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.
After Rayna (<strong>Connie Britton</strong>) chose Deacon (<strong>Charles Esten</strong>) on the winter finale of ABC's "Nashville," the series returns with all new episodes beginning <strong>Wednesday, February 4</strong> with the question, "Can their love survive the year?"
Fans of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder" are likely going through withdrawals while anticipating the return of their favorite TGIT dramas, as evidenced by a newly released promo from the network with stars from all three shows reminding viewers of the <strong>Thursday, January 29</strong> return of each.
In an newly released promo highlighting the goings on in Port Charles as it gets ready to close out 2014, and enter the prospect of new beginnings in 2015, ABC'S "General Hospital" is kicking things off with a bang in the New Year as several characters hit the sheets, some expected and some very surprising!
Celebrating 26 years as daytime's most watched drama series, "The Young and the Restless" is hotter than hot as it gets ready to kick off a new year of jaw dropping twists. In a newly released promo highlighting some of the things television critics have been saying about the soap opera, CBS touts the series as "explosive."
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.
On <strong>Monday, December 1</strong>, the moment of truth arrives for Victoria Newman (<strong>Amelia Heinle</strong>), Stitch Rayburn (<strong>Sean Carrigan</strong>) and Billy Abbott (<strong>Burgess Jenkins</strong>) on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" as the trio finally learns who the father of Victoria's baby truly is. In a promo highlighting Monday's episode, Victoria tells her newborn baby girl, Katie, "It's time to find out who you're going to be calling daddy..."
After a six-month absence, Daytime Emmy Award winner <strong>Anthony Geary</strong> <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/video-newly-returned-tony-geary-surprised-gh-cast-crew">returned</a> to the set of ABC's "General Hospital" earlier this month to once again film scenes as Luke Spencer, and to hopefully finally conclude the story of just who Fluke (aka: Fake Luke) truly is. This week the day may finally come as the newly released promo (<a href="http://www.tvguide.com/News/Video-Anthony-Geary-General-Hospital-Return-1089307.aspx" target="_blank">published</a> on <em>TV Guide</em>) promises that the real Luke is back with a vengeance after being locked away by a brutal impostor.
What started as sweet temptation, seduction and desire has resulted in love, pain, rage and revenge. This week on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," it's just the beginning.
It seems like forever ago since the <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/08/breaking-news-justin-hartley-yrs-new-adam-newman">news</a> of <strong>Justin Hartley</strong> joining the cast of CBS' "The Young and the Restless" as Adam Newman first came to light, but in less than two weeks fans will finally find out what the character has been up to when he's not shown snooping around Genoa City while trying to keep tabs on the love of his life - Chelsea Newman (<strong>Melissa Claire Egan</strong>) - and their child. On <strong>Wednesday, November 5</strong>, Hartley begins his journey on the daytime drama series when Adam works his way back into the world of the living, and in this newly released promo highlighting his debut viewers will come to realize "you can't keep a bad man down."
In the coming weeks, as fans of Samantha Brady and EJ DiMera of NBC's "Days of our Lives" get ready to say goodbye to the characters and their portrayers, <strong>Alison Sweeney</strong> and <strong>James Scott</strong>, things may not end well for the show's most popular couple based on what's coming up next on the daytime drama series. Meanwhile, John (<strong>Drake Hogestyn</strong>) seemingly remembered everything that happened the night he landed in the hospital on the Friday, October 3 episode. What does it mean for Theresa (<strong>Jen Lilley</strong>)?
The wedding of Nicholas and Sharon Newman (<strong>Joshua Morrow</strong> and <strong>Sharon Case</strong>) kicked off yesterday, October 3, but before the couple can say their "I Do's," Phyllis Summers (<strong>Gina Tognoni</strong>) is back in town and getting ready to crash the wedding, but will she get there in time? Viewers who tuned into the episode found Phyllis get stopped by a cop who's apparently there to arrest or detain her, but in the promo for next week's episodes, Phyllis rolls up in the chapel ready to reveal all, and Sharon's a devastated mess. "I don't know what she knows," an emotional Sharon says to Nicholas, who wonders if it's about the secret (which secret?) that has her all flustered. Of course, it could all be just a dream. Hmm...
<a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/09/yr-cast-members-head-jail">As previously reported</a>, "The Young and the Restless'" Nicholas (<strong>Joshua Morrow</strong>) and Sharon Newman (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) are heading down the aisle one more time, but before the happy occasion can take place, they along with several of their closest friends and family members are heading to lockup! Set to air on <strong>Tuesday, September 30</strong>, CBS has released a first look clip of the pre-celebration of the joining of the high school sweethearts, who are determined to put the past behind them and face the future together once more.
On <strong>Wednesday, October 1</strong>, CBS' "The Young and the Restless" welcomes actor <strong>Scott Elrod</strong> to the cast as Joe Clark, Avery's (<strong>Jessica Collins</strong>) ex-husband. <br /> <br /> In a newly released promo, the network touts the actor/character as being tall, dark and restless. Of course, "the fun is just beginning" and Elrod can't wait to take on Genoa City and, more importantly, confront Dylan McAvoy (<strong>Steve Burton</strong>), who began an affair with his legal eagle ex all those years ago, especially since Dylan had initially suspected Clark for possibly having a role in the stalking of Avery earlier this year.
While she's already been airing for just over a month on CBS' "The Young and the Restless," actress <strong>Gina Tognoni</strong> will officially join the residents of Genoa City when she brings Phyllis Summers back to town after the character had been in a coma for more than a year. In a newly released promo, the network touts the debut of Tognoni on the soap as she declares trouble is coming to town after being "well rested and ready."
With summer almost (officially) over and fall right upon us, CBS' "The Young and the Restless" is gearing up for one sexy, fun and exciting season of juicy television. In a newly released promo, aired at the conclusion of today's episode, highlighting all the goings on in Genoa City, viewers better get ready for several twists and turns in ongoing stories and the beginnings of new story arcs.
As previously reported, "Criminal Minds" star Shemar Moore is returning to CBS' "The Young and the Restless" on Wednesday, September 10 and Thursday, September 11, to once again portray his iconic role of Malcolm Winters on the daytime drama series. In a newly released promo set to the song "More, More, More" by Clooney, the network is getting fans pumped with shots of Moore on a studio lot in between filming takes (not "Y&R") and generally being his oh, so sexy self. No storyline details were revealed, however.
Things are about to get downright juicy on "Revenge" when the new season premieres Sunday, September 28 on ABC. In a newly released promo, Victoria Grayson (Madeline Stowe) narrates a dramatic version of Emily Thorne's (Emily VanCamp) revenge plot against her and her family, but in season four it looks like it's Victoria's turn for some revenge. Watch out, Emily!
Whoever predicted "Days of our Lives'" Abigail Deveraux (Kate Mansi) would grow up to become Samantha Brady's (Alison Sweeney) rival over a man, or just about anything, might be one rich person today if they made a bet with a millionaire. In a promo highlighting next week's episodes, Sami has had enough of Abby, but will she be the one forced to play nice?
On "The Young and the Restless," Ian Ward (Ray Wise) has kidnapped Mariah (Camryn Grimes), who was just revealed to be Sharon Newman's (Sharon Case) biological daughter after months of will they [the writers] or won't they, and Sharon is none too pleased with the "sociopath." She demands that he give her back her daughter, while Ian informs her that the clock is ticking. Meanwhile, Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) is dangling with bottle issues as she ponders how much more a woman can take without breaking into a million pieces, or taking a drink in this case. Will this latest drama push Nikki over the edge? Tune into CBS' "The Young and the Restless" next week to find out!