Former ‘General Hospital’ Actor Johnny Wactor Killed In Downtown Los Angeles Shooting

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former “General Hospital” actor Johnny Wactor was shot and killed when he interrupted thieves stealing the catalytic converter from his car in Los Angeles, his family […]

Johnny Wactor Dies: ‘General Hospital’ & ‘Siberia’ Actor Was 37

‘General Hospital’ Shakes Up Writers Room; Patrick Mulcahey Is Out As Co-Head

‘The Bold And The Beautiful’ Brings Back Popular Actor In Shocking Reversal

Marla Adams Dies: ‘The Young And The Restless’ Daytime Emmy Winner Was 85

CBS Greenlights First Black Daytime Soap Opera In 35 Years

The network has handed out a formal series order to The Gates. The network on Monday announced that the series, following the lives of a wealthy Black family in a posh, gated community, will debut in January 2025. The specific time period, launch date and other details will be revealed later. The official series pickup comes a month after CBS announced it was teaming with the NAACP to develop The Gates.

Barbara Rush, Classy Star Of 1950s Melodramas, Dies At 97

Soap Star Jennifer Leak Dies At 76

Robyn Bernard, ‘General Hospital’ Star, Dies At 64

CBS Venture With NAACP Developing Daytime Drama About Black Family

CBS Studios’s joint venture with the NAACP is developing a new daytime drama about a Black family that is expected to air on the CBS Television Network. The series, The Gates, will be co-produced by P&G Studio, a division of big advertiser Procter & Gamble.

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Actress Arianne Zucker Sues Show’s Producer For Sexual Harassment

Zucker’s lawsuit claims that producer Albert Alarr enjoyed filming aggressive sex scenes and threesome sequences.

Daytime TV Ratings: How Many People Are Watching The Soaps Versus Last Year

There’s been no shortage of buzz surrounding General Hospital lately. If the show isn’t making noise for its Daytime Emmy win for Outstanding Drama in December, then it’s drumming up excitement for the return of Steve Burton as Jason Morgan this year, as well as the return of Eden McCoy from a brief hiatus, and how it’s bringing on new showrunners to keep the drama hopping in Port Charles. But the linear ratings tell a slightly different story, if not a depressing one — especially for those who are rooting for the survival of broadcast television. According to season-to-date ratings versus one year ago, GH is down 9% among total viewers (2.2M vs. 2.4M) and down 9% in women 18+ (1.6M vs. 1.8M).

Amanda Davies, ‘One Life To Live’ Alum And Daughter Of Soap Legend Erika Slezak, Dies At 42

Bill Hayes, Longtime Star Of ‘Days Of Our Lives,’ Dies At 98

‘General Hospital’ Replaces Head Writers With Vets Patrick Mulcahey, Elizabeth Korte

David Gail, ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ And ‘Port Charles’ Actor, Dies At 58

Steve Burton Is Returning To ‘General Hospital’

‘General Hospital’: Kirsten Storms’ Maxie Temporarily Recast

Tyler Christopher, ‘General Hospital’ Actor, Dies At 50

The actor won a Daytime Emmy Award for his performance as Nikolas Cassadine on the ABC soap opera. (ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)

Rena Sofer Returns To ‘General Hospital’ As Fan Favorite Lois After More Than 25 Years

It’s been nearly 30 years but Rena Sofer still remembers her line from a classic scene on ABC’s “General Hospital” in 1994 when her character jumped out of a cake […]

Soap-Like Recasting On ‘Days Of Our Lives’

Billy Miller, ‘Young And The Restless’ Daytime Emmy Winner, Dies At 43

Charles “Chip” Dox Dies: Former ‘General Hospital’ Production Designer & Art Director Was 80

Hersha Parady, ‘Little House On The Prairie’ Actress, Dies At 78

‘General Hospital’: Walt Willey Sets Return, Reprising ‘All My Children’ Role

Sharon Farrell, ‘The Young And The Restless’ Actress, Dies At 82

Albert Alarr Exits ‘Days of Our Lives’ Following Reported Misconduct Investigation, Janet Drucker Elevated To Co-Executive Producer

Days of Our Lives executive producer Albert Alarr has left the NBC soap opera after 20 years working for the show. His departure comes after a reported internal misconduct investigation by Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show. Janet Drucker, who has been a producer on Days of Our Lives since the 1980s, has stepped into his role as co-executive producer.

‘General Hospital’ Using Temporary Writers To Stay On Air Amid WGA Strike

The ABC daytime soap is now employing temporary writers — that is, writers who have agreed to work despite the strike — to pen upcoming episodes. Sources say that so-called “fi-core” writers (or “financial core,” meaning they have rescinded their guild membership to pursue work) were brought on last week to start generating scripts in anticipation of the pre-strike stockpile running out.

Lisa Rinna Slams ‘Days Of Our Lives‘ ‘Disgusting’ Work Environment In Wake Of Bombshell Misconduct Report

Days of Our Lives vet Lisa Rinna is reacting to a scathing report alleging workplace misconduct at the hands of longtime co-executive producer/director Albert Alarr. Alarr was the subject of a nine-week internal investigation amid complaints that he had been “abusive” to staffers, making them “feel uncomfortable and humiliated.”

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Staff Cuts & Work Environment Scrutinized As Co-EP Albert Alarr Faced Misconduct Investigation

According to multiple sources, there has been shock, disbelief, disappointment and anger among cast and crew following the outcome of an internal investigation into misconduct allegations against longtime Days of Our Lives director/co-executive producer Albert Alarr.

Brett Hadley, ‘Young And The Restless’ Star, Dies At 92

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Star Deidre Hall Celebrates 5,000 Episodes, Making Her Soap’s Longest-Running Actress

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Star Camila Banus Exits After 13 Years

Dick Van Dyke Books Guest Star Gig On Peacock’s ‘Days Of Our Lives’

Elizabeth Hubbard, Soap Star On ‘As the World Turns’ And ‘The Doctors,’ Dies At 89

Sonya Eddy, ‘General Hospital Vet, Dead At 55

Steve Burton Joins ‘Days Of Our Lives’ On Peacock

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Actor James Lastovic Found Alive After Going Missing In Hawaii

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Actor James Lastovic Reported Missing In Hawaii

Final NBC Scene Of ‘Days Of Our Lives’ Cut Short By King’s Speech

Longtime New York viewers of Days of Our Lives got the ultimate Friday cliffhanger today, when the final scene of the final broadcast episode of NBC’s long-running soap was cut short for live coverage of King Charles III’s speech. The soap moves to the Peacock streaming service on Monday.