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Michael Easton
While it's still uncertain as to who Michael Easton will be portraying when he returns to the "General Hospital" canvas in the coming weeks, the actor recently announced on his Facebook page that you'll soon be able to catch his new short-film, "Dreamliner," which reunites him with his former "One Life to Live" co-star Trevor St. John (ex-Todd Manning/ex-Victor Lord, JR). Easton wrote and directed the short.
Michael Easton
With news that Michael Easton would soon be returning to ABC's "General Hospital" in the weeks ahead, who better to hear from about his return than the actor himself? In a posting on his Facebook page, Easton not only reiterates the truthfulness of today's big news, but also shares that it's because of the fans that he's even able to return to the daytime drama series.
Nathan Fillion, Kassie DePaiva
On a special Sunday, February 14 episode of ABC's "Castle," former "One Life to Live" actress Kassie DePaiva (ex-Blair Cramer; Eve Donovan, "Days of our Lives") will reunite with series star Nathan Fillion, who portrayed the role of Joey Buchanan on the daytime soap in the 1990's, Soap Opera Network has learned.
Nathaniel Marston
Nathaniel Marston's mother, Elizabeth Jackson, shared new details about her late son following a memorial service to honor him at Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York on Saturday, January 16. Marston, remembered as Michael McBain on "One Life to Live" and Eddie Silva, "As the World Turns," died November 11 as a result of injuries he suffered in a car crash on October 30.
With returning stars Candace Cameron-BureJodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber as D.J. Tanner, Stephanie Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler, respectively, Netflix announced today that all 13 episodes of "Fuller House," the spin-off of the popular ABC sitcom that dominated the late 1980s and early 1990s, will release on Friday, February 26. The streaming service also released the first teaser trailer that brings back plenty of nostalgia for longtime fans.
Chris McKenna
After terrorizing Genoa City for half the year with everyone wondering who killed some of "The Young and the Restless'" most beautiful people, actor Chris McKenna (ex-Detective Mark Harding) announced that he'll next appear on an upcoming episode of CBS' "NCIS: New Orleans."