Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Evening News

Access Hollywood: New 'Knight Rider' Star Justin Bruening Injured On Set! Bruening, who left "All My Children" earlier this year, experienced a knee injury Friday afternoon while filming a fight scene,” a NBC publicity rep said in the statement. “He was taken to the hospital and was treated and released. He’s in good spirits and is looking forward to returning to work soon.”

TV Guide Canada: Victoria Rowell Uncensored: Part Two. "I was told by a friend on-set [at Y&R] that I’d have to be voted back in! How’s that for an exclusive? I found it ghastly, to be honest. By the way, I loved Jack Smith’s writing! Smith’s show was clearly an extension of Bell’s show and legacy."

National Ledger: Nathaniel Marston Wants Another Shot on "One Life to Live."

The Futon Critic: A beautiful businesswoman gets more than she bargained for after hiring a handsome stranger as her groom in the Oxygen romantic comedy Husband For Hire, premiering Saturday, January 19 at 8 p.m. (all times ET/PT). The all-star cast is led by Mark Consuelos ("All My Children") and Nadine Velazquez, with television veterans Mario Lopez ("The Bold and the Beautiful"), Erik Estrada and Tempestt Bledsoe rounding out the cast.

Soap Opera Digest: Dylan Bruce's first daytime part was literally a rat, and his current gig — as the eighth actor to take on ATWT's troublesome role of Chris Hughes — already has him in the rocky position of possibly having caused the near death of Oakdale's beloved patriarch. "I've tested five or six times, so when I started auditioning and screen-testing for soaps, I would watch to see how the other actors performed, get a feel for the show, try to understand the character I was testing for, who they were involved with. I started watching a lot of soaps."

NBC: Episode 23 of "Coastal Dreams" titled "The Rescue" is now online. Only one more episode to go.

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