Jax Returns to ‘General Hospital’; ‘One Life’ Paternity Saga Resolved

Ingo Rademacher Returning to “General Hospital” Good news for “General Hospital” fans who were dissatisfied with Jax’s exit storyline, which had him faking his own death after his plane crashed because Sonny tampered with the controls. The character will be returning. Tuesday, Ingo Rademarcher tweeted, “Looking forward to flying back to LA for a little […]

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Four More Stars Join Online ‘One Life To Live’

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) […]

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International Sale Gives New Life to Canceled Soaps

P&G Soap Reruns Return to Television — Internationally If you miss “Guiding Light,” “As the World Turns,” and “Another World,” you might want to consider taking a vacation outside the United States. Broadway Video Digital Distribution has bought the international distribution rights to the canceled soaps from Procter & Gamble, WorldScreen reports. The company is […]

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Deep Soap: Headwriter and More Stars Join Online ‘One Life to Live’

Headwriter Ron Carlivati and five more actors have signed contracts to join the online version of “One Life To Live,” which is scheduled to premiere in January 2012 on The On-line Network, production company Prospect Park’s new online internet entertainment network.  The cast members making the move are: Melissa Archer (Natalie), Kelley Missal (Dani), Sean […]

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Will All Three ABC Soaps Move to the Internet?

Prospect Park Update: “All My Children” to Premiere in January 2012? This week in Prospect Park rumors: according to Daytime Confidential, as everyone suspected, the news that “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” were moving to the Internet broke before the production company that bought the shows worked out any of the details. […]

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Y&R’s Very Full Friday

Thirty Pounds of Plot in a Ten Pound Bag Is it just me, or did Friday’s episode of “The Young & the Restless” have a week’s worth of story crammed into one episode? In the space of 37 minutes of actual content, Malcolm (Darius McCrary) and Sophia (Julia Pace Mitchell) found Cane’s (Daniel Goddard) long-hidden […]

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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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Chocolate-Coated Shoving: The Soap Fight Club

The New Fight Club On tonight’s fight card, it is Llanview’s Dr. Marty “physician heal thyself” Saybrooke versus Natalie “This is how we do it in the A.C.” Buchanan, followed by Genoa City’s Phyllis “pen is mightier than the sword” Newman versus Sharon “I am just a girl who can’t say no” Newman.   There is […]

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