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Deidre Hall snubs 'unfair' Daytime Emmys

November 9, 2007 |  7:15 am


"It's not that I haven’t been nominated" for an Emmy, notes Deidre Hall of "Days of Our Lives," but "I've kept myself out of the race for years" because "it's such an energy black hole." Plus an unfair voting process, she tells Nelson Branco of TV Guide Canada.

Hall believes that "Days" is "always tragically overlooked on Emmy nomination day because it's a numbers game. And I want the audience to know that we're slighted on Emmy day because the Academy is compromised of actors on each show, and actors on each soap vote for their network — and now NBC only has one soap opera, 'Days,' so we don't have a chance. Networks with four soaps are going to dominate — end of story. It’s not going to happen for us. I refuse to waste my energy hoping that some kind of miracle happens. I’d rather move on with life than chasing some impossible dream." READ MORE