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If you are a fan of "General Hospital," and have not been living under a rock, you are probably aware of Nathan Varni, manager, current series, ABC Entertainment. But what you may not be aware of is recent allegations that the executive may have allegedly crossed the line when it comes to revealing intimate details surrounding contract negotiations between the network and its actors, particularly in regards to Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber).
According to Daytime Confidential, contract talks between "General Hospital" and one of its leading ladies has reportedly hit a snag. Rebecca Herbst, who has been with the show since 1997 as Elizabeth Webber, might even be headed to NBC's "Days of our Lives" should talks between the soap and the actress lead to her exiting the daytime drama series.
"General Hospital's" Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) will be appearing on the Thursday, February 25 edition of "The Dr. Oz Show," the actor announced on his Instagram page yesterday. "Going to discuss something very important to me," wrote the actor.
Despite claims by "Days of our Lives" executive producer Ken Corday that any character killed after September 2015 would remain dead, rumors are running rampant that the soap has secretly been in negotiations with three-time Daytime Emmy Award Winner Chandler Massey to reprise his role as Will Horton, who was murdered in October by the necktie killer (Ben Weston, played by Robert Scott Wilson) during Guy Wilson's turn in the popular role. Adding fuel to the fire are recent comments by Massey's former publicist, Jeffrey…
As previously reported, NBC has officially renewed "Days of our Lives" for next season, the show's 51st. In announcing the pickup, Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment, said, "NBC is incredibly proud of the legacy of 'Days of our Lives' and we couldn’t be more excited to brings its fans new stories for the 51st season.
The annual "General Hospital" Fan Club Weekend event is scheduled to take place beginning Thursday, July 28 and run through at least Monday, August 1.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" will soon welcome Chaz Bono to its roster of guest stars. The child of Sonny and Cher will appear as a minister in the Thursday, March 31 and Friday, April 1 episodes of the CBS Daytime drama series, reports PEOPLE.
It's Valentine's Week on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and things are turning red, blue and just a little crazy, especially when Quinn Fuller (Rena Sofer) is part of the equation.
After seven seasons and hundreds of twists, CBS' "The Good Wife" will finally come to a close, it was announced just a short time ago via a bittersweet promo aired during Super Bowl 50.
The story of Billy Hayes and his daring escape from a Turkish prison and eventual return to a country that had blocked him from re-entry for more than 30 years is the center of "Midnight Return: The Story of Billy Hayes and Turkey" the feature-length documentary directed by veteran daytime writer Sally Sussman Morina ("The Young and the Restless," "Another World," "Days of our Lives," "Generations"). The documentary will make its U.S. debut during "The 31st Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival" next week.
With news that Michael Easton would soon be returning to ABC's "General Hospital" in the weeks ahead, who better to hear from about his return than the actor himself? In a posting on his Facebook page, Easton not only reiterates the truthfulness of today's big news, but also shares that it's because of the fans that he's even able to return to the daytime drama series.
After teasing "huge news" on his Twitter page last week, "General Hospital" executive producer Frank Valentini revealed just a short time ago that actor Michael Easton (ex-Silas Clay; ex-John McBain) is returning to the daytime drama series in the weeks ahead.