The Bay (web series)

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The Bay
The Bay TV title.png
Created byGregori J. Martin
Written byGregori J. Martin
Directed byGregori J. Martin
Kristos Andrews
Starring
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes42
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Gregori J. Martin (Season 1–)
  • Kristos Andrews (Season 1–)
  • Wendy Riche (Season 2–)
Producer(s)
  • Anthony Aquilino (co-executive)
  • Michael W. Ferro, Jr. (co-executive)
  • Carol C. Hedgepeth (co-executive)
  • Nadine Aronson (senior)
  • Jared Safier (supervising)
  • Matthew Ashford
  • Devin Devasquez
  • Mary Beth Evans
  • Celeste Fianna
  • Nanxi Liu
  • Kira Reed Lorsch
  • Pras Michel
  • Ronn Moss
  • Eric Nelsen
  • Sainty Nelsen
  • Karrueche Tran
  • Meadow Williams
  • Chrystal Ayers (line)
CinematographyMatthias Schubert
Running time20-30 minutes
Production company(s)LANY Entertainment
Release
Original networkBlip.tv (2010–2015)
Amazon Video (2016–present)
Original releaseSeptember 15, 2010 (2010-09-15) –
present
External links
Website

The Bay (a.k.a. The Bay The Series) is a digital drama series that premiered on September 15, 2010 at Blip.tv and later moved to Amazon Prime. Starring Mary Beth Evans as wealthy socialite Sara Garrett and Kristos Andrews as her youngest "golden boy" son Pete Garrett, the series was created by Gregori J. Martin. It is set in the posh seaside town of Bay City, where the privileged residents are entangled in one scandal, betrayal or love affair after the other.

The Bay was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2012 for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime, won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series in 2015, and a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Plot[edit]

Sara Garrett rules the social set of Bay City, where passions run high and every relationship is complicated.

Cast[edit]

Series regulars[edit]

Guest cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season Chapters Chapter
Episodes
Total
Episodes
Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 1–4
5 (Far From The Bay)
16
8
24 September 15, 2010 (2010-09-15) August 11, 2011 (2011-08-11)
2 6–7
HoliBays
8–9
10 (Darkside of The Bay)
8
8
8
5
29 October 27, 2011 (2011-10-27) September 6, 2012 (2012-09-06)
3 11–14 16 16 December 5, 2013 (2013-12-05) December 30, 2014 (2014-12-30)
4 15–16 8 8 December 1, 2015 (2015-12-01) December 22, 2015 (2015-12-22)

Casting[edit]

Created by Martin, The Bay was announced in May 2010, with Tristan Rogers, Lilly Melgar, John Callahan and Sandra Robinson attached to star.[19] Days later, We Love Soaps reported that Mary Beth Evans had been cast as the lead, Sara Garrett.[20] Matthew Ashford was added in July as Steve Jensen, Sara's rapist and the father of her eldest child, Brian.[21] By August 2010, Dylan Bruce had been cast as Brian, and Martha Madison as Sara's daughter Marly.[2] Around the same time, Rogers' character was identified as Police Commissioner Lex Martin, who shares a past with Sara, and Melgar was noted to be playing Janice Ramos, Sara's fiery nemesis.[2]

From the beginning, the series has featured many notable American soap opera actors in its regular and guest cast.[22] In 2011, Evans and her character Sara made a crossover appearance on the web series Pretty.[23]

Production and broadcast[edit]

Martin executive produces with Kristos Andrews, who also stars as Sara's son, Pete Garrett.[24]

Premiering at Blip.tv on September 15, 2010,[2][22][25] the first season included four "chapters" of four episodes each,[26] as well as an eight-episode Summer Special 2011 called Far From The Bay.[27][28] In February 2011, Jim Romanovich of Associated Television International announced plans to repackage the series into 30-minute episodes and pitch it to cable networks and key local TV stations.[22]

Season 2 premiered on October 27, 2011,[4][29] again comprising 16 episodes in four chapters,[30] as well as an eight-episode Thanksgiving Special called HoliBays,[31][32] and a five-episode Summer Special 2012 called Darkside of The Bay.[33][34] In August 2013, Blip.tv was acquired by Maker Studios.[35]

Season 3 premiered on December 5, 2013.[36] Maker Studios shut down Blip.tv on August 20, 2015 and redirected it to Maker.tv.[37]

In September 2015, Martin announced eight new installments for a forthcoming season 4.[38] The fourth season premiered on Vimeo on December 1, 2015 with the eighth episode airing on December 22.[39] Production resumed in May 2016 on the final six episodes of the season.[40] The Bay is available for streaming in a limited capacity at thebaytheseries.com.

