CBS has announced the first round of presenters for “The 72nd Annual Tony Awards,” airing live on CBS on Sunday, June 10. The awards show will be hosted for the first time by nominees Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban.
The bi-annual list of Television’s Highest Paid Stars: The Soap Opera Edition, is here! Find out who made the cut, who got richer and how being part of TV’s biggest hit doesn’t always equal big checks.
Now that all the holiday festivities and an extended vacation period are over for millions across the land with the work week that begins tomorrow, why not prepare for the next wave of great television by taking an early sneak peek at Showtime’s new drama, “Billions”? Hey, you might even spot former “Days of our Lives” actor Daniel Cosgrove (ex-Aiden Jennings) in what looks to be a major story arc!
If you’re a fan of dramas “Homeland,” “The Affair,” “Shameless,” “Ray Donovan,” “Penny Dreadful” or…
“The world birthrate is zero. Human extinction is a reality. Every cure has failed… until now,” is the tag for “The Lottery,” Lifetime’s newest drama series starring “The Young and the Restless'” Michael Graziadei (ex-Daniel Romalotti).
Actor James Rebhorn, perhaps best known to soap fans as as the abusive stepfather of Beth Raines on “Guiding Light,” passed away in his home this past Friday afternoon at the age of 65.
Last night marked the 66th annual Directors Guild of America Awards Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles, but none of today’s daytime drama directors received a nomination. Why? Because the “Daytime Serials” category was integrated into the “Dramatic Series” category following a June 22, 2013 DGA National Board meeting that voted on rule changes, which forces daytime and primetime dramas to compete against internet distributed dramas such as “House of Cards,” which essentially leaves daytime itself shut out from ever receiving a nomination as the dynamics of daytime is no where near the likes of 2013 nominees “Breaking Bad” (AMC), “Game of Thrones” (HBO), “Homeland” (Showtime), or even the aforementioned “House of Cards” (Netflix). “Bad” won the award for those wondering.
On the Sunday, November 10 episode of Showtime’s “Homeland,” starring Claire Danes, “All My Children’s” Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) guest stars as Captain Lonza. Irizarry’s appearance on “Homeland” is a dream come true of sorts as the actor has been a longtime fan of the series since it premiered in 2011. The actor attended the rooftop premiere of season three in Beverly Hills in late September.
The anticipation leading up to the announcement of the 65th Primetime Emmy awards has been building for weeks, and “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul and “How I Met Your Mother’s” Neil Patrick Harris finally made the official list public this morning. Watch the video below, or read on for the full list from Soap Opera Network detailing who’s in the running for the coveted golden statues!
“General Hospital’s” Amber Tamblyn (ex-Emily Quartermaine) and Lexi Ainsworth (ex-Kristina Corinthos) won the hearts of soap fans during their time in Port Charles, and now the two actresses are set to win over more as characters in new pilots!
For the first time since the show launched back in the 1980’s, the female co-host’s name in “LIVE!” will lead the shows permanent title when “LIVE! with Kelly” becomes “LIVE! with Kelly and …” That’s right folks, “LIVE!” has found its permanent co-host after nearly a year-long search.