Stars of Daytime television are slowly preparing themselves for the most glamorous evenings of the year – The 39th Annual Daytime Emmys. Watch ‘The Buzz’ to find out a little surprising information about those nominated for the Outstanding Drama Series and after you view, tell SoapOperaFan your predictions. Will the best show be named “All My Children,” “Days of Our Lives,” “General Hospital” or “The Young and the Restless” or will there be a tie?
Daytime stars came out to support the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Nominees at a cocktail reception on Thursday June 14 hosted by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ Daytime Programming Peer Group. Nominees in attendance included “The Bold And The Beautiful’s” John McCook (Eric) and Heather Tom (Katie), “Days Of Our Lives’” Shelley Hennig (ex-Stephanie), “General Hospital’s” Sean Blakemore (Shawn), and “The Young And The Restless’” Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe), Genie Francis (Genevieve), and Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea).
Soap Opera Fan Blog will bring readers the full list when it’s released, but for now expect to see “Days Of Our Lives” Kristian Alfonso (Hope) present an award. Anderson Cooper (“Anderson”), animal expert Jack Hanna, Rachael Ray (“The Rachael Ray Show”), Caroll Spinney (“Sesame Street”) and the cast of “The Doctors” will also be doing the honors.
Soaps.com, our sister site, has posted scene details, with accompanying videos, for what the soap opera actors submitted for this year’s 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which air June 23, 2012 on HLN.
Find out details for each nominees’ scene, the episode date and relive the moments through the links below… And don’t forget, we’ll be blogging live during the event!
“Days Of Our Lives” took home the award last Saturday night for Outstanding Daily Drama. Soap Opera Fan Blog sends our best to the cast and crew!
Previously Reported on January 19:
The nominees for the 23rd Annual GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards have been released. The awards recognize shows in the mainstream media for their accurate, fair and inclusive representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
ABC’s now defunct “All My Children” and NBC’s “Days Of Our Lives” received nods in the category of Outstanding Daily Drama. Read the rest of this entry »
Ingo Rademacher’s wife Ehiku recently gave birth to the couple’s second child at their home. The actor tweeted, “My wife Ehiku Rademacher gave birth to our son Pohaku this morning at our Hawaii house. Everyone is doing great. Happy Mother’s Day.”
Originally posted December 19, 2011:
“General Hospital’s” Ingo Rademacher (Jax) has done it again. The actor and his wife Ehiku have announced that they are currently expecting another child. The couple already has a three and a half year old named Peanut. Read the rest of this entry »
Former “The Young And The Restless” actor Eric Roberts, who played Vance Abrams, is currently filming “West End,” in towns along the Jersey Shore. Roberts will play the murdered father of a boy who left his mob family, only to return after his father’s murder as an FBI agent.
The film also stars former “One Life To Live” actress Melissa Archer (ex-Natalie Banks), Neal Bledsoe (“Smash,” “Law & Order: SVU”), Isabella Hoffman (“Criminal Minds,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) and Peter Onorati (“Goodfellas,” “Castle”). Production will finish up on May 20 with an anticipated fall premiere at the Prudential Center in Newark.