How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of 'GH,' 'The View' and 'The Chew'; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of ‘GH,’ ‘The View’ and ‘The Chew’; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

 
True Love
Tuesday, January 1, 2008 11:45 PM | By Errol Lewis

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A New Year, Same Old Stories…

THIS WEEK ON “GENERAL HOSPITAL”

Alexis and Diane find that they are both nominated for the Litigator of the Year award by the Women Attorney’s Association. Ric and Skye play a dirty dance. Sam fears being tested for the possibly deadly condition Nikolas is suffering through. Maxie gives Felicia another daughter to mother talk. Epiphany hears from Stan, but her happiness is short lived. Max and Spinelli are left to deal with an angry Health Inspector.

SPENCER’S IN DANGER

Luke lights it up and suffers the consequences. Luke finds himself in purgatory court where he plays judge, prosecutor and defender. A string of witnesses, including his own family, let Luke have it. Can Tracy save her husband, or will she make him pay? Meanwhile Jerry sets his plan in motion and Lulu just so happens to be in the way.

THE REST

Jason’s attempt to locate Sonny after his arrest frustrate him. Kate impresses Sonny after she sticks up for him. Sonny leaves Kate behind and returns to Port Charles. Ric is left babysitting Kristina and Molly. Jason is unable to fulfill Carly’s expectations as he grows closer to Elizabeth.

SNEAK PEEK: WEEK OF JANUARY 7, 2007

Monday: Sam drops a bombshell on Carly.

Tuesday: Skye has reservations about getting in deeper with Ric.


Wednesday: Elizabeth squares off with Sam.

Thursday: Carly lays down the law with Elizabeth.

Friday: Lucky leaves Sam with plenty to think about.

Pictured: Maurice Benard courtesy Yolanda Perez/ABC





Dead Ends or New Beginnings?
Thursday, January 3, 2007 2:47 AM | By Angela Rosa

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Will Pine Valley recover from the battle scars Ms. Nichols leaves behind?

THIS WEEK ON ALL MY CHILDREN…

Richie and Annie learn that Richie’s life might be saved with a bone marrow transplant. Joe schedules more tests for Greenlee who privately fears something could really be wrong. Kendall overreacts when Aidan tries to comfort her. Dre opens up to Colby as they hide out in the Chandler tunnels. Erica quickly cuts to the point with Kendall after picking up on the tension between her and Aidan. JR asks Babe to consider giving them another chance. Ryan embraces life after being released from the hospital.

THE SCREWS COME LOOSE


After Ryan takes the bullet she meant for Kendall, an unhinged Hannah heads to Cambias where she holds Josh hostage at gunpoint. Zach and Kendall arrive at Cambias where they quickly realize something’s off. Hannah manages to get away after Zach breaks down the door to Josh’s office. Sean readily agrees to a fleeing Hannah’s provocative suggestion. Zach plans on eliminating the threat to his family by taking care of Hannah once and for all. Adam’s accusation sobers Zach. Zach asks Aidan to look after Kendall as he prepares to face-off with Hannah at the Rocks. Sean contacts Jack after realizing who the woman he slept with is. Zach challenges Hannah to get the payback she thinks she so rightly deserves but ends up feeling truly sorry for her as she tells him about the pain she suffered at the hands of Alexander. Hannah accuses Zach of rescuing every other woman is his life but never doing the same for her. Kendall races to get to Zach after Jack finally tells her what he knows.

D2D PreVUE’s for the week of January 14

Monday: Hannah finally gets what she wants from Zach.

Tuesday: Tad realizes how Krystal really feels about their marriage.

Wednesday: Rebecca Budig returns as Greenlee.

Thursday: Ryan just isn’t himself these days.

Friday: Debbi Morgan Returns as Angie. Krystal rises to Adam’s challenge.

Pictured: Thorsten Kaye courtesy ABC



Given Time In Jail and Probation
Monday, December 31, 2007 12:05 AM | By Errol Lewis

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Former “General Hospital” and “Bold and the Beautiful” star Sean Kanan plead no contest to misdemeanor DUI charges on December 13 after he was arrested earlier this year by the LAPD for drunk driving.

Upon his arrest, Kanan was found driving with a blood alcohol level of over .08%.

L.A. City Attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan said Kanan has been sentenced to 96 hours in county jail and ordered to serve five years of probation. In addition, he must pay a fine and participate in an 18-month alcohol education program.

