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General Hospital: 2016-17 Season Ratings (updated 9/26/17)

Perhaps because ABC owns General Hospital outright, the network sometimes doesn't announce if their sole surviving soap opera has been renewed for another season. (They didn't make an announcement about the 2016-17 season.) Of course, they'd certainly let us know if the show had been cancelled. Will Gh survive to see a 55th season (2017-18)? How will it do in the ratings? Stay tuned.Debuting on April 1st of 1963, General Hospital revolves around the loves, lives, and deaths of the people of Port Charles, New York. The current season's cast includes Vinessa Antoine, Maurice Benard, Teresa Castillo, Tyler Christopher, Matt Cohen, William deVry, Chad Duell, Sonya Eddy, Jane Elliot, Kathleen Gati, Nancy Lee Grahn, Carolyn Hennesy, Rebecca Herbst, Roger Howarth, Finola Hughes, Lisa Lo Cicero, Billy Miller, Kelly Monaco, Ryan Paevey, Haley Pullos, Brytni Sarpy, Kirsten Storms, Robert Palmer Watkins, Maura West, Laura Wright, and Dominic Zamprogna.Read More…
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General Hospital: 2016-17 Season Ratings (updated 9/1/17)

Perhaps because ABC owns General Hospital outright, the network sometimes doesn't announce if their sole surviving soap opera has been renewed for another season. (They didn't make an announcement about the 2016-17 season.) Of course, they'd certainly let us know if the show had been cancelled. Will Gh survive to see a 55th season (2017-18)? How will it do in the ratings? Stay tuned.Debuting on April 1st of 1963, General Hospital revolves around the loves, lives, and deaths of the people of Port Charles, New York. The current season's cast includes Vinessa Antoine, Maurice Benard, Teresa Castillo, Tyler Christopher, Matt Cohen, William deVry, Chad Duell, Sonya Eddy, Jane Elliot, Kathleen Gati, Nancy Lee Grahn, Carolyn Hennesy, Rebecca Herbst, Roger Howarth, Finola Hughes, Lisa Lo Cicero, Billy Miller, Kelly Monaco, Ryan Paevey, Haley Pullos, Brytni Sarpy, Kirsten Storms, Robert Palmer Watkins, Maura West, Laura Wright, and Dominic Zamprogna.Read More…
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General Hospital: Long Dead Character Returning to ABC Soap

Someone is coming back from the dead on General Hospital. TVLine reports Michael Sutton is reprising the role of Stone Cates on the ABC TV show.Sutton began playing Cates on the long-running soap in 1993. The character was killed off in 1995 before returning briefly in 2010. The current cast of General Hospital includes Vinessa Antoine, Maurice Benard, Teresa Castillo, Tyler Christopher, Matt Cohen, William deVry, Chad Duell, Sonya Eddy, Jane Elliot, Kathleen Gati, Nancy Lee Grahn, and Carolyn Hennesy.Read More…
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General Hospital Spoilers: It’s Going Down This Week

General Hospital fans know things aren’t always as they seem, and that’s never changing. There will be no new episode today, which means we can only discuss spoilers for the remainder of the week. It’s a national holiday today, so the show will air to replay the very last episode of Jane Elliot’s run on the show. But the rest of the week is slated to be very interesting. Michael is going to continue to spend time with Nelle while hoping his mom and dad come around to it. They won’t; we know this. Nathan is going to have some

General Hospital Spoilers: It’s Going Down This Week
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General Hospital: Tracy’s Last Episodes

General Hospital fans know that Tracy Quartermaine is not here to stay forever. In fact, Jane Elliot has only one more month left as Tracy on the show, and she’s going out with a bang. Well, we don’t actually know how she is going out. It might be with a bang. It might not be with a bang. It might be with a car accident, a murder, a faked death, or an actual bang. We just don’t know. What we do know is we are officially one week into her last month as Tracy, and we are going to miss

General Hospital: Tracy’s Last Episodes
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TVLine Items: Donald Sutherland Joins FX Drama, Gh Vet's Exit Date and More

FX is placing their Trust in Donald Sutherland.

The prolific actor will star in FX’s 10-episode limited series Trust as J. Paul Getty, patriarch of the Getty family oil dynasty. Sutherland’s character is described as a mysterious and contradictory man, but is most notably famous for negotiating the release of his ransomed grandson.

