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Predictions: Who'll reap Daytime Emmy nominations

May 13, 2009 | 12:47 pm

Now that the soap bubble has burst for "Guiding Light" on CBS, it won't be nominated for best drama series when the Daytime Emmy bids are released on Thursday, according to Nelson Branco of TV Guide Canada. He believes that contest will consist of four of these five contenders: "All My Children," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "General Hospital," "One Life to Live" and "The Young and the Restless."

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Ideally, Katherine Kelly Lang ("The Bold and the Beautiful") and Judith Chapman ("General Hospital") should be nommed at the Daytime Emmys  for best actress, but Nelson believes they'll be skunked by five of these seven gals: Debbi Morgan ("All My Children"), Maura West ("As the World Turns"), Elizabeth Hubbard ("One Life to Live"), Susan Flannery ("The Bold and the Beautiful"), Kim Zimmer ("Guiding Light"), Susan Haskell ("One Life to Live") and Jeanne Cooper ("The Young and the Restless").

Nominees in some major Daytime Emmy categories will be unveiled during the fourth hour of the "Today" show on NBC (9-10 a.m. EST). The rest will be trumpeted at 6 p.m. during a party at the Hearst Tower in New York City, hosted by "Guiding Light" stars Robert Newman and Kim Zimmer plus the casts of "Sesame Street" and "The Muppets." See more of Nelson's predix here. Check out the predictions of our forum posters here.

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Bradford Anderson for the win!!!

this is a weak post. If the title of the post/article is predicting the nominees, then predict who will be nominate. Take a guess ... do something. This post/ article was amybe 20% done - where are the predicts for Best Actor/Actress or Supporting??? Make the post/article worth my time to read.

GH wins when they have a big splashy sweeps/Emmy's stunt, which they didn't last year. 2 years ago they didn't either and were not even nominated.

General Hospital usually wins best drama. RIP Guiding Light. I watched GH for 20 years when Gloria Monty ruled. But now it's just rubbish. And I"ve met some of the actors, they need to be fired off the show. MB for sure.

If Susan Haskell is nominated she'll probably win. Her episodes when her character found out Todd was her rapist were amazing.

Nominations are announced on Thursday

It's Thursday not Friday. Be prepared Tomorrow!


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