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  • ‘Y&R’s’ Jerry Douglas Schedules Performances With Comedian Rich Little

    On Friday, November 29, "The Young and the Restless'" Jerry Douglas (John Abbott) will be performing alongside comedian Rich Little at The Canyon in Agoura Hills and on Saturday, November 30, in case you miss Douglas the day prior, the actor will also be performing at The Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. Showtimes for both events will be at 8:00 PM.
  • SOAP STARS IN MUSIC VIDEOS: Patrick Muldoon ‘Waiting For Superman’

    In Daughtry's new music video for the song "Waiting for Superman," former "Days of our Lives" star Patrick Muldoon (ex-Austin Reed) is seen portraying a character looking to end it all as he contemplates jumping out of the window of a high rise building.
  • ‘OLTL’s’ Erika Slezak Accused of Using Racial Slurs By Former Co-Star

    In the new book, "Llanview in the Afternoon: An Oral History of One Life to Live," actress Ellen Holly (ex-Clara "Carla" Hall) accused former co-star Erika Slezak (Viki Lord Buchanan) of getting her fired off of the ABC soap back in the 1980's. The actress says Slezak used the words, "Get those two black bitches out of my face," in reference to Holly and Lillian Hayman (Sadie Gray) during an anniversary party for the show in 1983. Until now, Slezak had not commented on the matter since the book hit Amazon and other outlets in early September.
  • ‘DAYS’ Star Eric Martsolf To Appear in Macy’s Holiday Parade

    Eric Martsolf (Brady Black, "Days of our Lives") is scheduled to take part in the 33rd annual "WPXI Presents: My Macy’s Holiday Parade" (previously "Celebrate the Season Parade"), the NBC affiliate announced last week.
  • Prospect Park: ‘We Are Not Commenting’

    With "All My Children's" Debbi Morgan confirming that her show (and likely "One Life to Live") has been canceled after getting word from Prospect Park's lawyers in the last couple of days, Soap Opera Network once again reached out to Prospect Park to find out if A) Are both shows now officially canceled. B) Is Prospect Park possibly seeking/able to try another reboot down the road. C) How does this cancellation relate to their rights to the shows and D) Do the rights now revert back to ABC.
  • ‘Yea, We’ve Been Canceled,’ Says ‘All My Children’ Actress Debbi Morgan

    While Prospect Park has yet to confirm the news to the press, "All My Children" star Debbi Morgan (Angela Hubbard) has confirmed that the soap is officially canceled. The actress tweeted, "my manager was given the news by PP's lawyer," when asked by a fan whether or not the show was now officially canceled after her previous tweets on Saturday, November 9 all but confirmed the news that the actors were informed by the production company. To make it clear as day to anyone still with hope, Morgan responded to another tweeter and said, "Yea, we've been canceled."
  • Is Blake Berris Leaving ‘DAYS,’ Again?

    In the coming weeks a storyline involving the characters of Nick Fallon and Gabi Hernandez gets physically violent and rumors are now swirling about the possibility that as a result of the storyline, Nick's portrayer, Blake Berris, may be leaving the "Days of our Lives" canvas.
  • Is Blackie Parrish (John Stamos) Blacklisted from ‘GH’?

    Earlier today a fan tweeted, "@JohnStamos @carlivatiron @valentinifrank #BringBlackieBack #GH," which attracted the attention of the intended parties, but the responses themselves were the least expected of all.Stamos, who portrayed Blackie Parrish on ABC's "General Hospital" in the 1980's replied to the tweet and said, "Sociopathic! You don't remember phone call in @valentinifrank office?" As confusing as the tweet appeared, it became less confusing when "GH" head writer Ron Carlivati responded to Stamos' tweet with, "Yes, I remember it well. But for some reason you seem determined to rewrite the narrative."
  • Drake Hogestyn Back On Contract With ‘DAYS'; Actor Shares He’s Sold His House!

    Drake Hogestyn is not only returning to NBC's "Days of our Lives" in the early part of the new year as his iconic character, John Black, he's also returning to contract status with the daytime drama series. The actor confirmed his new status with the soap to Soap Opera Network during today's "A Day of Days" fan event at Universal CityWalk Hollywood.
  • Freddie Smith: Guy Wilson Replacing Chandler Massey on ‘DAYS’ Beginning in January 2014

    During today's "A Day of Days" fan event at Universal CityWalk Hollywood, actor Freddie Smith shared with Soap Opera Network that Guy Wilson will replace Chandler Massey in the role of Will Horton beginning in January 2014. The actor noted that viewers will see Chandler one day and the next day they'll see Guy (ie. Will is not leaving town only to return played by a new actor).