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In the newest issue of CBS Soaps In Depth, on newsstands now, Nathan Varni, manager, current series, ABC Entertainment, reveals that despite all the fan chatter on message boards, Facebook, Twitter and the like, offline viewers of the network's "General Hospital" continues to thwart online viewers when it comes to storyline direction.
Blake Berris
Former "Days of our Lives" star Blake Berris (ex-Nick Fallon) will guest-star in the Monday, February 22 episode of CBS' "Supergirl," Soap Opera Network has learned. He'll play the role of Gabriel Phillips, a handsome fugitive with a secret who falls under the sway of an even more dangerous enemy. In addition to the hit series from DC Comics and Warner Bros. Television, Berris will also appear in at least two upcoming episodes of Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars."
Tequan Richmond, Haley Pullos
After a lengthy absence, Tequan Richmond is finally returning to "General Hospital," this week. His character, TJ Ashford, resurfaces on Monday, January 25, and does exactly what most boys his age would do: head immediately for his girlfriend, Molly (Haley Pul
Shari Belafonte
Shari Belafonte may have looked cool, calm and collected during her "General Hospital" debut as Janice Lomax, mayor of Port Charles, on Tuesday, January 19, but inside she was "a wreck," the actress admitted to Soap Opera Digest. "They threw me into the fire the first day, shooting two shows."
Emme Rylan, Dominic Zamprogna, General Hospital
"General Hospital's" Dante (Dominic Zambrogna) and Lulu (Emme Rylan) have been in a marital mess for months. It all started when Dante wrongly thought Lulu cheated on him with Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins), so he retaliated by sleeping with Valerie (Brytni Sarpi) Add Lulu's ex, Johnny (Brandon Barash), to the mix and things got even more complicated.
Constance Towers, General Hospital
What's better than one "General Hospital" villain in an upcoming Hulu drama? How about two of them? Constance Towers (ex-Helena Cassadine) is teaming up with James Franco (ex-Franco) in JFK mini-series "11.22.63," which begins streaming on Netflix on Monday, February 15 -- Presidents Day.