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  • youngsoapfan
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    #426045

    Here’s to make predictions for the nominees before they come out.

     

    My first category to predict is supporting actor. My predictions are:

     

    Bradford Anderson

    Darin Brooks

    Blake Berris

    Greg Vaughan

    Scott Clifton

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    youngsoapfan
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    my predictions for supporting actress are:

     

     

    nancy lee grahn

    jane Elliott

    tracy Bregman

    kimberley Mccullough

    kelly sullivan

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    FreemanGriffin
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    I find it impossible to predict without knowing what the actors have actually submitted ): I love youngsoapfan’s list for Supporting Actress, which is exactly what I want the finalist list to be but I think the Delia story on Y&R is going to skew the results more towards Y&R ):

    For me, I just so want all 3 of Days actresses to be nominated for Lead Actress (Eileen, Ali & Ari); Greg Vaughan, Jane Elliot, Freddie Smith – they are  my MUST BE NOMINATED or I am going to be more than just disappointed! (:

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    eastwest
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    Taken from the pre-nom thread with some changes here and there since then. Not quite official, but this is how I feel things are as of now. Will have my official predix when the nominations announcement nears.

    DRAMA SERIES
    B&B
    DAYS
    Y&R
    Next in Line: GH, iAMC, iOLTL

    LEAD ACTRESS
    Eileen Davidson (Kristen, DAYS)
    Heather Tom (Katie, B&B)
    Jess Walton (Jill, Y&R)
    Maura West (Ava, GH)
    Next In Line: Arianne Zucker (Nicole, DAYS), Laura Wright (Carly, GH), Finola Hughes (Anna, GH), Alison Sweeney (Sami, DAYS), Jessica Collins (Avery, Y&R), Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke, B&B), Sharon Case (Sharon, Y&R), Kelly Monaco (Sam, GH)

    LEAD ACTOR
    Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R)
    Doug Davidson (Paul, Y&R)
    Christian LeBlanc (Michael, Y&R)
    Billy Miller (ex-Billy, Y&R)
    Next In Line: James Scott (EJ, DAYS), Jason Thompson (Patrick, GH), Roger Howarth (Franco, GH), Maurice Benard (Sonny, GH), Shawn Christian (Daniel, DAYS), John McCook (Eric, B&B)

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren, Y&R)
    Jane Elliot (Tracy, GH)
    Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis, GH)
    Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe, Y&R)
    Next In Line: Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea, Y&R), Cynthia Watros (ex-Kelly, Y&R), Amelia Heinle (Victoria, Y&R), Kimberly McCullough (ex-Robin, GH), Lisa LoCicero (Olivia, GH), Kelly Sullivan (ex-Connie, GH)

    SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Bradford Anderson (ex-Spinelli, GH)
    Blake Berris (Nick, DAYS)
    Steve Burton (Dylan, Y&R)
    Scott Clifton (Liam, B&B)
    Next In Line: Sean Blakemore (Shawn, GH), Greg Rikaart (Kevin, Y&R), Greg Vaughn (Eric, DAYS), William deVry (Julian, GH), Wally Kurth (Justin, DAYS), Darin Brooks (Wyatt, B&B), Eric Martsolf (Brady, DAYS), Dominic Zamprogna (Dante, GH), Robert Adamson (Noah, Y&R)

    YOUNGER ACTRESS
    Christel Khalil (Lily, Y&R)
    Hunter King (Summer, Y&R)
    Kim Matula (Hope, B&B)
    Kelley Missal (ex-Dani, iOLTL) 
    Next In Line: Kristen Alderson (Kiki, GH), Kate Mansi (Abby, DAYS), Camila Banus (Gabi, DAYS), Denyse Tontz (ex-Miranda, iAMC), Linsey Godfrey (Caroline, B&B), Ashlyn Pearce (Aly, B&B)

