"The Bold and the Beautiful" is celebrating 8,000 episodes on Friday, January 4. So, what other accomplishments has the soap made over the years?

"The Airhog Awards" are back! Considered a term of endearment for those contract and recurring actors who appeared the most on the four remaining daytime soap operas, the awards highlight who topped the list of appearances for the recently concluded calendar year.

Get ready to celebrate the holidays with the Forresters, Avants, Logans and the Spencers on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful."

"The Bold and the Beautiful" today released a PSA to fight distracted driving following scenes in which R.J (Anthony Turpel), and his girlfriend, Coco (Courtney Grosbeck) are involved in a car accident.

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced today the first round of presenters for "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," taking place <strong>Sunday, May 1</strong> from the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles, CA and "The 43rd Annual Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards" taking place on <strong>Friday, April 29</strong>, also at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel.

Good news for Hope Logan fans. Kim Matula (Hope Logan) is heading back to "The Bold and the Beautiful." However, it's only for a short stint. The actress will return for one episode on Wednesday, March 16.

"The Bold and the Beautiful" is once again headed outside of its CBS Television City based studio for a trip overseas as part of an upcoming location shoot. This time the world's most watched soap is heading back to Australia for what looks to be a 30th anniversary trip down memory lane.

With sweeps set to kick off on Thursday, February 4, CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" is getting ready to bring out the drama in full force. Find out what's going to happen during the month of February on the world's most watched daily serial.

Although the episode isn't scheduled to air until March, "The Bold and the Beautiful's" <strong>Katherine Kelly Lang</strong> (Brooke Forrester) is opening up about playing herself on the Australian soap "Neighbours."

On "The Bold and the Beautiful," Brooke (<strong>Katherine Kelly Lang</strong>) will stop at nothing to prevent Deacon (<strong>Sean Kanan</strong>) from marrying Quinn (<strong>Rena Sofer</strong>), "Days of our Lives" features the return of <strong>Eileen Davidson</strong> as Kristen Dimera, and "The Young and the Restless" is filled with brutal betrayals and numerous revelations that no one saw coming. Is Sharon's (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) life in danger?

If a year ago someone bet me that a modern-day soap opera would not only put their African-American characters in a front burner storyline that was deeply entrenched in social issues, which had nothing to do with the color of one's skin, race or ethnicity, I'd owe that person plenty of money right about now.

CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" will air its 7,000th episode on <strong>Friday, January 23</strong>, and in honor of the happy occasion, the network announced that the episode will break from tradition and instead feature a retrospective documentary that will highlight some of the show's most iconic moments and a look back at its creation. The episode will also include commentary from the cast, fashion shown throughout its near three decades on air, several unforgettable guest star appearances, original screen test footage and much more.

Whatever Forrester Creations business Brooke Logan had to handle in Europe, which was the reason cited for her departure from the Los Angeles based company many months ago, seems to have finally been settled as portrayer <strong>Katherine Kelly Lang</strong> returned to the set of CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" earlier this month to once again film scenes, which begins airing in late January 2015.

On the Thursday, December 4 broadcast of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report," host <strong>Stephen Colbert</strong> covered the ambassadorship of "The Bold and the Beautiful" producer Colleen Bell, wife of head writer and executive producer, <strong>Bradley P. Bell</strong>, with a hilarious take on the <a title="‘B&B’ Producer Colleen Bell Confirmed as Ambassador to Hungary; Senator John McCain Livid!" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/b-senator-john-mccain-livid">drama surrounding her confirmation</a> following some lively comments from Senator <strong>John McCain</strong>, who strongly disagreed with President Obama's choice of Bell for the position. “We’re about to vote on a totally unqualified individual to be ambassador to a nation which is very important to our national security interest. Her qualifications are as a producer of the television soap opera ‘The Bold and The Beautiful,’ contributed 800,000 [dollars] to Obama in the last election and bundled more than $2.1 million for President Obama’s re-election effort,” said McCain on the Senate floor on Tuesday, December 2, just before Bell was confirmed as the U.S. Ambassador to Hungary with a vote of 52-42.

Say goodbye to “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Katherine Kelly Lang and her alter ego, Brooke, because the actress is leaving the show to take part in the Italian version of “Dancing With the Stars!”

"The Bold and the Beautiful's" Kim Matula (Hope Logan) was nominated for Outstanding Younger Actress during the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, but that wasn't all that made the actress shine while she walked the red carpet. Read on to find out why she was practically glowing!

In 2013, "The Bold and the Beautiful's" Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan) and Heather Tom (Katie Logan) and "Days of our Lives'" Eileen Davidson (Kristen DiMera) and Arianne Zucker (Nicole Walker) proved they were the outstanding leading ladies for their respective daytime dramas. They now compete with each other to find out which of them was the most Outstanding Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama Series during "The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."

Even though “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Heather Tom (Katie Logan) has previously been nominated for 15 Daytime Emmy awards and is the only person in history to have won in all three actor categories (three times in the Outstanding Younger Actress category, once in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category and twice in the Outstanding Lead Actress category), her recent Lead Actress nomination still feels special.

The term “whirlwind” doesn’t even come close to describing the recent life of “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Kim Matula (Hope Logan). In addition to accepting “B&B’s” ninth consecutive Golden Nymph award at the International TV Audience Awards during the 54th Monte Carlo Television Festival in Monte Carlo this month and just finishing filming on location in Paris, France, she’s still basking in the recent news that she officially received her very first Emmy nomination!

As expected, on Wednesday, June 11, CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" took home its ninth consecutive Golden Nymph at the International TV Audience Awards during the 54th Monte Carlo Television Festival in Monte Carlo. The soap won in the “Telenovela/Soap Opera” category. "B&B" executive producer and head writer Bradley Bell and cast members Kim Matula (Hope Logan), Darin Brooks (Wyatt Spencer), Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan Forrester) and Thorsten Kaye (Ridge Forrester) accepted the award on stage at the Closing Awards Ceremony at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo.