How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of 'GH,' 'The View' and 'The Chew'; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of ‘GH,’ ‘The View’ and ‘The Chew’; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

Is a Buchanan Bride on Her Way Back to Llanview?

( — More than a year after her character divorced Clint Buchanan (Jerry verDorn) and was blackmailed into leaving town by David Vickers (Tuc Watkins), could “Gossip Girl” actress Amanda Setton be returning to “One Life to Live” as the jilted Kimberly Andrews? While the speculation has yet to be confirmed, its source lies with one particular “OLTL” crew member.

Julia Davis (of Julia Jovone Beauty), who has been a make-up artist on “OLTL” since October 2005, tweeted on June 13 that she had “Just finished getting @amandasetton into character for ‘One Life to Live.’ Love her features.” Setton, however, hasn’t commented on a possible “OLTL” return on her Twitter page.

Setton made her “One Life” debut as Kimberly Andrews on August 14, 2009. She left the role on April 2, 2010 after rejecting an offer by the show to place her on contract, in order to return to her primetime roots. From 2007-2009, and again from 2010-present, she has appeared in The CW’s “Gossip Girl,” in the recurring role of Penelope Shafai.

Soap Opera Network will follow this story and bring you updates as they develop.

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    AMC Recap: Tuesday, June 21, 2011

    ( — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Tuesday, June 21, 2011.


    Jake questions Amanda on where she’s been. Amanda cries on Angie’s shoulder. She knows how hard things have been for the couple and Angie spills the beans on the trip Jake was planning. She encourages Amanda to go and tell her husband that she needs him.

    “Erica” makes the announcement that David is the perfect partner to help her guide PVH. Jackson wants to look at the contract and find a way to break it but she insists it’s her decision and she doesn’t need his approval. Caleb gets in the mix and “Erica” tells both he and Jackson that they either trust her or they don’t. Tad calls Jake with news of what’s going on with the hospital. Jake’s angry and won’t let David get away with this. Afraid of what Jake’s going to do, Cara heads to the hospital and Griffin agrees to go with her. Jake finds David at the hospital and rejects his peace offering. Jake starts throwing punches just as Cara arrives. Jane joins David for a drink at the Yacht Club. Jackson finds her there and she tells him she didn’t have a drink, just sparkling cider and while he isn’t mad, he’s concerned. Jackson realizes Erica is just “being Erica” and he realized he missed it. Krystal and Caleb wonder how Jackson could stand by and “let Erica” do such a thing. Angie tells Frankie it looks like David is his new boss and admits that David is a talented physician. Krystal’s also taken aback by Angie’s attitude towards the David news.

    Krystal gives Jackson her resignation and thinks it’s best for both of them. Caleb offers her a job with him and she accepts.

    On the Next All My Children…

    • Kendall tells Griffin she is going to stop blaming David for everything.
    • David tells Greenlee that his dark side helps him understand her in a way that Ryan never will.
    • Bianca continues to struggle with her feelings for Marissa.


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      OLTL Recap: Tuesday, June 21, 2011

      OLTL Recap: Tuesday, June 21, 2011

      ( — “One Life to Live” Episode Recap – Tuesday, June 21, 2011.


      Natalie is caught in the middle of Clint and Rex’s war. Natalie and Viki confront Clint over his tactics.

      Todd and Téa defend Jack from John. Todd takes Jack home but John promises he’ll be seeing the kid real soon.

      Ford learns that Jessica has sent Tess packing and retaken control. Jessica makes it clear that she is not going anywhere, but he is – she wants no part of him and won’t stand for him to take part in Ryder’s life. Ford refuses to give up on Ryder or Tess.

      Blair is surprised to find out that Tomas isn’t visiting New York to meet with a gallery owner – he’s meeting with his wife, Yvette. Tomas arrives and admits this is true but quickly explains to Blair that he and Yvette have been over years, despite her refusal to sign divorce papers – a divorce he sought when he discovered her affair that landed her pregnant with her lover’s baby. Yvette turns Tomas’s world upside down when she tells him that her son is actually Tomas’s.

      Meanwhile, Starr meets a brash young newcomer with sophisticated taste in music. Starr takes issue when he monkeys around with her iPod, but grudgingly cops to some interest in his music. The young man introduces himself as Sebastian, but she can call him Baz – just as we’re learning that Yvette and Tomas’ son is named Sebastian, and missing from his NYC hotel room.

