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WATCH: 44th Daytime Emmys Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series Nominated Performances!

In a hotly contested race at this year’s 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, five men,  two who have been previous winners in this category, vie for this year’s Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

The five finalists include: Days of our Lives icon, John Aniston (Victor), who after decades has landed his first ever Daytime Emmy nomination. Aniston faces stiff competition from his DAYS castmate James Reynolds (Abe), General Hospital’s Chad Duell (Michael) and Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Ex-Carlos/Joe Rivera) and former Y&R star, Steve Burton (Ex-Dylan).

From Steve Burton’s performance when Dylan learns that baby Sully is not his, to Chad Duell’s reel where Michael loses both the love of his life and his brother in the same year, to Parise’s tour de force as a hit man trying to stay alive and out for revenge, and then playing the bad boy’s brother, the voters had their work cut out for them.

Watch their nominated work after the jump.  Then let us know who you think should win the Outstanding Supporting Actor prize on April 30th when the ceremonies are live-streamed in the comment section below!


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”Parise’s tour de force as a hit man trying to stay alive and out for revenge, and then playing the bad boy’s brother, the voters had their work cut out for them.”

^^^ .. My pick .. the winner ..

tony
tony

John Aniston will be robbed if he doesn’t get it. But Steve and Jeffrey rocked the house too. John deserves it this year.

Mo
Mo

John Aniston!

Soaphound
Soaphound

Sorry, Chad seems like a likeable fellow, but this just wasn’t a strong enough year for him to warrant a nomination. I’d love to see Jeffrey Vincent Parise take the statue this year. He was delightfully devilish as Carlos Rivera. He may have been a hit man but certainly a complex one, thanks to a perfectly shaded performance. He was funny, sexy, scary, often at the same time. Plus I’d like the “powers that be” to see how foolish they were to let his character bite the dust, however beautifully he did it.

Phil
Phil

I only watch DAYS and GH, but shoot after watching these scenes I am convinced that I was right before watching them… this Emmy totally belongs to Chas Duell! Still think he is under appreciated, but always rises to th occasion!

JasonLovesGH
JasonLovesGH

Steve Burton…in a landslide!

Libby
Libby

My Vote goes to John Aniston. Victor K. Has kept mebtuned into a terrible regime. HE MADE SO MUCH OF WHAT WAS GIVEN. He hasvwell n deserved a nomination and win since 1985.

I do think Steve Burton made one (if not his best) of his best performance ever (YR or GH) . Dylan was a forced character on YR ovrerall. MISS HIM LIKE CRAZY AS s Jason Quartermsine or Jason Morgan alongside Billy Miller as Jake Morgan. REGARDLESS , super reel , Steve!

jeanine girard
jeanine girard

A tough category, for sure! Of course, how can you not love JVP?!?! Please let Y & R snap him up or he sure would bring the charisma to mostly-dull-right-now B & B. Still blown away that GH couldn’t find a way to work him back in somehow! Heck, if they can revive the Olivia Jerome character and all the incarnations of various Cassidines …
Re: Steve Burton. For the first time he commanded the screen and really impressed me with his performances in his final weeks! Why did we not receive this kind of character when he first came on board?! I’m sure the Emmy will go to one of these two gents.

Newmanwins
Newmanwins

And the winner is….Chadwick Duell.

Celia
Celia

John Aniston is a true entertainer. He makes me laugh. I get his dry/ insulting humor; LOL. Cracks me up each and every time he puts someone down; yet , not meaning to be funny. It is that trait that makes him stand apart from the rest. It’s his amusing charm! I find myself in sync with him, no matter the situation. Love him!!
I am truly disappointed that he’s never won. He deserves the Emmy and more.
Please, not “Abe”.

I can’t question Chad’s performance, as Michael, a couple or so years past; but, I do not see anything in this actor deserving an Emmy, since I’ve been watching. He is a somnambulist. Not his fault, considering his insignificant role. He is used as a-go-between and the idea of him calling Sonny, “Dad”, turns me right off.

I have always thought of Vincent’s Carlos as elusive…..a monster in his own way. I think he did well ….not as crazy, but he’s sort of the male version of Olivia Jerome ( chimera).

I was never into Steve’s Dylan, but, boy, oh boy, did he ever ‘sock-it to me” at the end of his tenure on Y&R. He floored me! The sadness and tears got to me. He is great when he shows emotion, shedding his robocop countenance. But, I still want John to win. LOL.

k/kay
k/kay

Burton and Anniston tie ! Do it!!

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EP Ken Corday Shares Favorite All-Time DAYS Storyline Is Marlena’s Possession

While in Australia, Ken Corday, the executive producer of Days of our Lives, sat down for an interviews segment on 9Now’s Today Extra to talk about the rich history and enduring success of the long-running NBC daytime drama series, which is about to celebrate yet another anniversary in just a few short weeks on November 8th.

