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Kimberly McCullough, Freeform, Pretty Little Liars
On the Tuesday, January 26 episode of Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars," entitled "The Gloves Are On," former "Days of our Lives" actor Blake Berris (ex-Nick Fallon) makes his debut as Damian Hayes. While you won't be seeing "General Hospital's Kimberly McCullough (ex-Robin Scorpio) on camera, you might want to pay special attention to the opening and closing credits as the actress directed the episode.
Nathan Fillion, Kassie DePaiva
On a special Sunday, February 14 episode of ABC's "Castle," former "One Life to Live" actress Kassie DePaiva (ex-Blair Cramer; Eve Donovan, "Days of our Lives") will reunite with series star Nathan Fillion, who portrayed the role of Joey Buchanan on the daytime soap in the 1990's, Soap Opera Network has learned.
Blake Berris
Former "Days of our Lives" star Blake Berris (ex-Nick Fallon) will guest-star in the Monday, February 22 episode of CBS' "Supergirl," Soap Opera Network has learned. He'll play the role of Gabriel Phillips, a handsome fugitive with a secret who falls under the sway of an even more dangerous enemy. In addition to the hit series from DC Comics and Warner Bros. Television, Berris will also appear in at least two upcoming episodes of Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars."
RightThisMinute
Following the cancellation of Disney/ABC Domestic Television's "FABLife," the ABC Owned Television Stations will replace the daytime talker beginning in Fall 2016 with "RightThisMinute," a viral video series that will now be distributed by Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution. The show is produced by MagicDust Television in conjunction with television station groups Cox Media Group, Raycom Media, Inc. and The E.W. Scripps Company.
FABLife
There won't be a second season for Disney/ABC Domestic Television's "FABLife," it was announced today by Janice Marinelli, president, Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution. The show will remain in production and produce original episodes for the remainder of the season.
Darin Brooks
"The Bold and the Beautiful's" Darin Brooks (Wyatt Fuller) is heading back to "Blue Mountain State," but don't worry, he isn't leaving the CBS soap. The actor, who starred in the Spike TV series from 2010 to 2011, is appearing in the movie sequel, “Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland.”