He's baaaaack! The funniest Mo Fo since Woody Allen started dating his wife's children instead of making irreverant flicks, is at it again! From the warped mind of Andrew Miller, comes Eden Elizabeth Ensenada, starring your faves from the Imaginary Bitches series (Eden Riegel, Greg Rikaart, Liz Hendrickson) as well as a few surprise soapy guests like Van Hansis and Melissa Clare Egan and others! READ MORE
Last night As the World Turns won a GLAAD Media Award in the category "Outstanding Daily Drama". Van Hansis and Jake Silbermann accepted the award. The other nominee was All My Children. The GLAAD Media Awards honor media for their representation of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders and the issues that affect their lives.
Daytime television has come a long way from the time when soap operas solely revolved around the lives of Midwestern WASPs. Thanks in large part to Agnes Nixon, and the racially and socially diverse landscapes she brought to the artform with her daytime dramas One Life to Live and All My Children, people of color began to carve out a niche on daytime in the late 60's and early 70's. Nixon was also responsible for creating signature roles for women like Robin Strasser and Suan Lucci, both of whom have been quoted as saying they had been told their look was too "ethnic" for television early in their careers.