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Going into Sunday’s Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards telecast, the Disney/ABC Television Group was the most honored television group with 50 nominations covering all genres including talk shows ("The View," "Katie" and "Live with Kelly and Michael"), game shows ("Who Wants to Be A Millionaire"), soap operas ("General Hospital" and "One Life to Live"), amongst many others. By the end of the big night however, the combined television group went home with 11 statues (two during broadcast and nine from the Creative Arts on Friday)
Fans of former soap stars Barbara Niven (ex-Liz Coleman Reynolds, “One Life to Live,” ex-Branda Dickerson, “The Bold and the Beautiful”) and Dylan Neal (ex-Dylan Shaw, “B&B”) might be thrilled about the actors’ latest project: They’ve both been cast as series regulars alongside Andie MacDowell ((“Four Weddings and a Funeral,” “Groundhog Day”) in Hallmark Channel’s new primetime series, “Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove!”
With the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards slated to happen today (Sunday, June 16), the entire daytime industry has been abuzz with excitement and preparation. Friday's Creative Arts Emmys kicked off the weekend-long celebration, and some of soap operas biggest stars came out to support the behind-the-scenes teams responsible for bringing “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital,” “One Life to Live” and “The Young and the Restless” to life! Read on for the scoop on that, as well as to find out how some are prepping for today's star-studded event!
The Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards weekend kicked off on Friday, June 14 with the annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards. CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless" are currently leading the way with five wins each, followed by "Days of our Lives" with two and "General Hospital" and "One Life to Live" tied with one each, ironically in the same category.

80s Soap Opera ‘Dynasty’ Gets a Second Life!

Thursday, June 13, 2013 6:57 PM EDT
Soap opera fans have seen the revival of “Dallas,” “All My Children,” and “One Life to Live, and now the former primetime soap “Dynasty” is getting a second chance at life too — albeit in a very different way! With the recent surge of 80s-style clothing and accessories hitting the market, CBS has decided to launch a “Dynasty” jewelry collection completely inspired by the classic soap!
The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards is set to be a star-studded night, and some of the industry's brightest will even be presenting awards on stage during the big celebration. Read on to find out who will be handing the winners of the Outstanding Drama Series category, Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team category and Outstanding Achievement in Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control for a Drama Series category their coveted awards!
The web series “Tainted Dreams” already has a long list of soap star talent, and now one more has been added to the roster: “Guiding Light” alum Grant Aleksander (ex-Phillip Spaulding)! The Maryland native, who also played “All My Children’s” Alec McIntyre, has signed on to play Adam Clark, the executive producer of “Painted Dreams,” the fictional show within the series.

Roger Howarth Headed To ‘Californication’

Wednesday, June 12, 2013 1:35 PM EDT
As if work life wasn’t already busy enough for daytime veteran Roger Howarth (Franco, “General Hospital,” Todd Manning, “One Life to Live”), the fan favorite actor is heading to primetime! According to a Showtime representative, the New York native has signed on for a two episode arc on the networks comedic series, “Californication.”
On Thursday, June 6, Prospect Park put "One Life to Live" on an earlier than planned production hiatus as a result of a labor dispute between the company and the I.A.T.S.E. (International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees)/Local 52, the union representing stage workers for both "OLTL" and "All My Children," which alleges that Prospect Park has violated its labor agreement with the union. Previously, Prospect Park planned to begin the hiatus on Monday, June 17.