In a more positive note, Kanan can next be seen in the film “Jack Rio,” due out in 2008. The film which stars
Matthew Borlenghi (“All My Children,” “The Bold and the Beautiful”), Brian Krause (“Another World,” “Charmed”), James Patrick Stuart (“All My Children”), Monti Sharp (“General Hospital,” “Guiding Light”), Nadia Bjorlin (“Days of our Lives”) and Tristan Rogers (“The Bold and the Beautiful,” “General Hospital”), follows the dark journey of a TV star trying to live a life outside of his onscreen persona as a serial killer is on the loose in L.A.

The film is a production of Black Hat Productions and GruntWorks Entertainment. A release date of June 13, 2008 has been set. Borlenghi, who plays the title character serves as writer/producer with Kanan receiving producer credit.

Pictured: Sean Kanan courtesy CBS

  • The Bold and the Beautiful
  • All My Children
  • Days of our Lives
  • General Hospital
  • Sean Kanan
  • Charmed
  • Matthew Borlenghi
  • Guiding Light
  • Another World
  • Brian Crause
  • James Patrick Stuart
  • Monti Sharp
  • Nadia Bjorlin
  • Tristian Rogers




    New Year Resolutions!
    Thursday, December 27, 2007 2:10 AM | By Angela Rosa

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Life-changing decisions are made as Pine Valley enters a new year.

    THIS WEEK ON ALL MY CHILDREN…

    Jack concedes to a determined Erica that they will always be in each other’s lives. Though the road takes a few u-turns, Tad and Krystal finally consummate their marriage. Richie tricks Lily into giving him a lesson on how to commit the “perfect crime.” Hannah gives Adam what he wants and then bitterly ends her association with him. After sharing some family time with Babe and Little Adam, JR issues Richie a warning. Adam has an intriguing offer for JR. Hannah covers her true feelings about the outcome of Kendall’s tribulations but later makes those feelings dangerously clear.

    CAN THE TRUTH SET HER FREE?


    Desperate to protect Kendall, Zach steps forward and tells a skeptical Derek that he’s the one who set Greenlee up. Derek agrees to put off questioning anyone for the time being. Zach angrily insists to Kendall that she say nothing more to Derek. Later, after kissing a sleeping Zach goodbye, Kendall goes to Derek and confesses everything. Kendall explains her actions to a furious Zach. Jack arrives at the police station intent on representing Kendall. Jack makes a moving declaration to his former step-daughter. Kendall is released on bail and goes home with Zach, who struggles to keep his temper in check. Zach’s emotions come to the surface as he’s unable to bear the thought of losing Kendall. Zach and Kendall make love. The following morning, Kendall ignores Jackson’s advice to plead to the lesser charge of diminished capacity and instead makes a full confession to the court. Greenlee steps forth and makes a heartfelt plea on Kendall’s behalf. The judge delivers the verdict.

    D2D PreVUE’s for the week of January 7

    Monday: Richie learns his days might not be numbered after all.

    Tuesday: Zach blames himself for Hannah’s vendetta against his family.

    Wednesday: Greenlee fears something might be terribly wrong with her.

    Thursday: JR wants to try and rekindle things with Babe.

    Friday: Kendall sees her happiness slipping away.

    Pictured: Amanda Baker courtesy ABC



    ‘AMC’ Actress Departs

    SOAPnet

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — End of the road for Haiduk…

    In the wake of the news of several shocking returns to the daytime serial, earlier this month, Soap Opera Digest reported that the industry buzz was that “All My Children” also “intended to trim multiple actors from its cast in the coming weeks.” Stacy Haiduk has been trimmed.

    Haiduk makes what looks to be a permanent exit from her “AMC” role on Monday, January 14. Haiduk played the role of Hannah Nichols, mother of the deceased Ethan Cambias (James Scott) who she sired with Zach Slater (Thorsten Kaye), on “AMC” for just two months last spring and returned to the contract-role on September 14.

    Look for an unscrewed Hannah to make quite the scene, which includes leaving a lasting mark on Ryan Lavery (Cameron Mathison), as she dances to her mid-January exit.



    Home Again Week!
    Monday, December 24, 2007 4:00 AM | By Angela Rosa

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Many familiar faces will return to Pine Valley in the next several weeks…

    As previously reported, Debbie Morgan, Darnell Williams and Rebecca Budig will be returning to “All My Children” in January to the roles they originated.

