The Daytime Emmys were a memorable night for General Hospital’s Ryan Paevey, but for the wrong reason. A clip of inept red carpet host Brittany Furlan‘s lewd remarks about him went viral and was posted on numerous entertainment websites. On the red carpet, however, he was focused solely on GH. The daytime newcomer shared his thoughts on his […]
The Daytime Emmys were a night of triumph for CBS Senior Vice-President of Daytime Angelica McDaniel. The Young and the Restless won more awards than any other soap—not to mention in the program’s history — including the Emmy for Outstanding Show. On the Emmys red carpet, McDaniel shared the secrets to the Tiffany Network’s success in Daytime, teased Eileen Davidson’s return [...]
Guy Wilson took over the role of Days of Our Lives‘ Will Horton from Chandler Massey, who recently won his third Daytime Emmy. Since then, Wilson has been a part of DAYS‘ first gay wedding and bid goodbye to the prison-bound mother of his child. On the Daytime Emmys red carpet, Wilson discussed following in the footsteps […]
Hope Logan (Kim Matula) has been embroiled in one love triangle or another for her entire adult life on The Bold and the Beautiful. She battled Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) for both Oliver (Zack Conroy) and Liam’s (Scott Clifton) hearts. Her rival leaving town didn’t make things easier for Ms. Logan. Post Steffy she’s had […]
Hunter King won the 2014 Daytime Emmy in the Younger Leading Actress category for her portrayal of Summer Newman on The Young and the Restless. It’s been quite a year for Summer. She’s grappled with a comatose mother, a faked paternity test that has her believing she’s an Abbott. Now she’s fallen in love at first […]
Michelle Stafford shocked daytime fans last year when she left The Young and the Restless after a decade and a half of playing semi-reformed troublemaker Phyllis. She surprised fans again when she joined the cast of General Hospital as Nina, Silas’s unhinged wife who has awoken from her coma with a vengeance.
On screen, General Hospital’s Morgan (Bryan Craig) and Britt (Kelly Thiebaud) have never interacted. Off screen, the actors who play the morally-ambiguous children of two of Port Charles’s most notorious criminals are a couple.
J.J. Devereaux went from a teen bad boy to a boy scout on NBC’s Days of Our Lives. On the red carpet at the 41st Annual Daytime Emmys, J.J.’s portrayer, Casey Moss, talked about playing both sides of the complicated character and hinted the return of Eve Donovan (Kassie DePaiva) could make J.J. break bad.