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

 

Monday, June 14, 2010 6:00 PM ET | By Angela Rosa


(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Monday, June 14, 2010.

IT HAPPENED TODAY…

Colby and Damon talk about having sex. She admits she doesn’t want to have any doubts when they actually have sex for the first time and he agrees to wait even though it’s obvious he’s frustrated over her change of heart. Concerned for her daughter, Liza thinks she’s about to catch the two in the act but all she finds is them talking. Damon texts Liza one of the half naked pictures he took, causing her to get upset and cut the evening short with Tad.

Jesse allows David to talk to Greenlee who apologizes for opening her mouth. Jesse questions David who won’t give up anything, and claims that Ryan was putting words in Greenlee’s mouth. She follows her husband’s lead and admits that she only felt guilty about Erica because she had wished she’d disappear due to their ongoing feud. Both David and Greenlee are released.

On the Next All My Children…

  • Erica holds Caleb at gunpoint.
  • Bianca threatens Greenlee.
  • JR wants to sleep with Annie.

“All My Children” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.




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Monday, June 14, 2010 at 3:00 PM ET by Scotty Gore

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Quick Peeks for the Week of June 14, 2010.

ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Quick Peeks

  • Monday: (Episode #10706) — Nate and Danielle find some money; Todd races to Téa’s side. (Rated: TV14 L)
  • Tuesday: (Episode #10707) — Ford backs up Langston and Markko’s stories; Jessica thinks one of her alters hurt Ford. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Wednesday: (Episode #10708) — Starr graduates high school; Nate is nervous; James receives a warning. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Thursday: (Episode #10709) — Todd takes Téa to her treatment; Langston is consumed with guilt. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Friday: (Episode #10710) — John sees Hannah threatening Marty; Ford says he remembers everything; James hides out. (Rated: TVPG)

“One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on ABC.com and SOAPnet.com. Check local listings.




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Monday, June 14, 2010 at 3:00 PM ET by Scotty Gore

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Quick Peeks for the Week of June 14, 2010.

ALL MY CHILDREN: Quick Peeks

  • Monday: (Episode #10394) — Pine Valley is drama-filled; Jesse questions David. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Tuesday: (Episode #10395) — Tad and Liza kiss — again; Scott wants more from Annie than just a one-nigh stand. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Wednesday: (Episode #10396) — Erica suffers a fall; Krystal and Jackson find something; Jesse is worried about Angie’s health. (Rated: TVPG V)
  • Thursday: (Episode #10397) — David gets a warning; Caleb turns up missing. (Rated: TVPG)
  • Friday: (Episode #10398) — Angie decides to take a home pregnancy test; Liza goes into panic mode; Brot suffers a breakdown. (Rated: TVPG)

“All My Children” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on ABC.com and SOAPnet.com. Check local listings.




GH Quick Peeks: Week of June 14 Edition

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Monday, June 14, 2010 at 3:00 PM ET by Scotty Gore

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” Quick Peeks for the Week of June 14, 2010.

GENERAL HOSPITAL: Quick Peeks

  • Monday: (Episode #12078) — Kristina needs help in her quest to take down Sonny; Nik is held prisoner in Helena’s dungeon. (Rated: TVPG L)
  • Tuesday: (Episode #12079) — Jason issues a plea; Sky search for her ex-husband’s treasure. (Rated: TVPG L, S)
  • Wednesday: (Episode #12080) — Dante works to get Michael out of prison; Claire promises to destroy Franco; Ethan makes a pact. (Rated: TVPG L)
  • Thursday: (Episode #12076) — Judge Carroll makes his decision; Claire visist Jason; Sonny spots Kristina and Johnny together. (Rated: TVPG L, S)
  • Friday: (Episode #12078) — Sonny must stay away from Michael; Johnny and Olivia’s relationship is in trouble. (Rated: TVPG L)

“General Hospital” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on ABC.com and SOAPnet.com. Check local listings.




Monday, June 14, 2010 at 1:39 AM ET by Errol Lewis


Photo: Gilles Toucas

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Congratulations goes out to Jennifer Gareis, who portrays Donna Forrester on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," as the actress has welcomed her first child into the world.

