The Reveal is Unreal. Will she say I do or I don’t? And Billy’s a lover, not a quitter.
Following last week’s revelation to her husband, Victor Newman (Eric Braeden), that Dylan (Steve Burton) is actually Paul’s (Doug Davidson) son and not Ian Ward’s (Ray Wise), Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) is nearly at a loss for words as she tells Paul that he’s Dylan’s father just as Dylan walks into the room. Meanwhile, Hillary (Mishael Morgan) is dabbling in a father/son triangle and potential “Who’s The Daddy?” territory with her upcoming nuptials to Neil (Kristoff St. John). Will Devon (Bryton James) be able to stop the wedding?
Finally, a new Billy hits the screen beginning Tuesday, June 24 when Burgess Jenkins takes over the role previously portrayed by David Tom and Billy Miller. Of course, he’s already shirtless bein that it’s summer time. It was only a matter of time…
The best of the best took home statues during the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards last night, and while viewers were able to see the winners accept their honors on stage, Soap Opera Network caught up with many of them for exclusive backstage reactions! Where will they put their gorgeous gold statues? And how will they celebrate being the top of the top in their field? Read on to find out!
Within all of the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Award news comes the exciting announcement that “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Linsey Godfrey (Caroline Spencer) and “The Young and the Restless’” Robert Adamson (Noah Newman) have welcomed their new baby girl into the world!
A representative for “B&B” confirms that Godfrey gave birth to daughter Aleda Seren Adamson on Thursday, June 12.
Our congratulations to the happy couple and their new addition!
Once again proving that its at the top of the heap when it comes to daytime, CBS swept the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy awards with 13 drama related wins, leading all networks. “The Young and the Restless” took home a combined total of nine wins during the Creative Arts Emmy Awards and the Emmy Awards, while “The Bold and the Beautiful” managed to snag four. NBC’s “Days of our Lives” took home three Emmy awards, while ABC’s “General Hospital” garnered two. Meanwhile, Toln.com’s “All My Children” won three awards, while “One Life to Live” took home three, as well.
Last night, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences officially announced the winners of the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards in a star-studded gala at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles. Soap Opera Network live blogged during the exciting event, but we also wanted to bring you a comprehensive list of the night’s big winners. Read on to find out who took home the drama related golden statues!
Kathy Griffin, who is hosting this year’s kudocast, opened the show telling everyone to “work bitch” with music set to Britney Spears’ song of the same now, proving cursing is okay for an online telecast not needing commercials. She added an “F” bomb soon after that. Kathy also talked about how crappy last year’s awards was.
10 minutes into the show, no award has been handed out, but with no commercials, Kathy’s stand up stick is okay…for now. Kathy sped things up and introduced Billy Bush of “Access Hollywood,” who presented the first award of the night – Outstanding Supporting Actor and Actress in a Drama Series.
Of the nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actor, Eric Martsolf (Brady Black) to took home his first Daytime Emmy Award in his first nomination. He beat out “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Scott Clifton (Liam Spencer), “General Hospital’s” Bradford Anderson (ex-Damian Spinelli) and Dominic Zamprogna (Dante Falconeri) and “The Young and the Restless’” Steve Burton (Dylan McAvoy).
Bush then presented Outstanding Supporting Actress to Amelia Heinle for her portrayal of Victoria Newman from CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.” This is Heinle’s first nomination and first win after more than 20 years working in daytime television. An emotional Amelia beat out “Y&R” co-stars Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Fisher), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Newman), “GH’s” Kelly Sullivan and Jane Elliot (Tracy Quartermaine). Heinle thanked former “Y&R” co-star Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbott), who is nominated tonight for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama series, in particular.
Casey Moss and Kate Mansi of NBC’s “Days of our Lives” presented Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program,but before getting things started they congratulated their co-star Eric Martsolf. The award went to “The People’s Court.” It beat out “Divorce Court,” “Judge Judy” and “Justice For All With Christina Perez.”
Outstanding Talk Show Host(s) was a tie between Dr. Mehmet Oz of “The Dr. Oz Show” and Katie Couric of “The Katie Couric Show.” Neither winner was here. The award was presented by Mario Lopez (host of “Extra”).
