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Top Daytime Emmy wins of Y2K Announced- Carlivati #1

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Ron Carlivati

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This week’s Soapgeist column featured another Top Ten of the Decade in Soaps.   TV Guide Canada’s Nelson Branco and On-Air On-Soaps, Michael Fairman merged their lists for the Best Wins at the Daytime Emmys over the past 10 soap seasons.  One Life’s head writer, Ron Carlivati topped the list for his win in 2008 when his soap finally won the Best Writing prize.   In at number two, Genie Francis who had never before won an Emmy for his legendary portrayal as Laura Spencer on General Hospital.  Francis won the Outstanding Supporting Actress in 2007.  Another legend, Jeanne Cooper, Katherine, The Young and the Restless was in third place for her Emmy win as Lead Actress in 2008 after ten nominations in her career without a victory.  In fourth place, who can forget Maurice Benard’s standing ovation in 2003 when he finally got the prize after ten years of playing mobster, Sonny Corinthos on GH? and rounding out the top five, Eden Riegel’s win for playing gay as Bianca on All My Children in 2005.  For the rest of the list and the humorous Dishonarable Mentions click here!

General Hospital

Kelly Monaco Back To Work As Lindsay Hartley Thanks GH For Her Time Playing Sam

General Hospital fans have been watching soap veteran, Lindsay Hartley fill-in for Kelly Monaco in the role of Sam on recent episodes of the ABC daytime drama series.

Now comes word via GH’s Bradford Anderson (Spinelli) via a Facebook live with Steve Burton (Jason) that Monaco is back filming new episodes. Burton added: “She’s good, she’s healthy and she’s back!”

Meanwhile, Hartley took to social media on Thursday and shared her gratitude for the chance to step in to the role for Sam for a bit, expressing: “Thank you General Hospital for the fortunate experience to play Sam, and especially during this moment in time. It was a fun ride.”

So, glad to know Kelly is back taping new episodes?  Let’s give a round of applause to Lindsay Hartley for a job well-done in Kelly’s absence. Comment below.

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B&B’s Tanner Novlan Talks On How His Family Dog Is Named “Thorne” & The New Soap Term “Intimacy Double”

The Bold and the Beautiful’s new doctor in town, Dr Finnegan, is played by Tanner Novlan, and he has already sent hearts-a-flutter following his debut to viewers of the CBS Daytime drama, but also for his on-screen love interest Steffy Forrester (played by Jacqueline MacInnes Wood).

On Thursday, Novlan appeared on the KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles with veteran entertainment reporter, Sam Rubin.   During their interview, Tanner revealed how his mom is a huge fans of B&B back in Canada  …. and how the family dog was even named after one of the Forrester men, “Thorne” Forrester.

As well, Novlan revealed he was cast in the role of Finn right before the pandemic hit and the television industry production shut down in Hollywood … and that he kept it a secret from his mom for a bit that he got the part for fear she might tweet about it!

Rubin asked about the safety protocols in place at the soap, and with B&B being the first TV show back in production during COVID-19 how the term “Intimacy Double” is being used on set.

Watch Tanner talk B&B, COVID-19 protocols and more with KTLA below.

Then let us know if you are enjoying his performance as Finn thus far in the comment section.

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Days Of Our Lives

DAYS Ron Carlivati Thanks Olivia Rose Keegan Ahead Of Isabel Durant’s Debut As Claire

Today on DAYS, Isabel Durant makes her on-screen debut as Claire Brady and fans are intrigued to see what she brings to the role, previously played by this year’s Daytime Emmy winner for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series, Olivia Rose Keegan.

Days of our Lives head writer, Ron Carlivati took to Twitter to wish Olivia well and thank her for her dynamic portrayal of Claire, sharing,  “Huge thank you to @oliviakeegann. who brought Claire Brady to life and made us care about her even when she was at her most dastardly. Wishing Olivia all the best as she writes her next chapter…”

Then, Carlivati officially welcomed Isabel to the role expressing: “But as one chapter ends, another begins. Please help me welcome Isabel Durant to Salem as she steps into the role of Claire.”

Make sure to check out Durant’s debut today and then let us know your thoughts on Olivia’s exit and Isabel taking over the role via the comment section below.

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B&B’s Heather Tom talks with Michael Fairman immediately following her record-tying win in the Lead Actress category during the 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.  Heather and Erika now hold the most wins for an actress with 6! Leave A Comment

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