Thursday, January 24, 2008

Evening News

ABC: VIDEO: ALL MY CHILDREN stars Debbi Morgan, Darnell Williams and Rebecca Budig on THE VIEW today.

Variety: Industry hopes costly strike ends. Every show is different, but it's believed showrunners will take anywhere from two weeks (for multicamera laffers) to six weeks (for newer hourlong dramas) to produce their first post-strike episodes. DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES creator-exec producer Marc Cherry recently told KABC-TV that he could finish the full season of his show if the strike ended fairly soon.

San Jose Mercury New: A status report on the writers strike.

TV Guide: GENERAL HOSPITAL's Sarah Brown, Part 2: When Claudia Met Sonny.

MyParkMag: Emma Barton lusts after HOLLYOAKS hunks. The EASTENDERS star - who plays Albert Square's Honey Mitchell - admits she tunes in to the rival soap because it boasts "a lot of attractive men".

Celebrity Baby Blog: Former DAYS OF OUR LIVES actress Christie Clark Barnes, 34, is anxiously awaiting the birth of her first child -- a daughter to be named Hannah -- with husband Thomas Barnes, but one thing she didn't count on was the crazy dreams that came along with the pregnancy. "It's amazing the crazy dreams you have when you're pregnant. Extremely vivid dreams, or maybe I just remember them more because I haven't had the usual wine I have through out the week."

Soap Opera Weekly: Kimberly McCullough's Five Greatest GENERAL HOSPITAL Moments.

AfterElton: AS THE WORLD TURNS update: Casting info and this week's Nuke.

Mansfield News: Angelina Mullins — who passed on a short-term contract with CBS-TV’s GUIDING LIGHT to take “Fosse” - looks forward to a possible future in television and films, she’s also clearly enjoying her current assignment.

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