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


OLTL Recap: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

OLTL Recap: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

( — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Tuesday, March 8, 2011.


Bo is stonewalled at the Moroccan prison but Rex surprisingly shows up and gains them access to David’s cell, which is empty. Despite his anger at Rex for having kept his knowledge of David’s incarceration secret, Bo grudgingly accepts his help when they receive a clue that will take them to another part of the world.

Clint pumps Nora for information about Bo’s mysterious “business” trip. Nora doesn’t reveal the nature of Bo’s business, but she informs Clint that Matthew now knows Nora and Bo believe Clint killed Eddie Ford. Joey finds Nora and tells her about his father’s meeting with Eddie right before Nora’s kidnapping. Matthew tells Destiny about his parents’ belief that Clint killed Eddie.

Aubrey and Cutter want to get their hands on Clint’s tape that would expose their scheme. Clint catches Aubrey snooping in his desk and tells her the tape is securely locked in his safe. Joey returns home and with Aubrey’s support breaks into Clint’s safe, but is caught in the act by Clint.

Dorian tries to prove she’s over David by kissing Cutter.

Gigi arrives at Rodi’s to find John drinking in the morning. When she defends Natalie’s actions and reveals she knew the truth about Natalie’s baby’s paternity, John fires her. Kelly finds John alone and suggests he find a way besides drinking to deal with his pain. The pair end up kissing once again.

On the Next One Life to Live…

  • Todd considers having Tomas deported.
  • Jack continues to bully Shane.
  • Joey confronts Clint with his suspicions.
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    AMC Recap: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

    ( — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Tuesday, March 8, 2011.


    On a call with Jesse, Angie questions the wedding but all Jesse can say is he’s adopted a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy with Tad. Tad’s affected when Krystal tells him she’s moving out but reassures him that they’ll always put their kids first. Tad tells Ruth the truth about the wedding. Amanda tells Jake that she can’t go to the wedding because she’s sick but he knows she’s lying. Cara confronts Amanda and lays into her for turning her into the feds. Kendall gives Cara a memento for her wedding. Before the wedding gets under way, Griffin reminds Cara they can leave and hide somewhere else but she insists she wants to stay; she’s never felt so welcome in a town like PV. As Tad and Cara recite their vows, Agent Kaye leaves and sees Amanda drinking alone in the bar.

    JR becomes sentimental and tells Marissa he wishes he could turn back the clock.

    On the Next All My Children…

    • Amanda opens up to Agent Kaye.
    • Ryan makes a plea to Annie.
    • Madison finds out the sex of her baby.


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      James Scott on EJ DiMera and the Tale of Two Taylors

      ( — During a stop in New York City at the NBC Experience Store within 30 Rockefeller Plaza (NBC's corporate headquarters), while promoting the new coffee book "Days of our Lives 45 Years: A Celebration in Photos," cast and crew members from the show sat down with Soap Opera Network to discuss their characters, their lives and much more. In our first interview, actor James Scott (EJ DiMera) talks about the Taylor switch (see Livingston OUT! Braun IN!) and why his character is so bad!

      English born actor James Scott joined the cast of NBC's "Days of our Lives" in the contract role of EJ DiMera in May 2006. Since then, he's seen his character go from a seemingly harmless, but definitely womanizing, race car driver to a corporate lawyer and for the most part as the dastardly evil son of Stefano DiMera (Joseph Mascolo). So how does his portrayer see the character right now? "He can be a little bit bad at times," said Scott. "He's just really an insecure guy for the most part who doesn't deal very well with many situations." One could argue that he's in for a big situation when EJ starts playing with fire with wife Nicole's (Arianne Zucker) sister, Taylor Walker. "EJ has just met this girl [Taylor] and he feels something for her," the actor shared. "I don't think he quite knows exactly what it is, but he feels drawn towards her in a way. I think you'll have to wait and see exactly what happens. It is a good story."

