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Tina Returns to Llanview…And Her Little Dog, Too

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:09 AM EDT
Three years after her character uttered the words "Goodbye Llanview, I'm gonna miss you ... but you have not seen the last of Tina Lord Roberts, that I promise you," Andrea Evans returns to "One Life to Live" as Tina attempts to reconcile with her estranged family. However, it isn't exactly love of family that brings Tina back home.
With his character murdered only weeks after finding out he was really Todd Manning's (Roger Howarth) twin brother Victor Lord, Jr. and not the reformed rapist himself, Trevor St. John taped his final scenes on "One Life to Live" on July 22 after eight years on the show. Now that he has already left the canvas, aside from some possible flashbacks scenes, his former "One Life" co-stars take a few moments to wish him well and recall what they learned from him over the years.

Kristen Alderson Makes Music for ‘One Life to Live’

Wednesday, August 31, 2011 10:30 PM EDT
If you watched yesterday's (August 30) episode of "One Life to Live" you likely heard Kristen Alderson's (Starr) singing during the montage at the end of the episode where Victor Lord, Jr. (Trevor St. John) was gunned down by an unknown assailant. And if you liked the song you are in luck, it will soon be available for fans to download.
On "One Life to Live" Shenell Edmonds plays Destiny Evans, a teenager who is seventeen and pregnant. That alone would be enough to scare the average teenager. But it is even worse for Destiny, considering she is estranged from her grandparents, her father is in jail, and her boyfriend recovering from severe brain injuries in a special treatment center hours away. Next month, the frightened young mother-to-be weighs her options, and has her world turned upside down yet again, thanks to forces (and people) beyond her control.

It’s ‘Life’ After Death for Farah Fath

Sunday, July 17, 2011 11:38 PM EDT
It appears that not even death can keep Gigi Morasco (Farah Fath) away from Llanview and her beloved Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier). Fath revealed recently that, even after her character's demise, "I can't say that I'm 100% done with the show." True to her word, the actress brings Gigi back to "Life" in the coming weeks when Rex needs her the most. But is it really her spirit that is seeing, or simply a product of his grieving, overactive imagination?