New shows, new roles, and a short film.

It’s been a busy week for the stars of daytime. Get the latest scoop on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital,” and “The Young and the Restless” from

The Bold and the Beautiful:
Catch up on the action the fast way with the freshest videos before going back into time with our Throwback Thursday poll about Sally Spectra joining the ranks at Forrester Creations. Then find out what flip flopping was going beyond belief for Candace in her latest Deconstructing “B&B” blog. Get all of that and more in’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room.

Days of our Lives:
Watch a preview of James Scott’s (EJ) new series “Wrecked” before taking a peek at the sizzle reel for Nadia Bjorlin’s (Chloe) webseries, “Dropping the Soap.” Plus, former Salem baddie Blake Berris (Nick) has booked a role on “Supergirl.” And don’t miss our special tribute to the late and lamented Stefano DiMera before testing your talent for trivia in our Throwback Thursday poll about the song playing during Steve and Kayla’s hot springs make-out session. Then, Christine says her own goodbye to Stefano in the newest Deconstructing “Days” in’s Days of our Lives news room.

General Hospital:
After checking out the extended footage of the Scrubs wedding, take a look at Carolyn Hennesy (Diane) in a Doritos commercial. With the help of your vote it could be aired during the Super Bowl. Plus, Parry Shen (Brad) stars in a new comedy called “Swing State” while Constance Towers (Helena) will be seen with James Franco (Franco) in the Hulu series “11.22.63.” Don’t miss Genie Francis’ (Laura) new commercial as the Nutrisystem ambassador. And you can watch Jeffrey Vincent Parise’s (Carlos) short film “Tulum” before digging into the past with our Throwback Thursday poll about who Robert suspected of sending him death threats. Finally, Dustin weighs in on Port Charles’ child from Hell in his Deconstructing “GH” blog. Get all of the latest news in’s General Hospital news room.

The Young and the Restless:
A few faces familiar to watchers of Genoa City shenanigans are popping up in primetime. Jeff Branson (Ronan) has been cast on “Supergirl” while we also have an update on Lachlan Buchanan’s (Kyle) role on “Teen Wolf.” Meanwhile, Wilson Bethel (Ryder) will be appearing in “How To Get Away With Murder.” Plus, Lauren was once locked in a taxi. Can you remember who did it? Vote in our Throwback Thursday poll to see if you know the answer. And then find out why Candace was a bit disappointed in Kevin in her Deconstructing “Y&R” in’s The Young and the Restless news room.

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– Matt Purvis