Amazon Prime[edit]

In April 2015, Soap Opera Digest reported that episodes of The Bay would be re-released on Amazon Prime in summer 2016 as two 14-episode seasons.[40] According to Martin, they will be "remastered episodes with never before seen footage, [and] the show will have a new starting point".[40] A 14-episode first season was made available for streaming starting September 6, 2016.[41] A second season of 14 digitally remastered episodes including "brand-new, never-before-seen episodes" was released on November 29, 2016.[42][43] Wendy Riche joined the production as a writer for the Amazon season 2, becoming an executive producer for the second half of the season.[42][43] A third season is in production with Martin, Andrews, and Riche as executive producers and set for release in spring 2017.[42][43]

Reception[edit]

In December 2010, Martin was named by We Love Soaps as one of the 15 Most Fascinating People of 2010 for his work on the series.[44] Michael Logan of TV Guide noted The Bay's "terrific reviews" in 2011.[22] Writing for Entertainment Weekly, Alina Adams named the series one of the "4 best soap operas on the web" in 2015.[45]

Awards and recognition[edit]

The Bay won a 2015 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series.[24] Along with Martin and Andrews as executive producers, the winning team included Supervising Producer Nadine Aronson, Coordinating Producer Carol C. Hedgepeth and producers Anthony Aquilino, Braxton Davis, Devin DeVasquez, Mary Beth Evans, Celeste Fianna, Jade Harlow, Lilly Melgar, Ronn Moss, Eric Nelsen, Sainty Nelsen, Jared Safier, Derrell Whitt, Salvatore V. Zannino[24] The series was previously nominated in 2012 for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime.[46]

In 2016, The Bay received a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series.[47][48] Mary Beth Evans, Lilly Melgar and Patsy Pease were nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series for their roles, and Kristos Andrews was nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series.[47][48] The Bay won for Outstanding Digital Series, and Evans and Andrews won in the performer categories.[49] The Bay was nominated for Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series again in 2017, with Evans and Melgar nominated in the renamed category Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series and Andrews nominated in the renamed Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series.[50] Carolyn Hennesy, Jade Harlow, and Kym Whitley were nominated in the newly created category Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series, and Nicolas Coster, Matthew Ashford, and Ronn Moss were nominated in the newly created category Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series.[50] The Bay won Outstanding Digital Series, and swept the performer categories with wins for Evans, Andrews, Hennesy, and Coster.[51] The series earned 15 nominations in 2018,[52] winning Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series,[53] and Outstanding Directing in a Digital Drama Series, as well as performer Emmys for Andrews (Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Drama Series), Harlow (Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series), Eric Nelsen (Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series), and Patrika Darbo (Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Daytime Drama Series).[54] Darbo's award was later revoked due to a submission error.[55]

