Soap Star Safe After Tornado, Days’ Firing ‘Ultimate Burn’, The Britch is Back & Y&R Star’s Movie
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Award nomination, a tornado touches down, talk show spots, and new roles for familiar faces.
Soaps.com keeps you informed of all of the latest news for The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless from March 2 – 6 and beyond.
The Bold and the Beautiful
See some of your favorite stars from the show when they appeared on Entertainment Tonight to put on a miniature training course on how to be a soap opera star. Congratulations go to Courtney Hope (Sally) for her 2020 BAFTA Games Awards nomination. She received a nod in the Performer in a Leading Role category for her work as Jesse Faden in the video game, Control. Visit Soaps.com’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room for the latest spoiler video about this week’s upcoming action, and a few speculative remarks about what might happen at Thomas’ wedding to Zoe. Candace isn’t happy about how things are panning out as she was repelled by Sally’s attitude, still doesn’t understand the fuss about the kiss, but assumes there’s drama ahead in the Bold and the Beautiful column.
Days of our Lives
Melissa Reeves (Jennifer) set fans’ minds at ease by taking to Instagram to say that she and her family were safe after tornadoes touched down in Tennessee. Freddie Smith (Sonny) and Chandler Massey (Will) appeared together on Smith’s podcast to address their recent firing. They explained how this came about and hinted at an unsatisfactory ending for their characters. See what they had to say by watching the podcast in the Days of our Lives news room. Meanwhile, Matthew Ashford (Jack) will be making a guest appearance on NCIS this month. Find out when and who he will play before checking out all of the latest casting news that’s sure to affect what’s ahead for stories in Salem. Once you’ve watched this week’s spoiler video, featuring Nicole noticing something significant, learn what Christine thought was important last week as she weighs in on the catfight, Ben’s campy execution storyline, why she doesn’t care about Jordan’s death, and thought it was fun watching Kristen lecture Gabi in her Days of our Lives column.
Trouble is sure to follow when Kelly Thiebaud returns to General Hospital as Britt “The Britch” Westbourne. Laura Wright (Carly) and Maurice Benard (Sonny) appeared on Hallmark’s Home & Family to discuss working together for 15 years and Benard’s upcoming book, Nothing General About It. Watch a clip of their appearance in our General Hospital news room, where you can also read about Robert Palmer Watkins’ (Dillon) upcoming role on Walking Dead: World Beyond. Once you’ve watched the trailer for that and checked out the latest spoiler video for what’s ahead in Port Charles, find out why Dustin was shocked by Taggert’s death, wonders about Trina’s mystery relative, and thinks Nelle might wind up on top in the new General Hospital column.
The Young and the Restless
Robert Adamson (Noah) has been keeping busy. The actor recently showed up in the Lifetime movie Who Wants Me Dead and has been guest-starring on ABC’s Stumptown. He will also be seen in an upcoming episode of CBS’ All Rise. Fellow alum Lyndsy Fonseca (ex-Colleen) has been cast as a lead in a new television series, Turner & Hooch, based on the Tom Hanks movie. Get all the details in our The Young and the Restless news room, where you can also read about Barbara Crampton (ex-Leanna) completing a horror film on location in Canton, Mississippi. Finally, Candace is still bored, isn’t feeling Billy and Amanda, finds it hard to watch Sharon’s illness, and thinks there’s a lack of depth in all the sitcom-style subplots in her latest The Young and the Restless column.