ALL ARTICLES BY
Errol Lewis, Editor in Chief
  • Julie Marie Berman Launches Better Buddies

    You've known her as Lulu Spencer on ABC's "General Hospital" since October 2005, but you may not have known that Julie Marie Berman is also a big pet lover. The two time Emmy Award winning actress has joined together with husband Michael Grady and business partner William Busch in launching Better Buddies, Inc., which was designed to help pet owners find the best quality products with an eco-conscious mind. The company's mission is to help with the adoption of pets by pet lovers.
  • ‘General Hospital’ Brings Kate Howard Back to Port Charles

    On Thursday, July 21, ABC Soaps in Depth reported that Kelly Sullivan had been hired as a recast Kate Howard after more than a year since we last saw the character (last played by Megan Ward). Now Soap Opera Network has learned when you can catch your first glimpse of the actress.
  • EXCLUSIVE: ABC Schedules Final Labor Day Airings of ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ with Repeats

    Monday, September 5, 2011 will mark the final Labor Day repeat airing of ABC's canceled daytime dramas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," and likely the second to last time "General Hospital" will air one during its current 3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM PT timeslot as Katie Couric takes over "GH's" slot beginning in September 2012.
  • Ratings Reflection: Kassie DePaiva Comments Proven Right

    "One Life to Live" star Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) had many fans in attendance at last weekends "One Life to Live" Fan Club Weekend Luncheon scratching their heads when she said "I was told by our executive producer yesterday, that on Wednesday we tied with 'Y&R.'" Considering "The Young and the Restless" is daytime's #1 soap, we thought she may have made a mistake too, but it turns out she wasn't wrong at all.
  • Cameron Mathison: A Man With Many Talents

    With today's news that Prospect Park has officially begun making offers to actors in hopes of them joining "All My Children" 2.0 in time for its January 2012 debut, it's only fitting to get an insiders perspective on the innerworkings of a canceled soap opera. Cameron Mathison, who portrays the role of Ryan Lavery on the soap, spoke with Soap Opera Network during the "All My Children" Fan Club Weekend and he shed some light on Prospect Park, being a contributor on "Good Morning America" and even dancing on "Dancing with the Stars."
  • Ron Carlivati Still Heading to ‘General Hospital?’

    Just weeks before the Prospect Park deal to pick up the production and distribution rights of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from the Disney/ABC Television group was announced, ABC revealed that they had decided to move "One Life" head writer Ron Carlivati to "General Hospital" as a script writer once production wrapped on the soap in November. Is that still the case two months later?
  • Report: Susan Lucci Salary to Remain the Same If She Jumps Aboard Prospect Park

    As previously reported, the cast of "All My Children" have received offers from Prospect Park to return to the series upon re-launch in January 2012, nearly four months after the series completes its ABC run. According to Deadline Hollywood's Nellie Andreeva, Prospect Park is offering Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) virtually the same salary she's currently receiving from ABC.
  • Walt Willey Reveals Prospect Park Has Made A Proposal to Actors

    "All My Children's" Walt Willey (Jackson Montgomery) was on today's edition of WGN Chicago's "Midday Fix" and while the actor was there to promote his stand-up act and meet and greets while he was in town, one topic that was up for discussion happened to be about Prospect Park and what its plans are with "AMC" and in particular the actors.
  • Nafessa Williams Also OUT!

    Yesterday, we reported that Barret Helms was out as Baz on ABC's "One Life to Live," now we can also confirm that Nafessa Williams is also out as Deanne Forbes on the drama series.
  • OUT! Barret Helms as Baz on ‘One Life to Live’

    After learning he was joining the cast of "One Life to Live" in the contract role of Baz on the same day the show was canceled back on April 14, Soap Opera Network can confirm that actor Barret Helms is no longer with the show.