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    ATWT Wins WGA Daytime Serial Award!

    Tuesday, February 13 2007

    ATWT Cast (CBS)
    On Sunday February 11, The Writers Guild of America announced CBS' As the World Turns the winner for best Daytime Serial! Headwriter Jean Passanante voiced, "We all know that writers are the toughest judges of each other's work, and so we are very gratified to know we must be doing something right!" Other As the World Turns writers also gratified by the news include Leah Laiman, Christopher Whitesell, Courtney Simon, Anna Cascio, Lisa Connor, Paula Cwikly, Hogan Sheffer, Judy Tate, Bettina Bradbury, Richard Culliton, Susan Dansby, Judy Donato, Josh Griffith, Elizabeth Page, Melissa Salmons, and Charlotte Gibson.

    As the World Turns submitted three episodes for consideration, and they were episode #12,760, episode #12,839 and episode #12,840. The breakdown writer for episode #12,760 was Lisa Connor, and the script writer was Judy Donato. For episode #12,839, the breakdown writer was Leah Laiman and script writer Susan Dansby. Finally, for episode 12,840 Judy Tate was the breakdown writer and Richard Culliton the script writer. Other soap operas that competed against As the World Turns were All My Children, The Young and the Restless and Guiding Light.

    (Credit - Writers Guild)
    Read our 2007 Writers Guild Awards for the the nomination list and the rest of the winners.

    Congratulations from! We're all looking forward to the many episodes to come.

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    Posted by Greenbayladi at Tuesday, February 13 2007 02:14 PM

    Congratulations to ATWT

    Posted by softball3332 at Tuesday, February 13 2007 02:17 PM

    Congratulations to them, but I still think these writers can do a way better job than what they have been doing and what's been airing.

    Posted by migichph at Wednesday, February 28 2007 12:40 PM

    Congratulations! I'm sorry, though, because now I must complain about the present state of writing. Chance after chance has been lost to surprise the viewer with a plot turn that would have added depth to story, and character. When the plot does turn, the writing is substandard. What's happening? Writer's block? Try thinking out of the box: maybe, for example, write as if the viewer was reading a good book. Each day a new chapter. I know that is the goal, but, at present, the writing is definitely missing the mark. migichph

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