Thursday, October 27, 2011

WATCH: THE BAY Season 2 Premiere - Mary Beth Evans, Tristan Rogers, Jacklyn Zeman, Lane Davies, Jed Allan, Paul Satterfield & More Daytime Faves

With her youngest son missing, her other harboring dark and dangerous secrets, and a cynical daughter judging her every move, Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans) struggles to keep her family together in the second season of THE BAY. On the Season 2 premiere episode, Zoey (Taylor Stanley) is surprised to learn from Harold (Jed Allan) that this is her wedding day! Brian (Dylan Bruce) has hired the mayor's wife, Sophia Madison (Jacklyn Zeman) to plan the event.

How is Sara reacting to Lee's (Paul Satterfield) return? What is Christine (Sandra Dee Robinson) up to? And who is Marly (Martha Madison) fooling around with behind her husband's back? Start finding out below on the season premiere of THE BAY.

After you watch, tell us what your favorite moment was from the premiere.

- REVIEW: New Season of THE BAY Set to Beat Daytime Soaps at Their Own Game
- THE BAY Fan Event - November 5, 2011
- Mary Beth Evans: It's like a real group effort
- WE LOVE SOAPS TV 3.16 Jacklyn Zeman Talks THE BAY, Character Driven Drama & Zestra!


  1. WHOA!!!! BLOWN AWAY!!!!.......This show has got to be the best soap ANYWHERE!!!..From the character dynamics, to the sets, and above all else the acting!!! Gregori you wizard you, you have done a brilliant job my friend. This soap has so much texture and depth ::Sigh:: I have been a fan since season one and it only gets Better and Better for me. From a fan to you dear Gregori and The Bay Team THANK YOU! And i cannot WAIT for next week!!!

  2. Now that's the way to launch a premiere episode of the season. I'm hooked. Bring on the rest!

  3. I love The Bay's Season 2 premiere. It was very good, from the open credits through to the last scene. I think everyone did a marvelous job. I'm very interested to see what happens next in every story. Sara Garrett and her family sure have a lot of skeletons in their closets, but you see a lot of vulnerabilities in each of them, and that makes them rootable...and there's the makings of some fun involved too.

    I love the way the show's improved since it's premiere last September.