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November 9, 2020 at 5:27 pm #1203825420
Heartbroken over the loss of Alex Trebek. His profound legacy lives on in the hearts of the millions he touched with his kindness and unrelenting courage, a true warrior of light in even the darkest of times. He will be dearly missed.October 12, 2020 at 5:20 pm #1203773883
Exciting news! Courtney Hope to soon debut on Y&R as (drumroll please…) Sally Spectra!!September 29, 2020 at 1:01 am #1203740770
Yes, that was a really brave performance JMW gave in Friday’s 9/25 episode (which was fabulously written and directed too, so kudos once again to Tracey Ann Kelly and Cindy Popp). I admire how Jacquie was able to convey a wide spectrum of Steffy’s emotions (pain, anger, confusion, fear, loneliness) all against the backdrop of Steffy’s general lack of awareness (due to the lingering effects of the painkillers) about the direness of her current situation. And I agree, Thorsten Kaye (and Scott Clifton) matched Jacquie in the strength of their performances, so this episode would play nicely as part of their future Emmy reels as well.September 29, 2020 at 12:45 am #1203740760
It would be awesome to see Drake back in the Emmys conversation this year, if only to make up for that unfortunate snub a few years back where his wonderful work surrounding Marlena’s DNR storyline was overlooked. I’m sure Drake will have more great scenes to come in the following weeks, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed!September 28, 2020 at 5:22 pm #1203740085
^^^ LOL! The same thought was running through my mind… they cut so much apple away that it was enough to make a whole extra pie!
Anyways, kudos to Drake Hogestyn who has been so stellar in his very realistic portrayal of John’s subtle behavioral changes and sudden mood swings post aneurysm surgery. Too often his talents get overlooked, but Drake’s scenes the last few weeks reminded me once again of what a truly gifted actor he is.September 14, 2020 at 4:12 pm #1203706390
^^^ Laura Wright and Maurice Benard were wonderful in this episode as well. I’d definitely also add a writing citation for the imaginative script and moving dialogue (a marvelous job once again by Anna Theresa Cascio, along with Kate Hall and Elizabeth Korte), and Denise Van Cleave did some nice directing work here too.September 9, 2020 at 5:25 pm #1203696292
Beyond thrilled over these recent cast announcements: Tamara Braun and Casey Moss returning to DAYS!
Also, for anyone who missed last week’s Soap Opera Digest podcast with DAYS Executive Producer (and music genius!) Ken Corday, I highly recommend it. It’s a fascinating listen and will certainly leave you feeling as optimistic as it left me about the future of DAYS.September 9, 2020 at 4:59 pm #1203696270
News about this upcoming season just keeps on getting better and better! As much as I would’ve loved to see Julianne Hough return as judge (she always brought so much light and wisdom to the table), Derek will make a wonderful addition and bring his own unique energy to the panel!