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Y&r's Eric Braeden Forced to Evacuate Home to Escape California Wildfires

Once again, deadly wildfires are raging through California and The Young & The Restless star Eric Braeden (Victor) is just one of the many people who have been forced to evacuate to safety. "Have evacuated our home!" he reported on Twitter. "Kind of sad, because we don't know if it'll be around in a few days! Love you all! Be safe!" Multiple fires are burning in the West Coast, with over 26 million people from California to Arizona under red flag warnings. The Kincade Fire has devastated over 75,000 acres in Northern California's Sonoma County in the past week, and The Getty Fire has destroyed at least eight homes since it began on Oct 28. A new fire named The Easy Fire broke out in Simi Valley on the morning of Oct. 30. The fast moving fire forced widespread evacuations as it destroyed homes in Los Angeles. (Photo Credit: David McNew/Getty Images) Last year,
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Beth Maitland Is 'So Excited' to Be Back in the Opening Credits of The Young & The Restless

The Sept. 24 episode of The Young & The Restless will contain a change that may be subtle to some viewers, but not to actress Beth Maitland (Traci), who can now be seen in the opening titles to the soap! "So excited to be back after over two decades in the opening credits," she shared on Instagram. Maitland joined the cast of Y&r as Traci Abbott back in 1982, and although originally intended as a short-term role, she impressed the producers so much they put her on contract where she remained until 1993. Her talent also won her the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in 1985 and another nomination in the same category in 2019. In the years since 1993, Maitland has appeared on a recurring basis, sometimes for holidays and other times for lengthier storylines such as the death of her daughter, Colleen Carlton, and when the Abbott family dealt with Dina Mergeron's Alzheimer's.
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Daytime Emmy Awards Merge Younger Actress and Actor Categories

The Daytime Emmy Awards are about to get more challenging for the younger stars — The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is combining the Outstanding Younger Actor and Outstanding Younger Actress categories into one single category for both genders, Variety is reporting. The categories were first introduced to the Daytime Emmys back in 1985 when they were called Outstanding Young Man and Outstanding Ingenue. (Brian Bloom took home the first for his work as Dusty on As The World Turns and Tracey E. Bregman took home the latter for playing Lauren on The Young & The Restless.) When Bregman won Younger Actress in 1985, it was known as Outstanding Ingenue. The Daytime Emmys already have one category that includes both genders, Outstanding Guest Performer. In addition, the new Outstanding Younger Performer category will also include both broadcast soaps and the digital drama series in its nominees. The Younger Actor and Actress categories recognize
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Daytime Emmys to Combine Younger Actress and Actor Awards Into One Gender-Neutral Category in 2020

The Daytime Emmys in 2020 will combine the Outstanding Younger Actress and Outstanding Younger Actor awards into one gender-neutral category, our sister site Variety reports. (Update: Per Variety, a decision has not yet been made, but the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is considering the change.)

NATAS is also expected to announce that coinciding with that potential change, the possible new category will include performers from both broadcast dramas and digital series.

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Y&r's Tracey E. Bregman Reveals What She and Lauren Have in Common (Exclusive)

Although The Young & The Restless’ Lauren isn’t quite the witch that she once was when she tormented Traci all those years ago, portrayer Tracey E. Bregman likes that her alter ego has maintained much of her feistiness. “There is a great quote from Al Capone that sums up Lauren, which says, ‘Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. I’m kind to everyone. But when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you’re going to remember about me!’” she shared with a laugh. “Lauren is not a pushover! I go back to the Phyllis doppelganger story, where Lauren was the one who identified the real [Phyllis] and shot the other one. She took a huge gamble and she was right. That takes cajones!” While Bregman isn’t exactly a pushover in real life, she definitely thinks that Lauren is “more ballsy than me. However, where we are
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Today in Soap Opera History (August 1)

1980: Another World's Tracey and Russ married.

1984: Santa Barbara's Joe spotted his true love, Kelly.

