Jared Kaplan, Contributing Editor
Yesterday the Lifetime Network announced a premiere date and cast for the sequel to its successful adaptation of V.C. Andrews' iconic (and controversial!) book "The Flowers in the Attic."
It's not often that you'll see the big four networks - ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox - working together, but this past Thursday, representatives from each network put the competition aside for a good cause.
Sonny Corinthos may have his hands full on "General Hospital" lately, but his portrayer, Maurice Benard, managed to find the time to film a movie last year! It's called "The Ghost and The Whale" and it features Benard as a bipolar man who is shrouded in mystery surrounding the death of his wife at sea.
Actor James Rebhorn, perhaps best known to soap fans as as the abusive stepfather of Beth Raines on "Guiding Light," passed away in his home this past Friday afternoon at the age of 65.
Former "Guiding Light" and "All My Children" alum Paige Turco (ex-Dinah Marler, "GL"; ex-Lanie Cortlandt Rampal, "AMC") may have not one, but two big hits on her hands! In addition to recently being cast on the upcoming "NCIS" spin-off, Turco also stars on the post-apocalyptic drama "The 100", which just debuted on the CW last night.
After "General Hospital's" A.J. Quartermaine was shot and put into critical condition by Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) a few weeks ago, fans began speculating if this could be the end of the line for the long-time Port Charles resident. Even so, it comes as a shock today that A.J.'s portrayer, Sean Kanan, has confirmed that he will be leaving "GH" at the end of this month to return to his role on "The Bold and the Beautiful."
In a cross-complaint suit made available by Deadline.com, ABC is now suing PPN for "all unpaid series fees owned up to and through the date of the trial of this action as a result of Prospect Park's failure to pay in breach of the License Agreement."
The war between ABC and Prospect Park Networks over "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" continues to rage on, but today Prospect Park Networks took an expected step: filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.