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Calif. "Days of Our Lives" won drama series honors for just the second time in 40 years at the Daytime Emmys in a rough-hewn ceremony that included more upsets and an envelope mix-up on Sunday night. The NBC soap opera that began in 1965 beat out
Soap opera stars to appear at Samantha's Friends gala Staff Report Published: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 9:28 a.m...TV soap opera stars are again lending their support to help people with disabilities. The annual charity fundraiser, with a "Summer
Carly follows Sonny back to his restaurant where she bluntly asks him to put a hit on Franco. Sonny avoids the question because he clearly already has something in place, but Carly insists that she needs to be a part of this. So Sonny summons Shawn,
Prospect Park, the studio that revived All My Children and One Life to Live as online-only serials, announced it will move to a twice-per-week schedule for new episodes of the sudsers starting May 30 instead of four. In a letter sent to fans Thursday,
May 15, 2013 Your weekly guide to TV's best and worst one-hour shows. Mama checks in with the soaps this week: All My Children (Thursday, Hulu) Mr. Christine Baranski, aka Matthew Cowles, returns to Pine Valley as the best-named soap villain ever,
One Life to Live' actors return to 'General Hospital' Actress Kristen Alderson attends the 39th annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Beverly Hills, California on June 23, 2012. May 13 (UPI) -- Three actors forced to temporarily leave "General Hospital" due
TNT has opted to check out of Chelsea General Hospital, cancelling Monday Mornings after just one season...Here's a not at all short list of reasons why Monday Mornings will be missed and ultimately, left a strong fingerprint on not just medical
Rafe kisses Molly; Nikolas kisses Elizabeth and AJ and Carly hot into the sack!...Apparently Morgan got involved in some high-stakes online gambling that is a set-up from some mobsters. Johnny fears what these guys will do when they learn who Morgan'
The two men have poured money and nearly two years of their time into an Internet revival of the soaps. They've done this because they believe, as Mr. Kwatinetz puts it, that this is the inflection point for online television. Even if it's not, Mr.
Whatever flows through the intravenous bags at Port Charles' General Hospital seems to be preserving singer-actor Rick Springfield . The 63-year-old Aussie recently reprised his career-making role as Dr. Noah Drake for General Hospital 's 50th