Find out which soap is airing an all-new episode and which soaps will air special episodes, if not preempted by sports and specials.
CBS orders two more seasons of "The Bold and the Beautiful," officially taking it through its 35th anniversary season.
Watch as the ladies of "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless" take part in the #DontRushChallenge.
On Tuesday, April 28, join "The Youn and the Restless'" Bryton James (Devon) as he tweets live and goes live on Instagram during "Katherine The Great" episode.
"The Young and the Restless" presents "Katherine the Great," a five-episode themed collection dedicated to the iconic character Katherine Chancellor (played by the late Jeanne Cooper) airing during the week of April 27-May 1, 2020 in place of original episodes.
The cast of "The Bold and the Beautiful" provides inspiration with #InThisTogether promo package released on social platforms.
Get ready to celebrate the holidays with the Forresters, Avants, Logans and the Spencers on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful."
The November Sweeps ratings period is a time where the daytime soaps pull out all the stops to attract new and old viewers with big events, big reveals and big returns. No other soap has all three points nailed down as CBS' "The Young and the Restless," which will give viewers another dose of Grace Turner (<strong>Jennifer Gareis</strong>), now that Mariah (<strong>Camryn Grimes</strong>) has officially been revealed to be Sharon's (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) daughter, while also giving fans insight into what Sharon's childhood friend, Amy Wilson (<strong>Julianna Morris Polaha</strong>), has been up to since last being seen in Genoa City. The soap will also welcome former "M*A*S*H" star <strong>Sally Kellerman</strong> to the cast in the newly created role of Constance Bingham. To ensure viewers are well versed into the happenings on screen and behind the scenes during this very important month, <em>Soap Opera Network</em> is breaking down who's coming, who's going, and when to expect those pesky preemptions we all love (to hate).
Remember the sizzling summer appearance “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” <strong>Jennifer Gareis</strong> (Donna Forrester) made on “The Young and the Restless?” Well, so did the Genoa City powers that be, as they’ve asked the actress to come back for more!
It's been over 10 years since we last saw Grace Turner on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" as played by "The Bold and the Beautiful" star Jennifer Gareis, but anyone who saw the promo highlighting this week's worth of shows where Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) said to a mystery blonde, "It's good to see you," just before she makes sexual advances on him, could tell the woman in question was someone he had intimate knowledge of and not some random new character. In fact, with Grace being in revealing clothing so much during her tenure on the soap back in the day, anyone could recognize Gareis solely based on body and hair style (yes, Grace had plenty of fun with several of Genoa City's hottest men).
With a new year kicking things off next week, CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" promises to bring a new beginning, new enemies and new surprises to the table for the rich and the fabulous Forresters, Spencers, Logans and Fullers. In a newly released promo, Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Katie (Heather Tom) share a tender moment as the clock strikes 12, while Hope (Kim Matula) and Wyatt (Darin Brooks) look to move on...together, and Donna (Jennifer Gareis) and Quinn (Rena Sofer) stand their ground as they prepare for battle.
Multiple Emmy-nominee Thorsten Kaye won the hearts of soap opera audiences with his strong portrayal of “All My Children’s” Zach Slater, “One Life to Live’s” Patrick Thornhart and “Port Charles’” Ian Thornhart, but can the actor strike gold again as Ronn Moss’ replacement in the role of “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Ridge Forrester? It won’t be the first time an actor has walked into the shoes of a major character whose previous portrayer is very much loved in the role, but then again, these aren’t just any old shoes to fill! Soap Opera Network caught up with Ridge’s onscreen dad, John McCook (Eric Forrester), who’s not only been working with Kaye as Ridge since day one, but who’s also quite familiar with the father/son dynamic the two characters have established over the years. Read on to get his take on the bold recasting choice, how he views Kaye’s approach to the role and what’s in store for Eric and Ridge in the weeks ahead!