Get ready for the ultimate soap star reunion when veterans of ABC Daytime's "All My Children," "General Hospital" and "One Life to Live" come together for a special one-night Broadway event to support those impacted by COVID-19.
"The Locher Room" to feature an "All My Children" reunion with the men of Pine Valley: Jacob Young, Walt Willey and Vincent Irizarry.
Soap star children step up where the rest of us can't in order to help battle the coronavirus pandemic.
After portraying Griffin Castillo on "All My Children" and Tony Santos on "Guiding Light," actor <strong>Jordi Vilasuso</strong> decided the timing was right for another turn in daytime. Lucky for him, "Days of our Lives" was looking to expand the Hernandez clan with the return of Dario (last played by <strong>Francisco San Martin</strong>). After meeting with executive producer <strong>Ken Corday</strong>, co-executive producer <strong>Albert Alaar</strong> and co-head writer <strong>Josh Griffith</strong> last summer, Vilasuso responded well to the idea of portraying a "very intelligent" character on the soap.
Vincent Irizarry debuts as Deimos Kiriakis and Brandon Beemer returns to 'Days of our Lives' as Shawn Douglas Brady, this week. Look for both actors and their characters to hit the ground running upon arriving in Salem.
The daytime community took to social media to react to the death of <strong>David Canary</strong>, who portrayed Adam and Stuart on "All My Children" for nearly 28 years, posting comments and photos of an actor that was greatly loved, admired and respected.
Some of daytime’s most popular stars are taking a break from their dramatic, twist-and-turn-filled storylines and grabbing the mic for an all-night fan-filled crooning session!
There’s a rumor going around that former “All My Children” star Vincent Irizarry (ex-David Hayward) has been tapped to play the role of “General Hospital’s” Valentin Cassadine — a role former “AMC” star Matthew Borlenghi (ex-Brian Bodine) had been cast to play before the storyline was scrapped back in 2009. And when Borlenghi caught wind of the supposed recast, his online comments prompted “GH” headscribe, Ron Carlivati, to shed some news on the Irizarry casting rumor!
On the Sunday, November 10 episode of Showtime's "Homeland," starring Claire Danes, "All My Children's" Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) guest stars as Captain Lonza. Irizarry's appearance on "Homeland" is a dream come true of sorts as the actor has been a longtime fan of the series since it premiered in 2011. The actor attended the rooftop premiere of season three in Beverly Hills in late September.
There seems to be more drama going on behind the scenes over at “All My Children” than there is onscreen. But as Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) tells Soap Opera Network, that will no longer be the case once the material by the sudser’s new headwriters, Lisa Connor and Chip Hayes, takes center stage.
If you’ve seen the scandalous “All My Children” love scene between Robert Scott Wilson’s Pete Cortlandt and Brooke Newton’s Colby Chandler, you’re well aware that the online sudser isn’t just pushing the envelope — they’re damn near shoving it! The shockingly sexy episode was even too much for YouTube, having been up only a short time before the website yanked it down. Soap Opera Network caught up with Wilson to get his take on the steamy scenes, as well as some other dirt regarding Pete’s escapades in Pine Valley.
"All My Children" made headlines with the oh, so steamy sex scene between Pete Cortlandt (Robert Scott Wilson) and Colby Chandler (Brooke Newton) last week, but can they replicate it this week when Cassandra Foster (Sal Stowers) is literally needing revival by the town punching bag, David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry), or when JR (Ryan Bittle) does something special for Cara (Lindsay Hartley)? You'll have to tune into "AMC" during the weeks of June 17 and June 24 to find out, but Soap Opera Network has your first look at what's ahead in those coming weeks!
As we previously reported, HLN, the network hosting the the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy awards, is shaking up the beloved broadcast by interviewing the winners of the top seven categories on stage immediately following their acceptance speeches! On the heels of the announcement, Soap Opera Network hit the red carpet for the Television Academy hosted Daytime Emmy Awards Nominee Reception to get a few of the stars’ takes on celebrities Giada De Laurentiis, Sheryl Underwood, Julie Chen, Sam Champion and A.J. Hammer asking the night’s biggest winners a variety of questions on air. Read on to find out whether the idea is loved — or hated!
Several stars are set to shine at the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, some of which will also be presenting the golden statues on stage during the big night. But just who are the lucky personalities that will be handing the Outstanding Young Actor winner and the Outstanding Young Actress winner their coveted awards? Read on to find out!
There’d be no Pine Valley and no Llanview if it hadn’t been for “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” creator, Agnes Nixon. The 85-year-old penned both sudsers and consequently is responsible for putting thousands of people to work over the past 40-plus years. She’s received countless awards for her additions to the genre, most recently receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences during the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards in 2010. And Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward, “AMC”) thinks the legendary lady is overdue for yet another recognition!
Robert Scott Wilson has taken “All My Children” by storm as Opal Cortlandt’s (Jill Larson) son, Pete Cortlandt. So much so, that he’s fast becoming a Pine Valley tycoon even his own father, Palmer, wouldn’t have messed with!
WTNH, better known as ABC8 in Stamford, CT, recently toured the set of The OnLine Network's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" and got some inside scoop on what's happening on your favorite internet dramas.
“All My Children” stars Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) and Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt) have both sent messages to fans via social media sites about Prospect Park’s decision to cut the frequency of both ‘AMC’ and “One Life to Live” episodes in half, and now Cady McClain (Dixie Martin) is joining the bandwagon. In a detailed blog post on her official website, the Pine Valley veteran assures fans that when it comes to the future of both shows, “Every little thing gonna be alright now!”
Like "All My Children" co-star Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt) before him, Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) has posted a message on his Facebook page discussing the "AMC" and "One Life to Live" episode order reduction by Prospect Park. In his message, the actor notes, "With the great number of episodes being offered for this year, I’m confident that we’ll all be satisfied with the many hours of viewing pleasure available to us all. We, as a cast and production team, are extremely proud of our beloved shows airing, and can’t be more grateful to all of you for your overwhelming expressions of excitement and support for all we’re doing to bring these iconic shows back for you to enjoy. We’re also sincerely humbled by your very vocal expressions of love and enthusiasm for what you’ve all been seeing. It is ours, and most importantly, Prospect Park’s intention to do whatever possible to enable us to continue bringing these cherished shows into your homes, whether via your flat screens, your tablets, computers, or even your cell phones for many, many more years, and hopefully, generations to come."
On the Thursday, May 2 episode of "All My Children," The OnLine Network finally revealed what the ABC finale in 2011 left viewers clamoring to know...Who Did JR Shoot? Fans will remember that the character was drunk and aiming his gun at at unknown individual(s) when shots were fired and the show faded to black. Now in 2013, we have our answer and sadly, some of you will not be happy.