Less than a year after they were hired to reboot”Days of Our Lives,” headwriters Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas Junior have been fired. Soap Opera Network reports that they… More
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Reports of Robin Scorpio’s Death Are Greatly Exaggerated You can’t keep a Scorpio down. The big soap plot news this week is that “General Hospital’s” Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough) is… More
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Two soaps reboot themselves. One goes from so unwatchable that longtime fans were grumbling that it SHOULD have… More
I was skeptical that “Days of Our Lives” would allow its gay characters Will (Chandler Massey) and Sonny (Freddie Smith) to have a love life that was comparable to those of the straight characters.
“Days of Our Lives” Will (Chandler Massey) has been inching his way out of the closet for months. Now the college student/political intern/attempted blackmailer is finally getting some action.
The January 13th finale of “One Life To Live” was watched by 3,840,000 people, for a strong 2.7 Household rating. For comparison, that is more than watched the final episodes of “All My Children,” (3,475,000) “As The World Turns,” (2.846,000) or “Guiding Light” (2,975,000).
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.
“Days of Our Lives” Will (Chandler Massey) is having a rotten winter. He’s grappling with two big secrets: he witnessed his mother cheating on her husband with her ex, and his realization that he is gay. On January twelfth, he finds himself drawn to a handsome older man played by “Queer Eye For the Straight Guy’s” Jai Rodriguez. Rodriguez previews his character’s connection to Will, shares why he thinks DOOL has created one of television’s most realistic gay storylines and dishes his upcoming appearance on the hot new comedy, “Are You There Chelsea?”
2011 was the year that daytime soaps died — again and again and again. What will 2012 bring to daytime television? Will CBS and NBC decide to axe their surviving… More
Friday was an anxious day for anyone who covers daytime. The day before Thanksgiving brought the news that Prospect Park was abandoning plans to continue “All My Children” and “One… More