"Guiding Light" alum <strong>Lindsey McKeon</strong> (ex-Marah Lewis) is jumping from Springfield to Genoa City as the actress is set to mark a return to daytime television on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" next month.
When CBS announced earlier this year that it had picked up a new drama series from <strong>Vince Gilligan</strong> (“Breaking Bad”) and <strong>David Shore</strong> (“House”), and that it would star former "All My Children" actor <strong>Josh Duhamel</strong> (ex-Leo du Pres), "Guiding Light's" <strong>Aubrey Dollar</strong> (ex-Marina Cooper) and <strong>Dean Winters</strong> ("Oz," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"), the network would only say that the series, "Battle Creek," would air sometime in midseason. Last week the network announced that the series will air on Sundays at 10:00 PM ET/PT, beginning <strong>March 1</strong>. The series replaces "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," which currently occupies the timeslot and will air its season finale two weeks prior to the launch of "Battle Creek."
Best known as the runner-up in the season three finale of The CW's "America's Next Top Model," and her contract role as Cassandra Foster on ABC's "All My Children," TVLine is reporting that Yaya DaCosta has landed the coveted role of Whitney Houston in Lifetime's upcoming biopic, aptly titled "Whitney Houston," which chronicles Houston's headline-making relationship between the iconic singer, actress, producer and model, and singer, songwriter Bobby Brown -- from the time they first met at the very height of their celebrity, to their courtship and tumultuous marriage.