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Stephanopoulos to Replace Amanpour at ‘This Week’

By David Bauder, AP Television Writer NEW YORK — George Stephanopoulos is returning to Sunday mornings at ABC News, replacing Christiane Amanpour as host of the political talk show “This Week.” ABC said Tuesday that Stephanopoulos, who returns Jan. 8, will remain as host of “Good Morning America,” although likely on a four-day schedule. Amanpour, […]

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Report: Online ‘All My Children’ on Hold

Has Prospect Park Abandoned Plans to Take “All My Children” to the Internet? Soaps In Depth is reporting that Prospect Park has abandoned its plans to continue “All My Children” on its fledgling The On-Line Network. According to the magazine, the production company “has decided that they only need one soap opera for their new […]

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Soap Stars Land E! Reality Series

E! Picks Up Soap Reality Series Are Kelly Monaco, Kristen Storms, Nadia Bjorlin and Farrah Fath the next Kardashians? Since they are all talented people with real jobs, I think they are far superior. But, like the family that built a sex tape into an empire, the four soap actresses are starring on a reality […]

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One Lousy Week For ‘One Life To Live’

Susan Haskell Leaving “One Life To Live” Two years ago, Susan Haskell won the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Leading Actress for her performance as Marty Saybrooke on “One Life to Live.” Now, according to We Love Soaps, her character is being written off the show. I have mixed feelings about this departure. On one hand, […]

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Double The Soap Wedding, Half The Guests

Double Wedding Interruptus I think the majority of soap weddings should now run a crawl on the bottom of the screen: “Ridiculously small guest list due to budget cuts.”  That would stop me from grumbling about all the characters who should be in attendance but are not.  Plotwise, Natalie (Melissa Archer) and Jessica’s (Bree Williamson) […]

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Were ‘One Life To Live’s Jokes Insensitive?

One “Life To Live’s” Surprisingly Homophobic Humor A year ago, “One Life To Live” was the most gay-positive show on television, including “Glee.”  It featured a mass gay wedding, a straight woman pretending to be lesbian to improve her chances of being elected mayor, because apparently the gay vote is key in small, wealthy mainline […]

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