CBS daytime lineup renewed, Arianne Zucker, Bryan Craig; soaps news
Goodbyes, good deals, and goosebumps.
Get your freshest fix of news from Soaps.com with the latest on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital,” and “The Young and the Restless.”
The Bold and the Beautiful:
“B&B” won the Golden Nymph Award in Monte Carlo. Get all of the details about it in Soaps.com’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room, where you can also catch the latest video highlights featuring Julius guilting Maya, Thomas making Sally hot, and Ridge feeling overconfident. Plus, Candace ponders Eric playing with fire, Zende giving the baby plot a welcome twist, and how Thomas and Sally give her goosebumps in her “B&B” blog.
Days of our Lives:
We have the air date, as well as a sneak peek, for Ron Carlivati’s first material as head writer of “Days” in our Days of our Lives news room. While you’re there, don’t miss our update on Arianne Zucker’s (Nicole) final days of shooting the soap before her departure as well as the weekly spoiler video. And Christine longs for the last days of Higley, Julie’s left field gift, and Rory coming to the rescue in the newest “Days” blog.
Daytime Emmy winner Bryan Craig (Morgan) shared a sneak peek at his new film, “American Fighter.” Also in our General Hospital news room, we have a few peeks at the past week’s action in Port Charles, including Sam with a knife, a gun pointed at Carly and Nathan getting in the way of Man Landers. And Dustin says that Aunt Stella stole the week, Sonny and Carly made him yawn, and Jennifer Bassey was wasted in the latest “GH” blog.
The Young and the Restless:
Last week in Genoa City, Jack’s worries about Nikki revved up, Abby was startled by Zach, and Leslie leveled an accusation at Michael. Catch all the highlights in our The Young and the Restless news room, where you can also learn when Justin Hartley’s (Adam) “This Is Us” will be back for season two. Meanwhile, Jensen Buchanan’s (Elsie) hearing for alleged DUI charges has been postponed. In better news, both “Y&R” and “B&B” have been renewed by CBS. Finally, Candace thinks Billy and Phyllis are one note, Graham might not be as shifty as he seems, and the Scott and Abby plot is a rerun in her latest blog.
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– Matt Purvis