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General Hospital fans have been hearing for weeks that one character is leaving, and it turns out it’s a true story. Hayden is slated to exit the show. Rebecca Budig is not going to stick around much longer, and we don’t know how she will go. She’s pregnant in the show, and she and Finn are having a baby. She’s had a lot of health issues for a while now, and we can’t wait to see what might happen in this role. Is she going to die giving birth to a baby that Finn will have to raise on his
General Hospital: Hayden is Out »
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Is Port Charles big enough for two Jasons?
General Hospital fave Steve Burton — who vacated the role of Jason Morgan in 2012 after a two-decade run — is heading back to the ABC soap, Daytime Confidential reports. Of course, Jason is currently being portrayed by Billy Miller, so it’s not clear if Burton would be playing a new role or replacing his replacement.
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A rep for the sudser declined to confirm Burton’s return.
After leaving Gh five years ago, Burton immediately jumped to rival soap The Young and the Restless. »
The gang is back together. Today, the cast of All My Children joined castmate Susan Lucci for a reunion on Hallmark Channel's Home & Family, TVLine reports.The ABC soap opera began in 1970 and ran until 2011 when it switched over to The Online Network before ending in 2013. The cast includes Lucci, Peter Bergman, Kim Delaney, Lawrence Lau, Rebecca Budig, Eden Riegel, Eva Larue, Kathleen Noone, John Callahan, and Cameron Mathison.Read More… »
We have some great news for fans of the cancelled ABC soap opera, One Life to Live. Hillary B. Smith is reprising her Oltl role of Nora Buchanan (aka Nora Hanen) on General Hospital. Executive producer Frank Valentini announced the news via a Facebook video, featuring Smith and current Gh star Rebecca Budig. Check it out, after the jump.Although we don't know how long Smith's role will last, her casting is the first time Gh has included a Oltl character, in a few years. In fact, Soap Opera Digest says, "Smith’s casting marks the first inclusion of a character from AMC or Oltl on Gh since ABC regained the rights to the shows after its protracted legal battle with Prospect Park. »
General Hospital boss Frank Valentini dropped a fun bombshell on Tuesday night, revealing in a video posted to twitter that two-time Daytime Emmy winner Hillary B. Smith will be appearing on ABC’s sole surviving sudser — and as her One Life to Live character, legal eagle Nora Buchanan.
The video is capped by a fun little wink from Rebecca Budig, who currently plays Gh‘s Hayden but who “back in the day” used to work down the street from Smith, when she was All My Children‘s Greenlee.
Lucifer is setting its sights on the Man Upstairs.
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Susan Lucci is saying hello to Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family!
People can exclusively reveal that the All My Children star will join the network as a guest co-host for one full week.
Beginning Jan. 30, Lucci, 70, will participate in every aspect of the daily morning program, including cooking, playing games and sharing personal stories with viewers. Lucci — who played Erica Kane on the ABC soap from 1970-2011 — will also be joined by her husband, Helmut Huber, and two children: her son, Andreas, and daughter, Liza.
“I’m looking forward to learning new things about interior design and color. I’ve »
7 items from 2017
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