Chrishell Stause will reprise her role as Jordan Ridgeway on "Days of our Lives" on Monday, May 24 and Tuesday, May 25 as Ben's "guilty conscience."
"General Hospital" star Kelly Monaco recently addressed her social media absence, telling fans, "Your support does not go unnoticed!"
The owner of Television City, the studio home of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," has announced a $1.25 billion expansion of the iconic property.
Find out what's happening on "General Hospital" on Halloween!
ABC is proclaiming strength and consistency as it formulates an aggressive fall 2019-2020 television schedule that the network deems its most stable schedule in over a decade.
Sara Gilbert announced at the top of today's broadcast of "The Talk" that she is leaving the series at the end of the current ninth season.
"The Talk" to formally announce "Dancing with the Stars" judge <b>Carrie Ann Inaba</b> as its new permanent co-host. She debuts Wed, January 2.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" will soon say goodbye to Ingo Rademacher as the actor has decided not to renew his contract.
"Dancing with the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba is officially replacing Julie Chen as a co-host on CBS' "The Talk." She debuts January 2019.
SAG-AFTRA reaches a tentative successor agreement to the National Code of Fair Practice for Network Television Broadcasting with TV Networks.
What you need to know about Gilles Marini's turn as Ted Laurent on NBC's "Days of our Lives."
"The Bold and the Beautiful's" Darin Brooks (Wyatt Spencer) helps present “Summertime Santa Giveaways” for Grads on CBS' "The Talk."
“Good Morning America” is set to reveal the new “Dancing with the Stars” cast live on Tuesday, March 8, between 7 am and 9 am, on ABC. Over the years the competition series has featured an array of daytime stars, most memorably first season champ Kelly Monaco (Sam McCall, "General Hospital"). Might a soap star past or present be in the mix this time around?
"The Bold and the Beautiful" will soon welcome Chaz Bono to its roster of guest stars. The child of Sonny and Cher will appear as a minister in the <strong>Thursday, March 31</strong> and <strong>Friday, April 1</strong> episodes of the CBS Daytime drama series, reports <em>PEOPLE</em>.
Susan Lucci (ex-Erica Kane, "All My Children;" Genevieve Delatour, "Devious Maids") opened up about her grandson’s battle with cerebral palsy on a recent episode of "The Dr. Oz Show." Together, Lucci and her daughter, Liza Huber (ex-Gwen Winthrop, "Passions"), shared the emotions they went through upon learning Liza's son Brendan, now 7, had the non-progressive neurological disorder.
"General Hospital's" Parry Shen (Brad Cooper) is heading to "Dancing With the Stars" -- with his daughters, Avery and Kori. The actor got a personal invite to the show from dancer Karina Smirnoff, who's playing his wife in the film "Swing State."
An all-new season of FOX's "Hell's Kitchen" kicks off on <strong>Friday, January 15</strong> and "The Young and the Restless'" <strong>Sean Carrigan</strong> (Stitch Rayburn) will appear in an upcoming episode as a celebrity diner as host <strong>Gordon Ramsay</strong> dishes terror among the 18 new chefs competing through an abundance of grueling challenges in order to win the title of Head Chef at BLT Steak, a premier restaurant in Bally's Las Vegas.
<strong>Susan Lucci</strong>, former star of "All My Children" (ex-Erica Kane) and a "Dancing with the Stars" contestant, will be joined by Blondie legend <strong>Debbie Harry</strong>, <strong>Christie Brinkley</strong> and <strong>Brooke Shields</strong> for a comedic reading of the 2010 release, "Kardashian Konfidential," <a href="http://pagesix.com/2015/08/10/stars-to-take-on-comedic-reading-of-kardashian-tome/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>The New York Post</em>. The ladies will each be taking on the role of one of the Kardashian sisters - <strong>Kourtney</strong>, <strong>Kim</strong> and <strong>Khloe</strong> - as part of the Celebrity Autobiography performance show on <strong>Friday, August 21</strong> at the Guild Hall in East Hampton.
After conducting interviews with several of today's top talents and filing special assignment reports for the newsmagazine on multiple occassions over the past year, CBS Television Distributions's "Entertainment Tonight" officially announced today the hiring of "All My Children" alum <strong>Cameron Mathison</strong> (ex-Ryan Lavery) as its new weekend co-anchor and a full-time correspondent. He will also serve as a fill-in anchor for the weekday telecast, hosted by <strong>Nancy O’Dell</strong> and <strong>Kevin Frazier</strong>.
One month after <a title="Soap Performers to Receive 7.2% Wage Increase With New SAG-AFTRA Network TV Code Contract" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/soap-performers-receive-7-2-wage-increase-new-sag-aftra-network-tv-code-contract">announcing</a> that 93% of its board approved the National Code of Fair Practice for Network Television Broadcasting (Network Television Code), SAG-AFTRA announced today that its members have overwhelmingly ratified the new contract with 96.5% of the members voting in favor.