"Chicago Fire" actor Matt Trudeau takes on the role of Lucas Jones on "General Hospital," replacing Ryan Carnes.
Beginning Monday, May 25, "General Hospital" will re-air episodes featuring its popular Nurses Ball event.
The annual "General Hospital" Fan Club Weekend event is scheduled to take place beginning Thursday, July 28 and run through at least Monday, August 1.
The wait is almost over for the premiere of the new ABC.com original series, "GH Now," hosted by "General Hospital's" <strong>Nancy Lee Grahn</strong> (Alexis Davis). The series, which brings fans closer to their favorite Port Charles denizens than ever before, is set to premiere on ABC.com and the WATCH ABC app on <strong>Monday, January 12</strong> with the first three of six episodes, <a href="http://tvline.com/2015/01/05/general-hospital-gh-now-premiere-date-video/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>TVLine</em>.
It's "General Hospital" like you've never seen before when <strong>Nancy Lee Grahn</strong>, who plays Alexis Davis on the soap, takes viewers behind the scenes of daytime's most dynamic soap opera via her new ABC.com series, "General Hospital Now," which the actress had been teasing on social media for several weeks.
As first <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/ghs-marc-anthony-samuel-kelly-thiebaud-john-j-york-bumped-recurring-status">reported</a> by <em>Soap Opera Network</em>, actor <strong>Marc Anthony Samuel</strong> has <a href="https://twitter.com/marcasart/status/532223084947066881" target="_blank">confirmed</a> that he's now recurring on ABC's "General Hospital" as Felix DuBois after being bumped from contract status. "Hey fans, thanks for the support. 'GH' is just a small part of a great and ongoing journey. Onward and upward!" wrote Samuel on his Twitter page. "To be clear guys, I'm recurring. Not on contract though," he <a href="https://twitter.com/marcasart/status/532229597015052288" target="_blank">continued</a>.
With photography by <strong>Brad Everett Young</strong>, several of daytime's hottest young stars including "General Hospital's" <strong>Kristen Alderson</strong> (Kiki),<strong> Chad Duell</strong> (Michael),<strong> Ryan Carnes</strong> (Lucas),<strong> Marc Anthony Samuel</strong> (Felix) and <strong>Ian Buchanan</strong> (Duke), "Days of our Lives'" <strong>Brendan Coughlin</strong> (T),<strong> Allison Paige</strong> (Bev), <strong>Guy Wilson</strong> (Will),<strong> Jen Lilley</strong> (Theresa), <strong> Billy Flynn</strong> (Chad), <strong> Casey Moss</strong> (JJ) and <strong>Kevin Riggin</strong> (Rory), and "The Young and the Restless'" <strong>Camryn Grimes</strong> (Mariah), along with stars from "Baby Daddy" (<strong>Derek Theleer</strong>), "Teen Wolf" (Stephen Lunsford) and "Power Rangers," have taken part in the <a href="http://dreamloudofficial.com/" target="_blank"><em>Dream Loud</em> campaign</a> that hopes to bring music and the arts programs back into schools. "Port Charles" alum <strong>Brian Gaskill</strong> is also featured in the campaign, among countless others.
On today's episode of ABC's "General Hospital," the tradition of the Nurses Ball continues with yet another male stripstease. Like last year, Milo (Drew Cheetwood) once again led some of the show's hottest men, or "Magic Milo and the Magic Wands" as Lucy (Lynn Herring) excitedly referred them as, in a dance routine choreographed to AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long." While there was some stiff competition amongst the characters in terms of who had the better stripper pose, the ladies in attendance sure had a good time either way as evidenced by Felicia (Kristina Wagner) chanting, "What a waist. What a chest. What an ass," after an annoyed Levi (Zachary Garred) commented, "This is so tacky. Does a charity really need this? What a waste."
As part of the "General Hospital" Fan Club Weekend, fans of the daytime soap will be able to enjoy "Music of the Night," a Karaoke event as hosted by Sean Blakemore (Shawn), Ryan Carnes (Lucas), Marc Anthony Samuel (Felix) and Parry Shen (Brad).
