Kimberly McCullough directing for Freeform and Disney+

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General Hospital actress goes behind the scenes for Freeform and Disney+.

Soaps.com is happy to share news of the latest gigs for General Hospital’s Kimberly McCullough. The actress we watched grow up playing Robin Scorpio has made a career for herself as a director with her latest jobs on the set of Freeform’s The Bold Type and Disney+’s High School Musical The Series.

When McCullough left General Hospital on a full time basis in 2012, she entered the Disney/ABC Directing Fellowship. Since then she has directed episodes of Pretty Little Liars, Fuller House, The Conners and One Day at a Time. Most recently she helmed an episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and her first episode of The Bold Type titled The Final Push that aired on June 4.

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McCullough has been sharing her directing journey on social media and her announcement of her latest stints in the director’s chair is no exception. In one post she takes a selfie behind the scenes with The Bold Type crew saying, “It’s rare that almost all heads of department are women. I’m a lucky gal. @theboldtypetv #nationalgirlfriendsday.” Of HSM The Musical she says, “Hence the secret project I was working on in Utah. #HSMtheseries premieres November 12th on #Disneyplus Fell in love with this cast”

The Bold Type centers on three 20-somethings who work at a top women’s magazine, the fictional Scarlet. Starring Katie Stevens (Faking It), Aisha Dee (Chasing Life) and Meghann Fahy (Necessary Roughness; Hannah O’Connor, One Life to Live) it follows three friends living in New York City as they explore life, love, identity and fashion. It also stars Melora Hardin (The Office) and Sam Page (Trey Shepard, All My Children). Season 4 of The Bold Type will premiere in 2020 on Freeform.

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High School Musical The Series is a mockumentary about a group of high school students doing a performance of High School Musical. It will air on Disney+’s streaming service beginning November 12. It stars Joshua Bassett (Stuck in the Middle), Julia Lester (Mom) and Frankie A. Rodriguez (Modern Family).