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2017 Emmy Nominations

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I seriously need to get an agent and work my way onto a soap, because it would be easy to get an Emmy nomination. There are only four soaps left, but the awards could be a little more discerning about who they nominate.

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Might as well hand out participation Emmys to everyone. So many of their recent winners have been a joke\

<Looking at you, Bryan ""constipated" Craig and Brittany Allen, to name two.>

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"DAYS" DAYTIME EMMY SUBMISSIONS:
 
Acting nominee info so far is based on actor interviews (episode details may include more scenes than are on the reel). Complete info will be known once NATAS posts the actual submission clips.
 
LEAD ACTOR BILLY FLYNN (CHAD) EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
Episode # 12792 (3/1/16)...
Chad has a vision of Stefano, and opens his heart to his dad. He expresses regret about the way things ended between them. Stefano urges his son to be the man he wants to be. Abigail finds Chad asleep on the couch. He tells her about his dream, then they plan their wedding and look forward to a lifetime of happiness.
 
Episode # 12910 (8/31/16)
Chad says goodbye to Abigail in his own way. He gets drunk and destroys the study. Belle arrives and helps sober him up. Chad declares he’s going to honor Abigail by legitimizing DiMera Enterprises – and he’s like to hire Belle to be his legal counsel in doing so.
 
LEAD ACTOR VINCENT IRIZARRY (DEIMOS) EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
Episode # 12875 (6/29/16)
 
Nicole arrives at Chloe’s to speak with her in person, and is overwhelmed to find Deimos alive. Nicole demands an explanation, but Parker comes home and interrupts before Nicole can learn the whole story. Alone, Nicole tells Deimos how Kate fingered her in his possible murder. She needs Deimos to come back to Salem and clear her name. Deimos agrees to clear her on one condition. Nicole assumes Deimos wants her to... sleep with him, but Deimos, who’s been deeply affected by almost dying, only wants the truth, whatever it is. He is sure he will be able to tell whether or not she’s lying this time. Nicole admits she might have been able to fall for the man she thought he was. The man he might still be someday. Deimos says he will go back to Salem with her.
 
Episode # 12901 (8/4/16)
Nicole is unable to resist her attraction to Deimos… and the two make love. Deimos proposes to an emotional Nicole, insisting that she has changed him for the better and promises to make her happy. But when he mentions the possibility of children... Nicole runs out. Deimos destroys his memory box and turns his focus toward a future with the woman he loves.
 
Episode # 12946 (10/21/16)
 
Nicole finally reveals to Deimos that Chloe is indeed carrying his child. Deimos, at first, is ecstatic, but then later realizes Nicole knew of the secret for months… and his joy turns to darkness. Later, Deimos sends a goon to hunt down Chloe and bring her back to Salem.
 
SUPPORTING ACTOR JOHN ANISTON (VICTOR) EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
TBA
 
SUPPORTING ACTOR JAMES REYNOLDS (ABE) EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
Episode # 12930 (9/29/16)...
Abe prepares for a press conference, trying to quell people’s fears about the fugitives. Orpheus hijacks the broadcast of Abe’s press conference. Meanwhile, Clyde is in a hotel room… and has a rifle. When a shot is fired, pandemonium erupts. Abe steps in front of Aiden just as Clyde pulls the trigger. Everyone in the square tries to take cover as Abe falls to his knees. Theo crawls over to Abe, who is in obvious pain.
 
Episode # 12931 (9/30/16)
 
As Clyde’s shot makes contact, the chaos continues. Hope learns from Rafe that Clyde is probably the shooter, but later realizes the victim wasn’t Clyde’s intended target, it was Abe, who is brought immediately to the hospital for surgery.
 
SUPPORTING ACTRESS KATE MANSI (ABIGAIL) EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
Episode # 12820 (4/8/16)...
 
