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Kambra Clifford, West Coast Editor
  • ‘DAYS’’ Alison Sweeney Headed to ‘GH!’

    Now that she’s wrapped up her 21-year stint as “Days of our Lives’” Samantha Brady, Alison Sweeney (Samantha Brady) is heading to a different soap opera: “General Hospital!”
  • Sizzlin’ Summer Preview: ‘The Young and the Restless’ Gets Hot, Hot, Hot!

    Forget about the sun, BBQ flames and bikini-clad bodies: The one thing that will be heating up the most this summer is CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.” From shocking secrets, babydaddy drama, rip-roaring returns and more, the CBS sudser is pulling out all of the stops in the weeks to come — and Soap Opera Network spoke with several cast members to get the exciting scoop!
  • Tonight OnTV: ‘Y&R’s’ Cynthia Watros Debuts on MTV’s ‘Finding Carter’

    “The Young and the Restless’” Cynthia Watros (ex-Kelly Andrews) departed the soap world for the second time after landing a role on the MTV show “Finding Carter,” and now viewers can see her in action when the new series debuts with a special two-episode premiere tonight!
  • UPDATE: Exec Confirms ‘B&B’ Headed to Secret European Location; Possibly Amsterdam?

    CBS’ hit soap, “The Bold and the Beautiful” has recently traveled to Dubai, Monaco and Paris for on-location scenes, and it looks like the globetrotting sudser will be at it again very soon, according to executive producer Bradley P. Bell.
  • ‘Y&R’s’ Steve Burton Announces He’s a Dad Again

    Congratulations are in order for “The Young and the Restless’ Steve Burton (Dylan McAvoy; ex-Jason Morgan, “General Hospital”), who announced today on Twitter that his wife, Sheree, has given birth to their third child.
  • Senior Vice President of CBS Daytime: David Tom/Burgess Jenkins ‘Y&R’ Recast Was a ‘Hard Decision’

    “The Young and the Restless’” Billy Abbot has seen quite a transformation in recent months. After portrayer Billy Miller decided to walk away from the show in January of this year, former portrayer David Tom was cast in the role. But just a few short months later, it was announced that Tom — who previously played the character from 1999 to 2002 — had been ordered to pack his bags so that daytime newcomer Burgess Jenkins could step into the role. And while it was Miller’s decision to leave the character he’d played since 2008, the same cannot be said for Tom, who was reportedly very surprised to learn he’d been replaced with Jenkins after just four months of being back in the role! So what happened to lead to such a quick casting turnaround? We asked CBS Vice President of Daytime, Angelica McDaniel, who told Soap Opera Network that the recast was not an easy turn of events for anyone involved.
  • DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS RED CARPET: Maura West in ‘GH’ Dress

    Soap Opera Network's coverage of the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards red carpet continues, this time with "General Hospital's" Maura West (Ava Jerome), who opted for a silver gown for the night's event.
  • DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS RED CARPET: ‘GH’s’ Tyler Christopher in Sy Devore

    The red carpet for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards was filled with the sexy men of soap operas, including "General Hospital's" Tyler Christopher (Nikolas Cassadine), who wore a custom made creation for the night's event.
  • DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS RED CARPET: ‘OLTL’s’ Jennifer Pepperman and Tuc Watkins

    The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were something extra special for Jennifer Pepperman, the executive producer of Prospect Park's online version of "One Life to Live." The sudser was the first ever online show to be nominated for Outstanding Drama Series during the Daytime Emmy awards, a fact that actor Tuc Watkins (David Vickers, "OLTL") was also celebrating.
  • DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS RED CARPET: ‘AMC’ and ‘OLTL’s’ Richard Frank and Leslie Miller

    With "One Life to Live" up for Outstanding Drama Series during the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, it was no surprise to see Prospect Park founder Richard Frank and his wife, "All My Children" and "One Life to Live's" "More" show host Leslie Miller, on the red carpet.