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Emmy-Winning Drama ‘The Bay’ Returns In December

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The #Bayhem continues when the Emmy-winning drama series The Bay returns in December with eight all new episodes. With the ever growing number of viewers, LANY Entertainment will be treating its fans to two new back-toback episodes on Tuesday, December 1st with a third new episode airing on Thursday, December 3rd. Additional new episodes will be released every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the month of December for the following dates: December 8th, 10th, 15th, and 17th, with the season finale episode airing Tuesday, December 22nd.

Viewers were got a sneak peel at what’s ahead in October when The Bay released the promo for its upcoming season. Now facing murder charges, Bay City matriarch Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans, Days of our Lives) finds herself behind bars. In an attempt to secure Sara’s freedom, youngest son Pete Garrett (X Games champion Kristos Andrews) is willing to take the plunge with his former lover Vivian Johnson (model and actress Karrueche Tran) while the sultry Janice Ramos (Lilly Melgar, General Hospital) deals with the aftermath of a brutal rape as well as the rage of her betrayed daughter Lianna Ramos (Jade Harlow, Zoo). An angry John Blackwell (Ronn Moss, The Bold and the Beautiful) is about to pull the trigger as the conniving Steve Jensen (Matthew Ashford, Days of our Lives) plots to take over the Garrett empire! Special guest stars in the new season include Thomas Calabro (Melrose Place), Heather Langenkamp (Nightmare on Elm Street), and Kym Whitley (Young and Hungry) as “Big Candi”.

The new episode release dates and information regarding distribution platforms can be found on The Bay’s official website at www.thebaytheseries.comThe Bay is written and directed by Gregori J. Martin.

Follow The Bay at @TheBaytheSeries on Twitter & Instagram and use hashtags #TheBayDec1 #Bayhem.

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