Remember that September casting blitz happening over at “The Young and the Restless?” Well, that’s just the beginning of familiar faces making their way through Genoa City this month. The next on the train of blasts from the past: Original cast member Tom Hallick, who played sexy neurosurgeon-turned-news reporter Brad Eliot from 1973-1978! But his return on Friday, September 26 comes with a twist!
The wait is over: ABC’s daytime talk show, “The View,” has completed its much-buzzed-about panel with the addition of actress Rosie Perez and political commentator Nicolle Wallace!
Season 19 of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” will be hot, hot, hot! This season’s cast was announced today, and in addition to the many well-known celebs putting their hat in the ring for the popular mirror ball award are two former soap stars who will be hitting the dance floor, as well!
“The Young and the Restless’” Genoa City became a powerhouse place today with the return of Eileen Davidson’s Ashley Abbott, but she’s not the only one set to turn the canvas completely upside down in the weeks to come!
It’s been merely a hot rumor for several months, but yesterday, whispers that Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbott, “The Young and the Restless”) will be taking over the role of “General Hospital’s” Jason Morgan became official. Fans seem quite supportive of the casting announcement, but what about his future soapmates? Seems some are quite ecstatic, as well!
It's been the hottest rumor of the summer, but now it is official, Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbott, "The Young and the Restless") is joining the cast of ABC's "General Hospital" in the contract role of Jason Morgan.
Howard Wise/JPI StudiosDuring the Jason Thompson and Dominic Zamprogna "General Hospital" Fan Club Weekend event earlier this month, Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos Rivera) stopped by and started a revolution when he began chanting,...
With the final days of summer upon us, many across the nation are gearing up to head to the beach or have one last BBQ before returning to the office or school to tackle responsibilities of the mind next week, with Labor Day being the official holiday of rest for the working class in America. Unfortunately, for those staying home on Monday, September 1, in order to catch up on their favorite soaps, you'll either be seeing a repeat of "General Hospital" on ABC or no soaps at all on CBS and NBC.