Charming ladies man Johnny Miller is bored with his still committed wife, swimming instructor Susan. Under the 'bachelor' alias Jake Miller he has a relationship with psychologist Laurel ... See full summary »
Vin, Bobby, and Ray, are three blue collar guys, that can't seem to get things to line up in their lives. They had so many dreams when they were 18, but then life seemed to catch up with ... See full summary »
Gino Anthony Pesi,
Erik, and Cooze start college and pledge the Beta House fraternity, presided over by none other than legendary Dwight Stifler. But chaos ensues when a fraternity of geeks threatens to stop ... See full summary »
One Life to Live premiered in 1968, centering on the lives of the citizens of the fictional town of Llanview, PA. Concentrating on the wealthy Lord family, and the middle-class Woleks and ... See full summary »
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The Lying Game follows long-lost twins Emma and Sutton. Separated under mysterious circumstances, Sutton was adopted... by the wealthy Mercer family in Phoenix, while Emma grew up in the ... See full summary »
During the original show up through the 1970s, the show primarily covered Dr. Steve Hardy (John Beradino) and his friend, Nurse Jessie Brewer (Emily McLaughlin). Late in the 1970s, the show... See full summary »
Lisa Rinna and Ty Treadway, two soap stars in their own right, host this talk show on Soapnet television, which turned out to be very successful for the network. Rinna, never one of my favorite actresses, is delightful - natural, funny, and self-deprecating, and Treadway is a relaxed and uninhibited host.
Mostly the two interview soap stars but sometimes veer from that with occasional authors and stars of cable shows. Occasionally, Rinna's husband, Harry Hamlin, appears as well. Soap Talk's All My Children reunion was especially fun. In a real soap opera world coup, they actually got Tony Geary, a man who never needs to do interviews and therefore never does them. He was there to promote a film he made with Corbin Bernsen, also currently now on General Hospital. The show provides a perfect niche for these actors to be seen and appreciated by their dedicated viewers.
The audience actually consists of seat fillers and about ten ticket-holders per show who sit in front; if you watch carefully, you will see that when the camera pans the audience, sometimes you can spot the same people, as they recycle old shots. I am not sure why this is done, as I'm sure many people would like to watch the show being taped.
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