Wednesday, May 12, 2010

This Years Daytime Emmy Nominations!!!

Nominations are in and the best news of all is at long last, Agnes Nixon will be receiving the very well deserved Lifetime Achievement Award!. The CBS Early Show gave us only a handful of categories, but the rest have also been announced. Here they are!

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama:



Sarah Brown (GH)
Crystal Chappell (GL)

Bobbie Eakes
(Krystal)
Michelle Stafford (Y&R)

Maura West (ATWT)



Outstanding Lead Actor in a Daytime Drama:

Peter Bergman (Y&R - formerly Cliff on AMC)

Doug Davidson
(Y&R)
Jon Lindstrom (ATWT)

Michael Park
(ATWT)
James Scott (Days- formerly Ethan on AMC)



Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama

Beth Chamberlin (GL)
Julie Pinson (ATWT)
Carolyn Hennesy (GH)
Arianne Zucker (Days)
Bree Williamson (OLTL)

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Daytime Drama




Billy Miller (Y&R - formerly Richie, AMC)
Bradford Anderson (GH)
Jonathan Jackson (GH)
Ricky Paull Goldin (Jake)
Brian Kerwin (OLTL)


Outstanding Younger Lead Actress

Christel Khalil (Y&R)
Marnie Schulenburg (ATWT)
Molly Burnett (Days)
Shelly Hennig (Days)
Julie Berman (GH)


Outstanding Younger Lead Actor

Drew Taylor Bell (B&B)
Drew Garrett (GH)
Dylan Patton (Days)
Scott Clifton (OLTL)
Zack Conroy (GL)


Outstanding Daytime Drama

All My Children
The Bold and Beautiful
General Hospital
The Young and the Restless


In total, AMC received 10 nominations. To see all the nominations, click here!

4 comments:

Nathan said...

Do you know what episode they sent in for Outstanding Drama Series?

Tomcat630 said...

This Jake/Joey is the best ever, a close 2nd is Michael Brainard. Seems like AMC did a 'Benjamin Button' and de-aged Jake.

The scene where he confronted Janety, and then reassured her was great.

david said...

AMC is my favorite soap, by far, but I don't see how they got a nom for Outstanding Writing and OLTL didnt. OLTL's headwriter cultivates the show's history, whereas Chuck Pratt destroyed AMC's. A lot of people will be pissed if AMC wins.

TomCat630: Joey hasn't actually been de-aged. Ricky Paull Goldin is 45 in real-life, the same age as Michael Brainard. Jake should only be 31 in real-life time, but was aged along the way on the show. Michael Lowry (1996-2000) is 42 in real life, and J. Eddie Peck (2000-2003) is 51 in real life. Goldin plays the role more goofy and immature than the other actors,so maybe that's why you thought he was younger.

Debbie said...

david: Read Goldin's age the same as Lowery. His IMDb listing is incorrect. He has added several layers to Jake - "immature" doesn't, IMO, cover it as much as being less "staid."