Variations of white were popular on the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards red carpet. Outstanding Younger Actress winner Julie Marie Berman chose the color, as did The Young and the Restless' Michelle Stafford, Jeanne Cooper and Judith Chapman, General Hospital's Kelly Monaco and Lisa LoCicero, The Bold and the Beautiful's Alley Mills and Lesli Kay and All My Children's Chrishell Stause, who looked fantastic. Who do you think looks best and worst in white? View the other ladies attire HERE.
People should know that Broadcasting & Cable, a reputable trade magazine, counted the one hour red carpet show, which was NOT in prime time, as part of the awards ceremony. We actually did over a 2 HH rating and closer to 2.8 or more million viewers. Here’s what Nielsen said as far as the CW was concerned: READ MORE
Vs. CW's prior 4-week time period average (movies), the Daytime Emmy Awards telecast up +81% in total viewers, +122% in HH, +50% in W18-49, +57% in W25-54, +20% in W18-34, +20% in A18-49, +17% in A25-54 and +25% in A18-34.
Blue and teal were the color of choice for many of soap opera's leading ladies. Outstanding Supporting Actress nominee Melissa Claire Egan and Outstanding Younger Actress nominees Kirsten Storms and Emily O'Brien each chose a variation of the colors. See The Bold and the Beautiful's Katherine Kelley Lang and Lesley-Anne Down, As the World Turns' Noelle Beck, The Young and the Restless' Christel Khalil and Days of Our Lives' stars Kristian Alfonso and Lindsay Hartley in their blue and teal gowns HERE. Who do you think looks best and worst?
The 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards featured several ladies in lavender. All My Children's Outstanding Lead Actress nominee Debbi Morgan and One Life to Live's Outstanding Supporting Actress nominee Bree Williamson both wore shades of purple on the red carpet. The Young and the Restless' Melody Thomas Scott, Days of Our Lives' Arienne Zucker and One Life to Live's Kassie DePaiva also looked pretty in purple. Who do you think looked the best? View the evenings other lovely ladies in lavender HERE. READ MORE
Hey DC’ers! I’ve missed you all but I’ve also missed a ton of Daytime TV and have been playing catch up all weekend. Since I have a head start on a lot of the General Hospital storylines, I’ve been focusing on catching up with the peeps in Llanview and I am not disappointed! One Life to Live is on fire and I’m loving every minute of it.
The JaSam fans got their wish, that episode got the delete off my DVR. I’m happy for their fans as you all know I love you despite your pairing affiliation but I’m still recovering and I was afraid that episode would set me back. Just kidding! Even with my advanced knowledge of most of what’s happening in Port Chuckles, I still may have missed something so when I start dishing a little, I may cover some things that have already hit the screen. READ MORE
As of this writing, The 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards concluded a few hours ago on The CW and I am awash in mixed emotions after live Twittering the event. I wanted to put down these feelings while they are still fresh but I promise to keep these ruminations brief.
First, let me offer congratulations to Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens, along with TVGuide.ca's Nelson Branco and Soap Opera Digest editor Stephanie Sloane in their debut as commentators during the awards pre-show. Though one could detect a teeny bit of the jitters at various times, they were a class act all the way. I also must give praise to DC's Melodie Aikels, who did a bang up job offering live blog commentary during the pre-show & ceremony. READ MORE