All My Children
There's gonna be a whole lotta sexy on the next episode of Michelle Stafford's hit web series! All My Children hunk Thorsten Kaye is guest starring in the Oct. 14 installment of The Stafford Project. Web TV's Zach Slater spoke with veteran journalist Carolyn Hinsey about the gig. Here's a snippet:
Carolyn: What is the premise of your episode?
Thorsten: I play this French guy who is a little off – like most French people – but this guy is moreso. Michelle is having dinner with him and her producer comes over and says the guy is wanted for the disappearance of his girlfriend. READ MORE
How's this for six degrees of soap-eration? Deadline is reporting All My Children alums Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos are producing a new "mom comedy" from General Hospital: Night Shift scribe Sri Rao. Here's a description of the project from Deadline:
[The project] centers on a free-spirited single mom who’s raising two kids in Brooklyn and running a small design company with three of her best friends. Things take a turn when her conservative 16-year-old son starts interning at her company, intent on transforming the family business into a global empire. READ MORE
On today's Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jamey Giddens, Jillian Bowe and Melodie Aikels dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines, including:
The Bold and the Beautiful casts Thorne's daughter, Alexandria Forrester. Everyone goes gaga over the Hope For the Future Diamond.
JJ learns the truth about Jack on Days of Our Lives. Sami finds out what EJ sacrificed to stop her trial and get her out of jail.
Robin and Robert Scorpio return to General Hospital. Lante finally learns the truth about Spixie's baby. Is Ava falling for Morgan?
Delia will make an eye-popping sacrifice on The Young and the Restless. The DC gang is surprised it took Jill Farren Phelps this long to scratch her kill-happy itch. Fen is a suspect in Carmine's death. Chelsea writes Dyldumb love letters. READ MORE
Prolific actor John O'Hurley isn't one of those thespians who's ashamed to talk about his soapy past, or the friendships he made while bubbling up! In a new interview with the Miami Herald—promoting his turn in a local production of Chicago—the multi-soap alum recalls how he met his best friend and fellow Seinfeld alum, Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, on the set of ABC Daytime's Loving. Here's an excerpt:
Do you keep in touch with anyone from the old “Seinfeld” gang?
Well, Bryan Cranston [who played dentist Tim Whatley] has been my best friend since 1983. We met on the soap opera Loving. We were married to the same woman on the show. He’s been my best man twice. I told him never again! We’re going away with our wives once we have a little breather. We travel a lot together. We even bought a couple of vacation properties together.