1997: Rebecca Herbst debuted as Elizabeth on General Hospital.

2001: Spyder Games' Gretel performed."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

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1966: On Dark Shadows, Victoria (Alexandra Moltke) asked David (David Henesy) why he attempted to murder Roger and showed him the bleeder valve. He attacked her and she locked it in a dresser drawer. Later, Victoria went to show the bleeder valve to Elizabeth (Joan Bennett) it was missing.

1980: On Another World,
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Today in Soap Opera History (May 29)

1984: All My Children's Jenny wanted a baby.

1989: Another World's Nicole confessed to murder.

2003: Days of our Lives' Lexie gave birth.

2006: The execution of One Life to Live's "Todd" began."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into d ifferent and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

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1939: Radio soap opera The Affairs of Anthony debuted on the Blue Network. Henry Hunter starred as Anthony.

1975: On Another World, Alice Frame (Jacqueline Courtney) agreed to let her husband, Steve, be buried in Chadwell.

1980: On Guiding Light, Dr. Ingrid Fisher told Lucille Wexler that
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E! News Spotlights Soaps in 'Daytime Drama Deep Dive'

Soap fans rejoice! The shows you love will be highlighted on E! News in a special segment, “Daytime Drama Deep Dive,” airing during their news show hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy on Thursday, May 23, 7-8 pm Et/Pt. So set your DVR's now! Look for exclusive interviews with General Hospital’s Laura Wright (Carly), Steve Burton (Jason), and Kristina Wagner (Felicia) who discuss the longevity of Gh and the family they've created with the viewers who watch them every day on TV. “There's a reason daytime has been going for 56 years," Wright declared, celebrating the fans who keep the soaps alive. "It’s so funny, you walk into a fan event, or you meet a fan on the street, and they grab you and hug you like, like you’re their long lost cousin.” Burton, reflects on his character in the segment, recalling one particular memorable storyline. “The
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Daytime Emmy for Best Younger Actor 2019: Lucas Adams (‘Days’) takes on a field of newbies in a wide-open race

Daytime Emmy for Best Younger Actor 2019: Lucas Adams (‘Days’) takes on a field of newbies in a wide-open race
Last year’s Daytime Emmy race for Best Younger Actor ended in an upset when Rome Flynn (“The Bold and the Beautiful”) defeated the overwhelming favorite, Casey Moss (“Days of Our Lives”). Will this year’s race be just as surprising? There’s only one returning nominee in the category (“Days” star Lucas Adams), who is joined by four newcomers. It’s the only acting race this year guaranteed to crown a first-time winner. So who’s out front?

The Daytime Emmys are unique in that the nominees and winners are both decided in a single round of voting during which blue ribbon panels viewed sample performance reels from the nominees. The academy made those reels available to the press, so here’s the scoop on all the Younger Actor contenders at this year’s kudos so you can make informed predictions here in our predictions center before this weekend’s show.
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Today in Soap Opera History (April 19)

1983: All My Children's Verla Grubbs told Phoebe about her father.

1985: Todd arrived in Salem. on Days of our Lives.

1990: Bo Brady returned to Days of our Lives.

1991: Another World's Kathleen unintentionally interrupted

Cass & Frankie's wedding."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into d ifferent and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

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1966: On Peyton Place, Ann Howard (Susan Oliver) hired Steven Cord (James Douglas) to investigate Chris's fall from the bluff years earlier, convinced she had nothing to do with it.

1967: On Dark Shadows, Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) spoke to the portrait of Josette,
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Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (‘B&B’) joins an elite Daytime Emmys club by achieving this rare triple crown

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (‘B&B’) joins an elite Daytime Emmys club by achieving this rare triple crown
This year Jacqueline MacInnes Wood earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Best Actress for her role as Steffy Forrester on “The Bold and the Beautiful.” It’s her fourth nomination overall but her first as a leading lady, which puts her in elite company. It makes her only the fifth woman to achieve the triple crown of nominations as a younger, supporting and lead actress. But she still hasn’t won. Is this her year?

