Guiding Light and As the World Turns grad Tom Pelphrey signed autographs for fans at the final performance of End of the Rainbow on August 20 at the Belasco Theatre. Pelphrey was “perfectly cast” as Mickey, according to the New York Times. Tracie Bennett played Judy Garland. See more photos from the final performance of End of the Rainbow after the jump! READ MORE
Okay, forgive this momentary lapse of extreme fanboy behavior, but...YEEEEEEEK!TV Guide is reporting one of my all-time favorite soap opera super bitches, Wendy Moniz, is joining the cast of ABC's upcoming supernatural sudser 666 Park Avenue!
Soap fans last saw Moniz playing the ball-breaking mayor on the final season of One Life to Live. For this Guiding Light watcher, however, she will always be the most gleefully hateful (and best) Dinah Marler ever!
According to TV Guide, Moniz will appear on 666 in a multi-episode arc, as a therapist named Ingrid. As if Vanessa Williams and Dave Annable being part of this cast wasn't reason enough for me to watch 666 Park Avenue, now my Dinah Marler, er Wendy Moniz is in it too?! Watch a clip of Moniz as bitch-nasty Dinah, opposite the equally incredible Maeve Kinkead (Vanessa) from Guiding Light, below!
The mystery of who killed Irving Reed (Harlan J Strauss) has everyone on edge during this week’s episode of Empire. As the impact of Reed’s death ripples throughout the Long Island community, everyone is handling their grief in a different way.
Will the new partnership between detective Cane Haven (Ryan Clardy) and photojournalist Jesse Jordan (Josh Davis) uncover something unexpected? Watch Empire’s latest episode “I Don’t Give A” after the jump!
Guiding Light alum Aubrey Dollar (ex-Marina Cooper) has landed a recurring role on ABC’s upcoming supernatural, hotel drama 666 Park Avenue, according to TV Guide. Dollar will portray Annie, “an obituary writer who yearns to be a real journalist” who appears in the fourth episode.
666 Park Avenue, which stars Vanessa Williams and Terry O’Quinn, premieres September 30.
The campiest, kookiest party in soap opera history is under way in the latest episode of Empire. Ponzi schemer Irving Reed (Harlan J. Strauss) has gathered the Havens, Reeds and their various friends and foes for a celebration they won't soon forget, and I can't stop laughing!
Empire truly is delicious, soap spoof fun. Strauss chews so much scenery in this installment, he'd make several former One Life to Live villains bow at his feet. Watch the latest episode of Empire after the jump!