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  • ‘Y&R’ Gets New Executive Producer and Head Writer

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    Sony Pictures Television
    "The Young and The Restless" is making major changes at the top. Executive Producer/Head Writer Maria Arena Bell is leaving the show and is being replaced by Jill Farren Phelps, who will be the new Executive Producer, and Josh Griffith, who will be the new Head Writer. READ MORE
  • Jen Lilley’s Emotional Goodbye from GENERAL HOSPITAL; Kirsten Storms Back on Set This Week!

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    Getty Images
    Actress Jen Lilley, who was given the ultimate acting challenge when she replaced Kirsten Storms in the role of Maxie Jones on ABC's "General Hospital" in September 2011 now finds herself relinquishing the role back to Storms as the show prepares a time slot change in the coming weeks. READ MORE
  • Graham Shiels on LEVERAGE

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    IMDb
    Former "General Hospital" and "General Hospital: Night Shift" star Graham Shiels (ex-Cody Paul) will appear on the Sunday, July 22 episode of TNT's "Leverage." READ MORE
  • Multiple Emmy Award Winning Writer Lorraine Broderick Joins ‘DAYS’

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    Gary Tomlin (Photo: Aaron Montgomery/JPI)
    With news of Gary Tomlin and Christopher Whitesell's ascension to the top of the "Days of our Lives" writing team after the NBC daytime soap let go Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr., less than a year after the two were hired to replace Dena Higley, Soap Opera Digest in its newest issue (issue dated April 16, 2012) is reporting that Tomlin and Whitesell has added the multiple Emmy award winning talents of veteran writer Lorraine Broderick to its new regime. READ MORE
  • Ratings: A Closer Look at Daytime Talk

    Before we post the daytime soap opera ratings for the week of March 26-30, 2012, our friend Marc Berman at TV Media Insights has posted the latest ratings for daytime talk shows and things are still looking very bad for ABC's "The Revolution" while "The Chew" has sustained a similar total audience in comparison to former time-period occupant "All My Children." "The View" was in repeats, while "The Talk" on CBS was up year-to-year in total viewers and Women 25-54, flat in Women 18-49 and down in Women 18-34. READ MORE