It’s not uncommon for soap opera characters thought dead to spring back to life. Now, a pair of soap operas thought dead are being resurrected.
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After weeks of rumors and speculation, production company Prospect Park has finally confirmed that it is producing online versions of canceled ABC soap operas “All My Children” and “One Life… More
Does Fenmore’s need to stock up on black-T-shirts? TV Guide reports that Steve Burton, who recently departed “General Hospital,” is joining ‘The Young & the Restless.” Burton was GH’s biggest… More
Since former “General Hospital” executive producer Jill Farren Phelps took the reins of “The Young & the Restless,” fans have been wondering if she was going to cast any GH actors.
“General Hospital” Time Change Has Negligible Impact on the Ratings The first full week of national ratings for “General Hospital” since it moved to a new time period one hour… More
Three years ago, there were eight American daytime soaps. Today, there are four. The cancellations of “Guiding Light,” “As the World Turns,” “All My Children,” and “One Life to Live”… More
The Daytime Emmys are just one day away, which means it’s time for my annual Daytime Emmy predictions. After watching all of the nominees reels, I have some strong opinions… More
The nominations for the 39th Annuals Daytime Emmy Awards were announced today. “General Hospital” was the most nominated Daytime Show, scoring 23 nominations, followed by “Sesame Street” and “The Young… More
“All My Children’s” Jesse and Angie are reuniting on “The Young & the Restless.” According to Soap Opera Digest Darnell Williams will be joining his longtime co-star Debbi Morgan on the soap.
The soap scandal du jour is decades old. Former “One Life To Live” star Ellen Holly has written a near book-length blog alleging that she experienced racial discrimination while she… More