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Errol Lewis is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of Soap Opera Network.
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today the cast of its newest Tyler Perry drama series, "If Loving You is Wrong."Previously titled "Single Mom's Club," the series follows the relationships of a group of husbands and wives that live and love on the same street. While they all come from very different backgrounds, their lives are similar – raising children, dealing with exes, worrying about money and keeping romance in their relationships. But just below the surface - secrets, lies and deception threaten to destroy what they have built.Former "All My Children" actor Aiden Turner (ex-Aidan Devane) has been cast as Bill, the husband of Amanda Clayton's (“John Carter”) Alex. While on the surface Bill and Alex's relationship seems solid, a secret threatens to derail everything they hold important. The two have two children together.Also starring in the series is Zulay Henao (“The Single Moms Club”) as Esperanza, the ex-wife of Edward, played by Joel Rush...
You heard it here first last month when Soap Opera Network reported that should the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) not secure a television deal in time for the Sunday, June 22 awards telecast of the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, the program will be streamed online.
Famous for her red hair, Phyllis Summers on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" is about to get a new face. As previously reported, Gina Tognoni ("Guiding Light," "One Life to Live") is set to take on the role previously portrayed by Michelle Stafford, who is now appearing on ABC's "General Hospital." For fans wondering if Tognoni will be bringing back the fiery red look, the actress recently tweeted a response using an interesting hair quote/factoid.
On Wednesday, June 4, the official "General Hospital" fan club announced on Twitter (@OfficialGHFC) that Wally Kurth will return as emcee for this year's "Blast from the Past" event, which provides fans with a rare opportunity of seeing past stars from the 51 years of the show together on stage. "It's true. I'm back for another year!" said Kurth on Twitter following the announcement."Blast from the Past" is one of several events taking place during the popular "General Hospital Fan Club Weekend," which gives attendees up close and personal time with many of the show's popular stars. The event is scheduled for Sunday, August 3.Last year the event was a roaring success, as the show celebrated its 50th anniversary, but for those thinking they might not attend this year for whatever reason, keep in mind that the event does not typically happen annually. Under normal circumstances, the event occurs every five years,...
Fans who've attended the "General Hospital" fan club weekend over the years have had the pleasure of experiencing music by former "GH" star Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky Spencer) and his Enation band. Surprisingly enough, the band, which includes Jackson's real-life brother, Richard Lee, and Daniel Sweatt, have yet to perform in front of a national audience. That will soon change when they perform their new single, "Everything Is Possible," from their upcoming fall 2014 album, on ABC's "The View" and the syndicated/online talk show, "The Better Show," co-hosted by former "All My Children" actress Rebecca Budig (ex-Greenlee Smythe).

‘GH’s’ Teresa Castillo Delivers Baby Girl

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 11:09 PM EDT
On Thursday, May 29, "General Hospital's" Teresa Castillo (Sabrina Santiago) delivered her first child – a girl – with husband Shane Aaron. The actress tweeted yesterday, "My husband and I are happy to announce the arrival of our baby girl, Victoria Milani. She was born on May 29th. We are in LOVE."
In the final segment of the Friday, May 30 episode of ABC's "General Hospital," the real Luke Spencer (Anthony Geary) asked the question, "Who are you?" to the person who has been impersonating him for the past several months. To amp up the drama, fans were treated to a chilling scene in which somber music played in the background as Fluke (aka: Fake Luke) responded and said, "Who am I? That's the million-dollar question, isn't it? Who do I look like? You? Lucas Lorenzo Spencer? But you want to know who is behind the face. You want to know who's pulling the strings, doing the dance. You want to know whose big, buzzing brain is behind this genius plan. Let me tell you in the simplest possible terms. Wouldn't you like to know?" Fluke then winked at Luke.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is set to formally announce a list of individuals scheduled to attend as presenters for the 41st Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards later today, Soap Opera Network has learned. The list includes several of daytime's biggest and brightest stars, past and present, and a number of behind the scenes talents from "All My Children," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Days of our Lives," "General Hospital," "One Life to Live" and "The Young and the Restless," among other forms of daytime programming.
In an interview with "Entertainment Tonight," which aired this weekend in its entirety and was conducted by her former "All My Children" co-star Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery), actress Cady McClain (Kelly Andrews, "The Young and the Restless"; ex-Dixie Martin, "AMC") talks about her new book, "Murdering My Youth: A Memoir," where she reveals that her parents used her for financial gain, how her years of sexual abuse at the hands of her father nearly led her down an emotional breaking point after filming love scenes at "AMC," and how her marriage to "General Hospital's" Jon Lindstrom (Kevin Collins) has helped her grow.

R.I.P. Lee Chamberlin (1938-2014)

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Sunday, June 1, 2014 9:56 PM EDT
On Sunday, May 25, Lee Chamberlin, an actress and playwright, died at the age of 76 after a battle with cancer.Born February 14, 1938, soap fans will recall Chamberlin for her portrayal of Pat Baxter on ABC's "All My Children." The character was Dr. Angela Hubbard's (Debbi Morgan) mother and appeared on the daytime soap from 1982 to 1991. The character also appeared on an episode of "Loving."