1. Will soaps come back in style like 80's clothing?
2. When will fans see "love in the afternoon" again?
3. Why won't Bob Guza and Co. beg Vanessa to give them one more chance?
4. What happened to the corporate raid with Jabot/Newman/Chancellor?
5. Doesn't it annoy you to see Meg Snyder being Oakdale's man eater? READ MORE
Guiding Light's Kim Zimmer spoke with On-Air On-Soaps' Michael Fairman about taping GL's last episode and Otalia in his latest Soapside column at the Advocate. READ MORE
“I had a moment of, 'Thank God its over,' because it’s been hard. I was never a fan of the new format and production module, and trying to generate story, was tough. And Thank God for Olivia and Natalia. It was the only love story we had on the show, because every one of the other characters on the show seemed to hate each other and it was nasty. I think that is one of the reasons that story was so well received by bible belters because it was a love story. We were thirsty for something like that.”
Many of daytime's popular actresses chose classic black, grey or silver on The 36th Annual Daytime Emmy red carpet. Nadia Bjorlin looked amazing in black . Outstanding Supporting Actress winner Tamara Braun–who won for her role on Days of Our Lives–chose a sultry grey. See what Days of Our Lives' Shelley Hennig and Rachel Melvin, Guiding Light's Kim Zimmer, The Young and the Restless' Elizabeth Hendrickson, Tracey Bregman and Brenda Dickson, As the World Turns' Terri Colombino, Julie Pinson, Kelley Menighan Hensley, General Hospital's Laura Wright and The Bold and the Beautiful's Ashley Jones chose to wear HERE.
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
CBS Daytime is offering Guiding Light fans a chance to win a piece of the longest running television drama ever. This week, fans can go to the Official Guiding Light Message Boards on CBS.com and submit who is their favorite character and why to win Reva's (Kim Zimmer) broach given to her mother Sara.
The contest will have a new question and prize every week up to the finale. Go ahead, give it a shot!
Kim Zimmer visits with CBS reporter Karen Brown about what it is like to say goodbye to Guiding Light and talks about her storied history on the show.