Frankie Faison, recently seen as Destiny Evans' father on One Life to Live, has been cast in a new TV series. According to Deadline, he will star in Banshee, from executive producer Alan Ball. Faison will play Sugar Bates, a retired boxer-turned-barkeep, in the 10-episode Cinemax series. The plot of Banshee centers on the local sheriff of Banshee, PA, whose criminal past comes back to haunt him, when the gangsters he betrayed come calling. Congrats to Faison!
Fasten your seatbelts for a bumpy showdown! Bill Maher paid a visit to the ladies of The View. Co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck is still smarting from a joke the Real Time host made in Feb. At the time Maher cracked Hasselbeck should be sent to Egypt, in exchange for CBS correspondent Lara Logan, who also was sexually assaulted during the Egyptian revolution. Maher made the joke before CBS released a statement, informing the world about Logan's assault.
Hasselbeck let it be known she did not find his joke funny, while Maher tried to explain he wasn't trying to personally attack her. Watch the fireworks between the two after the jump! READ MORE
While Judith Light has reportedly passed on a return engagement at One Life to Live, another famous blonde alum of the sudser says she'd love to reprise her Llanview role. In a recent Access Hollywood interview about the upcoming season of True Blood, Jessica Tuck (Nan) revealed she would "jump" at the chance to play Viki's (Erika Slezak) deceased daughter Megan (the one she had up under the ground) again. Hey, maybe Megan could be a vampire? That would explain how she's alive. (Just kidding) Watch the interview below!