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Y&R Recap: Thursday, July 7, 2011

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — "The Young and the Restless" Episode Recap – Thursday, July 7, 2011.

IT HAPPENED TODAY…

Genevieve took the opportunity to harass Colin, who was dining at Gloworm. Colin asked why she wanted to stay in Genoa City and she said that she had family there, and hoped to become close again with Cane. Colin laughed and said she was merely there to continue bothering him. Meanwhile, at Fenmore's Cane shows up to see Jill. Jill unleashes her anger at him for the lies he told and the danger he put everyone in. When Cane tried to place the blame on Colin's shoulders, Jill corrected him and said that he was more of a threat than Colin ever was. She demanded he leave Genoa City and never return.

Katherine and Ashley ran into one another at Crimson Lights. Katherine took a seat across from her and wanted to patch things up between the two of them. Ashley, was, however, a bit skeptical. Katherine said that she was merely trying to do her best to protect her son but Ashley said she went overboard in her efforts. Shortly after, Nick arrived with Faith and Ashley lit up. The two talked and Ashley offered to spend more time with the young girl. When Nick mentioned how Faith didn't have a mother figure in her life, Ashley suggested that she help him out by having an ocassional girl time with her. Nich agreed and accepted her offer.

After a jog with one another in the park, Daniel and Lily chatted about Maddie and Charlie. She mentioned that she was spending a lot more time with them since she was away from them. Daniel made mention that it was time for Lily to move on with her life, leaving Cane behind, and wondered if she was ready to file for divorce. Lily said that she wasn't ready to think on it at the moment. While Daniel was understanding of her feelings, he did let her know that it was time for Cane to be history. While together, the two of them started to think on their marriage with one another. Both were glad that despite their obstacles, they were still close friends.

Noah headed to see Adam at his suite. He told him he came short of finding any proof to clear Sharon's name in Skye's murder. Adam became appreciative that he wanted to help clear his mother's name. Noah mentioned that he was leaving to go meet Nick and Doris to scatter Sharon's ashes. Adam suddenly became nice to Noah, telling the young man that he knew he had to head out and didn't want to intrude on his family moment. Noah soon met up with Doris and Nick. They shared how Sharon loved being at the coffeehouse. Nick remembered the day he proposed to her there, while Doris recalled Nick once being the owner of the coffee shop. They all got up to head out to scatter the ashes. From a distance, Adam watched them depart.

Katherine came face-to-face with Colin when he walked into Crimson Lights. She demanded that he leave and stay away from Jill. He told Katherine that he wasn't giving up on Jill; he knew there were still feelings she had for him. When she said that his money and influence got him out of trouble, he shot back that perhaps she did the same thing at times when she was in a bind. When Jill showed up, she told Katherine to leave so that she could talk to Colin alone. There, he pored it on thick of how he never stopped loving her and how he would eventually win her back. After a bit, a frustrated and confused Jill told Colin to get the hell out of her life. He promised he wasn't giving up on her.

After another round with his mother, Cane headed to Jimmy's bar where he askedo n a job. After telling the bartender he had experience, he was put to work. While he was in the back room, he missed seeing Lily and Daniel walking in to have a drink. The two exchanged flirty banter with one another. Daniel suddenly wondered if he was falling back in love with Lily and he tested those feelings out when he pulled her into a kiss. Lily and Daniel were still kissing one another when Cane walked out of the back room.

At the bridge, Nick, Noah and Doris scattered Sharon's ashes. They each shared their love and stories about Sharon. From a great distance, Adam watched and listened to Nick's words of his love for Sharon, watching as he scattered the ashes. He soon was overcome by tears. Meawhile back in New Mexico, Sam told Sharon about a dance that would be going on that night; unfortunately Sharon again declined going out with him. After a little prodding on Piper's part, Sharon relented and walked her to the dance. Sam was pleasantly surprised to see her in the dress he bought for her.

Katherine once again ran into Ashley, this time at Fenmore's. She marveled in how good Jack was doing back in the CEO position of Jabot. After Ashley had left, Genevieve arrived and tried to introduce herself to a displeased Katherine. When Genevieve offered to show Katherine her estate, she turned her nose up at her and told her she had no interest what-so-ever in getting to know her. Katherine was convinced that she was nothing more than a troublemaker just like her husband, Colin.