During the conversation, Ken was asked about his all-time favorite storyline, or if he had a frontrunner within the wealth of twist, turns, romances, adventure, and drama that has been part of the town of Salem for over five and a half decades.  Corday expressed that he did have a frontrunner … and that is was Marlena being possessed by the devil from the mid-90’s.

 

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Ken told the Today Extra hosts: ‘When we took Deidre Hall, the lovely Marlena Evans, and had her possessed by the devil. It was right out of The Exorcist!’

The EP also admitted at first he was reticent to tell the story:  “I first said, ‘No, you’re mad this will never work!’ But we did it for a few weeks, and the story was meant to play out and then end at Christmas, but it ended up going on until Easter.”

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That plot came from the mind of the late soap scribe, James Reilly, and had gone through many twists from when John Black (Drake Hogestyn) was a priest in one of that character’s many incarnations, and at the time, it was John who has to perform that exorcism on the woman he loved, after Stefano (the late Joe Mascolo) left Marlena vulnerable for demonic forces to enter her body.

There was the bed levitating, the yellow eyes, and more, along with Deidre Hall’s great performance, that made this one of the more spectacular soap opera tales ever told on daytime.   In fact, over the weekend, Hall commented on Corday’s choice tweeting:  “Couldn’t have said it better myself!!”

So, would you vote for Marlena’s possession as your top all-time Days story .. or do you have another pick that you think ranks at the top? Let us know your thoughts via the comment section below.

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DAYS Kate Mansi Talks ‘Chad & Abby in Paris’ With KTLA Morning News

If you’ve downloaded the DOOL app, you are now catching chapter 2 of the successful app series, Chad & Abby in Paris, featuring Days of our Lives stars, Kate Mansi (Abigail) and Billy Flynn (Chad).

In the series, the duo known as “Chabby” is in Paris with their children, while dealing with intrusions in their relationship that seem to draw them closer together and make them stronger as a couple.

Last Friday, Kate Mansi was the special guest on the KTLA Morning News out in Los Angeles with entertainment guru, Sam Rubin and the morning news team.

During her segment, Kate discussed: what makes Chad & Abby in Paris different than the regular airshows of Days of our Lives. how she directed some scenes on an upcoming episode of the app series, how she is looking forward to getting more into directing in addition to her acting career, plus here real-life engagement.

Mansi revealed that Chad and Abby will be back on-screen on new episodes of NBC’s Days of our Lives this fall.

Watch Kate chat it up below with the KTLA crew.

Then let us know, are you enjoying chapter 2 of Chad & Abby in Paris on the DOOL app?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Stefan is Brain-Dead After Getting In Lani’s Line Of Fire

If you caught last Friday’s Days of our Lives, and as we head into a new and dramatic-filled week ahead in Salem, after jumping in front of a bullet meant for Vivian (Robin Strasser), Stefan (Brandon Barash) has been shot badly – he has a gun shot wound to the neck through the carotid artery.

Lani (Sal Stowers), who fired the shot in an effort to stop and take down Vivian for her crimes against Kate (Lauren Koslow), et al, now finds herself in very, very hot water, and none more so than with Stefan’s wife, Gabi (Camila Banus).

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In the waiting area, Gabi shows up and confronts Lani. However, Lani and Abe (James Reynolds) try to explain it was an accident.  Gabi reminds him of how he felt after Theo was shot.  As Gabi runs off to see Stefan, Lani cries, “What if he dies?”

When Gabi arrives in the trauma room, she is told by Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) and team that they worked on Stefan for over 20 minutes but he is brain-dead. Vivian, who alerted Gabi to what happened, and showed up at the hospital incognito in her scrubs to check up on the fate of her son, is trying to make her escape plan from Salem

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Meanwhile, Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) is MIA from her hospital room as she and Doug (Bill Hayes) go to Doug’s Place.  She wants to breathe her last breath there, and wants one last night with her beloved husband.  Julie asks Doug, if she has been a good wife to him, knowing the end is near. After reminiscing of their past and flashbacks, and Julie wanting to have one last dance, she passes out

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Next, Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Eli (Lamon Archey) arrive at Doug’s Place and find Doug crying.  They tells him that they need to  get Julie back to the hospital but Doug says it’s too late. Everyone is heartbroken.

So, what have you thoughts of the twist? Stefan brain-dead? Gabi on the warpath? Julie’s plight and its toll on Doug? How do you think this will all play itself out? Could Stefan come back to life as others have via Dr. Rolf? Share your thoughts below.

But first, for a preview of what’s to come check out the latest DAYS promo from NBC.

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