Latest Soaps News Includes Denise Richards’ Series, Nadia Bjorlin’s Days Return, GH Stars’ Fan Q&A, & an Early Memoir Release
Guest starring roles, special appearances, a memoir, and saying goodbye to a soap legend.
Keep on top of everything happening with your favorite show as Soaps.com brings you all of the latest news for The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless from February 24 – 28 and beyond.
The Bold and the Beautiful
Denise Richards (Shauna) has been keeping her plate full. Visit Soaps.com’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room for a special behind-the-scenes look at her new role on TV series, Paper Empire. After watching the trailer, take a look at the preview for Anthony Turpel’s (ex-RJ) new summer series Love, Victor, based on the movie, Love, Simon. After you’ve watched the latest spoiler video about the action ahead, learn why Candace was rolling her eyes at ‘Saint Flo’, is still exhausted by the endless Thomas story, and keeps being triggered by Katie crying in the Bold and the Beautiful column.
Days of our Lives
Nadia Bjorlin returns to Days of our Lives as Chloe Lane and her fans will be happy to know that she is back on contract. With Ben’s (Robert Scott Wilson) execution date getting closer every day, Soaps.com revisited a little bit of Salem history by recalling when Sami (Alison Sweeney) was nearly executed in 1999. Vanessa Williams (Valerie) will soon be seen on the big screen when Candyman is released this summer. You can also catch Wally Kurth (Justin) as Buck in the indie movie, More Beautiful For Having Been Broken, which is currently touring festivals. Learn when you can catch Lamon Archey (Eli) in a guest-starring role on the season two finale of CW’s All American in the Days of our Lives news room. While you’re there, you can also find out when Green Rush, a film co-written, produced by, and starring Paul Telfer (Xander) is being released. Be sure to cast your vote in our poll about what’s next for Maggie now that the truth about her role in Adrienne’s death is out in the open. Check out the spoiler video for this week’s shocking twists before getting the details on Eric Martsolf’s (Brady) return to live theater, as he stars in a production of the musical Mamma Mia! And Christine was thrilled by Sonny laying into Gabi, found the Sonny and Will reunion lackluster, isn’t quite sure what to think of Lani, and thought that Sarah was hilarious in her Days of our Lives column.
Former Passions star Brook Kerr has been cast on General Hospital. Kerr will be playing a new doctor in Port Charles with a connection to some characters in the city. Meanwhile, Wes Ramsey (Peter), Emme Rylan (Lulu), and Kirsten Storms (Maxie) joined together to talk with fans of the soap opera on Facebook Live. Get some of the highlights of what they had to say about their characters and catch the video in our General Hospital news room, where we also have the latest spoiler video featuring some stunning plot developments. And Dustin deals with Willow’s heartbreak, Molly and TJ’s bewildering story, and the bloody kidnapping shootout in the new General Hospital column.
The Young and the Restless
The soap opera world said goodbye to one of its legendary figures as Lee Phillip Bell, co-creator of Bold and the Beautiful and Young and the Restless died at the age of 91. After taking a moment to look back at her career, learn when you can soak up more daytime history by getting the release date for Melody Thomas Scott’s (Nikki) memoir, Always Young and Restless. Meanwhile, Mishael Morgan (Amanda) and One Life to Live and General Hospital alum Bree Williamson’s LMN movie A Killer in My Home premiered. Noah Gerry (ex-Charlie) appeared on Grey’s Anatomy last week while Lachlan Buchanan (ex-Kyle Abbott) will be making a guest appearance on Station 19 this week. Find out when and get all the latest casting news in our The Young and the Restless news room. If you’re anywhere near Niagara Falls, discover how you can meet Eric Braeden (Victor) in person this spring. Finally, Candace was disappointed by the story of Devon’s money, isn’t convinced job swapping is really a plot, wishes she could be more of a fan of Kyle and Summer, and expects a rocky future for Tessa and Mariah in her latest The Young and the Restless column.