NEWS: Betty White, Julia Barr, Muhney, Soapsical

Betty White to star in TV Land pilot HOT IN CLEVELAND
The show revolves around three eccentric fortysomething best friends from L.A. (Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick) who wind up stuck in Cleveland and decide to stay there when they realize the locals consider them glamorous. White plays a grumpy and opinionated lady who has lived in the cottage of the trio's Cleveland house for 50 years.

ALL MY CHILDREN picked up in Australia
ALL MY CHILDREN is heading to a network down under, following a license deal secured by Toronto-based distributor The Fremantle Corporation. Fremantle confirmed that AMC has now been sold in more than 20 countries worldwide.

INTERVIEW: AMC's returning Julia Barr (Brooke)
"For now I’ll be there for a few months … but stay tuned! Anything can happen."

Peabody firefighter plays a rescuer on ATWT
Kevin Pasdon is a lifesaver on-screen and off. The Peabody native is a firefighter in his home city, but he is also an actor with a fledgling career on television. Today, he will appear as an emergency medical technician on AS THE WORLD TURNS.

"Soapsical" coming back in February
Bree Williamson, Jason Tam, Chris Stack and Bethann Bonner will be returning to the the Laurie Beechman Theater in New York on Tuesday February 9th and Saturday February 13th in the new musical comedy, "Queen Bea: A Soapsical!" which had its sold-out concert premiere last November.

INTERVIEW: Y&R's Michael Muhney (Adam)
"I've been able to sample different slices of demographics -- those who peruse the Internet, those who are casual viewers, those who are die-hard but aren't online, critics, of course, cast members -- it's interesting to see everyone's take on this character. But I can tell you that at the end of the day, it's just fun going into work knowing that I'm going to be playing a part like this."

Covies sparkle on the red carpet and cruise cosmos of worldwide web
COVIES creator Len Collin is clearly an experienced storyline writer. While editing appeared a little rough at some stages and acting uneven, it must be remembered that this series was made on a shoestring budget.


  1. I wonder at what point in AMC's history the Aussies will start their viewing? Will it be in sync with the U.S. or behind a month or year?

    Will they be fortunate enough to skip the Chuck Pratt year?

    Is OLTL syndicated to international markets (other than Canada)?

  2. Not too happy about Oz getting All My Children. Would have preferred General Hospital.