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) is the leading national education organization working to create safe schools for ALL students.

For more on the “Day of Silence” check it out here.  

Watch the video of Herbt and James below.  Then let us know, will you be standing with them on April 12th and LGBTQ Students who have been harrassed or bullied? Will you make a video and be part of the challenge? Comment below.

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