Prolific web showrunner Gregori J. Martin is back with a prequel to Season 2 of his popular sudser The Bay. In Far From The Bay, Sara Garrett's (Mary Beth Evans) youngest son Peter's (breakout star Kristos Andrews) search for his adoptive parents leads him straight to the Big Apple.
After watching the haunting, visually-appealing first installment of Far From The Bay, I cannot wait for more of this in depth character study into Peter's world. Watch the first webisode of Far From The Bay after the jump! READ MORE
GH Earns Most 2011 Creative Arts Daytime Emmys; Crystal Chappell’s Venice Wins Special Class Short Format EmmyBy Daytime Confidential on June 18, 2011
The 2011 Creative Arts Daytime Emmys were handed out on Friday, June 17 in Los Angeles at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel. While broadcast soaps General Hospital, The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful and All My Children took home various technical awards; it was Crystal Chappell’s Venice that picked up the Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime Creative Arts Emmy. General Hospital took home the most wins at the Creative Arts Daytime Emmys.
Check out a list of the 2011 Creative Arts Daytime Emmy winners after the jump.
Kids, the crazy cats over at Empire still need your help with their fundraising! The indie soap's IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds to produce a fourth season is over in 36 hours. IndieGoGo is a site designed for people to donate to creative projects and get rewards in return. If you make HUGE donations to the show, you will receive a producer's credit for Season 4. READ MORE
On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jamey Giddens and Jillian Bowe drop in on The Morning Jolt With Larry Flick.
During the show they discuss Bob Guza being fired from General Hospital and Dena Higley being replaced at Days of Our Lives. Susan Lucci goes in on Brian Frons for “throwing Agnes Nixon to the Wolves.” Jamey dishes about One Life to Live. Will ABC replace Oprah’s show with one starring Katie Couric? What does Oprah have up her sleeve for her final episode?
During the second hour they talk about Arnold Schwarzenegger cheating on Maria Shriver. Jillian and Larry are obsessed with VH1’s Mob Wives. Mary Hart retires from Entertainment Tonight. All this and much more on today’s show.
All this and much more on today’s show! READ MORE
If you haven’t watched the last two episodes of the laugh out loud web series Then We Got Help, you’re going to want to tune in to episodes and “I Never” and “There Once Was A Man Named Jan.” Dan (Nicholas Rodriguez) and Eric (Blake Hammond) host the therapy session in “I Never.” Two words sum up why you should watch episode seven, “drinking game.”
In Then We Got Help’s eighth episode of the season, “There Once Was A Man Named Jan,” Sam McMurray guests as Gerry’s (Susan Ferrara) offensive dad, Jan. Gerry is in charge of the meeting in episode eight and she asks her dad, a former detective with “the highest confession rate in NYPD history,” to interrogate the group. For those who haven’t watched the hilarious comedy, it would be an understatement to say Gerry’s husband Terry (Sean Mahon) isn’t a fan of his father-in-law.
This week’s episode drives that point home when an upset Terry almost comes to blows with his father-in-law. When Jan sets his sights on Eric, Eric admits he’s worried Dan will love the baby they are trying to adopt more than he will his partner. Watch the two most recent episodes of Then We Got Help after the jump! READ MORE
The season finale of WORKSHOP’s hilarious second season, “Whatever it Takes,” is now available on Hulu! Vivian (Leanne Wilson) and Sarah (Audra Marie) find themselves without an agent. Kaitlyn’s (Kimberly Legg) told to do “whatever” it takes to get a SAG voucher. Will she finally get the break she’s been hoping for?
Urban Tiger’s Adam (Phillip Jeanmarie) helps promote a charity to improve his image. Matthew gets caught stealing pot. Jeff (Nate Golon) is faced with eating an entire cow on The Biggest Gainer. Will he do it? Also, be sure to check out WORKSHOP season 2 bloopers at the end of the episode.