Greg Vaughan (Eric Brady, “Days of our Lives”), 40, and wife, model Touriya Haoud, 36, have decided to separate after nine years and three kids together – Jathan James, 6, Cavan Thomas, 4, and Landan Reid, 2.
“As we open our hearts full of love & sadness, 9 years together & 3 beautiful children, we have decided to amicably separate,” wrote the couple in a message posted on Vaughan’s Instagram page on Monday, April 14. They concluded their message stating, “With dear love for each other and our family, as parents first and foremost, we kindly ask our space and privacy to be respected at this difficult time.” The couple married in June 2006.
As we previously reported, “The Young and the Restless’” Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) is guest-starring on tonight’s episode of CBS’ hit sitcom, “The Crazy Ones.” The actress will be playing boozy librarian named Flora who enlists the help of Simon (Robin Williams) and his team to help her save her library.
To catch the one-hour season finale episode of the series, which also stars Sarah Michelle Gellar (ex-Kendall Hart, “All My Children”), tune into CBS tonight at 9:00 PM ET/PT.
The leading women of Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” better have buckets upon buckets of cleaning supplies at the ready, because the series’ second season premieres this weekend, and it looks like the stories will be messier than ever!
Stars Ana Ortiz (Marisol), Dania Ramirez (Rosie), Roselyn Sanchez (Carmen) Edy Ganem (Valentina) and Judy Reyes (Zoila) return to the screen on Sunday, April 20 in an exciting pickup of last season: As viewers may recall, the finale ended with Marisol, Zoila, Rosie and Carmen exposing the murderer of another maid, Flora (Paula Garces)!
As we previously reported, former “All My Children” star Robert Scott Wilson (ex-Pete Cortlandt) is headed to “Days of our Lives,” where he’ll be taking over Justin Gaston’s role as Ben. Hot on the heels of the news, the actor himself took to Instagram to comment on his new journey — as well as his final episode of “The Price Is Right” (where he debuted as the show’s first male model) and the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
For those of you who have been tuning in to see “The Young and the Restless’” Ignacio Serricchio (Alex Chavez) during season nine of Fox’s series, “Bones,” the actor has good news: He’s fairly certain he’ll be appearing in season 10, as well!
“Hopefully I’ll be back for season 10. I’m pretty sure I will: I’ve talked with the execs and they really like my character,” he tells Soap Opera Network. “I’ve been having a great time. I love everybody there.”
But as for whether or not he’ll be appearing on “Y&R” any time in the near future remains to be seen. “Alex is still around, but he’s probably on some very, very undercover assignment,” jokes the actor, who’s on recurring status with the sudser. “But I’ll be back: They can’t get rid of me that easily!”
For more information on “Bones,” check out the show’s official website.
Rumors had been swirling all weekend and now Soap Opera Digest is reporting that former “All My Children” actor, and “The Price is Right” male model, Robert Scott Wilson (ex-Pete Cortlandt) has joined the cast of NBC’s “Days of our Lives” as a recast Ben Rogers. He replaces daytime newcomer Justin Gaston, who in real-life is married to “The Young and the Restless’” Melissa Ordway (Abby Newman).
Per the publication, Wilson had already been on set filming in January as the series celebrated its two year renewal by NBC. As a result, Wilson’s first airdate isn’t expected until at least next month due to the soaps four to five months ahead filming schedule – Gaston began filming on the series in mid-October and didn’t air until late February.
Corday Productions, which produces “DAYS,” has not confirmed any casting changes per its policy.
In remembrance of the Boston Marathon bombings that took place one year ago, a portion of the east coast broadcast of ABC’s “General Hospital” will be preempted on Tuesday, April 15, a representative for the network informs Soap Opera Network. ABC News will cut into the broadcast from approximately 2:35 PM to 2:55 PM, EST.
According to the network, there will be no changes made to the episode (#13,036) to accommodate the preemption. Therefore, viewers will still be able to tune in to see Sonny’s conscience continuing to haunt him, while Carlos fears he could be accused of shooting AJ. Jordan begins her new job, while Ava and Julian confront each other about their deeds, and Ned (Wally Kurth) returns to Port Charles.
Viewers on the east coast looking to watch the episode in its entirety can do so by utlizing the power of WATCH ABC, Hulu Plus or their cable/satellite providers ABC OnDemand service.
The east coast preemption will not affect the west coast airing.
Good news, sports fans: “The Young and the Restless” is scoring another appearance by Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Champion Michael Robinson!
The fullback, who last appeared as a businessman in the Thursday, March 13 episode of the sudser, will be back to CBS on Wednesday, April 16 to tape scenes that will air on Monday, May 19. According to Soap Opera Digest, Robinson will appear in scenes with Eric Braeden (Victor) and Sean Carrigan (Stitch).
Whoa, baby! “The Young and the Restless’” Genoa City is getting a brand new OB/GYN: “Supergirl” film star Helen Slater, who’ll be playing the role of Dr. Chiverton for at least five episodes.
TV Guide reports that the actress — who rose to fame in “Supergirl” and later played Clark Kent’s mother, Lara-El, in “Smallville” — hits the soap screen on Friday, May 2 for an upcoming pregnancy storyline. But which woman in town has a possible bun in the oven?
Apparently, the sudser is keeping that info on the downlow for now, but the possibilities are endless! Could it be Lauren Fenmore (Tracey E. Bregman), who currently thinks she’s with child? Or could it be someone else? You’ll have to tune in to find out!
Ratings Report for the Week of March 31 – April 4, 2014
NOTE: Please do not copy and paste the entire ratings. Thank you.
Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings
(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)
1. Y&R 4,544,000 (-275,000/-125,000)
2. B&B 3,529,000 (-158,000/+221,000)
3. GH 2,875,000 (-183,000/+83,000)
4. DAYS 2,423,000 (-22,000/+113,000)
1. Y&R 3.4/11 (-.1/same)
2. B&B 2.6/9 (-.1/+.2)
3. GH 2.2/7 (-.1/+.1)
4. DAYS 1.8/6 (-.1/same)