HomeTVAll My ChildrenNext Chapter of The Bay to Take a Page From 50 Shades of Grey Jamey Giddens November 8, 2013 5 Comments Daytime Emmy-nominated web sudser The Bay will be back with all-new episodes starting December 5, and from what creator Gregori J. Martin is saying, the Mary Beth Evans vehicle will be a whole lot raunchier this time around. Think 50 Shades of Bay! Check out the full press release after the jump. The highly anticipated Emmy-nominated serial drama THE BAY the Series returns with an all new chapter on Thursday, Dec. 5th when two brand new installments will stream back to back at 3:15pm ET / 12:15pm PT. A third installment is slated to stream on Thursday, Dec. 12th, with a fourth installment streaming Thursday, Dec. 19th. For a limited time and as an added holiday treat for all of our dedicated fans, viewers will be able to enjoy an uninterrupted one hour TV pilot on Thursday, Dec. 26th. Edgy, sexier and more scandalous than ever before, this all new chapter of THE BAY will take a bite out of the popular E.L. James novel 50 Shades as Grey as the series delves deeper into forbidden love, taboo sex, and riveting political scandals. Viewers can expect to see new obsessions unfold not only when the first same sex love affair ignites, but when old flames refuse to die. The much anticipated new chapter includes returning favorites Mary Beth Evans (Sara Garrett), Tristan Rogers (Comm. Lex Martin), Kristos Andrews (Peter Garrett), Matthew Ashford (Steve Jensen), Nicolas Coster (Mayor Jack Madison), Jackie Zeman (Sofia Madison), Lilly Melgar (Janice Ramos), and many more. With an impressive roster of daytime talent behind the scenes, the new chapter of THE BAY was shot for the first time in a multi-camera format, giving it a studio feel. The series is edited by the multi-winning editor of ABC’s ALL MY CHILDREN Anthony Pascarelli, who currently serves as an editor for THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL and a producer of THE BAY. In the position of supervising producer of the series is Nadine Aronson of ABC’s ALL MY CHILDREN, with Josh O'Connell, associate producer of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS serving as a consultant. THE BAY's Executive Producer and creator Gregori J. Martin states, "They, in addition to others with extensive production experience, have succeeded in helping take the show to an exciting new level!" 5 Responses missmuffett41 November 8, 2013 Congratulations to “The Bay” I can’t wait to watch. I thought the show was trying to get picked up by a cable channel?? Log in to Reply LCS November 8, 2013 Excellent news! Can’t wait to see the new chapter. Impressed by all who are involved. Wouldn’t be surprised to see it snagged for TV soon. Log in to Reply miahappy November 8, 2013 Thank goodness. Been waiting for The Bay to return! I do hope the quality is better than 50 Shades, but The Bay always has been…lol. Bring on Sara and family!!!! Log in to Reply blake3b November 9, 2013 Hopefully Fiona Hutchinson and that hot eye candy boy (both pictured) will be back also! Log in to Reply ReneeDimera2012 December 11, 2013 Enjoyed the new shows of THE BAY. As always, curious to get more more more of the dynamics with Sara and Steve Jensen. Nick Coster, Jackie Zeman and Terri Ivens all ROCKED…and the Mayor’s been a bad boy…LOVE IT! I always knew that Igor was really just misunderstood…so what if he held up a bar with bombs and crashed a wedding as a bride? I’ve really really missed Matt Ashford as a villain; and he’s really nasty in this one, yay. Terri Ivens beautiful and hot as the femme fatale! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.