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In other GH news, Ingo Rademacher...

In other GH news, Ingo Rademacher will make the move to prime time next fall in the upcoming NBC series Titans. Rademacher will play David O'Connor in the Aaron Spelling drama about a wealthy Beverly Hills family. Rademacher will be joined by fellow soap vets Yasmine Bleeth (ex-Lee Ann Demerest Buchanan, One Life to Live; ex-Ryan Fenelli, Ryan's Hope), Perry King (ex-Hayley Armstrong, Melrose Place) and Victoria Prinicpal (ex-Pamela Jean Barnes Haynes Ewing, Dallas). read more

AMC: Eden Riegel has been cast...

AMC: Eden Riegel has been cast as the new Bianca Montgomery, Erica Kane's (Susan Lucci) anorexia-stricken daughter. Riegel was in the movie American Pie and has had stints on Guiding Light and ATWT.

ATWT: Don Chastain (ex-T.J. Reno, Another World; ex-Dr. Tom Baldwin, GH) returns to the soap in the recurring role of Cooley who will bring dander to Simon and Lily. Chastain played a character named Logan Andrews in 1987.

Days of Our Lives: We'll finally catch a glimpse of the troubled Mimi's family when Robin Riker joins the cast as Mimi's mother, Maureen Lockhart, and Austin Wolff arrives as her brother Conner on July 11. Ian Patrick Williams, who played Dr. Brock in 1997, will appear as Mimi's father, David, starting July 21.

Guiding Light: Soap vet Michael Sabatino (ex-Peter, ATWT; ex-Phillip, Sunset Beach; ex-Dr. Jonathan Kinder, AMC; ex-An read more

Soap alum Hunt Block (ex-Guy Donohue,...

Soap alum Hunt Block (ex-Guy Donohue, All My Children; ex-Ben Warren, Guiding Light; ex-Peter Hollister, Knots Landing) returns to daytime this month as Craig Montgomery on As the World Turns. Block, in this contracted role, will portray Montgomery as he returns to make amends with his son Bryant (Todd Rotondi) and crosses paths with Carly (Maura West). Block reprises the role originated by Popular's Scott Bryce and will arrive in Oakdale on July 19. read more


Goofy character actor, director and former Match Game panelist Charles Nelson Reilly has opened a new one-man show, Save It for the Stage: The Life of Reilly, at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA. Will he reminisce about doing those 1970s Bic ads dressed as a giant banana? Tickets are $30 each; the show runs through Aug. 27. read more


ESPN is close to completing a deal with Who Wants to Be a Millionaire exec producer Michael Davies for a sports trivia quiz show to be called Two-Minute Drill, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Game show vet Andrew Golder (Win Ben Stein's Money) is shepherding Drill as exec producer along with Davies. read more


Former Taxi star Marilu Henner, Rex Smith and F-Troop's Larry Storch are teaming up this summer in the road company of Annie Get Your Gun. Storch, 75, was originally scheduled to do a stand-up show with Soupy Sales in New York but had to cancel to prepare for Annie's July 25 opening at the Dallas Music Hall. read more


ABC plans to add a Buzz Lightyear adventure series and a show about a boy and his dog to its Saturday morning lineup this fall, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Toy Story prequel will feature the voices of former Seinfelders Patrick Warburton as Buzz and Wayne Knight as the Evil Emperor Zurg. — Rich Brown read more


The critics have spoken — Wednesday night's debut of the CBS reality series Big Brother was b-o-r-i-n-g. The Toronto Sun's Jim Slotek writes: "I hereby take back everything negative I said about Survivor and nominate it for a Peabody Award." USA Today went so far as to say the "dopily lethargic" debut could kill the reality trend overnight. Still, the ratings were impressive — buoyed by a Survivor lead-in, Big Brother killed the competition with a 13.5 rating. read more


Survivor contestant Richard Hatch is suing the state of Rhode Island for releasing details of his April arrest on child-abuse charges to the National Enquirer. Hatch, 39, was arrested last April just two days after returning from the filming of the CBS series. read more


Robert Smigel, the man behind Late Night With Conan O'Brien's potty-mouthed puppet Triumph the Insult Dog, will write and produce a new half-hour show for Comedy Central set to debut later this year. The Hollywood Reporter says the as-yet-unnamed show will feature animated shorts, puppets and animals, possibly including Triumph and Smigel's Saturday Night Live creations "Ambiguously Gay Duo" and "Fun With Real Audio." read more

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