David Vickers Buchanan may only be concerned with how to score his next 15 minutes of fame on One Life to Live (returning April 29), but his portrayer is opening up about more familial ambitions. On an upcoming episode of Hallmark Channel's Marie, Tuc Watkins discusses his life as a single, gay dad to twins. TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan got an exclusive clip of the chat. Check it out after the jump!
The Young and the Restless favorite Michael Damian and wife Janeen Best were among the celebrities who attended the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel’s 2013 Winter TCA event in San Marino, California on January 4. The Bold and the Beautiful grad Dylan Neal (ex-Dylan Shaw), country singer Naomi Judd and Beverly Hills, 90210 alum Luke Perry also walked the purple carpet. See more photos after the jump! READ MORE
If you’ve been missing Darin Brooks since he was last seen on Days of Our Lives or Blue Mountain State, you’ll want to check him out opposite All My Children grad Natalie Hall in the upcoming Hallmark movie The Seven Year Hitch.
Brooks plays Kevin, the best friend and roommate of Jennifer (Hall), who tells him to move out once she gets engaged. When Kevin spots Jenn's fiancé (Ryan Doom) with another woman things get interesting! Watch the trailer for The Seven Year Hitch below. READ MORE
EXCLUSIVE: Exiting DAYS Starlet Molly Burnett Talks Booking Gigs For MTV, Hallmark and Starring in Improvised Soap 'Scandal Crest'By Jamey Giddens on September 12, 2012
Take heart, soap lovers already mourning the loss of Molly Burnett from the suds. The soon-to-be exiting Days of Our Lives actress has already found a new soapy gig. She'll be co-starring in ACME Comedy's upcoming improvised, online soap opera Scandal Crest.
I caught up with Burnett to get all the deets on Scandal Crest, which will reunite her with former DAYS co-stars Freddie Smith and Eric Martsolf. I also found out what else the talented young actress has been up to since leaving DAYS, including booking a guest star spot on MTV's upcoming Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous and a new Hallmark movie!
Daytime Confidential: You're on your way to becoming for webisoaps what Jamie Lee Curtis was for horror flicks — the go-to girl! First you did Empire, then Venice, now you're doing Scandal Crest for ACME. What do you like about doing these kinds of projects?
Molly Burnett: Acting is my first love. I just like to work. I am very privileged to have been given the opportunity to participate in these great projects. There is a lot of freedom with web series, and the people that are running them, along with the casts, are such a pleasure to work with.
DC: After starring on Days of Our Lives for four seasons, you're an old pro at mastering tons of dialogue and blocking, but Scandal Crest will be an improvised soap opera. How on earth will that work, and are you nervous?
MB: Improv is such a temperamental thing. It's really easy to take something too far and lose the humor. Am I nervous? Sure, but it is reassuring knowing the talent I'll be surrounded by. READ MORE