Emmy-winning series The Bay headed to Peacock

Posted Wednesday, September 07, 2022 12:04:40 AM
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Like a long-running daytime drama series, the multiple award-winning soap star-studded drama series The Bay is moving to a new home: Peacock.

The Bay, the Daytime Emmy-winning series, is moving to Peacock. The multi-camera series is currently in production for an all-new season of drama, a season that will see the broadcast of the series' 100th episode.

In addition to its top-notch storytelling, The Bay is overflowing with familiar daytime faces. The new season features Mary Beth Evans (Kayla Brady, Days of our Lives), Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio, General Hospital), Eric Nelsen (ex-A.J. Chandler, All My Children), Mike Manning (Charlie Dale, DAYS), Jackie Zeman (Bobbie Spencer, GH), Alicia Leigh Willis (Courtney Matthews, GH), Matthew Ashford (Jack Deveraux, DAYS), and Brandon Beemer (Shawn-Douglas Brady, DAYS).

Guest stars appearing this season include Maxwell Caulfield, Stephen Schnetzer, McKenzie Westmore (Sheridan Crane, Passions), and Réal Andrews (Marcus Taggert, General Hospital).

Also guest-starring are Latin Grammy Winner Draco Rosa and Daytime Emmy winner Chiara D'Ambrosio (Slapface).

The series stars Kristos Andrews as Peter Garrett, who has won Daytime Emmys for his work in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2020. Andros will also reportedly play Adam Kenway, Peter's evil -- naturally -- twin brother.

The Bay debuted in 2010 on Blip.tv. Its sixth season aired on Popstar! TV before the series moved to Amazon Prime. It is created and directed by Gregori J. Martin. Wendy Riche serves as executive producer. Riche and Martin also serve as head writers.

Last month, NBC announced that Days of our Lives would be moving exclusively to Peacock beginning September 12.

International viewers are also able to check in with The Bay. It's seen on Channel 10 and Ten Play in Australia, and SABC in South Africa. The series is distributed internationally by GRB Entertainment.

News of The Bay's move to Peacock was first reported by Deadline.

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