Errol Lewis, Editor in Chief
This time last year the stars of CBS' "The Young and the Restless" were celebrating a milestone as the daytime drama series officially marked its 25th consecutive year as the most watched in daytime, as noted in the images above. Now a year later, the soap opera is celebrating 26 consecutive years at numero uno!
On Thursday, December 25 and Thursday, January 1, CBS is handing fans of "The Young and the Restless" a wonderful Christmas and New Year's present in the form of original episodes of the daytime drama series, the network recently announced.
She portrayed Heather Stevens on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" for three seasons (2007-2010), but these days actress Vail Bloom is living it up as a reality star in Bravo's "Vanderpump Rules."
ABC Family has given a series order to "Recovery Road," a scripted drama that follows a teenage party girl named Maddie who doesn't think she has a problem until one day she's confronted by her guidance counselor, who forces her to choose between expulsion and rehab as the best way for her to deal with her addiction problems. The series is based on the young adult novel of the same name written by author Blake Nelson.
On the Tuesday, December 16 edition of NBCUniversal's syndicated daytime talker, "The Steve Harvey Show," former "Days of our Lives" actress Alison Sweeney (ex-Sami Brady) sits down with Steve Harvey to talk about her two-decade long run on "DAYS," her hosting duties on NBC's "The Biggest Loser" and her novel, "Scared Scriptless." In your first look clip, Sweeney reveals that it was hard to leave the daytime soap she called home since she was a teenager and that she's kept in touch with her former colleagues via social media. Sweeney also revealed that she's been back to direct several episodes of the daytime drama series since completing filming last May as Sami.
NBCUniversalNBC UniversalNBC recently announced premiere dates for its upcoming midseason dramas “Allegiance, “A.D.," "The Slap" and “Odyssey,” while also slotting the second...
Former "All My Children" star Adam Mayfield (ex-Scott Chandler) has joined the cast of NBC's "Days of our Lives" in an as yet to be revealed role, the actor's website reports.
CBS and Lionsgate's TVGN will rebrand itself in 2015 as POP, a new pop culture network for the younger generation currently tuning into the likes of Bravo and MTV, but the Walt Disney Company's ABC Family cable network might also be in for some massive changes as well, according to a report by Variety.