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AMC Celebrate Pine Valley Event in Chicago This Friday!

On Friday, September 23rd, join past & present stars of ABC’s All My Children as they come to the Sidetrack Video Bar in Chicago for one last viewing party in honor of the 41 years on the ABC Network. Join fellow fans of the show and watch the finale with your favorite Pine Valley residents.

Preceding the event, the stars of AMC will appear on ABC 7 Chicago’s “Windy City Live” (9-10am CST) as the show looks back at 41 years of the series and chats with the stars. AMC veterans, Walt Willey (Jackson Montgomery) and Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery), will make special cameo appearances on the broadcast. Following the live viewing of the ABC finale at Sidetrack, stay for a Q&A with the Stars, a raffle of AMC memorabilia, and a Meet & Greet session immediately after.

Co-Hosted by Jason Spitzer (All My Children, Days of Our Lives) and ABC 7 Chicago’s “Windy City Live” co-host Val Warner, scheduled to attend are: Chrishell Stause (Amanda Martin), Matt Borlenghi (Brian Bodine), Chris Bruno (Michael Delaney), Jeffrey Carlson (Zarf/Zoey), William deVry (Michael Cambias), Brian Gaskill (Bobby Warner), and Terri Ivens (Simone Torres). More names and surprises to be announced in the weeks to come! (Talent is subjected to change without notice.)

Doors open at 11am CST. All ticket proceeds go to Season of Concern. General Admission tickets to the event are $25 until September 21st. Tickets will then be available at the door for $35. VIP tickets are $100 and available online only. Remaining tickets are still available at www.seasonofconcern.org Sidetrack Video Bar is located at 3349 N. Halsted St in Chicago, IL. For more information on attending the live taping of “Windy City Live”, go to their website: www.windycitylive.com

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The Kelly Clarkson Show Renewed For Second Season

NBCUniversal has decided to given an early season 2 renewal to The Kelly Clarkson Show, which has been providing strong numbers in syndication, according to Deadline on Monday.

Clarkson, a Grammy Award-Winner and coach on NBC’s singing competition The Voice has a talker that now will take it through the 2020-21 season.

Kelly’s afternoon show ranks as the No.1 new syndicated program.  It made its debut back in September and had the strongest start to any new first-run syndicated series in seven years with an average of 1.9 million viewers per episode.

In addition, The Kelly Clarkson Show is performing in the fourth position among all syndicated daytime talk shows, and the show’s social platforms have gained more than 1.5 million subscribers since September.

In a statement, Tracie Wilson, EVP, Creative Affairs, NBCUniversal Television Distribution said on the pick-up: “The Kelly Clarkson Show is connecting with viewers in a unique way and we are so happy to build on that momentum, bringing Kelly’s brand of humor, heart, and, of course, the incredible ‘Kellyoke,’ to stations for a second season.  It is a privilege to be in business with Kelly and our production team, led by Alex Duda, who have a clear creative vision and a talent for storytelling and creating quality entertainment that invites you in for a good time and leaves you feeling happy.”

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Tamara Braun Says Farewell To GH: “Thank You To All You Wonderful People for Your Love and Support”

Today marks the day for the final appearance of General Hospital’s Tamara Braun in the role of Dr. Kim Nero, according to a post on her Instagram account from the actress herself.

Braun posted: “Want to see Kim Nero one last time? Tune in today to say goodbye. Thank you to all you wonderful people for your love and support. #GH #goodbye #love #support #fans #gratitude #smile #bekind”

Tamara’s latest GH alter-ego (she had previously played Carly Corinthos) of Kim Nero, found herself pining after Franco (Roger Howarth) who now has her beloved Drew Cain’s memories transplanted into his brain, thanks to the horrifying procedure done by the late Shiloh and Dr. Cabot.  Kim has also been grieving for months the loss of her son, Oscar.

Watch to see how Kim exits Port Charles on the ABC daytime drama series.

Share your thoughts on Tamara leaving General Hospital via the comment section below.

 

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Former GH and DAYS Star Tyler Christopher Update: Judge Rejects Plea From Police To Put Actor In Treatment Program

Daytime Emmy winner, Tyler Christopher (ex-Stefan, DAYS; ex-Nikolas, GH), who was arrested back on November 11th for public intoxication, pled guilty to two counts of misdemeanor public intoxication, according to a report from TMZ.

The report also notes that the judge in the case rejected the plea of a police officer who begged the court to put Tyler into an alcoholism treatment program.

As previously reported, Tyler was booked on his birthday and was behind bars for two days until being released.  The incident happened in Indiana, where the actor has been residing with his family.

For the public intoxication incident, Christopher will need to pay a $440 fine.

In addition, police noted that they had received multiple calls about Tyler being intoxicated since September 14.

We hate reporting this difficult news.  All of is in the daytime community love Tyler and wish him well and want the best for him.  He is one of the finest actors ever in this genre.

Share your thoughts on the latest on Tyler Christopher via the comment section below.

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