Lucas Adams, Loren Lott, Denise Richards; Soaps News
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New roles, fun interviews, and casting shakeups.
Soaps.com has all the latest happenings on and offscreen for The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless from July 22 – 26.
The Bold and the Beautiful
In addition to urging her onscreen daughter to keep a huge secret on the CBS soap opera, Denise Richards (Shauna Fulton) will star in the movie The Secret Life of Cheerleaders as part of Lifetime’s Cheer, Rally, Kill movie line-up. Visit The Bold and the Beautiful news room for details on her new project, as well to watch her video interview on what she’d like to see for Shauna’s love life. While you’re there, check out the upcoming dayplayer roles that includes one filled by Richards’ real-life personal assistant. Candace also takes a look at Thomas Forrester’s history in the latest The Bold and the Beautiful blog.
Days of our Lives
It was revealed last week that Lucas Adams will exit his role of Tripp Dalton after playing Patch’s son for two years. We also have details on the DVD release of Robert Scott Wilson’s movie Devil’s Revenge and the weekly spoiler video featuring a surprise wedding announcement, a firing and Sarah calling out the wrong name in the Days of our Lives news room. And don’t forget to read the Days of our Lives blog where Christine expresses hope that Sonny and Will continue to be given lighthearted scenes and wonders if a PSA storyline is coming down the pike.
We learned last week that the entertaining Veronica Cartwright wrapped her stint as psychic Sibley Gamble and that the former Griffin Monroe, Matt Cohen, will direct an episode of Supernatural. There’s also the latest exciting weekly spoiler video in the General Hospital news room and Dustin’s General Hospital blog where he ponders Lulu moving on from Dante and possibly on to the new character named Dustin, played by Mark Lawson (ex-Brody, One Life to Live).
The Young and the Restless
The soap community mourned the deaths of David Hedison, who played Genoa City’s Arthur Hendricks, and Jenna Wittman, who was the makeup artist for both CBS soaps. The Young and the Restless news room also shares details on certain TV providers dropping the CBS channel, the addition of more dayplayer roles and a fun video of Mark Grossman (Adam Newman), Tyler Johnson (Theo Vanderway), Sean Dominic (Nate Hastings) and more actors sharing tips for going shirtless this summer. Last week’s surprising casting news included Loren Lott leaving the role of Ana Hamilton and a possible return for Jason Canela as Arturo Rosales. Finally, Candace dissects her apathetic feelings over recent storylines in the latest The Young and the Restless blog.