RelatedRegina King, John Ridley Team for FX Series About Atlanta Child Murders

Set in 1973, Getty’s grandson, John Paul Getty III, is kidnapped and held for ransom by the Mafia while visiting Rome. The show follows the struggle of Paul Getty at the hands of his bewildered captors.
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General Hospital: 2015-16 Season Ratings (final)

Perhaps because ABC owns General Hospital outright, the network sometimes doesn't announce if their sole surviving soap opera has been renewed for another season. However, they'd certainly let us know if the show had been cancelled! Since the soap is still airing, we can assume they renewed it for 2015-16. Will Gh survive to see a 54th season? How will it do in the ratings? Stay tuned.Debuting on April 1st of 1963, General Hospital revolves around the loves, lives, and deaths of the people of Port Charles, New York. The current season's cast includes Maurice Benard, Laura Wright, Nancy Grahn, Finola Hughes, Dominic Zamprogna, Rebecca Herbst, Kelly Monaco, Sonya Eddy, Roger Howarth, Carolyn Hennesy, Billy Miller, Vinessa Antoine, William deVry, Kathleen Gati, Kirsten Storms, Chad Duell, Haley Pullos, Bryan Craig, Ryan Paevey, Tyler Christopher, Lisa Lo Cicero, Teresa Castillo, and Jane Elliot.Read More…
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Sanders Campaign Responds to Killer Mike ‘Uterus’ Comment About Clinton

Sanders Campaign Responds to Killer Mike ‘Uterus’ Comment About Clinton
Bernie Sanders’ campaign is dismissing sexism charges against Killer Mike, an Atlanta-based rapper, as “gotcha” politics. It all started when Killer Mike, an outspoken Sanders supporter, spoke at a rally for the Vermont senator in Atlanta on Tuesday, where he quoted activist Jane Elliott as having told him, “Michael, a uterus doesn’t qualify you to be president of the United States,” a remark that was widely seen as sexist against Hillary Clinton, but that the rapper says was taken out of context. Sanders’ campaign did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment. But on Wednesday, a spokesman for Sanders’ campaign,
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Genie Francis on ‘General Hospital’ Return, Jonathan Jackson and Off-Screen Relationship With Anthony Geary

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Genie Francis on ‘General Hospital’ Return, Jonathan Jackson and Off-Screen Relationship With Anthony Geary
Laura Spencer is back in Port Charlies and in a big way. Genie Francis, who’s played Laura Spencer on “General Hospital” on and off for the better part of four decades, returned to the ABC soap opera this month with a vengeance. Besides from breaking up the engagement party of her former beau Luke (Anthony Geary) and his fiancee Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliott), she’s also contending with the kidnapping of her son Lucky (Jonathan Jackson). With Geary preparing to exit “General Hospital,” TheWrap spoke with Francis about her return to the series, what storylines she’d like to see and press reports.
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Will Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') be rare supporting actress to repeat at Daytime Emmys?

Will Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') be rare supporting actress to repeat at Daytime Emmys?
Amelia Heinle won Best Supporting Actress at the 2014 Daytime Emmys for "The Young and the Restless," a victory that came as a surprise to most of our predictors, who had favored either her co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson or Jane Elliot ("General Hospital"). Heinle is pre-nominated again this year, but can she overcome this category's curse against repeat winners? -Break- Predict Daytime Emmys: Repeat for 'Young and Restless,' redemption for 'General Hospital'? Only three women have ever won this award twice: Julia Barr ("All My Children," 1990, 1998), Gina Tognoni ("Guiding Light," 2006, 2008), and Nancy Lee Grahn ("Santa Barbara," 1989; "General Hospital," 2012). None have won it three times, and none have won consecutively. That's not to say winners in this category are doomed. A few others have won as lead actresses after prevailing once in the supporti...
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How did Amelia Heinle ('Young and Restless') beat co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson at Daytime Emmys?

How did Amelia Heinle ('Young and Restless') beat co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson at Daytime Emmys?
Our predictors had pegged Best Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmys as a two-way race between frontrunner Jane Elliot ("General Hospital") and strong challenger Elizabeth Hendrickson ("The Young and the Restless"). But despite fourth-place odds, Hendrickson's co-star Amelia Heinle overtook them both. What pushed her over the top? -Break- Were you blown away by Amelia Heinle's win? Discuss Daytime Emmy shocks in our fierce forums! Heinle and Hendrickson both submitted episodes involving the death of young Delia Abbott in a hit-and-run accident. It was a popular storyline with voters, also resulting in wins for Best Actor (Billy Miller) and Best Drama Series. Hendrickson's episode had greater impact; she played Delia's mother the moment after finding out about her death, and such intensity is often the key to winning Emmys. As we'd expect from a grieving mother, Hendrickson spends much of her reel ...'
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Daytime Emmys 2014: The winners list