    YOUNGER ACTOR
    Max Ehrich (Fenmore, Y&R)
    Chandler Massey (ex-Will, DAYS)
    Daniel Polo (ex-Jamie, Y&R)
    Freddie Smith (Sonny, DAYS)
    Next In Line: Bryan Craig (Morgan, GH), Corbin Bleu (ex-Jeffrey, iOLTL), Casey Moss (JJ, DAYS), Eric Nelson (ex-AJ, iAMC), Chad Duell (Michael, GH), Adam Gregory (Thomas, B&B) 

    DIRECTING TEAM
    B&B
    GH
    Y&R
    Next in Line: DAYS, iAMC, iOLTL

    WRITING TEAM
    iAMC
    DAYS
    Y&R 
    Next in Line: B&B, GH, iOLTL

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    alokin
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    Good call, youngsoapfan, for starting this thread, though you may have jumped the gun just a bit! As FreemanGriffin rightly pointed out, we don’t know yet what episodes actors have submitted, which would prove helpful when forming our predictions. Then again, we might not ever find out, just as we were and still are in the dark about ALL of the male daytime actors who submitted themselves for consideration, and specifically in which category, during the pre-nom round.

    I’m really glad though you created this thread, youngsoapfan, b/c I feel like there still is some general confusion as to where we should all post our nominations predictions, as opposed to where to post on who we feel *deserves* a nom, which are essentially two different things. With the various threads FreemanGriffin started devoted to Rankings, some of us have been posting their predictions there on how we think the Academy will vote. That should actually be the purpose of this thread and everyone should post such predictions here. I think gdfl and DiMera already alluded to this when they posted their Rankings, but all those threads should solely be about our PERSONAL rankings, based on how we’d personally judge the strength of the cumulative work of all performers from last year. Of course, our personal rankings will often overlap with our predictions for who will land a nom, but I think it’s still important to make that distinction clear.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Does anyone know for certain if they are going to continue with only 4 nominees per acting category? Last year, there was a tie in the voting for Supporting Actress so there were 5 nominees in that category. This makes a huge difference!

    I have a gut feeling I am going to be terribly disappointed in the nominations this year. I’ve decided that as long as my #1 choices get nominated (Days for series, directing, and writing; Eileen Davidson, Greg Vaughan, Jane Elliot and Freddie Smith in their respective categories. I have less strong feelings in Lead Actor and Younger Actress this year). There are actors who I simply don’t like who have a chance at a nomination, because they are given flashy “Emmy bait” scenes (Maurice Benard and Heather Tom are the two who I really would like to see off the list this year). And also fears that Y&R could potentially get all the Lead Actor and/or Supporting Actress nominations, which would depress me no end (on the other hand, I would rejoice if all the nominees in the Supporting Actress category were from GH!)… I simply want Days to get the most acting nominations, but historically it’s Y&R that gets the most recognition ):

    Also, the “blue ribbon panels” can sometimes have conflict of interests, such as the year that Kim Zimmer (Reva, GL) was ont he panel that gave her on-screen son Tom Pelphrey one of his Emmys. I’m not saying that Tom Pelphrey wasn’t worthy of the Emmy (I would have voted for Van Hansis of ATWT that particular year, but TP was my second choice and a valid one) – it’s just that the composition of the panel is really important, since their respect (or lack of respect) for their own co-stars would influence their choices.

    I find I can’t predict because I don’t know what the actors submitted, and we might not know this information at all ):

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    youngsoapfan
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    #426052

    Sometimes I feel the emmy’s are more based on bloc voting/ popularity contest, which is why i made this thread, you don’t need to necessarily know who submitted what, The nominees i post here aren’t necessarly who i want to get nominated, but taking into consideration the kind of year they’ve had, past emmy consideration ( popularity ) is also what alot of nominations are based on, which is why blake berris, darin brooks, and greg vaughan i think will all be nominated, due to past emmy consideration, for example, and also they’re terrific actors.

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    EmmyLoser
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    That’s true, but I do think the voting has been better since the blue ribbon panels were reinstated.  There’s obviously still the possibility for bias, but it makes the whole block voting thing much less of an issue.  I do find knowing the reels very helpful.  Every once in a while, I’ll wonder how one reels got into a pack of nominees, but more often than not, I find watching the submissions explains how someone got their nomination rather than making you wonder how it happened.

