Soap Opera Actors In The Bay: The Series. (UPDATED!)
Soaps.com wishes everyone involved much success! Speaking of web series, have you heard about the Venice The Series Fan Gathering?
There’s a new web series coming this fall…
Updated on September 15:
Have you seen the latest installment of “The Bay’s Confessions” series? Watch Part Six: The Bay: Confessions Of The Garretts Video Promo now to learn Sara’s deepest secrets!
Previously Reported on September 1:
Great news fans! “The Bay” will first premiere online on September 15! Some of you may even be able to catch the new series on TV. Find out more on that through Lany Films Announces The Bay Television Broadcasts!
Previously Reported on July 26:
Matthew Ashford (ex-Jack Deveraux, Days of Our Lives’) will be playing Sara’s (Mary Beth Evans) imprisoned rapist named Steve Jensen who is the father of Sara’s son, Brian Nelson.
Previously Reported on July 14:
As the World Turns’ Marie Wilson (Meg Snyder) has just joined the web series and will play Isabella Ahmed.
Previously Reported on July 8:
Charles Shaughnessy (Days of Our Lives’ Shane) has been cast to appear in the second chapter of the series as Captain Issa Ahmed.
Previously Reported on June 17:
Former As the World Turns actor Real Andrews (ex-Dr. Walker Daniels) will join the show this fall as Dr. Kieth.
Previously Reported on June 3:
Beginning Saturday June 5, many soap opera actors will be arriving in Hollywood, California to begin shooting the new web series “The Bay: The Series.”
Actors set to take part will include As the World Turns’ Mary Beth Evans (Sierra Esteban Drake, Days ex-Kayla Johnson) and Dylan Bruce (ex-Chris Hughes), Days of Our Lives’ Martha Madison (ex-Belle Black), John Callahan (Dr. Baker) and Sandra Dee Robinson (ex-Dr. Charlotte Taylor), General Hospital’s Tristan Rogers (ex-Robert Scorpio) and Lilly Melgar (ex-Lily Rivera Corinthos) and One Life to Live’s Ilene Kristen (Roxy Balsom), with more stars to be added.
Presented by Lany Films the series will follow Sara Garrett (played by Evans) and the people surrounding her. It’s promised to be filled with sex, lies, scandal and everything that made 80’s soap operas, such as “Dynasty,” captivating. Stay tuned to The Bay: The Series for more details.