Sad news, soap fans. TMZ is reporting former Passions, Days of Our Lives and All My Children star Lindsay Hartley has filed for divorce from husband Justin Hartley. According to the site, the actress listed "irreconcilable differences" as the reason she is ending her marriage of eight years.
Daytime has been my bread-and-butter for over nine years now, so it’s a big part of my life.I have the utmost faith in the choices I made and the work that I’m doing. People say that the soap genre is going away, and in my humble opinion I don’t believe it is. I think this is the result of networks doing some penny-pinching and trying to put in cheaper programming. In the long run, they’re going to find that canceling these soaps that have been around for decades is probably not a wise move. It looks good on paper, but the fan bases of these soap operas rival those of primetime shows.
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One of my top five fave interview subjects of all-time just landed a high profile gig. According to EW.com, Eric Martsolf will be playing DC Comics character Booster Gold in an upcoming episode of Smallville!
I can confirm rumors that Days of Our Lives actor Eric Martsolf will be playing Booster Gold, and I hear that they are expected to pick a Blue Beetle any moment now. You might want to keep checking back for updates…
E! Online has the first image of All My Children star Lindsay Hartley from her upcoming appearance on The CW’s Smallville. Unfortunately, it looks as if her character Mad Harriet won’t share a scene with hubby Justin Hartley’s Green Arrow.
The only downside to her guest spot is that longtime fans of Justin and Lindsay won't get that onscreen Passions reunion they're hoping for (we know you're out there!), since she'll only interact with Tom Welling and Cassidy Freeman.
The episode airs November 12.
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The CW announced six early pickups today, renewing Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, 90210, America's Next Top Model, Smallville and Supernatural. This is really good news and is hopefully a sign of good things to come. We will find out the fate of all of our other favorite CW shows in May at the network's upfronts.