John Stamos’ career continues to explode this year. The General Hospital alum has landed a huge recurring role on USA Network's Necessary Roughness. Per Deadline, Stamos will appear in all 10 episodes of the show’s upcoming third season.
Stamos will play, Connor McClane, founder of a huge global entertainment and sports management conglomerate. McClane is determined to get Dr. Dani (Callie Thorne) to join his company after the success she’s had with the New York Hawks and their star player TK (Mehcad Brooks).
Oprah protégé and former daytime talk show host Nate Berkus has landed a home makeover reality competition on NBC, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 10-episode series will be called Renovation Nation and “feature home builders and designers competing for a cash prize, with voting to determine the final winner and two viewers ultimately awarded dream homes.”
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The Young and the Restless guest star Tony Todd has plenty of nice things to say about the show and the genre, however he isn't too happy about having to pay for his own food! TMZ has a video of Todd, who will be playing Leslie (Angell Conwell) and Tyler's (Redaric Williams) jailbird dad, griping about having to pay for his own meals on the set of the CBS sudser.Watch the clip after the jump! READ MORE
What's going to happen at this year's Nurses Ball on General Hospital? Don't ask Jane Elliot. The scene stealer spoke with AccessHollywood.com to discuss ABC's lone soap's 50th anniversary and what fans can expect. Warning, La Elliot seriously doesn't have much spoiler tea, because Frank Valentini has scoopage on LOCK!
Access: How exciting is the birthday stuff, the storylines and the Nurses’ Ball? What can you tease about that?
Jane: I can’t because it’s so hush-hush. I mean, I know that there [are] probably a dozen surprises of people coming back and I don’t know what they are because Frank [Valentini, ‘GH’s’ executive producer] has coded everybody’s name… If you call the call line, it’s the code name that’s getting called, so you literally don’t know who that person is until you’re standing on stage acting with them. One of the things that I like most about [Frank] is he believes in surprising the audience, he believes in not tipping your hand beforehand because it doesn’t give you a reason to tune back in… Frank does not want people to know what’s going to happen. He wants people to be surprised and there are some fabulous surprises coming. READ MORE