Remembering "Port Charles," the ABC Daytime spinoff of "General Hospital," 24 years after the show premiered as a TV movie aired in primetime.
Kimberly McCullough will reprise her role as Robin Scorpio on Friday, May 21 as part of the "General Hospital" on-air tribute to the late John Reilly who portrayed Sean Donely on the soap. She isn't the surprise guest, however.
A daring escape, a body waiting to be discovered and connections get tighter this week on "General Hospital." Find out what to expect and when to tune in.
ABC has scheduled the long-awaited special tribute episode of "General Hospital" dedicated to the late John Reilly (Sean Donely). Find out when to watch, who'll take part, and what to expect.
The daytime community and others mourn the loss of "All My Children" actor John Callahan, who died Saturday, March 28, following a massive stroke.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Chandra Wilson is returning to "General Hospital" for the third time. This time she'll be interacting with the Port Charles elite at the Nurses Ball.
Re-live the beginning of the baby Michael saga on "General Hospital" as ABC airs another classic episode, this time from 1997.
The daytime soaps celebrate "The 87th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade Featuring Marine Toys for Tots," airing tonight, Dec. 14 on The CW.
When news first <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2012/08/the-tale-of-two-dukes-ian-buchanan-returns-to-abcs-general-hospital">hit the web</a> in August 2012 of Duke Lavery being very much alive on ABC's "General Hospital," it not only became a trending topic in the United States on Twitter, but also worldwide. Nearly three years later, it looks like the character will be <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/04/lets-discuss-this-week-in-digests-stuff-we-know-and-shouldnt-tell-you">heading back to the grave</a> as portrayer <strong>Ian Buchanan</strong> is said to have recently learned that the writers have plans to off the character once more. It would be a huge mistake on their part as it would defeat the entire purpose of resurrecting the character in the first place.
Fans have long wondered when "General Hospital's" contract cast would be a receiving a trimming, as it's widely known that the series has quite a large group of actors that make up the Port Charles canvas, but it was anyone's guess whose status would be changed. <em>Soap Opera Network</em> has learned that actors <strong>Marc Anthony Samuel</strong> (Felix DuBois), <strong>Kelly Thiebaud</strong> (Britt Westbourne) and <strong>John J. York</strong> (Mac Scorpio) have all been placed on recurring status. In the case of Thiebaud and Samuel, their status change will be reflected in the on air credits in the coming weeks. York has been listed as a recurring cast member since early October.
As "General Hospital's" 50th anniversary celebration kicks into high gear this week with a very special episode airing Tuesday, April 2 (episode was originally scheduled to air on Monday, April 1 as the 50th anniversary celebratory episode), fans will have no chance of avoiding the cast of the series as they grace your TV screens in more ways than one. In addition to the upcoming Special Edition of "20/20" with Katie Couric," wherein ABC News will feature "General Hospital" in a "Real Soap Dish” episode airing Saturday, April 6 from 9:00 – 10:00 PM ET on ABC, the daytime talk show newbie will host the series in a special edition of "Katie" airing on Thursday, April 4. Stars scheduled to appear in the episode include Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer), Genie Francis (Laura Spencer), Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin), Finola Hughes (Anna Devanne), and Kelly Monaco, with a special performance by Rick Springfield (Noah Drake).
On Monday, April 1, ABC's "General Hospital" turns 50! In honor of the event, fans have been anticipating the return of one of the shows grandest events...the Nurses Ball. While things don't kick into high gear for the event until the Friday, April 5 episode, we at Soap Opera Network wanted to make sure you got a glimpse of some of your favorite actors before their characters start singing, dancing, and throwing punches.