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On Friday, ABC Daytime finally announced the return to the canvas that "All My Children" viewers were most anticipating since the news of the 41-year old daytime drama's cancellation on ABC back in April. David Canary is returning to the 41-year old daytime drama as the one and only Adam Chandler. His return will coincide with the returns of long-time veterans Julia Barr, Ray MacDonnell and Lee Meriwether. The foursome will return to the Los Angeles studio to tape their scenes next month and are slated to air in approximately a handful of episodes this September
Earlier today, Soap Opera Digest posted breaking news on their website when they reported that actress Cady McClain would be returning to ABC's "All My Children" in the role of Dixie Cooney. Shortly afterward, Soaps in Depth posted their own version of the news. Who to believe? At this point, it doesn't matter as long as Dixie's back! Then again, Cady did return in early 2010 when Dixie, who died via poisoned pancakes (what were the writers thinking?), and her ghost/spirit was used to usher out Palmer Cortlandt, who had "died" on the soap a few months after his real-life portrayer, James Mitchell, passed away.
In a not so surprising development, SoapCentral.com is reporting that CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" has dropped veteran actor Winsor Harmon (Thorne Forrester) to recurring status.Harmon, who joined the cast of the drama series in December 1996, has had relatively nothing to do on the soap since his character's relationship with Katherine Kelly Lang's Brooke Forrester fizzled some years back, which was expected as Brooke's world always revolved around Thorne's older brother Ridge Forrester (Ronn Moss) anyway.Prior to joining the cast of "The Bold and the Beautiful," Harmon enjoyed a successful run on the ABC soap "All My...
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