With only four soaps left, you might think there'd be slim pickings when it comes to selecting the year's top work. Oh, hell, no! If anything, the precariousness of daytime drama has almost everyone acting their butts off and one dynamic behind-the-scenes duo giving us some honest-to-goodness hope for the future. Cartini rocks!
All My Children
Rejoice, soap fans!
Canceled daytime soaps All My Children and One Life to Live may be returning as soon as next year, Deadline reports.
Prospect Park, which made a licensing deal with ABC back in 2011 to resurrect both shows online, has signed deals with the actors union and the directors guild to begin production in the first quarter of...
It's hard out there for a madam. Meredith Vieira guested on ABC's General Hospital nearly 10 years ago as Bree Flanders, owner of an upscale call-girl business who tried to hire one of Luke Spencer's ladyloves. Bree's back on the soap Friday, Dec. 14, only this time in a very different line of work. Vieira gave TV Guide Magazine the exclusive dish.
Karla Mosley, Lawrence Saint-Victor
They played young marrieds Christina and Remy Boudreau on Guiding Light, and now Karla Mosley and Lawrence Saint-Victor have both been snapped up by The Bold and the Beautiful. But the casting is mere coinkydink! A rep for the CBS serial tells TV Guide Magazine "we went for the two best actors possible. These new characters are not...
One of the soap world's most notorious badasses is about to shake things up in Genoa City! Actor Mark Pinter, best known as slimy senator-turned-mayor Grant Harrison on Another World, is set to play yet another ruthless politico on CBS' The Young and the Restless.
When Castle producers needed to cast an actor to play a cocktail-swirling former pro golfer for their Jan. 7 episode, they went for an obvious choice: soap star Jack Wagner (General Hospital, The Bold and the Beautiful, Melrose Place).
The tears will be flowing and the tissues flying when The Bold and the Beautiful fans must say goodbye to longtime matriarch Stephanie Forrester later this month. But behind the scenes, the end of actress Susan Flannery's 25-year run on the show was an occasion to celebrate as seen in this newly released behind-the-scenes video from ....
He's met his maker twice but you can't stop Cesar Faison from terrorizing General Hospital! The über-tressed supervillain — played by fan favorite Anders Hove — returned to the ABC soap Nov. 12 in a triple shockaroo. Not only is Faison still alive after supposedly being blown to bits in a boat explosion, he's also the brains behind the kidnapping of Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough). Crazier still, it was also revealed that he's been running around Port Charles in a prosthetic mask pretending to be Duke Lavery (Ian Buchanan). Meanwhile, he's holding the real Duke hostage. TV Guide Magazine rang Hove at his home in Denmark to chat about Faison's freaky return and, of course, we asked him the question on everyone's mind: How the hell does Faison cram all that hair into his Duke mask?
Billy Miller, Amelia Heinle
Attn. soap fans! We need your help!
Last month, TVGuide.com compiled the first part of our Sexiest Soap Stars photo gallery. After reading droves of comments and tweets from soap fans whose personal picks were left off of the list, we want you to tell us your selections...