Tuesday, March 25, 2014

NEWS: Y&R Turning 41 With Guest Star Drew Carey; Cady McClain's First Day; SCANDAL's Columbus Short in Alleged Scuffle; TEEN WOLF Actor Leaving; Tessa Ferrer & Gaius Charles Out at GREY'S ANATOMY

THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Turns 41 With Help From Drew Carey
Y&R will celebrate its 41st anniversary on Wednesday, March 26 with a guest appearance by Drew Carey and an epic flashback from 1981 that's sure to leave fans buzzing. Look for Hilary (Mishael Morgan) and Neil (Kristoff St. John) to visit The Price Is Right while on their business trip to L.A., plus a vintage clip featuring Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) and Paul (Doug Davidson) fresh from their skinny-dipping adventure 33 years ago.

Cady McClain on her first day at THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS: 'I had fun'
"After I was all dolled up, Peter [Bergman] and I had some time to do some catching up about old pals we both knew and remembered fondly, as well as the wonderful examples actors like David Canary and James Mitchell set for us. We both felt so lucky to experience those golden days."

"They did a really nice thing for me: the stage manager announced my name to everyone and they all applauded to welcome me to the show. I mean, seriously. I don’t know if I’ve ever had that! WOW."

SCANDAL Actor Accused Of Knocking Out A Dude At Westside Dive Bar
Columbus Short, who portrays Harrison Wright on the ABC drama, is at the center of a criminal investigation stemming from a March 15 scuffle, sources told TMZ. He was attending his friends' engagement party at Gabe's Bar and Grill in Rancho Park at around 10:45 p.m. when another guest at the party started throwing shade, essentially saying, "You might be richer than me but I get my girls to buy me everything I want including your wife."

That led Short to sucker punch the 37-year-old man, pummeling him until the victim was unconscious and "looked dead," a witness told TMZ. The victim's nose was broken and he was rushed to a hospital.

Netflix Dropping Fox’s ‘24′ From Streaming Queue
Netflix’s rights to “24″ — 202 episodes in all — expire April 1. That comes a little more than a month before Fox is set to bring Sutherland’s superagent Jack Bauer back to TV with “24: Live Another Day,” an event series set to bow May 5 with a two-hour special.

But Netflix’s loss will be Amazon’s gain, as the online retailer will continue to offer the past seasons of ”24″ to members of its Prime Instant Video service after April 1, letting fans binge-watch before the premiere of the new season on TV.

Double elimination on DANCING WITH THE STARS
Former soap actor and Indie Series Awards winner Billy Dee Williams was not eliminated.

Tessa Ferrer & Gaius Charles leaving GREY'S ANATOMY
Ferrer and Charles are not getting their contracts picked up for next season. It is unclear whether they could make guest appearances in the future. Ferrer and Charles, along with Camilla Luddington and Jerikka Hinton, joined ABC's GREY'S ANATOMY as recurring last season, playing new interns. All four got promoted to regular heading into the current 10th season of the medical drama, which is poised to return next fall after stars Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey inked new deals to continue on the show.

TEEN WOLF Shocker: Fan Favorite Is Not Returning for Season 4
Following the shocking death of the MTV hit's female lead, Allison (Crystal Reed), and Aiden (Max Carver) in Monday's finale, executive producer Jeff Davis exclusively reveals to E! News that Daniel Sharman, who plays fan-favorite werewolf Isaac, will not be returning for the fourth season when it premieres in June.

"Daniel Sharman came to us, much like Crystal did, and said that he wanted to go out for pilot season and for movies and try something new," Davis says.

Thaao Penghlis coming back to GENERAL HOSPITAL
Penghlis (Victor; ex-Tony/Andre, DAYS) announced on Twitter that he'll be back on the soap. "I just was asked back on GH on the 31st. So happy to announce.Oh what disturbances & romance will be taking place. Hullo Spencer," he wrote.

Oprah Moving OWN Headquarters to West Hollywood
Among the perks: the CIM Group property, located at 1041 North Formosa Ave., will offer OWN executives and producers access to screening rooms and sound stages. The network has had to do without the latter in its office park locale at 5700 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles’ Miracle Mile neighborhood, which it has occupied since its launch. Deal terms for the Formosa space were not disclosed.

Kassie Wesley DePaiva interview at Horror Hound 2014 Cincinnati OH

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