"General Hospital" will feature an on air tribute to John Reilly who played the iconic Sean Donely on the soap, reveals executive producer Frank Valentini.

John Reilly, best known for his portrayal of Sean Donely on "General Hospital" has died. The actor was 84 years old.

"General Hospital's" mysterious Dixon, who Paul Hornsby (<strong>Richard Burgi</strong>) has been heard conversing with for the last several weeks, has finally been identified as actor <strong>Troy Ruptash</strong>, who debuts in the recurring role beginning <strong>Friday, February 19</strong>, <em>Soap Opera Network</em> has learned.

<strong>Sebastian Roche</strong> is back to torment Robin as "General Hospital's" sexy, super villain Jerry Jacks. The actor, who is returning for a limited run, debuted on the Thursday, December 10 episode.

The second half of the fourth season of ABC's "Once Upon a Time" will include "General Hospital" alum <strong>Sebastian Roché</strong> (ex-Jerry Jacks), who has been cast as King Stefan, Aurora's (<strong>Sarah Bolger</strong>) father who has a complicated past with Maleficent (<strong>Kristin Bauer Van Straten</strong>), <a href="http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/12/22/once-upon-time-sebastian-roche-aurora/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>Entertainment Weekly</em>.

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.

For several weeks now "General Hospital" star <strong>Nancy Lee Grahn</strong> (Alexis Davis) has been <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/09/mystery-project-ghs-nancy-lee-grahn-sleeve">teasing</a> an upcoming ABC.com series that she's hosting which will feature the likes of comedians <strong>Sarah Colonna</strong> (“Chelsea Lately”), <strong>Jimmy Pardo</strong> (“Comedy Bang! Bang!”) and <strong>Jen Kober</strong> (“American Reunion”), as well as "GH" stars <strong>Sebastian Roche</strong> (ex-Jerry Jacks), <strong>Lisa LoCicero</strong> (Olivia Falconeri), <strong>Jason Thompson</strong> (Patrick Drake) and <strong>Kirsten Storms</strong> (Maxie Jones), which she describes as a show about her daytime drama series "with a big dose of funny or die or be in a coma coming to ABC.com." Just a short time ago, Grahn <a href="https://twitter.com/NancyLeeGrahn/status/517130258466619393" target="_blank">revealed</a> the new series has officially wrapped filming and will be called "General Hospital Now," which she also notes is "SNLish mixed with Soap. Coming soon in digital near you."

Just what is “General Hospital’s” Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) up to? The actress has been giving subtle teases that she’ll be surprising fans with a little something special for weeks now, and her latest mystery tweet really has tongues wagging!

Sebastian Roche experienced quite a lot of excitement as “General Hospital’s” Jerry Jax, but even his Port Charles stint couldn’t have prepared him for his latest ride: The French/Scottish actor will be starring opposite Liam Neeson in Universal Picture’s latest thriller, “A Walk Among the Tombstones!”

Former “General Hospital” star Sebastian Roche (ex-Jerry Jacks) will soon be gracing the screen of ABC again — but instead of popping up in Port Charles, he'll be appearing on the alphabet network’s hit primetime drama, “Scandal!”

The 2014 Winter Olympics are now underway, so it's time for an Olympics edition of Tweet This, Tweet That! Each week we compile some of the most hilarious, thought-provoking, controversial, or interesting tweets from some of daytime's most popular stars.