ABC's "General Hospital" will celebrate romance in style on Valentine's Day as viewers will be treated to the reconciliation of Dante and Lulu Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna and Emme Rylan), the potential hookup of Felix and Lucas (Marc Anthony Samuel and Ryan Carnes), an adventure for Nikolas and Britt (Tyler Christopher and Kelly Thiebaud), a turning point in Molly's relationship with TJ (Haley Pullos and Tequan Richmond) and Ava and Morgan (Maura West and Bryan Craig) spend a secret night of passion together. Of course, what would a night of romance be without the possibility of a paternity test reveal? Liz (Rebecca Herbst) is on a mission to take down Britt!
If you tuned into today's episode of ABC's "General Hospital" you saw two huge reveals for the character of Brad Cooper, portrayed by actor Parry Shen. In one, it was revealed that Brad and Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes) slept together after drowning their sorrows at the Floating Rib bar. In the other, it was revealed that Brad's real father is Kim Wu from the 1980's Asian Quarter storyline, which is famously remembered in flashbacks when a young Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough) runs to the awaiting arms of her mother Anna Devanne (Finola Hughes). In fact, the scenes were recently aired when Robin once again reunited with her mother last year. In light of all the action and the drama, Soap Opera Network spoke with Shen about the huge storyline twists and turns that the soap was able to keep secret right up to the conclusion of today's episode.
There have been a slew of stories celebrating soap operas’ recent turnaround in the ratings game as of late, but it’s an unexpected trend worth repeating: Soaps are back, baby! And “General Hospital,” which was marching toward an ABC death similar to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” is doing particularly well. Soap Opera Network sat down with the sudser’s very own William DeVry (Julian Jerome), who discussed some particulars of why “GH” is on such an upswing. And while he was at it, he revealed some details on what’s to come in Julian’s life, as well!
"I'm Lucas Jones. I'm your son," says an angered Lucas (Ryan Carnes) when he seemingly confronts his biological daddy this week on "General Hospital."
As a result of the Friday, December 20 preemption, ABC's "General Hospital's" is currently behind in its airing schedule. What that means is that the previously scheduled "Home for the Holidays" themed episode set to air today, will instead air on Friday, December 27. Also shifted is the debut of "GH" newcomer Ryan Paevey in the contract role of Nathan West. The character, who was originally set to debut on tomorrow's episode, will instead debut on the Monday, December 30 episode in scenes alongside Kirsten Storms' Maxie Jones, who seeks to get out of town just as Port Charles gets ready to celebrate the New Year as a result of the recent baby drama and the need to clear her head. In real-life, Storms is headed for maternity leave as she's due to give birth in January to a little girl by husband and former "GH" co-star, Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny Zacchara).
As previously reported, Ryan Carnes is set to reprise his role of Lucas Jones on ABC's "General Hospital" in the coming weeks, but now we know when! A rep for the drama series informs Soap Opera Network that Carnes' first airdate is scheduled for Friday, January 17, 2014, which for those counting is episode #12974.
While hints of a possible return to "General Hospital" began on his Twitter page last week, where he referred to numerous Ports in the world (Portlandia, Port Hueneme, Port of Los Angeles, Port of Long Beach), an ABC representative confirms to Soap Opera Network that actor Ryan Carnes will be reprising his role as Lucas Jones, the adopted son of Bobbie (Jacklyn Zeman) and Tony Jones (Brad Maule), on the ABC Daytime drama series. "Like a ship lost in the night at sea, wondering where my next port will be...," Carnes tweeted on Wednesday, December 4.
Ryan Carnes will take over the role as Lucas Jones on "General Hospital" this summer, reports TV Guide Online. Lucas is the son of Bobbie Jones (Jacklyn Zeman). The daytime newcomer replaces actor C.J. Thomason, the most recent Lucas from 2002-2003. This move is a part of a usually growing summer teen storyline. No word yet on whether the role is contract, though it is likely to be recurring.