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Before news of Steve Burton's return to "General Hospital" became official, rumors began to swirl that Jason Thompson might soon be leaving "The Young and the Restless" and his role as Billy Abbott, and possibly be heading back to Port Charles as Dr. Patrick Drake. But not so fast!
Speculation on the possible return of Steve Burton to "General Hospital" can finally be put to rest. ABC has confirmed through an on-air promo that the actor is indeed returning to the daytime soap opera that made him a household name. But who will be playing?
While ABC is not commenting, it's being reported that actor Steve Burton is returning to "General Hospital." But will he be reprising his iconic role as Jason Morgan, currently portrayed by Billy Miller, or will the soap tackle The Tale of Two Jason's?
Despite signing a four-year contract with the soap last summer, Rebecca Budig is out as "General Hospital's" Hayden Barnes.
It's been months since it was announced that Ron Carlivati would be taking over head writing duties at "Days of our Lives" and we're finally just weeks away from seeing where he plans to take the folks of Salem.
Veteran CBS Daytime executives Margot Wain, Ray Paolantonio and Laurie Seidman have been given a promotion, it was announced today by Angelica McDaniel, Executive Vice President, Daytime Programs and Syndicated Program Development, CBS Entertainment and CBS Television Distribution. Wain has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Daytime Programs, and Paolantonio and Seidman have been promoted to Vice Presidents, Daytime Programs.
With a successful lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and a hit talk show, CBS announced today that it has renewed its full daytime lineup for the 2017-18 television season. Additionally, "The Young and the Restless" received an overall three-year commitment from the network, keeping it on the air through at least the 2019-2020 television season. "The Price is Right" was renewed through the 2018-19 television season.
With the Megyn Kelly drama now behind the network following news of the former FOX News Channel journalist taking over the third hour of "The Today Show" with her own new morning program, NBC has finally made a decision on the future of NBC's "Days of our Lives" and it's a positive one.
Prospect Park Networks v. ABC Case Dismissed, Alphabet Network Regains Rights to ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to…
First filed in April 2013, the lawsuit brought against the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) by Prospect Park Networks, LLC over soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" has been dismissed, court records show. As a result, rights to the soap operas have been returned to ABC.
With just two days left before the second presidential debate in St. Louis, another Donald Trump scandal has put the Trump campaign into crisis mode. The latest scandal involves a 2005 video released to The Washington Post, which includes audio from a hot microphone where the Republican candidate is heard making vulgar comments about women while openly talking with former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush. The two were headed to the set of "Days of our Lives" where Trump was scheduled to tape a cameo appearance at the time.
With May Sweeps now underway, CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless" look to be on course to keep their perch as daytime's top two dramas in Total Viewers, Women 25-54 rating and Women 18-49 rating.
While "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," taking place on Sunday, May 1, is the grand daddy of awards shows honoring daytime television, it's actually the awards show that only honors those in front of the camera. But what about those behind the scenes that make your favorites look as great as they do each and every year? That's what "The 43rd Annual Creative Arts Daytime Emmys" are for. Taking place on Friday, April 29 from the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites in Los Angeles, CA, the awards show is about to get…