Jeffrey King (Corbin Bleu) was excited by the new Senate ethics investigation into whether Dorian (Robin Strasser) tried to cover up C.I.A. black sites. Viki (Erika Slezak) wasn’t quite as excited. She didn't want Dorian (Robin Strasser) to be collateral damage. Jeffrey said they needed to run with Dorian's quote, because it was the kind of scoop that would help save The Banner in the digital age. Viki warned the ambitious reporter to do his due diligence.
David (Tuc Watkins) told Dorian for the first time in her life she committed the crime of being naïve. When a reporter called and asked when the “holed up” senator was going to do an interview, she took the challenge and scheduled an interview.
The interview was going fairly well until the TV reporter brought up Dorian’s comment about Americans being “a bunch of idiots who can’t be trusted to spell their own names right." Dorian later vowed Viki would pay. READ MORE
David Vickers Buchanan may only be concerned with how to score his next 15 minutes of fame on One Life to Live (returning April 29), but his portrayer is opening up about more familial ambitions. On an upcoming episode of Hallmark Channel's Marie, Tuc Watkins discusses his life as a single, gay dad to twins. TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan got an exclusive clip of the chat. Check it out after the jump!
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
He's b-a-a-a-c-k! One of the most insanely-funny soap characters ever—David Vickers Buchanan—will be front and center when One Life to Live returns April 29. I caught up with Tuc Watkins during a recent visit to the Connecticut set of OLTL, where he dished about the scene-stealing toy boy he plays so well.
What exactly will Watkins' alter ego be up to in fictional Llanview, Pennsylvania? Could David find himself caught in the middle, as his wife, Senator Dorian Lord (Robin Strasser) goes to war with his pal Viki (Erika Slezak)? Not if he's careful!
What made the in demand primetime star of such hits as Desperate Housewives decide to sign up for the online version of OLTL? His answer will warm the heart of every diehard soap fan.
Daytime Confidential: How excited are you to be back at One Life to Live?
Tuc Watkins: I really didn’t think that we were going to have a revival. It’s very exciting, and what surprised me is it’s not very much different. I thought it would be different when we shot it. It’s all very similar. I don’t think that the viewers will bombarded with too much new stuff. They will have the stuff they liked in the past, moving into the future.
Things are starting to take shape casting-wise for Prospect Park's version of One Life To Live. Florencia Lozano, Tuc Watkins, Shenell Edmonds and Josh Kelly have all signed on to continue with the series when it moves to The Online Network. The actors follow Erika Slezak, Kassie DePaiva, Michael Easton, Ted King, Melissa Archer, Kelley Missal, Sean Ringgold, Andrew Trischitta and Jerry VerDorn, who all previously signed up.
That prison cell may have been empty, but One Life to Live will not be David-less for long! Starting March 14 Tuc Watkins returns and another fan favorite pops up with him! When Bo and Rex finally find David he'll be enjoying the tropics with none other than Alex Olanov (Tonja Walker)! According to ABC Soaps In Depth, Alex will only be around for one day while David heads back to Llanview with his Pa and cousin Rex.