Robin and Patrick: Reunited and It Doesn’t Feel So Good “General Hospital” fans were actually happy when the Thanksgiving holiday ended because it meant that they finally got resolution to the previous Wednesday’s epic cliffhanger: Robin (Kimberly McCullough) showing up at Patrick (Jason Thompson) and Sabrina’s (Teresa Castillo) wedding. I, along with many other people, longed for her […]
“General Hospital” Delves Into Soap History “General Hospital” opened up the soap history vaults this week when it featured a crossover to “Ryan’s Hope,” the ABC soap which last aired in 1989. Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Silas (Michael Easton), who were attempting to learn more about Julian (William DeVry), who Sam recently learned was her […]
Is Y&R’s Dylan Nikki’s Long-Lost Cult Baby? One of the funniest soap conventions is women who have been on the show for decades suddenly turning out to have a long-lost child. It strains all credulity; the audience was there. They weren’t pregnant. In the ensuing decades, they never mentioned this child to anyone or had any […]
The actor playing the new Will Horton on “Days of Our Lives” is seemingly born to play the role.
Josh Griffith, head writer of “The Young and the Restless,” has resigned from the job, according to multiple sources.
The Young & The Poorly Structured Reveal This week on “The Young and the Restless,” everyone in Genoa City learned that Jack (Peter Bergman), not Nick (Joshua Morrow), is Summer’s biological father. I am so conflicted about the way that it played out. On one hand, the performances were superlative. Bergman has his Emmy reel […]
‘One Life To Live’ Headwriter Out; New Trailer Released In just eighteen days, “One Life to Live” and “All My Children” return. The shows will debut online at noon on April 29 on Hulu, iTunes, and, through our partnership with Hulu, here on XFINITY. “OLTL” may have broken some sort of a record by parting […]
It took a while, but the revamped “The Young & the Restless” is starting to work for me. Suddenly, there are stories that I find interesting. Some of the new characters are growing on me.
“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 […]
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 […]