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The official Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards were announced earlier today, and fans of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” may have noticed something peculiar: Both online versions of the shows were much less represented than their network counterparts.
Playboy may have found popularity by publishing risqué photos of women, but as the old excuse goes, some people actually read it “for the articles.” And those who picked up the March 2014 issue of the popular mag for reading purposes only were in for a lovely daytime related surprise: The publication stripped down popular primetime series made predominately for a male audience and declares they’re exactly like “The Bold and the Beautiful,” The Young and the Restless,” “General Hospital,” and “Days of our Lives” — with a manly twist.

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on Thursday, February 27, 2014 @ 1:52 PM
Rumors have been swirling that “Days of our Lives’” star John Aniston (Victor Kiriakis) is ready to retire from the sudser, but it seems fans can rest easy, as the actor himself has addressed whether he’ll stay or whether he’ll go!

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on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 @ 3:39 AM
Ratings Report for the Week of February 10-14, 2014
With soap operas having been on the air since “Guiding Light’s” television debut in 1952, one would think the world would know by now that soap operas aren’t the cheesy programs they’re often made out to be. But for some reason, the four remaining soaps on air — “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “The Young and the Restless,” “Days of our Lives,” and “General Hospital” — continue to be stereotyped, as do the slew of former soaps that used to exist and the actors who have or currently are appearing on them.
Watching “Days of our Lives’” Sami (Alison Sweeney), Kate (Lauren Koslow) and Gabi (Camila Banus) supposedly wash their hands clean of Nick (Blake Berris) by tossing him in a river was delicious soap opera fun. But with the formerly presumed dead character back in town and acting rather strange, it seems the fun has really just begun! Is the dark haired fellow really Nick? Or could it be a twin brother or an imposter using his face? And if it truly is Nick, just how far will he go to get back at the ladies for trying to off him? Soap Opera Network chatted with the character’s portrayer to find out!

on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 @ 12:36 PM
The boys that live in “Days of our Lives” Salem better watch out, because a new siren is headed to town!

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on Friday, February 14, 2014 @ 4:47 AM
Ratings Report for the Week of February 3-7, 2014
NBC's "Days of our Lives" continues its season long ratings momentum as the series delivered its biggest Women 18-49 audience in nearly three years, according to Nielsen Media Research data for the week of February 3-7, 2014. With a 1.1 rating, 7 share among women 18-49 and 0.6 rating among women 18-34, "DAYS" tied for fourth place among all broadcast network daytime series in the women 18-49 demographic and tied for fifth in women 18-34.
Best known for his singing stints in "Nashville Star" and "If I Can Dream," country music singer and actor Justin Gaston has joined the cast of NBC's "Days of our Lives" in the contract role of Ben, who a casting call from last summer described as "early-to-mid 20s... midwestern or southern (very slight southern accent) country boy. He is utterly charming in his honest sincere approach to life and love. Ben can also sing and/or play the guitar, though it is not necessary." The actor began filming scenes in mid-October and will first air later this month.
As we previously reported, former “General Hospital” actress Emily Wilson (ex-Ellie Trout) booked a guest stint on ABC’s drama “Castle,” and her episode airs tonight!
"He's been cheating on his fiance for weeks and just when their affair heats up, someone's gonna get burned," states the newly released promo for NBC's "Days of our Lives" as it relates to the affair between EJ DiMera (James Scott) and Abby Deveraux (Kate Mansi) and Sami Brady (Alison Sweeney) possibly catching the two in the act as they get it on in the shower!
The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) and the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) held its "66th Annual Writers Guild Awards" in simultaneous ceremonies in Los Angeles and New York tonight, which honors Outstanding Achievement in Film, Television, New Media, News, Radio, Promotional Writing, and Graphic Animation during the 2013 season. In the category of Daytime Drama, NBC's "Days of our Lives" beat out ABC's "General Hospital" and CBS' "The Young and the Restless." "The Bold and the Beautiful" opted to not submit itself for a nomination this year.
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