We’re on total lockdown; they’re locked tight right now. Frank Valentini has sealed up all the leaks. He wants this for the audience.
In the ’80s, that’s what made the show so exciting. You didn’t know what was going to happen next. He wants to make it like that again. All of the actors are so excited about what we’re doing. I honestly don’t know what’s coming up – Frank doesn’t tell us too much in advance.
After reading this I scanned several popular soap opera message boards looking for GH spoilers. There were so many and from so many different sources it's hard to believe there is a crackdown. While some are vague and only tease the story, others reveal quite a bit of detail. Can't the show just stop teasing story at all other than a few very vague spoilers per week?
At the height of daytime soap's ratings success there were no spoilers in the many print publications covering the genre. Of course, many people only had a handful of television stations to choose from as well.
What do you think? Has the abundance of spoilers taken away your enjoyment of your favorite daytime soap? Do they actually make you want to watch more? Even if you try to avoid them it's not always easy. In the past we've had critical outcomes of stories revealed on magazine covers before we watched it on TV. It would be nice if we didn't know the resolution of the Friday cliffhanger before it even airs. Weigh in below in our Comments section.
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