On the Next The Young and the Restless…

  • Nick and Phyllis give in to temptation once again
  • Sharon's world comes crashing around her
  • Jack becomes greatly concerned about Ashley
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    Y&R Recap: Wednesday, July 6, 2011

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — "The Young and the Restless" Episode Recap – Wednesday, July 6, 2011.

    IT HAPPENED TODAY…

    Sam continued to make slow moves when it came to Sharon. When he asked her to come with him to check on a dog, she said she didn't want to. As she continued to pack, Sam asked Sharon to move into his house with him. Sharon was floored by his request and he explained that he he would give her as much time as she needed; he didn't want to do the same thing he did when his wife walked out on him. Sharon's guard went down and she accepted his offer to move in. Soon after, Sharon and Sam, in his bed room, once again had sex with one another.

    Michael and Kevin caught up with one another at Gloworm where they did a little chit-chat. Kevin commented on how things were going between he and Chloe but also listened as Michael shared his concerns for Lauren since Daisy returned back to Genoa City. Kevin didn't hide the fact that he wanted his sister gone for a long time while in prison. Just then, Michael received a message from Lauren, telling him to head to Crimson Lights where a surprise was waiting for him.

    Eden felt uneasy about being in out on the patio area with both Noah and Abby. Abby continued to press as to why she decided to come back to Genoa City, but Noah shooed her away so he and Eden could be alone. The two uncomfortably talked to one another and Eden tried to apologize for how things turned out for the two of them, but Noah said that he was much to blame, as well. Meanwhile, Michael and Kevin, curious to know what Lauren's surprise was, nearly walked passed Eden until she caught their attention. Noah left them alone, where Michael questioned her wherabouts. Eden shared that she got into a little trouble but was doing alright. Both Kevin and Michael were shocked to learn from her that she went into rehab for an eating disorder. Eden assured her brothers that she was fine.

    Adam was on the phone striking up a business deal. After his call was complete, he put his attentions back on to the memory cards, calling Emmet to see how things were going along. Adam offered to pay him more money if he could get the footage by the end of the day. Checking his messages on the computer, Adam proceeded to head out of the door when Diane startled him. Not wanting to talk to her, Adam told her he had things to take care of. Once he was gone, Diane snuck into his room, looking over his documents. Spotting an email about the ambulance that she was in, she started to read, only to learn that Adam's contact was a paparazzi photographer named Gingerman. Having what she wanted, she headed out of Adam's room.

    Daniel and Devon chatted with one another at Crimson Lights, both commenting on how they wanted Cane as far away from Lily for good. While the three of them were there, both Daniel and Devon saw Cane walk in. Daniel quickly kept Lily away while Devon got in Cane's face, orering him to stay away from Lily. As for Daniel, he gave Lily a CD of new songs, but Lily, sensing that something was going on, wanted to know where Devon went off to. Daniel came clean and although touched by what they were trying to do, Lily said it was time she confronted Cane on her own.

    At the park, Devon and Cane got into it over Lily. Devon wanted Cane to stay out of Lily's life for good; in fact he wanted Cane to just leave. While Devon was talking to Cane, Lily showed up and told Devon that she wanted to talk to Cane alone. A hesitant Devon left them alone. Lily told Cane she could no longer believe anything her said: he had knowingly put her and their family in danger by not sharing the truth about Colin. Cane insisted that he could be there for her, but she told him that she wanted nothing more to do with him. She wanted him out of her life and the life of the twins.

    At Restless Style, Phyllis, who was working on her next story about Adam, tried her best to convince Nick to give her the go-ahead to throw Sharon's name in the story. Nick refused to do it, saying that he wanted Sharon out of it. Phyllis however, turned things to make it sound as if Nick would be giving Sharon and his family justice for all that Adam has done to her. Nick slowly buys into her 'thoughts'.

    Michael ran into Diane at Gloworm. She was still miffed at him and told him that she didn't need the help from either him or Victor, she could stand on her own two feet. After he left, Diane spotted Abby and called the Gingerman to lure him there in hopes of 'catching the Naked Heiress in action'. Deacon, who was behind the bar, overheard the conversation and became interested. Meanwhile at a table alone, Daniel and Abby caught up with one another. He wanted to know how she was doing, while she asked the same about him. Warming up to their conversation, Abby asked Daniel if they could try again with one another. Unfortunately, thanks to Diane, the paparazzi comes in to start taking pictures of Abby, giving Daniel the assumption that she set it up. Realizing that she didn't, he ushers the photogs away. As they are leaving, a slick Diane catches the Gingerman and starts making her deal with him.

