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‘The Bay’ Continues The Emotional Journey With Chapter 14 Part 1


Brace yourselves as the #Bayhem continues with an all new chapter of the Emmy-nominated The Bay streaming today, Tuesday December 16th. The emotional journey continues with Chapter 14 Part 1 when residents of Bay City prepare to say goodbye to a beloved family member. Special guests stars making their debut in the 25 minute episode include primetime and daytime stars Lindsay Hartley (Queens of Drama), Kiko Ellsworth (Port Charles) and Karrueche Tran (106 & Park). Gavin Houston (The Have and Have Nots) returns in the role of Tony Foster as Sandra Dee Robinson (Another World) reprises her role as Christine Nelson.

Avery Garrett (Alicia Leigh Willis) comforts her grieving Aunt Sara (Mary Beth Evans) before Lex Martin (Tristan Rogers) arrives to offer his own. Peter Garrett (Kristos Andrews) struggles with bittersweet memories with his cousin Daniel (Eric Nelsen) before unexpected news arrives. Dr. Keith Campbell (Real Andrews) delivers life-changing news to emotionally distraught parents John Blackwell (Ronn Moss) and Katherine Blackwell (Judi Evans). A bruised but anxious Steve Jensen (Matthew Ashford) signs the dotted line with the cunning Jo Conners (Kira Reed Lorsch). At the funeral home, Sara is greeted by her father Mayor Jack Madison (Nicolas Coster). Will Campbell (Derrell Whitt) misses an unexpected but long awaited call from a past love. Lianna Ramos’ (Jade Harlow) joy turns to grief when she’s blindsided by shocking news from Matthew Johnson (Thor Knai).

Watch after the jump when Chapter 14 Part 1 of The Bay streams on Blip.TV at:  Written & Directed by Gregori J. Martin. Use the hashtags #Bayhem #TheBay and follow the series on Twitter and Instagram at @TheBaytheSeries.

Previous chapters of THE BAY, including Chapter 13 Part 4, can be viewed at:

Jenn Bishop
Jenn Bishop was TVSource Magazine's Soap Editor. She's a thirty-something fan girl of soapy television and anything involving Joss Whedon. She began sharing her views on daytime soaps in 2012 with her blog Save Our Suds. A former philosophy major, she loves discussing different view points with fellow TV addicts and aficionados. When not watching television, she enjoys art, live music, exploring the Midwest food scene, and drinking too many lattes. Follow her on Twitter at @SourceJenn.

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