For those who watched Friday's episode of Days of our Lives, you know that the iconic love story of Bo (Peter Reckell) and Hope (Kristian Alfonso) came to a tragic end. But it afforded an opportunity for fans of the supercouple to get much needed closure, something they were not able to
First, Adam was taken to prison as fast as Christine could get a broomstick in the air; second, baby Christian was taken and presumed dead; third, the company computer was taken over, which left the Newman corporation on life support. Hilary discovered a doctor who made house call while Cane blamed Joe for framing him. Listen up, y'all, as Boone tells all in this week's Two Scoops!
I just read Shonda Rhimes’ new memoir for a book review (to post on Monday). In it, I learned several things, some of which I could have guessed. One: She loves politics. Watching CSPAN for her is like watching her favorite soap. Two: She also loves red wine at the end of the day, along with buttere
Everyone has witnessed the seeming decimination of a major LGBT storyline and plot points between, Sonny (Freddie Smith), Will (originally Chandler Massey, and last played by Guy Wilson) and Paul (Christopher Sean) on NBC's Days of our Lives. Prior to the show turning 50, and airing th
Well lookie here, y’all, Tommy boy has the hots for Ivy, Mayaron is slobbering all over his/herself wanting Nicole’s child and CaroWhine is desperately wanting some peace. Lots of lust in LA, baby.
The worst ‘lusting’ of all is quite clearly the writers desperate to keep the ratings as high as they were when they brought JackieM back as ‘Steffy’. They’re starting to take a nosedive again and we all know it’s due to the horrible pairing of Caroline/Ridge with a mix-in of Thomas combined with MayaMonster rubbing her hands together in greed screeching “MY PREEEECCiiouuuussss”over Nicole’s womb. Since there has been practically no change in the circumstances or any real story movement since last week except for Thomas overhearing the obvious and Nicole getting the “You’re now an incubator for your own child/niece/nephew” news, I thought I’d take a few minutes to chew the fat about the current eye-rolling speed Brad’s taking at the moment.
When you're hot, you're hot! The Young and the Restless Justin Hartley (Adam Newman) who has turned in one riveting performance after another on the number one soap opera, just landed a key role in an upcoming drama pilot for NBC that sounds quite intriguing. According to Deadline,
Steamy threesomes, power plays, Russian roulette — welcome to one 'Boom Boom Boom Boom' episode
When it comes to Lucious Lyon, there's no separating the man and his music. The character plays like a parody of pretentious, tempestuous artistes — people who use every triumph and tragedy as fuel for their work and their bad behavior. No wonder stepping into his mind is like watching a Behind the Music episode. In a series of dramatic flashbacks, we discover the shocking origin of the gunshot sound effects that drive the mogul's tailor-made collaboration with young upstart Freeda Gatz: That's the noise his bipolar mother would make while playing Russian roulette. This raises two major questions. First, given Lucious's erratic behavior, is he beginning to suffer from the manic mood swings that plagued both his mom and his son Andre? Second, if that's the secret behind "Boom Boom Boom Boom," is there a similarly shocking truth behind Hakeem's "Drip Drop"?
The catfishing storyline on Prospect Park's reboot of One Life to Live may have been albeit a bit confusing, but the actress at the epicenter of the storyline, Amber Skye Noyes (Ex-Michelle), has certainly been making a name for herself since the online revival fizzled. First, Noyes was
Former daytime soap opera star Nathaniel Marston died on Wednesday, November 11 at age 40. The One Life to Live and As the World Turns actor was critically injured in a car crash on October 31.
Martson starred as Eddie Silva on As the World Turns from 1998 to 2000, and earned a Soap Opera Digest Award nomination as Outstanding Male Newcomer. He then played Al Holden and, later, Michael McBain on One Life to Live from 2001 to 2007, earning a second nomination.
Former One Life to Live star Nathaniel Martston is still in very critical condition after the latest updates from his mother Elizabeth Jackson, following his horrific car accident on Halloween weekend. Marston played Al Holden and Michael McBain on the now defunct ABC soap opera. The last u
She hasn't convinced a judge that not being rehired on 'Young and the Restless' amounts to retaliation.
Although CBS Corp. and Sony Pictures couldn't quite put an end to former Young and the Restless star Victoria Rowell's lawsuit for refusing to revive her role as Drucilla Barber Winters, the entertainment companies did get a judge on Tuesday to dismiss her claims for now.
Rowell is attempting to sue for retaliation. She alleges her advocacy to increase the presence of African-Americans both in front of and behind the camera in soap operas has resulted in not being invited back on either Y&R or The Bold and the Beautiful despite fan support. In response, the defendants argued that she couldn't sue for retaliation because she doesn't even allege she applied for any position.
We laughed and cried (okay, mostly cried) as we said goodbye to our leather-jacket wearing hero. What will Salem do now that Bo isn't around? What will become of Hope? And how will his death affect the Brady family? Let's all raise a bottle of beer to Bo in this week's Two Scoops.
Liz and Sam embarked on a desperate odyssey to rescue their true love Jason from Cassadine Island, but Helena was determined to hold everyone's fate in her hands when she cursed Sam and taunted Liz with the truth. Meanwhile, Valerie remained a thorn in Lulu's side, and Franco tried to protect Kiki from a felony charge, unaware that the real danger was a reckless Morgan. It's time to serve up some delicious soapy goodness in this week's Two Scoops.
The rain was falling, falling in Los Angeles, and a few residents stepped into relationship-changing puddles. One couple took the engagement plunge, and two people blamed it on the rain when they hopped into the not-so-familial gene pool together. Which pair will be singing in the rain and which winds up soaked with mud on their faces? Thomas and Ivy give new meaning to the phrase “kissing cousins” this week on the Bold and the Beautiful!
Very popular female soap stars in front of the camera, who are also going behind the camera and directing episodes of the soap they work on, another daytime drama, or outside projects is always rewarding to see for fans of the genre. Former B&B icon Susan Flannery (Ex-Stephanie) directed
The annual "Day of Days" event was held on Saturday, November 14 at Universal Citywalk. Mandy Lynn Denaux covered the event for Serial Scoop and chatted with the cast of Days of our Lives about the 50th anniversary of the iconic soap opera, and much more. Josh Taylor–who plays Roman Brady–shared his thoughts on how he has been impacted by the recent behind the scenes changes at the show, which character he would like to be if he wasn't playing Roman, and what it has been like for him to be a part of this historic anniversary celebration.
For those who ever wonder why Maurice Benard has endured as General Hospital's central character, look no further than his performance during Wednesday's episode of the daytime drama series. It's been over a year that fans have waited for Sonny to know that his beloved enforcer
The actress has been granted leave to amend her suit in ongoing battle
Sony Pictures Television and CBS have won their bid to dismiss Victoria Rowell’s lawsuit against them after her allegations that she was systematically discriminated against during her time on “Young and the Restless.”
In documents obtained by TheWrap Wednesday, California District Judge John A. Kronstadt dismissed six causes of action against Sony with leave to amend.
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