Charles Shaughnessy previews tonight's "Celebrity Family Feud" featuring himself in competition against former "The Nanny" co-star Fran Drescher. He also gives us insight on a possible reboot of the iconic sitcom.
Charles Shaughnessy is bringing Shane Donovan to "Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem" and gives us the inside scoop on what to expect, how streaming is the future of soaps, joining the cast of "General Hospital" and how long he'll be in Port Charles.
EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: First Look at Noah Huntley as Lord Sebastian Alamain and Charles Shaughnessy as Shane Donovan in "Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem," the five-part limited series spinoff of "Days of our Lives."
Noah Huntley has been cast as Lord Sebastian Alamain in the Peacock original series "Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem," Soap Opera Network can confirm exclusively.
Peacock has released the first trailer of "Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem," revealing the return of Charles Shaughnessy as Shane Donovan, more details on the stolen jewels, and a guest appearance by "RuPaul's Drag Race" alum Jackie Cox.
Former "Days of our Lives" star Charles Shaughnessy (ex-Shane Donovan) is joining the cast of "General Hospital" in an as yet-to-be-named contract role.
All six seasons of "The Nanny" are coming to HBO Max beginning Thursday, April 1. The sitcom, a hotbed for soap star appearances, starred Fran Drescher and "Days of our Lives" alum Charles Shaughnessy.
From drama on “Days of our Lives” to comedy on “The Nanny,” <strong>Charles Shaughnessy</strong> (Shane Donovan) is a jack of all acting trades. And he’ll soon be showing off his skills on the ABC primetime hit, “Revenge!”
They can barely admit that they are couple, at least based on the more common definition of what a couple is, but no one can deny that Peter Garrett (Kristos Andrews) and Janice Ramos (Lilly Melgar) have become one of the hottest pairings in recent memory on LANY Entertainment's "The Bay," the widely popular online series created by Gregori J. Martin. Dubbed "Jeter," Soap Opera Network recently spoke with their portrayers on what sets them apart from other couples on the show, why their characters are rootable and where they're heading next. We also asked the duo to share some secrets behind their passionate onscreen love scenes, and of course, if there were any "oops" moments. While getting insight on what fans can expect overall from the newest chapter, set to release tomorrow, May 1, the actors also open up about how being online vs. airing on broadcast/cable television may help or hurt their show.
Soap Opera Network has learned exclusively that veteran soap stars Ronn Moss, Sean Kanan, Judi Evans and Patrika Darbo have joined the cast of LANY Entertainment's "The Bay: The Series," which premieres Chapter 12 on Thursday, May 1 with episodes running a bit longer in length than they had in prior chapters (episodes will now run between 17-20 minutes, typical for a weekly 1/2 hour series excluding commercials).
If you’re ready for more secrets, scandals, passion and romance than ever before, you’re in luck: The Emmy-nominated online soap opera “The Bay” is returning with an all-new Chapter 12 that promises to deliver sudser standards with a serious bang! What’s more, the cast has already begun new installments of the ever-popular pre-launch “Confessions of Bay City,” in which Bay City’s biggest and baddest take the hot seat for jaw-dropping confessions!
“Days of our Lives” may be losing actress, Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady) later this year, but an equally powerhouse actress may be swooping into Salem: Former “One Life to Live” actress Kassie DePaiva (ex-Blair Cramer)!
TVGN is proving why it's now the "the new way to watch soaps." With the network already picking up encore airing rights to "The Young and the Restless" this past summer, and "The Bold and the Beautiful" earlier this month, the network plans to provide soap fans with even more "soap" for their viewing pleasure courtesy of the new documentary, "Who Shot the Daytime Soap?" Airing Monday, December 16 at 8:00 PM ET/PT, preceded by airings of “B&B” at 6:30 PM ET/PT and “Y&R” at 7:00 PM ET/PT, the documentary tackles the history of daytime soap operas as told by those who were there during the good times, the bad times and the new times.
If you’ve been enjoying the dynamic between “Days of our Lives” Theresa (Jen Lilley), Shane (Charles Shaughnessy) and Kimberly (Patsy Pease), you’re not the only one! Shaughnessy and Pease shared their thoughts on the parent/daughter relationship with Soap Opera Network last week, and Lilley is now weighing in on the dramatic storyline!
When the news broke that Charles Shaughnessy and Patsy Pease were headed back to “Days of our Lives” as Shane and Kimberly, daytime fans went wild. The two halves of the show’s former supercouple haven’t been in Salem at the same time since Alice’s funeral over three years ago, so their brief return — placed right in the midst of November Sweeps — has been viewed as an early holiday present by many. But as both actors tell Soap Opera Network, their quick drop into Salem won’t exactly be merry and bright, considering a suicide attempt by their onscreen daughter, Theresa (Jen Lilley), is what brings them back to town! Read on for the full storyline scoop as well as Pease and Shaughnessy’s thoughts about returning to the soap that helped make them household names!
“Days of our Lives” Charles Shaughnessy (Shane Donovan) has been a busy bee as of late! Not only is the former “The Nanny” actor popping up in Salem beginning Monday, November 18, he’s also appearing in an episode of the Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin, “The Young and the Restless”) produced Nickelodeon children’s show, “Deadtime Stories!”
We’ve been keeping a little secret for over a month now, and we can finally reveal what we’ve been dying to report: Charles Shaughnessy and Patsy Pease are returning to “Days of our Lives” as Shane Donovan and Kimberly Brady!