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  • ‘One Life’s’ David A. Gregory Appears on Tonight’s ‘It Girl, Interrupted’ Episode of ‘Gossip Girl’

    In tonight's episode of "Gossip Girl," entitled "It Girl, Interrupted," Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) is looking to remove herself from the spotlight as part of the popular entourage known as the Upper East Siders now that she's been tasked as the newest behind-the-scenes *ish maker for the group (aka: Gossip Girl herself). "One Life to Live's" David A. Gregory appears in the episode as Aidan, the boy toy of Diana Payne (guest star Elizabeth Hurley, who returns as the founding editor of the fictional Spectator newspaper).
  • ‘Days of our Lives’ Put on Notice by NBC?

    On the heels of "Days of our Lives" replacing the head writing team of Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr. with a new head writing team consisting of Gary Tomlin and Christopher Whitesell, TV Guide's Stephen Battaglio is reporting that part of the deal NBC signed in order to keep Matt Lauer with the network late last week could include a possible fifth hour of "The Today Show."
  • UPDATE: Florencia Lozano Heading to ‘General Hospital’

    After weeks of speculation, Soap Opera Network can now report that actress Florencia Lozano will be reprising her role as Téa Delgado from "One Life to Live" on ABC's "General Hospital" in the coming weeks. The news was broken by website We Love Soaps.
  • Jack Wagner To Appear on ‘Anderson Cooper’

    The actor will discuss "Dancing with the Stars" and learning he had a long-lost daughter.
  • Disney/ABC Television Group Now Measuring iPad Usage via Nielsen Media Research

    On Wednesday, March 28, the Disney/ABC Television Group and Nielsen Media Research announced they would begin measuring behavior in consumers using proprietary metering technology.
  • Soaps 311: The Life and Times of Soap Opera Mastermind William J. Bell

    On Friday, June 1, 2012, Source Books (publisher of the recent "Days of our Lives" series of novels and coffee books) has scheduled the hardcover release of "The Young and Restless Life of William J. Bell: Creator of The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful," which covers the life and times of one of daytime's most creative minds.
  • Finola Hughes Upped to Contract Status with ABC’s ‘General Hospital’

    Finola Hughes, who has portrayed Anna Devane on "All My Children," "General Hospital" and its spin-off "General Hospital: Night Shift" over the course of nearly thirty years, has been bumped to contract status at "GH" according to executive producer Frank Valentini, who made the announcement via Twitter.
  • Multiple Emmy Award Winning Writer Lorraine Broderick Joins ‘DAYS’

    With news of Gary Tomlin and Christopher Whitesell's ascension to the top of the "Days of our Lives" writing team after the NBC daytime soap let go Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr., less than a year after the two were hired to replace Dena Higley, Soap Opera Digest in its newest issue (issue dated April 16, 2012) is reporting that Tomlin and Whitesell has added the multiple Emmy award winning talents of veteran writer Lorraine Broderick to its new regime.
  • Ratings: A Closer Look at Daytime Talk

    Before we post the daytime soap opera ratings for the week of March 26-30, 2012, our friend Marc Berman at TV Media Insights has posted the latest ratings for daytime talk shows and things are still looking very bad for ABC's "The Revolution" while "The Chew" has sustained a similar total audience in comparison to former time-period occupant "All My Children." "The View" was in repeats, while "The Talk" on CBS was up year-to-year in total viewers and Women 25-54, flat in Women 18-49 and down in Women 18-34.
  • Marlene McPherson Tweets About Ouster from ‘Days of our Lives’

    Earlier today Soap Opera Network broke the story that NBC's "Days of our Lives" has decided to end its relationship with co-head writers Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr. The female half of the dynamic team has now spoken out against the decision by revealing that the two weren't given enough of a chance to develop the soap to where they wanted it to go thanks to network interference.