      On the Next One Life to Live…

      • Baz returns home to find his parents and Blair waiting for him.
      • Starr tells James about her strange encounter at LU.
      • David and Dorian return home in the midst of a heated argument.
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        Y&R Recap: Monday, June 20, 2011

        Y&R Recap: Monday, June 20, 2011

        ( — "The Young and the Restless" Episode Recap – Monday, June 20, 2011.


        Kevin, Chloe and Abby are at Crimson Lights, wondering on the outcome of the custody case regarding Lucy. When Daniel walked in, they knew that things didn't go as they had hoped. Meanwhile, back at the Abbott home, an upset Billy vented with Rafe on how they could have lost custody of Lucy to a woman that did more dastardly deeds than he's ever done. As they talked, back at Phyllis's, she tried her best to soothe a crying Lucy, telling herself that she did the right thing by having her with her real family.

        Victor is in his office on the phone with Michael, issuring that the SEC comes in search of Adam and Diane for their set up to swipe stock. Back at Gloworm, Adam and Diane are quietly celebrating their victory against Victor. Jack, soon arrived and disrupted their gathering by letting slip that Diane put him in the know of what was doing down. He shared that when the stock went down he snatched up enough of it. Adam failed at playing dumb and slowly relished in his victory.

        Rafe lets Billy know that their chances of getting Lucy back are slim to none. Billy is furious that nothing can be done and starts to realize that because Lucy is no longer in the picture, he's going to wind up losing his relationship to Victoria as well. As for Victoria, she opened up to Nick about how difficult it is for her going forward now that Lucy is gone. She also admitted that JT could come and take Reed once he learned of Billy's buying Lucy. They soon switch the conversation about the fake news about Victor's stroke. Nick says he knows that it was set up.

        Victor arrived at Gloworm in time to see Jack, Diane and Adam drinking up celebratory champagne. Jack is first to get his jabs in, as well as Adam. Jack lets him know that he can't do anything to them for taking up stock; they are a bit shocked when Victor admitted that they are correct, he can't. Victor grabs his food and is heading out when he stops back by their table. He drops the word that the SEC is investigating them; he tells them to drink up the new bottle of champagne he's given them; their victory will be short.

        At Crimson Lights, it's the blame game at the table for Abby, Daniel, Chloe and Kevin. Kevin shared that while he wasn't keen on Billy, he knew that Lucy was in good hands with he and Victoria. Chloe scoffed and said it was Billy's fault to begin with; Abby and Daniel both agreed that Phyllis was the troublemaker. When Chloe said she was still going after Billy for Delia, Kevin questioned her motives in hurting Billy when he's already lost so much. Upset that Kevin didn't have her back, she left.

        At the Abbott house, Victoria returns to learn that Billy is willing to move out. She asked where he was going to go but he tells her that it shouldn't really matter. He headed up to pack his belongings. Meanwhile at Phyllis's house, Nick, who went to have it out with her, is having a hard time getting Summer to understand why Lucy is now a part of their family. Summer tells Phyllis that Lucy belongs with her family. Nick watches on without saying a word. When Summer is gone, the two of them get into it again. Phyllis snapped that if Nick were in the same postion with Noah as she was with Daniel, he'd do the same thing.

        Abby paid Tucker a visit at the hospital. She opened up to him about the lie she created that caused him to be in the hospital. She opened up and shared the truth with him. She begged for him to get better.

        Back at Gloworm, Adam and Diane leave Jack to finish up the bubbly. Katherine showed up and gave him the news: she's putting him in the position of CEO of Jabot. A gleeful Jack thanked Katherine and continued his celebration solo.

        Billy takes solace at a bar, while back at the Abbott house, Victoria finds herself being comforted by her father.

        On the Next The Young and the Restless…

        • Victoria tells Chloe Billy's moved out
        • Victor wants to make sure Adam and crew go down hard
        • Adam gloats to Diane that she's in serious trouble
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          GH Recap: Tuesday, June 21, 2011

          ( — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Tuesday, June 21, 2011.


          Patrick manages to push Robin from Lisa’s deadly grip.

          Spinelli awakens from surgery … not like himself.

          Jason is relieved to find Sam safe and unharmed in General Hospital. Robin arrives with the test results.

          Lucky and Elizabeth discuss the truth about Aiden, Jake’s death, Luke and how they will approach Nikolas with the news. Leaving the alcohol behind, they go see Siobhan.

