When life gives you lemons, you’re supposed to make lemonade. But when former “All My Children” actors Debbie Morgan (ex-Angie Hubbard) and Ricky Paull Goldin (ex-Jake Martin, “AMC;” ex-Jesse Torres, “The Bold and the Beautiful;” ex-Gus Aitoro, “Guiding Light;” Andrew Miller, “Beacon Hill”) were given the very lemon-esque news that their sudser had been cancelled, they decided to make much more than lemonade: They paired up to executive produce an MTV special!
Congratulations are in order for “Days of our Lives” star Bryan Dattilo (Lucas Horton): He and his wife, Elizabeth, are expecting a child!
According to Soap Opera Digest, the couple will welcome their first child together this summer. This is the second baby for Dattilo, who is already a father to son Gabe, 14. “I miss my son as a baby so much,” the actor told SOD. “I love him as a young man now, but when he was a baby, it was insane.”
“I’m more prepared in the sense that I know what’s coming: the hard work, responsibility and lack of sleep,” he continues. “It’s a long road. But I’m very content and happy.”
Former “As the World Turns” star Dylan Bruce (ex-Chris Hughes) has a little something to sing about: His series, the BBC America conspiracy clone thriller “Orphan Black,” debuts its season two premiere episode this weekend!
The series — not to be confused with Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” — follows an outcast orphan named Sarah (Tatiana Maslany), whose life dramatically changes upon discovering she’s a clone. Bruce is reprising his role as Paul, an ex-Army officer caught in the crosshairs of the clone world. Stars Jordan Gavaris and Maria Doyle Kennedy will also return.
As we previously reported, “The Young and the Restless’” Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) is guest-starring on tonight’s episode of CBS’ hit sitcom, “The Crazy Ones.” The actress will be playing boozy librarian named Flora who enlists the help of Simon (Robin Williams) and his team to help her save her library.
To catch the one-hour season finale episode of the series, which also stars Sarah Michelle Gellar (ex-Kendall Hart, “All My Children”), tune into CBS tonight at 9:00 PM ET/PT.
The leading women of Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” better have buckets upon buckets of cleaning supplies at the ready, because the series’ second season premieres this weekend, and it looks like the stories will be messier than ever!
Stars Ana Ortiz (Marisol), Dania Ramirez (Rosie), Roselyn Sanchez (Carmen) Edy Ganem (Valentina) and Judy Reyes (Zoila) return to the screen on Sunday, April 20 in an exciting pickup of last season: As viewers may recall, the finale ended with Marisol, Zoila, Rosie and Carmen exposing the murderer of another maid, Flora (Paula Garces)!
As we previously reported, former “All My Children” star Robert Scott Wilson (ex-Pete Cortlandt) is headed to “Days of our Lives,” where he’ll be taking over Justin Gaston’s role as Ben. Hot on the heels of the news, the actor himself took to Instagram to comment on his new journey — as well as his final episode of “The Price Is Right” (where he debuted as the show’s first male model) and the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
During “The Young and the Restless’” recent 41st anniversary celebration, Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) told Soap Opera Network that he’s one of the luckiest men in daytime. And if you look at his embarrassment of riches — an impressive 33 year career in soaps, numerous Emmy nominations and wins, exciting storylines, and talented co-stars — it’s easy to see what he means. But lately, he’s been feeling exceptionally blessed. Read on to find out why!
“The Young and the Restless” viewers were hit with a one-two punch regarding the role of Kelly Andrews: Former portrayer Cynthia Watros was officially announced as stepping out of the role in order to take part in MTV’s new series “Finding Carter,” while Emmy winner Cady McClain (Dixie, “All My Children;” Roseanna, “As the World Turns”) was announced to be stepping into the role of the grieving mother. But how did the exciting swap come about? Read on to find out from the actress, who makes her Genoa City debut this Wednesday, April 16!
For those of you who have been tuning in to see “The Young and the Restless’” Ignacio Serricchio (Alex Chavez) during season nine of Fox’s series, “Bones,” the actor has good news: He’s fairly certain he’ll be appearing in season 10, as well!
“Hopefully I’ll be back for season 10. I’m pretty sure I will: I’ve talked with the execs and they really like my character,” he tells Soap Opera Network. “I’ve been having a great time. I love everybody there.”
But as for whether or not he’ll be appearing on “Y&R” any time in the near future remains to be seen. “Alex is still around, but he’s probably on some very, very undercover assignment,” jokes the actor, who’s on recurring status with the sudser. “But I’ll be back: They can’t get rid of me that easily!”
For more information on “Bones,” check out the show’s official website.
Fur is flying over on “The Young and the Restless,” but it’s more than just of the coat variety during the sudser’s big fashion show this week: The recent rivalry between Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) and Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) comes to a dramatic and rather violent head beginning today, and the fallout may change the canvas forever!