Big Casting News, Special Streaming Events, Celebrating Soap Opera History, and Movie Updates
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Thrillers, reunions, and nostalgia.
Soaps.com keeps you on top of everything that’s been happening with the latest news for The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless from March 30 – April 3 and beyond.
The Bold and the Beautiful
You can get a sneak peek at what’s ahead with the latest spoiler video in Soaps.com’s The Bold and the Beautiful news room. Then get the lowdown on what happened last week if you missed anything, as Candace offers her thoughts on Brooke’s rare moment of self-awareness, feels like the plots are too tired, and is hoping that Ridge and Shauna have fun in Vegas in the Bold and the Beautiful column.
Days of our Lives
The canvas is getting crowded again as Brandon Beemer returns to Days of our Lives as Shawn Brady and he’s not the only familiar face making a comeback. Another Brady is on their way back to town as Kyle Lowder returns to Days as Rex this spring. You can get even more casting news in the Days of our Lives news room, where we also have an update on the opening date for Jordan Peele’s Candyman movie featuring Vanessa Williams (Valerie). Meanwhile, the Lifetime thriller Black Hearted Killer starring Brock Kelly (Evan) had its premiere. And Charles Shaughnessy (Shane/Drew) was involved in a new project. Shaughnessy reunited with his former castmates from the 90s sitcom The Nanny for a virtual table read of the pilot episode. Relive a little Salem history as we revisit some of the many baby-swappings that have afflicted the soap’s characters through the years. Plus, you can check out all the latest spoiler videos for stories now unfolding before reading why Christine doesn’t think Brady needs his parents’ approval, was thrilled by the big rescue, and loved the April Fool’s episode in her Days of our Lives column.
We haven’t been seeing her character much in Port Charles, but Paulina Bugembe (Valerie) has been sharing her personal health story online in the midst of the worldwide viral outbreak. Starting last week and continuing through May 22, General Hospital will only be airing new episodes from Monday to Thursday and showing a special encore episode every Friday. The soap opera celebrated 57 years on the air last week, and we asked viewers to cast their vote on their favorite storylines. Let your voice be heard in our General Hospital news room. And Dustin wishes Michael and Willow would get on with the wedding, suspects that Taggert is still alive, thinks Molly should put on the brakes with Brando, and wasn’t happy with Julian’s actions in the new General Hospital column.
The Young and the Restless
It was a week filled with nostalgia as we counted down 10 things to know about Mamie Johnson and revisited Phyllis and Drucilla’s intense and bitter rivalry as well as the captivating striptease that Nikki performed for Victor at the Bayou. Relive it all in our The Young and the Restless news room. Then get an update on the release date set for Mckenna Grace’s (Faith) postponed film Ghostbusters Afterlife. Jennifer Landon’s (ex-Heather) film Stalker in the Attic will premiere on the Lifetime Movie Network this week. While you’re stuck inside, take a peek at Shemar Moore’s (ex-Malcolm) Spanish villa home now that it’s on the market and get the latest on Greg Rikaart’s (Kevin) health condition. Finally, Candace delves into Jack and Jill reconnecting, still feels drawn to Nick and Phyllis, enjoyed Theo’s visit with Dina, and found Victoria finishing with Billy satisfying in her latest The Young and the Restless column.
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