    Stopping into Restless Style, Adam lectured Nick for hiring Phyllis again. He continued to throw his weight around by telling Nick he wanted him to write an article on Sharon in another effort to fully clear her name. Nick said only if real evidence was present. Adam commented that he was close to getting it; but purposely ruffled Nick's feathers when he commented on how Noah was helping him too. When Nick didn't budge, Adam attacked him with words, saying that he'd expected Nick to be a better person by trying to help Sharon. Nick, however, shot him cold by telling Adam that Sharon wouldn't be dead if it weren't for the likes of him.

    Diane offered to pay Gingerman a hefty sum of money if he'd produce the evidence that Adam was involved regarding the photograph of the ambulance that she was in. Gingerman declined wanting to work with her, but the more she talked, the more she swayed him. After offering him an exclusive photo opt, Gingerman and Diane sealed their deal. Once he was gone, Deacon stepped up to Diane, telling her he'd be willing to help her out; for a price just llike Gingerman.

    Abby was crushed when Daniel told her that he didn't want to get back together again. When he left, he called Lily to see if she was gone with her talk with Cane.

    On the Next The Young and the Restless…

    • Genevieve has nasty words for Jill
    • Jill goes on the attack against Cane
    • Lily and Daniel share a kiss
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      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — As we reported yesterday, we likely have to thank our federal government for providing the funding necessary for Prospect Park to pick up “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” which were both canceled by ABC on Thursday, April 14. The announcement that ABC would be licensing the two iconic soaps to Prospect Park was made on Thursday, July 7, but according to sources the financial deal actually came together back in May, just in time for what is said to be the deadline period for the government to hand out grant money to companies looking to invest in New Media. We thought it was crazy too, but we checked and it is definitely true. What we know about this deal is that upon their completion on ABC, “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” will be migrated to an as-yet-to-be-named Hulu-esque internet video service that would allow both daily soap operas to continue their storytelling for millions of online users and “be delivered with the same quality and in the same format and length,” as fans have come to expect for more than forty years, according to the joint press release issued from Disney/ABC and Prospect Park. Translation: One hour per day, five days a week, 52 weeks a year will remain within the realm of reality. What wasn’t clear at the time was after both soaps complete their runs on ABC, they will also conclude on SOAPnet.

      Insiders tell Soap Opera Network that even with the multi-year, multi-platform licensing deal with Prospect Park, the deal does not call for Disney/ABC to air either programs on their owned and operated networks, which includes SOAPnet, despite the channel now expected to remain on cable/satellite systems longer than originally thought due to some minor issues the Walt Disney Company had been having with the launch of its Disney Junior cable network. Additionally, when an ABC representative confirmed to Soaps in Depth back in late April that SOAPnet would “absolutely have programming” after “AMC” and “OLTL” ended their runs, they neglected to name which programming would be in place. Soap Opera Network has confirmed with the same representative that the programming in question will not include “All My Children” or “One Life to Live.” In fact, after yesterday’s announcement was released, the Disney/ABC Television Group made it clear that they are no longer in charge of the day-to-day operations of either of your favorite daytime soaps once their runs are completed on ABC and SOAPnet. If you want to know what’s going to happen next on “All My Children” after it ends on Friday, September 23, don’t call, write or email Brian Frons, President, Daytime, Disney/ABC Television Group. He is not in charge of that show and he will not be in charge of “One Life to Live” either after the series airs its final broadcast on Friday, January 20, 2012. Prospect Park, which at this time has no plans to release any further details surrounding the new venture beyond what was already reported, according to a representative, is in the early stages of what will surely be a drawn out discussion with the people that help make your favorite soaps as well as the unions these individuals belong to as neither union, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) or the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), was prepared for this new business model when they last negotiated their contracts with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP), which comprises The Walt Disney Company, among others. AFTRA is the primary union representing on-air talent for daytime soaps.

