Worried the filming of another The Note movie for Hallmark Channel will keep Genie Francis away from The Young and the Restless for too long? Never fear, Soaps in Depth has this assurance from a Y&R spokesperson,
“the actress not only will be back, but there's some major storylines coming up as Genevieve becomes even more woven into the fabric of Genoa City.”
I wonder what Genevieve will do next?
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Fear not Sam fans, the magazine states the actress traveled between L.A. and Vancouver to work on both GH and the movie.
She may be an iconic homemaking maven, who puts Desperate Housewives’ Bree Van de Kamp (Marcia Cross) to shame, but when Martha Stewart’s new Hallmark Channel show gets taken to the woodshed and spanked in the ratings by Little House on the Prairie and Golden Girls reruns you know there is a problem.
According to The Live Feed, the 10 a.m. airing of The Martha Stewart Show on the Hallmark Channel dropped 61 percent from Golden Girls reruns during the same time a year ago and the 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. re-airings dropped 67 and 71 percent from Little House on the Prairie reruns a year ago. Even worse, the Hallmark Channel’s 25-54 target female audience was down significantly.
In Dad's Home, premiering Saturday, June 19 on Hallmark Channel, Young and Restless star Sharon Case and former JAG leading man David James Elliot play love interests Hope Jensen and Ben Westman.
Ben Westman is shocked when he loses his job as an advertising executive because he makes too much money. Now in the role of Mr. Mom, he makes a mess of everything, but soon gets the hang of things and even finds a supporter in his son's teacher. However, when he's offered a great job in another city, Ben must decide what matters most in life.
Dad’s Home premieres Saturday June 19 at 9 EST. Watch the behind-the-scenes clip after the jump. READ MORE
An airdate has been set for Hallmark Channel's Freshman Father, starring Designing Women alum Annie Potts and Guiding Light's Kim Zimmer. The much-talked about— among soapers at least— flick will air June 5. Check out the synopsis below.
John Patton (Seeley), the small town high school prom king, star quarterback and class valedictorian is all set to start Harvard in the fall when his steady girlfriend, Kathy (Britt Irvin, "The Assistants"), tells him she is pregnant. The couple makes the difficult decision to marry, and Kathy agrees to follow John to school. Then, when the compromises and responsibilities of young parenthood wear on her, Kathy leaves her son, Adam, and John behind to return to her small town.
Struggling now with his classes, a new job and taking care of his son by himself, John wonders how he will do it all. His luck improves a bit when he finds an apartment and his new manager, Dorothy (Potts), becomes his surrogate mom. But then John realizes he's failed a calculus exam after an all-nighter taking care of Adam and he decides to throw in the towel and start packing for home. It's only when an unlikely mentor appears – the hard-nosed Dean Frost (Zimmer) – that John gets a second chance and the support he needs to continue his dream.