John Reilly, best known for his portrayal of Sean Donely on "General Hospital" has died. The actor was 84 years old.
Spend an epic wedding week with CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," featuring several popular couples and their memorable love stories.
CBS announces the programming schedule for week two of "Y&R" and "B&B" classic episodes to air the week of May 4, 2020.
"The Young and the Restless" alum George Kennedy, who played Victor Newman's (Eric Braeden) absentee father, Albert Miller, died on February 29. He was 91.
With production beginning this month, <strong>Michael Caruso</strong>'s "Winterthorne" has added "One Life to Live" alum <strong>John-Paul Lavoisier</strong> to its cast. The soap star will portray the role of Hugh Cambridge, a handsome and mysterious man, who shares a past with Miranda Winterthorne, portrayed by "Days of our Lives" alum, <strong>Martha Madison</strong>. The character is said to be hell bent on becoming a member of the Winterthorne family and will go about any means necessary, including seducing Miranda, to get what he wants.
This is going to be awesome! "General Hospital's" <strong>Kirsten Storms</strong> (Maxie Jones) is joining the cast of "Winterthorne," which stars "Days of our Lives" alum <strong>Martha Madison</strong>, who like Storms before her, portrayed Belle Black on NBC's "Days of our Lives." Storms is set to play Selene Winterthorne, the younger sister of Miranda (Madison), who returns after being absent for many years with an offer to change the candy company empire forever.
One year ago today actor <strong>Paul Walker</strong> (ex-Brandon Collins, “The Young and the Restless”) <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2013/11/r-i-p-paul-walker-actor-dies-in-explosive-car-accident">died in a fiery car accident</a> that also took the life of his friend <strong>Roger Rodas</strong>, CEO of Always Evolving, who was driving the red 2005 Porsche Carrera GT vehicle they were in at the time when it crashed into a tree and exploded.
Just two weeks after the dramatic season finale of "Dallas," which found one of its lead characters killed after the car they were in exploded, TNT has opted to cancel the series after just three seasons, the network announced today.
All we can say about the season three finale of TNT’s primetime soap, “Dallas,” is holy sheep sh*%#t! A promo for the popular series teased that an Ewing was going to die in last night’s September 22 episode, and by golly, the show followed through: Christopher Ewing (played by former “Passions” star <strong>Jesse Metcalf</strong>) died in a fiery car explosion, much to the horror of audiences everywhere!
“Dallas’” Jesse Metcalfe (Chistopher Ewing) is one lucky man: He had the opportunity of romancing “Desperate Housewives’” Gabi (Eva Longoria), and now he’s in the running to land “Two Broke Girls’” Max (Kat Dennings)!
From re-runs of soap classics "Dallas," "Dynasty," "Another World," "Port Charles," and "Falcon Crest," to the launches of original series "SoapCenter," "Soap Talk" and "General Hospital: Night Shift," SOAPnet was defined as the "new way to watch soaps" for much of its near 14-year run. With just 2 days left before SOAPnet is no more, we thought it would be a great opportunity to look back at the inaugural year of a network that gave diehard soap fans their own platform to shout with glee through the death of a network that outlived its purpose.