      Now that “One Life” is continuing with a second one under Prospect Park, fans around the world are wondering how does this affect the storylines, how does this affect the cast, the crews, the writers and even the producers? Digging a little further, with last month’s announcement that Ron Carlivati, who currently serves as “One Life to Live’s” head writer, would be transitioning to “General Hospital” as a script writer later this year when the show completes its run on ABC, it really begs the question of what happens next? Not only for that soap, but for “All My Children” as well. “It’s too early to know,” said a ABC insider requesting anonymity. “The details are too fresh on everyone’s minds for it to be determined who will be running these shows, or particularly writing them, after they finish their ABC runs.” The same also holds true for who will be appearing on your favorite soaps as they transition to your computer screens as well, the insider informed us. In fact, according to “All My Children” star JR Martinez (Brot Monroe) in a twitter posting, “I will say this-my current contract was to terminate on August 31st. Now we must see who they want to keep & renegotiate with. Not sure…” It appears as though the termination Martinez is referring to holds true for all current contract cast members at “AMC,” leaving Prospect Park to renegotiate with the cast and even the crews in order to properly transition the series to the web in the “same quality” fans have come to expect. But back to Carlivati. He along with “One Life” Executive Producer Frank Valentini signed new deals with ABC back in September of 2010. The terms of the agreements were not disclosed, but it was understood to last two years for Valentini and three years for Carlivati, so does that mean the two will remain with “One Life” under the guidance of Prospect Park? Or has ABC opted to keep the dynamic duo under its charge leaving new blood to step in and head write and produce the show with the “same quality and in the same format and length” as before? As our insider said before “It’s too early to know.” There is no word on what this development means for “All My Children” Executive Producer Julie Hanan Carruthers or Head Writer Lorraine Broderick.

      However, one of the big questions left unanswered are where will the shows be produced? “All My Children” moved its production to the Andrita studios in Los Angeles, CA back in January of 2010 in a multi-year licensing deal. Will the show remain in that studio? It looks like it will as the cost factor would be too great for Prospect to move the series once more. However, things look a little less certain for “One Life to Live,” which took over “AMC’s” New York studio space housed in the ABC Television Center. With ABC no longer producing the series it is likely the series will be moved to another facility or moved to the West Coast right along with “AMC” in order for Prospect Park to better manage the daily operations of the drama series.



      AMC Recap: Friday, July 8, 2011

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Friday, July 8, 2011.

      IT HAPPENED TODAY…

      Ryan sneaks into David’s office and is caught by Angie. He admits he broke in to find some information on David’s hospital takeover and partnership with Erica. Angie agrees to get information on David’s plans as he treats her. David finds Jane clad in lingerie waiting in his room. He tries to leave for a meeting which upsets Jane and she accuses him of using her. Jane says if he turns his back on her she will destroy him. David puts on a show for Jane and claims he’s “falling” for her. Just as David kisses Jane passionately Jackson shows up, demanding to know what David did to Erica and how did he convince her to work with him all night. David says he thought she went home. After Jackson leaves Jane re-emerges and he suggests she go after him. Jane’s worried that if she’s found out she will go to jail. Jane returns to the penthouse ready to make love to Jackson. Ben starts rolling the tape for Erica to begin her new book. She’s calling it Erica Kane Uncensored. Erica finds this more emotionally difficult than she thought it would be. She talks about what a great mother Mona was and what a monster her father was. Even though her father abandoned her she still wants to rescue him. Ben starts to feel for Erica and behind his back she smiles because that’s the exact reaction she was hoping for.

      Kendall asks what Griffin’s doing here. Griffin keeps things strictly professional and doesn’t reveal that he came back for her. Jake shows up and is thrilled to see Griffin and points out how they hadn’t even gotten a replacement for him yet. Cara’s happy to see her brother and thinks Kendall had something to do with his return. Cara loves her brother and wants him in her life and thinks that she’s not the only one who feels the same way. Kendall’s surprised when Griffin shows up at her house. He admits he came back to town for her.

      On the Next All My Children…

      • Amanda tells JR a secret.
      • Ryan fills Griffin in on his plan to stop David.
      • Greenlee overhears Jane and David making plans.

       

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        OLTL Recap: Friday, July 8, 2011

        OLTL Recap: Friday, July 8, 2011

        (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Friday, July 8, 2011.

        IT HAPPENED TODAY…

        The man with Todd’s original face skulks around Llanfair, nearly making contact with Viki. At EOD Viki is on the verge of catching him.

        John questions Vimal about the statement he pulled back from making last night, but Vimal again bites his tongue. Vimal is let go – for now – but with a tail, thanks to John. As a result, John learns that Vimal has gone to work for Todd.