“Y&R’s” Sharon Case and Camryn Grimes presented Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team went to their very show, “The Young and the Restless.” The soap beat out “B&B” and “DAYS.”
Emmy nominees from “B&B” Scott Clifton and Kim Matula (Hope Logan) presented Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team with co-star Darin Brooks (Wyatt Fuller). “One Life to Live” picked up the award, to add to its tally from the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Friday night. Jill Mitwell picked up the award. The soap beat out “B&B” and “Y&R.”
Nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Michael Baldwin on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” for the fifth time, Christian Jules Le Blanc, a native of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, goes into tonight’s ceremony with a career total of nine nominations under his belt (the aforementioned five for lead actor and four for supporting actor) with three wins in 2005, 2007 and 2009 in the lead category.
While he had plenty of material he could’ve chosen from during calendar year 2013 for his reel, ultimately he chose scenes that included on screen love interest and scene partner Tracey E. Bregman, where her character, Lauren Fenmore, was lying to Michael. “Just bold faced lies,” corrects Le Blanc with a smirk. “It was great. Tracey did amazing work, where it’s one of those ones where you just can’t, well, you don’t see that side of Lauren a lot, but she was just lying like a rug.” But how did that showcase Michael? “Well, I’m calling [Tracey] on it. It’s all that great wonderful stuff that [the writers] came up with. It was so believable and the dialogue was so painful. And I think we talked about this before, where it’s like, we rehearsed in the room and we’d be so upset, because it’s like being an old married couple after awhile. We’ve all known each other for so long, it’s like, ‘Oh god.’ You think you’ve heard it all before, but then they try this whole new, it’s like flexing a whole different muscle. We’d be crying in the dressing room going, ‘This is inappropriate for the scene! Why are we doing this? Let’s get it all out now.’”
As almost every daytime performer will tell you, the unsung heroes of the business are most definitely the behind-the-scenes crew members who work day in and day out at perfecting the music, lighting, scripts, direction, hair, makeup and other aspects that go into making the daytime industry the spectacular business that it is. Tonight, these talented artists were honored at the 41st Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, held at The Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. And while Soap Opera Network live blogged during the ceremony, we also wanted to bring you a comprehensive list of the night’s biggest winners! Read on to get the full scoop, which is the first big lead up to the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards that will be live streamed on Sunday, June 22!
On Friday, June 20, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented “The 41st Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards,” which honors the behind the scenes creative minds that bring daytime programs to television screens each and every day.
David Michaels opened the show and talked about the how the creatives this year had record attendance. June Lockhart helped open the show with a musical montage of daytime programming set to music by Pharrell Williams’ Oscar nominated “Happy.” A clip of Lockhart from her time on “General Hospital” was also shown. The clip was from the early 90s when she appeared in scenes with Kristina Wagner and Jacklyn Zeman.
“The Better Show” hosts Rebecca Budig (ex-Greenlee Smythe, “All My Children”) and JD Roberto presented three awards: Outstanding Directing in a Children’s series, which went to Sesame Street and Outstanding Directing in a Talk Show/Morning Program, which went to “The Dr. Oz Show.” “Awkward/It’s Your Life – Gimme an ‘S’” won Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Institutional over “General Hospital,” “Nick 2013 Halloween Campaign and Nick Letter IDs.”
Ratings Report for the Week of June 9-13, 2014
NOTE: Please do not copy and paste the entire ratings. Thank you.
NOTE: Days Of Our Lives aired in a different timeslot in some markets due to US Open Golf on Thursday and Friday
Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings
(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)
1. Y&R 4,405,000 (+86,000/-325,000)
2. B&B 3,525,000 (-9,000/-64,000)
3. GH 3,035,000 (-80,000/+503,000)
4. DAYS 2,349,000 (-115,000/-295,000)
1. Y&R 3.2/10 (same/-.2)
2. B&B 2.6/8 (same/same)
3. GH 2.2/7 (-.1/+.3)
4. DAYS 1.7/5 (-.1/-.3)