Daytime Emmys 2014: The winners list
The biggest winner at Sunday’s live-streamed Daytime Emmy Awards, emceed by Kathy Griffin, was Steve Harvey, who took home two prizes: one for his eponymous talk show and one as the host of the syndicated Family Feud. Among soap operas, The Young and the Restless dominated, nabbing Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor (Billy Miller), and Outstanding Supporting Actress (Amelia Heinle), among other awards.

Check out the full list of winners below:

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

Days of Our Lives (NBC)

One Life to Live (Toln.com)

Winner: The Young and the Restless (CBS
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Daytime Emmys: Y&R Dominates Soap Pack; AMC and Oltl Get 3 Wins Each

Daytime Emmys: Y&R Dominates Soap Pack; AMC and Oltl Get 3 Wins Each
The 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday at the Beverly Hills Hilton, hosted by expletive-happy comedienne Kathy Griffin and streamed online at DaytimeEmmys.net, home of the most dreadful pre-show ever.

CBS’ The Young and the Restless came away as this year’s big winner, grabbing gold five times at Sunday night’s main gala, including for Outstanding Drama and for Lead Actor. Sister sudser The Bold and the Beautiful was shut out at the big show, but had scored four statuettes at Friday night’s Creative Arts awards ceremony (see winners list).

NBC’s Days of Our Lives
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Here Are the Big Winners From the Daytime Emmy Awards 2014

The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards took place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday evening. Hosted by Kathy Griffin, the ceremony streamed live via the Daytime Emmy Awards website, and honored achievements in daytime programming, including talk shows, soaps, game shows, culinary programs, and more.

Here is a list of the night's big winners:

Supporting Actor, Drama

Eric Martsolf, "Days of Our Lives" *Winner

Bradford Anderson, "General Hospital"

Steve Burton, "The Young and the Restless"

Scott Clifton, "The Bold and the Beautiful"

Dominic Zamprogna, "General Hospital"

Supporting Actress, Drama

Amelia Heinle, "The Young and the Restless" *Winner

Melissa Claire Egan, "The Young and the Restless"

Jane Elliot, "General Hospital"

Elizabeth Hendrickson, "The Young and the Restless"

Kelly Sullivan, "General Hospital"

Culinary Host

Bobby Flay *Winner

Giada De Laurentiis

April Bloomfield and Sean Brock

Rachael Ray

Culinary Program

"The Mind of a Chef" *Winner

"A Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
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Jane Elliot's romantic longing vs. Elizabeth Hendrickson's grief at Daytime Emmys: Forum posters say ...

Jane Elliot's romantic longing vs. Elizabeth Hendrickson's grief at Daytime Emmys: Forum posters say ...
Our forum posters are debating two very different episode submissions for Best Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmys to determine who really is out front: Jane Elliot ("General Hospital"), for a scene in which she demands more from her husband (seven-time Emmy winner Anthony Geary), or Elizabeth Hendrickson ("The Young and the Restless"), who is heartbroken over the death of her young daughter in a hit-and-run accident. The nominees are as follows (click each actor's name to watch their reels): -Break- Will Eric Martsolf ('Days') spoil overdue Bradford Anderson ('Gh') at Daytime Emmys? Melissa Claire Egan, "The Young and the Restless" Jane Elliot, "General Hospital" Amelia Heinle, "The Young and the Restless" Elizabeth Hendrickson, "The Young and the Restless" Kelly Sullivan, "General Hospital" At the very least, most forum posters seem to agree...'
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Daytime Emmy reels: Jane Elliot ('Gh') yearns for true love and first Emmy in 33 years

Daytime Emmy reels: Jane Elliot ('Gh') yearns for true love and first Emmy in 33 years
The Daytime Emmy reels for Best Supporting Actress are available for viewing online. I've watched all five. Will veteran Jane Elliot ("General Hospital") win for the first time since 1981? -Break- Watch her rivals' reels: Melissa Claire Egan, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson, and Kelly Sullivan Length of Reel: 10:25 Synopsis: Luke Spencer (Emmy-winner Anthony Geary) kisses Tracy Quartermaine (Elliot) and asks her to be the home he returns to after his long journeys, but Tracy refuses, confessing that she is still waiting for a soul mate and won't settle for anything less. Analysis: At more than 10 minutes, Elliot has one of the longest reels in the category -- Amelia Heinle ("The Young and the Restless") also entered a 10-minute scene -- but it takes time to build. Tracy tries to understand the unprompted kiss, and an evasive Luke dodges the question, so it's not until the se...
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Daytime Emmy reels: Melissa Claire Egan ('Y