      Natalia Livingston, who had been portraying the role of Taylor on the soap since the characters debut in late January, was fired recently after the show decided to take the character into a different direction. Said direction included the casting of actress Tamara Braun, who portrayed the role of Ava Vitali (who ironically was one of Nicole's few friends) in 2008, to take over from the departing Livingston beginning in late April. So how does Scott think the change will affect the current storyline? "I have to say I think it'll be surprisingly seamless. I had worked with Tamara, but not a tremendous amount. Obviously, Tamara and Natalia are very different actors. It has been a big transition in the story," said Scott. But what insight can he share into the decision to change actors? "I don't know why they decided to make the switch. From what I was told, they were taking the character in a new direction. I don't know what that direction is, but we'll have to see. I really enjoyed working with Natalia. I don't really understand why they switched the two actors around. I'm sure they had their reasons and at some point we'll see."

      "Days of our Lives" airs Weekdays on NBC. Anytime on Check local listings.

      • Tamara Braun
      • Days of our Lives
      • James Scott
      • Natalia Livingston
      • Arianne Zucker
      • Comings & Goings
      • Joseph Mascolo


        NBC’s “Days of our Lives” has cast newcomer Bren Foster in the contract role of Quinn, a character previously known as Fletcher in a recent casting call according to Soap Opera Digest. The character is described as being a “charming businessman with an edge. He can be clean cut or not. He is sexy, mysterious and savvy, has an easy way with the ladies but can be formidable if crossed.” The World Tae Kwon Do Champion’s first airdate will be in May and he’ll share his first scenes with Nadia Bjorlin‘s Chloe Lane.

        Prior to joining “DAYS,” Foster is probably best known for his roles in the Australian soap “Home and Away” and drama “Sea Patrol.” He recently completed work on two American films, one called “War Flowers” where he played the role of John Ellis, a confederate sergeant alongside actors Christina Ricci and Tom Berenger, and “Bad to the Bone” where he portrays the title character Donnor ‘Bone’ Mason. He appeared regularly in the short lived National Geographic series “Fight Scene,” which delved into the world of mixed martial arts, fighting back and special ops.

        Foster was born in London and moved to Australia when he was three years old. He started his acting career while in high school.

        'Y&R's' Joshua Morrow Talks Lawsuits and his Desire for an Addiction Storyline for Nicholas Newman

        ( — In an interview with Soap Opera Network, "The Young and the Restless" star Joshua Morrow (Nicholas Newman) took the time to talk about the outcome of the arbitration storyline set to air on the Tuesday, March 8 episode of the CBS soap, but he also sheds light on which storyline he'd like to tackle at some point in the future.

        Morrow, who joined "Y&R" in June 1994, has found his character dealing with the rape of his high school sweetheart (Sharon, Sharon Case), the death of his adopted daughter (Cassie, Camryn Grimes), a divorce from two wives (Sharon and Phyllis, Michelle Stafford) and multiple kids, but what storyline has Morrow not played on "The Young and the Restless," but wishes he could act out in the future? "I guess something along the addiction phase. I don't think that Nick has ever really had a problem. He seems to have a wandering eye with the ladies, so one could definitely describe that as an addiction, but something addictive. I think that would be kind of fun just to see Nick fall apart a little bit. I'm always interested in the people who get to bare their sole like that on air, so I think that would be kind of cool."

        While the the dynamics are completely different, what does the actor think viewers, who might be going through a similar situation, be able to take from the arbitration storyline taking place between Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and his kids? "I think first and foremost that honesty must prevail. Victor has proven to be incapable of being honest to his children, which is very peculiar because the character is written where he always cares about his family. He's willing to do anything, but he sure makes some very questionable decisions about being forthright with them. I guess honesty and some compromise," said Morrow. "With Nick and Victor you've got two very headstrong people who don't really seem to want to bend on this. Once Nick joined this thing it became pretty serious and it carried a lot of weight to this lawsuit. I guess things like this happen in real life where the children are after their father's legacy and trying to carve out their own niche financially, but it is tough for me to think that children could go this far with their parent. It is a television show. It is dramatized to a very serious degree. I can't imagine families acting like this."

        To find out the result of the case of Newman vs Newman, Newman and Newman/Carlton, tune into "The Young and the Restless" weekdays on CBS. Anytime on Check local listings.

