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The veteran soap opera "As the World Turns" aired its final episode Friday, after being on the air 54 years.
The last installment saw most of the Oakdale, Ill denizens finding closure and happiness. Doctor Bob Hughes (Don Hastings) retired from the hospital; Barbara (Colleen Zenk) dissolved her partnership with Paul (Roger Howarth); Casey (Billy Magnussen) left for law school; Chris (Daniel Cosgrove) proposed to Katie (Terri Colombino); Lucinda (Elizabeth Hubbard) and John (Larry Bryggman) got »
After 54 years on the air and 13,858 episodes, As the World Turns has ended.
The last installment aired this afternoon and was filled with closure. Doctor Bob Hughes (Don Hastings) retired from the hospital , Barbara (Colleen Zenk) dissolved her partnership with Paul (Roger Howarth), Casey (Billy Magnussen) left for law school, Chris (Daniel Cosgrove) proposed to Katie (Terri Colombino), Lucinda (Elizabeth Hubbard) and John (Larry Bryggman) got back together, and Janet (Julie Pinson) asked Jack (Michael Park) to be Lorenzo’s godfather.
It seemed like everyone's storyline was wrapped up in some way, except for Luke (Van Hansis). As fans are well aware, he lost Reid (Eric Sheffer Stevens) last week and yesterday, said goodbye to Noah (Jake Silbermann). The closest he got was to be able to use Reid's stethoscope to listen to Reid's heart, now pumping in Chris' body. »
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After 10 seasons on the small screen, fans of Fox's primetime soap "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990-2000) can relive the magic without guilt. After all, the date is 9/02/10.
"Chuck" executive producer Josh Schwartz tweeted a fan-made video of a "Gossip Girl" opening to "Beverly Hills, 90210's" iconic 1990s theme. Star Jennie Garth, who was a regular for the entire 10-season run said via Twitter, "Love to the original cast and crew. And the new kids too."
Logo from Season 1 The original hourlong drama introduced us to a slew of stars (and two-time Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank) both past and future, and a decade after the show ended its run, several castmembers went on to other projects. But would they be able to sustain success in their post-"90210" careers?
The biggest surprise -- and possible discovery -- was Swank's 16-episode arc as Steve Sanders' (Ian Ziering) girlfriend Carly Reynolds in the ninth season. »
- By Philiana Ng and Lesley Goldberg
Some lucky people are getting out of town for Memorial Day 2010. But some of us are staying at home. Luckily, all your favorite channels are doing mega marathons of all your favorite shows.
Zap2it is the one-stop shop for all your Memorial Day programming. From delightfully bad reality TV like "Real Housewives" and "Jersey Shore" to the quirky 1990s dramedy "Twin Peaks" to the serious TCM salute to war movies, there's something for everyone on TV this weekend. All times Eastern, but check your local listings for times and channel numbers.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
A&E (11 a.m. - 6 p.m.): Flip This House
Animal Planet (1 p.m. - 7 p.m.): River Monsters
BBC America (8 p.m. - 8 a.m.): Doctor Who
Bet (10 a.m. - 7 p.m.): Everybody Hates Chris
Biography (8 p.m. - 3 a.m.): Celebrity Ghost Stories
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Earlier this week, we learned that Daniel Cosgrove has been dropped from a guest starring role on Brothers & Sisters' upcoming flashback episode due to scheduling conflicts.
That's not all. Here are some plot details from the April 11 flashback episode ...
Hour one of the two hour special is shooting now and wraps on Monday, February 22. It takes place back in 1986 (interspersed with the present day). The Walker kids - Sarah, Tommy, Kitty and Kevin - are mostly teenagers or close to it, but Justin, the youngest, is only four years old at the time. Hour two starts shooting on Tuesday, February 23, but the script has yet to be finished! It takes place in »
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It looks like the upcoming Brothers and Sisters flashback episode is causing a bit of a problem for the casting directors. First, we witnessed Joe Jonas back out of his role as Tommy Walker. While that spot was filled, we have another report regarding replacements.
