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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Y&R Raises The Dead

The Joys of Retroactive Continuity Well, that was fast. In the first week of Genie Francis’s arrival on “The Young & the Restless,” we learned that her character, Genevieve, is working with her son Cane (Daniel Goddard), to bring down her ex-husband Colin (Tristan Rogers).  Yes, Cane is alive and well and impersonating his dead […]

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‘The Bold & the Beautiful’ Gets Berry Berry Crazy

The Island of Misfit Berries There is a fine line between bad and so bad it’s good. Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and Thomas’s (Adam Gregory) psychedelic berry trip on “The Bold & the Beautiful” classifies as the latter. Yes, Brooke is once again committing accidental adultery. Last time the culprit was masks and reggaeton music. […]

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Reflections on the Demise of Two Legendary Soaps

Like millions (and yes, there still are millions) of ABC daytime fans, I am cycling through the five stages of grief about the double whammy cancellation of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” I knew it was a possibility. But somehow I thought they would hold on for a little while longer. I […]

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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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Why Are Soap Legal Storylines So Ridiculous?

Soap Law Last Friday, on “One Life To Live’s” Tea (Florencia Lozano) managed to prove her client innocent — at a sentencing hearing after he confessed.  New evidence was also submitted — by private citizen Todd (Trevor St. John), who just barged into open court and announced that Nate’s (Lenny Platt) fingerprints had been found […]

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