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Friday, April 7, 2017

HUFFINGTON POST: “The Bay, The Series” wins Best Drama Series at 8th annual Indie Series Awards!

“The Bay, The Series” continued its winning streak last night at the 8th Annual Indie Series Awards (ISA8), where it won the prestigious and highly coveted “Best Drama Series” Award.

Executive Producers Gregori J. Martin, Wendy Riche, and Kristos Andrews accepted the award for “Best Drama Series” at that star studded awards ceremony in Burbank, California.

Read the entire HUFFINGTON POST article HERE. 

Thursday, April 6, 2017

INDIE SERIES AWARD: 8th Annual Indie Series Awards Winners

The winners of the 8th Annual Indie Series Awards were announced on Wednesday, April 5 at The Colony Theatre. The Bay took home five awards, including Best Web Series – Drama, while Fame Dogs was named Best Web Series – Comedy. The ceremony was hosted by EastSiders producers and stars John Halbach and Kit Williamson.

Read the entire INDIE SERIES AWARD article HERE.

BLACK AMERICA WEB: Kym Whitley Lands Daytime Emmy Nomination For ‘The Bay’

Congratulations to comedian and actress Kym Whitley who landed a Daytime Emmy nomination for her role on the web-based series The Bay.

Whitley picked up the nod for “Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series” for her role as Big Candi.

Read the entire BLACK AMERICA WEB article HERE.

Monday, April 3, 2017

SOAP CENTRAL: Digital Series Emmy nominees feature familiar soap faces

The Daytime Emmys expanded the number of categories devoted to digital drama series. We chatted with the nominated stars to learn more about the series they star in and to get their reactions to landing Emmy nominations.

It probably isn't too much of an overstatement to say that when the Daytime Emmy nominations are announced each year, the bulk of our readers are mostly -- if not only -- interested in the nominations in the daytime drama categories. That isn't to say that the nominees for talk shows, game shows, cooking shows, court shows, and the countless other daytime programming options are any less important. For whatever reason, most other genres fail to elicit the fervent support that soaps do.

Read the entire SOAP CENTRAL article with quotes HERE.