Many of the biggest stars of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” have joined the new on-line versions of the former ABC soaps. Production company Prospect Park announced today that is has signed 22 actors to the shows, with more deals expected to close in the upcoming weeks. “One Life to Live” has […]
Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) succumbed to cancer on Monday’s episode of “The Bold & the Beautiful,” as her best frenemy Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) told her a story about their complex relationship.
This week’s column is going to be all about “General Hospital” because a couple zillion things happened in Port Charles this week, while the other three soaps were so boring. “The Young & the Restless” has the excuse of transitioning from one headwriter to another. “The Bold & the Beautiful” ought to change its name […]
Production company Prospect Park, which optioned the rights to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” in a failed attempt to continue the soaps on the Internet, still has the legal rights to at least one OLTL character.
“General Hospital’s” Llanview/Port Charles baby switch went from campy fun to unpleasant when Tea’s (Florencia Lozano) baby died. I’ve said it before, and I will say it again. Daytime needs to stop killing babies.
The “Days of Our Lives” cast purge continues. Ian Buchanan, who first appeared as Madison’s (Sarah Brown) Machiavellian husband Ian just a few short months ago will be leaving the show at the end of the summer.
“General Hospital” Beats “The Young & the Restless” Among Young Women “General Hospital” just got some new ammunition in its fight for survival. The week of May 7-11, it was the number one show among Women 18-34, the key, hard to reach young female demographic. Granted, GH still only had a paltry 0.6 rating in […]
It’s deja vu all over again at “Days of Our Lives.” Last summer, the show let go several popular actors as part of the show’s “reboot.” Now, a week after letting go the show’s headwriters of less than a year and replacing them with two writer, Chris Whitesell and Gary Tomlin, who worked on the […]
Sometimes, bad characters happen to good actors. That was true of Nathan Parsons who tried his best in the role of “General Hospital’s” Ethan. Soap Opera Digest reports that his character will be departing the show in early 2012.
Production company Prospect Park announced that four more “One Life to Live” cast members have signed contracts to join the online version of the show that it hopes to launch in early 2012 on the fledgling internet television network, The On-Line Network. Florencia Lozano (Tea), Tuc Watkins (David), Josh Kelly (Cutter) and Shenell Edmonds (Destiny) […]