Paige Turco (ex-Dinah Marler, "Guiding Light;" ex-Melanie Cortlandt Rampal, "All My Children") has been cast in "NCIS: New Orleans," the planned spinoff of "NCIS," reports Deadline.com.
Lifetime's "Drop Dead Diva" is set to premiere its sixth and final season this March and a slew of former daytime stars have signed on to send the critically acclaimed drama series off in style.
You may remember John Wesley Shipp from his role on "One Life to Live" as the abusive father of the Ford brothers. Or you might know him from his memorable role as football coach Mitch on "Dawson's Creek." Before both of those roles though, John Wesley Shipp was THE FLASH! It's been known for a while now that the CW network intends on remaking the series, but today comes word that Shipp will be playing a mystery role in the series!
Someone in the "Mistresses" casting department must be a "General Hospital" fan: former 'GH' stars Jason Gerhardt (ex-Coop Barrett) and Rebeka Montoya (ex-Dolores Padilla) have signed on for Season 2 of the primetime sudser.
Hot on the heels of “All My Children’s” Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) appearing on “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” comes an appearance by former “General Hospital” actor/musician Rick Springfield (ex-Noah Drake)!
Former “General Hospital” star Nathan Parsons (ex-Ethan Lovett) is straddling sides in the great vampire/werewolf debate: In addition to recently being cast in the role of “True Blood’s” vampire James, the actor will be debuting on The CW’s “The Originals” tomorrow, Tuesday, February 4 — as a werewolf!
As previously reported, soap stars Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery, “All My Children”) and Jack Wagner (ex-Frisco Jones, “General Hospital;” ex-Dominick Marone, “The Bold and the Beautiful”) are set to star in the Hallmark Movie Channel Original movie, "My Gal Sunday," which premieres tonight at 9:00 PM ET on the cable network.
As previously reported, former "General Hospital" actress Emily Wilson (ex-Ellie Trout) is set to appear in an upcoming episode of ABC's "Castle," entitled "Dressed To Kill."
Deadline Hollywood is reporting that Oscar nominated director David O. Russell ("American Hustle" and "Silver Linings Playbook") has received a straight to series 13-episode order from ABC for his newest drama project, "an upstairs/downstairs soap set at a private country club," which will be co-produced by ABC Studios and CBS Television Studios.