It's a question we've asked often on the Daytime Confidential iTunes podcast and here on the companion blog. Why are soaps around the world doing so well, yet U.S. soaps have become an endangered species? BBC America blogger Kevin Wicks helps answer that question and many more in a revealing chat with BBC's Controller of Continuing Drama John Yorke. Wicks spoke to Yorke for the mega popular blog Anglophenia. Check out a few snippets of the conversation below: READ MORE
In this documentary the creators of E20 discuss how the project began with the idea of using new talent, not only in front of the camera, but behind-the-scenes. Other items discussed include: the length of a web soap, how the Internet and PDAs have changed content viewing, and many other interesting tidbits.
Follow the jump to see more videos in this "How to" series along with a preview of the finished product. READ MORE
There are whole new worlds opening up on the Internet and the British seem to be taking full advantage of them. Variety.com is reporting that EastEnders will spin off an online soap aimed at the teen market. The 13-part show is named EastEnders: E20, referencing the London zip code in which it will be set. READ MORE
Everyone's favorite pedophile Tony King (Chris Coghill) is returning to EastEnders to terrorize Whitney and Bianca one last time, as the trial of Whitney vs. Tony began filming last week, and will air in November.
Are you glad to see Tony go to court for what he has done? Or do you wish that storyline would have just been dropped?
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Hello everyone, it has been quite awhile since the Brit's invaded Daytime Confidential, but they are back and this time they mean business. We have shocking exits, long awaited returns, a few children being brought into the world and a whole lot more, so get ready because the invasion begins now. READ MORE