FOX announced today its fall 2019-2020 television season schedule with several changes on multiple nights, the decision to end "Empire" and a mix of sports with soapy goodness.
In an interview promoting her upcoming film "Bushwick," "Guiding Light" alum <strong>Brittany Snow</strong> (ex-Daisy Lemay) has admitted to battling anorexia, depression and self-mutilation during her time as a child star on the CBS daytime drama series and her star making turn in NBC's "American Dreams."
After 72 years on air between radio and television, CBS's "Guiding Light" will cease broadcasting on the CBS Television Network due to low ratings. Love may save the world, but apparently it wasn't enough to save television's longest running daytime drama. Even with having its name published in the Guinness World Record Book and winning three Daytime Emmy's for Best Drama Series (the most recent being in 2007), "GL" found itself unable to withstand the mass exodus of viewers from the traditional daytime soap format in recent years.
"Gilmore Girls" bad boy Milo Ventimiglia has joined the cast of NBC"s ratings deprived "American Dreams." Ventimiglia, who played Jess on the WB drama series, will star alongside former "Guiding Light" actress Brittany Snow (ex-Susan Lemay), who plays Meg Pryor on the series. He will portray her love interest, who is described as a radical high school senior whose family moves in next door to the Pryors.