Catch a rebroadcast of "General Hospital's" 55th Anniversary show as part of "Flashback Friday" on May 15.

Beginning Monday, May 25, "General Hospital" will re-air episodes featuring its popular Nurses Ball event.

Find out which episode of "General Hospital" will air on April 10, 2020, as ABC continues with "Flashback Friday."

Friday, April 12 marks the official #DayofSilence where millions take a vow of silence in order to help combat LGBTQ harassment in schools.

ABC announces the return of the Nurses Ball on "General Hospital," and releases a new 16-episode collection from 2014-2018.

James Nigbor is out as Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) and Jason’s (Billy Miller) son Jake on "General Hospital." The 9-year-old made his final appearance on Monday, February 29, 2016. The role is reportedly being recast.

If you tuned into today's episode of ABC's "General Hospital," you probably took notice of a conversation Elizabeth Webber (<strong>Rebecca Herbst</strong>) and Jason Morgan (<strong>Billy Miller</strong>) had with Jason's mother, Dr. Monica Quartermaine (<strong>Leslie Charleson</strong>), over Jason and Elizabeth's son, Jake (<strong>James Nigbor</strong>), and the severity of his recent injuries. Monica suggested that their son's orthopedic care be moved from General Hospital in Port Charles to Shriners Hospitals for Children in Philadelphia. The transition to Shriners marks the second consecutive year in which Shriners Hospitals for Children has teamed up with the daytime drama series to raise awareness and support for the expert care it provides to kids. Last year, the soap told the story of Spencer Cassadine (<strong>Nicolas Bechtel</strong>), who was severely burned following a fire at Wyndemere. In story, Spencer was treated at the Boston location for Shriners Hospitals for Children.

If you are a fan of "General Hospital," and have not been living under a rock, you are probably aware of <strong>Nathan Varni</strong>, manager, current series, ABC Entertainment. But what you may not be aware of is recent allegations that the executive may have allegedly crossed the line when it comes to revealing intimate details surrounding contract negotiations between the network and its actors, particularly in regards to <strong>Rebecca Herbst</strong> (Elizabeth Webber).

According to <em>Daytime Confidential</em>, <a href="http://daytimeconfidential.com/2016/02/08/rebecca-herbsts-general-hospital-contract-negotiations-hit-a-snag" target="_blank">contract talks</a> between "General Hospital" and one of its leading ladies has reportedly hit a snag. <strong>Rebecca Herbst</strong>, who has been with the show since 1997 as Elizabeth Webber, might even be headed to NBC's "Days of our Lives" should talks between the soap and the actress lead to her exiting the daytime drama series.

Poor Sam (Kelly Monaco) has been lying on Elizabeth's (Rebecca Herbst) basement floor for days, after falling down the stairs while confronting Jake (James Nigbor) about orchestrating the strange events at his house. Concussed and cold, she crawled toward a space heater and plugged it. By the time it started sparking, she was drifting in and out of consciousness and her fate seemed sealed. But this week on "General Hospital," Jason (Billy Miller) arrives to save Sam.

"General Hospital's" Jake (James Nigbor) hasn't been the same since he was rescued from the Cassadine compound. There's something off and menacing about Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) and Jason's (Billy Miller) son. What happened to the boy, while he was in captivity that caused the personality shift? And, more importantly, is Sam (Kelly Monaco) safe from 'The Bad Seed' Helena (Constance Towers) created?

It's taken years, but Scrubs fans are finally getting their wish, this week on “General Hospital.” Newly reunited Patrick (Jason Thompson) and Robin (Kimberly McCullough) are getting remarried, and this time they're going to live happily ever after.