"The Bold and the Beautiful" taps Erica Pelosini Leeman as executive fashion consultant. Watch how she transforms the fashion style of the world's most watched daily drama.
Lee Phillip Bell, co-creator of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," has died at 91 years old.
Watch “The Bold and the Beautiful” star Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy Forrester) take home the gold during “The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.”
With the recent news that “The Bold and the Beautiful” is on an upswing regarding ratings, fans have had their fingers crossed that more good news would follow — including a possible return by beloved beauty <strong>Jacqueline MacInnes Wood</strong> (ex-Steffy Forrester). In response to the buzz, the actress took to Facebook to set the record straight concerning whether or not she’ll be back to stir up more trouble for Liam (<strong>Scott Clifton</strong>), Hope (<strong>Kim Matula</strong>) and the rest of the Forrester clan.
"Husbands: The Series," which made history as the first online series to be hosted by The Paley Center for Media in 2012, will make history again next month when it debuts its third season on CW Seed, the new digital and social media platform from The CW Television Network. The comedy series, co-created by Jane Espenson (“Once Upon a Time“) and writer/actor Brad Bell (“Pop-Up Video“), stars Bell, using his persona “Cheeks,” and Sean Hemeon (Brady Kelly) as two men, dating for only six weeks, who wake up in Vegas to find themselves married all thanks to marriage equality. The series also stars Alessandra Torresani (Haley).
A week after word leaked that Ronn Moss (Ridge Forrester) opted not to renew his contract, CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," now in its 26th season, has worked overtime to not lose another member of its "core four" (the soaps four original cast members).
On Friday, July 27, we reported that CBS' "The Young and the Restless" would be holding a Paley Center for Media panel as the daytime soap gears up to celebrate its 10,000th show. We are also happy to report that "Husbands," an online series following the lives of a young same-sex couple through all their trials and tribulations will make history as the first online series to be hosted by The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California.