General Hospital's 50th Anniversary celebration continues at full speed! Photos have been released for ABC's 20/20 special General Hospital - The Real Soap Dish.
Journalist and talk show host Katie Couric visited Port Charles for the special, which will feature interviews with a number of GH's stars and executive producer Frank Valentini. The 20/20 special airs on April 6. Check out more photos after the jump!
I couldn't help listening to Hank Williams Jr.'s Monday Night Football song "Are You Ready For Some Football?" as I wrote this blog post. Are you ready for some Nurses Ball?
Tracy (Jane Elliot), Epiphany (Sonya Eddy) and Monica (Leslie Charleson) sure look ready to bust a move. Check out more photos from the beloved event's return below! READ MORE
Sonya Eddy is one hard working woman! The General Hospital actress has landed a guest spot on Mike & Molly. The actress announced on Facebook:
Mike & Molly airs Mondays at 9:30 pm EST on CBS.
We’ll be seeing less of Sonya Eddy’s Epiphany Johnson. The General Hospital actress addressed contract rumors via Twitter.
This is for my Twitter folks... there's a rumor out there that I'm off GH. It's true to a pt. I'm recurring now, so we shall see.
She commented further on Facebook.
So, the question has been asked. Here's the answer.... It is true, I have been taken off contract at GH. And so it goes.... READ MORE
Dear Ms. Phelps,
I present to you the new opening for As the World Turns that debuted on Monday, June 23rd. ATWT's executive producer Chris Goutman might not be producing the best show (an understatement), but he does know how to update his show's opening credits every year or two. Not all of ATWT's openings have been great, but they represent an attempt to keep current.
Now I know what you might be saying, something along the lines of "We have the daytime equivalent of the budget of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and can do much bigger, better and flashier than that! And we can include the cast, too! Hell, our credits run for 11 minutes, not 9 seconds!"
Ms. Phelps, it goes without saying that of course you do and of course you can (and of course it does), which is the point. If anything you certaintly have the flashier part right: GH's current opening has more epilepsy inducing lens flares than J.J. Abrams' Star Trek. READ MORE