Former CBS Daytime head honcho Barbara Bloom is heading back to daytime television, this time as part of the writing team at "General Hospital."
In addition to the American Red Cross, there are a number of other organizations that have pledged their time and resources to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. In their pledge to help, The CW has teamed up with the Texas Flood and Hurricane Relief to raise donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey. For every donation, 100% of every dollar raised will go to those affected.
"General Hospital" stars Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones), Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis), and Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) were just some of the actors from the daytime drama series who took the time to answer calls from viewers all across America as part of Disney|ABC Television Group's "Day of Giving," which took place on Thursday, August 31, and continued well into Friday morning. In conjunction with the American Red Cross, the initiative has so far raised $14.3 million in aid that'll help…
In a late Sunday night press release, CBS Corporation announced that it has agreed to acquire Australia's Network Ten for an undisclosed amount. The deal includes the core linear broadcast network TEN, digital terrestrial television channel (DTT) ELEVEN, which CBS already owned a 33 percent stake in, the DTT channel ONE and Network Ten’s rapidly growing digital platform, TENPLAY. The broadcaster is home to the Australian airings of "The Bold and the Beautiful," which filmed a number of episodes…
The bi-annual list of Television's Highest Paid Stars: The Soap Opera Edition, is here! Find out who made the cut, who got richer and how being part of TV's biggest hit doesn't always equal big checks.
ABC's "The Great American Eclipse" brought in the most viewers of any network, cable or broadcast, during the network's coverage of the first total solar eclipse in 38 years on Monday, August 21. The program, which aired from 1:00-3:00 p.m. EDT, was hosted by "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir and brought in 7.9 million viewers with about 2.1 million in the Adults 25-54 demo, nearly tripling the average of what all-new episodes of "The Chew" and "General Hospital" would have attracted in the…
For the first time in 38 years, America will experience a total solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. In anticipation of the historic event, the broadcast networks, or in some instances, a number of their affiliated stations, will pre-empt regularly scheduled programming for live coverage.
Michael Einfeld shutters L.A. offices after reports of death threats and the social media response to his alleged remarks to a former assistant who quit after receiving an email saying "Uppity selfish c---" and "Someone should sew her vagina shut."
The creative home of "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder," among others, is leaving its longtime home at ABC Studios for a rich overall multi-year deal at Netflix, the streaming giant behind the likes of "The Crown," "Master of None" and "House of Cards."
During NBC's portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday, Jennifer Salke, president, NBC Entertainment, was asked questions about the upcoming 2017-18 television season and the success of the network's primetime lineup -- the network finished #1 in the key sales demo. But one question on the minds of many was the status of "Days of our Lives," which was renewed through September 2018 earlier this year.
For nearly a decade fans have wondered which soap might go next after the departures of "All My Children," "As The World Turns," "Guiding Light," "One Life to Live" and "Passions," but no matter what happens in the future, "General Hospital" star Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin) plans to stick with his soap until the end, or as long as they'll have him.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" today released a PSA to fight distracted driving following scenes in which R.J (Anthony Turpel), and his girlfriend, Coco (Courtney Grosbeck) are involved in a car accident.
Soap stars past and present have something to say about President Trump banning transgender people from serving in the U.S. military.