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Because we were working overtime trying to get the re-designed website up while also transferring servers, we didn't get a chance to report on this. For those who may have missed out on it all, E! is debuting a new reality series that actually covers the behind the scenes lives of some of your favorite soap stars for a change and not those "Real Housewives" we've gotten bored with from network sibling Bravo.
Matthew Ashford returns to NBC's "Days of our Lives" this September when his character, Jack Deveraux, finds himself back in Salem facing many changes and new challenges. Soap Opera Network spoke with Ashford at the "DAYS" studio about his return to the soap, his work on the web based series "The Bay" and the most pirated movie of 2008!
For the past two and a half weeks, I found myself in unfamiliar territory when it came to running the website as I was based out of Los Angeles. Normally, I run things here in New York. What I found unfamiliar, however, was finding out the true stories behind what many soap fans can't seem to get enough of - the Disney/ABC and Prospect Park connection as it relates to "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" and even "General Hospital." So what did I learn that I can share with you? Plenty!
Beginning on Monday, September 12 look for John O'Hurley to debut in the role of film producer Kit Sterling on "All My Children." Mr. Sterling will approach Pine Valley's leading lady Erica Kane (Susan Lucci) in an effort to convince her to turn her new book, "Erica Kane: Uncensored," into a big-screen production. O'Hurley is best known for the recurring role of Elaine's (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) boss John Peterman on the former NBC mega-hit series "Seinfeld" and his stint on the first season of ABC's hit reality series "Dancing with the Stars." He also hosted the popular syndicated game show "Family Fued."