And baby makes three for The Bold and the Beautiful’s Linsey Godfrey (Caroline) and her boyfriend, The Young and the Restless star Robert Adamson (Noah). Adamson announced on Facebook, he and Godfrey are expecting a baby. He posted:
Soap viewers are already hip to what the mainstream press is crowing about — daytime dramas are on the upswing! Days of Our Lives recently boasted its biggest audience since Feb. 2011 and is up 12 percent among women 18-49 for the season. READ MORE
Based on the book of short stories of the same name by New York Times best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark, the pilot centers on Sandra “Sunday” O’Brien-Parker (Rachel Blanchard), a well-known attorney/private investigator. Sunday, along with her new husband and partner Henry (Mathison), who happens to be the departing White House Secretary of State and new Gov. of California, investigate her father (Wagner) and mother’s (Janet-Laine Green) kidnapping.
There have been tons of discussions online about whether former General Hospital superstar Steve Burton is being flown in for his current gig on The Young and the Restless. Monday night when Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens tweeted about Burton's alleged perk—amid news Billy Miller was out reportedly due to not being able to reach an agreement with Sony TV on his contractual outs—CBS Daytime's boss Angelica McDaniel denied her network was flying him in on Twitter.
However, in a recent radio interview with former TV brother Sean Kanan, Burton stated repeatedly Sony and Y&R showrunner Jill Farren Phelps did offer to fly him in to do the soap. He also stated he had a "fly-in deal" when Farren Phelps was at General Hospital and that talks at GH had never gotten to the point of flying the actor in before he opted to leave the ABC soap.
Later in the interview, Burton revealed Sony asked what it would take to get him — asking if wanted to be flown in. Even later in the conversation, Burton stated Sony said, "Sure we'll fly you in."
CBS Daytime maintains he isn't being flown in. Burton said during a radio interview he is. What's the real story? Check out an excerpt of Kanan and Burton's conversation on Kanan's Rules below! READ MORE
Vincent Irizarry isn't letting a stall in All My Children's production keep him on the sidelines. Irizarry has landed a guest-starring role on the Showtime hit drama, Homeland.
Irizarry will play Capt. Lonza, a police officer caught up in an investigation involving Carrie (Claire Danes) and Quinn (Rupert Friend). Irizarry's airdate is slated for Nov. 10.
Homeland airs Sundays at 9 PM EST on Showtime.