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Farah Fath is returning to NBC's "Days of our Lives" as Mimi Lockhart for a "handful of episodes." She last portrayed the character in March 2007.
Former CBS Daytime head honcho Barbara Bloom is heading back to daytime television, this time as part of the writing team at "General Hospital."
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.
Michael Einfeld shutters L.A. offices after reports of death threats and the social media response to his alleged remarks to a former assistant who quit after receiving an email saying "Uppity selfish c---" and "Someone should sew her vagina shut."
"General Hospital" is said to be embarking on territory that has been told several times before, including by the show itself, "Days of our Lives," "One Life to Live" and others. But are they really?
During NBC's portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday, Jennifer Salke, president, NBC Entertainment, was asked questions about the upcoming 2017-18 television season and the success of the network's primetime lineup -- the network finished #1 in the key sales demo. But one question on the minds of many was the status of "Days of our Lives," which was renewed through September 2018 earlier this year.
More than six years since departing Salem, actress Louise Sorel is reprising her iconic role as Vivian Alamain on NBC's "Days of our Lives."
"General Hospital" has promoted Chris Van Etten to the role of co-head writer. He replaces recently retired Jean Passanante in the position.
Lifetime has ordered a fourth season of "UnREAL" ahead of the third season launch, set for early 2018. Series features "OLTL" alum Josh Kelly (ex-Cutter).
Jean Passanante, who has spearheaded "General Hospital" alongside Shelly Altman since July 2015, officially retires from soap opera writing.
Ron Carlivati is officially ready to hit a home-run for NBC's "Days of our Lives." Will you be watching?