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  • ‘WEST END’ Starring ‘OLTL’s’ Melissa Archer to Screen at SoHo Film Festival

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    The OnLine Network/TOLN
    Later this evening “One Life to Live’s” Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan) will be appearing on the red carpet for the SoHo Film Festival screening of her new movie, “West End,” which also stars Eric Roberts (“The Dark Knight,” Oscar®-nominated and Golden Globe®-nominated “Runaway Train,”), Neal Bledsoe (“Smash”, “Gossip Girl,” “Ugly Betty”), Peter Onorati (“Goodfellas,” “American… Read More » READ MORE
  • Former ‘DAYS’ Star Matt Cedeno Joins Susan Lucci’s ‘Devious Maids’ in Recurring Role

    ABC Studios
    ABC Studios
    Deadline is reporting that former "Days of our Lives" star Matt Cedeno (ex-Brandon Walker) has landed a recurring role on Lifetime's "Devious Maids," which stars Susan Lucci ("All My Children"), Ana Ortiz ("Ugly Betty"), Roselyn Sanchez ("Without a Trace"), Grant Show ("Melrose Place") and Brianna Brown ("General Hospital"). Cedeno is said to be featured in the tweaked pilot, which was originally conceived as a possible series for ABC during last seasons development cycle, and will likely be upped to series regular if the show is picked up by Lifetime for a second season. Cedeno will play the role of... READ MORE
  • ‘All My Children’ Alum Lands NBC Pilot

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Former "All My Children" star T.C. Warner (ex-Kelsey Jefferson) has joined the cast of the NBC pilot "After Hours," which centers on a group of Army doctors who work the night shift in the emergency room at San Antonio Medical Center. The series is described as a cross between "ER" and "Mash," with storylines loosely based on true incidents that have occurred at a real-life hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Warner will portray Amy Budden, a nurse at the hospital. READ MORE
  • CBS Cancels ‘Partners’

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    Smallz + Raskind/Warner Bros
    According to a report by Deadline.com's Nellie Andreeva, CBS has canceled freshman comedy "Partners" after the program hit a new series low in the coveted Adults 18-49 demo (1.8 rating) this past Monday. The series starred Brandon Routh (“One Life to Live”), Michael Urie (“Ugly Betty”), David Krumholtz (“Numb3rs”) and Sophia Bush (“One Tree Hill”). The series was based on the lives of creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick as two life-long friends and business partners whose “bromance” is put to the test when one of them becomes engaged. READ MORE
  • CBS Releases First Cast Photos of ‘Partners’

    CBS
    CBS
    CBS has released the first group cast photos of "Partners," the networks new comedy series starring Brandon Routh ("One Life to Live"), Michael Urie ("Ugly Betty"), David Krumholtz ("Numb3rs") and Sophia Bush ("One Tree Hill"). READ MORE
  • Former ‘One Life to Live’ Star is First Time Father

    Photo Credit: Zimbio
    Photo Credit: Zimbio
    Former "One Life to Live" star Brandon Routh (ex-Seth Anderson) and wife Courtney Ford ("True Blood") have welcomed their first child, reports People Magazine on their website. Leo James Routh, born Friday, August 10, weighed in at 8lbs. and measured 20 1/2 inches. READ MORE
  • Amber Tamblyn and James Franco Team Up ‘127 Hours’

    WME Entertainment
    WME Entertainment
    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital’s” Amber Tamblyn (ex-Emily Quartermaine) has signed on to star along-side James Franco (Franco) in the upcoming film “127 Hours” by “Slumdog Millionaire” Academy Award winning director Danny Boyle. The film is about Aron Ralston (Franco), a mountain climber who is forced to cut off his arm with a dull knife in… Read More » READ MORE
  • ABC.com Adds ‘GH’ and ‘The View’ to Full Episode Player

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    "General Hospital" and "The View" receive a special vote of confidence from the ABC Television Network as the two have been added to the network's popular ABC.com Full Episode Player lineup. The series join ABC's primetime programming including "Desperate Housewives," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Ugly Betty." READ MORE