Oh wow, I think I have a new favorite web series, sorry Imaginary Bitches. No hard feelings Life in General w/Greenville General! Check out AMC: Pratt Falls,a knee-slapping spoof featuring a conversation between Julie Hanan "You Didn't See What You Saw" Carruthers and Chuck Pratthole (TM Pine Valley Podcast). I don't know who grrarrgghh is, but you sir or ma'am are a genius. Can't wait until the next episode!
UPDATE: Check out episode two after the jump.READ MORE
Congratulations to multiple Daytime Confidential guest Eden Riegel! The talented webisodic leading lady just nabbed her first Webby nomination for Best Individual Performance for her groundbreaking role as Eden on You Tube's smash hit Imaginary Bitches. All My Children's oh-so-gifted top scribe Chuck Pratt may not have known how to write for her—she was too young to have appeared on Melrose Place as an "angry lesbian"— but thanks to the Soap God's her hubby Andrew Miller does! The 13th Annual Webby Awards, hosted by SNL's Seth Meyers will be held June 8, 2009 in NYC.
Another week, another opportunity for All My Children's head hack Chuck Pratt to stick his foot firmly in his mouth. When last we left Pratt, he was telling AMC's cast to "watch out" for Jamie Luner, basically laying the cards for another ABC PR nightmare if Luner proves a dismal failure replacing beloved Marcy Walker as Liza. Now, according to TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan, he's blaming Pine Valley's sweetheart Eden Riegel (Bianca), for his lazy, shiftless storytelling for the Rianca storyline.
AMC head writer Chuck Pratt blames the mess on Riegel’s exit for pilot season. “I was led to believe we had her for longer than we really did — suddenly I got word that Eden is leaving now,” he says. Meanwhile, Braun had agreed to a six-month stay, so that left her neurotic, sexually confused character dangling in the wind. READ MORE
In celebration of the first gay wedding on daytime's All My Children in February of 2009, the Bianca & Reese fans have come together, with Eden Riegel and Tamara Braun, to raise money to continue the battle to overturn Proposition 8.
During the month of April, All My Children fans will have the opportunity to bid on Bianca & Reese memorabilia through auctions or by purchasing raffle tickets, allowing fans to give back to the real life struggle in California.
Auctions will run from April 10th to April 24th. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase from April 17 to April 29. Proceeds from these events will be donated to "Invalidate Prop 8" and the fight to legalize gay marriage in California.
Auction items, raffle tickets and all information can be found at
He's baaaaack! The funniest Mo Fo since Woody Allen started dating his wife's children instead of making irreverant flicks, is at it again! From the warped mind of Andrew Miller, comes Eden Elizabeth Ensenada, starring your faves from the Imaginary Bitches series (Eden Riegel, Greg Rikaart, Liz Hendrickson) as well as a few surprise soapy guests like Van Hansis and Melissa Clare Egan and others! READ MORE
What DAYS Needs to Do If It Wants to Stay on Past 2010 Pt. I: The Hortons and Bradys Generation NextBy Jamey Giddens on March 27, 2009
It's no secret Days of Our Lives is my heart. Like Tara to Scarlett, Llanfair to Viki and the Promises Treatment Center in Malibu to Lindsay Lohan, DAYS is home to me, which is why it pains me to find the land of my childhood, fanboy dreams war-ravaged, and overrun with some strange cow wandering about chewing cud.
I wrote last week how the show was actually watchable again, well, watchable won't keep DAYS on the air past 2010. In years past I never worried about whether NBC-U-Later-Soaps would kill Days of Our Lives, because I knew CBS or ABC would readily fight to the death grab up the most buzzed about soap in the last 20 years of daytime television. Thanks to the woeful state of the U.S. economy, coupled with DAYS being written by someone who would make the top brass at AIG shake their heads and go "tsk, tsk, tsk", I no longer have the quiet comfort that Frons or Bloom will pick up DAYS once it's cut by NBC. Hell, Mickey Mouse and Tiffany are having a hard enough times keeping the soaps already on their network lineups afloat, why would they consider bringing DAYS to the table in the shape its in? READ MORE