Remembering "Port Charles," the ABC Daytime spinoff of "General Hospital," 24 years after the show premiered as a TV movie aired in primetime.
"General Hospital" is airing another classic rebroadcast from the early 2000s. Find out which characters you'll get to see again.
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."
“General Hospital’s” Port Charles is about to get a little chilly, as the ghost of Emily Quartermaine is on her way back again!
On Monday, April 1, ABC's "General Hospital" will celebrate its 50th anniversary. While the previously planned celebratory episode will now air on Tuesday, April 2, due to a national network preemption on Wednesday, March 13, fans will not be disappointed with the returns of such “GH” legends as Rachel Ames (Audrey Hardy), Stuart Damon (Alan Quartermaine) and Chris Robinson (Rick Webber), who were all originally scheduled to appear on the Friday, March 29 episode of the soap prior to the aforementioned preemption.
On Saturday, April 6, fans of ABC's "General Hospital" will be able to learn more about the 50 year history of one of television's longest running programs. On that day, ABC News will feature the soap during that night's airing of "20/20," Soap Opera Network has learned.