While the daytime soap world is in a tizzy over whether or not two gay teens should kiss or not, ABC primetime will end its season with two gay weddings, er civil unions, according to a special primetime soap edition of TV Guide Canada's The Suds Report. Don't expect to see Eric Winter (ex-Rex, Days of Our Lives) coming back to complicate things at Kevin and Scotty's season finale wedding on Brothers and Sisters.
“We’ve done the gay triangle already; it’s time to move on to something else,” Matthew Rhys (Kevin) shared with Nelson Branco at the GLAAD awards.
ABC's other Sunday night powerhouse, Desperate Housewives, will also see Bob and Lee, the gay couple who serves as the bane of Susan's existance, tie the knot during its season ender, which will reportedly flash the show forward five years.
Nelson asked DH headman Marc Cherry about the future of Tuc Watkins (Bob) on the sudser and Cherry confirmed that Watkins will be doing both Housewives and One Life to Live for the foreseeable future. Sounds like a Win/Win for ABC soap fans!
Desperate Housewives Eva Longoria Parker was in Mexico City this weekend for a press conference to promote Holanda’s Magnum Devotion Ice Cream. Yeah, I just bet the former General Hospital and Young and the Restless beauty sits around all day eating a ton of ice cream. Don't you think?
Don't expect to see Nathan Fillion's version of Joey Buchanan coming home to help his daddy and uncle fight for BE anytime soon. The actor, who currently recurs on Desperate Housewives, is currently in negotiations to star in Castle, a "comedic procedural about a famous mystery novelist (Fillion's potential role) who helps the NYPD solve crimes," for ABC next Fall, according to The Hollywood Reporter.