Thursday, April 4, 2013

NEWS: Jack Wagner Talks GH, Daytime Emmys Will Showcase Past 40 Years, GLEE's Heather Morris Is Pregnant

GENERAL HOSPITAL's Jack Wagner on golf, soaps — and his surprise daughter
Wagner says that if “Twitter is a way to measure fan reaction, it’s been pretty crazy. The 50th anniversary has been a pretty big deal, to have a show that runs 50 years, first of all. And to have everyone back on the show has had such a massive impact.”

The reunion has been leading up to this week’s Nurses Ball, which was an annual event on the show in its heyday. Wagner’s Frisco Jones will play the event, but he says he’s also had fun exploring “the tracks of the character, who really did abandon his family, which we got into. He wasn’t trying to justify what he did, but he reconnected with his daughter, which was very emotional and deep, which was important. That humanizes the character, as someone who’s not without sensitivity or awareness.”

What Can You Expect From The 2013 Daytime Emmys?
This year is the 40th anniversary of the Daytime Emmys as well as THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS, and with GENERAL HOSPITAL celebrating 50 years on the air, it's the perfect time to celebrate daytime's illustrious history. "We'll definitely be looking at past, present and future with regards to daytime television," Gornell promises. "It's our own 40th and that will anchor the theme. It'll work nicely as we honor all the anniversaries that we'll be celebrating at the same time."

And of course, you can't celebrate history without plenty of clips to illustrate it! "We're going to put particular emphasis on the wonderful clips from years past," he adds. "I can tell you everybody is excited to see wonderful clips celebrating 40 years of achievements. This year, more than any other, we're going to be embracing that."

GLEE's Heather Morris Is Pregnant: Glee Actress Expecting First Child
Morris, who plays ditzy cheerleader Brittany on the FOX smash, has long been vocal about her eagerness to start a family with boyfriend Taylor Hubbell -- even if it means quitting showbiz.

Making the music of NASHVILLE
"There's just incredible writers in Nashville," says NASHVILLE music supervisor Frankie Pine. "Giving these writers a spotlight is what I think our show really does, more than it is about an artist per se. That's what I am most proud of on this show in particular."

NASHVILLE Stars Perform at Tin Pan South Festival
"Should we Rayna-and-Deacon it up?" Connie Britton asked her Nashville co-star Charles Esten on stage Tuesday night at Music City's jam-packed 3rd & Lindsley club, before the duo debuted "At the End of the Day." The song, a slow-burning relationship requiem yet to air on the ABC country music drama, was one of many moments that made a two-plus-hour concert celebrating the series' music feel like a scene ripped from its scripts.

THE WALKING DEAD's Tyreese, Sasha and Beth Upgraded to Series Regulars for Season 4
Chad L. Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green, who recurred on Season 3 of The Walking Dead as Tyreese and Sasha, have been upgraded to series regulars for the fourth season of AMC’s zombie-apocalypse smash.

EASTENDERS star Shona McGarty is recording her first pop songs — thanks to Florence and the Machine
The Albert Square actress, who plays wildchild Whitney Dean, has been given some expensive studio time by the hit band’s manager. McGarty told The Sun: “I’m always writing and singing my own songs so I am going into the studio to record some of them.”

She did not say what the tracks were about — but has plenty of material after splitting from boyfriend and EASTENDERS star Matt Lapinskas.

Is South Africa soap GENERATIONS killing its own ratings?
The popular soap has come under scrutiny by quite a few fans.

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