CBS is highlighting Emmy-winning performances on The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful in anticipation for their broadcast of this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony on Friday, June 26.
The Bold and the Beautiful will be showcasing the Emmy-winning episodes for Scott Clifton (Liam Spencer), Rome Flynn (Zende Forrester), Susan Flannery (Stephanie Forrester), Heather Tom (Katie Logan), and Jacqueline MacInnes Wood. Clifton holds the record for an Emmy-winning hattrick as he’s the only actor to have won in all three performer categories. Tom is holds the record for being the only actress to have won in all three performer categories (she received Younger while at Y&R).
B&B cast members nominated this year include Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke; Lead Actress in a Drama Series), Heather Tom (Katie; Lead Actress in a Drama Series), Thorsten Kaye (Ridge; Lead Actor in a Drama Series), and Annika Noelle (Hope; Supporting Actress in a Drama Series). The soap is also up for Outstanding Drama Series, Writing Team and Directing Team. Click here for all the nominees.
Monday (June 22)
Liam (Scott Clifton) is unhappy to learn that publishing magnate Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) is the father he never knew. Hope (then Kim Matula) and Katie (Heather Thom) attempt to smooth things over between father and son. Stephanie (Susan Flannery) and Ridge (then Ron Moss) are happy to learn that Thorne (then Winsor Harmon) is not Liam’s biological father. Original airdate: September 1, 2010. Scott Clifton won the Outstanding Younger Actor Emmy.
Tuesday (June 23)
Zende (Rome Flynn) confronts his father-in-law Julius Avant (Obba Babatundé) over his bigotry and poor treatment of his transgender daughter Maya (Karla Mosley) who is adopting her sister Nicole’s (Reign Edwards) biological daughter, Lizzy. Realizing that Julius is behind Nicole having second thoughts about signing Lizzy’s adoption papers, Zende convinces his wife to do what is right by reminding her that she went into the pregnancy as a willing surrogate for her sister. Original airdate: June 22, 2017. Rome Flynn won the Outstanding Younger Actor Emmy.
Wednesday (June 24)
Stephanie schools a mortified Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) on how she will present herself to the media gathered at a Forrester Creations press conference after learning that Brooke is pregnant with Deacon’s (Sean Kanan) child who also happens to be her daughter Bridget’s (then Jennifer Finnegan) husband. Original airdate: May 13, 2002. Susan Flannery won the Outstanding Lead Actress Emmy – her third for B&B and fourth overall.
Thursday (June 25)
After hearing from Taylor (Hunter Tylo) that Bill and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInness Wood) are having an affair of the heart, Katie suffers a heart attack. As Brooke barges in on Steffy’s parents, Taylor and Ridge (Moss) to demand they put a stop to Steffy’s plans, a very ill Katie sneaks out of her ICU room to tell Steffy that she will not destroy her marriage. Original airdate: August 5, 2011. Heather Tom won her first Lead Actress Emmy for this performance. Her previous wins for B&B include Supporting Actress and an additional Lead Actress.
Friday (June 26)
Confused and upset, Liam demands answers from Steffy about why she needs to take a paternity test when the baby is his. In a heart wrenching moment, Steffy pleads with Liam not to leave her after he realizes that she slept with his father, Bill. Original airdate: January 2, 2018. Canadian actress scored her first Emmy (Lead Actress) at the 2019 Daytime Emmy Awards.
Don’t Miss: The nominations for this year’s Daytime Emmy nominations have been announced! Check them out here.
The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CTV2 and CBS. Canadians can watch online at CTV.ca and stream on Crave.