        Meanwhile, Brody continues to fret about his knowledge that Liam is not his son – and Marty’s taped confession that could out it all. Later, John enlists Brody in a new project: Bringing down Todd, once and for all. Brody signs on. John needs to iron out a few details, chief among them a piece of missing evidence from the investigation into Gigi’s death signed out by Brody: The tape recorder.

        Jack starts work at the Sun but is distracted by Gigi-related news. Todd tries to keep Jack focused but is taken aback to learn a business plan was undone by the intervention of another company, Origami Cogs. Vimal arrives before Todd can delve deeper into this mystery. Vimal tells Todd about his run-in with John. After sending Jack away Todd demands details from Vimal. Jack returns as Todd and Vimal are discussing a secret Todd is keeping from John. Jack asks Todd about this secret.

        Blair confronts Téa about her role in Jack’s “exoneration.” Téa and Blair blame themselves for Jack’s behavior, but Todd, too. Together they decide to pay Rex and Shane their respects, but are chilled by the welcome they get. Rex and Shane prepare to receive friends and family at their new home, Asa’s mansion, where they’ll remember Gigi. Roxy is stunned and dismayed to learn of the deal that gave Gigi’s heart to Clint, and Clint’s fortune to Rex. Roxy is further appalled that Rex has fired Nigel. Echo also takes note of the ruthless shift in Rex but ultimately gives him a pass. Rex intends to make Todd and Jack pay by doing to them what they did to him and Rex: By depriving them of their wife and mother, Téa and Blair.

        Dorian and David continue to spar over his alleged infidelity with Ionia. Dorian refuses to accompany David while he gives his condolences to Rex and Shane. Left alone, Dorian signs for a package addressed to David, assumed to be from Ionia. At the mansion, David, Viki, Jessica and Natalie visit Rex and Shane.

        Natalie invites Jessica to talk about Brody later at Llanfair.

        Echo listens in and revels as David relates to Viki the turn for the worse his marriage has taken. David seeks an ally in Viki, but she is on the outs with Dorian. David returns home only to be confronted by Dorian, wielding the contents of the package: A gun.

        At Llanfair, Natalie tells Jessica that she and Brody have gotten together.

        On the Next One Life to Live…

        • Jessica slaps Natalie in front of Viki and Bree.
        • David and Dorian make a gruesome discovery.
        • Echo overhears Rex plotting revenge against the Mannings.
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          GH Recap: Friday, July 8, 2011

          (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Friday, July 8, 2011.

          IT HAPPENED TODAY…

          Steve resigns as chief of staff with a surprising decision of who will replace him.

          Siobhan levels Elizabeth with a hospital malpractice suit – claiming she purposefully tried to kill her so Lucky would be available. Meanwhile, Lucky returns from a camping trip with Cam and Aiden. Later, Elizabeth asks Lucky for help with Siobhan.

          In judge’s chambers, the mediator makes an important decision for Josslyn. Brenda testifies that she and Alec have experienced physical mob violence since she married Sonny.

          On the Next General Hospital…

          • Sonny discovers Jax paid off the court appointed mediator, and he blackmails her.
          • Brenda reveals the recent attack on her and Alec during Carly and Jax’s custody hearing.
          • Robin and Patrick adjust with the new chief of staff at the hospital.

           

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            Ratings: New Lows For GH/AMC
            Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Ratings Report for the Week of June 27 – July 1, 2011

            (Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

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            NOTE: NBC coded the DAYS episodes as specials this week due to Wimbledon coverage

            Total Viewers
            1. Y&R 4,518,000 (-244,000/-571,000)
            2. B&B 2,900,000 (-110,000/-171,000)
            3. OLTL 2,446,000 (-291,000/+259,000)
            4. GH 2,199,000 (-319,000/-183,000) <—- new low *
            5. AMC 2,193,000 (-209,000/-289,000) <—- new low **

            * Previous low: 2,252,000 (May 30 – June 3, 2011)
            ** Previous low: 2,208,000 (August 24-28, 2009)

            Households
            1. Y&R 3.3/10 (-.1/-.2)
            2. B&B 2.1/6 (same/-.1)
            3. OLTL 1.8/5 (-.1/+.2)
            4. GH 1.7/5 (-.2/-.1) <—- ties low
            5. AMC 1.6/5 (-.1/-.2) <—- new low *

