Soap Opera Network Staff
"The best rivalries aren't only in football, they're on 'The Young and the Restless,'" states next weeks promo for the CBS Daytime drama series, which highlights rivals Nikki and Ian (actor Ray Wise, who debuts on Thursday, January 23), Billy and Adam, and Victor and Jack.
In an exclusive interview with TV Guide's Michael Logan, "The Young and the Restless'" David Tom reveals that he had to audition for the role of Billy Abbott when the series was looking to recast the character when contract talks between current portrayer Billy Miller and Sony Pictures Television proved to be unsuccessful. This was despite the fact that Tom garnered two Daytime Emmy Award nominations in the category of Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series in 2000 and 2001 (he won in 2000) for his portrayal of the…
"I'm Lucas Jones. I'm your son," says an angered Lucas (Ryan Carnes) when he seemingly confronts his biological daddy this week on "General Hospital."
Since debuting in January 2011, "Shameless" has become one of Showtime's most underrated hits. Now entering its fourth season, the series picks up a few weeks from where season three left off: The Gallaghers braving another brutal Chicago winter and waiting on the medical fate of their flawed, permanently pickled patriarch, Frank (William H. Macy). With Fiona (Emmy Rossum) in a stable job and relationship, and Lip (Jeremy Allen White) enrolled in college, can the Gallaghers finally realize the middle class American dream?
On tonights' episode of ABC's "Revenge," entitled "Endurance," Emily (Emily VanCamp) is physically and mentally broken following her failed attempt to frame Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) for her murder - Daniel (Josh Bowman) ended up shooting Emily for real on her wedding night - and as a result ends up getting closer than ever to the Graysons who have decided to close ranks around her by virtually keeping her captive in Grayson manor. In a promo touting tonight's episode, it looks as though Victoria may be getting closer to…
Michelle Stafford Goes Behind The Scenes of ‘The Stafford Project’; Plus Watch Every Season One Episode
Ever wonder what it all took to make "The Stafford Project" come together? In a new behind the scenes video, creator Michelle Stafford (ex-Phyllis Summers, "The Young and the Restless") informs fans of the hit web series that it all came about from a script in her head, how co-creators Paige Dorian and Paige Long helped evolve the idea from her head to the screen, and much more. Plus, if you haven't been exposed to the series until now, we've got every episode available for your viewing pleasure!
CBS' "The Young and the Restless" is already bringing it, if ratings are anything to go by, but next week the soap will be kicking things into high gear with Summer's (Hunter King) desire to be perfect turning into a deadly situation and Billy (Billy Miller) getting ever closer to learning the truth about Adam's (Michael Muhney) possible role in the death of his daughter.
As previously reported, "General Hospital's" Emily Wilson (ex-Ellie Trout) announced that she will be appearing in an upcoming episode of ABC's "Castle," which Soap Opera Network has since learned will air on Monday, January 27.
CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless" ushered in 2014 with their largest weekly audiences in several years, according to ratings data released today by Nielsen Media Research for the week of December 30, 2013 through January 3, 2014.
Lifetime announced today that Sunday, April 20 at 10:00 PM ET/PT marks the grand return of its s newest primetime guilty pleasure, "Devious Maids." According to the network, the season two opener will be directed by executive producer Eva Longoria, which will also marks Longoria's television directorial debut.
Nominees for Outstanding Actor and Actress in a Daytime Drama Series were announced today for "The 45th NAACP Image Awards," scheduled to air Saturday, February 22 on TV One. "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" were once again dominant in both acting categories.
According to Law360.com, Allison "Sam" Hall, a former co-head writer of ABC's "One Life to Live," is suing the network over what he claims are royalties owed since the soap transitioned to the web via Hulu and iTunes, and broadcast during summer 2013 on OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network), courtesy of Prospect Park - the company that licensed the rights to both programs from Disney/ABC in 2011. Hall reportedly filed his complaint against American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (ABC) on Tuesday, January 7, in New York. Hall was named…