Earlier, it was announced that Beverly Hills, 90210 star Daniel Cosgrove bagged the role of a young William Walker on the big TV event. Unfortunately, he won't be doing so anymore. E! Online proclaimed another switch in the cast, saying that his part will now be played by Melrose Place's Colin Egglesfield.
News surrounding the "Brothers & Sisters" flashback episode on Sun., April 11 is at a fever pitch!
Last night, we reported that "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Daniel Cosgrove has been dropped due to scheduling conflicts. Stepping into young William Walker's shoes is "Melrose Place" hunk Colin Egglesfield.
But that's not all we know. Here are some exclusive details:
Hour one of the two hour special is shooting now and wraps on Mon. Feb. 22. It takes place in 1986 (interspersed with the present). The Walker kids are mostly teenagers, but Justin, the youngest, is only four-years-old. Awww.
Hour two starts shooting on Tue. Feb. 23, but the script has yet to be finished! It takes place in 1973 (again mixed with scenes from the present). Contrary to other reports, »
As previously reported, the former actor was slated to appear on a future Brothers & Sisters flashback episode, taking on the role of a young William Walker.
But sources tell E! News that the soap opera star has been replaced by Egglesfield, whose run on Melrose Place is about to come to an end.
Airing this spring, the special, two-part episode will take viewers back to 1973 and 1986. We'll meet a number of main characters in their youth, each played by different, younger actors than usual. Confirmed so far:
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We last saw Egglesfield as Auggie in The CW's "Melrose Place" reboot. The bartender, who struggled with his demons as a recovering alcoholic, shared a past with Sydney Andrews. After she was found dead, Egglesfield's character was accused of her murder and he made himself scarce.
As Zap2it's Korbi TV reported, Egglesfield's untimely departure from "Melrose Place" created a stir among its fans and we started a watch for where the handsome star would land next.
Now, it seems he has jumped networks to ABC and "Brothers & Sisters." If the news is true, we're sad to see Cosgrove go. »
"Brothers & Sisters" is really ramping up its castings for the two hour flashback episode airing on Sun., April 11 at 9pm on ABC.
We knew that William Walker, the man who is pretty much behind most of the present drama on the show, would have to be a particularly special casting. He'd have to be dashing enough to grab Nora's heart and pick up a few extras along the way like Holly and Ryan's mother.
We can now say, bravo, ABC.
Cosgrove is best known for his role on "Beverly Hills, 90210" and his off-again-on-again relationship with Jennie Garth's Kelly Taylor. He also had quite a stint on "Guiding Light" as Bill Lewis. He has guest starred on other ABC Shows, "The Forgotten" and "Dirty Sexy Money," as well as CBS' "The Good Wife. »
After several announcements regarding the identities of the Walkers' younger versions and the whole Joe Jonas fiasco, there's more news coming from the Brothers and Sisters set. According to sources, the earlier incarnation of the family patriarch will be portrayed by Daniel Cosgrove.
E! Online has confirmed that the Beverly Hills, 90210 star has signed on for the role on the ABC drama. We don't exactly know the specifics of his storyline, but he will be filling in the shoes for actor Tom Skerritt's deceased character. That alone might be enough clues for us.
As previously reported, Joe Jonas is out and Cody Longo is in on Brothers & Sisters, as the actor will play a younger version of Tommy on an upcoming two-episode flashback arc that delves into the Walker family history.
Meanwhile, sources now confirm that a familiar face will come aboard the drama in the role of a 1970's William Walker.
Think there's any resemblance between the actors?
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You can't blame the Powers That Be over at Brothers & Sisters. They really did cast Joe Jonas as a young Balthazar Getty, but damn those JoBros are a busy bunch! Due to scheduling conflicts the pop superstar will no longer be the filling Tommy's shoes, but my sources confirm what our frenemy over at EW has reported: that Make It or Break It's Cody Longo is the new young'un taking over the role. As for the once beloved patriarch, inside sources at B&S tell us that a semifamiliar and fully hot face has been cast as the youthful William Walker... Daniel Cosgrove, of Dirty Sexy Money and Beverly Hills, 90210 fame (yes, the guy who almost married Kelly Taylor, and stole her away from »
13 items from 2010
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