CBS and Sony Pictures Television strike deal to keep “The Young and the Restless” on the air through the 2023-2024 broadcast television season.
“Days of our Lives” to resume production on Monday, February 3 following an extended production hiatus that began in November 2019.
NBC has officially renewed “Days of our Lives” for a 56th season. The show will air through at least September 2021.
Breaking down the preemptions, interruptions and re-runs of the soaps due to impeachment trial coverage for Monday, January 27, 2020
The Impeachment of President Donald J. Trump — Find out how the trial impacts your favorite soaps and much more.
“Days of our Lives” is heading to Peacock, NBCUniversal’s new streaming service that launches in April 2020.
NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy addresses the future of “Days of our Lives” on NBC.
Nominations for the “2020 Writers Guild Awards” were announced. Find out which shows were nominated and why some writers were excluded.
Angelica McDaniel is out as head of CBS Daytime after her position was folded into the current programming department, headed by Amy Reisenbach. ABC and NBC made similar decisions in recent years relating to their daytime programming.
Corday Productions is launching an online complimentary series to “Days of our Lives” that will follow the adventures of the popular duo Chad and Abigail (aka: “Chabby”) played by actors Billy Flynn and Kate Mansi. The project was written by head writer Ron Carlivati and will include eight episodes comprised of 6-10 minutes of content each.
Entertainers from the world of acting, modeling, music, sports, movies and more ask McDonald’s to adopt a comprehensive chicken welfare policy.
“The Young and the Restless” executive producer Anthony Morina and co-executive producer/head writer Josh Griffith discuss Phyllis switcheroo and more.
In the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest, the magazine shares that a popular male star is preparing to leave their soap. Who do you think it is?
CBS renews its entire daytime lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and “The Talk” for the 2019-2020 television season.
CBS Daytime to feature title cards at the end of each show’s broadcast honoring the life of the late Kristoff St. John. (Neil Winters, “The Young and the Restless”).
Eight years after their cancellations, there’s renewed talk of a second reboot of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” this time returning to ABC or another iteration on Hulu.