It's Valentine's Week on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" and things are turning red, blue and just a little crazy, especially when Quinn Fuller (Rena Sofer) is part of the equation.
For some it's a week of second chances, for others luck will run out. This week on "The Young and The Restless," Cane (Daniel Goddard) and Lily (Christel Khalil) finally reunite, and there are more love twists in store for two other couples.
After Quinn (Rena Sofer) insists to Wyatt (Darin Brooks) that he is meant to be with Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood), even after the two were found intimately in bed by Steffy's fiancé, Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton), what will Quinn do to make sure that her son gets the girl he desires? Liam better watch out as Quinn has made him a target, or that's what it appears in the latest promo for CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful."
When Jason Thompson takes over the role of Billy Abbott beginning Wednesday, January 13 on CBS' "The Young and the Restless," it'll be during an emotional time for the character as his doctors conclude he has a slim chance of survival shortly after not just one, but two misadventures that have left him in a coma and possibly paralyzed.
With Josh Griffith and Dena Higley's work officially hitting the screen beginning with the Wednesday, August 19 episode, fans of NBC's "Days of our Lives" are in for a daring ride with the return of Stephen Nichols as Steve "Patch" Johnson and the beginning of a serial killer storyline. The first victim? Serena Mason (Melissa Archer). But did Chad DiMera (Billy Flynn) have something to do with her death?
As the mystery of who killed Silas Clay (Michael Easton) mounts this week on ABC's "General Hospital," we're told "every clue, every witness brings you one step closer to who dunnit" in a newly released promo for the daytime drama series.
In a newly released promo highlighting some of daytime's hottest cast of young adults, CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" is giving viewers three rules to live by for a thrilling summer.
This week on CBS' "The Young and the Restless," Cane (Daniel Goddard) confronts Lily (Christel Khalil) about her affair, the walls are closing in on Harding (Chris L. McKenna), and will Neil (Kristoff St. John) finally get his revenge against Hilary (Mishael Morgan) and Devon (Bryton James)?
On "The Bold and the Beautiful," Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) will stop at nothing to prevent Deacon (Sean Kanan) from marrying Quinn (Rena Sofer), "Days of our Lives" features the return of Eileen Davidson 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 (Sharon Case) life in danger?
As supposed investigators put all the pieces for "The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" together on a bulletin board in anticipation of the upcoming telecast, the one question left to answer was "who could possibly be hosting the 'Daytime Emmy Awards' with all these celebs?" Enter Tyra Banks ("The FAB Life," "The Tyra Banks Show," "America's Next Top Model"). In a newly released promo for broadcast, Pop hilariously reveals that social media (or in actuality a news release) already answered the…
Remember in 1998 when Carly (then played by Sarah Brown) stepped away from Michael's stroller for the tiniest of moments which led to his kidnapping by the hands of Tony Jones, who previously was led to believe Michael was his before Carly proclaimed the child to have been fathered by Jason? Fast forward to 2015, we find Sonny (Maurice Benard), seemingly in the Tony role, being kept away from his child by an all grown up Michael (Chad Duell), who tells his adopted father, "Step away from the…
In a new promo for "General Hospital," the daytime drama series is compared to the likes of ABC's primetime hits "Scandal," "Revenge" and even "How to Get Away with Murder" when the announcer says, "When you think 'Scandal' and 'Revenge,' think 'GH.' We know all about getting away with murder."
CBS is kicking off 2015 with nothing but smiles on its face as the network touts in a new promo that its lineup consisting of "The Young and the Restless," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "The Price is Right," "The Talk" and "Let's Make a Deal" have helped it become daytime's most watched network for 28 consecutive years.