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  • Former ‘Passions’ Star Charles Divins Becomes Local NBC News Anchor

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    John Paschal/JPI Studios
    He's probably already endured some of the worst humanity has to offer while portraying Chad Harris-Crane on NBC's "Passions," but Charles Divins is getting ready to report on real world events when he joins the anchor team of NBC affiliate WDSU effective Monday, October 27, it was announced by WDSU President and General Manager Joel Vilmenay. “We’re delighted to welcome Charles to the WDSU family,” said Vilmenay, “He’s going to be a great addition to our news team.” Divins will co-anchor "WDSU News This Morning" alongside Randi Rousseau. READ MORE
  • ‘DAYS” Freddie Smith and Girlfriend Alyssa Tabit Release First Public Statements Following Near Fatal Car Accident

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    Steven Bergman Photography
    "Days of our Lives" star Freddie Smith (Sonny Kiriakis) and girlfriend Alyssa Tabit are speaking out for the first time since the two were involved in a near fatal car accident in Kingsville Township, Ohio nearly three weeks ago. In a posting on Facebook earlier today, Smith said, "Feeling so lucky and blessed today to be lounging with Alyssa Tabit taking in the autumn day in Ohio. I can't thank you all enough for your on going support, thoughts, and prayers!!!! I really do have the best friends and family in the world!!!!" READ MORE
  • Guy Wilson Taking Brief Exit from ‘Days of our Lives’

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    Chris Haston/NBC
    With Alison Sweeney leaving the "Days of our Lives" canvas after more than 21 years portraying Sami Brady on Thursday, October 30, it's only fitting that she take one major aspect of her character's life with her, even if it's only temporary. Look for Guy Wilson, who portrays Sami's son Will Horton, to take a storyline dictated temporary leave of absence from the series when Sami heads to Los Angeles following entertainment executives taking an interest in her life as a result of Will's recent profile story in TruVista Magazine. READ MORE
  • FINAL DAYS OF SAMI: Alison Sweeney Says Goodbye to Salem (VIDEO)

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    NBC
    On Thursday, October 30, fans of NBC's "Days of our Lives" will be saying goodbye to Alison Sweeney and Samantha 'Sami' Brady after more than 21 years. As she gets ready to wrap her two-decade long stint on the daytime drama series, Sweeney shares some of her favorite memories from the beginning to the end, including what it was like finding out she was cast as Deidre Hall's TV daughter, some of Sami's most memorable romances, and much more. READ MORE
  • REPORT: The Rise and Fall of ‘Y&R’s’ Ratings

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    Sean Smith/JPI Studios
    Despite recent bouts of ratings growth in Total Viewers, Women 18-49, Women 25-54 and other assorted demographics, CBS' "The Young and the Restless" is the subject of a recent report in the October 31 edition of The Hollywood Reporter magazine, which includes interviews with Angelica McDaniel, CBS Daytime senior vice president, and Brad Adgate, senior vp research for Horizon Media, among others. The magazine noted that following Nielsen's admission of a counting error that lasted for more than six months (since at least March of this year), revised numbers show the daytime drama series doing better than... READ MORE
  • Ratings: Good Week For GH and DAYS

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Ratings Report for the Week of October 13-17, 2014 READ MORE
  • Chrishell Stause OUT! Actress Reveals ‘DAYS’ Departure News on Social Media

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    Paul Drinkwater/NBC
    Chrishell Stause is concluding her run on NBC's "Days of our Lives" as Jordan Ridgeway, it was announced today by the actress herself on Twitter. "Sadly I have wrapped up my time over at @nbcdays. It's been an amazing journey & the best is yet to come for Jordan," she wrote. READ MORE
  • ‘GH’ Executive Producer Frank Valentini on Roger Howarth’s ‘Flash’ Role: Fans Can Rest Assure He is Not Off the Show

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    Jack Rowand/The CW
    Earlier this week it was announced that "General Hospital's" Roger Howarth (Franco) had signed on for a recurring role on The CW's "The Flash," where he'll portray Mason Bridge, an award-winning reporter from the Central City Picture News. With fans wondering if Howarth's joining the series, based on the DC comic of the same name, would in any way affect his role on the daytime drama series "GH" executive producer Frank Valentini responded to inquiries by clearing things up for any worrisome viewers during a recent visit to New York City. READ MORE
  • PHOTOS: Stars from ‘General Hospital’ and ‘The Chew’ Take Manhattan During ABC’s Casino Night

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    Lou Rocco/ABC
    On Thursday, October 23, stars from ABC's "General Hospital," "The Chew" and "The View" partied throughout the night during the annual ABC Casino Night, which took place in New York City, as they schmoozed alongside sales clients at Guastavino's. Those in attendance included "GH's" Laura Wright (Carly Corinthos), Lynn Herring (Lucy Coe), Jason Thompson (Patrick Drake), Ryan Paevey (Nathan West), Vinessa Antoine (Jordan Ashford) and William deVry (Julian Jerome). The actors were joined by "GH" executive producer Frank Valentini and head writer Ron Carlivati. READ MORE
  • Anthony Geary Returning to ‘GH’ During November Sweeps!

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    Howard Wise/JPI Studios
    Fans who've missed seeing Anthony Geary on ABC's "General Hospital" since the actor took his annual vacation are in luck: the actor will be back on air in the coming weeks, per executive producer Frank Valentini. READ MORE