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TVLine Items: Days of Our Lives' Philip to Exit, Arrow Premiere Title and More

TVLine Items: Days of Our Lives' Philip to Exit, Arrow Premiere Title and More
The Great Salem Exodus continues.

Soap vet John-Paul Lavoisier, who plays Days of Our Lives‘ Philip Kiriakis, is the latest to exit the NBC sudser.

Lavoisier will last air on Days later this year, after joining the cast in late 2015. The news comes after Martha Madison (who plays Belle Black) announced her departure date from the sudser.

Related 12 Soap Characters Who Are Heading Into Red-Hot Summer Storylines

Days fans this year also have said/are saying goodbye to the characters of Summer (played by Marie Wilson) and Lani (played by Sal Stowers), while Jen Lilley is set to vacate the role of Theresa.
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TVLine Items: Days Vet's Exit Date, VH1 Adds Late-Night Show and More

TVLine Items: Days Vet's Exit Date, VH1 Adds Late-Night Show and More
By the end of the summer, Martha Madison will be (again) saying goodbye Salem. The soap opera vet, who portrays Belle Black, will last air on Days of Our Lives in early September, she revealed on Twitter.

Early September. https://t.co/qhFhEf0L1J

Martha Madison (@Marth27) June 27, 2016

Related12 Soap Characters Who Are Heading Into Red-Hot Summer Storylines

Madison’s departure was announced back in March — along with the exits of co-stars Brandon Beemer (who plays Shawn-Douglas), Marie Wilson (Summer) and Sal Stowers (Lani) — after changes in the writing staff revealed the four characters would be written out.

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‘Days of Our Lives’ Star Freddie Smith Gets Two Years Probation in Car Crash Case

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‘Days of Our Lives’ Star Freddie Smith Gets Two Years Probation in Car Crash Case
Soap opera star Freddie Smith, who plays Sonny Kiriakis on the NBC soap “Days of Our Lives,” has been sentenced to two years probation following a car crash in Ashtabula County, Ohio, in October, the Ashtabula County prosecutor’s office told TheWrap on Friday. Smith, who pleaded guilty to the fourth degree felony of vehicular assault and a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence, has also had his license suspended for a year. Also Read: ‘Port Charles’ Alum Marie Wilson Cast on ‘Days of Our Lives’ The actor crashed his car after losing control while navigating a curve last October.
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Video: Soap Vet Marie Wilson Joins Days of Our Lives

Is Hell coming to Salem on Halloween? Former As the World Turns star Marie Wilson hits NBC's Days of Our Lives on Friday, Oct. 31 as Bree, who not only has a past with Hope (Kristian Alfonso) but also one with Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove), the man of Hope's dreams. Does Bree have intel that could destroy this romance before it even gets started?

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Constantine: 5 Things to Know About NBC's Devilishly Irreverent Drama

Constantine: 5 Things to Know About NBC's Devilishly Irreverent Drama
John Constantine‘s business cards read “Exorcist, Demonologist and Master of the Dark Arts” — and all three of those vocations get a workout in NBC’s new drama based on the popular DC Comics character.

After decades in the Hellblazer comics and one ill-fated run at the big screen, Constantine makes his TV debut Friday (10/9c). Welsh actor Matt Ryan (Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, The Tudors) plays the trenchcoated demon whisperer, a tortured con man who’d prefer to abandon his occult work but feels compelled to help those who need him most.

Video Exclusive Sneak Peek: Constantine Gets Some
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The Voice Season 7 Knockout Pairings (and Song Choices) Revealed!

The Voice Season 7 Knockout Pairings (and Song Choices) Revealed!
The forecast for Monday and Tuesday’s installment of The Voice (8/7c on NBC) calls for jaw-dropping singing with a high chance of unbearable tension.

Yep, the Season 7 Knockout Rounds are nigh, and TVLine has the exclusive on who’s going head-to-head — and what each hopeful will sing.

Not only that, but we’ve got first-look photos of 12 Knockout performances in the gallery below!

