'Story of a Girl' Premieres Tonight on Lifetime, Kyra Sedgwick's Directorial Debut

Ryann Shane and Kevin Bacon star in Story of a Girl, marking Kyra
Sedgwick’s directorial debut, premiering Sunday July 23 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
on Lifetime. Photo by Bettina Strauss Copyright 2017
Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Kyra Sedgwick (Julia Shearer on Another World) makes her directorial debut with the Lifetime movie, Story of a Girl, based on the novel of the same name by Sara Zarr. The film premieres tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT

When a sex video of 13-year-old Deanna (Ryann Shane) and Tommy (Tyler Johnson) goes viral, her life of carefree innocence is changed forever. Three years later, Deanna is still dealing with the fallout of the video, including being branded the school slut. Ready to move on, Deanna longs to escape a life defined by the mistakes of her past.

Also starring in the cast are Segwick's husband, Kevin Bacon (Tim Werner on Guiding Light, Todd Adamson on Search for Tomorrow), and daughter, Sosie Bacon.

Watch the trailer below.

Watch the 'Once Upon a Time' Season 7 Comic-Con Trailer

Once Upon a Time Season 7 premieres Friday, October 6 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Special behind-the-scenes bloopers from Season 6 and sneak peek scenes from Season 7 were revealed Satruday at San Diego Comic-Con at a panel with co-creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, along with executive producer David H. Goodman and Once Upon a Time cast members Lana Parrilla , Robert Carlyle, Colin O'Donoghue, Andrew. J. West, Gabrielle Anwar, Dania Ramirez, and moderator Yvette Nicole Brown.

After six seasons, the residents of the enchanted forest enter Season 7, facing their greatest challenge yet as the Evil Queen, Captain Hook and Rumpelstiltskin join forces with a grown-up Henry Mills and his daughter Lucy on an epic quest to bring hope to their world and ours. Along the way, new fairy tale characters and old search for true love, find adventure, and take sides in the ongoing struggle of good against evil as classic tales are once again twisted and reimagined.

Watch the Once Upon a Time Season 7 Comic-Con trailer below.

Watch 'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Comic-Con Trailer

A few days ago, AMC released special Comic Con art for The Walking Dead, which revealed October 22nd as the Season 8 premiere date.

It's all-out war when the popular drama series returns for its 100th episode.

The network also teased the new season of The Walking Dead in the official Comic-Con trailer. Watch it below.

Today in Soap Opera History (July 23)

1966: Days of our Lives creator Ted Corday died.
1983: Edge of Night's Raven and Sky were thrown in jail.
1993: Days' Salem mourned Carly, who wasn't actually dead.
2009: Y&R's Victor gave Adam his acceptance.
"If you don't know history, then you don't know anything. You are a leaf that doesn't know it is part of a tree."
"History is a vast early warning system."
― Norman Cousins

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1966: Producer and director Ted Corday died at age 58. Corday moved from Broadway to radio dramas to television directing at The Guiding Light and As the World Turns. In 1965 NBC asked Corday to create three new daytime soap operas leading to the premieres of Days of our Lives, Paradise Bay and Morning Star. Days continues to this day while the other two shows were went off the air July 1, 1966, three weeks before Corday's death.

1968: On Another World, as he sat on the porch drinking lemonade with Jim and Mary Matthews, Steve Frame (George Reinholt) remembered how he had run five lemonade stands when he was eight, then said he probably bought the Bay City Bengals football team to compensate for never having had time for games.

John Heard Dead at 72

Home Alone actor John Heard died on July 21 in Palo Alto, California, TMZ is reporting. The actor was found dead in his hotel room by the cleaning service, family sources said. The authorities came to the Palo Alto hotel after being called for a medical emergency, but Heard was pronounced dead on the scene. He was 72.

The cause of the beloved actor's death is currently unknown as the coroner investigates. John’s rep has revealed the actor had “minor back surgery” on July 19 at Stanford Medical Center, and was staying at the hotel he died in while he was recovering. We could not be more devastated by the news.

Apart from playing Peter McCallister's dad in Home Alone and Home Alone 2, Heard starred in the films Big, Beaches, Gladiator and The Pelican Brief. He also hit the small screen with parts on numerous primetime shows, including serialized dramas The Sopranos, Prison Break: Resurrection and Jack & Bobby.

'General Hospital' Spoilers (July 24-28, 2017)

"Stop with the lies!" Sam shouts as she points a gun at Sonny. "It ends now!"
What's happening on General Hospital during the week of July 24-28, 2017? Check out the day-to-day spoilers and a sneak peek video below to find out.

Monday, July 24
Jason will stop at nothing to learn the truth; Dante gets a break; Nathan's column hits close to home.

Tuesday, July 25
Sam confronts Sonny; Anna arrives with big news; Nathan gets a welcome surprise.