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  • Soap Opera Network: 10 Years of Soap Opera Discussion, News and Much More

    Soap Opera Network
    Soap Opera Network
    October 8, 2011 marks the tenth anniversary of Soap Opera Network, an online magazine celebrating the world of soaps past, present and future. READ MORE
  • Ratings Comparison of Last Four Cancelled Soaps

    Here is a comparison of the last four cancelled soap operas. READ MORE
  • ‘Days of our Lives’ Executive Producer Gary Tomlin Fired!

    Corday Productions, Inc.
    Corday Productions, Inc.
    After a week of unconfirmed (by the show) firings of numerous actors, NBC's "Days of our Lives" has now fired its co-executive producer, Gary Tomlin. The news was first reported by TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco on Twitter. News of Tomlin's firing comes on the heals of last months firing of head writer Dena Higley and the recent firings of actors Crystal Chappell (Carly Manning), Louise Sorel (Vivian Alamain), Bren Foster (Quinn Hudson), Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe Lane), and Tamara Braun (Taylor Walker). READ MORE
  • DAYS First Look: Lindsay Hartley on Set

    DAYS First Look: Lindsay Hartley on Set

    Friday, July 31, 2009 2:55 PM PT | By Errol Lewis (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Lindsay Hartley (ex-Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald, “Passions”) has joined the cast of NBC’s “Days of our Lives” in the contract role of Arianna Hernandez. Now Soap Opera Network has your first look at the actress on the set of the drama series along-side co-stars… Read More »

  • Breaking News: ‘Guiding Light’ Cancelled by CBS

    TeleNext Media, Inc.
    TeleNext Media, Inc.
    After 72 years on air between radio and television, CBS's "Guiding Light" will cease broadcasting on the CBS Television Network due to low ratings. Love may save the world, but apparently it wasn't enough to save television's longest running daytime drama. Even with having its name published in the Guinness World Record Book and winning three Daytime Emmy's for Best Drama Series (the most recent being in 2007), "GL" found itself unable to withstand the mass exodus of viewers from the traditional daytime soap format in recent years. READ MORE
  • BREAKING NEWS: List of ‘Financial Core’ Writers

    BREAKING NEWS: List of ‘Financial Core’ Writers

    EXCLUSIVE: Soap Opera Network has learned the names of soap opera writers who declared “Financial Core” status to keep on working during the strike. By going “Fi-Core,” these writers can never be members of the WGA again but they continue to pay reduced union dues and the Guild is obligated to continue providing services such health insurance, pension and residuals. Though they can still work on Guild projects, Guild members will not be keen to hire them.

  • Soaps Get Coal for Christmas

    Yolanda Perez/ABC
    Yolanda Perez/ABC
    ABC, CBS, and NBC are not in the the mood to show you the fantasy of daytime drama on Christmas day. The networks have decided to ignore it's female demographic, and go after the men and children in the house courtesy of Christmas specials and sports, sports and more sports. READ MORE
  • Justin Hartley is ‘Aquaman’

    Photo Credit: Chris Haston/NBC
    Photo Credit: Chris Haston/NBC
    CBS Corp. and Warner Bros. Television stunned the television industry in late January, when they decided to merge their UPN and WB Television Networks to create a new and improved network called The CW in September. Now, they have stunned the industry yet again with the hiring of former "Passions" star, Justin Hartley (ex-Fox Crane) in the new untitled "Aquaman" project. Hartley replaces Will Toale."Will is a talented actor with a promising career and we hope to work with him in the future," a CW spokesman said. "We have made the decision to go in a different direction with... READ MORE
  • From ‘Gilmore’ to ‘American Dreams’

    WireImage
    WireImage
    "Gilmore Girls" bad boy Milo Ventimiglia has joined the cast of NBC"s ratings deprived "American Dreams." Ventimiglia, who played Jess on the WB drama series, will star alongside former "Guiding Light" actress Brittany Snow (ex-Susan Lemay), who plays Meg Pryor on the series. He will portray her love interest, who is described as a radical high school senior whose family moves in next door to the Pryors. READ MORE