‘AMC’s’ March Casting Notes

Tuesday, February 24, 2009 12:06 AM ET | By Angela Rosa

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — The ins and outs of March 2009.

All My Children” Head-Writer Charles Pratt Jr. recently reported that David Canary’s character, Adam Chandler, would go on a three week hiatus in March. Don’t miss getting in your last winter 2008-2009 glimpses of the silver-fox on Monday, March 9, when Adam decides to hit the road. The grandfather won’t be leaving Pine Valley alone, expect not one but two other characters to join him, at least for a while. 

Anna Stuart reprises the role of Mary Smythe on Thursday, March 5. Mary returns for her daughter Greenlee’s (Rebecca Budig) memorial service. Stuart, who regularly appeared on “AMC” from 2002-2005, last aired on the serial on Thursday, January 29 at Greenlee’s bridal shower.

Frank Runyeon, Laila Robins and Adam-Jon Fiorentino will briefly return as Reese’s (Tamara Braun) father, Forrest, her mother, Claire, and her ex-fiancé, Simon. An appearance by the trio during the week of March 16 appears to finally give Reese clarity.

* Correction on date (March 9) made on 2/24/09 at 10:25 PM ET. Additional information added on 2/25/09 at 4:37 PM ET (final edit).

“All My Children” air Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.


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