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  • Daniel Montgomery
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    The nominees for the 11th Annual Goldie Awards for Excellence in Daytime Television are below. Rules for voting for the winners are in the next post.

    BEST DRAMA SERIES

    “The Bold and the Beautiful”
    “Days of Our Lives”
    “General Hospital”
    “The Young and the Restless”

    ** Because of a tie there are four nominees instead of three.

    BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

    James Scott, “Days of Our Lives”
    Maurice Benard, “General Hospital”
    Jason Thompson, “General Hospital”
    Peter Bergman, “The Young and the Restless”
    Billy Miller, “The Young and the Restless”

    BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

    Debbi Morgan, “All My Children”
    Eileen Davidson, “Days of Our Lives”
    Alison Sweeney, “Days of Our Lives”
    Finola Hughes, “General Hospital”
    Maura West, “General Hospital” 

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

    Darin Brooks, “The Bold and the Beautiful”
    Scott Clifton, “The Bold and the Beautiful”
    Blake Berris, “Days of Our Lives”
    Greg Vaughan, “Days of Our Lives”
    Bradford Anderson, “General Hospital”
    Dominic Zamprogna, “General Hospital”

    ** Because of a tie there are six nominees instead of five.

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

    Judi Evans, “Days of Our Lives”
    Arianne Zucker, “Days of Our Lives”
    Jane Elliot, “General Hospital”
    Amelia Heinle, “The Young and the Restless”
    Elizabeth Hendrickson, “The Young and the Restless”

    BEST YOUNGER ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

    Eric Nelsen, “All My Children”
    Chandler Massey, “Days of Our Lives”
    Casey Moss, “Days of Our Lives”
    Freddie Smith, “Days of Our Lives”
    Bryan Craig, “General Hospital”

    BEST YOUNGER ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

    Kim Matula, “The Bold and the Beautiful”
    Camila Banus, “Days of Our Lives”
    Kate Mansi, “Days of Our Lives”
    Kelley Missal, “One Life to Live”
    Hunter King, “The Young and the Restless”

    BEST LIMITED/GUEST PERFORMER IN A DRAMA SERIES

    Meredith Scott Lynn, “Days of Our Lives”
    Genie Francis, “General Hospital”
    Lynn Herring, “General Hospital”
    Vanessa Marcil, “General Hospital”
    Eileen Davidson, “The Young and the Restless”

    BEST WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

    “The Bold and the Beautiful” — Bradley Bell
    “Days of Our Lives” — Gary Tomlin and Christopher Whitesell
    “General Hospital” — Ron Carlivati

    BEST DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

    “The Bold and the Beautiful”
     Michael Stich, Deveney Marking Kelly, Cynthia J. Popp, David Shaughnessy, Jennifer Howard

    “Days of Our Lives”
    Steven Williford, Herb Stein, Phil Sogard, Albert Alarr, Grant A. Johnson

    “The Young and the Restless”
    Mike Denney, Sally McDona;ld, Dean LaMont, Andy Lee

    BEST CASTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

    “Days of Our Lives” — Marnie Saitta
    “General Hospital” — Mark Teschner
    “The Young and the Restless” — Judy Blye Wilson

    BEST ENSEMBLE CAST IN A DRAMA SERIES

    “Days of Our Lives”
    “General Hospital”
    “The Young and the Restless”

    BEST TALK OR SERVICE SHOW

    “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
    “The Talk”

    BEST GAME SHOW

    “Billy on the Street”
    “Family Feud”
    “Jeopardy!”
    “Wheel of Fortune”

    BEST HOST OF A TALK, SERVICE, OR GAME SHOW

    “Billy on the Street”
    Billy Eichner

    “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
    Ellen DeGeneres

    “Katie”
    Katie Couric

    “The Talk”
    Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood

    LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

    Susan Flannery
    Jill Larson
    Erika Slezak
    Robin Strasser

    LEGACY AWARD

    Charita Bauer
    Macdonald Carey
    Dick Clark
    Darlene Conley
    Anna Lee

    ** Because of a tie there are five finalists instead of four.

    SOAP TOTALS

    Days of Our Lives — 18 nominations (**New Goldie Record**)

    General Hospital — 15 nominations

    The Young and the Restless — 10 nominations

    The Bold and the Beautiful — 6 nominations

    All My Children — 2 nominations

    One Life to Live — 1 nomination

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    Rules for voting for the winners:

    – Voting for winners begins effective immediately and will END on Friday, May 16, at 11:59pm Eastern Time.

