How far would you go to save your child? NBC's Crisis is about to explore just such a topic.
The Peacock Network has released a clip of the midseason drama, which features As The World Turns and General Hospital veteran Martha Byrne. Crisis centers on the children of Washington D.C.'s power players, who are taken hostage during a school trip. Take a look at Byrne playing Marie Wirth, a mother pushed to brink, after the jump! READ MORE
Soap alum Martha Byrne has landed herself a primetime role. The As The World Turns star tweeted she has signed on to NBC’s upcoming Dermot Mulroney and Gillian Anderson crime drama Crisis. Byrne tweeted:
Crisis centers on students at an elite Washington, D.C.—including the President's son—who become victims of a kidnapping. So far, no word on Byrne's role. Check out a little taste of what's to come on the freshman series after the jump! READ MORE
It's always nice to see an independent soap get mainstream coverage and here's a fine example. PBS' All Things Considered visited the set of the Washington D.C. based Anacostia and featured the visit in a segment.
Anacostia famously featured As the World Turns icon Martha Byrne in the role of a bad ass madam. Listen to the All Things Considered's segment after the jump and rewatch the full season of Anacostia on You Tube. READ MORE
Long before any big money suits realized soaps had the potential to take the web by storm, pioneers like Martha Byrne figured out diehard suds lovers would follow the format online; which is why we are absolutely thrilled to learn the As The World Turns and General Hospital alum's Emmy-nominated fashion drama Gotham is coming back with new original episodes for TV and digital media! READ MORE
One Life to Live’s Florencia Lozano and As the World Turns’ Martha Byrne were among the soap stars who helped celebrate the Fourth Annual Indie Soap Awards on February 19 in New York City. See more photos of ATWT, Guiding Light, Days of Our Lives and OLTL favorites, and the cast of DeVanity, after the jump. READ MORE
Ragged Isle and Pretty came out as top webisoaps, with both snagging three wins respectively at the 3rd Annual Indie Soap Awards, hosted by We Love Soaps last night. The awards featured performances by As The World Turns' Colleen Zenk and featured clips of some of your favorite web series and more.
Ragged Isle won the Best Indie Soap Award (Drama), while Pretty claimed the Best Indie Soap Award (Comedy). Bitch-tastic series, Anacostia scooped up two awards for Best Writing (Drama) and Best Guest Appearance (Drama) for ATWT alum Martha Byrne's ball-busting turn as a madam on the serial. Check out the full list of winners after the jump! READ MORE