Pregnancy News, 80s Days Actor Reveals Reason for Exit, COVID-19 Pandemic Shuts Down General Hospital & Y&R Event
Directorial debuts, interviews, postponed events, and an art opening.
Stay up to date with the latest exciting developments as Soaps.com brings you all of the news for The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless from March 9 – 13 and beyond.
The Bold and the Beautiful
As part of Lifetime’s new series of thrillers based on the work from best-selling true-crime author Ann Rule, the network has enlisted two former soap opera actresses, As the World Turns‘ Ashley Williams (Dani) and Bold and the Beautiful’s Robin Givens (Dr. Phillips), to direct two of them. Meanwhile, Adrienne Frantz (ex-Amber Moore) and husband Scott Bailey (Sandy Foster, Guiding Light) announced on Twitter that they are expecting their second child. Visit Soaps.com’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room to see the photo and catch the latest tease of what’s ahead with this week’s spoiler video. And Candace senses trouble could be looming for Ridge thanks to Brooke locking lips with Bill, although this prospect doesn’t seem exciting to a lot of viewers, but at least Thomas’ spoiled wedding scheme was a hit in the Bold and the Beautiful column.
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Days of our Lives
Kate Mansi returns to Days of our Lives as Abigail DiMera following her character’s trip to Africa. You can get all the latest casting news that will impact action on the canvas in the Days of our Lives news room. Then read about Shelley Hennig’s (ex-Stephanie) new the lead role in the NBC pilot Crazy for You, a comedy about an assistant at a publishing company and her dating woes. Olivia Rose Keegan (ex-Claire) has been cast in a recurring role in season 2 of Disney+’s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Kylie Bunbury (ex-Kathleen) has joined daytime alum Ryan Phillippe (ex-Billy, One Life to Live) for major roles in the upcoming procedural thriller, The Big Sky. And don’t miss our exclusive interview with Days of our Lives alum Gregory Zarian before checking out this week’s video giving you a glimpse of the action ahead in Salem as Orpheus returns. Plus, Christine can’t blame Evan for gloating, wishes Will had more backbone, has been impressed by the writing for Brady and Kristen, but worries about the zombie pandemic in her Days of our Lives column.
In light of the spread of Covid-19, General Hospital has decided to suspend the production of new material for one month. This is not expected to disrupt the airing of episodes. Get more details in our General Hospital news room along with this week’s spoiler video for the latest plot twists in Port Charles. And Dustin delves into the insanity that Peter is spreading, wonders about Curtis’ past with Portia, and suspects that Michael might marry Willow in the new General Hospital column.
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The Young and the Restless
Worried about where Paul has been? Doug Davidson addresses his Young and Restless status. After getting even more news about who is coming and going from Genoa City, check in on a few former residents. Noemi Gonzalez (ex-Mia) is currently filming the Netflix project, Selena: The Series while Noah Gerry (ex-Charlie) will appear in an upcoming episode of Station 19 airing later this month. Justin Hartley’s (ex-Adam) controversial film The Hunt just opened in theatres last week and you can check out a trailer for Jennifer Landon (ex-Heather) in the new thriller about a single mother and her stalker, Within These Walls. Meanwhile, Mckenna Grace (Faith) added her voice to the upcoming Warmer Bros. animated feature SCOOB! Learn which other soap opera alums are involved in the movie in our The Young and the Restless news room. Beth Maitland (Traci) took to Instagram to celebrate her daughter playing the bassoon with the San Luis Obispo, California symphony. Find out which of Christian LeBlanc’s (Michael) co-stars, past and present, appeared at his recent art opening in New Orleans. In unfortunate news, Kate Linder’s (Esther) annual OpportuniTea High Tea event has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Finally, check out the video of what happened when the soap’s cast gathered together for a special photoshoot before learning why Candace thinks that Lily could have some interesting romantic options, Lola and Summer should misbehave more, Abby’s rivalry with Phyllis is lame, and why she loved Sharon and Nikki’s scenes in her latest The Young and the Restless column.