Remember in 1998 when Carly (then played by <strong>Sarah Brown</strong>) stepped away from Michael's stroller for the tiniest of moments which led to his kidnapping by the hands of Tony Jones, who previously was led to believe Michael was his before Carly proclaimed the child to have been fathered by Jason? Fast forward to 2015, we find Sonny (<strong>Maurice Benard</strong>), seemingly in the Tony role, being kept away from his child by an all grown up Michael (<strong>Chad Duell</strong>), who tells his adopted father, "Step away from the stroller now" in this week's promo for ABC's "General Hospital."

With production beginning this month, <strong>Michael Caruso</strong>'s "Winterthorne" has added "One Life to Live" alum <strong>John-Paul Lavoisier</strong> to its cast. The soap star will portray the role of Hugh Cambridge, a handsome and mysterious man, who shares a past with Miranda Winterthorne, portrayed by "Days of our Lives" alum, <strong>Martha Madison</strong>. The character is said to be hell bent on becoming a member of the Winterthorne family and will go about any means necessary, including seducing Miranda, to get what he wants.

This is going to be awesome! "General Hospital's" <strong>Kirsten Storms</strong> (Maxie Jones) is joining the cast of "Winterthorne," which stars "Days of our Lives" alum <strong>Martha Madison</strong>, who like Storms before her, portrayed Belle Black on NBC's "Days of our Lives." Storms is set to play Selene Winterthorne, the younger sister of Miranda (Madison), who returns after being absent for many years with an offer to change the candy company empire forever.

The wait is almost over for the premiere of the new ABC.com original series, "GH Now," hosted by "General Hospital's" <strong>Nancy Lee Grahn</strong> (Alexis Davis). The series, which brings fans closer to their favorite Port Charles denizens than ever before, is set to premiere on ABC.com and the WATCH ABC app on <strong>Monday, January 12</strong> with the first three of six episodes, <a href="http://tvline.com/2015/01/05/general-hospital-gh-now-premiere-date-video/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>TVLine</em>.

In an newly released promo highlighting the goings on in Port Charles as it gets ready to close out 2014, and enter the prospect of new beginnings in 2015, ABC'S "General Hospital" is kicking things off with a bang in the New Year as several characters hit the sheets, some expected and some very surprising!

Just before the Thanksgiving holiday festivities began, actress <strong>Farah Fath</strong> ("Days of our Lives," "One Life to Live") announced that she is engaged to longtime boyfriend, <strong>Phil Galfond</strong>, a professional poker player and CEO of <a href="http://www.runitonce.com" target="_blank">RunItOnce.com</a>.

While <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/ghs-marc-anthony-samuel-kelly-thiebaud-john-j-york-bumped-recurring-status">previously just a rumor</a>, a rep for "General Hospital" confirms to <em>Soap Opera Network</em> that actor <strong>Brandon Barash</strong> will once again reprise the role of Johnny Zaccara on the daytime drama series. While a first airdate, nor what brings the character back to the canvas, is known at this time, we're sure that any return of the bad boy to the soap will result in some much desired drama for several characters.

For several weeks now "General Hospital" star <strong>Nancy Lee Grahn</strong> (Alexis Davis) has been <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/09/mystery-project-ghs-nancy-lee-grahn-sleeve">teasing</a> an upcoming ABC.com series that she's hosting which will feature the likes of comedians <strong>Sarah Colonna</strong> (“Chelsea Lately”), <strong>Jimmy Pardo</strong> (“Comedy Bang! Bang!”) and <strong>Jen Kober</strong> (“American Reunion”), as well as "GH" stars <strong>Sebastian Roche</strong> (ex-Jerry Jacks), <strong>Lisa LoCicero</strong> (Olivia Falconeri), <strong>Jason Thompson</strong> (Patrick Drake) and <strong>Kirsten Storms</strong> (Maxie Jones), which she describes as a show about her daytime drama series "with a big dose of funny or die or be in a coma coming to ABC.com." Just a short time ago, Grahn <a href="https://twitter.com/NancyLeeGrahn/status/517130258466619393" target="_blank">revealed</a> the new series has officially wrapped filming and will be called "General Hospital Now," which she also notes is "SNLish mixed with Soap. Coming soon in digital near you."

Just what is “General Hospital’s” Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) up to? The actress has been giving subtle teases that she’ll be surprising fans with a little something special for weeks now, and her latest mystery tweet really has tongues wagging!

It’s been merely a hot rumor for several months, but yesterday, whispers that Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbott, “The Young and the Restless”) will be taking over the role of “General Hospital’s” Jason Morgan became official. Fans seem quite supportive of the casting announcement, but what about his future soapmates? Seems some are quite ecstatic, as well!

First aired earlier this week during the final segment of Tuesday's "Good Morning America," ABC is touting a summer of good times and good news on "General Hospital" with the return of Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough), the potential relationship of Nathan West (Ryan Paevey) and Maxie Jones (Kirsten Storms), the possible romantic reunions of Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and Carly Jacks (Laura Wright) and Silas Clay (Michael Easton) and Nina Clay (Michelle Stafford), which might not be a problem with Patrick Drake (Jason Thompson) and Sam Morgan (Kelly Monaco) growing ever closer.

A representative for the show had no comment when contacted, but Soaps In Depth is reporting that Bradford Anderson is heading back to ABC's "General Hospital" as Damian Spinelli for a brief appearance.