Cameron Mathison, Lindsay Hartley
There's hope for All My Children, yet!
Prospect Park, the company that acquired the rights to bring All My Children and One Life to Live to the web, announced Monday that Cameron Mathison, who plays Ryan Lavery, and...
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 ...
SOAPnet will mark the ending of All My Children with a two-day marathon the weekend before the final week of episodes on ABC.
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Rebecca Budig and Josh Duhamel
Sadly, All My Children's Leo du Pres was not one of the lucky, formerly-late Pine Valley citizens resurrected by David Heyward in recent weeks. Instead, Josh Duhamel returned as Leo for a single episode this month, appearing to Greenlee in an all-too-brief dream in which she imagined he'd been saved by David and hidden away all these years.
At least there was smooching before she woke up though, right? Still, it's not exactly what Rebecca Budig had in mind. Last week on location at the Descanso Gardens, Budig, who joined the soap as Greenlee in 1999, told TVGuide.com that she had envisioned a different "ever after" for her character
Cameron Mathison, Rebecca Budig
ABC's Castle is having a little fun with star Nathan Fillion's beginnings on the soap opera One Life To Live with an episode titled "One Life To Lose." The episode, which will air this spring, involves a murder on the set of a fictional daytime drama called Temptations.
Just cast are All My Children favorites Cameron Mathison and Rebecca Budig, as well as L.A. Law veteran Corbin Bernsen, who has been popping up as a priest on The Young and the Restless for several years...
Nobody needs a Christmas miracle more than All My Children's Kendall Hart (Alicia Minshew). She's about to receive one — but it's not the one she's hoping for. On the soap's December 27 episode, the Pine Valley heroine, still in deep mourning over the plane-crash death of her husband Zach (Thorsten Kaye), has a visit from Father Clarence, the magical, mystical priest who always appears on the show at holiday time to help those in need. (The terrific Malachy McCourt who played the role for many years had to bow out this time. He's replaced by Michael McCarthy).
Aiden Turner, Dancing With The Stars
Aiden Turner is kicking up his feet on Dancing with the Stars — and his back is feeling the pain. "Oh my back — in the middle on the right side, it just aches and kills," the former All My Children star tells TVGuide.com. "I think it's from these twists we're doing. Our dance is faster than anybody's. At one point, Edyta [Sliwinska, his partner] grabs me, I have to lean back and then she pulls me, and we do three or four moves and my back goes click-click-click." The pain is worth the gain, though, because "it's getting to the point where I'm a little more confident that I'm not going to suck," Turner says. See what else the 32-year-old British actor has to say about learning — and (sort of) choreographing — the cha-cha, what he won't do on the show and how frequently he'll hit the spray-tan booth.
Ellen DeGeneres by Gregg DeGuire/ WireImage.com
We were promised more energy, more fun and more excitement for this year's Daytime Emmy Awards, and the event delivered. Opening with multiple, overlapping spoofs on daytime television, hosts Sherri Shepherd and Cameron Mathison set the tone from the start. With an all-new, banquet-style set-up and an open bar for the guests, the sweltering L.A. evening outdoors was left far behind for the cool festivities inside the Kodak theater. Backstage in the press room, TVGuide.com heard from the winners of each category, where the newly crowned Daytime Emmy recipients gushed about their new trophies.Tyra Banks was one of the first of the night to take home a win. For her acceptance speech, she took over the entire stage area with her team when they won for Outstanding Talk Show/Informative series, and she was no less outspoken when she arrived at the press room. Explaining that she'd had her own "ugly cry" after holding her composure on camera, she also spoke to her mother's emotions over th...
Cameron Mathison courtesy TLC
The rest of us have one, maybe two jobs, but All My Children's Cameron Mathison at this moment is juggling four, upwards of four-and-a-half projects. Already the front man for SOAPnet's I Wanna Be a Soap Star, the daytime vet has now signed on to host TLC's Your Place or Mine?, a new game show premiering Sunday at 8 pm/ET. TVGuide.com invited Cam to preview his latest gig, reflect on his Dancing past, and ponder the future of Pine Valley (Gillian's possible return included). Matt MitovichTVGuide.com: Are you trying to pull a Joey Fatone and be everywhere at once?Cameron Mathison: I'm trying! Joey, I think, is "pulling a Cameron Mathison." I had it going before he did.TVGuide.com: My wife and I watch What Not to Wear most every night, and TLC is promo-ing Your Place Or Mine? like crazy!Mathison: They're publicizing the heck out of it, yeah. I think it's a good show. First of all, the game itself is a fun trivia game, because it's geared toward family and there's a dynamic of r...
Cameron Mathison by Jamie McCarthy/WireImage.com, Sherri Shepherd by Bennett Raglin/WireImage.com
All My Children's Cameron Mathison and The View's Sherri Shepherd have been named hosts of the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.The ceremony airs Friday, June 20 on ABC (8 pm/ET).In addition to playing pretty-boy Ryan Lavery on AMC, Mathison finished in fifth place during the fifth season of Dancing With the Stars.Shepherd joined The View as a cohost in 2007. In addition to ABC's broadcast, SOAPnet offers two new features from 6-8 pm/ET. "Handicapping the Emmy" brings ESPN sports talent together to analyze the nominations and predictions ("gee, Mike, he oughta get the trophy for the way he broke down her defense and put seven points on the board.") Also, "Deconstructing the Emmy" will allow viewers to see preparations for the Kodak Theater ceremony and take a peek at stars getting ready for the big night. J.R. WhalenRelated: Daytime Emmys Aiming for Golden Globes Energy Finola Hughes, Lawrence Zarian Bring Daytime Emmy Fans Backstage