TV on Tap: "Glee" Might Graduate from High School, "Bones" Gets a Ninth Season and Kevin Bacon Kisses James Purefoy Before TV Critics

Wait... what? I can't wait to see this in context on tonight's American Horror Story.


Yesterday was Fox's turn to face the TCA where it was announced that Seth Rogen will make a guest-appearance on The Mindy Project as Mindy's first kiss, Bones has been renewed for a ninth season and, after facing questions asking if The Following was too violent for a country that has endured mass killings in Aurora and Newtown, Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy reacted to a reporter's comment about their characters' sexual chemistry (sounds like we should expect to see these two on The Shipping News sometime soon) by kissing. It sounds like the kiss was better than what the photographer managed to capture.

Meanwhile, Fox is developing two mini-series with an eye on one eventually airing. One is produced by M. Night Shyamalan, but don't let that chase you away, it's based on
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As Oltl's ABC Finale Nears, Kassie DePaiva Has Endgame Wish for Todd/Blair, Laments Mia Max

As Oltl's ABC Finale Nears, Kassie DePaiva Has Endgame Wish for Todd/Blair, Laments Mia Max
As One Life to Live enters its final weeks of production of episodes to air on ABC, series vet Kassie DePaiva has a firm opinion on how she’d like Blair’s love life to shape up before the sudser migrates online.

After relating how “so excited” she was when Oltl lured back Roger Howarth — affording her the chance to play out the “RogerTodd” and “TrevorTodd” story with the Daytime Emmy winner and his successor Trevor St. John — DePaiva told reporters at the set on Tuesday, “I think the best is yet to come, but I hope that Blair and
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Photos: Fiona Hutchison and the Final Day of The Southside

On Monday, We Love Soaps TV was on set of the upcoming film The Southside.

Photo: Kristos Andrews, Gregori J. Martin, Fiona Hutchison, Derrell Whitt

Best described as an urban and modern day The Outsiders meets critically acclaimed Good Will Hunting, The Southside is based on the true story of 19 year old Robert Areizaga Jr. who was murdered in White Plains, New York at a party in the Fall of 2010 by a vicious gang. The story follows Robert’s journey to turn his life around and become a New York police officer five months before his tragic death.

Monday was the final day of the shoot, which is being produced by LANYfilms Productions and New Universe Pictures, and directed by The Bay's Gregori J. Martin. Emmy-nominated actress Fiona Hutchison was there playing a cop, and bringing her usual magic to any scene she's in.

The film stars The Bay
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Today in Soap Opera History

On this date in...

1976: Another World aired its 3,000th episode.

1994: Roger Howarth and the men of One Life To Live appeared on Donahue to discuss the soap.

1996: The winners at the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were General Hospital (Drama Series), Erika Slezak, Charles Keating, Anna Holbrook, Jerry verDorn, Kimberly McCullough and Kevin Mambo.

2003: At the 29th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, winners included One Life To Live (Drama Series), Susan Flannery, Peter Bergman, Crystal Chappell, Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Finnigan and Jacob Young.

Celebrating a birthday today are:

Fiona Hutchison (ex-Gabrielle, One Life To Live; ex-Jenna, Guiding Light; ex-Celia, As The World Turns) - 51

Paige Turco (ex-Dinah, Guiding Light; ex-Lanie, All My Children) - 46

Leven Rambin (ex-Lily/Ava, All My Children) - 21
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ABC Cancellations: Soap Stars React on Twitter

All My Children's Bobbie Eakes

"To all the wonderful AMC and Oltl fans: thank you so very much for your support over the years. We will always be grateful."

General Hospital's Steve Burton

"Wow. So sad our daytime family is getting smaller. Hang in there all!! You know we appreciate you."

Gotham's Martha Byrne

"Feeling for all the amc/oltl cast, crew and fans today."

Former One Life To Live star Fiona Hutchison

"I cannot begin to tell all of you how deeply saddened I am to know that All My Children and One Life to Live have been cancelled. My love goes out to all of those amazing actors and actresses as well as to all of you who have given so much to these shows. I feel blessed to have been able to have been a small part of something so extraordinary."

Guiding Light's Ron Raines
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