            * Previous low: 1.7/5 (June 20-24, 2011)

            Women 18-49 Viewers
            1. Y&R 918,000 (-35,000/-171,000)
            2. GH 643,000 (-56,000/-101,000)
            3. OLTL 642,000 (-17,000/+20,000)
            4. B&B 566,000 (-30,000/-69,000)
            5. AMC 478,000 (+16,000/-98,000)

            Women 18-49 Rating
            1. Y&R 1.4/9 (same/-.2)
            2. OLTL 1.0/6 (same/+.1)
            2. GH 1.0/6 (-.1/-.1) <—- ties low
            4. B&B 0.9/6 (same/-.1)
            5. AMC 0.7/5 (same/-.2) <—- ties low (2nd straight week)

            Girls 12-17 Viewers
            1. Y&R 47,000 (-9,000/-26,000)
            2. OLTL 39,000 (-3,000/+12,000)
            3. B&B 32,000 (+2,000/-19,000)
            4. GH 30,000 (-9,000/-2,000)
            5. AMC 14,000 (-16,000/-18,000)

            Women 18-34 Rating
            1. Y&R 0.8/5 (same/-.1)
            2. OLTL 0.6/4 (-.1/-.1)
            3. GH 0.5/3 (-.1/-.4) <—- ties low
            3. B&B 0.5/3 (same/same)
            5. AMC 0.4/3 (same/-.2)

            Men 18+ Viewers
            1. Y&R 1,012,000 (-58,000/-142,000)
            2. B&B 637,000 (-19,000/-19,000)
            3. OLTL 428,000 (-64,000/+61,000)
            4. AMC 406,000 (-45,000/-33,000)
            5. GH 359,000 (-57,000/-65,000)

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            Day-To-Day Ratings – HH/Total Viewers

            AMC
            Monday: 1.8/2,376,000
            Tuesday: 1.6/2,112,000
            Wednesday: 1.6/2,146,000
            Thursday: 1.6/2,192,000
            Friday: 1.6/2,139,000

            B&B
            Monday: 2.3/3,241,000
            Tuesday: 2.2/2,960,000
            Wednesday: 2.1/2,831,000
            Thursday: 2.0/2,784,000
            Friday: 1.9/2,686,000

            DAYS
            Monday: 1.3/1,846,000 (did not count – 55 mins aired)
            Tuesday: 1.5/2,070,000 (did not count – 50 mins aired)
            Wednesday: 1.4/1,984,000 (did not count – 40 mins aired)
            Thursday:
            Friday:

            GH
            Monday: 1.8/2,353,000
            Tuesday: 1.8/2,272,000
            Wednesday: 1.7/2,295,000
            Thursday: 1.6/2,124,000
            Friday: 1.5/1,952,000

            OLTL
            Monday: 1.8/2,524,000
            Tuesday: 1.9/2,507,000
            Wednesday: 1.8/2,410,000
            Thursday: 1.8/2,456,000
            Friday: 1.6/2,325,000

            Y&R
            Monday: 3.5/4,885,000
            Tuesday: 3.4/4,628,000
            Wednesday: 3.2/4,203,000
            Thursday: 3.3/4,565,000
            Friday: 2.9/4,050,000

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            For the SEASON September 20, 2010 through July 3, 2011

            Households
            1. Y&R 3.6
            2. B&B 2.2
            3. GH 2.1
            4. DAYS 2.0
            5. OLTL 1.9
            5. AMC 1.9

            Women 18-49 Rating
            1. Y&R 1.6
            2. GH 1.4
            3. DAYS 1.2
            4. OLTL 1.1
            5. B&B 0.9
            5. AMC 0.9

             

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            Debbi Morgan Not Sticking Around for 'All My Children.net'

            (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Just days following Soaps In Depth reporting that Debbi Morgan was close to signing a deal to join “The Young and the Restless,” today a CBS spokesperson confirmed to TV Guide’s Michael Logan that a deal was indeed signed between Morgan and “Y&R” on Thursday. Morgan will begin taping at the number one soap in America once taping at “All My Children” concludes for the time being at the end of August. As reported on Thursday, due to a last minute licensing agreement, “AMC” and “One Life to Live” are due to go on in the internet format. Despite the deal to revive the two soaps, multiple sources confirm that all of the actors from “AMC” are free agents come September 1, which explains why Morgan already filled her calender. This of course means the internet version of the 41-year-old daytime drama could end up looking very different from the ABC version when all the pieces come together.

