Sunday, December 23, 2012

NEWS ROUNDUP: 'S' Word On EASTENDERS; Prospect Park Extension; Tracy Middendorf Charity

No Shagging Allowed! Viewers Complain After EASTENDERS' Alfie Moon Utters The 'S' Word
Viewers complained to the BBC after Alfie Moon, played by Shane Richie, squared up to love rival Derek Branning on Thursday night's episode of the soap and accused him of "shagging" his wife, played by Jessie Wallace.

But the seemingly innocent word prompted viewers to call the BBC and complain - and the word soon started trending on the social networking site.

COUNTRYFILE host Julia Bradbury wrote: "The word 'shagging' used on EastEnders seems to have caused quite a pre-watershed stir this evening....?"

A BBC insider told The Sun that the word had been used before on the soap and they had only received 45 complaints.

REPORT: ABC Gives Prospect Park Additional Time to Reboot ALL MY CHILDREN and ONE LIFE TO LIVE; Will It Be at GENERAL HOSPITAL's Expense?
Jamey Giddens reports: "I'm hearing that ABC has in fact granted Prospect Park an extension on their license agreement. Whereas PP originally had to get production of AMC and OLTL off the ground by the end of January 2013, they reportedly now have until the end of February."

DAYS OF OUR LIVES alum Tracy Middendorf starts 'Shutter To Think' charity project
The seasoned actress, who settled with her family in Brooklyn, away from the glitzy and glamorous Hollywood, is also an invested activist. Inspired by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn’s Half the Sky tome, she decided to give back by making use of the digital age and her passion for photography. Hence, she recently launched "Shutter To Think," a project that funds education programs for girls with globally recognized organizations. She played Carrie Brady on DAYS OF OUR LIVES.

CORONATION STREET's Jane Danson: 'I wore Leanne's wedding dress for 18 days'
Danson told The Sun: "I got married at Christmas time myself so it felt quite weird filming a wedding at the same time.

"It's a really lovely winter wonderland setting though and it's got a lovely Christmas theme.

"Mind you, I am not so sure about the wedding dress. On day two it felt like a novelty but by day 18 of wearing it I was like, 'OMG! I have spent more time in this dress than my own!' I was so over it by the end."

ABC Pulls Remaining Episodes Of 666 PARK AVE From Sundays, Will Burn Off During Summer
With ABC's Tuesday comedy block gone in mid-March, the network has found a temporary home for some of the leftover episodes of the block’s two current series, HAPPY ENDING and DON'T TRUST THE B—- IN APT. 23. For the first three weeks in January, ABC will air new episodes of the two comedies in the Sunday 10 p.m. hour while also running originals in the shows’ regular Tuesday 9-10 p.m. slots.
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