To date, the series has won 11 Indie Series Awards,[56][57][58] and has been nominated for several more.[59][60][61][62][63] In 2017, the series earned a record 21 Indie Series Award nominations.[64]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 2nd Indie Soap Awards Outstanding Directing Gregori J. Martin Won [56]
Fan's Choice Award Won
Outstanding Lead Actor Camden Toy Nominated [59]
Outstanding Ensemble Nominated
Best Storyline "Igor's revenge" Nominated
2012 39th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime Gregori J. Martin, Kristos Andrews and Derrell Whitt Nominated [46]
3rd Indie Soap Awards Best Crossover Michael O'Leary (The Bay & Steamboat) Won [56]
Mary Beth Evans (Pretty & The Bay) Nominated [60]
Fan's Choice Award Won [56]
Best Directing – Drama Gregori J. Martin Nominated [60]
Best Supporting Actor – Drama Nicolas Coster Nominated
Derrell Whitt Nominated
Best Ensemble – Drama Nominated
Best Guest Appearance – Drama Anna Holbrook Nominated
Ilene Kristen Nominated
Best Breakout Performance Kristos Andrews Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthias Schubert, Gareth Taylor and Andre Lomov Nominated
2014 5th Indie Series Awards Best Ensemble – Drama Nominated [61]
Best Makeup Eric Kirker, Renonda Bray, Dre Lamparello and Anna Habrat Nominated
2015 42nd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series Gregori J. Martin, Kristos Andrews, Nadine Aronson, Carol C. Hedgepeth, Anthony Aquilino, Braxton Davis, Devin DeVasquez, Mary Beth Evans, Celeste Fianna, Jade Harlow, Lilly Melgar, Ronn Moss, Eric Nelsen, Sainty Nelsen, Jared Safier, Derrell Whitt and Salvatore V. Zannino Won [24]
6th Indie Series Awards Best Lead Actress – Drama Lilly Melgar Nominated [62]
Best Guest Actor – Drama Charles Shaughnessy Nominated
Best Guest Actress – Drama Patrika Darbo Nominated
Best Makeup Ren Bray Nominated
2016 43rd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series Kristos Andrews, Gregori J. Martin, Anthony Aquilino, Michael W. Ferro, Jr., Jared Safier, Carol C. Hedgepeth, Matthew Ashford, Devin DeVasquez, Mary Beth Evans, Celeste Fianna, Jade Harlow, Lilly Melgar, Ronn Moss, Kira Reed Lorsch, Karrueche Tran, Salvatore Zannino, and Chrystal Ayers Won [49]
Outstanding Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Mary Beth Evans Won
Lilly Melgar Nominated [47]
Patsy Pease Nominated
Outstanding Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Kristos Andrews Won [49]
7th Indie Series Awards Best Lead Actress – Drama Lilly Melgar Won [57]
Best Guest Actress – Drama Kym Whitley Won
Best Web Series – Drama Nominated [63]
Best Directing – Drama Gregori J. Martin Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Drama Tristan Rogers Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Drama Karrueche Tran Nominated
Best Guest Actor – Drama Eric Martsolf Nominated
Best Guest Actress – Drama Patsy Pease Nominated
Best Ensemble – Drama Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthias Schubert Nominated
Best Makeup Ren Bray Nominated
2017 44th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series Gregori J. Martin, Wendy Riche, Kristos Andrews, Anthony Aquillino, Michael W. Ferro Jr., Carol C. Hedgepeth, Nadine Aronson, Jared Safier, Matthew Ashford, Devin Devasquez, Mary Beth Evans, Celeste Fianna, Kira Reed Lorsch, Ronn Moss, Eric Nelsen, Sainty Nelsen, Karrueche Tran, Meadow Williams, Chrystal Ayers Won [51]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Mary Beth Evans Won [51]
Lilly Melgar Nominated [50]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Kristos Andrews Won [51]
Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Carolyn Hennesy Won [51]
Jade Harlow Nominated [50]
Kym Whitley Nominated
Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Nicolas Coster Won [51]
Matthew Ashford Nominated [50]
Ronn Moss Nominated
8th Indie Series Awards Best Web Series — Drama Won [58]
Best Guest Actress — Drama Carolyn Hennesy Won
Best Ensemble — Drama Won
Best Production Design Sarah Asaly Won
Best Makeup Ren Bray Won
Best Directing — Drama Gregori J. Martin Nominated [64]
Best Writing — Drama Gregori J. Martin & Wendy Riche Nominated
Best Lead Actor — Drama Kristos Andrews Nominated
Best Lead Actress — Drama Mary Beth Evans Nominated
Lilly Melgar Nominated
Best Supporting Actor — Drama Matthew Ashford Nominated
Nicolas Coster Nominated
Best Supporting Actress — Drama Jade Harlow Nominated
Karrueche Tran Nominated
Best Guest Actor — Drama Brandon Beemer Nominated
Kevin Spirtas Nominated
Best Guest Actress — Drama Patrika Darbo Nominated
Kym Whitley Nominated
Best Costume Design Marquita Lopez Nominated
Best Editing Jeremy Snider & Tiffany Petitt Nominated
Best Cinematography Matthias Schubert Nominated
2018 45th Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series Won [53]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Mary Beth Evans Nominated [52]
Lilly Melgar Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Kristos Andrews Won [54]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Jade Harlow Won
Terri Ivens Nominated [52]
Kira Reed Lorsch Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Brandon Beemer Nominated [52]
Eric Nelsen Won [54]
Derrell Whitt Nominated [52]
Outstanding Guest Performer in a Digital Daytime Drama Series Thomas Calabro Nominated [52]
Patrika Darbo Revoked [55]
Chad Duell Nominated [52]
Outstanding Writing in a Digital Drama Series Nominated [52]
Outstanding Directing in a Digital Drama Series Gregori Martin Won [54]

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