          On the Next General Hospital…

          • Dante tries to soothe Lulu over her family’s self-destruction.
          • Lucky and Elizabeth confront Nikolas.
          • Sonny and Diane discuss whether or not he should officially adopt Alec.


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            ‘One Life’ July Comings and Goings

            'One Life' July Comings and Goings

            ( — “One Life to Live” issues a new casting call, and other casting changes for the month of July.

            “One Life to Live” has released a new audition script for the small role of “Colleen.” The scene opens with “Lisa” saying that she is “Billy’s” sister. Colleen tells her that is she is really is sister, then she wouldn’t have a problem with her giving Billy a private lap dance in the Champagne Room. Billy asks what her name is, to which she responds that it is Colleen with two e’s. Lisa states that she is confident that he isn’t supposed to be getting a lap dance from her. Offended, Colleen fires back and tells Billy that the two of them can still have a little fun right after she is finished with her act. Peeking out on stage, she notices that very few people are in the audience. Turning back to Billy, she tells him that they can go ahead and have some fun now after all. As the scene ends, Billy declines her offer, saying that his heart belongs to someone else. Colleen says that hers does too, but that he doesn’t ask her about her work. She goes on to say that it’s only a lap dance, not a wedding.

            Remember that the show often changes character names in these audition scripts to try and throw off viewers.

            In other news…

            As we previously reported, a picture posted on the Facebook page of CP Talent of Shenell Edmonds (Destiny) “on the set of ‘OLTL’” with Saoirse Scott (ex-Jamie Vega), has helped fuel speculation that the pint-sized actress and her onscreen father Kamar de los Reyes (Antonio) were returning to the show in the near future before it stops taping in November. CP Talent represents Saoirse Scott. We noted that the photo didn’t look recent, considering that both Edmonds and Scott were wearing coats in the picture.

            Now, Soap Opera Network can confirm our earlier suspicions. When asked about the picture by a fan on their Twitter page, CP Talent commented “That was a while ago when Shenell first came to the show. Kamar returning is nay a rumor right now. But we can hope!!!!” Edmonds joined “OLTL” in 2009. Further debunking the news, the same fan asked “do you know how many episodes Saoirse Scott is back on ‘OLTL’ for? thanks!,” to which the agency responded that “She’s not.”

            If you thought the scenes of Brody (Mark Lawson) last week with Natalie (Melissa Archer) and Jessica (Bree Williamson) were rather intense and emotional, there is a reason for that. Lawson expresses his appreciation to the fans for compliments he received on the scenes, saying “Thank you all so much for the kind words. The scenes this week were really important to me, as I know they were for the ladies as well. We poured a lot of soul into them. Those scenes were taped the day of the ‘announcement,’ for the record.” The “announcement,” of course occurred on April 14, when “OLTL” and sister soap “All My Children” were cancelled by ABC.

            A few upcoming airdates for Andrew Trischitta (Jack) include June 21, 22, 23, and 30.

            Barrett Helms (Baz) tells Soap Opera Digest that he got the job on “OLTL” the same day the show was cancelled.

            Stephanie Schmahl returned as Bree Brennan last week.

            Madeline, Molly & Tess Sullivan next appear as Hope Thornhart on Wednesday, July 6, when she meets someone new.

            On Friday, July 8, Roxy (Ilene Kristen) is shocked to learn of Rex’s (John-Paul Lavoisier) latest actions.

            Fans can also expect to see more of Nigel (Peter Bartlett), Rick (Austin Peck), Vimal (Nick Choksi), and Echo (Kim Zimmer) as the calendar changes from June to July.

            Patrick Allen Cole, who plays Rodi’s Manager/Bartender Jeff, says that “I should be coming back before the wrap of the show.”

            And Kearran Giovanni appears next as Dr. Vivian Wright on Wednesday, July 13, when her words hit too close to home for someone.

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              'The Bold and the Beautiful' Dominates at 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards

              ( — On Sunday, June 19, the Daytime community celebrated the work of many of the men and women who work both in front of the camera and behind the scenes writing and directing the various programming on daytime television. The 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards Gala was held at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada and was hosted by Wayne Brady, host of the game show “Let’s Make a Deal.” It was broadcast live on CBS from 8:00-10:01 pm ET, except on the West Coast, where it was recorded.

              CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” won 4 of the 7 nominations they earned at the 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards. “The Young and the Restless” and “General Hospital” came in second, each winning 2 of the 9 nominations they had earned (“Y&R” and “B&B” each won the Drama Series Directing Category, the result of a tie). The recently cancelled “All My Children” and the already defunct “As the World Turns” each took home 1 Daytime Emmy Award out of the 6 and 3 they had been nominated for. And “Days of our Lives” and the cancelled “One Life to Live” were both shut out of the awards, despite having earned 2 and 3 nominations, respectively. In terms of the networks as a whole, CBS won 7 (nominated for 19), ABC won 3 (nominated for 18), and NBC won 0 (nominated for 3), with regards to the daytime serial related categories. In addition, this year’s telecast also featured a special tribute to Susan Lucci (Erica Kane, “AMC”).

              The following is a list of the winners in the drama series categories at the 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards:

              Outstanding Drama Series: The Bold and the Beautiful

              Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team: The Bold and the Beautiful & The Young and the Restless

              Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team: The Young and the Restless

              Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series: Michael Park from As the World Turns

              Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series: Laura Wright from General Hospital

              Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: Jonathan Jackson from General Hospital

              Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series: Heather Tom from The Bold and the Beautiful

              Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series: Scott Clifton from The Bold and the Beautiful

              Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series: Brittany Allen from All My Children

              To view a listing of winners in the non-daytime serial related categories, such as game and talk shows, click here.

              Click here to see the winners of the 38th Annual Daytime Entertainment Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which were handed out on Friday, June 17, in an separate, untelevised ceremony at the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles, hosted by Steve Wilkos of “The Steve Wilkos Show.”

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                Daytime Emmy Awards Sees Decline in Ratings

                ( — On a night that found CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" nearly sweeping every category it was nominated for including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team, Outstanding Supporting Actress (Heather Tom) and Younger Actor (Scott Clifton) in a Drama Series, the "38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" found itself lacking in viewers when compared to its year-ago telecast. The awards show, which took place Sunday, June 19 from the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel and aired on CBS for the second consecutive year, averaged a mere 0.8/3 in Adults 18-49 and just 5.4 million viewers throughout its two-hour broadcast. The program was down 37% in Adults 18-49, while shedding 4% of its viewership compared to its year-ago telecast on June 27, 2010 (0.8/3 vs 1.1/3 in Adults 18-49; 5.4 million vs 5.6 million in total viewers).

                Wayne Brady of CBS' "Let's Make a Deal" hosted the awards show and opened the night with talk of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" being placed into forced retirement after noting the evolution of daytime with stars choosing to leave their programs including Oprah Winfrey and Regis Philbin, among others. Brady was immediately booed by audience members, which included stars and producers from the two canceled soaps in attendance. "Don't boo me, I didn't write this crap," the usually comical host quickly stated to calm the audience. In a posting the day after the telecast, Los Angeles Times reporter Joe Flint stated that "Daytime television deserves better than the 'Daytime Emmys,'" in reference to the award show being used as a blatant promotional platform for the Hilton Hotel and numerous Las Vegas shows and responded to Brady's comments with "whoever did does deserve to be booed for this crap."

                A big factor in the decline of the annual awards "Emmy" broadcast was NBC's competing "Miss USA Pageant," which was moved from the 7:00 to 9:00 PM timeslot last year to 9:00 to 11:00 PM this year. The Donald Trump owned pageant was up 57% in Adults 18-49 year-over-year and averaged 7.2 million viewers, according to website TVbytheNumbers. "Miss USA" averaged a 2.2/6 in Adults 18-49 throughout its two-hour live telecast from the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. This was the programs most watched since 2007.

                Note: "The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" aired from 8:00 to 10:00 PM this year, while the "37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" aired from 9:00 to 11:00 PM the year before.

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                  Mark Derwin Gets ‘Hot in Cleveland’

                  Mark Derwin Gets 'Hot in Cleveland'

                  ( — Veteran actor and soap star Mark Derwin will guest star on this week’s episode of the popular TV Land sitcom “Hot in Cleveland,” entitled “How I Met My Mother.”

                  Derwin, who most recently appeared on ABC Family’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” will play Victoria’s (Wendy Malick) pen pal, who was just released from prison and is looking to met up with her. The episode also features Matthew McMillian, who will appear as Joy’s (Jane Leeves) long-lost son.

