A former background actress at "The Young and the Restless" has filed a lawsuit against Sony Pictures Television and CBS, alleging sexual harassment by the show's executive producer Anthony "Tony" Morina.
"Jeopardy!" executive producer Mike Richards is nearing a deal to succeed Alex Trebek as the permanent host of the iconic game show, reports say.r
Disney announces the end of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" after nearly 20 years on television (including ABC incarnation). Find out what's replacing it and why.
Watch former "General Hospital" star Hayley Erin (ex-Kiki Jerome) take home the gold during "The 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."
Eight years after their cancellations, there's renewed talk of a second reboot of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," this time returning to ABC or another iteration on Hulu.
Where does your favorite daytime show stack up in terms of popularity across the nation, sorted by state? Here's a quick guide!
SAG-AFTRA reaches a tentative successor agreement to the National Code of Fair Practice for Network Television Broadcasting with TV Networks.
If you live in the Chicago area you're probably expecting to tune into the <strong>Wednesday, April 8</strong> episode of ABC's "General Hospital" today in its regularly scheduled 3:00 PM time period (nationally it airs at 2:00 PM, ET/1:00 PM, PT). Unfortunately, due to WLS-TV/ABC7's coverage of the Chicago Cubs baseball game, which begins at 1:00 PM, the daytime drama series will instead be broadcast in the early morning hours on <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Thursday, April 9, 2015</strong></span> beginning at 2:10 AM.
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.
As previously reported, The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have partnered up to amass a collection of costumes, scripts, photographs, props, awards and other materials recognizable to daytime fans for a special Daytime Television exhibit. The museum held a special ceremony today, May 9, to not only celebrate the partnership, but to also officially launch a three-year artifact collecting initiative and to announce the first items to be lent for the exhibit!