Mario Batali is probably experiencing a little bit of indigestion right now. Celebrity chef Batali, of “Iron Chef America,” “The Chew” and “Mario Eats Italy” fame, has agreed to pay… More
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Most observers thought Katie Couric’s talk show, which will debut in September 2012, would replace “General Hospital,” the only soap opera currently airing on ABC. Instead, according to TV Guide,… More
Lisa Rinna is the latest 1990s cast member to return to “Days of Our Lives.” The original Billie Reed first appears in the March 8 episode. The entire Roberts family will be on the canvas together for the first time in years.
America really wanted to see Bill’s (Don Diamont) lies about Steffy’s (Jacqueline Woods) medical condition on”The Bold & the Beautiful’” get exposed.
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).
NEW YORK (AP) — Celebrity chef Paula Deen on Wednesday pledged a portion of her earnings from a lucrative endorsement deal with a diabetes drugmaker to the nonprofit American Diabetes… More
TV chefs Bobby Flay and Giada DeLaurentiis are cooking up a new talk show. The two Food Network stars believe they have just the right recipe to succeed as a… More
“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
Without a doubt, 2011 had a lot of “Can’t unsee them” moments. And some of them were so long, they extended for entire seasons, including the show that tops the list; it hasn’t ended yet, but we all know where it’s going.