Get ready to see some familiar faces return to daytime, er, "anytime" this summer. The Online Network announced former Guiding Light star Ron Raines, along with As The World Turns’ Paolo Seganti and Marnie Schulenburg are joining One Life to Live.
Raines will play Carl Peterson, an enigmatic financial benefactor to Jeffrey (Corbin Bleu). Seganti will slip into the role of Arturo Bandini, a rich patron of the arts. Schulenberg has signed on to play Jo Sullivan, a producer of David’s (Tuc Watkins) new reality series. READ MORE
HBO redefined how America looks at single women in New York with Sex and the City and Girls. Will it be able to do the same with Frisco gays? The cabler has announced the pick-up of an untiled, eight-episode dramedy about gay men in San Francisco.
If Hulu, Netflix, Amazon and DirecTV can all dive into original scripted programming, why not XBox? TVLine's Michael Ausiello is hearing MSN is in talks to reboot superhero sudser Heroes for its gaming console.
Details remain sketchy, but sources confirm that MSN is interested in relaunching the once red-hot NBC Universal franchise with new stories and heroes, while mixing in cameos from the original series’ cast (schedules and interest permitting). The talks are said to be in the preliminary stages. READ MORE
One of the most talented stars ever to grace daytime television is on her way to Port Charles, New York, according to several sources. We're hearing As The World Turns and The Young and the Restless alum Maura West is joining the cast of ABC Daytime's General Hospital in a top secret role. Keep checking back with Daytime Confidential as this casting bombshell develops!
More familiar faces are being tapped for the new All My Children. Guiding Light alum Paula Garces will play the character of Lea Marquez on the sudser. Lea is described as "a smart, savvy, beautiful woman who's devoted her life to a career of fighting crime and bringing down the bad guys." READ MORE