        • The Young and the Restless
        • Sharon Case
        • Joshua Morrow
        • Michelle Stafford
        • Camryn Grimes
        • Eric Braeden

          Debbi Morgan Contributes to 'Saving Our Daughters' Series

          (Soap Opera Network) — “All My Children’s” Debbi Morgan gets personal for a very good cause.

          Curtis J. Benjamin helms the “Saving Our Daughters” book series which features thoughts, stories and letters from renowned and predominantly African-America female psychologists, executives, entertainers, entrepreneurs as well as everyday mothers and in some cases fathers. Self esteem, superiority and inferiority surrounding skin color, and eating disorders are a few subjects touched on in the “Saving Our Daughter” series. “Saving Our Daughters” strives to touch the lives of young females, African American or not, facing these complicated issues. The 5th Edition of the series, which was released on February 15, takes on the most relevant current issue facing teens today: Bullying. “All My Children’s” Debbi Morgan joins writer Maya Angelou, singers Janet Jackson and Tiffany Evans, actresses Alfre Woodard and Anika Noni Rose to name a few to share personal letters and personal stories of bullying in “Saving Our Daughters: Who Will Save the Little Girl?” in hopes of helping the many female youths facing bullying as we speak. Morgan also received the distinction of sharing the cover of the latest edition of the series.

          The following is Morgan’s powerful contribution to the Foreword of “Saving Our Daughters: Who Will Save the Little Girl?”:

          To Whom It May Concern:

          I was very small when I was a teenage girl and was picked on and bullied constantly. My teenage years were actually the lowest point of my life, and sometimes I just wanted to die. I began to have this constant fear whenever I had to go to school or whenever I knew I might come in contact with these bullying girls. Now as an adult looking back I would tell “my teenage self” and present this quote to all teen girls facing this trauma…

          It is your birthright to be treated with dignity and self-respect, but whatever we fear is what we attract… whatever we project and perceive is what manifests in our lives.

          Bullies are threatened by fearless, confident girls…Consider your birthright, dig deep, find that self-confidence and fearlessness within…and bullies be gone.


          ~ Actress Debbi Morgan

          For more on the great “Saving Our Daughters” series visit For information on how to purchase this or any previous edition of Saving Our Daughter visit the Barnes & Noble website.

          In related news, Morgan is not only contributing to books, she’s also in the middle of completing a fictional book with the interesting title “My Ass Turned 50 … And I Lost My Mind!” We’ll keep you updated on that production as details become available. As for Morgan’s “AMC” alter-ego, after a slow reintroduction (starting later today, March 8) into Pine Valley over the next few weeks, look for Dr. Angie Hubbard’s dramatic story to kick into high gear as the month comes to a close.

          • All My Children
          • Debbi Morgan
          • Angie
          • Saving Our Daughters

            Y&R Recap: Monday, March 7, 2011

            Y&R Recap: Monday, March 7, 2011

            ( — "The Young and the Restless" Episode Recap – Monday, March 7, 2011.

            IT HAPPENED TODAY…

            With Victor and Adam both no-shows to the arbitration ruling, Michael calls Heather and tells her to find his clients and get them there immediately. Heather discovers that Victor is talking to the District Attorney Walsh and tells him that he needs to get to the arbitration. Victor informs her that he will be there. Alone, Victor gives his account of the events surrounding Skye’s death, pointing out that he heard both Sharon and her heated exchange of words, then later hearing what appeared to be Sharon trying to save Skye from falling into the volcano. DA Walsh is instantly skeptical as to why Victor has come forward all of a sudden. Victor points out he doesn’t want to see an innocent woman go to jail.

            Sharon questions Nick’s odd behavior when she tells him about Adam’s strange behavior. Nick quickly plays it off and the two head to the arbitration. Once there, Sharon makes an attempt to call Adam, leaving a message on his phone to please call her. Heather overhears the conversation and tells her how Adam will always be a master user. She then lets slip about Victor trying to get Sharon off the hook for Skye's death.

            Neil and Sofia discuss how she got her job back and wonders if he talked up for her merely because they slept together. He assures her it wasn’t like that; she’s bright and is very important to the company. Malcolm arrives and handing her the bouquet she was going to have for their wedding, proposes to her again, as Neil watches on.

