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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

HUFFINGTON POST: Holiday family film “A Second Chance” underway in Los Angeles, California

A Second Chance: In a modern-day adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, spoiled pop star, Chance Love (Brittany Underwood, The Bay, The Series, Amazon, One Life To Live), is forced to confront who she is, who she once was and the dismal fate that awaits her after trading love for fame and fortune long ago. These fateful glimpses into her life are guided by modern twists on the spirits of Christmas past (Jim O’Heir Parks and Recreation, Emmy® Winner Bold and Beautiful), present (Christopher Mark Lawrence Chuck, Pitch) and future (Vivica A. Fox, Empire, Independence Day). Heartthrob and leading man five-time Emmy® winner Kristos Andrews (The Bay, The Series, Amazon, and This Just In, PopTV) is Brian, Chance Love’s faithful assistant, who may be his bosses saving grace.

Read the entire HUFFINGTON POST article HERE.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

DAYTIME CONFIDENTIAL: The Bay Sweeps Daytime Emmy Digital Drama Categories

SoCal-set soap cleans up at Daytime Emmys

Gregori Martin has to be one happy showrunner this Daytime Emmy weekend. The Bay swept all five Digital Drama Series categories at the 44th Annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Read the entire DAYTIME CONFIDENTIAL article HERE.

Monday, May 1, 2017

HUTCHINS PHOTO: The Bay Emmys 2017

View all 91 HUTCHINS PHOTO images featuring THE BAY cast and producers HERE.

HOLLYWOOD ALERT: Actor & Producer Kristos Andrews Sets Emmy®Record 5 Wins at 26!

Actor and Producer Kristos Andrews (“The Bay, The Series”, Amazon and “This Just In”, PopTV) set an Emmy® record and made the history books Friday night at the 44th annual Daytime Emmy® Creative Arts Awards becoming the youngest person ever to win 5 Emmy® Awards by the age of 26. Kristos turns 27, later this year.

Read the entire HOLLYWOOD ALERT article HERE. 

HOLLYWOOD ALERT: The Bay, The Series Makes History, Sets Daytime Emmy®Record! Complete Sweep!

The Bay, The Series made Daytime Emmy® history tonight going five (5) for five (5) at the 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards Creative Art Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles. This is the first time that a single series has won all five (5) of the Digital Drama Series Categories in the same night.

The Bay, The Series had a total of 10 nominations going into the night as the critically acclaimed hit series had multiple acting nominations in several categories. This is the first time Amazon has had a series sweep all Emmy® categories in which they were nominated!

Read the entire HOLLYWOOD ALERT article HERE

THE WRAP: Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Winners

Amazon led all networks with 13 wins, followed by Netflix with 11, CBS and PBS with 9 and NBC with 8.

Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series: “The Bay The Series”
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series: Kristos Andrews, “The Bay the Series”
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series: Marybeth Evans, “The Bay the Series”
Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series: Nicolas Coster, “The Bay the Series”
Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series: Carolyn Hennesy, “The Bay the Series”

Read the entire THE WRAP article and the list of winners HERE.

SOAP CENTRAL: .The 44th Annual Creative Arts and Entertainment Daytime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in technical achievement, were handed out on Friday, April 28.

This year, in addition to the Outstanding Digital Series category, there were four acting categories for digital series: Lead Actor, Lead Actress, Supporting Actor, and Supporting Actress. All five categories were swept by The Bay -- with at least three of the winners being well known to soap fans. Mary Beth Evans (Kayla Brady, Days of our Lives) won her second consecutive Lead Actress in a Digital Series award. Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller, General Hospital) picked up a win for Supporting Actress, and Nicholas Coster, who is known for a plethora of soap opera roles and who was nominated for four Daytime Emmys for his work on Santa Barbara, won his very first Daytime Emmy in the Supporting Actor in a Digital Series category. Kristos Andrews earned back-to-back wins in the Lead Actor category.

Read the entire SOAP CENTRAL article HERE.