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  • ‘Y&R’s’ Melody Thomas Scott Books ‘The Crazy Ones;’ Also Celebrates 35th ‘Y&R’ Anniversary

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    Robert Voets/CBS
    Melody Thomas Scott may be celebrating her 35th anniversary as “The Young and the Restless’” Nikki Newman, but that doesn’t mean her Genoa City alter ego is the only acting challenge on her plate: She’s booked a guest starring role on CBS’s “The Crazy Ones!” And guess what? The Los Angeles native will be playing a boozy librarian — which won’t be a far stretch, considering Nikki is a recovering alcoholic!
  • ‘AMC’ Alum Jill Larson Heads to ‘Y&R’

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    Victoria Will/TV Guide Magazine
    Maybe “All My Children’s” Opal saw this coming months ago, but the rest of the world is just now hearing the news that Pine Valley alum Jill Larson is heading to “The Young and the Restless!”
  • ABC Takes a Hit in Prospect Park Court Case

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    Prospect Park
    Prospect Park and ABC battled it out in court this morning over the $100+ million lawsuit the former launched against the latter over the soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” And it looks like Prospect Park has won the first round!
  • VIDEO: Susan Lucci On ‘AMC’ Cancellation and Exciting New Role!

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    Jill Johnson/JPI Studios
    As we previously reported, former “All My Children” actress Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) appeared on OWN’s “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” last week to discuss her initial shock regarding “AMC’s” cancellation, her fears of never working again and some fun details regarding her new role on Lifetime’s “Devious Maids.” And now, the network has released a video clip of the daytime icon’s spot on the show!
  • ‘GH’s’ Rick Springfield Featured On ‘Oprah: Where Are They Now?’

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    Jennifer Graylock/JPI Studios
    Hot on the heels of “All My Children’s” Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) appearing on “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” comes an appearance by former “General Hospital” actor/musician Rick Springfield (ex-Noah Drake)!
  • R.I.P. Deborah Blackwell, Former SOAPnet General Manager

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    Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images
    Deborah Blackwell, the former general manager of Disney/ABC Cable Network Group's SOAPnet from 2001-2007, has died at the age of 63, reports Deadline Hollywood. She died yesterday, January 31, after a seven-year battle with Pick’s disease, a rare neurodegenerative disorder. Blackwell was surrounded by family in Virginia at the time of her passing.
  • ‘AMC’s’ Susan Lucci Reveals Career Fears In New Oprah Interview!

    Richard McLaren/Lifetime
    Richard McLaren/Lifetime
    Former “All My Children” actress Susan Lucci (ex-Erica Kane) has been filming Lifetime’s “Devious Maids” and Investigation Discovery’s “Deadly Affairs” since the ABC sudser went off the air back in 2011, but just what else has the busy actress been up to?
  • Jeff Branson On the Way to Fatherhood!

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    JPI Studios
    It looks like former soap actor Jeff Branson (ex-Jonathan Lavery, “All My Children,” ex-Shayne Lewis, “Guiding Light,” ex-Ronan Malloy, “The Young and the Restless”) is the next on the list of stars celebrating baby news!
  • ‘AMC’s’ Eva LaRue and Hubby Headed for Divorce

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    Carin Baer/Crown Media
    It looks like 2014 is getting off to a rocky start for “CSI: Miami” star Eva LaRue (ex-Maria Santos, “All My Children”), whose current husband, Joseph Cappuccio, has filed for divorce.
  • DGA Rule Change Leaves Daytime Serials to Compete With Likes of ‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ and ‘House of Cards’

    AMC; Netflix
    AMC; Netflix
    Last night marked the 66th annual Directors Guild of America Awards Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles, but none of today's daytime drama directors received a nomination. Why? Because the "Daytime Serials" category was integrated into the "Dramatic Series" category following a June 22, 2013 DGA National Board meeting that voted on rule changes, which forces daytime and primetime dramas to compete against internet distributed dramas such as "House of Cards," which essentially leaves daytime itself shut out from ever receiving a nomination as the dynamics of daytime is no where near the likes of 2013 nominees "Breaking Bad" (AMC), "Game of Thrones" (HBO), "Homeland" (Showtime), or even the aforementioned "House of Cards" (Netflix). "Bad" won the award for those wondering.