UK: Soapland's Hottest Hunks - Scott Maslen, Marc Elliot and Danny Mac
The 10 hottest guys in British soaps. Dodger Savage (Danny Mac) of HOLLYOAKS was chosen No. 1.
NBC And Amazon Add FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, PARENTHOOD And More To Prime Instant Video
Prime customers will now be able to watch already-aired seasons of these shows, plus hundreds more. As per usual, they can stream these episodes on Kindle Fire, iPad, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3. Amazon is also offering a month of free Prime status for users who aren’t enrolled in the premium service.
ONE LIFE TO LIVE alum Jason Tam to co-star in a new production of Stephen Sondheim's Marry Me A Little
The musical, originally debuting Off-Off-Broadway in 1980, tells the tale of two lonely New York City singles who clash in their one-room apartments. The songs in the show are actually tunes cut from other Sondheim musicals, arranged to tell the story, and some brand new songs are being added to this production.
SMASH Executive Producers Tapped for Oscar Gig
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will produce this year’s Oscars ceremony.
“We hope to utilize our experience in producing features, TV and theater to bring something fresh and special to this incredible awards show,” the men said in a statement. “When we filmed The Bucket List, we made our own personal bucket list, and producing the Oscars was No. 1. It’s truly a great honor.”
Deidre Hall celebrated at 4,000th episode milestone
Deidre Hall made DAYS OF OUR LIVES history this week when her landmark 4,000th episode of the NBC soap aired — and we have your exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the emotional celebration that ensued for the woman behind Salem’s matriarch with the most, Marlena Evans Black.
Tessa Ferrer joins GREY'S ANATOMY
Little is known about her character, but it’s a safe bet that she will be playing one of the new interns at S.G. — or possibly another hospital to be featured in the coming season.
GLEE Exec Promises New Romance For Finn, Touts a Not-That-Innocent Rachel
“Rachel’s not innocent anymore,” previews executive producer Brad Falchuk of Lea Michele’s college freshman. “It’s nice to write her a little stronger.”
Helping to bring Rachel out of her shell will be her determined new suitor Brody (played by Dean Geyer). “She’s now not coming from a place when she met Finn, where she was like this totally insecure, annoying little girl,” he says. “Now she’s a woman and she’s been through a lot and she’s achieved a lot. So she approaches boys differently, with a different kind of confidence and a different kind of maturity. There’s not as much, ‘Don’t mention sex.’”