    – You are eligible to vote in this round if you are a registed member at Gold Derby as of today, April 23, 2014.

    – To vote, select one winner and one runner-up. Your “winner” choice will receive 5 points. Your “runner-up” choice will receive 2 points. The nominee with the most points at the end of voting wins. Please format your ballot as follows:

    BEST DRAMA SERIES
    Winner: “General Children to Live”
    Runner-Up: “As the Bold Turns the Restless Light”

    – Submit your ballots by sending me a Private Message. To do so, hover over my name and from the drop-down menu select “Send Message.”

    –  You may vote in as many or as few categories as you wish, but if you vote, you MUST select one winner and one runner-up, or the category will not be counted.

    – You may post FYCs in this thread, but DO NOT post your entire ballot in this thread. Any questions or concerns may also be posted in this thread, and I will do my best to address them.

    Happy voting!

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    NOTEWORTHY STATS AND MILESTONES

    – As mentioned above, “Days of Our Lives” sets a new record for the most nominations in a single year (18). “One Life to Live” previously held the record (17, which “OLTL” achieved twice).

    – “Days” is the only show nominated in all 7 acting categories this year. For that matter, it’s the only show nominated in EVERY category this year.

    – Boy, you guys realy didn’t take to “AMC” or “OLTL.” Those ballots were a bloodbath for the online shows.

    Scott Clifton extends his record as the most nominated daytime actor. This is his 9th bid. Alas, he’s also the biggest Goldies loser, having never won. Arianne Zucker isn’t far behind in the overall total (7 nods, 1 win); she’s tied for second with Tuc Watkins (7 nods, 2 wins).

    – I was surprised to find that these are the first ever nominations for Bradford Anderson and Elizabeth Hendrickson, whom I thought had earned bids in the past.

    – Previous acting winners who are back in the running this year: Jason Thompson, Peter Bergman, Billy Miller, Debbi Morgan, Maura West, Darin Brooks, Arianne Zucker, Jane Elliot, Chandler Massey, and Kelley Missal.

    – Because last year’s Younger categories were cut, Chandler Massey has the odd distinction of being nominated for Younger Actor a year after being nominated for Lead Actor.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    These noms are so close to what my final ballot would look like on May 1st (: All 5 of my best actress (except Ari Zucker is placed in supporting here), 3 for 5 in lead actor, 4 for 6 in supporting actor, only 1 in supporting actress though.  All 5 younger actors and 4 of my 5 younger actresses – remarkable!

    Surprised GH didn’t make the cut in the directing team category…

    THRILLED that Robin Strasser, my all-time favorite daytime actress, is in the Lifetime Achievement award category!!! (:

    Didn’t the rest of you guys watch AMC and OLTL online last year???

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    alokin
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    Interesting set of nominees! Thrilled for Debbi Morgan, and basically the entire cast of DAYS! Very refreshing to see Judi Evans make it in; she was in my top five but was unfortunately edged out by the very strong showing of work from the ladies of Y&R and Ari Zucker on my personal ballot. I think I’m most surprised at the (imo, very deserved) inclusion of Maurice Benard, considering how much Sonny is disliked around these parts, lol. I’m glad those of us who voted for him were able to separate their disdain for the character from Benard the actor and what he achieved in bringing to the screen. Nice to see Eric Nelsen getting recognition for his strong work, which was a bit unexpected as I got the feeling he wasn’t on a lot of people’s radar during our younger actor discussions a few months ago. Even more unexpected that all the love for GH didn’t spread to Chad Duell in landing a nom. Seeing six nominees in supporting actor is also a pleasant surprise as I’d anticipated more the likelihood of a tie in the supporting and lead actress fields. I’m happy over the strong showing of B&B in so many of the general fields and supporting actor category, but saddened there wasn’t more love to go around for Jacqueline MacInnes Wood in younger actress. I had expected at least at the Goldies, she could take this category in a cakewalk!  I guess not… 

    What was most interesting I noticed is that there is not a single male acting nominee in the outstanding limited/guest performer field! The ladies really rocked that category!

     

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    Great list of nominations! Why is it that the Goldie Awards are so much more in touch with what is really happening in Daytime Television when compared to the Daytime Emmy Awards?

