Sunday, September 23, 2007

News Brief

TMZ: Not to Worry -- Ex-The Young and the Restless star Shemar Moore is Here to Stay.

Snark Weighs In: Ratings Shocker: Days of our Lives Falls to Dead Last in Ratings.

Press Association: Former EastEnders star Dean Gaffney is set to follow in the footsteps of A-listers Daniel Radcliffe, Robert De Niro and Kate Winslet, by bagging a guest spot in the hit comedy Extras.

Variety: Smaller cablers like Soapnet flip for scripts. More original spinoffs are in development at SoapNet, says Brian Frons, president of daytime for the Disney-ABC TV Group, citing "One Life to Live" and "The Young & the Restless" as eager candidates for cloning.

North County Times: Erica Kane may not be so selfish after all. The All My Children diva, played by Susan Lucci, will focus attention on her grandson's deafness in upcoming episodes.

Times Herald-Record: For a group of Orange County dancers, one of the studios featured in this week's season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars" might look familiar. That's because All My Children star Cameron Mathison, one of 12 contestants for the fifth season of the reality-show dance competition, spent three days rehearsing at Joanne's Dance Studio in Blooming Grove in late August.

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