With word that <strong>Robb Derringer</strong> would be <a title="Robb Derringer Departing ‘General Hospital’" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/01/robb-derringer-departing-general-hospital">vacating</a> the role of Special Agent Kyle Sloane on ABC's "General Hospital," it was anyone's guess as to what the soap planned to do with the character. Enter "As The World Turns" alum <strong>Grayson McCouch</strong> (ex-Dusty Donovan).
As <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/confirmed-brandon-barash-returning-gh">previously reported</a>, <strong>Brandon Barash</strong> is reprising the role of Johnny Zacchara on ABC's "General Hospital" and it looks like he's set to mark his return this week when Johnny comes face to face with Sonny Corinthos (<strong>Maurice Benard</strong>), at least that's how it appears in the promo for this week's worth of episodes. "Wait. What? Johnny's back this week?!" <a href="https://twitter.com/BrandonBarash/status/539461586620911616" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">tweeted</a> Barash shortly after the promo was released.
As Aisha Tyler said yesterday on “The Talk,” John Mayer has a history of being a little bit of a stomp-around, and according to a recent Perez Hilton story about his breakup with singer Katy Perry, he’s living up to the reputation!
If you’re looking to set some resolutions for 2014 and need some inspiration, look no further! Soap Opera Network asked “Days of our Lives” and “General Hospital” stars to open up on how they hope to improve themselves and their lives in the year to come, and they were none too shy to shed some light on the ways they’re setting out to achieve greatness. Bonus: They also threw in some opinions on how their characters should approach 2014, as well! Read on for the fun, and happy New Year from Soap Opera Network!
Whether it’s parties or church events or cooking (oh my!), shopping or wrapping or snow shoveling (oh why?), the stars of “General Hospital” and “Days of our Lives” will be quite busy this holiday season! But don’t worry: Before the casts took off for their fun-filled Christmas break, Soap Opera Network managed to catch a few actors and get the scoop on how they plan to spend the next two weeks ahead!
In the newest issue of ABC Soaps In Depth, "General Hospital" star Julie Marie Berman has announced in an exclusive interview that she is leaving the series after seven and a half years portraying Lulu Spencer. "I always have a desire to grow and challenge myself in other mediums. And there are enough reasons now that my gut is telling me this is the right time to finally let go of 'GH.'" Berman says she informed her bosses back in July of last year that she had plans to leave the series. "I gave my notice in July to leave when my contract was up in November last year," said Berman, who also explained that she decided to stay a little while longer after subsequent discussions between her management team and "GH" executive producer Frank Valentini.
Although it wasn't listed with the other "Hot" stuff in TV Guide Magazine's Annual "Hot List" issue (pages 16-35), "General Hospital" did earn a spot under Michael Logan's Daytime Highlights column (page 84) under the heading "Hot Again." NBC's "Days of our Lives" also made the cut under the heading "Hot Days, Hotter Nights" courtesy of daytime's hottest (and only) gay on screen couple, Will Horton (Chandler Massey) and Sonny Kiriakis (Freddie Smith).
Daytime Confidential is reporting that ABC's "General Hospital" and Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) may part ways as the show has been unable to broker a new deal with the actor.
Nickelodeon has tapped former "General Hospital" executive producer Jill Farren Phelps and former "One Life To Live" head writer Josh Griffith to adapt the popular Mexican telenovela "Alcanzar una Estrella" for Nick at Nite.