Bold and Beautiful
The Hollywood Reporter has unveiled a list of the industry's top art collectors and soap industry staples Bill and Maria Arena Bell made the cut. Here's what the magazine's website had to say about the ex-The Young and the Restless showrunner and the Bell Dramatic Serial Company president's pieces:
The Northwestern art history major got her start collecting modestly priced George Hurrell photos. These days, her husband, Bill, goes deep on icons -- Marcel Duchamp, Jeff Koons -- while she champions the idiosyncratic, from Francesco Vezzoli to Mark Ryden.
Editor's Note: We originally published a version of this list in 2009. Happy Halloween!
No. 10: Mitch Laurence and Allison Perkins—One Life to Live
It does't get much more frightening than Mitch Laurence (Roscoe Born), the twisted ex-boyfriend of Tina Lord (Andrea Evans) whose first reign of terror in Llanview started way back in 1985. Following a stint in prison for murder, Mitch transformed himself into a religious cult leader finding a devoted worshipper/willing accomplice in bat shit crazy Allison Perkins (Barbara Garrick).
Rape, murder, kidnapping, you name it, Mitch Laurence and Allison Perkins have done it all, mostly to Viki Lord (Erika Slezak) and her twin daughters Jessica (Bree Williamson) and Natalie (Melissa Archer). Horrifying Mention: Victor Lord.
Katie Logan Spencer (Heather Tom) finds out her niece Hope (Kim Matula) has her back today on The Bold and the Beautiful. Brooke's (Katherine Kelly Lang) daughter encourages her aunt to forget about Bill (Don Diamont). Can Katie let her husband go? Watch a sneak peek after the jump! READ MORE
What do you do when you want to escape all the prying eyes and judgmental looks from people in L.A., who may have a bit of problem with you shacking up with your wife's sister? Why you whisk your lover off to a luxurious mountain getaway, that's what!
Today on The Bold and the Beautiful, Bill (Don Diamont) and Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) are on a plane headed for a sexy adventure. Watch a sneak peek after the jump! READ MORE
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) has announced the addition of two new categories for next year's 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The new categories are Entertainment News and Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series. The Entertainment News category covers such shows as Extra and Entertainment Tonight. The Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series will be for shows that produced less than 35 episodes during 2013, such as DeVanity, Venice or the upcoming Tainted Dreams.
Read the entire press release after the jump! READ MORE