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Three nominated at the 44th Daytime Emmy awards


The nominations at the next Daytime Emmy awards have been announced. Among the happy nominated, three former stars of Santa Barbara :
- Nancy Lee Grahn (ex-Julia Wainwright) in the category outstanding lead actress for General Hospital,
- Vincent Irizarry (ex-Dr. Scott Clark) in the category outstanding lead actor for Days of our Lives,
- and Nicolas Coster (ex-Lionel Lockridge) in the category supporting actor in a digital drama for The Bay.

The ceremony of the 44th Daytime Emmy awards will be held on Sunday, April 30 in Pasadena. No television or online broadcast is announced at this day.

Good luck to our nominated friends !

Soap Opera Digest comes back in 1993


In its issue in date of March 13, the American magazine Soap Opera Digest stops over the year 1993 and so evokes for the last time Santa Barbara, disappeared that year.
In photo : one of the last scenes of the show, around Julia, Mason and Gracie.
Ally Walker shoots a pilot


Ally Walker (ex-Andrea Bedford) perhaps the heroin of a new series ?
The actress shoots in any case the pilot of Ghosted, where she plays Captain Lafrey, head of the Underground Investigative Service, which investigates the paranormal phenomena occuring in Los Angeles.
It is the American network Fox which commanded this pilot, to make of it one of its regular series of fall 2017.
We wish to see the project succeeding, only for the pleasure to see Ally again on screens !
Robin Wright goes behind the camera


After having practised on seven episodes of her show House of Cards on Netflix, Robin Wright (ex-Kelly Capwell) comes to direct her first movie !
The Dark of Night is a medium-length film which tells the night filled with dangers which lives a young woman in 1930, having taken refuge in a diner because of a storm.
The movie is currently being shot.

This year of 2017 will also see Robin Wright in the theaters in two blockbusters : Wonder Woman, waited on June 02 in the United States, and Blade Runner 2049, waited on October 06.

Vincent Irizarry leaves Days of our Lives


He had joined the soap in January, 2016 (see the News of 09/01/2015). Vincent Irizarry leaves today Days of our Lives and his character of Deimos Kiriakis.
Neither the production of the show, nor NBC or even Vincent commented this day on this departure.
The ex-Dr. Scott Clark of Santa Barbara should however appear on-screen until this summer, because of the advance taken in the shootings.
Homage : Richard Hatch (1945-2017)


For two months, from January till March 1990, he was the first face of Stephen Slade, one of the four avenger orphans of Santa Barbara, before leaving his place to John O'Hurley.
Richard Hatch, 71 years old, died on Tuesday, February 07th from pancreatic cancer.
If he made a name for himself in the television industry, it is however for other roles : first of all Dan Robbins, the successor of Michael Douglas in the last season of The Streets of San Francisco, then especially Captain Apollo in Battlestar Galactica, a cult role which he never stopped honoring during his prolific career.
Richard Hatch was still continuing to play for television and cinema. He leaves behind him a son and many science fiction fans in mourning.
Soap Opera Digest comes back in 1992


In its issue in date of February 13, the American magazine Soap Opera Digest returns over the year 1992 in the small world of daytime soaps-operas.
Concerning Santa Barbara, it is obviously the departure of A Martinez and the announcement of the end of the show for January 1993 that remembered the magazine.
Soap Opera Digest comes back in 1991


In its issue in date of January 16, the American magazine Soap Opera Digest falls on what marked the small world of daytime soaps-operas in 1991.
The changes in the cast, but also of executive producer, are what obviously most marked Santa Barbara that year, as picks out the article.
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