Daytime Emmy Awards

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Daytime Emmy Noms Announced April 30 on The View

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This just in from ABC:"All My Children stars Rebecca Budig (Greenlee) and Cameron Mathison (Ryan), Farah Fath (Gigi) and John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex) of One Life to Live, Marcy Rylan (Lizzie) from Guiding Light and Van Hansis (Luke) of As the World Turns will join Bryan Dattilo (Lucas) and Alison Sweeney (Sami) from Days of our Lives as The View hosts the live nomination ceremony for the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, Wednesday, April 30."ABC will broadcast this year's Daytime Emmys live on Friday, June 20, from 8 to 11 pm/ET sharp, from Hollywood’s Kodak Theater. read more

Michael Logan's Worst of 2007

Drake Hogestyn by Chris Haston/NBC

I knew we were in for a bumpy ride when All My Children started the year by murdering Dixie — the show's heart and soul — with a plate of poisoned pancakes. But hey, that meant more airtime for Zarf, a rude, suffocatingly hammy, penis-flashing transgender rock star who fell in love with Pine Valley's saintly lesbian Bianca. Appropriately, fans on the Internet named the couple "Barf." In a pathetic attempt to boost ratings, Days of our Lives pretended to kill its most popular male character, John, played by Drake Hogestyn. Even the cast was fooled. But with the Nielsens staying flat, Hogestyn is now back at work and we're left to wonder: How the hell can we ever invest in Days again?General Hospital viewers had a fit and threatened to stop watching when heartthrob Jax was held hostage and forced into sex by a loony Russian chick. Meanwhile, they didn't seem to mind when a Port Charles strangler killed three women.Things that made me cringe: Constantine Maroulis on The Bold ... read more

Ratings: Nighttime Barker, Daytime Emmys Clean Up

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Friday night's prime-time encore of Bob Barker's final turn as The Price Is Right host handily won the 8 o'clock hour, drawing 8.42 million total viewers. In turn, CBS' broadcast of the Daytime (Entertainment) Emmy Awards came out on top from 9 to 11 pm, delivering 8.33 million viewers — a 37 percent surge over last year's hour-longer telecast, and the awards' best numbers since 2004. Plus, we got to see utterly random folks pontificate YouTube-style about the acting chops of Tom Pelphrey and Michelle Stafford. Compelling stuff, that is. read more

Barker Wins 19th Emmy, Says Price Is Pondering Rosie

Bob Barker courtesy Monty Brinton/CBS

Talk about your fabulous prizes. Bob Barker reaped his 19th Emmy for outstanding game-show host on Friday night, synching up precisely with his final appearance as the Price Is Right host. "This proves that the judges have sympathy for an old man who doesn't have a job," Barker quipped when accepting the award. Backstage, the TV icon confirmed that Rosie O'Donnell, despite the View alum's coldly received trade-mag campaign to get the gig, may still be in the running to come on down as the gamer's new host. "She knows the show!" Barker says of O'Donnell. "So far as doing it, there's no doubt in my mind that she could. Now, whether they want a lady host, I don't know. As far as I know, they've only auditioned men. Although I do believe they're going to have a meeting with Rosie." Sigh. Give a kiss goodbye to all the heterosexual sex talk during Plinko.The 34th-annual Daytime Emmys also saw Ellen DeGeneres once again best The View in the talk-show and talk-show-host contests. The kudos... read more

Looking Forward to the Daytime Emmys

Joshua Morrow by Robert Voets/CBS

I did a photo shoot with Joshua Morrow (Nick) and Sharon Case (Sharon) the other day. It was really fun — or at least Sharon and I had fun. Josh couldn’t wait to get out of there. He had a softball game to go to, and taking pictures is not Josh’s favorite thing to do. Here he had two hot babes draped over him and he still didn’t like it.Sharon just got married, so she’s in honeymoon bliss. It’s very sweet to see. Me myself, I’m alone, barren and lonely, ha ha ha. That’s completely a joke. Of course I'm not barren.The Daytime Emmys are next week. It will be very fun I’m sure. It's always fun to see everybody. I’m very much looking forward to the lead-actress luncheon on Thursday. And I picked the place and put together the event, since Susan Flannery (Stephanie, B&B) was egregiously not nominated this year — although she will be coming to the luncheon. Unfortunately, Maura West (Carly, ATWT) cannot attend. I’m very bumme... read more