Daytime Emmy reels: Melissa Claire Egan ('Y
The Daytime Emmy reels for Best Supporting Actress are available for viewing online. I've watched all five. After five nominations in six years, will Melissa Claire Egan ("The Young and the Restless") finally win? -Break- Watch her rivals' reels: Jane Elliot, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson, and Kelly Sullivan Length of Reel: 8:49 Synopsis: After a confrontation with her ex-husband, Chelsea Newman (Egan) is forced to confess to current husband Dylan (Supporting Actor nominee Steve Burton) that their child isn't biologically his. Analysis: This is the same reel Burton submitted in the Supporting Actor race, and it's easy to understand why both actors selected it. The episode offers nearly equal material to both (Egan as the confessor and Burton as the wronged man), and though Burton gets slightly more emotions to play -- the sudden realization of betrayal, the heartbreaking loss of his chil...
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Daytime Emmy reels: Kelly Sullivan ('Gh') raises hell in Supporting Actress scenes

Daytime Emmy reels: Kelly Sullivan ('Gh') raises hell in Supporting Actress scenes
The Daytime Emmy reels for Best Supporting Actress are available for viewing online. I've watched all five. Will Kelly Sullivan ("General Hospital") win as one half of a woman with split personalities? -Break- Watch her rivals' reels: Melissa Claire Egan, Jane Elliot, Amelia Heinle, and Elizabeth Hendrickson Length of Reel: 5:24 Synopsis: After her son is pronounced brain dead, Connie Falconeri (Sullivan) drowns her sorrows with childhood boyfriend Sonny (Emmy-winner Maurice Benard). Analysis: Sullivan, a first-time nominee, plays drunk and angry as Connie copes with losing everything. Like "The Young and the Restless" rivals Elizabeth Hendrickson and Amelia Heinle, she plays out a storyline involving the death of her child, but she's playing different emotional notes: more defiant and bitter, but at times just as potent. However, there is a lot of plot for the viewer to process ...'
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Daytime Emmy reels: Will Elizabeth Hendrickson ('Y

Daytime Emmy reels: Will Elizabeth Hendrickson ('Y
The Daytime Emmy reels for Best Supporting Actress are available for viewing online. I've watched all five. Will "The Young and the Restless" star Elizabeth Hendrickson's agonized grief be rewarded? -Break- Watch her rivals' reels: Melissa Claire Egan, Jane Elliot, Amelia Heinle, and Kelly Sullivan Length of Reel: 9:48 Synopsis: Chloe Mitchell (Hendrickson) arrives at the hospital to find out that her young daughter Delia has been killed in a hit-and-run accident. She is voercome with grief, and then anger when she blames Delia's father (Best Actor nominee Billy Miller) and her husband Kevin (Emmy-winner Greg Rikaart) for indirectly causing the tragedy. Analysis: Hendrickson has the most impact in the category. For almost 10 minutes she plays the immediate aftermath of a child's death, with all the tears and anger that entails. Her strongest moment may be her very first, when we watch her t...'
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Daytime Emmy reels: Amelia Heinle ('Y

Daytime Emmy reels: Amelia Heinle ('Y
The Daytime Emmy reels for Best Supporting Actress are available for viewing online. I've watched all five. Can Amelia Heinle ("The Young and the Restless") win as a grieving stepmother? -Break- Watch her rivals' reels: Melissa Claire Egan, Jane Elliot, Elizabeth Hendrickson, and Kelly Sullivan Length of Reel: 10:24 Synopsis: Victoria Newman (Heinle) mourns her young stepdaughter, Delia, who died in a hit-and-run accident. She is consoled by her sister Abby (Melissa Ordway) before her husband, Billy (Best Actor nominee Billy Miller), returns home. He discusses his grief and tells Victoria he can't get through it without her. Analysis: Heinle and rival Jane Elliot ("General Hospital") submitted episodes of the same length, though Heinle arguably has more impact, openly weeping from the very beginning of her scene. But the episode isn't wall-to-wall crying, which might have become monot...
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