Bold and Beautiful
TV Guide’s Michael Logan has published his yearly prediction about which soaps have the best and worst chance of landing a Daytime Emmy Best Drama nomination. From the report:
The Bold and the Beautiful: After months and months of that hopelessly inane Liam-Hope-Steffy drivel, exec producer-head writer Brad Bell finally put the "bold" back in his show by killing off its longtime matriarch Stephanie Forrester with lung cancer — a move that was painful yet weirdly exhilarating and ballsy beyond belief. Bell wisely submitted the two episodes (shows 6448 and 6449, airdates: Nov. 12-13, 2012) where Stephanie's family and friends gather for an Irish-themed party to celebrate her life, little knowing they'll also be saying goodbye. Watching Celtic Woman perform "Danny Boy" at the bash was enough to put us on the floor, but the kicker left us immobile. Out of nowhere, Stephanie announces that she's going off to die at an undisclosed location and that no one — not even her children — will ever see her again. It was shocking, cruel, heartbreaking and so very Stephanie, who was a control freak to the very end. You've never seen anything like it in soaps, and you never will again.
Chance of a nomination: Excellent. READ MORE
DC #718: EXCLUSIVE — Y&R's Angell Conwell and Redaric Williams on Playing The Sexy, Secretive Michaelson SibsBy Daytime Confidential on April 30, 2013
They're the fictional, brother/sister duo bringing sexual chocolate back to Genoa City on CBS Daytime's The Young and the Restless. On today's Daytime Confidential podcast, Jamey Giddens and Luke Kerr welcome Angell Conwell and Redaric Williams, who play secretive siblings Leslie and Tyler Michaelson.
What has it been like for Conwell to take Leslie from being GC's go-to attorney, to the front burner, via a juicy murder mystery and dysfunctional family drama? How is model-turned-actor Williams managing to make the role of Tyler his own amid comparisons to Shemar Moore's Malcolm Winters?
Will fans ever accept the Michaelsons getting next to father/daughter pair Neil (Kristoff St. John) and Lily Winters (Christel Khalil), with the ghost of Dru and a very much alive Cane Ashby (Daniel Goddard) to contend with? Luke and Jamey get to the bottom of all of that and more in this fun-filled podcast interview!
On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe, Regan Cellura and Melodie Aikels dish the latest All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, One Life to Live and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines, including:
Steffy arrives at her wedding to Liam on a motorcycle and wearing a black wedding dress. How long will the newlyweds happiness last? Who could have guessed that Caroline would become the highlight of The Bold and the Beautiful?
EJ proposes to Sami. Chrishell Stause joins Days of Our Lives. How long will it be before Kristen gets her hands on the incriminating photo?
The DC gang shares their First Impressions of Emme Rylan as Lulu on General Hospital. There was both good and bad scenery chewing happening on GH last week.
Regan recounts her experience on the Paley Center red carpet celebrating GH’s 50th Anniversary.
Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Bill (Don Diamont) helped Katie (Heather Tom) return home from the hospital. Bill took Katie upstairs before going back downstairs to talk to Brooke about where their relationship stood.
The Bold and the Beautiful’s Ashley Jones has been busy and now one of her projects, A Sister’s Revenge, is ready to premiere on Lifetime. Jones portrays Catherine, the wife of Michael Miller (Tim Rozon), who Suzanne (Brooke Burns) blames for her sister’s death.
As owner of the hottest new restaurant in the city, Michael Miller is living his dream. Having left behind his ladies man past in favor of a loving wife and infant son, Michael has built a successful business, a beautiful home, and a perfect life. Stepping into this perfect life with stiletto heels and an axe to grind is Suzanne Dunne, a modern day femme fatale. With her smoldering good looks and killer charm, Suzanne manipulates her way first into Michael's restaurant and then into his life.
Watch a preview for A Sister’s Revenge after the jump! READ MORE
While Liam (Scott Clifton) and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) were celebrating their nuptials, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Donna (Jennifer Gareis) were at the hospital helping Katie (Heather Tom) get discharged. READ MORE