Here’s the skinny:

Team Adam

Alessandro Castronova (“Next to Me” by Emile Sande) Vs. Mia Pfirrman (“Human” by Christina Perri)

Chris Jamison (“[Sittin on] the Dock of the Bay” by Otis Redding) Vs. Blessing Offor (“Your Body
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The Voice Season 7 Top 32: Pre-Knockout Rankings by Team!

Mama said knock you out, goes the L.L. Cool J classic — and that’s exactly what The Voice will aim to do when Knockout Rounds begin Monday (8/7c on NBC).

But as the Season 7 coaches — Pharrell, Gwen, Adam and Blake — prepare to whittle down their teams in head-to-head solo matchups, who’s got the momentum? After all, the Knockout proceedings will whittle each team from eight hopefuls to four (with one Steal added from an opposing coach’s roster) — and that means only 20 of the 32 current artists will proceed to the Live Playoffs.

We went back and re-assessed each of
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‘Port Charles’ Alum Marie Wilson Cast on ‘Days of Our Lives’

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‘Port Charles’ Alum Marie Wilson Cast on ‘Days of Our Lives’
Marie Wilson is packing her bags and heading for Salem. Also read: ‘Young and the Restless’ Star Justin Hartley to Adam Newman Fans: Tell Me if You Hate My Guts (Exclusive) “Port Charles” and “As the World Turns” alum Wilson has signed on for a guest-starring role on the NBC soap “Days of Our Lives,” kicking off on Halloween. Wilson, who played Meg Snyder on “As the World Turns” and Karen Wexler on “Port Charles,” will play Bree, who is an old acquaintance of Hope (Kristian Alfonso) who turns out to be someone from Aiden's (Daniel Cosgrove) dark past. Also read: ‘Days of.
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Port Charles' Marie Wilson Joins Days as a Woman From [Spoiler]'s Past

Port Charles' Marie Wilson Joins Days as a Woman From [Spoiler]'s Past
It looks like a certain Days of Our Lives hunk will be the recipient of a big ol’ trick this Halloween.

Port Charles and As the World Turns alumna Marie Wilson has boarded the NBC sudser in the role of Bree, an old acquaintance of Hope’s who also turns out to be someone from Aiden’s dark past.

Related The Young & the Restless Taps Sally Kellerman for Mystery Role

The mysterious storyline kicks off Friday, Oct. 31, when Wilson makes her Days debut.

In addition to her runs as PC‘s Karen and Atwt‘s Meg, Wilson’s credits include the web series The Bay,
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Watch WB Stars Lose It as They Flub Their Lines

Son of a bitch! George Brent and other Warner Bros. stars forget their lines (photo: George Brent ca. 1940) The Warner Bros. outtakes from the studio’s 1939 and 1940 productions (see below) feature a whole array of movie stars and supporting players not getting things quite right while the cameras were rolling. Perhaps the biggest "star" — i.e., the one featured the most — in the montage is George Brent, who curses right and left after not getting his lines right in several scenes. But not to worry; "son of a bitch" is the strongest exclamation we get to hear. (I’m assuming stronger fare is to be found in the outtakes’ outtakes.) Besides George Brent, the Warner Bros. bloopers montage has Paul Muni joking around while forgetting his lines during the making of We Are Not Alone; Miriam Hopkins having her dramatic moment in The Old Maid ruined by a young maid
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Watch: The Conclusion of The Bay's "Far From The Bay" - Kimberlin Brown, Cherie Johnson & the Returns of Mary Beth Evans & Marie Wilson!

Everything comes full circle today in the heart-rendering conclusion of The Bay's summer special, "Far From The Bay," leading into a much anticipated Season Two.

In the final installment of Fftb, Peter Garrett (Kristos Andrews) shares an emotional reunion with Claire Andrews (Marie Wilson), the woman he believed to be his mother, who has been locked in a mental institution for 10 years.

Special appearances in this week's webisode include Kimberlin Brown (ex-Sheila, The Young And The Restless/The Bold And The Beautiful), sitcom actress Cherie Johnson (Family Matters), and more, with the highly anticipated returns of The Bay's Mary Beth Evans as Sara Garrett, and Marie Wilson as Claire Andrews.

