As previously reported, "Grey's Anatomy" star Chandra Wilson (Dr. Miranda Bailey) will appear on the Wednesday, January 29 episode of ABC's "General Hospital." The actress will appear as a patient of Dr. Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom), who goes to General Hospital for her regularly scheduled appointment. Since we first reported last month on Wilson's appearance on her favorite soap, many have been wanting to learn more about the character she will portray and now we can share all you need to know!
As previously reported, Daniel Cosgrove is joining the cast of NBC's "Days of our Lives" in the role of Aiden, but what you may not have known is that the actor is playing Salem's newest attorney. The actor is scheduled to first air on Wednesday, January 22 as Aiden gets more than he hoped for when he butts heads with Hope Brady (Kristian Alfonso) over their children.
Soap Opera Network has learned that actor Robert Craighead is returning to CBS' "The Young and the Restless" next month as Judge Wayne in scenes with Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin), Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore), Lauralee Bell (Christine ) and Max Ehrich (Fenmore Baldwin).
CBS' "The Young and the Restless" is gearing up for an actor switch in the coming weeks for the character of Billy Abbott, currently played by Billy Miller.
As previously reported, "Grey's Anatomy" star Chandra Wilson (Dr. Miranda Bailey) will be appearing on ABC's "General Hospital" in scenes alongside Jon Lindstrom's Kevin Collins on Thursday, January 29 (previously scheduled for Tuesday, January 28 before a national preemption occurred on Friday, December 20, 2013). In honor of her upcoming appearance, the show released an image of the actress on set posing with "GH" executive producer Frank Valentini and actor Roger Howarth (Franco).
While character and storyline details are not yet known, a rep for ABC's "General Hospital" confirms that Shirley Jones, former star of "The Partridge Family" and "Shirley," will appear on the daytime soap opera in an episode airing next month.
Soap Opera Network has learned exclusively that Candice Stewart, best known for her stint on last season's "Big Brother," will appear on the Monday, January 13 episode of CBS' "The Young and the Restless." The former beauty queen will share scenes with Redaric Williams and his character, Tyler Michaelson.
In a new interview with Highlight Hollywood, former executive producer and head writer of "The Young and the Restless," Maria Arena Bell, has clarified a statement she made in Soap Opera Digest after the publication released their report on Michael Muhney's firing from the daytime drama series. In it, she said, "Michael brought amazing dimension and complexity to the role of Adam Newman, and his and Sharon’s [Sharon Case] was a great dark love story. Sadly, that story was seriously derailed in the last year, so I am not surprised that the show would look for a solution to their problematic storytelling decisions. It will be a tough role to recast." However, with a report by TMZ that says the actor was let go following alleged claims he fondled the breasts of one of his co-stars, Bell now says, "Frankly he should have been let go months before because of his behind the scenes actions."
As previously reported, Jade Harlow is joining the cast of NBC's "Days of our Lives" in a recurring role. Now Soap Opera Network can report that the former "Passions" actress will be playing Sheryl, an old friend of Jordan's (Chrishell Stause), who mixes it up with Kate (Lauren Koslow), Lucas (Bryan Dattilo), Rafe (Galen Gering) and Sami (Alison Sweeney).
In Soap Opera Digest's reporting on the firing of Michael Muhney as Adam Newman on "The Young and the Restless," in its January 13, 2014 issue, the magazine included a quote from former executive producer and head writer, Maria Arena Bell. In the piece, Bell, who hired Muhney back in 2009, is quoted as saying, "Michael brought amazing dimension and complexity to the role of Adam Newman, and his and Sharon's [Sharon Case] was a great dark love story. Sadly, that story was seriously derailed in the last year, so I am not surprised that the show would look for a solution to their problematic storytelling decisions. It will be a tough role to recast."