According to Soap Opera Digest, Gareis and husband Bobby said hello to their as-yet-to-be named baby boy on Friday, June 11, 2010 at 7:33 PM PT. The little one weighed in at 9lbs, 8 ounces and is 22 inches long. According to a statement released by a "B&B" representative, "Mommy and baby are both happy and healthy."

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    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — As previously reported, Jeff Branson is joining the cast of “The Young and the Restless” in the role of Detective Ronan Malloy, Chance’s (John Driscoll) new partner. Soap Opera Network has your first look at Branson on the set of the soap. His first airdate is set for Tuesday, June 22.



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    Monday, June 14, 2010 at 12:45 AM ET by Venus Stone

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The big bang theory.

    THIS WEEK ON:
    THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS

    Daniel finds himself served with divorce papers, then getting hot and heavy with Abby. Monday, June 14, Billy and Vikki share romance in Japan but find themselves running into Ashley and Tucker who arrive as well. Phyllis and Nikki get an eyeful when the stumble upon Daniel and Abby making out; that same day, Phyllis gives her son a stern warning about messing with Victor's daughter. On Thursday, June 17, Tucker and Ashley both find themselves trying to keep their feelings for one another at bay.

    The Inside Story:A Sad Return and Hidden Truths
    Jill and Katherine get word that Liz Foster is coming to Genoa City to pay her adoptive daughter a visit. As the two get ready for her arrival, unknowing to them, Liz gets sick while on the flight and is rushed to Genoa City Memorial the moment the plane touches down. Moments later, Jill, who gets the news, heads right to the hospital to see her ailing mother and comes face-to-face with Snapper and things become emotional between the two of them instantly. Meanwhile, Snapper keeps close tabs on his mother's condition and realizes that her cancer could be out of remission. He shares the news with a devastated Jill and Katherine. Katherine instantly stands my Jill's side to give her all the support she needs. In the meantime, Snapper, who is alone in Liz's hospital room gets the shock of his life when she tells him that shes' been keeping a secret about Jill for a very long time and feels it's time that she tells the truth. She admits that she is very well aware of who Jill's biological father is and that she also knows that Jill has a biological sibling that is living right in Genoa City. Once he learns the truth, Snapper is more than determined to keep the secret from Jill but unwittingly let's slip in Katherine's presence. Katherine soon begins to piece together that Snapper knows something about Jill's family history. Meanwhile, Jill spends time with Liz and has a heart-to-heart, sharing that she's been a wonderful mother to her. As the two women talk, Snapper, seeing the moment is wracked with guilt in keeping what he knows. The minute the truth is revealed, Jill blasts Snapper for trying to keep the information from her. Things soon become more complicated for Jill when Greg arrives.

    A Closer Look:An Unholy Alliance Formed
    After Sharon makes the call to Adam, Adam finds himself admitting to Sharon that he still is very much in love with her and that she too has feelings for him. As Sharon is talking to Adam, Nick puts his plan in motion by taping their conversation. Meanwhile, Victor, who is trying to catch Adam as well, still finds himself in danger as the boat fills up with water. Jack, who has arrived corners Maggie and starts grilling her on if she saw Victor. Eventually, Jack catches wind of Victor's fate and goes off to save him. Once Victor is out of danger, Jack and Victor agree to join forces to bring Adam down together. In Brazil, Adam is sweating bullets when Skye tells him that in order for him to be protected by the judge will cost him a cool $10 million dollars. Making their way to Brazil, Victor and Jack set up a trap to snare Skye in order to draw out Adam.

