Although it had been rumored, Deadline Hollywood has confirmed that Mackenzie Mauzy (ex-Phoebe Forrester, "The Bold and the Beautiful"; ex-Lizzie Spaulding, "Guiding Light") has joined the cast of Disney's "Into the Woods" playing Rapunzel opposite Billy Magnussen (ex-Casey Hughes, "As The World Turns"), who will play her prince, in the studios Rob Marshall directed film. "Woods" is an adaptation of the 1987 Broadway musical and will be produced by Marc Platt.
In an exclusive interview with TV Guide's Michael Logan, "The Bold and the Beautiful's" Lawrence Saint-Victor (Carter Walton) revealed that the CBS Daytime drama series will be turning its show within a show into a show. "Room 8," the fictional web series that finds Carter and Maya Avant (Karla Mosley) appearing as Lance and Scarlett, will be turning into a real web series courtesy of CBS.com.
Ratings Report for the Week of July 15-19, 2013
‘Tainted Dreams’ Adds Even More Cast Members With ‘OLTL’s’ Depaiva, Kristen and Walker All Signing On
With filming scheduled to begin in and around New York City on Monday, July 29, "Tainted Dreams," the new web series from the creative mind of "All My Children" supervising producer Sonia Blangiardo and provides a rare, realistic view behind the scenes of producing a daily scripted drama, has added three more daytime stars to its cast and they are all formerly of "One Life to Live."
Taylor Spreitler may be known to many fans as Lennox on ABC Family’s “Melissa & Joey,” but soap fans know her best as “Days of our Lives’” Mia McCormick, a role which she played from 2009 to 2010. But whether you love her for her comedy gig or her former soap gig, she’s open to any and all questions you can fire her way!
If you’re practically losing your head in excitement over Fox’s new series, “Sleepy Hollow,” then you’re in luck: The network is holding a contest in which three cities will win an exclusive advanced screening of the mystery-adventure drama!
Soap fans were thrilled when Oprah Winfrey’s network, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, announced that it would be airing a summer soap opera fling in which the first 40 episodes of the online soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” would broadcast over a 10 week period. And with the possibility of the network picking up both shows permanently if the ratings are high, a lot is on the line when it comes to those numbers! So just how did the sudsers perform?
Anyone who follows “General Hospital’s” Jack Wagner (Frisco Jones, ex-Dominick Marone, “The Bold and the Beautiful”) on Twitter knows that he’s used the social media site to air a lot of personal thoughts over the past few weeks following the death of his dog, Stanley. The actor has opened up about loss and addiction, among other things. But this week, he’s taken his admissions to a whole new level by bashing ‘GH’ and the way the executives and writers handled the sudser’s 50th anniversary!
Casting for Hallmark’s upcoming backdoor pilot, “My Gal Sunday” has been in full swing, and three of the series’ major players have finally been confirmed: Jack Wagner (Frisco Jones, “General Hospital;” ex-Dominick Marone, “The Bold and the Beautiful”), Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery, “All My Children”) and Rachel Blanchard (“Clueless;” “7th Heaven”).
Considered the Oscars for the young, The CW Television Network announced in early May that it'll broadcast "The 15th Annual Young Hollywood Awards," which marks the first time the awards show will be broadcast on television. Earlier today it was announced Michael Levitt (“The Billboard Music Awards”, “TV Land Awards”, “Scream Awards”, “Producers Guild Awards”, “World Music Awards”, “A-List Awards” and “ALMA Awards”) would be the executive producer of the telecast. The awards celebrates the best emerging talent in film, music…
DNA doesn't lie, but his ex does! THIS WEEK ...the truth could cost him everything!
Beginning Friday, July 26 and running through Sunday, July 28, "The Young and the Restless'" Leslie Stevens (Rose Turner) will join the cell block tango in "Chicago: The Musical." The actress will be appearing alongside such heavy weights as Lucy Lawless, Drew Carey, Stephen Moyer, Ashley Simpson and others at the Hollywood Bowl version of the Broadway hit.