Sommet Dame Covers Daytime Drama
Daytime dramas in the United States yield an average viewership of 12.5 million per year. Appealing on a global scale, daytime dramas draw a significant, female-dominated crowd. Its mass production reflects how widely loved the genre is as a platform that caters to millennial-aged women
Recognized for presenting a variety of characters entangled in dramatic storylines, daytime dramas showcase the dynamic rivalries and relationships often in a high-pressured or affluent social circle. Sommet Dame understands that the female-dominated fan-base points towards daytime dramas’ ability to portray a diverse range of female characters in high-stake situations.
On its part, Sommet Dame seeks to complement its readers’ interests by offering intellectually stimulating content centered on four major dramas: The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless. The Bold and the Beautiful focuses on the intersection between love, lies and sex and the passionate fallout, set to the backdrop of the fashion and publishing industry. Days of Our Lives centers on the never-ending battle between good and evil amidst a mid-western setting while General Hospital follows complex relationship bred between a hospital and mob and the drama that ensues. The Young and the Restless is a psychological drama surrounding the corporate world and how that intersects with the characters’ personal lives.
Sommet Dame will deliver weekly commentary, op-ed pieces, and behind-the-scenes features revolving around these daytime dramas and the ever-changing soap opera market.