Abigail claims to Ben that she's unhappy with Chad, wants to run away with Ben. She seduces him into going upstairs with her, where she stabs him with scissors, knocks him up and ties him up. She then, finally, answers Chad's call, says she's fine. Afterwards, she douses Ben with lighter fluid and lights a match.
 
Episode # 12821 (4/11/16)
 
Abigail tosses a match onto the bed and sets Ben on fire. Chad rushes in and manages to put out the flames – which greatly upsets Abigail. She flees downstairs, and Chad follows. Abigail lashes out at him for stopping her, insisting she needed to kill Ben to stop him from ever hurting her or Thomas again. Chad gets her to recount what happened, Abigail whispers to Thomas that she’s going to kill Ben.
 
Episode # 12832 (4/26/16)
 
Chad convinces Abigail to sign herself in to Shady Hills. Abigail’s sedated, has a nightmare that Ben shows up and strangles her with a necktie. She fears it will come true. She’ll never be safe.
 
Episode # 12870 (6/22/16)
 
Abigail is struggling at Shady Hills, now realizing – despite her memory lapse – that it’s possible she’s the one who set the near-deadly fire. JJ tries to console her but she fears the worst. She just wants to go home. JJ, his heart breaking, has to tell her they might send her to another facility… with more security. Also, Marlena visits Abigail and tries to calm her.
 
YOUNGER ACTOR JAMES LASTOVIC (JOEY) EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
TBA
 
MUSIC EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
Episode # 12930 (9/29/16)
 
The chaos in Salem continues as Orpheus, Clyde and Xander are still on the loose. Abe prepares for a press conference, trying to quell people’s fears about the fugitives. The hostages are bound and gagged being held by Orpheus and Xander in the Warehouse. Orpheus hijacks the broadcast of Abe’s press conference. Meanwhile, Clyde is in a hotel room… and has a rifle. When a shot is fired, pandemonium erupts. Earlier, Aiden tries to talk to Hope. She brushes him off, and Rafe intercedes. Later, Rafe asks Hope what’s going on between her and Aiden, and Hope isn’t sure, but it’s like Aiden won’t give up…
 
SONG EMMY SUBMISSION...
 
Episode # 12833 (4/27/16)
 
The Prom is on and Ciara and Theo, along with Claire, Henry, Jade, and Joey all seem to have a good time, but when Theo and Ciara are named Homecoming Queen and King, Mark acts out. Ciara doesn’t want to take this lying down, so she enlists the help of her friends, but it backfires – big time.
 
"When Time Was On Our Side", the song performed by Olivia Rose Keegan (Claire) at Salem High's prom on April 27, 2016 has been nominated for Best Song at this year's Daytime Emmys. The song was written by Genesee Nelson, the daughter of "Days" composer Brent Nelson.
 

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The Daytime Emmys stopped being relevant once Susan Lucci's streak was over.

 

I haven't watched the Daytime Emmys in full since the last CBS broadcast. Honestly, I don't miss them. They've fallen from a glamorous and exciting prime time broadcast to something put together at the last minute on the cheap.

 

There's such a small pool of actors now that the awards are essentially participation ribbons at this point.

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I think the younger actress and actor category should be anyone 30 and under.  But i do agree that gone are the days of Anne Heche..so natural at 18.

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I agree that the Younger Leading Actor/Actress categories are not necessary at this point. The pool of talent for those categories are very shallow, and the winners are laughable (DAYS' Paige, remember?) 

 

Wow, just thinking of the DAYS submissions. Work that aired in March of last year would've actually been filmed in like September 2015. 

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Fast Facts about this years nominations:

 

Drama Series

B&B is nominated for an 11th time, the show has won three times ('09, '10, '11)

DAYS is nominated for a 21st time, the show has three wins ('78, '13, '15)

GH is nominated for a 27th time, the show has the most wins at 12 ('81, '84, '95, '96, '97, '99, '00, '05, '06, '08, '12, '16)

Y&R is nominated for a 37th time, the show has won 9 times ('75, '83, '85, '86, '93, '04, '07, '14, '15)

 

Directing Team

B&B is nominated for a 12th time, the show has won three times ('11, '13, '15)

DAYS is nominated for a 21st time, the show has just one win in 1974.