    What To Watch

    • Daniel is unaware that Abby's got them on camera
    • Ashley and Tucker take it upon themselves to give Billy heads up on the Newmans
    • Michael realizes that Phyllis could be a benefit, yet a curse to Nick's case

    The Young and the Restless News and Headlines

    • Actress Juliana McCarthy reprises her role as 'Liz Foster' beginning Tuesday, June 15, Wednesday, June 16, Thursday, June 17 and Friday, June 18. Liz's arrival brings a lot of heartache and truth for adoptive daughter,'Jill'.
    • David Hasslehoff reprises the role of 'William "Snapper" Foster' beginning Tuesday, June 15
    • Marcy Rylan will join 'Y&R' as 'Abby Carlton' beginning Monday, May 10
    • Word is that David Hasselhoff will return briefly back to the show to reprise the role of 'Snapper Foster' sometime in mid-June. Also discussions of a return is that of Wings Hauser as 'Greg Foster' and Juliana McCarthy as 'Liz Foster'.
    • Taylor Ann Hasselhoff, daughter of David Hasselhoff will make an appearance on the show as a nurse who is there during the Foster family's news about Liz's cancer. She appears on the show Wednesday, June 16
    • Wings Hauser appears as 'Greg Foster' Thursday, June 17 and Friday, June 18
    • SON Top 10: Who was the best of the best on "Y&R" during the week of June 7, 2010? You decide! The SON Top 10 is back! Voting begins Friday's at 4:00 PM, EST.

    SON ALERTS: WEEK OF June 21, 2010

    • Cane and Mac are in for the fight of their lives
    • Phyllis can no longer take dealing with the constant connection between Nick and Sharon
    • Chance has a hard time dealing with his new partner

    "The Young and the Restless" airs Weekdays on CBS. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.



     


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    Sunday, June 13, 2010 at 11:07 PM ET by Errol Lewis


    Photo: Jill Johnson/JPI

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Nearly two months after it was announced that Taylor Spreitler would be departing NBC's "Days of our Lives" in the role of Mia McCormick, a last airdate for the actress has been set.

    According to sources, look for Spreitler to last air on Wednesday, June 23, when Mia shares an emotional goodbye with Sami (Alison Sweeney) and Will (Chandler Massey). The character is expected to head off to New York, as she recently discussed with ex-boyfriend Chad Peterson Woods (Casey Deidrick).

    "My heart will always be in Salem. Wanted to say thank you to all my fans for your support. I would also like to say thank you to 'Days of our Lives' for letting Mia stay around in Salem longer than expected and for that I am grateful," said Spreitler in a statement released in April. "Looking forward to the next journey in my career."

    Spreitler joined the cast of "DAYS" in January 2009 as Mia, who had given her baby to Nicole Walker (Arianne Zuker) to raise in Nicole's hopes of holding on to then husband E.J. DiMera (James Scott).

    "Days of our Lives" airs Weekdays on NBC. Anytime on NBC.com.

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      One Life At a Glance: June 14 Edition

      Photo: Donna Svennevik/ABC

      Sunday June 13, 2010 at 11:00 PM ET by Scotty Gore

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) – Starr is kidnapped this week on “One Life to Live.”

       

       

       

       

       

      ONE LIFE TO LIVE: At a Glance

      Will Ford be able to identify his attacker? 

      • Monday: (Episode 2009231/42231/231) – Starr and Hope are carjacked.  Dani and Nate find a full bag of cash.  Todd rushes to Téa’s side.   
      • Tuesday: (Episode 2009232/42232/232) – Ford corroborates Markko and Langston’s story.  Jess wonders if her alternate personalities hurt Ford.  Matthew may be in over his head when it comes to women.   
      • Wednesday: (Episode 2009233/42233/233) – Starr graduates from high school.  Nate worries about the money he found.  James receives a threatening phone call.   
      • Thursday: (Episode 2009234/42234/234) – Cole may be released on bail.  Todd accompanies Téa on her radiation treatment.  Langston deals with her guilt over Markko. 
      • Friday: (Episode 2009235/42235/235) – John hinds Hannah threatening Marty.  Ford tells John he remembers everything about his attack.  James hides at Viki’s cabin while Nate puts the money he found to good use.   

      “One Life to Live” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Anytime on ABC.com and SOAPnet.com. Check local listings.

