It was quite exciting news when word leaked that “The Partridge Family” star Shirley Jones was headed to “General Hospital” in February, but it looks like her Port Charles storyline may lead to even more of a thrill!
TV Guide reports that the Oscar winner and sitcom icon (who also appeared on “Days of our Lives” as Irish matriarch Colleen Brady back in 2008) will play Mrs. McClain, a lonely widow who sees something strange and disconcerting while paying a visit to her late husband’s grave.
CBS Daytime is proving that it just won’t stop when it comes to high ratings, with the latest Nielsen live plus same day numbers showing another increase for “The Young and the Restless” and record breaking numbers for “The Talk!”
According to a CBS press release, “The Bold and the Beautiful” delivered a weekly audience of 4.14 million viewers for the week ending Sunday, January 12. Meanwhile, “The Young and the Restless” had its best week since January 2010 with a whopping 5.47 million viewers.
It looks like former “General Hospital” star Nathan Parsons (ex-Ethan Lovett) has some bloody good news to celebrate: He’s been cast in the role of James on HBO’s “True Blood!”
Look for Parsons to make his debut as the hunky young vampire rumored to be in a love triangle when “True Blood” returns for its seventh and final season this summer.
Canadian fans of “The Young and the Restless” actress Sharon Case (Sharon Newman) may have the chance to get up close and personal with the Genoa City star, as she’s heading to Ontario for a star-studded event!
On Friday, January 17, the actress will join actor/producer DTeflon to host An Evening With the Stars Sick Kids Hospital Believe Foundation at the Ivy Social Club in Vaughan, Ontario. The event begins at 10:00PM with a private dinner followed by a meet-and-greet after party from 12:00 to 2:00AM.
Soap opera fans may best know actress June Squibb from her 2008-2009 stint as Katherine Chancellor’s (Jeanne Cooper) diner friend, Pearl, on “The Young and the Restless,” but the rest of the world will see her shine at this year’s Academy Awards for her role in Alexander Payne’s film, “Nebraska.”
The former soap actress joins Sally Hawkins, Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong’o and Julia Roberts in the category of Best Supporting Actress.
Watch for the Academy Awards to air on ABC on Sunday, March 2.
Even though she’s on “Days of our Lives,” hosts “The Biggest Loser,” and graces the covers of countless magazines, the world just can’t seem to get enough of Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady). And now fans of the busy mom of two have another venture to look forward to: Her new book, “Scared Scriptless.”
The actress took to Twitter to announce the reveal of the book’s cover, along with a link to details about the book, which is due out in bookstores on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. “Just in — my book cover!” she wrote. “So excited 2 share with you!! Like it?”
The recent behind-the-scenes drama over at “The Young and the Restless” has created quite a storm, but a little bit of sunshine broke through the clouds today when CBS announced it has renewed the 40-year-old soap opera through 2017. Fans of the show have taken to Twitter to congratulate the cast and crew, and they’re not alone in the celebration: The actors are also thrilled that the sudser they call home received the official extension.
“This is amazing news!” Daniel Goddard (Cane) tweeted. “You, our amazing fans, will get to enjoy ‘Y&R’ for years to come!”
Added Joshua Morrow (Nicholas): “Huge thank you to all of our fans… U appreciate what we do… U stick with us through our ups and downs… our rich history lives on because of u!”
The entertainment world has seen yet another sad loss: Actor Frank Marth (ex-Lt. Phil Parker, “The Young and the Restless”) died on Sunday, January 12 in Rancho Mirage, California, from heart failure and Alzheimer’s disease.
Though best known for his background roles on “The Honeymooners” opposite Jackie Gleason, Audrey Meadows and Art Carney, the 91-year-old appeared in a slew of television and films throughout his more than 50 years in show business. Some of them include “Barnaby Jones,” “The Six Million Dollar Man,” his 1986 stint on “Y&R,” a detective in “Madame X” opposite Lana Turner and an Air Force man in the Gregory Peck film “Marooned.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, which first reported the story, services for the beloved actor will be private.
While it seems that the entire world has been abuzz over the recent news that “The Young and the Restless’” Michael Muhney (ex-Adam Newman) was reportedly fired for sexual misconduct, there’s been one person who’s been unusually quiet as of late: Muhney himself. And now Radar Online is reporting that there’s a very specific reason why the once vocal star is keeping mum!
According to the publication, which also ran the controversial recent interview with Muhney’s former co-star, Eric Braeden (Victor Newman), the Illinois native has been “muzzled” by CBS and Sony and is not allowed to talk about the sexual allegations launched against him nor Braeden’s interview. “Eric’s comments were off base and his version of the events is very different from Michael’s,” a source close to Muhney told Radar. “It’s very frustrating that Eric made these remarks, because Michael has been ordered by Sony and CBS to not discuss anything about the show or cast.
Robert Adamson may best be known as “The Young and the Restless’” Noah Newman, but what many fans might not know is that the actor is also a talented director. He’s made several short films — and he even met his real life flame, Linsey Godfrey (Caroline Spencer, “The Bold and the Beautiful”), after casting her in one of his recent projects! Soap Opera Network caught up with Adamson, who gave us the scoop on his films, love life, “Y&R” and more!