All My Children
THE 37th ANNUAL DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS
soapcentral.com panelists predict the Emmy winners: Tony S
Posted Sunday, June 06, 2010 12:18:50 AM
One half of the DAYS Two Scoops dynamic duo, Tony returns this year with high hopes the third time will be a charm. Last year, he not only guessed the correct number of jellybeans in the jar, but he also managed to predict the highest number of Emmy winners. Will he do it again? Cue the organ music and stayed tuned to find out!
2009: 4 for 8
: 1 for 8
OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES
I felt like I needed a dry erase board and an unlimited number of mochas to solve the equation of which show will win the big award. AMC cranked out a classic whodunit. On The Bold and the Beautiful, there was a tender storyline in which Susan Flannery, that mom from The Wonder Years
, AND Betty White -- YES, Betty White! -- shared the screen. How can you deny that? Ah, not so fast, GH went big with a combination of theatrics and a location shoot to propel several storylines in noteworthy directions. But then there's The Young and the Restless
, which is not only due for a win, but also pulled out some sensational soap storytelling.
So, my official prediction? All My Children. Trust me, I'm just as shocked as anyone that I picked it. I mean, ouch, a lot of last year wasn't pretty in Pine Valley, but I think they selected just the right episode to submit for consideration. I mean, it worked -- it was picked -- it made it to the final four! Therefore, I won't be THAT shocked if this wild card ends up being part of the winning hand come Emmy night.
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR