Kirsten Storms as "GH's" Maxie (Photo: ABC)

Deep Soap: ‘General Hospital’ Stars Preview the Show’s Surrogate Saga

It started simply enough, when “General Hospital’s” Maxie agreed to be a surrogate mother for her best friend Lulu’s child. Now the storyline has grown into an umbrella. Maxie discovered she was pregnant with her ex-boyfriend, Spinelli’s child and is passing off her own baby as Lulu’s. Lulu has amnesia. Maxie’s doctor, Britt, may have […]

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Deep Soap: ‘GH’s Bradford Anderson and Emily Wilson on Soapdom’s Geekiest Romance

“General Hospital’s” Bradford Anderson and Emily Wilson are two thirds of soapdom’s geekiest love triangle. Port Charles resident computer expert Spinelli (Anderson) finds himself caught between beautiful lab technician (Wilson) and Spinelli’s fashionista ex, Maxie (Kirsten Storms).The situation grew complicated on New Year’s Eve when Ellie got into a car accident and Spinelli believed she […]

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Deep Soap: ‘General Hospital’ Boss Frank Valentini on The Nurses Ball and ‘One Life to Live’s’ Return

“General Hospital” is red hot again thanks in large part to Frank Valentini, who became the show’s executive producer in 2012. He has brought back beloved actors, including Genie Francis, and is bringing back the show’s traditional Nurses Ball. His former soap, “One Life to Live” has just been resurrected as an online series.  As […]

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Deep Soap: Best and Worst of the Year in Soaps

I thought 2012 would be a terrible year for soaps. It began it the darkest of places, as “One Life to Live,” the best soap of 2011, aired its final episode in January 2012. The deal to move it, and “All My Children” online had just fallen apart. All three of the networks seemed to […]

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Deep Soap: Have ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Come Back From The Dead… Again?

Soap fans, view this as less of a Christmas miracle and more of a Festivus airing of grievances. Deadline reports that Prospect Park, the production company that infamously bought the rights to ABC’s canceled soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” with plans to turn them into daily full length online programs, then […]

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Deep Soap: ‘The Young & the Restless’ Celebrates 24 Years as the No. 1 Soap

Y&R Celebrates 24 Years at the Top This week, “The Young & the Restless” hit an unprecedented milestone. It has now been the number one daytime show every week for the past 24 years, or 1248 consecutive weeks in Household Ratings. DVR the Next Episode of “Y&R” It has also been number 1 in women […]

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