Susan Lucci: Fitting the show would be broadcast online
The production company Prospect Park is having "genuine and earnest conversations" about putting it on the schedule of their online network. "It seems fitting to me that the show would be broadcast online," because Ms. Lucci explained, the soap opera has always played by its own rules.
ALL MY CHILDREN's Julia Barr judges Fur-Free Fashion Show
Born Free USA's CEO, Will Travers, explained the idea behind the fashion show. He said the organization “created this competition to celebrate emerging fashion designers who believe in the welfare of animals and refuse to use fur in their work ... This year proves one thing: compassion is in fashion.”
Daytime Stunner: GENERAL HOSPITAL Is Showing Signs of Renewed Life
GH is showing signs of renewed life across much of its canvas, bringing back long-absent and much missed characters, making frequent references to events in its past, and putting renewed emphasis on the doctors and nurses of its title institution. It's a huge blast of much-needed fresh air after years of poorly written, low-end mob stories.
Welsh Actor Huw Ceredig Dies
Ceredig was best known in his native country for playing Reg Harries in longstanding soap opera POBOL Y CYM for 29 years.
Controversy brews backstage at THE TALK
"Here’s an idea: bring back AS THE WORLD TURNS. In 54 years, they never had this kind of turmoil. And it was easier to tell the heroes from the villains."
Costume designers Lizzy Gardiner and Tim Chappel won the Tony award for "Priscilla Queen of the Desert" and say they are in love with their craft
Gardiner and Chappel met back in the 80s when he worked as her costume assistant on the Australian soap opera E STREET. "We were just a couple of crazy, naughty, naughty kids," she recalls, noting they got pink-slipped when, on the day of a big wedding scene, they left the bridal gown hanging over a light in the actress' trailer. The dress caught fire and burned the trailer down.
AWOL Korean actress willing to return to set
Actress Han Ye-seul, who went absent without leave from the set of a soap opera and headed to the U.S., on Tuesday said she will return to complete filming the flop. Han has booked a flight scheduled to arrive at Incheon Airport on Wednesday afternoon.
Han's management agency Sidus HQ in a press release said the actress "expressed her intention to return to Seoul promptly and devote herself to the soap until filming is complete." It said she was "exhausted from the hectic shooting schedule and unable to think clearly. She apologizes for causing damage to many people with her sudden departure."