            Daytime Emmy Award Winner Morgan started her daytime career on “AMC” in 1982 as Dr. Angela Hubbard. She remained on the show until 1990. She returned to the role for her current run in January 2008. In between her “AMC” stints she also spent 1993 thru 1998 on the ABC Daytime drama’s “Loving,” “The City” and “Port Charles.” She played Dr. Hubbard on both “Loving” and The City.” Alongside Daytime Emmy Award Winner Darnell Williams, Morgan created daytime’s first African American super-couple in the form of Jesse and Angie Hubbard. Morgan’s daytime career has also extended outside of ABC Daytime. From 1990 to 1991, Morgan moved on to NBC’s “Generations” and then to CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” from October 2006 to June 2007. The two-time Image Award Winner has also had a successful career outside of daytime. She has appeared on numerous prime-time series and films.

            ABC Soaps In Depth reports Morgan is slated to work in story alongside long-time “Y&R” star Kristoff St. John (Neil) and Julia Pace Mitchell (Sofia) once she settles in Genoa City.

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              AMC PreVUE: Week of July 11 Edition

              (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A look at what’s happening on “All My Children” during the week of July 11, 2011.

              THIS WEEK ON: ALL MY CHILDREN

              Griffin & Kendall both agree they want to give romance a shot on Monday, July 11, and the pair share their first kiss. Despite her happiness, it’s clear Zach is still very much in Kendall’s heart as her eyes set upon his picture. Tad continues to struggle with the state of his marriage and contemplates if he’ll ever find the kind of love he had with Dixie again. Dixie struggles to come out of her slumber. Amanda bristles at JR’s insensitive reaction to her health news. On Tuesday, July 12, Amanda breaks under the pressure of her secrets and comes clean to Jake. She is surprised by his reaction. Tad & Jake have a heart to heart. Angie & David’s uneasy truce moves forward as her treatment progresses. David continues to open up to an affected Angie on Friday, July 15. Jesse admits to Brot that the prospect of Angie getting her sight back terrifies him. At her wits’ end with Mookie, Maya re-approaches Frankie about the job with his parents.

              The Inside Story: Little Boy Blue
              JR does not receive the response he is expecting after sharing his dream with Marissa. After ripping JR a new one, Marissa admits to Scott that she doesn’t really blame anybody but herself for running scared into JR’s bed. JR is hit hard by Scott’s words. Bianca changes the topic when Scott questions what’s going on between her and Marissa but they do both agree that Marissa is better off without JR. JR dumps the liquor he was on the verge of drowning his sorrows in after talking to AJ. Marissa runs into Bianca in the park. She admits she has missed her and then kisses her on Wednesday, July 13. Bianca turns to Kendall for advice after tearing away from Marissa. JR ditches his AA meeting after encountering David & Tad. Sitting at a bar, JR wrestles with not being able to live up to the ideals of being either Dixie’s child or Adam’s. Dixie at the same time remembers talking to JR about his mother and father and cries out for Tad to save her baby. Tad finds JR about to take a drink and talks him down. JR confronts Marissa. Marissa admits to JR that her heart is with somebody else but it’s not Scott, it’s Bianca. JR is completely disbelieving but can’t ignore what he sees as Bianca & Marissa lock eyes after her confession. Marissa stops JR from lashing out at Bianca. JR kicks an apologetic Marissa out and alone succumbs to his alcoholism. Tad tries to reach out to JR after getting the truth out of Maya.

              A Closer Look: Crazy For You
              Jack tells “Erica” she needs to deal with the past before they can start their future. She insists to Jack that running the hospital is all the help she needs and then leaves in search of David. Jane is not pleased to find David with Madison. Greenlee can’t ignore the clues as she follows Erica’s trail straight to David. Griffin purposely misleads Ryan concerning David. Kendall tells Bianca about her and Griffin but admits things aren’t going smoothly. Jane informs David that if he doesn’t embrace her as his future he will run into problems. David turns on the charm with Jane after his attempt at blackmail fails miserably. Convinced he’s keeping something significant from her, in her frustration Kendall calls Griffin out on acting like Zach. Greenlee catches David & “Erica” coming out of his room and blasts them about their affair. On Thursday, July 14, David worries that Ryan is getting too close to the truth after Griffin alerts him to Greenlee’s memory returning. Jack, Opal, Greenlee, Bianca & Kendall confront “Erica” about David. “Erica” scoffs at Jack & Greenlee passing judgment on her, tells Kendall & Bianca they’re adults and don’t need a mother, tells Opal she doesn’t want to be her friend & declares her love for David in front of everybody just as he arrives. Hurt and feeling the fool, Jack takes his leave. David proposes to “Erica” in front of everybody. Ben listens intently as Erica recounts how the ghost of her father has controlled her entire life.