GH is nominated for a 22nd time, the show has 9 wins ('81, '82, '00, '04, '05, '06, '10, '12, '16)

Y&R is nominated for a 30th time, the show has the most wins at 13 ('75, '78, '86, '87, '88, '89, '96, '97, '98, '99, '01, '02, '11)

 

Writing Team

B&B is nominated for a 13th time, the show has won four times ('10, '13, '16)

DAYS is nominated for a 17th time, the show has two wins ('76 and '12)

GH is nominated for a 12th time, the show has four wins ('95, '99, '03, '09)

Y&R is nominated for a 30th time, the show has six wins ('92, '97, '00, '06, '11, '14)

 

Lead Actor

Scott Clifton (Liam, B&B) is nominated for a 9th time, this is his first lead actor nomination.  Clifton becomes the 12th actor to score nominations in all three acting categories.  If he wins he will become the 2nd to win in all three categories (joining Heather Tom) but the first to win them all for the same role.  If Clifton win's it would also be the first in this category for an actor from B&B, the series has received just four nominations in this category.

 

Billy Flynn (Chad, DAYS) scores his 1st nomination.  The last person to win on their very first Emmy nomination was Robert S. Woods in 1983.  Flynn's co-star, Vincent Irizarry (Deimos) is nominated for a 4th time.  Irizarry is a member of the actors nominated in all three acting categories.  Irizarry won supporting actor in 2009 (in a tie with Jeff Branson) for his work on AMC.  DAYS has two wins in the category both by Macdonald Carey in '74 and '75.

 

Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R) is nominated for a 20th time.  Bergman has won 3 ('91, '92, '02).  Kristoff St. John (Neil, Y&R) scored his 11th nomination.  St. John has received nominations in all 3 acting categories, like fellow nominee Clifton, St. John could become the 2nd member to win in all three but the first to do it for the same role.  Y&R has 49 nominations and 9 wins (Eric Braeden in '98; Bergman in '91, '92, 02; Doug Davidson in '13; Christian LeBlanc in '05, '07, '09; Billy Miller in '14).

 

Lead Actress

Heather Tom (Katie, B&B) is nominated for a 17th time.  Tom has five wins (2 younger for Y&R, 1 supporting and 2 lead for B&B).  Tom is the only actor thus far to have won in all three acting categories.  The B&B has a history of 14 nominations and 5 wins (Susan Flannery - '00, '02, '03 and Tom in '12 and '13).

 

Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis, GH) receives her 9th nomination (4 supporting, 4 lead and 1 in Special Class Special).  Grahn has won twice in '89 for Santa Barbara and in 2012 for GH, both were in the supporting category).  Laura Wright (Carly, GH) received her 4th nomination having previously won in 2011.  GH has been nominated 25 times in this category, GH has won 3 (Finola Hughes in 1991; Wright in 2011 and Maura West in 2015).

 

Jess Walton (Jill, Y&R) is nominated for a 6th time, Walton won supporting in '91 and lead in '97.  Gina Tognoni (Phyllis, Y&R) scores her 5th nomination, she won twice in supporting for her work on GL.  Y&R has 26 nominations and 3 wins (Jeanne Cooper in '08; Walton in '97, Michelle Stafford in '04).

 

Supporting Actor

James Reynolds (Abe, DAYS) is nominated for a 3rd time.  John Aniston scores his 1st nomination.  DAYS has a history of 7 nomination and just one win (Eric Martsolf in '14).

