Remembering "Port Charles," the ABC Daytime spinoff of "General Hospital," 24 years after the show premiered as a TV movie aired in primetime.
Find out which soap is airing an all-new episode and which soaps will air special episodes, if not preempted by sports and specials.
On Thanksgiving Day, "General Hospital" will re-air its retelling of "A Christmas Carol" featuring Michael Easton's Finn as Ebenezer Scrooge.
Watch performance highlights of the four Outstanding Daytime Drama nominees leading up to "The 47th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" airing live on Friday, June 26 on CBS.
The Fourth Annual "General Hospital" Convention has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Find out when it will now take place.
"General Hospital" releases video from the set with stars asking viewers to stay tuned for updates on when to catch the next all-new episode.
Rebecca Budig is returning to "General Hospital" as Hayden Barnes. What does this mean for Finn (Michael Easton) and Hayden's future?
"General Hospital" has cast James Read as Gregory Chase, Finn and Harrison's father. What will his presence mean for the two brothers? You'll just have to tune in to find out!
After three go-rounds in Port Charles, he's back on set for a fourth. Michael Easton, who previously portrayed John McBain, Caleb Morley and Silas Clay, has returned to work at "General Hospital" and announced his first air date.
While it's still uncertain as to who Michael Easton will be portraying when he returns to the "General Hospital" canvas in the coming weeks, the actor recently announced on his Facebook page that you'll soon be able to catch his new short-film, "Dreamliner," which reunites him with his former "One Life to Live" co-star Trevor St. John (ex-Todd Manning/ex-Victor Lord, JR). Easton wrote and directed the short.
With news that <strong>Michael Easton</strong> would <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2016/02/breaking-michael-easton-returning-general-hospital">soon be returning</a> to ABC's "General Hospital" in the weeks ahead, who better to hear from about his return than the actor himself? In a posting on his <a href="https://www.facebook.com/MichaelEastonActor/posts/10154005611394736" target="_blank">Facebook page</a>, Easton not only reiterates the truthfulness of today's big news, but also shares that it's because of the fans that he's even able to return to the daytime drama series.
After <a href="https://twitter.com/valentinifrank/status/693192090818351104" target="_blank">teasing</a> "huge news" on his Twitter page last week, "General Hospital" executive producer <strong>Frank Valentini</strong> <a href="https://twitter.com/valentinifrank/status/694597871073677313" target="_blank">revealed</a> just a short time ago that actor <strong>Michael Easton</strong> (ex-Silas Clay; ex-John McBain) is returning to the daytime drama series in the weeks ahead.
As the mystery of who killed Silas Clay (<strong>Michael Easton</strong>) mounts this week on ABC's "General Hospital," we're told "every clue, every witness brings you one step closer to who dunnit" in a newly released promo for the daytime drama series.
As <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/09/tomorrow-billy-miller-revealed-jason-morgan-general-hospital">previously reported</a>, Wednesday, October 1 marked the first time viewers got to see three time Daytime Emmy Award winning actor <strong>Billy Miller</strong> in the contract role of Jason Morgan on ABC's "General Hospital." As a mystery man that viewers know to be Jason, John Doe is currently laying up in a hospital bed recovering from injuries sustained following his being run over by Ava Jerome's (<strong>Maura West</strong>) car in an episode aired last week. When Sam (<strong>Kelly Monaco</strong>) inadvertently enters his room when her son runs away from her to be by John Doe's side, Sam is inadvertently reunited with her husband and the father of her child, but does she realize it? Does her son, Danny?
“One Life to Live” fans had the privilege of literally watching <strong>Kristen Alderson</strong> grow up via her portrayal of Starr Manning, a role she landed back in 1998. And “General Hospital” fans then had the unique privilege of watching the actress shed the character she’d played for nearly 14 years on OLTL and embody her new character — Kiki Jerome — right before their eyes. The journey has been filled with a lot of ups and downs, but Alderson recently shared with <em>Soap Opera Network</em> that Kiki is finally coming into her own — which she couldn’t be more thrilled about!
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.
Several weeks have gone by since the hit and run caused by an unidentified individual forced Patrick (Jason Thompson) and Sabrina's (Teresa Castillo) car to veer off the road, which resulted in Sabrina to prematurely gave birth to their son - Gabriel Drake Santiago, who has since died.
As previously reported, Michelle Stafford (ex-Phyllis Summers, "The Young and the Restless") has joined the cast of ABC's "General Hospital" as the not so comatose Nina Clay, Silas' (Michael Easton) until recently thought to be dead wife. With ABC promising fans that the truth surrounding Nina’s mysterious circumstances will reveal itself in the weeks and months to come, as her tangled web of family history starts to unravel, the network is providing viewers with a snippet of Stafford's debut in case they missed it when it aired on Thursday, May 1.
In response to rampant rumors that she will soon be joining the cast of "General Hospital" in the role of Nina, the comatose wife of Michael Easton's Silas Clay, Michelle Stafford (ex-Phyllis Summers, "The Young and the Restless") has taken to social media to dispel said rumors. The actress tweeted last night, "I want u all to remember as u drift off to sleep...people who start rumors have super little pee pees...," before wishing her fans and followers a good night's sleep. Previously, a rep for the ABC Daytime drama series issued a "no comment" to Soap Opera Network when contacted.