|Teresa Castillo with her husband and daughter.|
Castillo, who plays Sabrina Santiago on GH, tweeted the news on Monday morning along with a family photo: "Someone's getting a little brother...👶💙"
Anthony Geary reflects on his career at General Hospital
"Genie was only 17 at the time, and I was 32," Geary said. "They had Luke become obsessed with her, which led to the rape, which was then romanticized to my great regret through the years. Ironically, the audience had as much sympathy for the rapist as they did for the victim, which nobody quite understood. I certainly didn't. After that, Luke became more of a focal point."
Brad Maule on his General Hospital days and new life as acting teacher
On why he was let go from GH: "You never really understand the mechanics of it all. But if you were over 30 and had been on the show for awhile they began to use you less and less. Also, when a new producer comes in, they try and put their stamp on things by getting rid of the old regime. It’s the same everywhere. But I’m happy to say I survived eight producers."
On Anthony Geary, whose final episode of GH airs today: "Tony is a wonderful guy. He never fell for the hype of being the most famous soap opera actor. He burns hot and loves his work and has a passion for it."
|Ashley Benson and Blake Berris|
Berris, who played Nick Fallon on Days, will appear on an upcoming episode of PLL but details about his character have not been revealed. Berris' former Days co-star, Ashley Benson, now stars in Pretty Little Liars and posted a photo of the two of them with the caption: "Sooooo excited this guy is here @blakeberris haven't worked with him since I was 17 ❤️❤️❤️ #friends."
Broadcasting & Cable's annual TCA-eve poll reveals early fall favorites
Based on B&C's very informal annual survey of TV critics, ABC's The Muppets is the most anticipated new fall show, closely followed by CBS' Supergirl and The CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Least anticipated—and this doesn’t hold true for everyone—are Fox’s Rosewood and Grandfathered, with shows such as Fox’s The Grinder falling somewhere in the middle.
Dallas star Josh Henderson cast as male lead in E!'s The Arrangement pilot
Henderson, most recently known for his role as John Ross Ewing on the Dallas reboot, has been cast as Kyle West, a guy "poised to become and A-list international movie star" as long as he can keep up appearances and keep his secrets from getting out.