    I don’t know how many nominees there will be, and I’m not sure if they base it on how many shows there are or how many prenomination entries they get.  Don’t the primetime Emmys have a formula that says something like the number of nominees will be no greater than one third the number of eligible entries plus one?  Something like that?  I don’t know.  If feels like a safe assumption to me that a categories where we know there were ample entries, like lead and supporting actress and probably even supporting actor, would warrant five nominees, whereas the other three categories, which may have had only ten entrants, may be reduced to four or possibly even three in the case of younger categories.  It feels so weird, though, that the “nominees” we get in May will actually just be the top four or five finishers, and it’ll actually just be the winner and the runners up.  We’ll be debating them as if the contest isn’t already decided, but it will be.

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    alokin
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    ^^^ Gosh, yes, great point! I keep forgetting that all final voting will already be over and winners technically chosen by the time nominations morning rolls around. That is so odd indeed, how this newer voting process is set up.
    And yeah, I feel like if there’s ever a year where at least five nominees would be warranted in the acting categories, it’s this year’s Emmys. Not just the lead and supporting categories, but I feel like the younger acting categories were also particularly strong (the only exception being perhaps younger actress, where I could live with there being just four nominees – Hunter King, Kim Matula, Kate Mansi, and either Camila Banus or Kelley Missal). In any case, I do hope the Daytime blue ribbon panel doesn’t follow such a restrictive formula as you’ve described happens w/the nominee selection process for the Primetime Emmys. It would be a real shame if it did, as this year really calls for a greater number of nominees.

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    Geez, there are seven actors in the younger actor category who I hope get nominations! Eric Nelsen, AMC; Chandler Massey, Casey Moss, Freddie Smith, Days; Bryan Craig, Chad Duell, GH; Daniel Polo, Y&R (forgot how good he was as Jamie way back in January/February 2013!) – Freddie, of course, is my #1!

    btw, still no word if it will be televised – the Emmys were not televised back in 1983 and 1984 – I hope there will be online clips of the daytime drama categories made available. I’ve been watching the acceptance speeches of certain winners on YouTube: Maura West (twice. 2006 & 2009), Judith Light (1981), Robin Strasser (1982) and Hillary B. Smith (1994) – it was so much fun, esp. when they would show clips of the actresses’ work. It brought back so many memories!

    btw, I just watched the 1979-80 episodes of The Edge Of Night featuring oscar-winner Kim Hunter as fading alcoholic actress Nola Madison – Nola is making a film, “Mansion Of The Damned”, in which she plays a 200 year old witch! She is the very BEST villainess I’ve ever seen on soaps, and she SO deserved to win the 1980 Emmy (she was a nominee)! (Judith Light won her first of two that year. Julia Barr, Leslie Charleson, Beverlee McKinsey (her fourth and final nomination), and Kathleen Noone were the other nominees. I ahve completely fallen in love with The Edge Of Night on  YouTube! Wish they had more episodes available!

    My gut intuition or feeling is that there will be only 4 nominees. I personally think there should be at least 5, and I would prefer 7 or 8 in most of the acting categories!

    I really hope Alison Sweeney gets a nomination – it’s insane she’s never been nominated over the past 21 years of service to the industry!

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    ^^^ I know, crazy, right? How could Alison Sweeney have been overlooked back in the 90’s for younger actress, especially the year of Sami’s bulimia storyline? Still to this day, a real head-scratcher for me. She did such admirable work there, including her scenes opposite Deidre Hall, that it feels kind of like a no-brainer now to have awarded her a nom at the very least.

    I don’t know why, but I have this strange feeling that she’s going to be passed over for a nom, yes – once again! If it’s any year where she’d truly deserve to finally get some recognition, it should rightfully be for her work this past year. All of her competition in lead actress though will be pretty hard to beat out for a nom. One scenario that I was thinking could happen is, just like that one year where we had seven (or was it eight?) lead actress nominees, vote-splitting might (hopefully) again allow for at least six nominees. I think we could see a similar scenario happen in supporting actress, since that category is likewise stacked with so many worthy contenders. I too wish we could have eight nominees in both those categories, considering all the talent.

