James Franco's name was brought back into soap opera news last week when reports surfaced that "General Hospital" headwriter Ron Carlivati wished to bring Franco back to the soap. However, it looks like the A-list actor already has quite a few projects on his plate. One of those projects is the film "Maladies," featuring Franco as a former soap opera actor who has trouble dealing with his mental illness as well as the mental illnesses of his two housemates.
The 2014 Winter Olympics are now underway, so it's time for an Olympics edition of Tweet This, Tweet That! Each week we compile some of the most hilarious, thought-provoking, controversial, or interesting tweets from some of daytime's most popular stars.
Someone in the "Mistresses" casting department must be a "General Hospital" fan: former 'GH' stars Jason Gerhardt (ex-Coop Barrett) and Rebeka Montoya (ex-Dolores Padilla) have signed on for Season 2 of the primetime sudser.
Movie star Ryan Phillippe once broke network television ground by portraying the first openly gay teenager on a daytime soap opera. Now, for the first time since appearing as Billy Douglas on "One Life to Live," Phillippe is set to return to an ABC series.
We're exactly one month away from the debut of new web series "Beacon Hill" and today Open Book Productions/Bella Productions released a new trailer to get the anticipation rising. It turns out not everything is what it seems in Massachusetts politics!
Today the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. Which of your favorite daytime stars picked the Broncos to win - and who has the Seahawks? Which soap actors are more concerned with Super Bowl food than football? And who may be making an appearance on your television tonight? Check it out in this week's Tweet This, Tweet That!
It's official: "Days of Our Lives" is the winner of Parade Magazine's "Soap Opera Showdown!" As we reported yesterday, Parade held a four-round tournament this week where fans could vote for their favorite soap opera to advance to the next round. "DAYS" defeated "Love of Life," "The Bold and the Beautiful," and "Guiding Light" to advance to the finals yesterday.
Earlier this week Parade Magazine announced a tournament to determine the greatest soap opera of all time. According to Parade, "We need your help to crown the greatest daytime drama ever with a four-round tournament." In this "Soap Opera Showdown," fans are able to vote for their favorite soap to advance to the next round.
Earlier today on Twitter, Strasser revealed that she recently asked Prospect Park Productions to pay out the balance of her one-year contract. According to Strasser, she only worked and was paid for eleven weeks before production was halted, despite signing on for a year. "#PPP sed w/ due respect: NO," Strasser tweeted.