Thursday, November 1, 2012

NEWS ROUNDUP: Adam Gregory Returns To 90210; Drake Hogestyn's Rugby Plan; Anders Hove To GH?

BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL Adam Gregory returning to 90210
His character, Ty, will return for an episode in which we see how his character would've fared had Annie (Shenae Grimes) never moved to Beverly Hills. The two had a romance in Season 1, but matters got complicated when Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) revealed he got her pregnant after a one-night stand. They eventually agree on adoption and after the birth in the Season 1 finale, Ty was never to be seen again.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES cast visits South Africa
Actors Drake Hogestyn, Arianne Zucker and Galen Gering arrived last Sunday for their five-day South African tour as a form of giving back to their fans as the soap remains the most popular shows in its genre on South African television.

Hogestyn revealed to The New Age that he was working on a multimillion dollar plan that involves South Africa to introduce rugby to the American market.

GUIDING LIGHT alum Frank Grillo Confirmed To Play Crossbones In Captain America: The Winter Soldier
He joins a cast that is already set to include Chris Evans, who will return as the patriotic hero, Sebastian Stan, who will play the resurrected Bucky Barnes, and Anthony Mackie, who will be playing Cap's new sidekick The Falcon.

Is Anders Hove on His Way Back to GENERAL HOSPITAL
Word on the street is the ABC sudser is doing everything in its power to get Anders Hove to reprise the role of the deadly supervillain.

Hurricane Sandy damages 666 PARK AVENUE sets
The show’s set, which is located at Cine Magic Riverfront Studios in Brooklyn, overlooking the New York City skyline, suffered severe damages after water flooded the building Monday night.

“I went to check them out on the night of the storm at 10 p.m. and they were under 6 feet of water — the entire complex,” says Peter Kapsalis, owner of Cine Magic Riverfront Studios. “It wasn’t in very good shape.”

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: Ryan Murphy talks the shocking fate of [SPOILER] and reveals Franka Potente's super-secret role
On last night's "Nor’easter" episode: "It's very strange and somewhat sad. We wrote this script I think in June. We based it on several big 50s and 60s Nor’easters that hit the East Coast, obviously not as severe as the one that just hit. It’s very eerie.."

Fox Buys Greek God Action Drama From Peter Berg And Taylor Sheridan
OLYMPUS, from Universal TV and Berg and Sarah Aubrey’s studio-based Film 44, is described as “Bourne by way of 300.” It centers on a decorated soldier-turned-spy who finds out he actually is descended from the Greek Gods and may just be humanity’s last hope.

Stephen Collins Lands Guest Spot on SCANDAL
Collins will guest star as a reporter.

GLEE's Jayma Mays Joins FX's THE LEAGUE For Multi-Episode Arc
Little is know about Mays’s character, except that she’s an interior decorator and will appear in two episodes of the underrated comedy’s current fourth season.

BREAKING BAD Encouraging Fans To Donate To Cancer Charity Slammed By Watchdog Group
Fans of the AMC hit have given $125,000 to the National Cancer Coalition after the show promoted the charity on a website.

The problem: NCC spends 70 percent to 84 percent of donations on fundraising, according to Charity Watch, whose president warns: "This is not a group you want to contribute to."

HELL ON WHEELS Showrunner John Shiban Departs, Series’ Renewal On Hold
The show's pickup has been put on hold until a new showrunner is found.

GOSSIP GIRL: When Soap Opera Smut Just Isn't Enough
"The characters are extremely poorly developed, the plot is inconsistent, the writers make casual references to drugs and eating disorders, the stories are just plain boring... and I am still watching."

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