      Pictured: David A. Gregory courtesy ABC
      Season 2009



      Saturday, June 12, 2010 at 6:20 PM ET by Errol Lewis


      Photo: CBS/Sony Pictures Television

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — You may have heard that Adults 18-49 is the most important sales demographic for primetime and cable television, but how do the daytime soaps along with "The View" and "The Price is Right," despite their ad sales being based on performance in Women 18-49, rate in comparison in Adults 18-49? Not as bad as one might think.

      In today's television market, what might be considered a hit and what would be considered a failure has changed significantly. The days when a 2.0 in Adults 18-49 would get you canceled are long behind us. In fact, getting a 2.0 might get you renewed for another season (see "Chuck" and "V" as examples). Going a little further, in the Spring of 2010 the highest rated shows airing on the broadcast networks on a Friday night or even a Saturday night were lucky to rate any higher than a 1.8 in Adults 18-49. Meanwhile, CBS' "The Young and the Restless," which airs in an earlier timeslot with less people available watching television, rates higher than every show on The CW in total viewers, but it also outrates many of that networks shows in Adults 18-49.

      During the week of May 31, 2010, "The Young and the Restless" was daytime's most watched program in Adults 18-49 as the soap did a 1.1/8. "Y&R" was flat when compared to its year-ago performance (Week of 06/01/09). ABC's "General Hospital" and CBS' "The Price is Right II" tied for second place in Adults 18-49 with both programs doing a 0.8/6. While "GH" was flat compared to its year-ago performance, the second half of "The Price is Right" was down 11% year-to-year. ABC's "One Life to Live" and "The View," CBS' "The Price is Right I" and NBC's "Days of our Lives" all tied in fourth place with a 0.7 Adults 18-49 rating, but things changed when it came to share. "The View" and "The Price is Right I" had a 6 share, while "One Life to Live" and "Days of our Lives" had a 5 share. "DAYS," "OLTL" and "View" were all down 13% year-to-year, while the first half of "The Price is RIght" was flat. "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "All My Children" tied for 8th place with a 0.6/4 in Adults 18-49, which ironically was a loss of 14% in audience for both soaps compared to the year-ago. "As The World Turns," which typically rates last in many demographics including Women 18-49 was also the least watched daytime program in Adults 18-49 with a 0.5/3 rating. "ATWT" was steady year-to-year and held its audience.

      Adults 18-49
      Week of May 31, 2010 vs Week of June 1, 2009

      Rank Program Adults 18-49
      Rating / Share
      Percent (%) Change
      Adults
      18-49 Viewers
      Adults
      18-49 Percent (%) Change
      1 Young and  Restless 1.1/8 NC 1,481,000 -2%
      2 Price is Right II 0.8/6 -11% 1,100,000 -9%
        General Hospital 0.8/6 NC 1,020,000 -1%
      4 The View 0.7/6 -13% 978,000 -3%
        Price is Right I 0.7/6 NC 902,000 -8%
        One Life to Live 0.7/5 -13% 935,000 -8%
        Days of our Lives 0.7/5 -13% 911,000 -15%
      8 Bold and  Beautiful 0.6/4 -14% 824,000 -12%
        All My Children 0.6/4 -14% 777,000 -20%
      10 As The World Turns 0.5/3 NC 600,000 -17%

      Daytime Median Age
      Week of May 31, 2010 vs Week of June 1, 2009

      Rank Program Median Age Percent (%) Change
      1 General Hospital 50.8 NC
      2 One Life to Live 51.5 NC
      3 Days of our Lives 54.0 +2%
      4 All My Children 54.5 +3%
      5 The Young and the Restless 57.7 +1%
      6 The View 58.1 -2%
      7 As The World Turns 59.0 +5%
      8 The Bold and the Beautiful 59.2 NC
      9 The Price is Right II 63.0 +2%
      10 The Price is Right I 63.2 +1%

      Source: Nielsen Media Research data for the Week of May 31, 2010

      • The Bold and the Beautiful
      • All My Children
      • One Life to Live
      • The Young and the Restless
      • Days of our Lives
      • General Hospital
      • As The World Turns
      • The View
      • The Price is Right
      • Nielsen Media Research
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