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Y&R To Showcase Daytime Emmy-Winning Performances From Series Past

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Gearing up for Daytime’s biggest night on June 26th, when the 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards are presented on CBS (8 p.m. EST), The Young and the Restless next week will feature encore rebroadcasts of some of the Daytime Emmy-winning performance from the cast over the past several decades.

Look for Lead Actor winners, Eric Braeden (Victor) and Peter Bergman (Jack), Outstanding Younger Actor winner, Bryton James (Devon), Outstanding Younger Actress winner, Camryn Grimes (then Cassie, now Mariah) and Outstanding Supporting Actress winners, Beth Maitland (Traci)  to be featured.

Here is what to look for the week of June 22-26

Monday June, 22  (OAD: 6/27/84)

(Beth Maitland won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her performance in this episode. Beth was the very first Y&R actor to win a Daytime Emmy Award.)

Traci (Beth Maitland) is rescued by Danny (Michael Damian) and Cricket (Lauralee Bell), Nikki’s plan to reunite Victor (Eric Braeden) and his estranged mother, Cora (Dorothy McgGuire) backfires and Lauren (Tracey Bregman) faces off against Gina Roma (Patti Weaver).

Tuesday, June 23 (OAD: 3/19/97)

(Eric Braeden won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for his performance in this episode.)

Victor (Eric Braeden)  makes a fresh start with Hope (Signy Coleman) and Adam, Malcolm (Shemar Moore) comforts Drucilla (Victoria Rowell) and viewers are introduced to Cassie (Camryn Grimes).

Wednesday, June 24 (OAD: 10/16/06)

(Bryton James won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series for his performance in this episode.)

Devon (Bryton James) struggles with his hearing loss, Jill (Jess Walton) and Jack (Peter Bergman) fight for control at Jabot, and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) crosses the line to help Brad (Don Diamont).

Thursday, June 25  (OAD: 11/15/91)

(Peter Bergman won the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his performance in this episode.)

Jack (Peter Bergman) makes a confession about his marriage to Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), Dina (Marla Adams) makes amends with John (Jerry Douglas), and Jill (Jess Walton) has a special assignment for Paul (Doug Davidson) and Nathan (Nathan Purdee).

Friday, June 26 (OAD: 7/19/99)

(Camryn Grimes won the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress for her performance in this episode)

Sharon (Sharon Case) and Nick (Joshua Morrow) are awarded custody of Cassie (Camryn Grimes), Cole (J. Eddie Peck) romances Ashley (Eileen Davidson) and Neil (Kristoff St. John) helps Victor (Eric Braeden) protect Newman Enterprises.

So which Emmy-winning performance on Y&R are you looking forward to seeing the most? Comment below.

 

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I never liked the Daytime Emmy Awards ..
The actors need to submit themselves.
And– there are the many who don’t get into doing that..
And others who are much better than the submitters.

When reading the lists,
I feel there are others/some that are much better
but didn’t submit themselves.

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Hello i think Bryton James is a great actor my best friend Your friend Ms Shelia M Smith

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sonniorsolita

These episodes sound great. Have been wishing to see Michael Damien! Didn’t know Beth Maitland was the first Y&R actor to win an Emmy — she’s still exciting to watch in her scenes.

Maddy Hayes
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Maddy Hayes

Beth is an excellent actress.

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Violet Lemm

Cameron Grimes has always been a favorite,especially as our little Cassie.Will never forget her adoption day,when Nick became her real daddy. Her death scene was equally unforgettable and heartbreaking. Good luck to all the nominees!

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All the actors are good they should get a standing novation they are very good with there lines great job the number 1 day time soap opera way to go. y’all you have a special place in my ❤. Talk to you soon.

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‘Tiger King’s’ Carole Baskin Gets Emotional In ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Preview Leading Into Tonight’s Competition

Dancing with the Stars returns on a special night on ABC, Tuesday September 22nd (8 p. m. EST) for the first elimination of the new season.

In a preview ahead of its airing, ABC released a promo featuring Tiger King’s Carole Baskin, who had scored the lowest tally in last week’s competition, breaking down in tears, in front of the cameras.

The impetus of the emotional moment was when Carole was talking about the impact the Netflix series has had on her life.  Baskin is paired with pro dancer Pasha Pashkov with whom she tells, “This is the absolute worst of this”, when recalling what she went through. For Baskin, did not like how she was portrayed in the series.

Carole runs the Big Cat Rescue Sanctuary in Florida and since “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” became a smash hit, she has found herself in controversy.

As viewers and the public now know, Joe Maldonado-Passage (AKA “Joe Exotic”), is serving a 22-year prison term for his part in in a murder-for-hire plot to kill Baskin.

During tonight’s competition look for her and Pashkov to dance the Viennese Waltz to “What’s New Pussycat” by Tom Jones further playing up her cat and tiger association.

Watch the preview below, then let us know: what do you think of Baskin’s sentiments? Will she be be first celebrity contestant leaving the ballroom tonight? Comment below.

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B&B’s Scott Clifton On Liam Finding Steffy Passed Out and Unresponsive: “This Is Where It All Combusts”

If you caught Friday’s cliffhanger of The Bold and the Beautiful you know that Liam (Scott Clifton) found Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) out cold on her couch as her growing addiction to painkillers has taken hold of her.

That sets the stage for some major drama and potential reckoning for Steffy this week on the CBS Daytime drama series.

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In a preview of what to expect, Scott Clifton shared with Soap Opera Digest on their latest issue on newsstands now:  “This is where it all combusts.”

Liam had gone to Steffy’s talk to her about her growing relationship with Finn (Tanner Novlan) and to express his concerns, but he walks into a dire situation for Steffy and their daughter.

Clifton goes on to say on Liam’s state of mind: “He goes into a full panic to th point where he’s slapping her face to get her to snap out of it.”

When Steffy comes to, Scott shares: “She’s disoriented and reactive and defensive. She’s clearly loaded and Liam just asks her, ‘Are you still on pills?”

How does Steffy answer? What comes next? It all could be game-changer for not only Steffy’s relationship with Liam, but Liam’s with Hope (Annika Noelle) as well.

So, what have you thought of Steffy’s addiction to painkillers storyline arc thus far?  Should Liam mind his own business where Dr. Finnegan is concerned?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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First Look: Y&R’s Lauralee Bell in ‘Ruby’; Initial Film in Lifetime’s V.C. Andrews’ Landry Family Movie Series

The Young and the Restless‘ Lauralee Bell (Christine) as previously reported, and now with trailers and images from the set, portrays Daphne Dumas in Ruby and The Pearl in the Mist, in the first two movies in Lifetime’s upcoming V.C. Andrews’ Landry Family movie series.

The moving series will begin airing in 2021.  In the series, Lauralee plays the manipulative stepmother to Ruby (Rachelle Banno) and her sister Giselle (Karina Banno).  From the log lines: “Stepmom Daphne is unhappy with the new addition when Ruby arrives to disrupt her perfect family with husband Pierre (Gil Bellows)”

These movies mark Bell’s reunion with producer Reel One Entertainment after starring as the lead in their LMN films, Nightmare Tenant in 2019, where she also served as Executive Producer, and Mistress Hunter in 2018. Bell also previously starred in Lifetime’s Past Sins.

Bell posted the teaser for Ruby on her Instagram sharing: “Sneak peak of #vcandrewsruby The first of two movies I did for @lifetimetv at the beginning of the year! So grateful to have done this project before the quarantine! What a gift!Thank you producers, directors amazing cast & crew.”

You can check out the first look trailer below.

So, looking forward to seeing Lauralee in this Lifetime family movie series? Comment below.

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