What would a big fancy award show like the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards be without celebs dressed to the nines and walking the red carpet? Thankfully, the stars and staffers… More
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Every summer during the Television Critics Association bi-annual press tour, CBS, The CW and Showtime throw a huge party attended by the stars of all three networks (all owned by CBS Corp.). But the soaps were never a part of the fun until this year when numerous stars of “The Young and the Restless,” as well as the few “The Bold and the Beautiful” actors who were in Los Angeles during the show’s production hiatus, mingled with the stars of “NCIS” and “Masters of Sex.”
Ronn Moss (Ridge) is leaving “The Bold & the Beautiful.” So is Susan Flannery (Stephanie). Steve Burton (Jason) shocked the soap world earlier this week when he announced he was… More
“The Young & the Restless” filmed its 10,000th episode this week. Thursday night the Paley Center honored the number one soap’s accomplishment by hosting a retrospective and panel discussion in… More
Three years ago, there were eight American daytime soaps. Today, there are four. The cancellations of “Guiding Light,” “As the World Turns,” “All My Children,” and “One Life to Live”… More
Is Susan Flannery leaving “The Bold & the Beautiful”? Monday, Soaps In Depth reported that the actress, who plays matriarch Stephanie Forrester, was leaving the show after 25 years.
America really wanted to see Bill’s (Don Diamont) lies about Steffy’s (Jacqueline Woods) medical condition on”The Bold & the Beautiful’” get exposed.
Brad Bell Hosting Obama Fundraiser President Obama may think twice about holding his next press conference during the soaps. “The Bold & the Beautiful” executive producer Brad Bell is hosting… More
Two days after “One Life To Live” pulled off one last miracle: crafting a finale to the show that managed to satisfy most viewers despite being filmed when everyone believed the show was going to continue online.
Some of “Guiding Light’s” most memorable episodes will be available on DVD in 2012. We Love Soaps reports that Soap Classics, the division of Broadway Video Distribution, which acquired the rights to all of the Procter & Gamble soaps, will release a twenty-episode DVD set in mid-January.