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    Ex-Y&R's Billy Miller Joins General Hospital.

    Tuesday, September 02 2014

    Confirmed casting.

    Updated September 2:

    "General Hospital's" executive producer Frank Valentini confirmed on Twitter that Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbot, "The Young and the Restless") is coming to Port Charles as the new Jason Morgan.

    As with Michelle Stafford's surprise debut as Nina Clay on "General Hospital," the show is not releasing any details as to when we can expect Billy Miller to appear in Port Charles. A representative for ABC told that fans "will have to stay tuned!"

    Original Article June 13:

    Is Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbot, "The Young And The Restless") about to become the newest resident of Port Charles? According to TV Guide's Michael Logan, he just might. Last night Logan tweeted the following.

    Miller left "The Young And The Restless" in December of 2013 after failing to come to an agreement on a new contract with the show. Miller was a fan favorite on the show, playing Billy Abbot from 2008 to 2014. He earned two Emmy awards for the role.

    Fans have already been buzzing about the possibility of Miller joining the show and many believe he may be a recast Jason Morgan, last played by Steve Burton ("Y&R's" Dylan). will keep you updated on the latest news about Miller's status.

    Take's poll on whether you would like to see Miller on the show, and leave us your thoughts below on who you'd like to see him play.

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    Posted by LB22 at Saturday, June 14 2014 02:28 PM

    It is good news that Miller is joining GH it's a big blow for Y&R and I would not be surprised if the old summer newman, Bushman, is joining the GH show as a new character or as a recast

    Posted by tori37 at Tuesday, June 17 2014 12:32 PM

    no Steve Burton needs to come back

    Posted by Jrooky at Thursday, June 26 2014 09:36 AM

    I love Billy Miller but I don't see how he can play Stone Cold on GH. He has way too much charisma.

    Posted by ATopcat21 at Thursday, June 26 2014 12:15 PM

    I pray that Billy Miller do play General Hospital Jason.

    Posted by Ladyshark at Thursday, June 26 2014 10:35 PM

    Love Billy Miller! I hope Jason comes back with a different personality that allows Miller to show his charm, charisma, and comedy! Great actor!

    Posted by strangeland at Monday, June 30 2014 02:30 PM

    When BM was on AMC he played a real psycho. He kidnapped a major character to steal his bone marrow among other hijinks. His character, Ritchie, was real badass with edge. When he went to Y&R to play Billy I thought no way this dude can pull that off but I was wrong. I think BM has the range to do this if the viewers give him a chance.

    Posted by barblang at Wednesday, July 02 2014 08:14 AM

    bring steve burton back it wont be the same

    Posted by sunshine22 at Sunday, July 06 2014 07:57 PM

    Bring Steve Burton back or Roger Howarth (Franco)should have played Jason instead of Franco

    Posted by MySuzie at Friday, July 11 2014 12:06 PM

    If we cannot have Steve Burton back..Billy Miller is the next best person.

    Posted by Daynaj at Wednesday, July 16 2014 10:45 AM

    Yes! Yes! Yes! He would do a great job as Jason. I love this idea. GO FOR GH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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