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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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Ms Shelia M Smith

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.

Dynasty

TONIGHT: ‘Dynasty’ Season Four Premiere

Truly one of the most entertaining TV show’s is back tonight with the return of CW’s witty, lusty, twisty, and oh-so-soapy, Dynasty!

The fourth season has a 21-episode order and will air in its Friday night slot beginning tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT.

In story, and in tonight’s season opener entitled “That Unfortunate Dinner”: Fallon (Elizabeth Gillies) and Liam (Adam Huber) plan their wedding, with some unsolicited input from Alexis (Elaine Hendrix), which leaves Fallon questioning if Alexis could be right.

 

Meanwhile, Alexis and Jeff (Sam Adegoke) have a photo shoot to announce their new ‘power couple’ status.  While, Dominique (Michael Michele) runs into hiccups with her new fashion line and turns to unexpected sources for help. Blake (Grant Show) is determined to work on his relationship with Cristal (Daniella Alonso) and Culhane (Robert C. Riley) advises Sam (Rafael De La Fuente) on his current state of affairs.  That’s not all!  Anders (Alan Dale) does some digging and is shocked by what he finds and Adam’s (Sam Underwood) confession to Kirby (Maddison Brown) is met with surprising results.

The CW released this clip ahead of tonight’s episode where just as Liam and Fallon toast to their “drama-free” next chapter, a clumsy waiter messes up the photo right through Liam’s face with a bottle of champagne, as Liam’s disdainful mother (Sharon Lawrence) arrives on the scene.

Check out the clip below and let us know if you are looking forward to Dynasty’s return via the comment section.

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THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS: Adam and Nick Trapped as Faith Needs a Newman Kidney

This week on The Young and the Restless ,”Oh, brother”, takes on a whole new meaning.  In story, Nick (Joshua Morrow) shows up in Kansas looking for Adam (Mark Grossman) who is hiding out there, and once he obviously locates him things get pretty intense, especially from the looks of the all-new promo released on Sunday for the CBS Daytime drama series.

With a tornado on the way, Faith (Reylynn Caster) in desperate need of Adam’s kidney, and a heated discussion in a storm cellar, the stakes could not be higher.

In the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest on newsstands now, Joshua Morrow previewed the situation between the two men who never see eye-to-eye: “Obviously there two aren’t the closest of people, and Adam is very leery of trusting Nick in any shape or form.  Nick does his darnedest to outline how serious the situation is with Faith, but Adam doesn’t believe him.  Adam doesn’t want Faith in harm’s way, but his first inclination is to assume this is a trap.”

But speaking of trapped, that’s exactly what it looks like happens when the ceiling collapses and Adam is the one who takes the brunt of it.  Watch the latest Y&R promo below.

Then weigh-in: do you hope Adam is able to save Faith with his kidney? Will this bond the brothers forever, if so? Will the two of them get out of Kansas without permanent injuries to either of them? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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General Hospital

GH’s Nancy Lee Grahn to be Featured in Alexis-Centric Episode to Mark Her Upcoming 25 Years on the ABC Daytime Drama

She is a two Daytime Emmy-winning actress, and one of the best that has ever graced the soap genre, and now General Hospital’s Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis) will have an episode devoted to her, and her soap opera alter-ego, next week on the ABC daytime drama series.

The episode has been scheduled to air on Wednesday, April 7th.

Grahn will celebrate her 25th anniversary with GH in September, but as the imminent milestone draws near, and with Alexis in story getting ready to begin a three-year stint in Pentonville, it sets up plenty of drama for the former legal eagle of Port Charles; who has had an enduring battle with booze.

 

According to Nancy, who spoke with Soap Opera Digest in their latest issue on newsstands now, “I will say that she (Alexis) knows she can’t stop drinking unless she faces her life as it really is and not as she’s faked it thus far, and she is perhaps forcing a brutal bottom in order for her to rise again from the ashes.”

Viewers can look for Alexis to interact with many characters, plus a brand new character, and her on-screen daughters within the episode.

Grahn added to what fans will see, “I feel like this show is not so much about what Alexis discovers, but how that discovery and resolution will affect the heart of so many who watch it.  I feel that many will relate in a personal way.”

So, excited to see the Alexis-centric episode featuring Nancy? Comment below.

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