All six seasons of "The Nanny" are coming to HBO Max beginning Thursday, April 1. The sitcom, a hotbed for soap star appearances, starred Fran Drescher and "Days of our Lives" alum Charles Shaughnessy.

"General Hospital" will utilize elements of ABC's "GMA3: What You Need to Know" for a storyline featuring Sofia Mattsson's Sasha and Kim Delaney's Jackie. Find out what to expect in the revealing episode.

"General Hospital" to re-air its 51st anniversary episode featuring the faces of Carly Corinthos: Sarah Joy Brown, Laura Wright and Tamara Braun.

"All My Children" alums remember their former co-star, John Callahan, for a special tribute airing on iHub Radio on Saturday, April 4.

Catch an exclusive screening of "Studio City" alongside cast and producers on Tuesday, February 11 at the Elks Club in Van Nuys, CA.

Good news for Hope Logan fans. Kim Matula (Hope Logan) is heading back to "The Bold and the Beautiful." However, it's only for a short stint. The actress will return for one episode on Wednesday, March 16.

<h3><em><strong>Pulling Double Duty</strong></em></h3> After directing an episode in November, which aired <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2016/01/heather-tom-to-direct-upcoming-episode-of-bb">earlier this month</a>, "The Bold and the Beautiful's" <strong>Heather Tom</strong> (Katie Logan) is being given another go at the directing chair. The actress announced on her Instagram page yesterday that she'll be directing an episode of the daytime soap on Wednesday, February 3, which will air <strong>Monday, March 14</strong> on CBS and Pop.

Get ready for a night of fun with one of daytime's baddest boys: "The Bold and the Beautiful" star <strong>Sean Kanan</strong> (Deacon Sharpe) will be appearing at the Gaslamp on <strong>Wednesday, December 16</strong> for a comedic performance alongside some of his friends including: <strong>Grant Cotter</strong> (MTV's "Jerks with Cameras") and <strong>Kate Quigley</strong>. The event will be hosted by <strong>Zach Miller</strong>.

On "The Bold and the Beautiful," Brooke (<strong>Katherine Kelly Lang</strong>) will stop at nothing to prevent Deacon (<strong>Sean Kanan</strong>) from marrying Quinn (<strong>Rena Sofer</strong>), "Days of our Lives" features the return of <strong>Eileen Davidson</strong> as Kristen Dimera, and "The Young and the Restless" is filled with brutal betrayals and numerous revelations that no one saw coming. Is Sharon's (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) life in danger?

CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" will air its 7,000th episode on <strong>Friday, January 23</strong>, and in honor of the happy occasion, the network announced that the episode will break from tradition and instead feature a retrospective documentary that will highlight some of the show's most iconic moments and a look back at its creation. The episode will also include commentary from the cast, fashion shown throughout its near three decades on air, several unforgettable guest star appearances, original screen test footage and much more.

Whatever Forrester Creations business Brooke Logan had to handle in Europe, which was the reason cited for her departure from the Los Angeles based company many months ago, seems to have finally been settled as portrayer <strong>Katherine Kelly Lang</strong> returned to the set of CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" earlier this month to once again film scenes, which begins airing in late January 2015.

On the Thursday, December 4 broadcast of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report," host <strong>Stephen Colbert</strong> covered the ambassadorship of "The Bold and the Beautiful" producer Colleen Bell, wife of head writer and executive producer, <strong>Bradley P. Bell</strong>, with a hilarious take on the <a title="‘B&B’ Producer Colleen Bell Confirmed as Ambassador to Hungary; Senator John McCain Livid!" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/b-senator-john-mccain-livid">drama surrounding her confirmation</a> following some lively comments from Senator <strong>John McCain</strong>, who strongly disagreed with President Obama's choice of Bell for the position. “We’re about to vote on a totally unqualified individual to be ambassador to a nation which is very important to our national security interest. Her qualifications are as a producer of the television soap opera ‘The Bold and The Beautiful,’ contributed 800,000 [dollars] to Obama in the last election and bundled more than $2.1 million for President Obama’s re-election effort,” said McCain on the Senate floor on Tuesday, December 2, just before Bell was confirmed as the U.S. Ambassador to Hungary with a vote of 52-42.

If you tuned into the Friday, October 24 episode of ABC's "General Hospital," you may have noticed a familiar face with a new do. Actress <strong>Kelly Sullivan</strong> returned as the spirit of Connie Falconeri, who was murdered last year by Ava Jerome (<strong>Maura West</strong>), in scenes with <strong>Maurice Benard</strong>'s Sonny Corinthos. The return of a normally blonde Sullivan to "GH" comes just days before the actress is set to make her <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/09/kelly-sullivan-joins-yr">debut</a> as a brunette Sage Warner on CBS' "The Young and the Restless."

On Friday, June 13, Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan) returns to CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful." In a newly released promo highlighting his return, the drama series warns viewers to prepare for the shock of the summer.

Soap Opera Network has learned exclusively that veteran soap stars Ronn Moss, Sean Kanan, Judi Evans and Patrika Darbo have joined the cast of LANY Entertainment's "The Bay: The Series," which premieres Chapter 12 on Thursday, May 1 with episodes running a bit longer in length than they had in prior chapters (episodes will now run between 17-20 minutes, typical for a weekly 1/2 hour series excluding commercials).

“General Hospital’s” A.J. Quartermaine has officially bought the farm, and we’ll soon be seeing his portrayer, Sean Kanan, back on “The Bold and the Beautiful.” The actor reprises his role as the love-to-hate-him Deacon Sharpe on Friday, June 13 — and the sudser’s headwriter, Bradley P. Bell, says it’s going to be one hellraising return!

Now that “General Hospital’s” Sean Kanan (ex-A.J. Quartermaine) is headed back to "The Bold and the Beautiful” to reprise his role as sleazy con-man Deacon Sharpe, “The Young and the Restless” fans are wondering if the character will be swinging by Genoa City to visit his former lover, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott). And while that may be an eventuality, “B&B’s” headwriter, Bradley P. Bell, admits that instead of loaning out Deacon to "Y&R," he’d rather steal Nikki for his own sudser!

After "General Hospital's" A.J. Quartermaine was shot and put into critical condition by Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) a few weeks ago, fans began speculating if this could be the end of the line for the long-time Port Charles resident. Even so, it comes as a shock today that A.J.'s portrayer, Sean Kanan, has confirmed that he will be leaving "GH" at the end of this month to return to his role on "The Bold and the Beautiful."