While <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/ghs-marc-anthony-samuel-kelly-thiebaud-john-j-york-bumped-recurring-status">previously just a rumor</a>, a rep for "General Hospital" confirms to <em>Soap Opera Network</em> that actor <strong>Brandon Barash</strong> will once again reprise the role of Johnny Zaccara on the daytime drama series. While a first airdate, nor what brings the character back to the canvas, is known at this time, we're sure that any return of the bad boy to the soap will result in some much desired drama for several characters.

Fans have long wondered when "General Hospital's" contract cast would be a receiving a trimming, as it's widely known that the series has quite a large group of actors that make up the Port Charles canvas, but it was anyone's guess whose status would be changed. <em>Soap Opera Network</em> has learned that actors <strong>Marc Anthony Samuel</strong> (Felix DuBois), <strong>Kelly Thiebaud</strong> (Britt Westbourne) and <strong>John J. York</strong> (Mac Scorpio) have all been placed on recurring status. In the case of Thiebaud and Samuel, their status change will be reflected in the on air credits in the coming weeks. York has been listed as a recurring cast member since early October.

Opinions regarding the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Award show have been mixed, but opinions regarding the four women that the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences hired to host the red carpet pre-show remain the same across the board: The foursome are being criticized as being amateurish and downright offensive.

Good news Kirsten Storms fans: The actress will be back filming as “General Hospital’s” Maxie Jones very soon!

"General Hospital" Fan favorites Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones), Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny Zacchara), Bradford Anderson (ex-Damien Spinelli), Kathleen Gati (Liesl Obrecht), Lynn Herring (Lucy Coe) and Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin) are heading to Florida this fall as they get ready to party it up with fans in Orlando the weekend of Friday, November 7 through Sunday, November 9.

As previously reported, the annual "General Hospital" Fan Club weekend will take place from Thursday, July 31 through Monday, August 4 at the Sportmen’s Lodge Hotel and Events Center in Studio City, CA. Tickets for the Kick Off Cocktail Party, Main Cast and Blast from the Past – Part II events went on sale last week Monday.

“General Hospital’s” real-life couple Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones) and Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny Zacchara) officially have a perfect start to their new year: Storms has given birth to their baby girl!

As a result of the Friday, December 20 preemption, ABC's "General Hospital's" is currently behind in its airing schedule. What that means is that the previously scheduled "Home for the Holidays" themed episode set to air today, will instead air on Friday, December 27. Also shifted is the debut of "GH" newcomer Ryan Paevey in the contract role of Nathan West. The character, who was originally set to debut on tomorrow's episode, will instead debut on the Monday, December 30 episode in scenes alongside Kirsten Storms' Maxie Jones, who seeks to get out of town just as Port Charles gets ready to celebrate the New Year as a result of the recent baby drama and the need to clear her head. In real-life, Storms is headed for maternity leave as she's due to give birth in January to a little girl by husband and former "GH" co-star, Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny Zacchara).

See "General Hospital's" Rick Springfield (Dr. Noah Drake) as you've never seen him perform. From personal stories to stories from concert fields, the documentary film, "An Affair of the Heart," follows the life of the multi-talented actor/musician from the perspective of his fans who share details on when they first discovered him and what makes him such an icon in their lives. The film was recently released on DVD/blu-ray and hails from an idea by producer Melanie Lentz-Janney, who has been a loyal fan of Rick's for thirty years. "The Young and the Restless'" Doug Davidson along with "GH's'" Jacklyn Zeman, Kimberly McCullough, Jason Thompson and Brandon Barash also appear in the film.

ABC's "General Hospital" is fast becoming the place to be to hopefully find the one it seems as another pair of stars have revealed their real-life relationship status, this time via social media.

On Sunday, June 16, during “The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards,” Kristen Alderson took home the Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Starr Manning on "General Hospital."

In a message posted today on his Twitter page, "General Hospital" star Bradford Anderson announced that he has opted to not renew his contract with the ABC Daytime drama series. As a result, he will continue portraying Damien Spinelli, a role in which he originated in 2007, as a recurring player. "Hey friends, I am still at 'GH' and will continue to be. Recurring isn't a bad word :) keep watching, great stuff is coming!" read Anderson's tweet.

As previously reported, departing "General Hospital" star Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) is scheduled to appear in the Monday, April 15 episode of FOX's "Bones." Now Soap Opera Network has your exclusive first look at the daytime star wearing a badge of honor.

As previously reported, departing "General Hospital" star Brandon Barash (Johhny Zacchara) will appear in the Monday, April 15 episode of FOX's "Bones," entitled "The Party in the Pants." Now you can get your first look as Barash's character appears scared for his life...or is he?

When word broke that Brandon Barash would be departing ABC's "General Hospital" after five years portraying the contract role of Johnny Zacchara on the daytime drama series, many fans began to wonder if we had already seen the last of the actor on screen as the character hadn't appeared on the canvas in some time. Turns out we haven't seen the last of Barash on "GH" just yet, but we will soon.When word broke that Brandon Barash would be departing ABC's "General Hospital" after five years portraying the contract role of Johnny Zacchara on the daytime drama series, many fans began to wonder if we had already seen the last of the actor on screen as the character hadn't appeared on the canvas in some time. Turns out we haven't seen the last of Barash on "GH" just yet, but we will soon.

It’s only been a few weeks since “General Hospital’s” Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) announced that he was ending his six-year stint in daytime, and the actor already has a primetime role in the works: He’ll be playing a stripper on Fox’s crime comedy-drama, “Bones”!

Brandon Barash has announced on Twitter that he's departing ABC's "General Hospital." In his message to fans, Barash tweeted, "With a bittersweet, heavy heart I announce my time at 'GH' has come to an end, as I have chosen to move on&pursue my NBA career. I love u all."

On Saturday, July 23, 2011, "General Hospital" held its annual fan club weekend event at the Sportmen's Lodge Event Center. Incidentally, in the year that followed many were left wondering if the 2012 event would ever come to be amidst all the drama and rumors surrounding the cancellation, reincarnation (through the Disney/ABC Television Group/Prospect Park Productions deal that wasn't) and ultimate demise of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" and the possible effect it would have on "GH" itself. On July 21, 2012, "GH" did indeed holds its annual fan event - again at the Sportsmen's Lodge Event Center - with a renewed focus and much hope for the future.