 

Chad Duell (Michael, GH) is nominated for a 5th time, this is his 2nd nomination in supporting category.  Duell won in 2015.  Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos, GH) is nominated for his 1st Emmy.  GH's history in this category is 43 nominations and 11 wins (Peter Hansen in '79; David Lewis in '82; Stuart Damon in '99; Gerald Anthony in '93; Steve Burton in '98; Rick Hearst in '04 & '07; Jonathan Jackson in '11 & '12; Sean Blake in '16; Duell in '15).

 

Steve Burton (Dylan, Y&R) scores his 7th nomination.  Burton won supporting in 1998 for his work on GH.  Burton has received nominations in all three acting categories.  Y&R has 28 nominations and 5 wins (St. John in '08; Shemar Moore in '00; Greg Rikaart in '05; Billy Miller in '10 & '13).

 

Supporting Actress

Anna Maria Horsford (Vivienne, B&B) scored her 2nd nomination.  Horsford was previously nominated in the Guest Performer category.  B&B has 9 nominations total in this category and just one win (Heather Tom in '11).

 

Kate Mansi (Abigail, DAYS) received her 1st nomination.  DAYS has amassed 16 nominations and 3 wins (Suzanne Rogers in '79;  Leann Hunley in '86; Tamara Braun in '09).

 

Finola Hughes (Anna, GH) is nominated for a 7th time.  Hughes won Lead Actress in 1991.  GH has been nominated 36 times in this category with 8 wins (Jane Elliot in '81; Sena Sofer in '95; Vanessa Marcil in '03; Sarah Brown in '00; Grahn in '12; Natalia Livingston in '05; Genie Francis in '07; Julie Marie Berman in '13).

 

Stacy Haiduk (Patty, Y&R) scores her 1st nomination.  Kelly Sullivan (Sage, Y&R) is nominated for a 2nd time.  Y&R has 33 nominations and 7 wins (Beth Maitland in '85; Walton in '91; Michelle Stafford in '97; Sharon Case in '99; Jessica Collins in '16; Amelia Heinle in '14 & '15)

 

Younger Actor

Pierson Fode (Thomas, B&B) is nominated a 2nd time, one of Fode predecessors Drew Thomas Bell won this category in 2010.  Fode's co-star, Anthony Turpel (RJ, B&B) received his first nomination.  B&B's history in this category is 8 nominations and 3 wins (Bell, Justin Torkildsen in '01, and Scott Clifton in '11).

James Lastovic (Joey, DAYS) scored his 1st nomination.  DAYS has received 18 nominations and 6 wins (Billy Warlock in '88; Darin Brooks in '09; Chandler Massey in '12, '13, '14; Freddie Smith in '15)

 

Bryan Craig (Morgan, GH) is nominated for a 4th time, having won last year.  Tequan Richmond (TJ, GH) is nominated for a 3rd time.  GH has 28 nominations and 6 wins (Jackson in '95, '98, '99; Jacob Young in '02; Chad Brannon in '04 and Craig in '16) in this category.

 

Younger Actress

Reign Edwards (Nicole, B&B) is nominated a 2nd time in the Younger Actress plus scored a nomination for helping write the song "These Are the Moments".  B&B has a history of 13 nominations and 4 wins (Adrienne Frantz in '01; Jennifer Finnigan in '02, '03, '04).

 

Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina, GH) scored her 2nd nomination.  Chloe Lanier (Nelle, GH) is nominated for her 1st.  GH has 26 nominations and 7 wins (Kimberly McCullough in '89 and '96) in this category.

 

Hunter King (Summer, Y&R) is nominated for a 5th time, King won in '14 and '15.  Alyvia Alyn Lind is nominated for her 1st.  Y&R has 36 nominations and 8 wins (Tracey E. Bregman in '85; Tricia Cast in '92; Heather Tom in '93 & '99; Camryn Grimes in '00; Christel Khalil in '12; King in '14 & '15).

 

 

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14 hours ago, YRfan23 said:

wow....I forgot CK won an emmy.....:blink:

 

I did too LOL

 

It's kind of sad that she's only one of two Black actresses to win a Daytime Emmy and her win wasn't a tie.

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