NBC hands record-breaking 21st season order to "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," starring Mariska Hargitay and "All My Children" alum Kelli Giddish.
On the <strong>Wednesday, October 1</strong> episode of NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," entitled "American Disgrace," former "One Life to Live" star <strong>Kelley Missal</strong> (ex-Dani Manning) will appear as an alleged rape victim of pro basketball star Shakir “The Shark” Wilkins (guest star <strong>Henry Simmons</strong>; "NYPD Blue," "Another World"). In the episode, Orion press rep Carla Cannon (Missal) tells reporters she was raped by Wilkins. When more women come forward, Benson (<strong>Mariska Hargitay</strong>) and Detective Carisi (guest star <strong>Peter Scanavino</strong>) disagree on the authenticity of each woman’s story, and Barba (<strong>Raul Esparza</strong>) takes a shaky case to court.
In 2012, Soap Opera Network published our own version of the annual TV Guide Magazine "TV's Highest Paid Stars" issue. In the time since it was published we've been quite shocked to see how many of you were curious to know how much some of daytime and primetime's biggest and brightest stars of yesteryear have gone on to make with their current work in primetime dramas and comedies, reality shows, and even daytime talk shows. Although we were unable to continue our report in 2013 due to circumstances beyond our control, we thought it would be a great opportunity to continue producing the soap opera edition of one of TV Guide's best selling issues with the release of the 2014 edition.
In its newest issue, TV Guide Magazine has revealed some of televisions highest paid stars. As you can imagine, the list comprises of former daytime soap stars who've either gone on to host their own talk show or headline a top ranked primetime series, or in the case of primetime soap stars - gotten richer!