                  From 1999-2002, and again briefly in 2004 and 2008, Derwin portrayed Ben Davidson on “One Life to Live.” He also played Jeremiah Brown on “Day of our Lives” in 1988, Adrian Hunter on “The Young and the Restless from 1989-1990, and A.C. Mallet on “Guiding Light” from 1990-1993.

                  In primetime, he appeared opposite Bonnie Hunt in “Life with Bonnie” from 2002-2004, and in “The Secret Life of an American Teenager” from 2009-present. Other television credits include appearances in (among others) “Hardball,” “How I Met Your Mother,” and “24,” as well as in commercials and the film “Accepted.”

                  Derwin’s episode of “Hot in Cleveland” airs this Wednesday night at 10:00 PM ET on TV Land.

                  “Hot in Cleveland” co-stars Valerie Bertinelli, Wendy Malick, Jane Leeves, and Betty White.

                  You can watch a sneak peek of the episode below:

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                  • Days of our Lives
                  • Guiding Light
                  • 24
                  • How I Met Your Mother
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                  • Mark Derwin
                  • Betty White
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                  • Hot in Cleveland
                  • The Secret Life of the American Teenager
                  • TV Land
                  • Bonnie Hunt
                  • Matthew McMillian
                  • Life with Bonnie
                  • Hardball
                  • Accepted
                  • Wendy Malick
                  • Jane Leeves


                    Erika Slezak Talks About Life After 'Life'

                    ( — Columnist Liz Smith of the website wowOwow (The Women on the Web) sets down with “One Life to Live” matriarch and six-time Dayime Emmy Winner Erika Slezak to find out what the future holds for both her and the legendary Victoria Lord.

                    Slezak, who recently celebrated her 40th anniversary on the show, which had not quite been on the air three years when she joined the cast on St. Patrick’s Day, 1971, becoming the third actress to take on the role of Viki.

                    When asked what it has been like playing the same character for four decades, Slezak tells Smith that “You know, nobody has ever asked me that before! I know Viki very well. She is so familiar to me. The minute I get to the soundstage, I go into Viki mode. She’s not like me at all, but I love her. She’s a wonderful, flawed woman, who always makes a huge effort to do and be better, and sometimes to the pain of friends and family. To do this sort of work — soap work — requires extreme focus and concentration.”

                    She always recalls the time in 1974 when her father and fellow actor Walter Slezak appeared on “OLTL” as Viki’s godfather. “My father played a role on the show for three days. After the first day was over he said, ‘This is the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life!’ I said ‘Really? Why?’ He said ‘There are no rehearsals! They just throw you out there!’”

                    She also remembers her father’s exact words when she first told him she wanted to be an actress. “Erika, this is terrible business. Unstable, full of rejections, over and over — you are too tall, too short, not pretty enough, too pretty. Too old, too young. I’m warning you.” Reflecting on those words, Slezak tells Smith that “Well, I appreciated my father’s warning, but look how it ended up for me. In my entire life I’ve been unemployed six weeks. And for the last 40-something years I’ve had one job, and made a nice bundle of money. It’s over now, but I’d be a fool to complain.” Slezak will turn 65 in August.

                    In reference to Robin Strasser, who is exiting the role of Viki’s long-time nemesis Dorian Lord this summer, Slezak reveals that “We just did our goodbye scenes and I sobbed like a baby. I can’t believe I won’t have the joy of that magnificent talent to play against every day.” She also admits that she isn’t sure how the show’s various storylines will be wrapped up by the time the show ends production in November, but tells Smith that “I hope it ends cleanly, I hope it’s all neatly wrapped.”

                    And what about her life after “One Life to Live?” Slezak confesses that “The first thing I did when I knew the show was ending was call my agent. I said, ‘Okay, get going!’ I’d love to go back to the theater. TV movies. Feature films. My kids are grown, and my husband is very supportive. He said, ‘We can go to Hollywood for awhile if you think you need that.’ Anyway, I’d go mad staying home.”

                    Lastly, Smith asks Slezak if she was planning on taking any souvenirs from some of the sets when the show comes to an end, to which she responds jokingly that “Actually, when I walked into the Lord Library set the other day, I thought ‘Oh, this is where I did my very first scene. And I saw the big overstuffed chairs and thought, ‘I like those!’ But I don’t know if ABC would let me have them. Of course, I could go into my alter personality, Niki Smith, and just take what I want, as she would!”

                    Click here to read Liz Smith’s full interview with Erika Slezak.

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