So far this season, the surprise among the new daytime talkers is Steve Harvey. However, Harvey has worked long and hard to become an overnight success, and some have suggested… More
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Katie Couric scored big ratings in her debut Monday as a newly minted talk-show star. Details …
By FRAZIER MOORE NEW YORK (AP) — “What’s good is: people are interested. What’s bad is: people are TOO interested, sometimes.” Katie Couric is grinning as she says this, but… More
ABC has just released the guest line-up for “Katie,” Katie Couric’s highly anticipated new daytime talk show premiering on September 10. With a focus on “women who are reinventing themselves,”… More
Is Susan Flannery leaving “The Bold & the Beautiful”? Monday, Soaps In Depth reported that the actress, who plays matriarch Stephanie Forrester, was leaving the show after 25 years.
“General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini is the comeback kid. In just six months, he’s turned it into must-see TV, winning accolades from previously disgruntled viewers.
To celebrate the 100th episode of Anderson Cooper’s daytime talk show in an hour that airs Monday, a giant cup of frozen hot chocolate topped with whipped cream was wheeled onto the set after its star interviewed a svelte Janet Jackson.
Behind a backstage door, Maury Povich leafs through papers and listens to his producers brief him on that day’s paternity mysteries. He checks the pronunciation of a name or two, tries to get straight which man is claiming a childhood testicular injury. Then he’s ready.
Robert Scorpio is headed back to “General Hospital.” Tristan Rogers will be returning to the soap in February where he will reunite with Finola Hughes, who is also reprising her role of Anna Devane.
“The Revolution” launches January 16th with a built-in handicap: the legions of “One Life To Live” fans who have vowed not to watch the show that is replacing their favorite soap, which airs its final episode this Friday.