              All My Children News and Headlines:

              AMC ALERTS: WEEK OF JULY 18, 2011

              • Maya is deeply affected by her first interaction with Lucy.
              • Tad receives something personal that belonged to Dixie; meanwhile, Dixie returns to the living in a big way.
              • Marissa opens up to Krystal about everything.
              • Greenlee starts on a mission to get the truth after having a nightmare she believes may actually be a memory.
              • Through will and some luck Erica inches closer to regaining her freedom.
              • All My Children
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                OLTL PreVUE: Week of July 11 Edition

                OLTL PreVUE: Week of July 11 Edition

                (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A look at what’s happening on “One Life to Live” during the week of July 11, 2011.

                THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE

                Jessica slaps Natalie in front of Viki on Monday, July 11. Jessica learns Bree witnessed the altercation. Brody hand over the tape recorder to John, but there’s a problem with it. Natalie begins to recall her fight with Marty. On Tuesday, July 12, Brody gets defensive with Natalie, which alerts John’s suspicions. James and Starr have a romantic interlude. Rick gains leverage over Deanna. Meanwhile, Deanna’s meeting with her lawyer doesn’t go as planned. Nora is determined to find out who hurt Matthew. Bo and Nora discover a clue. Vivian’s words hit too close to home for Destiny. Shaun assumes his sister is just worried about Matthew. Vivian has a talk with Destiny. Ford and Jessica bond. Dani makes a promise to Destiny. Deanna and Nate are out of options. Destiny overhears a conversation between Deanna and Nate. Dani arrives just as Rick is about to film his latest movie. Viki suspects Echo had a hand in David and Dorian’s problems on Friday, July 15. Meanwhile, Echo can’t keep her mouth shut while talking to Dorian, and is forced to take drastic action.

                The Inside Story: Who Am I?
                The man with the scar watches Viki and Todd interact at Llanfair on Monday, July 11. Jack and Todd bond over the secret of Liam’s true paternity. Todd asks his son to investigate Origami Cogs, the company which stole his business plan. Echo overhears Rex plotting revenge against the Mannings. Rex attempts to distract Echo by pointing out that Origami Cogs is really an anagram for Gigi Morasco. Starr clues Blair in about Sam’s odd behavior. Téa is taken back to learn that Sam’s “imaginary” friend has a line on his face. Dorian holds David at gunpoint, however their argument comes to a halt after making a grizzly discovery. David calls the cops. On Tuesday, July 12, the man with Todd’s old face is interrupted while searching Todd’s office. Jack is knocked out. Todd thinks he knows who attacked his son. And Bo asks Rex about his decision to give Gigi’s heart to Clint.

                A Closer Look: Incognito
                Starr is considered about Jack’s friend. Dorian kicks David to the curb. Blair decides its time to have a talk with Sam. David blames Viki for his problems. By Wednesday, July 13, things remain tense between Todd and Téa. Tomas gets angry after seeing Todd manhandling her. Baz eavesdrops as the two men argue. Thinking Sam’s friend was the now dead, Blair takes him to the police station. However, he soon tells her differently, leaving Blair shocked by what he has to say. Todd tell Téa he’s sorry. Baz and Starr exchange information on their fathers. Sam’s family gathers for his birthday party on Thursday, July 14. “Todd” arrives at the party in a costume, where he interacts with the unsuspecting Mannings and Delgados on Friday, July 15. However, Sam soon turns up missing. And John makes a shocking discovery.

                One Life to Live News and Headlines:

                OLTL ALERTS: WEEK OF JULY 18, 2011

                • The two Todds comes face-to-face.
                • Dorian has a surprising hero.
                • Brody bullies Vimal into keeping quiet.
                • Joey and Kelly get closer.
                • Will Dorian and David reunite?
                • One Life to Live
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