            At the arbitration, Victor lights into his children for their actions and how he would rather let his billion dollar company he solely created crumble to the ground than give them any part of it. Nick and Victoria both fire back with their own accounts of his past behaviors against them but before things can get out of control, the judge calls for a recess so he can make his decision. With Victor alone, he is stunned to see Neil enter the conference room.

            On the Next The Young and the Restless…

            • Abby continues to have worries.
            • Sharon tells Nick he’s become just like his father.
            • Victor has a heated exchange with Neil.
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              Judith Chapman Bumped to Recurring Status

              ( — "The Young and the Restless" has bumped veteran actress Judtih Chapman (Gloria Abbott Bardwell) to recurring status according to published reports. She joins "Y&R" co-stars Sean Kanan (Deacon Sharpe), Ted Shackelford (Jeffrey Bardwell), Thom Bierdz (Phillip Chancellor III) and a number of other daytime actors in the recurring line (for some, they had been recurring since they joined or returned).

              Chapman joined the cast in 2005 when she replaced "Dallas" and "Knot's Landing" star Joan Van Ark as the mother of Michael (Christian J. LeBlanc) and Kevin (Greg Rikaart).

              In addition to her role on "The Young and the Restless," Chapman has appeared in all but two current daytime soaps ("The Bold and the Beautiful" and "All My Children" being the exceptions). She made her television debut in 1975, when she portrayed the role of Natalie Bannon Hughes on CBS' canceled "As The World Turns." In the late 1980's, she also filled in for co-star Jess Walton in the role of Jill Abbott when the actress became ill.

              • The Young and the Restless
              • Sean Kanan
              • Christian LeBlanc
              • Greg Rikaart
              • Thom Bierdz
              • Jess Walton
              • Ted Shackelford
              • Joan Van Ark
              • Judith Chapman
              • Recurring Status

                GH Recap: Monday, March 7, 2011

                ( — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Monday, March 7, 2011.

                IT HAPPENED TODAY…

                Brenda tries to escape, but Theo finds her and brings her back to his cave. Theo demands to know what Brenda has done with his grandchild. Sonny and Dante work together to get information from the Balkan assassin. Shawn returns with the Balkan’s records, and Jason is hopeful there may be a clue to Brenda’s whereabouts.

                Sam admits to Abby how much she would like to have a child with Jason. Jason warns Michael away from a mob life because of the sacrifice the job requires.

                Michael and Abby grow closer – but when Abby invites him back to her place, Michael panics and turns down intimacy.

                Luke and Lucky discuss the risks of having a green card marriage with Siobhan. Siobhan is notified that she is being deported.

                On the Next General Hospital…

                • Jason and Sam get romantic in her hospital bed.
                • Elizabeth submits a new DNA paternity test for Aiden.
                • Nikolas and Brook Lynn make love.


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                  OLTL Recap: Monday, March 7, 2011

                  OLTL Recap: Monday, March 7, 2011

                  ( — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Monday, March 7, 2011.

                  IT HAPPENED TODAY…

                  Tess has duped Natalie and takes the baby from her. Ford tells James he has a plan for Tess. While Tess gloats about her freedom, Ford reveals to Langston that he plans to commit Tess.

                  Marty is about to tell John something important about the baby, but Viki interrupts. John goes to find Natalie and sees her with Brody and Liam and he walks off, hurt and angry. Marty is enigmatic about everything having worked out as she hoped.

                  Starr and Langston reconnect. Starr admits she and James are together now. The two friends bond and remark over the reversal of their fortunes. Téa has knocked out Todd and tied him up to keep him from running after Dani and Nate. In a vulnerable moment Todd admits he’s scared of losing everyone he loves.

                  Tomas makes a mysterious phone call about Todd. Blair has told Cristian about Tomas, and Cristian remembers him from his childhood. Tomas comes in and reveals he’s sticking around. Cristian tells Blair to stay cautious about Tomas because Cristian has thought something was sketchy about the way he left home and never came back.

                  On the Next One Life to Live…

                  • Rex show up to help Bo.
                  • Clint pumps Nora for information.
                  • John cans Gigi when she scolds him.
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