“It was once very difficult for me realize that more than likely my obituary in the paper will read, ‘Luke of Luke and Laura fame died today.’ It was very upsetting when I came to that realization,” Geary, 68, recalls. “It’s not my favorite time of my life and I don’t think it represents me as a person or an actor. It’s kind of like whenever you are introduced they haul out a high school graduation picture. It can be irritating.”
Paul Telfer has sympathy for the writers who had to rush his short-lived Days of our Lives character, Xander Cook
"I wasn't supposed to start until late November 2014, and then because of Freddie's [Smith] accident they rushed me in like five weeks early. And so a lot of that stuff I think was just them going, 'We've got this story we had in mind, so just generate these scripts as soon as possible. And we will see what takes and what doesn't."
Switched at Birth's Max Adler and The Young and the Restless' Judith Chapman star in LGBT comedy Saugatuck Cures, Out on DVD/VOD Today
Breaking Glass Pictures will be releasing the family-friendly LGBT comedy Saugatuck Cures on DVD and VOD today, June 30, 2015. The comedy stars Max Adler (Glee, Switched at Birth), Judith Chapman (The Young and the Restless), and Danny Mooney.
Saugatuck Cures follows a widowed bed and breakfast owner, Maggie Callaghan (Chapman), living in Saugatuck, Michigan dealing with a second round of cancer. When she can't afford treatment, Maggie's gay son Drew (Adler) becomes determined to raise money for her treatment, yet doesn't have the slightest idea of how to do it.
New survey lists Coronation Street as the favorite TV show in the UK
Bookmaker Ladbrokes conducted a survey in the United Kingdom, and Coronation Street was voted the favorite television series. Downton Abbey was second, with Game of Thrones coming in third.
kykNET & Kie welcome new soapie, Suidooster
M-Net’s Afrikaans Channel, kykNET, will launch a brand new soap opera on Monday, November 16. Titled Suidooster, it is the first soapie to be set in the Western Cape and screened on kykNET & Kie.