On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast soap opera icon Genie Francis visits The Jolt With Larry Flick. Franics talks about her return to General Hospital and the soap’s upcoming 50th Anniversary celebration. The Jolt graciously shared the interview with Daytime Confidential for our listeners to enjoy.
During the interview Francis reflects on the role that made her soap opera royalty. She reveals her favorite storylines and talks about General Hospital’s rejuvenation under Frank Valentini and Ron Carlivati.
Francis also reflects on her time as Genevieve on The Young and the Restless.
If you love Francis, General Hospital and their storied history, this is an interview you won't want to miss.
General Hospital’s 50th anniversary is around the corner and ABC's last remaining soap isn’t holding back! Some fan favorites are already back and at the end of Monday's episode Genie Francis returned to her iconic role of iconic Laura Spencer. Watch this week’s GH promo after the jump!
The New Normal guest star John Stamos recently visited the set of General Hospital and tweeted Instagram photos of himself with Kin Shriner (Scott). The former Blackie Parrish also tweeted a photo of himself with Genie Francis. About Shriner he wrote,
visiting my buddy kin shriner (scotty baldwin) at my old stomping grounds -GH.
It’s the month General Hospital fans have been waiting for. This week Jack Wagner returns to Port Charles as Frisco Jones and he wants Felicia (Kristina Wagner) back!
Frisco isn’t the only one returning to his old stomping grounds in February;, Laura (Genie Francis) is back too! Watch this week’s GH promo below! READ MORE
What exactly has General Hospital's Laura Spencer (Genie Francis) been up to in Europe for the past five years? Showrunner Frank Valentini spoke with Access Hollywood at ABC’s TCA after party, where he offered up the skinny. Valentini stated:
“She’s coming back because Port Charles is her home and there were reasons why she was away,” he told AccessHollywood.com at ABC’s bash last Thursday, following the Television Critics Association Winter Session 2013. “I think it’ll be exciting for the audience to discover what those reasons are and to sort of stay with a little bit of the mystery of Laura’s return.”