Tuesday, January 5, 2016

NEWS: Heather Tom, John Stamos, Michael Weatherly, Steven Avery, Matt Bomer, Corbin Bleu

Heather Tom directed Tuesday's episode of The Bold and the Beautiful
Tuesday's episode of B&B is a very special one for Heather Tom, who stars as Katie Logan Spencer. “Be sure to watch … It's my directorial debut!" Tom tweeted. Support from her fellow castmates was immediate. “I LOVE sitting on a bed while a beautiful woman calls the shots!! Brava, Heather!” tweeted John McCook (Eric). Katherine Kelly Lang, who plays Katie’s big sister, Brooke, added, “Go sis!! Yea!! U are amazing."

E! renews The Royals for Season 3
The hit primetime soap opera has been renewed in advance of its Season 2 finale.

GH's Jason (Billy Miller) and Sam (Kelly Monaco)
Disney used General Hospital characters to promote ESPN’s New Year’s Eve College Football Playoffs
An episode last week of the ABC soap opera contained no less than seven references to the playoffs.

General Hospital alum John Stamos on his DUI arrest: "It was really stupid and ignorant of me”
"I could have hurt somebody... I hated myself for that,” Stamos told Howard Stern on Monday.

Loving alum and NCIS star Michael Weatherly gets three years probation after pleading no contest to DUI
Weatherly will also have to participate in a three-month Mother’s Against Drunk Driving alcohol program.

President Obama can’t pardon Making a Murderer's Steven Avery
The president’s pardon power is constitutionally limited to federal crimes, and Avery is in prison for a state crime. So the two petitions calling on Obama to pardon Avery and nephew Brendan Dassey that have attracted more than 200,000 signatures won't be successful.

Lily Collins to star opposite Guiding Light alum Matt Bomer on The Last Tycoon
Collins, the daughter of Phil Collins, will play Kelsey Grammer’s daughter on the Amazon pilot based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final unfinished novel.

Turner to blur the lines between its TV shows and commercials
Turner plans to announce this week "Turner Native Plus,” which will help to extend TV show content into the commercials.

Eric Nelsen and Corbin Bleu to star in L.A. play "The Dodgers"
Eric Nelsen (ex-AJ, All My Children) and Corbin Bleu (ex-Jeffrey, One Life to Live) will be featured in the Los Angeles production of The Dodgers, beginning January 30 at the Hudson Theatre. According the the show’s official website, the play is about “four boys in a band who expect to play music, do drugs and make love must face a lottery that will send at least one of them to Vietnam, propelling them to take daring and dangerous steps to dodge the draft.”

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