NEWS: Tuc Watkins, Charles Shaughnessy, Julian Fellowes, Mark Valley

Daddy Dearest: Soap Star Tuc Watkins Has One Life To Live & Two Kids To Love
Aside from the obvious obstacles a gay man might face in the pursuit of fatherhood, there were other considerations like how, when, and with whom. Watkins (David Vickers on One Life to Live) said he had been in some relationships, some that were very good, but he didn’t want to create a family in a relationship or enter into a relationship that wasn’t true simply for the sake of having children. So doing it alone was something to consider.

“I saw adoption as an option and fostering as an option. And, then a couple of my friends entertained the idea of surrogacy. And, then I started learning about it and checked out some service agencies online, and I thought, ‘I think this is for me.’ That was for me.”

Days of our Lives and Another World alum Mark Valley to recur during second season of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce
Valley will portray “confident and charming TV personality” Dr. Harris, who’ll pursue Lisa Edelstein’s character in the upcoming season.

Primetime Emmy campaigning goes into overdrive for TV actors and producers
“It’s a little bit like a political campaign,” says Masters of Sex executive producer Michelle Ashford. “I’m shocked that it has gotten to this level. I’ve been on a lot of panels this year.” Adds star Lizzy Caplan: “I imagine it would be really sh–ty if you didn’t like talking about your show.”

Excellent, Elegant 'My Fair Lady' Graces the Stage at Theatre by the Sea
"Charles Shaughnessy heads the cast in a starring turn as Professor Henry Higgins. Though Shaughnessy is more popularly known for his work in television (Days of our Lives, The Nanny), he is clearly at home and entirely in his element on stage. His performance is energized and commanding, from Higgins' opening line in Covent Garden to the final strains of 'I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face.'"

How TV Shows Are Beaming Over the Supreme Court's Gay Marriage Ruling
From the White House to Westeros, from Litchfiled Pen to McKinley High, your favorite TV shows have been sharing the love all day following Friday morning's Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states.

How Pedro, 'Ellen,' 'Will & Grace' and other gay TV icons helped pave the way for same-sex marriage
"Gay characters, and openly-gay performers, didn't suddenly take over television, but they were present in far greater numbers than ever before, in virtually every type of programming available. Those shows not only made straight viewers more familiar and comfortable with gay culture, but inspired many gay men and women in their audiences to come out to the world around them."

Here’s what happened to every single woman Jerry dated on Seinfeld
As the World Turns stars Renee Props (Ellie Snyder) and Melanie Smith (Emily Stewart) played two of the many women Jerry dated on Seinfeld.

Julian Fellowes: Downton Abbey may be reborn as a movie or a play or a musical or a ballet
"Who knows if we’ve seen the last of it? But we do know we’ve seen the last of the television series. This will be the ending."

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