First Prospect Park makes a deal that could save the ABC soaps by taking them online, now comes news that E! has picked up Dirty Soap, the much-buzzed about reality series about soap starlets! From Executive Producers Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos and Amber Mazzola, the eight-episode series will follow the lives of real life soapers Kelly Monaco (General Hospital), Nadia Bjorlin (Days Of Our Lives), Kirsten Storms (General Hospital), Farah Fath (One Life To Live), JP Lavoisier (One Life To Live), and Galen Gering (Days Of Our Lives).
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Lord in the morning... Lisa (Brianna Brown) finally flips her wig, with help from Anthony (Bruce Weitz), and lives are held in the balance on this week's General Hospital. I guess Lisa never read, He's Just Not That Into You.. Watch the promo after the jump! READ MORE
General Hospital’s Lexi Ainsworth and Bradford Anderson (pictured above) joined their GH costars and fans for a bit of elbow grease at the 2nd Annual The House That General Hospital Fans Built work site on December 4 in Los Angeles. All proceeds from the event, which helped build affordable housing for families in need, went towards funding the house. See more photos from the project after the jump!
This Week in Daytime,
I teared up at As the World Turns’ tribute to Nancy Hughes (Helen Wagner). The episode contained so many wonderful flashbacks. I was in the midst of patting myself on the back for not letting it get to me when they began Nancy’s Thanksgiving prayer and I knew I was a goner. Of course, that touching scene was immediately followed by Katie’s (Terri Colombino) flashbacks of Nancy. I know each ATWT fan has their own fond memories, but there are three reasons I fell in love with ATWT and Oakdale. 1) I discovered ATWT because it was where my beloved Another World characters ended up. 2) I couldn’t get enough of Jack (Michael Park) and Carly’s (Maura West) on again/off again relationship 3). Katie and Simon’s (Paul Leyden) romance–nurtured by Nancy–hooked me. Share your favorite Nancy Hughes moments in the comments. We miss you Helen Wagner.