More than a month since filming what was expected to be his final scenes as Julian Jerome on ABC's "General Hospital," following the two sides hitting an impasse during contract negotiations, actor William deVry and the daytime drama series have finally reached a deal that will keep the fan favorite on the soap opera for the foreseeable future.
While we don't expect him to be donning his Magic Milo attire any time soon, actor Drew Cheetwood recently announced that he'll soon re-appear on ABC's "General Hospital" as Sonny's long-time bodyguard, Milo Giambetti.
"General Hospital" is said to be embarking on territory that has been told several times before, including by the show itself, "Days of our Lives," "One Life to Live" and others. But are they really?
New episodes of The CW's "The Flash" don't premiere until October, but we already have some idea of what's about to happen: "The Young and the Restless" alum Hartley Sawyer (ex-Kyle Abbott) has joined the cast for the upcoming fourth season of the series in the recurring role of Ralph Dibny (aka Elongated Man).
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Five years since departing CBS' "The Young and the Restless," actor Peter Porte (ex-Ricky Williams) has made a name for himself with appearances in such shows as "NCIS," "Living with Models" and more recently starring as Brad on "Baby Daddy." On Saturday, August 5, the actor will star opposite Amanda Righetti ("Colony," "The Mentalist") in the Hallmark Channel original movie, "Love at the Shore."
Now that Tyler Christopher's joining "Days of our Lives" has been confirmed, the actor shared fond words for his new Salem family while reminiscing over his early days as Nikolas Cassadine on "General Hospital," and hope for the possibilities that lie ahead. "I want to thank 'Days of our Lives' for welcoming me into their home. Although I can't comment on the character, Ron Carlivati has handed me a gem of a story I am eager for you to see," said Christopher on Twitter yesterday. READ: Confirmed: Tyler Christopher Now at…
Kicking off the annual "General Hospital" Fan Club Weekend on Thursday, August 3, was an event by actors William deVry (Julian Jerome) and Robert Palmer Watkins (Dillion Quartermaine). Of course, the topic on everyone's mind was on where things stand between the soap and deVry, whose contract expired on June 30.
"General Hospital" is currently casting the contract role of an African American female, reports Daytime Confidential.
After six seasons as a co-host on CBS' "The Talk," actress and comedian Aisha Tyler said goodbye to her co-hosts, friends and colleagues on the Friday, August 4 edition of the talk show, which also marked the final original for the 2016-17 television season.