Entertainment: Santa Barbara
|born on||30 July 1984 at 15:00 (= 3:00 PM )|
|Place||New York, New York, 40n43, 74w00|
|Timezone||EDT h4w (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||07°46' 09°38 Asc. 24°45'|
American television soap opera that aired on NBC from 30 July 1984 to 15 January 1993. The show revolves around the eventful lives of the wealthy Capwell family of Santa Barbara, California. Other prominent families featured on the soap were the rival Lockridge family, and the more modest Andrade and Perkins families.
Santa Barbara aired in the United States at 3:00 PM Eastern (2:00 PM Central) on NBC in the same time slot as General Hospital on ABC and Guiding Light on CBS and right after Another World.
Santa Barbara aired in over 40 countries around the world. It became the longest-running television series in Russia, being aired there from 1992 to 2002. Santa Barbara won 24 Daytime Emmy Awards and was nominated 30 times for the same award. The show also won 18 Soap Opera Digest Awards, and won various other awards.
- associate relationship with Anderson, Judith (born 10 February 1897). Notes: Played Minx Lockridge
- associate relationship with Davidson, Eileen (born 15 June 1959). Notes: Played Kelly Capwell, 1991-1993
- associate relationship with Deas, Justin (born 30 March 1948). Notes: Played Keith Timmons, 1986-1988
- associate relationship with Mattson, Robin (born 1 June 1956). Notes: Played Gina Capwell, 1985-1993
- associate relationship with Walker, Marcy (born 26 November 1961). Notes: Played Eden Capwell Castillo, 1984-1991
- associate relationship with Witherspoon, Dane (born 27 December 1957). Notes: Played Joe Perkins, 1984
- associate relationship with Wright, Robin (born 8 April 1966). Notes: Played Kelly Capwell, 1984-1988
- compare to chart of Entertainment: General Hospital (born 1 April 1963). Notes: Shared same time slot
- compare to chart of Entertainment: Guiding Light (born 25 January 1937). Notes: Shared same time slot
Sy Scholfield quotes from "'SANTA BARBARA,' NEW DAYTIME SERIAL," by John Corry, New York Times, 30 July 1984, p. C.20: "makes its debut at 3 P.M. on Channel 4 today."
- Notable : Awards : Emmy (24 Daytime Emmy Awards)
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- Mundane : Misc. Mundane : Release dates (TV series)