Jesse (Darnell Williams) and Zach (Thorsten Kaye) spent more time super sleuthing, in their search for Cassandra (Saleisha Stowers). Zach told Jesse the sex traders usually shipped the girls out in a matter of days. In light of how quickly All My Children is moving, Jesse and Zach don’t have much time.
Meanwhile, Cassandra was still tied up to the bed. Her captor’s boss arrived and told him she needed to be with the other merchandise. The boss went into her room and apologized for his henchman’s behavior. He unlocked her handcuffs and offered to take care of her — if she’d trust him. He told her to take a pill, which she swallowed.
With a commanding, virile presence, matched by the type of booming, thunderous voice you'd imagine Zeus utilizing on Mount Olympus, Thorsten Kaye could easily come off as intimidating, that is, if he wasn't so good natured. I was able to ask the All My Children star a few, quick questions on the red carpet before the premiere of the rebooted sudser and its sister soap One Life to Live.
With Kendall (Alicia Minshew) and Zach on the outs, what is in store for the casino mogul romantically? How will Minshew's upcoming guest spot as Kendall impact things? How did the actor, who went on to do NBC's Smash following AMC's cancellation on ABC Daytime, react to the news that the soap was coming back? We touched on all of those subjects. I also asked the popular star if his real-life leading lady Susan Haskell will ever reprise her historic role as OLTL's Marty Saybrooke.
Daytime Confidential: How are you feeling?
Thorsten Kaye: I'm feeling good. I think these guys [Prospect Park] did a good job. How are you feeling? What are you looking for?
DC: I'm excited. I'm really excited. I was skeptical at first, but now it's finally happening. I have to ask, what's going to be in store for Zach romantically? READ MORE
Erika Slezak, Vincent Irizarry and Thorsten Kaye Discuss What's to Come With AMC and OLTL Relaunch on The ViewBy Jillian Bowe on April 25, 2013
TOLN soap stars Erika Slezak, Vincent Irizarry and Thorsten Kaye stopped by The View today to chat with the ladies about All My Children and One Life To Live being revived and brought back online April 29. The actors revealed to the audience what they can expect next Monday with the new format.
All My Children stars Cady McClain and Julia Barr (pictured above) joined One Life to Live newcomer Jenni “JWoww” Farley and OLTL dame Erika Slezak (pictured above) at TOLN's launch party for the web premieres of their shows on April 23 in New York City. Fan favorites mixed with the show’s young new additions at the launch party.
All My Children and One Life to Live premiere on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes on April 29. See more photos from the AMC and OLTL launch party after the jump! READ MORE