'Days of our Lives' Spoilers (May 29-June 2, 2017)

What's happening on NBC soap opera Days of our Lives during the week of May 29-June 2, 2017? Check out the day-to-day spoilers below to find out.

Monday, May 29
Days is preempted due to NBC coverage of the 2017 French Open Tennis.

Tuesday, May 30
Nicole and Eric return to Salem; Justin's news infuriates Deimos; John is upset about the orders on Brady's door; Chloe visits an unconscious Brady.

'Guiding Light' Alum Morgan Englund Launches an Indiegogo Campaign for New Song

Morgan Englund, best known as Dylan Lewis on the classic CBS soap opera Guiding Light, launched an Indiegogo campaign on May 3 in an effort to raise $10,000 to make a music video for his song "Homeward Bound (A Firefighter’s Song)." As of today, Morgan had raised $6,148 toward his goal.

Englund stepped away from acting and spent 17 years a paramedic and twelve years as a firefighter while he raised his two children as a single father. Recently, he has made the decision to end his time as paramedic and firefighter to focus on his dream of being a musician. Music is in his family as his great uncle, Jack Albertson, performed on vaudeville and is also best known as Grandpa Joe in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971); his mother, Academy Award-winning actress Cloris Leachman; is a concert level pianist; and his daughter Anabel Englund is singer-songwriter best known for her collaborative work with electronic music group Hot Natured.

'Seeing is Believing: Women Direct' Makes East Coast Premiere on June 19

Emmy winning actress-turned-director Cady McClain's Seeing is Believing: Women Direct will make its East Coast Premiere and is an Official Selection of the 2017 SOHO International Film Festival, screening Monday, June 19 at Village East Cinemas.

Seeing is Believing: Women Direct is a documentary series directed, executive produced, written and edited by Cady McClain about women directors who are on the front lines of the field: from major award winners and those in the vanguard of television and feature films, to graduate students and frustrated auteurs. The first episode recently made its World Premiere at Newport Beach Film Festival, where it won an Honorable Mention for Best Documentary Short. Now, McClain will debut a feature-length version at SOHO International Film Festival.

McClain has spent the past year traveling the globe, speaking to female directors of film and television and documenting their stories. The outcome is a feature film and a serialized documentary, providing insider access to the skills and tools needed to succeed as a woman in the directing field.

When only 1.9% of the top 100 films are directed by women, it is a symptom of a larger problem: an ingrained cultural bias against women’s ability to lead. McClain believes the best way to create change is to show proof that the bias is based on outdated and false ideas. Considering all aspects of the directing experience, the series will show how these women drive through obstacles creative, cultural and professional. The series is also intended to serve as peer-to-peer mentorship for anyone of any gender looking for guidance and real world experience as they pursue their dreams of becoming a visual storyteller.

Great American Roadtrip! Kickstarter for Season 3 of LGBT Series 'EastSiders' Underway

The great American road trip is about to get a lot gayer. EastSiders, the Indie Series Award-winning LGBT series from writer/director/actor Kit Williamson, has announced that their third season will follow the show’s central characters Thom (Van Hansis, five-time Daytime Emmy nominee for his work on As The World Turns and EastSiders) and Cal (Kit Williamson, Mad Men) as they hit the highway from New York City to Los Angeles. Will this be the trip of their lives, or the end of the road?

The producers have launched a Kickstarter campaign to complete the new season. The journey home to Silver Lake was shot on-location in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada and (of course) California over 35 days last fall. Now the production is seeking funding for additional shoot days, and post-production costs. The campaign is set to run until June 6th, by which time they must have raised their minimum goal of $60,000 or they will not receive any of the funds. The first two seasons of the series were also financed through crowdfunding, with two successful campaigns raising over $178,000.

Previous cast members Constance Wu (Fresh Off the Boat), Brianna Brown (Dynasty, Devious Maids, General Hospital), Stephen Guarino (Happy Endings), Willam Beli (RuPaul's Drag Race) Traci Lords (Crybaby), Matthew McKelligon (You're Killing Me), Jonathan Lisecki (Gayby) and John Halbach are all set to return. Additional cast members will be announced during the Kickstarter campaign.

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers (May 29-June 2, 2017)

What's happening on CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless during the week of May 29-June 2, 2017? Check out the day-to-day spoilers below to find out.

Monday, May 29
Victor reveals a secret plan; Hilary encourages Juliet to fight back; Victoria puts someone on the chopping block at Brash & Sassy.

'The Bold and the Beautiful' Spoilers (May 29-June 2, 2017)

What's happening on CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful during the week of May 29-June 2, 2017? Check out the day-to-day spoilers below to find out.

Monday, May 29
Saul asks Sally to partner up with him; Thomas gets a second chance at redeeming himself with his family.