Ragged Isle and Pretty came out as top webisoaps, with both snagging three wins respectively at the 3rd Annual Indie Soap Awards, hosted by We Love Soaps last night. The awards featured performances by As The World Turns' Colleen Zenk and featured clips of some of your favorite web series and more.
Ragged Isle won the Best Indie Soap Award (Drama), while Pretty claimed the Best Indie Soap Award (Comedy). Bitch-tastic series, Anacostia scooped up two awards for Best Writing (Drama) and Best Guest Appearance (Drama) for ATWT alum Martha Byrne's ball-busting turn as a madam on the serial. Check out the full list of winners after the jump! READ MORE
What is quickly becoming the Emmys for the webisoap community, the Annual Indie Soap Awards are being held tonight in Gotham, and to say the nominees are pumped, would be an understatement on par with saying the DeVanity siblings are just a wee bit dysfunctional!
Anacostia creator/leading man Anthony Anderson (who I am forever trying to rename Anthony Edwards for some odd reason!) is predicting the cast of his sizzling, mocha take on classic primetime soaps like Peyton Place and Knots Landing, will stun on the red carpet tonight. Anderson tweeted:
Starting to get ready for tonight's Indie Soap Awards #anacostia we gonna rock that red carpet @WeLoveSoapsTV READ MORE
The Bay's Mary Beth Evans is already gorgeous, now she's about to get Pretty! According to We Love Soaps, Evans will be crossing over to the web series Pretty as her The Bay character Sara Garrett. The Bay creator Gregori J. Martin tells We Love Soaps,
"PRETTY is one of the best web series I have seen. They have a stellar team both in front and behind the camera. I'm very excited to see Mary Beth as Sara Garrett cross over! I'm sure it'll be a hoot!"
Got a hunch the answer is a resounding yes! As season 2 of the wacky-as-hell web comedy comes to an end Monday, soap legend Denise Alexander (once General Hospital’s Lesley, Another World’s Mary and Days of Our Lives’ Susan) returns as Louise Fitzpatrick, the nosy, kiddie beauty pageant official who seems poised to learn that 6-year-old Annette/Dakota (played by the very grownup Stacy McQueen, ex-Nurse Sheila, GH) is not the handicapped “inspiration” she purported to be.
What’s more, Joan “That’s Valene Ewing to you!” Van Ark (ex-Gloria, The Young & the Restless) makes her debut in a top-secret role! What could be better? A third season, only this time in primetime! READ MORE