    Rebecca Budig has signed a one-year contract with the daytime drama and will begin airing on Wednesday, January 16. According to the official ABC press release pertaining to the trifecta of returns, along with carrying on her Fusion shenanigans with on-again-off-again best friend and business partner Kendall Hart Slater (Alicia Minshew), Budig’s Greenlee will also “continue to reconnect with Aidan Devane (Aiden Turner) and Ryan Lavery (Cameron Mathison) and build on those relationships.” To reacquaint the audience with the “real Greenlee,” as ABC is touting Ms. Budig, “AMC” will air a repeat of the May 2004 episode where Greenlee and Ryan become man and wife on Christmas day. Then on Saturday, January 12, from 2: 00 PM – 6:00 PM EST, ABC’s cable affiliate SOAPnet will air classic Greenlee episodes along with a new half-hour behind-the-scenes special. While dealing with the typical business, friendship and love-life soap-fare, expect Greenlee to also be “suddenly stricken down by a mysterious illness.” Greenlee, portrayed by Sabine Singh, will start showing sings of this mystery illness soon. The mystery illness will tie into the return of daytime’s first and most popular African American super couple.

    Debbie Morgan will return to the role of Dr. Angela Baxter Hubbard on Friday, January 18 to consult on the disease that’s not only threatening to kill Ms. Smythe but also somebody very, very close to the doctor’s heart. In relationship to the return of the Hubbards, the official ABC press release tells us that “times of crises often bring loved ones together, and this case will bring about the most shocking reunion of all time.” Could this mysterious patient be somebody we’ve already been watching on “AMC” for a while? It’s quite possible. As the press release hints to, the twist of the “secret patient” will in turn bring the no-longer deceased Jesse Hubbard back to Pine Valley and Angie – we’re waiting for an explanation on that one, as well! Darnell Williams reclaims the role her originated on Friday, January 25. Both actors have signed long-term contracts with the ABC daytime drama; Morgan’s contract is for four-years. On Sunday, January 13, from 2: 00 PM – 5:30 PM EST, SOAPnet will air classic Jesse and Angie episodes along with a new half-hour behind-the-scenes special for the “AMC” super couple as well.

    In other news, Eden Riegel returns as Bianca Montgomery, bringing along the adorable Haley Evans who portrays Miranda Montgomery, on December 26 and 27. Expect the seldom seen Eileen Herlie to also make a couple of appearances on Christmas week. The truly and deeply missed James Mitchell was recently called to the AMC studios to tape some scenes. If his health allowed him to come in to tape those scenes, Palmer Cortlandt will appear on an “AMC” screen near you during the week of January 14. Mitchell’s last episode of “AMC” aired on May 31, 2007.

    Pictured: James Mitchell courtesy ABC





    GL PreVUE: Week of December 31 Edition

    A Good Man Disgraced..
    Saturday, December 29, 2007 5:38 PM | By Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — As Buzz loses everything he’s worked hard for, Coop’s actions puts someone in danger…

    THIS WEEK ON “GUIDING LIGHT”

    Dinah, still in the rehab center, tells her fellow patients how deeply connected she is to Mallet. Lizzie seduces Bill, only to lock him out on the patio. Harley awakens to find herself in bed with Cyrus. Marina comes to Harley’s aid when she suffers another anxiety attack. Lizzie warns Ava about using Bill. Cyrus tells Marina that he helped get her badge back.

    SCANDAL COMES WITH A HEAP OF REVENGE…

    As the inauguration gets undeway, Bill again puts the pressure on Buzz to approve his project for Main Street. Buzz, worried that Bill won’t be able to keep quiet about the rigged votes, requests the help of Cyrus to keep Bill at a distance. Mallet, who is on his way to the inauguration, lets Buzz know that Einstein was hired, then quickly fired by Doris. The minute Mallet leaves, Marina gives news that Einstein was in fact the one that helped rig the election. Buzz soon starts putting the pieces together, and realizes that Ashlee was behind the election tampering. As he is being sworn in, Buzz can’t keep up with the lie and confesses all; but leaves out Ashlee’s role in the vote rigging. A revenge seeking Doris promises that she’ll see to it that not only Buzz paying for the election scandal, but anyone else that was in cahoots. Unable to hide what she has done, Ashlee admits to what she’s done. Coop learns that Ashlee will be arrested. Drunk and angry, Coop douses Bill’s Main Street plans with alcohol and tosses it into a trailer. Unbeknownst to Coop, Bill is inside.

    NOTE: “Guiding Light” will be pre-empted Monday, December 31 and Tuesday, January 1.

    Pictured: Justin Deas courtesy PGP









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