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September 03, 2009

Soap Blog Coalition


Michael E Knight has announced that he is willing to move to AMC's new production facility on the west coast. Meanwhile Charles Pratt has indicated that 22 year vet Walt Willey's character, Jackson, has been "retired". With that in mind fans are answering the question - Is it time Tad was "retired" as a character? Join the conversation. (AMC Superposter)

Daytime Confidential’s Jamey Giddens reports live from the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Listen as he shares behind-the-scenes scoops, being on TV, red carpet tidbits and his experiences in the Emmy Award press room. (Daytime Confidential)

DAYS Lauren Koslow was Michael Fairman's Fashion Correspondent on the Red Carpet of the Daytime Emmys. Find out who had Emmy Style and who didn't, in her fashion review! (Michael Fairman Soaps)

This years Daytime Emmys were an all time ratings low. Is this the end of televising the Emmys? Check out this weeks commentary and then share your thoughts! (Pine Valley Bulletin)

Daytime Emmy's fashion! We were in the front row for the red carpet show. Come check out our library of photos. (Scrubs Hub)

The 2009 Daytime Emmy Awards were...well, they were something else. The Serial Drama girls present their own awards to this year's Emmy broadcast. (Serial Drama)

Is there such a thing as a 'work ethic' on the soaps? For a select few, there certainly is. Nurse Lillian Raines from Springfield comes to mind immediately and--as stupid as this sounds--if you watch General Hospital, Kate Howard is married, devoted and attached to her job like Velcro. (Soap Opera Examiner)

Did you see the dramatic Daytime Gives Back segment during the Emmys? With emotions running high, stars shared their experiences in Kenya. (Wubs)