MacInnes Wood achieved all of her nominations in the span of just seven years. She picked up a pair of Best Younger Actress bids (2012-2013), which she lost to Christel Khalil (“The Young and the Restless”) and Kristen Alderson (“General Hospital”), respectively. When she returned to the Emmy lineup in 2018 she had aged out of the younger category (the cutoff is 26), so she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, but lost to Camryn Grimes (“Y
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Everything You Need to Know About Lauren Fenmore Baldwin on The Young & The Restless

Lauren Fenmore Baldwin isn’t seen as often on The Young & The Restless as she once was, so some newer fans can be forgiven for not knowing about her dramatic history in Genoa City. The character was introduced back in 1983 and Tracey E. Bregman has played the role since then, even bringing her to Y&R’s sister soap The Bold & The Beautiful in the mid-‘90s for a few years. First appearing as a rebellious teen being raised by her father, Neil Fenmore, Lauren spent years bullying and scheming against an insecure Traci Abbott. But later, she matured and married Paul Williams, much to the dismay of his mother. Shawn Garrett stalked Lauren and threatened to kill Paul if she didn’t leave him. Paul managed to rescue Lauren after Shawn buried her alive, but tragically, she lost the baby she was carrying. Their marriage ended after Lauren sold a
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Eric Braeden Announces When He'll Be Back on The Young & The Restless!

Get ready for the return of The Great Victor Newman! Eric Braeden is back in the studio at The Young & The Restless and there’s going to be plenty of drama to look forward to now! “Back on set with my long-lost daughter!” the actor tweeted along with a photo of himself with castmate Amelia Heinle (Victoria). And although he's made a couple of brief appearances via video chat, Braden has now announced that Victor will be back on screen properly in time for the holidays! "I‘ll see you all on Friday, Dec. 21st,"he promised. Of course, due to earlier preemptions, that episode will actually air on Monday, Dec. 24. .⁦@ameliamheinle⁩ back on set with my long lost daughter!! pic.twitter.com/JHx6PKS6i4— Eric Braeden (@EBraeden) November 20, 2018 Back in September, Braeden announced that he was taking a month off from Y&R so he could go on vacation.
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Today in Soap Opera History (December 10)

1979: The Edge of Night's Deborah continued to be poisoned.

1981: Milton Berle guest-starred on General Hospital.

1991: Days of our Lives' Carly and Bo exchanged vows in Mexico.

2001: One Life to Live's Blair was reunited with her baby."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1957: On The Edge of Night, Willy (Edward Holmes) informed Mike (John Larkin) that Ed was the staff member who talked to Dalton.

1971: On The Doctors, Dr. Steve Aldrich (David O'Brien) recalled how happy he and Carolee Simpson (Carolee Campbell
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Today in Soap Opera History (December 11)

1968: Susan Seaforth debuted on Days of our Lives as Julie.

1979: Atwt's Lisa faced off with Hester at The Willows.

1995: Another World's Donna sang to a suspicious Matt.

1998: Brooke's Bedroom made its debut on B&B."History speaks to artists. It changes the artist's thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images."

Anselm Kiefer

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1957: On The Edge of Night, Peter Dalton (Stephen Elliott) won the election by a landslide.

1968: Susan Seaforth (Hayes) debuted as Julie Olson in Days of our Lives. She has been nominated for four Daytime Emmy Awards for her work on the soap.
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Happy Birthday to The Young & The Restless Star Gina Tognoni — Relive Her Daytime Career!

