More names added to "Passions" cast reunion in honor of the show's executive producer, the late Lisa de Cazotte, and COVID-19 relief efforts.
The cast of "Passions" are reuniting to help COVID-19 relief efforts and to honor the memory of their beloved former executive producer.
Soap alum Lindsay Hartley ("All My Children," "Passions," et. al) stars in "Deadly Daughter Switch," premiering Friday, April 3 on LMN.
Lindsay Hartley (ex-Cara Castillo, "All My Children"; ex-Arianna Hernandez, "Days of our Lives"; ex-Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald, "Passions") is showing her deadly side when she stars in the movie "Deadly Attraction."
After a leak of her appearance in a forthcoming episode of "Days of our Lives" hit the web recently, the show has officially confirmed Victoria Konefal's casting as Ciara Brady. She first airs in early December.
After portraying Griffin Castillo on "All My Children" and Tony Santos on "Guiding Light," actor <strong>Jordi Vilasuso</strong> decided the timing was right for another turn in daytime. Lucky for him, "Days of our Lives" was looking to expand the Hernandez clan with the return of Dario (last played by <strong>Francisco San Martin</strong>). After meeting with executive producer <strong>Ken Corday</strong>, co-executive producer <strong>Albert Alaar</strong> and co-head writer <strong>Josh Griffith</strong> last summer, Vilasuso responded well to the idea of portraying a "very intelligent" character on the soap.
After years of hearing about her, she's finally about to materialize. Alma Delfina is joining the "Days of our Lives" cast as Rafe and Gabi's mother.
"Days of our Lives" and "Passions" alum Lindsay Hartley (ex-Adrianna Hernandez; ex-Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald) is set to star in "Nightmare Nurse," a Lifetime movie about home health care gone horribly wrong. Hartley is cast in the title role as Chloe, a nurse with a killer agenda.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and Pop announced today additional presenters for "The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," including <strong>Tom Bergeron</strong>,<strong> Eileen Davidson</strong>,<strong> Kevin Frazier</strong>,<strong> Leeza Gibbons</strong>,<strong> Vicki Lawrence</strong> and<strong> Mario Lopez</strong>. They will be joined by the "Queens of Drama," the co-hosts of "The Talk," the co-hosts of the new lifestyle chat show "The FAB Life," and several other big stars from "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Days of our Lives," "General Hospital" and "The Young and the Restless."
First announced in October of last year, Pop is ready to release their "Queens of Drama" as soap stars <strong>Lindsay Hartley</strong> (“All My Children,” “Days of Our Lives,” "Passions"), <strong>Crystal Hunt</strong> (“Guiding Light,” “One Life to Live”), <strong>Vanessa Marcil</strong> (“Las Vegas,” “General Hospital”), <strong>Chrystee Pharris</strong> (“PSNS,” "GH") and <strong>Hunter Tylo</strong> (“The Bold and The Beautiful”) are joined with special appearances by <strong>Donna Mills</strong> (“Knots Landing,” “Melrose Place” and "GH") in their new reality series debuting <strong>Sunday, April 26</strong> at 10:00 PM, ET/7:00 PM, PT, immediately following the network's exclusive live broadcast of "The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."
<strong>Thursday, December 4</strong> at 3:00 PM, ET/12:00 PM, PT, marks the beginning of Chapter 13 of "The Bay: The Series," the much beloved web series created by <strong>Gregori J. Martin</strong>. With episodes set to run 20-22 minutes each all throughout the month of December, fans will be able to follow the drama online and through social media using the hashtags #Bayhem and #DecemberBayhem, in addition to the #TheBay. Following the conclusion of Chapter 13, Chapter 14 will debut in mid December.
POP’s “Queens of Drama” is rolling out the red carpet and delivering exactly what the show’s title implies: In addition to the list of popular soap stars already attached to the reality show, “Dynasty” legend <strong>Joan Collins </strong>will also be a part of the new show!
As <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/10/pop-formerly-tvgn-developing-queens-drama-reality-series">previously reported</a>, soap stars <strong>Lindsay Hartley</strong> (“All My Children,” “Days of Our Lives,” “Passions“), <strong>Crystal Hunt</strong> (“Guiding Light,” “One Life to Live”), <strong>Vanessa Marcil</strong> (“Beverly Hills, 90210,” “General Hospital”), <strong>Chrystee Pharris</strong> (“Passions,” “General Hospital”) and <strong>Hunter Tylo</strong> (“The Bold and The Beautiful”) have signed on for POP's newest reality series, "Queens of Drama," where the ladies will work together to produce a pilot for a new serialized primetime drama series. As the poster above warns, today, October 28, marks the beginning of production for show. <strong>Donna Mills</strong> (“General Hospital,” “Knots Landing,” “Melrose Place”) will also be taking part with special appearances.
With soap stars <strong>Eileen Davidson</strong> (Ashley Abbott, "The Young and the Restless"; Kristen DiMera, "Days of our Lives") and <strong>Lisa Rinna</strong> (ex-Billie Reed, "DAYS"; ex-Taylor McBride, "Melrose Place") currently filming the fifth season of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," it was only a matter of time before a network greenlit a new reality series/docu-series comprised solely of the divas of daytime and primetime soap operas.
"All My Children" may no longer be in production as a result of the series being cancelled twice (thrice if you count the failed 2011 reboot), but some of its former soap stars have kept themselves in the news of late when it comes to their personal relationship status.
You've already heard from Debbi Morgan and Cady McClain, but what about the other stars of "All My Children" who've recently learned that Prospect Park will not be forging ahead with a second season of the supposed "anytime" soap opera. Putting together all the tweets (at the time of this posting), Soap Opera Network has compiled a list of what some of the actors are saying about the demise of "AMC" 2.0 on social media.
"All My Children" made headlines with the oh, so steamy sex scene between Pete Cortlandt (Robert Scott Wilson) and Colby Chandler (Brooke Newton) last week, but can they replicate it this week when Cassandra Foster (Sal Stowers) is literally needing revival by the town punching bag, David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry), or when JR (Ryan Bittle) does something special for Cara (Lindsay Hartley)? You'll have to tune into "AMC" during the weeks of June 17 and June 24 to find out, but Soap Opera Network has your first look at what's ahead in those coming weeks!
Several stars are set to shine at the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, some of which will also be presenting the golden statues on stage during the big night. But just who are the lucky personalities that will be handing the Outstanding Young Actor winner and the Outstanding Young Actress winner their coveted awards? Read on to find out!
As the fourth week of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" comes to a close, and with the recent reduction in weekly episodes of both "AMC" and "OLTL" now at just two originals, The OnLine Network has also reduced their Friday "MORE" series, which now combines the two soaps into one Friday recap/interview episode.
A character proclaims, "Pine Valley lost a part of its soul that night, but today the sun shines bright." That day in particular is Monday, April 29, when "All My Children" premieres with all new episodes via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes with Pine Valley's citizens having picked things up five years after that traumatic night Adam Chandler (David Canary) and Brooke English (Julia Barr) celebrated their engagement and a shot went off. Fans will quickly be able to jump right back into the soap where "cute, sexy, action and adventure, romance and sex" may be a simple way to summarize the storytelling on any given daytime soap, but on "AMC" things are just all the better.