    FYC: LegacyAward, Charita Bauer, Guiding Light.
    For more than thirty years, Bauer played the role of Bert Bauer on Guiding Light. She continued to play the role throughout her illness and almost up until she passed away. She is one of a handful of actresses who helped to define daytime television. 

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    Thanks Daniel for putting these together. Very deserving acting
    nominees, not a single ringer in the bunch. Is this the first time one
    actor (Eileen Davidson) is nominated for two different roles in the same
    year? And was Kimberly McCullough a factor in any category? She didn’t
    place on my ballot because I didn’t have enough room for her in Lead or
    Supporting and I’m just now realizing that she would have been a perfect
    choice for the Guest category. Don’t know why that didn’t occur to me
    earlier. Did she miss out because people didn’t know what category to
    put her in or did she just not get many votes?

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    Yes, Davidson is the first actor nominated for two soap roles in the same year.

    Alas, Kimberly McCullough wasn’t a strong factor anywhere. She received only one vote: in the Limited/Guest category.

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    Yes, what a great set of nominees!  

    A few surprises, but not disappointments by any means:
    1.  I know Heather Tom has been losing popularity here, but I still thought she’d make it.
    2.  Judi Evans is great, though I would have predicted that Kelly Sullivan had enough supporters to beat her.  But it worked out well because Evans’ absence would have meant Days wouldn’t have achieved the records that they did. 
    3.  Only one vote for KMc.  I haven’t gone back and reviewed my ballot, but I think it was me haha.
    4.  Vanessa Marcil.  I assumed people would have forgotten about her short stint in the Spring so I posted her as a FYC, and I’m glad to see she got some credit because she will always be one of my favorites.   

    Great choices overall, and an exciting race ahead.   
     

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    Great work, people!  And thanks Daniel for putting this together!  This is a very good list.  Some things surprised me, too.  I definitely expected to see Heather Tom in there, despite people (myself included) being a little tired of her.  I would have expected her before the GH ladies, but that’s not a complaint. I also thought me might see Michelle Stafford.  I’m also very surprised that Judi Evans made it in, but she’s certainly deserving.  I feel bad for KMc.  I almost voted for her, but in the end, I was deciding between her and a couple of other people for the third spot on my ballot and I ended up just going with a vote I knew wouldn’t really factor in so I wouldn’t have to decide.  

    I also feel kind of bad that the online shows did so poorly here.  I wish I had gotten to see more of them, but I just never got around to it.

    Do we have a stat for the longest streak or streaks of nominations?  Scott Clifton’s nine nominations make me think he might have a pretty good one.  I just look back on the history (thanks for updating that, Daniel) to see how many consecutive noms James Scott has gotten (this is the fifth in a row) and realized Ari Zucker has six consecutive nods between lead and supporting for the past six years, which is pretty impressive. 

    Congratulations to all the nominees!  Let’s see how closely the Emmys mirror us. 

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    Congrats to Eileen Davidson on setting a new Goldies record and to Scott Clifton on his milestone nom!

    And yes, Heather Tom’s omission came as a complete surprise to me too. Maybe this was a case where everyone automatically assumed a good bulk of the votes were already going to her, which resulted in a fewer amount of total nods for her and ended up pushing the other contenders to the top of the nominee list. I think we can all agree, though, that all the extremely worthy candidates made it impossible to vote on that particular category! I, for one, absolutely could NOT narrow down my choices to simply three as my heart was telling me I wanted all to be included and recognized somehow. I guess that really says something about the insanely strong competition especially amongst the ladies at this year’s Emmys!

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    Great set of nominations. Your move, NATAS lol! And quick correction, the casting director at Y&R is now AMC alum Judy Blye Wilson.

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    Thanks, eastwest! I’ll make that correction.

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    Good catch, eastwest, and that actually reminds me that I think we’d forgotten to update that CSA (Casting Society of America) Artios Awards thread from a while ago with Judy Blye Wilson’s win for Y&R last November. So a belated (okay, very very belated!) congrats to Ms. Wilson on her deserved win!

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    Absolutely amazing showing for DAYS OF OUR LIVES….SO deserved!!

    After so many years of being snubbed and ignored, the show is finally getting the respect it deserves.

    18 nominations is incredible and the strength of the entire show even manged to bring in some surprise nominations.
     
    There is no question, the most deserving performer in Daytime in 2013 was Eileen Davidson for DAYS….to unreward her would just be so incredibly jarring and plain as day WRONG. 

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