Apparently, we had nothing to worry about. There was a collective sigh of relief in the daytime TV community last month when it was announced that the 39th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards would air Saturday, June 23 on cable channel HLN (8/7c). Up until then, it was widely believed the awards — which no network wanted — would go untelevised or end up on the Internet. But Malachy Wienges, chairman of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, tells TV Guide Magazine that he "always had two backup plans in place — including one with Reelz — if the HLN [deal] didn't happen. We would never have let these awards leave television."
Pass the ribs, kick up your heels and get ready to hoof it till the cows come home. As far back as the '70s, the annual Ewing barbecue has been the hottest ticket in Texas, and this year TV Guide Magazine scored an exclusive invite. While the land down at Southfork looks remarkably untouched, time has changed the Ewings since CBS aired the last of Dallas' 357 episodes back in 1991, after 13 sudsy seasons.
Taking center stage on the dance floor...
The Daytime Emmy Awards, The Bold and the Beautiful
revolution 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be televised.
News channel HLN has agreed to air the ceremony, which will take place Saturday, June 23 at 8/7c broadcast from...
It seems like half a lifetime ago. And it was. Joanna Johnson was 25 when the CBS daytime soap The Bold and the Beautiful debuted in 1987 and she quickly emerged as one of the show's brightest and most romantic stars, first as doomed heroine Caroline Spencer, then as her identical twin Karen.
Joanna Johnson, Crystal Chappell
Who saw this one coming? Certainly not us! Next month on CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful it will be revealed that Joanna Johnson's character Karen Spencer — known to viewers since 1991 — has been quietly living as a lesbian for years. What's more, Karen is happily married to a luscious lady named Danielle, to be played by Daytime Emmy winner Crystal Chappell. Johnson returns to the show May 16; Chappell arrives May 17. TV Guide Magazine got the exclusive deets on this wild development from exec producer-head writer Bradley Bell.
Bold and the Beautiful
The Daytime Emmy nominations will be announced May 4 so it's time to do some handicapping! Will CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful score a nod in the best soap race and go on to win an unprecedented fourth award in a row? Will ABC's axed soaps, All My Children and One Life to Live, have the last laugh? Will NBC's Days of Our Lives ever get some respect? TV Guide Magazine took a look at each of the episodes submitted for ...
One of the soap world's best (and by that we mean worst!) badasses is back on the scene for another round of hell-raising. TV Guide Magazine has learned that Sean Kanan will return to CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful May 24 in the role of Deacon Sharpe, a part he played there from 2000 to 2005.
Holden Snyder is back, baby! Well, at least for two episodes. Former As the World Turns star Jon Hensley is heading to CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful where he will play a doctor involved in the Hope-Liam-Steffy triangle. Hensley's character doesn't have a name yet but a rep for B&B tells TV Guide Magazine that the doc will come to the rescue when...
Kim Matula, Jack Wagner
CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful, which celebrates its 25th anniversary March 23, is daytime's youngest soap — and it's only getting younger! TV Guide Magazine spoke with exec producer-head writer Bradley Bell about the show's increasing emphasis on its twentysomething stars and what this will mean to the show's veteran players.
Jordan Belfi, Ashley Jones
Move over, Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz. An all-new Brennan and Booth are in town.
Ashley Jones and Jordan Belfi have been cast as the big-screen versions of Bones' crime-solving duo, TVLine reports.