Gas, Colonics and the Daytime Emmys

Welcome to my first blog. I have been sitting in front of my computer thinking of what to say that will make me sound profound, intelligent, funny and interesting. I have reached the conclusion that I am neither intelligent, profound, funny nor interesting. Oh well, instead, I'll just tell you a little bit about my week. I spent a lot of time at CBS Television City, where The Young and the Restless is filmed. I am immersed in a really fun storyline for the summer. Tune in, it will be a hoot. I will tease you with this: Kevin inadvertently gets embroiled in some misdeeds that may land him in some hot water. I had a lot of fun this past week working with Michael Graziadei (Daniel) and Adrienne Frantz (Amber). The Grove is right next door to the studio, so I'd walk over for lunch to feed my ever growing green tea addiction. Here's an inside tip to any fans of the show visiting Los Angeles: Go to The Grove between the hours of 1 and 3 pm and you are bound to run into a gaggle of Y... read more

Exclusive: Chandra Wilson Works the Emmy Red Carpet

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Here’s one less opportunity for Joan and Melissa Rivers. On today’s episode of The View, guest host Chandra Wilson will announce that she’s signed up to work the red carpet for SOAPnet's Daytime Emmy Awards pre-ceremony special. The Grey’s Anatomy star, a diehard soap fan, will interview attendees at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles on Friday, June 15 from 7 to 9 pm/ET. (The awards will be handed out on CBS at 9 pm/ET.)Wilson, who recently won a SAG Award for her portrayal of Dr. Miranda Bailey (aka “The Nazi” of Seattle Grace Hospital), is well qualified for the SOAPnet gig, as she watches four soaps every day: General Hospital, All My Children, One Life To Live and The Young and the Restless.SOAPnet’s coverage of the Emmys will also include a wrap-up show, Daytime Emmys… Unzipped, hosted by daytime grande dame Linda Dano, Days of Our Lives star Julie Pinson, and I Wanna Be a Soap Star judge Michael Bruno on Monday, June 18 at 11 pm/ET. read more

Short Cuts: Scrubs, Emmy Tickets and More!

Tickets to the Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, to be held June 15 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, are on sale starting today at the box office or via TicketMaster.com/KodakTheatre.com. Prices range from $62-$152.... Fox will air the Teen Choice 2007 awards live on August 26.... On the DVD horizon: Scrubs, Season 5, and Mel Gibson's Apocalypto (both streeting May 22), and Benson: The Complete First Season (July 24). read more

TV Guide Channel Snags Dancing Stunner

Lisa Rinna courtesy TV Guide Channel

TV star Lisa Rinna, of Melrose Place and Dancing with the Stars fame, has signed an exclusive, multi-year contract with TV Guide Channel as a red-carpet host and fashion expert, replacing mother-daughter duo Joan and Melissa Rivers. Rinna — who is slated to star opposite her husband, fellow DWTS alum Harry Hamlin in the Broadway smash Chicago this summer — will make her TV Guide Channel debut this September at the 2007 Emmy Awards. In addition to her acting gigs, Rinna is a well known TV personality and pundit who hosted the hair-raising Oxygen TV series Tease and cohosted SOAPnet's Soap Talk. In her new role at TV Guide Channel, she will host five red carpet pre-shows and headline five fashion recaps annually. — Raven SnookUPDATE: Lisa Rinna Speaks Out on Host SwapAs a former soap star, Lisa Rinna is no stranger to abrupt recasts. In this candid interview with TVGuide.com's Daniel R. Coleridge, she shares her feelings on replacing the Riverses and starting an excitin... read more

Daytime Emmy? $350. Getting Hosed? Priceless.

The New York City-based National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which administers the Daytime Emmys, has announced that starting this year, as a belt-tightening measure, it will only float one free statue per category. Meaning, those who share in a win will need to pony up $350 to go home with their own golden girl. The West Coast-based ATAS, which oversees the Primetime Emmys, says that "as a matter of principle, we do not agree with the decision," and as such has offered to reimburse those invoiced for a statue. The only catch is you have to saw off the UPC code on the bottom, all layers of cardboard. No peeling! read more

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Premise: The 34th annual gala saluting soaps, daytime talk and children's shows is broadcast from Hollywood's Kodak Theatre. Lee Phillip Bell, cocreator of “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” receives the Lifetime Achievement Award. Those two shows, along with “Guiding Light” and “One Life to Live,” compete for Outstanding Drama Series. Presenters include Rachael Ray, Tyra Banks, Ellen DeGeneres, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Joy Behar and Mario Lopez.

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