Watch it below:
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Watch: Anna Holbrook & Agim Kaba Appear on an intense episode of The Bay's "Far From The Bay"

Pete Garrett, who thinks he's Pete Andrews, has spent the past couple of months looking for his mother, Claire (Marie Wilson). Last week he found out from his aunt and cousin, played by Anna Holbrook and Agim Kaba, that Claire was in a mental institution. As the story continues this week, Pete learns even more shocking news, this time about his mother and father. He also learns that Sara (Mary Beth Evans) is indeed his biological mother. How will he react to all this new information? Find out below in the latest webisode of The Bay.
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Watch: Anna Holbrook & Agim Kaba Guest Star on The Bay's "Far From The Bay"

Anna Holbrook is one of the most underrated actresses around despite winning and Emmy award in 1996 for her role as Sharlene Frame on Another World. She is also an ageless beauty who has never looked better. Former As The World Turns star Agim Kaba has continued to get better and better with each new role. They both guest star on this week's webisode of The Bay as Pete (Kristos Andrews) continues his "Far From The Bay" journey.

In the new webisode, Pete learns some shocking news about Claire Andrews (Marie Wilson). Watch it below.
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Far From The Bay Premiering June 23

Creator of The Bay, Gregori J. Martin and LANYfilms Productions have announced the premiere of Far From The Bay, a spin-off and prequel of Season Two, to begin streaming on the web Thursday, June 23rd at 3:15 p.m. Et / 12:15 p.m. Pt.

Viewers will follow Peter (Kristos Andrews, X Games Champion and Guinness World Record Holder), the youngest son of Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans, Days, Atwt, Gh), on his quest to find the woman he believes to be his mother. Shot on location in New York City, Peter retraces the steps of his cruel childhood in an attempt to find Claire Andrews (Marie Wilson, Atwt, PC), his adoptive mother who raised him until the age of seven.

With no memory of his recent past, Peter encounters members of his adoptive family, as well as those of his biological family, who are stunned by his misguided determination and jaded memories.
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News: Marie Wilson, Jody Latham Arrested, Not Your Abuelas Novela

Eastenders actor Jody Latham arrested in cannabis probe

Police officers attended a call at his house in Bacup in the early hours of Friday morning following a report of an assault.

A spokeswoman for Lancashire Police confirmed Latham, who plays Rob Grayson in the BBC One soap, had been arrested and later released on bail.

Marie Wilson to appear in "A Flea in Her Ear"

Paul Stroili will play the dual roles of "Victor-Emmanuel Chandel" (the faithful husband) and "Poche" (a drunken hotel porter who bears a striking resemblance to "Victor"). Wilson co-stars as Chandel's mischievous wife "Yvonne". The show will run at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica, California. Dates for the extremely limited engagement are June 2 - 12, 2011.

Jencarlos Canela premieres Mi Corazon Insiste in Miami

"This is Not your abuelas novela! The storylines are steamy and provocative while still finding ways to be funny and heartfelt.
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Watch: This Week's Indie Soaps

The week of April May 1-7, 2011 was full of new web series episodes from the premiere of The Variants to Marie Wilson's appearance on Workshop. Devanity followed up last week's premiere with a solid second outing, the mystery of Ragged Isle continued to grow, and Trailer Made returned for another hilarious episode.

Watch all this action and more below, then go vote for your favorite in our weekly web series poll.
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Indie Soap Spring Preview Guide

Coming off the success of the recent Indie Soap Awards and a successful winter full of fabulous new episodes, the web series community is excited about what's next. We Love Soaps TV is happy to offer our Indie Soap Spring Preview Guide with the latest news and happenings from returning shows to crossovers and spin-offs. Check it out below.

Season Premieres

Then We Got Help!

Season Two Premiere Date: March 18

Creator and star Julie Ann Emery offers a preview of the new season: "The thing I think I'm most proud of is Season Two is fully fan funded. We did a crowd funding campaign and we surpassed our maximum budget asked for. We may not have the biggest audience on the web, but our fans are Fierce!

"We used that money to improve our sound, get all our actors back, and add an impressive list of guest stars including Sam McMurray (Rasing Arizona,
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