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    EMMYS: ON THE RED CARPET Interview with Cady McClain, Denyse Tontz and Sal Stowers

    While on the red carpet of the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, “All My Children” actresses Cady McClain (Dixie Martin), Denyse Tontz (Miranda Montgomery) and Sal Stowers (Cassandra Foster) gave Soap Opera Network the inside scoop on the summer filming hiatus of their soap, what lies ahead for their characters, and much, much more. More

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    EMMYS: ON THE RED CARPET Interview with Greg Meng

    “Days of our Lives” Co-Executive Producer, Greg Meng, chats with Soap Opera Network on the renewed success of the soap, how the show has been able to sustain itself for so long with its storytelling, the possibility of slowing down the filming schedule (currently four months ahead of airdate!), a new “DAYS” book (“Days of our Lives Better Living: Cast Secrets for a Healthier, Balanced Life”) and much, much more. More

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    EMMYS: Jess Walton on the Passing of Jeanne Cooper and What It Means for Katherine Chancellor

    EXCLUSIVE: On Sunday, June 16, shortly after the conclusion of the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, Soap Opera Network caught up with Jess Walton (Jill Abbott, “The Young and the Restless”), who said, “She was so loved, and she so loved her fans more than anyone,” while discussing the passing of Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor). Cooper died on Wednesday, May 8 after a brief illness. More

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    EMMYS EXCLUSIVE: Ken Corday Talks Drama Series Win

    “Eighteen nominations later and here we are,” said Ken Corday, executive producer, “Days of our Lives,” in an exclusive interview with Soap Opera Network shortly after the NBC Daytime drama series nabbed its first Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award in 35 years in the category of Outstanding Drama Series. The last time the show won in the category was in 1978, per the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. More

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    EMMYS: Outstanding Drama Series Days of our Lives; Soaps First Win in Category Since 1978!

    On Sunday, June 16, during “The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards,” NBC’s “Days of our Lives” won its first Outstanding Drama Series Emmy Award in 35 years. The last time the show won in this category was in 1978! In addition to the drama series Emmy, “DAYS” also won for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series (Chandler Massey as “Will Horton”), Outstanding Live & Direct to Tape Sound Mixing for a Drama Series (Zoli Osaze, Re-recording Mixer; Roger Cortes, Production Mixer; Jacqueline Frazier, Hector Sarabia, Harry Young, Boom Operators) and Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series (Terry James, Stunt Coordinator). More

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    EMMYS VIDEO: Red Carpet Interview with Corbin Bernsen

    Corbin Bernsen (Henry Spencer, “Psych”; ex-Father Todd Williams, “The Young and the Restless”; ex-John Durant, “General Hospital”), who helped introduce the In Memoriam segment at “The 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards” chats with Soap Opera Network on the passing of his mother, Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor, “Y&R”), and the tribute episode celebrating her life and career produced by CBS last month and why she will always be remembered. More

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    EMMYS VIDEO: Red Carpet Interview with Jen Lilley

    EXCLUSIVE: On Sunday, June 16, Soap Opera Network had the distinct pleasure of speaking with actress Jen Lilley during “The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards” about her joining NBC’s rejuvenated “Days of our Lives.” The actress gives us a brief tease into her character and talks about her time on “General Hospital” as Maxie Jones! More

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    EMMYS: Disney/ABC Television Group Touts Award Wins

    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) More

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    EMMYS: CBS Touts Award Wins

    Going into Sunday’s Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards telecast, CBS Daytime was the most honored network with 51 nominations. By the end of the night, the network went home with 21 statues (eight during broadcast and 13 from creative arts on Friday) covering all genres including soap operas “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless,” game shows “The Price is Right” and “Let’s Make a Deal” and talk show “The Talk.” More

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