Brand new roles and some old stories.

Make sure that you have all of the latest “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital,” and “The Young and the Restless” news from

The Bold and the Beautiful:
You can take a quick peek at what happened at Forrester Creations this week with our “B&B” videos before testing your knowledge of the trials of naming a twin in our Throwback Thursday poll. And then learn who Candace blogged about being a real drag this week in her Deconstructing “B&B” in’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room.

Days of our Lives:
After learning which “Days” stars you can meet in Boston this October, get the details about the latest project from Jason Cook (Shawn-Douglas), “State of Bacon.” And with Bo returning to Salem soon to reunite with Hope, why not revisit some of the couple’s past in this week’s Throwback Thursday poll? Then read Christine’s weekly Deconstructing “Days” blog for her speculations about Salem’s Necktie Killer in’s Days of our Lives news room.

General Hospital:
The cast of Port Charles is branching out. Learn about Tequan Richmond’s (TJ) role in a new pilot for Showtime and then find out who Nicolas Bechtel (Spencer) will be playing in a new series for Disney. Can you remember how Lesley Webber dealt with Laura’s apparent demise? Get a reminder in our Throwback Thursday poll. And Dustin uses his blog this week to weigh in on Sloane’s latest move in Deconstructing “GH”. Find out what he thought in’s General Hospital news room.

The Young and the Restless:
While Gina Tognoni (Phyllis) heads to Colorado Springs to see her fans, “All My Children” alum Michael E. Knight heads to Genoa City in a new role. Meanwhile, Scott Elrod (Joe) will be making an appearance on primetime. After getting the details on that, test your recollection of Jill’s romantic history in our Throwback Thursday poll. Then learn what Candace thought was the most intriguing development of the week by reading her Restless “Y&R” Rant in’s The Young and the Restless news room.

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– Matt Purvis