Recurring status and a movie premiere.
Soaps.com presents all of the latest news for "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Days of our Lives," "General Hospital," and "The Young and the Restless."
The Bold and the Beautiful:
Was Bill’s liaison with Steffy sick? He certainly didn’t think so and made it clear that he neither violated her nor would live his life in shame. Find out what Hope had to say about the situation by watching the video highlights from last week in Soaps.com’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room. Then learn when Othello Clark returns to B&B. And Candace got annoyed by Ridge and Brooke’s hypocrisy, has a drinking game for Liam, and discusses Hope changing her tune in her "B&B" blog.
Days of our Lives:
Billy Flynn’s (Chad) “Dead on Arrival” is being released. Find out how you can see it in our Days of our Lives news room before taking a sneak peek at the action ahead in Salem with our weekly spoiler video. Plus, Christine ponders who bumped off Andre, still says nope to Rope, and is perplexed by John poisoning Steve in the "Days" blog.
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It looks like we won’t be seeing much of Laura. GH’s Genie Francis has been dropped to recurring status. Meanwhile, Vanessa Marcil (Brenda) has suffered a miscarriage. Read the heartbreaking message in our General Hospital news room. You can catch up on what’s been going down in Port Charles with our videos featuring Carly reporting a shooting, Faison screaming, and Ned scheming. And read Dustin’s take on Lulu living down to expectations, Sonny’s self-obsession, and Faison’s obsession with Anna in the latest "GH" blog.
The Young and the Restless:
Former “Y&R” executive producer John Conboy has died. Revisit his history with the soap in our The Young and the Restless news room where you can also get the latest on Jensen Buchanan’s (Elise) probation hearing, and Max Page’s (ex-Reed) upcoming heart surgery. In casting news, it looks like Max Shippee (Graham) left Y&R and that Daniel Hall (Scott) will also be exiting Y&R. Finally, Candace comments on JT’s addiction, the Abbott arbitration, and Hilary’s restored humanity in her latest blog.
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