Susan Lucci has signed on for a multi-episode arc on Lifetime's Army Wives, her first role since leaving All My Children, TVLine.com reports .
VIDEO: Kim Delaney stumbles through speech, is escorted off stage
Lucci, who ruled Pine Valley for more than 40 years as Erica Kane, will portray...
Kim Delaney was escorted off stage Thursday night after stumbling through a speech at an event honoring former Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
The Army Wives star approached the podium at the Liberty Medal Award presentation in her hometown of Philadelphia. As she began her speech, she interrupted herself to turn to the side and say "This is my job," apparently to someone waiting in the wings. She then launched into a halting, perplexing speech about how she's served in the active military, seen injured soldiers come home and attended military ...
Before All My Children signs off on ABC, TV Guide Network is looking back at the beloved daytime drama with a special tribute.
Hosted by Cameron Mathison, the one-hour special features ...
The shocking death of soldier Jeremy Sherwood (Richard Bryant), fatally wounded in the line of duty in Afghanistan on the March 27 episode of Army Wives, left not only the show's characters and fans shaken, but also the close-knit cast and crew. "Some were angry," admits executive producer Jeff Melvoin. "I explained, 'It's good that you feel that way, because that's what death means.'"
Shameless' Season 1 conclusion attracted 1.51 million people over two airings, hitting a series high.
The record numbers also gave Showtime its largest viewership for a freshman show's finale in a decade. (Queer as Folk got 1.49 million in 2001).
Army Wives on Lifetime also posted a series high in its fifth season — 4.8 million viewers. The ensemble drama, starring Kim Delaney and Catherine Bell, is the No. 1 drama on...