    Your infectious enthusiasm, Freeman, for the Edge of Night has now inspired me to go to You-Tube to find those old clips.

     

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    41ST ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS – Nominations Predictions

    Outstanding Drama Series

    The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

    Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    General Hospital (ABC)

    The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

    Eileen Davidson as Kristen DiMera, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Alison Sweeney as Sami Brady, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Heather Tom as Katie Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

    Jess Walton as Jill Fenmore Abbott, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital (ABC)

    Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

    Peter Bergman as Jack Abbott, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Doug Davidson as Paul Williams, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Christian LeBlanc as Michael Baldwin, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Billy Miller as Billy Abbott, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    James Scott as EJ DiMera, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

    Tracey E. Bregman as Lauren Fenmore Baldwin, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Jane Elliot as Tracy Quartermaine, General Hospital (ABC)

    Nancy Lee Grahn as Alexis Davis, General Hospital (ABC)

    Elizabeth Hendrickson as Chloe Fisher, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Cynthia Watros as Kelly Andrews, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

    Bradford Anderson as Damian Spinelli, General Hospital (ABC)
    Blake Berris as Nick Fallon, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Steve Burton as Dylan McAvoy, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

    Greg Vaughan as Eric Brady, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series

    Christel Khalil as Lily Ashby, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Hunter King as Summer Newman, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Kate Mansi as Abby Horton Devereaux, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Kim Matula as Hope Logan, The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

    Outstanding Younger Actor In A Drama Series

    Bryan Craig as Morgan Corinthos, General Hospital (ABC)

    Chandler Massey as Will Horton, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Daniel Polo as Jamie Vernon, The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Freddie Smith as Sonny Kiriakis, Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

    The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

    Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    General Hospital (ABC)

    The Young and the Restless (CBS)

    Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

    The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

    Days of Our Lives (NBC)

    General Hospital (ABC)

    The Young and the Restless (CBS)

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    Great predictions east/west….I will post mine soon…still putting it together.

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    I think you all are underestimating Arianne Zucker’s extremely strong reel; I really believe she will be on the final ballot with Eileen, and I am so hoping Ali will make it too.

    I can’t do predictions without knowing exactly what reel each actor/actress, and show, submitted in each category ):

    The actors who I think have strong chances but I don’t want to see ont he final ballot are Maurice Benard and Peter Bergman for Best Actor; Heather Tom and Jess Walton (because she’s in the wrong category), Steve Burton (yikes! Do people reallyt hink they will waste a nomination on him?), Scott Clifton (big groan, he already has two Emmys, enough!), Robert Adamson (I like him, but he didn’t do anything Emmy-worthy); the trinity from Y&R: Melissa Claire Egan, Amelia Heinle and Elizabeth Hendrickson, and also Cynthia Watros, because she just didn’t have enough material in 2013; Adam Gregory (no material), Corbin Bleu, and Max Ehrich (only because he takes a slot away from someone else); Christel Khalil, Ashlyn Pearce, Hunter King, Kristen Alderson…. It’s not that some of these aren’t wonderful actors, but they take slots from my favorites! (;

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    I’ve been saying the same thing about not doing predictions without knowing submissions, but since it’s pretty clear we won’t know the submissions before the nominations come out anyway, I guess I’ll cave and put some together.  There are some interesting trends going.  But I agree with FreemanGriffin about Ari Zucker.  She’s been good at picking submissions in the past, and she’s been nominated before.  I have a very hard time seeing Ali Sweeney on the ballot before her, or I guess more accurately, place higher than her in the final voter tally.  Also, this is somewhat unrelated, but can someone recommend an episode or two of Maura West’s work as Ava to help me see what all the fuss is about?  I tried watching some episodes that were cited in our citations thread last year, and while West is always good, it didn’t seem like anything all that great and I didn’t really want to see more of it either.  Predictions to come . . .

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