Entertainment

  • ‘General Hospital’ and ‘Baby Daddy’ Stage Crossover Story; Kelly Monaco to Guest on ABC Family Sitcom

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    Todd Wawrychuk/ABC
    “General Hospital’s” Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall) is heading to primetime in an interesting cross-promotional move: The ABC actress will be guest starring on ABC Family’s sitcom, “Baby Daddy,” as an over-the-top version of herself!
  • New OWN/Tyler Perry Series ‘If Loving You Is Wrong’ Premieres Tomorrow; Features ‘AMC,’ ‘DAYS’ and ‘OLTL’ Stars!

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    Courtesy of OWN
    Time to upgrade your fire extinguishers, because Tyler Perry’s new series for OWN, “If Loving You Is Wrong,” is scorching hot! Not only will the first scenes and beyond have your jaws dropping, the steamy drama also stars former “All My Children” star Aiden Turner (ex-Aidan Devane), former "One Life to Live" star Charles Malik Whitfield (ex-Ben Price), and Joel Rush, who had a short stint as an assistant manager on NBC’s “Days of our Lives!”
  • ‘Y&R’ Actor Joins NBC Drama

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    Steven Bergman
    “The Young and the Restless’” Chris McKenna (Det. Mark Harding) is having quite a great time solving mysteries in Genoa City, but that hasn’t stopped the actor from trying his hand at primetime — a feat he just accomplished!
  • ‘OLTL’s’ Judith Light Stars in Devilishly Dark New Comedy

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    Howard Wise/JPI Studios
    Judith Light (Judith Ryland, “Dallas;” ex-Karen Wolek, “One Life to Live”) is probably best known for her onscreen comedic entanglement with Tony Danza on “Who’s the Boss?,” and her next project is set to be just as funny — but with an unconventional twist!
  • ABC’s Reinvention Plan For ‘The View’ Continues With the Naming of New Senior Executive Team

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    As previously reported, ABC's "The View" is currently in reinvention mode. While it gets ready to launch its new season on Monday, September 15, the show will not only have a new studio, new color scheme and logo, it'll also have a new behind the scenes executive team who will spearhead the production of the talk show with c0-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell leading the way in front of the camera. The network officially announced that Bill Wolff, previously of "The Rachel Maddow Show," will take over as executive producer. He succeeds Bill Geddie, who helmed the show from its beginnings in 1997 until this past season. Brian Balthazar, who helped launch the fourth hour of "The Today Show" has been appointed co-executive producer.