Johnny Wactor has been cast in the recurring role of Brando Corbin on ABC's "General Hospital."
"General Hospital" alum Vinessa Antoine is heading to CBS All Access in the true-crime drama "Interrogation."
CBS renews six additional dramas and veteran CBS News magazines for 2019-2020 broadcast television season. They join 10 previously renewed programs for next year. Find out if your favorite is coming back.
CBS and Nielsen have failed to reach a new contract agreement, leaving the network scrambling to come up with a solution for advertisers.
Actor Michael Weatherly ("Loving") cost CBS $9.5 million after comments made about actress Eliza Dushku on the set of "Bull."
"The Young and the Restless" will soon welcome a new Fenmore Baldwin to Genoa City with daytime newcomer Zach Tinker taking over from Max Ehrich.
"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!
The bi-annual list of Television's Highest Paid Stars: The Soap Opera Edition, is here! Find out who made the cut, who got richer and how being part of TV's biggest hit doesn't always equal big checks.
A veteran of daytime soaps, actress Alla Korot (ex-Allie Doyle, "All My Children"; ex-Jenna Norris, " Another World") is heading to "General Hospital," confirms an ABC representative. Character details and when she'll first air were not made available, however.
Five years since departing CBS' "The Young and the Restless," actor Peter Porte (ex-Ricky Williams) has made a name for himself with appearances in such shows as "NCIS," "Living with Models" and more recently starring as Brad on "Baby Daddy." On Saturday, August 5, the actor will star opposite Amanda Righetti ("Colony," "The Mentalist") in the Hallmark Channel original movie, "Love at the Shore."
Lachlan Buchanan (Kyle Abbott, "The Young and the Restless") will portray Navy Petty Officer James Muldoon, who witnesses a crime and comes to the aid of someone in need in the <strong>Tuesday, March 1</strong> episode of "NCIS," titled "After Hours."
Fans of "The Young and the Restless'" <strong>Lachlan Buchanan</strong> (Kyle Abbott) may miss seeing their favorite actor on the daytime drama series on a more consistent basis, now that he's on recurring status with the daytime soap, but at least they'll soon be able to see him in primetime in an upcoming episode of CBS' "NCIS."
<strong>Jessica Collins</strong> is not only celebrating her <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2016/01/the-43rd-annual-daytime-emmy-awards-pre-nominees-announced">final pre-nomination</a> for her portrayal of Avery Bailey Clark on "The Young and the Restless," but she's foremost enjoying the birth of her new daughter.
Actor <strong>Michael Weatherly</strong> (ex-Cooper Alden, "Loving") will be departing "NCIS" at the end of this season, the actor and CBS <a href="http://tvline.com/2016/01/05/michael-weatherly-leaving-ncis-season-13/" target="_blank">confirmed</a> today. Weatherly, who is only one of four original actors to have appeared in all of the show's near 300 episodes to date, portrays the widely popular Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo on the series.
Compiling ratings data from production studio sources for the period beginning January 1 and ending October 31, <em>Vulture</em> recently <a href="http://www.vulture.com/2015/12/most-popular-us-tv-shows-around-the-world.html" target="_blank">reported</a> some of the most watched shows in 18 countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Poland, Hungary and Italy, and the publication found the likes of "NCIS," "Criminal Minds," "The Flash," "The Blacklist," "Grey's Anatomy" and the recently concluded "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" still at the top of the list for most watched shows in the world. Joining them are CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and NBC's "Days of our Lives," two soaps aired in the daytime in America but in primetime elsewhere.
Just before the holiday break, actor <strong>Robb Derringer</strong> announced on social media that he will soon be departing ABC's "General Hospital," where he's been portraying the recurring role of Special Agent Kyle Sloane opposite <strong>Finola Hughes</strong> (Anna Devane) since mid-November.
Attention fans of CBS Daytime's "The Bold and the Beautiful," "The Young and the Restless," "Let's Make a Deal," "The Talk," and "The Price is Right": If you live in the New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Baltimore, Boston, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Miami, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh or the Sacramento television markets, you currently have no access to CBS programming if you subscribe to Dish Network. You are also missing out on The CW's programming if you live in Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, San Francisco and Seattle. This is the result of a carriage dispute between CBS Corp. -- owner of broadcaster CBS and co-owner of The CW -- and Dish Network that was set to expire on Thursday, December 4. The two sides agreed to extend talks on a new carriage contract beyond the 4:00 PM, PT deadline yesterday. The satellite provider eventually dropped the stations from its programming lineup earlier today when the talks fell through. Also affected by the dispute are three independent stations in Dallas, Los Angeles and New York and two MyNetworkTV affiliates in Boston and Miami.
Paige Turco (ex-Dinah Marler, "Guiding Light;" ex-Melanie Cortlandt Rampal, "All My Children") has been cast in "NCIS: New Orleans," the planned spinoff of "NCIS," reports Deadline.com.
CBS has released a breakdown of how its top shows left off with their season finales in May and what viewers can expect when their new seasons premiere in the fall. "It may only be July, but it’s never too early to get caught up on where CBS series left off last May. And there’s no time like the present for a sneak peek at some surprises and guest stars coming in the fall," reads the network press release.