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The Bold and The Beautiful was the big winner at the 38th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, taking home the trophy for Outstanding Drama Series for the third consecutive year.
It received four awards altogether, as it also tied in the directing category with another CBS soap, The Young and the Restless, while Heather Tom was named best supporting actress and Scott Clifton won best young actor.
It's time for that annual exercise in hopelessness, pointlessness and foolishness — predicting the Daytime Emmys! I mean, seriously, why do we bother? You can think you have good taste and know award-worthy talent when you see it. You can spend hours upon hours reviewing the reels that each of the nominees has submitted to the judges. And then it can all blow up in your face with three little words: Drew Tyler Bell. Yes, my little soap peeps, anyone can win at the Daytime Emmys (which air Sunday at 8/7c, on CBS). Anyone. So, with that in mind, here we go...
Jeff Conaway, who had been in a coma at a Los Angeles-area hospital, has died, the Los Angeles Times reports. He was 60.
Report: Jeff Conaway to be taken off life support
The former Grease star died Friday, a day after...
Actor Jeff Conaway, who's been comatose in a Los Angeles hospital, may be taken off life support, RadarOnline reports.
A source close to the situation says, "Doctors advised the family that Jeff has had no brain function since he was brought into the hospital. The feeding tube has already been removed. The ventilator which is breathing for Jeff, will be removed sometime this afternoon. Jeff is in no pain whatsoever."
Jeff Conaway, best known for playing Kenickie in Grease, is in critical condition after an apparent overdose, The Los Angeles Times reports.
Conaway's family members told the Times that the actor has been hospitalized at Encino Hospital Medical Center with...
Emmy Award Statue
General Hospital earned a leading 21 Daytime Emmy Awards nominations Wednesday, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced.
Right on its tail is The Young and the Restless with 20 nods...
Lorenzo Lamas, Shawna Craig
Lorenzo Lamas married girlfriend Shawna Craig in Mexico, E! News reports.
The actor and reality star, 53, and Craig exchanged vows Saturday at the Casa Dorada Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The 24-year-old bride, a...
Katherine Kelly Lang, Adam Gregory
We now know The Bold and the Beautiful's Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Thomas (Adam Gregory) have miraculously survived that plane crash in the South Pacific. So what's next for the steamy mother-stepson duo as they struggle for survival on their desert island? We have the scoop! Come May 2, B&B will enter some funky new territory when Brooke and Thomas — who have been dancing around a near-incestuous romance for weeks — get high on hallucinogenic berries and end up making love. At least it'll seem that way. TV Guide Magazine got the deets on this dizzy, daring story from B&B boss man Brad Bell.
Vincent Irizarry, John Aniston
Nominations for the 38th annual Daytime Emmy Awards won't be announced until May 11 but we can tell you right now which soaps are most likely to land in the Outstanding Daytime Drama competition. Here's a look at what each of the seven serials submitted for the top prize and how they stack up.
All My Children (episode 10,505; airdate November 23, 2010)
A strong, crackling hour during which Dr. David Hayward — not dead after all — walks into the courtroom during his murder trial and shocks the snot out of everyone in Pine Valley. Oddly, there are no out-of-the-park performances here but the noir-ish flashbacks detailing how the dastardly doc (played by fan fave Vincent Irizarry) faked his demise and tried to frame his rival Ryan are exceptionally well crafted and quite riveting. The stuff of grand memories? Not really. But this is good, solid work and in some years (like this one) that's more than enough to put a show in the race.
Upstairs, Downstairs fever is raging once again! Already seen by an audience of one billion in over 70 countries, the landmark British soap opera (1971-75) is coming back in an eagerly awaited PBS sequel April 10, with Jean Marsh still in the role of the deliciously officious Rose. What's more, the original series has just been released on DVD in a fabulous 40th anniversary edition (available at acornonline.com). The collector set includes all five seasons, over 25 hours of never-before-seen features, episode commentaries, cast interviews (both vintage and new) and an alternate ending to the series pilot. TV Guide Magazine spoke with one of the original's greatest stars, Lesley-Anne Down, now best known as the cougarific Jackie M on The Bold and the Beautiful. Back then she played the dazzling Lady Georgina Worsely. And, man, does Down have wild memories of her time at 165 Eaton Place!