People is reporting that well-known film and Primetime actress/dancer Sean Young will be making her Daytime debut to The Young and the Restless as Meggie in mid-June. Sean will tape scenes in May, which will involve her character, who happens to be a barmaid, as she is drawn into a mystery with Victor Newman (Eric Braeden). The neat thing is, Eric and Sean are great friends, who played together in the movie The Man Who Came Back.
Another week means another edition of the weekly GH Rundown over at our sister site, Soaps.com.
Lori Wilson gives her view on Nu-Michael, apparently random plot choices, and Maxie’s latest struggles.
Here’s a sampling:
“I am glad Michael is finally off the island, which wasn’t a great hiding place to begin with, but I’m frustrated that he’s already run away. After all the time away from his family, I would like them to be reunited, instead of him just being on the run in Port Charles, which hopefully won’t be the case for too long. He should just side step Dante and go to court himself. Everyone else just bursts in the courtroom to make a declaration, so why not the real killer?” Read the rest of this entry »
General Hospital actors turn from acting to a different kind of performance.
Steve Burton (Jason Morgan), Scott Reeves (Steve Webber), Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) and Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli) have pooled their musical talents together to form a cover band called Port Chuck. They are planning to take their act on tour later this year, with shows planned for Chicago, Connecticut, Long Island and Staten Island. Read the rest of this entry »
One murder is being investigated and two more are being planned…
Victor is doing his damnedest to get everyone to believe his confession. Meanwhile, Sara and Patty plot to kill Michael and Phyllis! Watch the weekly video promo for what’s to come in Genoa City on Soap Opera Fan Blog!
On Wednesday May 12, between 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM, soap opera stars, celebrities and fans will unite together at the Prohibition at 503 Columbus Avenue (at 84th Street) in New York City, New York to take part in the Love Out Loud Aids Walk New York Fundraiser. Read the rest of this entry »
Philip and Chloe both suspected that their loved ones were cheating on them, though they weren’t and then, in an ironic move, they ended up sleeping with each other. That was enough to get fireplaces to spontaneously burst into flames, but is a Philip and Chloe reunion something you actually want to see? Read the rest of this entry »
Skye has returned to Port Charles and has Luke under her spell again. Tracy can’t hide her dismay at her husband’s leering looks at the other woman and warned him that this could end with him getting cut off from her cash. Read the rest of this entry »
Jax managed to keep Michael hidden on the island long enough for Max to kick Ronnie off. Back in Port Charles, the trial continued. Carly took the stand, with the baby in her arms, and soon had the jury eating out of her hand. When she got home, Jax was talking to Claire. The women chewed each other out and Claire moped over to Jake’s where she ran into Patrick and he gave her a pep talk, encouraging her to put Sonny away. Read the rest of this entry »
Look what’s going down on B&B the week of April 26…
While Eric makes it clear he doesn’t want Donna to leave him, Bill has other plans for the couple. Intent on breaking them up, Bill shows Donna proof Eric might not be so loyal to her and also bonds with Stephen over their shared hatred of Eric and Stephanie.
As for Stephanie, her goodwill gesture towards the Logans only makes things worse with Donna. In addition, her favorite son learns what went down while he was gone. Will he believe she is innocent in Beth’s death?
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There’s certainly plenty of drama on B&B these days.
The aftermath of Beth’s death has fueled the flames for a juicy love triangle and Bill’s revenge, while Bridget and Owen try to keep their affair a secret and Steffy won’t let anything deter her from going after Oliver.
What’s got you glued to your TV?
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