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    A Martinez and Judith McConnell Join the Cast of ‘The Bay: The Series’

    “The Bay: The Series,” the much beloved web series created by Gregori J. Martin, will welcome former “Santa Barbara” stars A. Martinez (ex-Cruz Castillo) and Judith McConnell (ex-Sophia Capwell) to its cast during Chapter 14 of the series, which premieres in mid December on ROKU via BLIP.TV and the show’s official website, thebaytheseries.com. With their joining, Martinez and McConnell reunite with former “Santa Barbara” co-stars Lane Davies and Nicolas Coster. More

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    FIRST LOOK: ‘DAYS” James Scott Reunites With Roxanna In Second Music Video; Actor Calls The Chemistry ‘Intense!’

    Roxanna’s steamy “Unforgotten” music video featuring “Days of our Lives’” James Scott (ex-EJ DiMera) set the world on fire, and the flames will continue to roar: The pair has reunited in a second music video for the singer’s next single, “Here With Me,” which serves as a prequel to “Unforgotten.” And guess what? Soap Opera Network sat down with both Scott — who recently departed the daytime world — and Roxanna to get the scoop on what fans can expect from Part Two of their onscreen romance! More

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    HBO To Offer Stand-Alone Streaming Service in 2015

    During the Time Warner Inc. Investor Meeting today, Richard Plepler, chairman and CEO, HBO, announced that the company will begin offering a stand-alone streaming subscription service in 2015, which will provide programming from the Pay TV network to non-cable/satellite subscribers for the first time. Currently cable/satellite subscribers of the network are able to stream the network’s programming via the popular HBO GO service. More

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    COMING SOON: ‘General Hospital Now’ Hosted by Nancy Lee Grahn

    For several weeks now “General Hospital” star Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) has been teasing an upcoming ABC.com series that she’s hosting which will feature the likes of comedians Sarah Colonna (“Chelsea Lately”), Jimmy Pardo (“Comedy Bang! Bang!”) and Jen Kober (“American Reunion”), as well as “GH” stars Sebastian Roche (ex-Jerry Jacks), Lisa LoCicero (Olivia Falconeri), Jason Thompson (Patrick Drake) and Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones), which she describes as a show about her daytime drama series “with a big dose of funny or die or be in a coma coming to ABC.com.” Just a short time ago, Grahn revealed the new series has officially wrapped filming and will be called “General Hospital Now,” which she also notes is “SNLish mixed with Soap. Coming soon in digital near you.” More

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    Jonathan Jackson + Enation Reveals Cover Art for New Album

    When he’s not appearing on ABC’s “Nashville,” former “General Hospital” star Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky Spencer) is working on music for the upcoming release of his new album with band Enation, whose members include Jackson’s real-life brother, Richard Lee, and Daniel Sweatt. The album, “Radio Cinematic,” is set for release on Tuesday, October 14 via Loud […] More

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    WATCH: ‘DAYS’’ James Scott in Sexy Music Video From Album Released This Month

    Fans of “Days of our Lives’” James Scott (EJ DiMera) may be disappointed that he’s not playing sexy Christian Grey in the upcoming film “50 Shades of Grey,” but we have some consoling information: Many of you might not know that he can be seen in the ultra erotic music video for “Unforgotten,” a tune from Roxanna’s album, Exotica, which was released earlier this month! More

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    UPDATE: ‘Everything Is Possible’ For Jonathan Jackson + Enation; Band Set To Make National Debut on ‘The View’ and ‘The Better Show’

    Fans who’ve attended the “General Hospital” fan club weekend over the years have had the pleasure of experiencing music by former “GH” star Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky Spencer) and his Enation band. Surprisingly enough, the band, which includes Jackson’s real-life brother, Richard Lee, and Daniel Sweatt, have yet to perform in front of a national audience. That will soon change when they perform their new single, “Everything Is Possible,” from their upcoming fall 2014 album, on ABC’s “The View” and the syndicated/online talk show, “The Better Show,” co-hosted by former “All My Children” actress Rebecca Budig (ex-Greenlee Smythe). More

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    ‘Y&R’s’ Cady McClain Talks Sexual Abuse and Alcoholism At the Hands of Her Father in New Book, ‘Murdering My Youth: A Memoir’

    In an interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” which aired this weekend in its entirety and was conducted by her former “All My Children” co-star Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery), actress Cady McClain (Kelly Andrews, “The Young and the Restless”; ex-Dixie Martin, “AMC”) talks about her new book, “Murdering My Youth: A Memoir,” where she reveals that her parents used her for financial gain, how her years of sexual abuse at the hands of her father nearly led her down an emotional breaking point after filming love scenes at “AMC,” and how her marriage to “General Hospital’s” Jon Lindstrom (Kevin Collins) has helped her grow. More

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    Alison Sweeney Talks About Her New Book and ‘DAYS’ Exit

    After saying goodbye to friends and colleagues on Friday, May 23 as she wrapped filming her 21 year run as Samantha “Sami” Brady on NBC’s “Days of our Lives,” Alison Sweeney is gearing up for the release of “Scared Scriptless,” her fourth book. The actress will appear at the NBC Experience Store in New York on Tuesday, June 3 signing purchased copies of her book, which is being released by Hyperion the same day. More

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    WATCH: The ‘Hot Mess’ of Life

    “It’s the true-life story of young, single women screwing up, falling down, causing a scene, making a mess — and living to tell the tale.” No, that is not the description of “Girls,” the HBO comedy series created by and starring Lena Dunham. It is actually the basis of “Hot Mess,” a web series where seven actresses reenactment real-life situations that at times leaves viewers questioning how one could have ever let something like that happen , but ultimately glad it never happened to them. More

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