Best wishes to daytime powerhouse Gina Tognoni, who celebrates her birthday today! The Emmy-winning actress has played roles on multiple soaps on both ABC and CBS, earning legions of loyal fans from across the world! (Photo Credit: John Paschal/jpistudios.com) Tognoni made her daytime debut in 1995 as Kelly Cramer on One Life To Live, where she stayed until 2001. After a series of appearances on shows like Fastlane, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The Sopranos, the actress returned to soaps, joining the cast of Guiding Light in 2004 as a recast of Dinah Marler. During her time on Gl, Tognoni earned two Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress, in 2006 and 2008. After CBS canceled Gl in 2009, Tognoni reprised her role of Kelly on Oltl, but left shortly before its final episode on ABC in 2012. In 2014, she joined the cast of The Young & The Restless as Phyllis Summers, stepping
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Happy Birthday to The Young & The Restless Star Gina Tognoni — Relive Her Daytime Career!

Best wishes to daytime powerhouse Gina Tognoni, who celebrates her birthday today! The Emmy-winning actress has played roles on multiple soaps on both ABC and CBS, earning legions of loyal fans from across the world! (Photo Credit: John Paschal/jpistudios.com) Tognoni made her daytime debut in 1995 as Kelly Cramer on One Life To Live, where she stayed until 2001. After a series of appearances on shows like Fastlane, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The Sopranos, the actress returned to soaps, joining the cast of Guiding Light in 2004 as a recast of Dinah Marler. During her time on Gl, Tognoni earned two Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress, in 2006 and 2008. After CBS canceled Gl in 2009, Tognoni reprised her role of Kelly on Oltl, but left shortly before its final episode on ABC in 2012. In 2014, she joined the cast of The Young & The Restless as Phyllis Summers, stepping
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What Happened to Fen on The Young & The Restless

Fenmore Baldwin has a new face on The Young & The Restless, but the character still has the same dramatic history. Of course, if you’re a newer viewer or one that just doesn’t quite remember the young man, we’ve got you covered! After his birth in October of 2006, Fen was played by a series of child actors until being aged into a teenager and recast with Max Ehrich. After earning four consecutive Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Younger Actor, Ehrich left the soap in 2015 and the role has now been recast again with Zach Tinker taking over as Fen on Dec. 3. Fenmore was born prematurely to Lauren Fenmore and Michael Baldwin, and shortly after his birth was kidnapped by Sheila Carter, who had surgically altered her face to resemble Phyllis Summers. Then, as a child, Lauren was kidnapped and replaced by Sheila’s sister, Sara Smythe, who
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The Young & The Restless Recaps — Abby Learned a Shocking Secret!

A lot can happen in a day in Genoa City, so it’s easy to get lost. If you’ve missed anything that happened over the last week or so on the soap, our The Young & The Restless recaps can help you get back up to speed in no time! Phyllis and Nick used the Jaboutique launch party to let everyone know that they were coupling up again. As a countermeasure, Billy brought Sharon as his date. Despite their public appearance, Sharon resisted Billy’s advances, insisting that she didn’t want to pursue revenge sex. Rather than be upset, Billy thanked her for the reality check. Later, Sharon found herself succumbing to her desire for Rey... but before they made it to bed, they were interrupted by Rey’s estranged wife, Mia, who wanted to reconcile. While Rey agreed to give their marriage another shot, he balked at jumping into bed with the beauty.
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The Young & The Restless Recaps — Abby Learned a Shocking Secret!

A lot can happen in a day in Genoa City, so it’s easy to get lost. If you’ve missed anything that happened over the last week or so on the soap, our The Young & The Restless recaps can help you get back up to speed in no time! Phyllis and Nick used the Jaboutique launch party to let everyone know that they were coupling up again. As a countermeasure, Billy brought Sharon as his date. Despite their public appearance, Sharon resisted Billy’s advances, insisting that she didn’t want to pursue revenge sex. Rather than be upset, Billy thanked her for the reality check. Later, Sharon found herself succumbing to her desire for Rey... but before they made it to bed, they were interrupted by Rey’s estranged wife, Mia, who wanted to reconcile. While Rey agreed to give their marriage another shot, he balked at jumping into bed with the beauty.
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