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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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‘Supernatural’ Stars Emotional At Their Last Comic-Con Panel; Matt Cohen Set To Direct Episode In Final Season

All good things must come to an end, and although the final season of CW’s Supernatural has yet to air, series stars; Jensen Ackles (Ex-Eric, Days, and Dean Winchester, Supernatural), Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester), Misha Collins (Castiel) and Alexander Calvert (Jack) were overcome with emotion at Sunday’s San Diego Comic-Con Panel as the series is set to wind down after 15 seasons.

Throughout their panel, plenty of nostalgia, tears, and humorous moment ensued. The panel did not focus on spoilers for season 15, but showcased the iconic series for all its glory over its past 14 seasons.

Before the panel came to its conclusion, the cast could no longer contain their emotions and Padalecki even had tissues ready. “We were all backstage promising each other that we weren’t going to cry. And we all knew that we were lying to each other,” Misha Collins and Jared shared.

Ackles thanked the legions of fans in attendance and worldwide: “Thanks for showing up. Without you, we wouldn’t be here. It’s an amazing thing to see. We love you guys very much.”

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In addition to the tears, it was revealed that recurring Supernatural favorite and former General Hospital star, Matt Cohen (Ex-Griffin Munro) will be directing one of the episodes of the series during its final season.  Cohen had previously played a young John Winchester on the sci-fi series.  Jensen Ackles is also set to direct this season, as well.

Supernatural will have its season 15 premiere e on October 10th on the CW.

So, will you miss Supernatural? Comment below.

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‘Beacon Hill’ Prepping Its Long-Awaited Season Two Featuring Soap Notables

A few years back, Beacon Hill was one of the most talked about web series for its soapy cast and bringing same-sex romance, political scandal and familial drama to the table.  And now, it appears after a four year wait\ the creators and the cast are ready to go back into production for its second season.

In order to do that, the producers are driving a crowdfunding campaign via IndieGoGo to raise funds to make their planned production a reality.

Guiding Light and Venice favorite, Crystal Chappell is once again returning in role of “Claire”, along with these daytime fan favorites: Alicia Minshew, Melissa Archer, Ron Raines, John-Paul Lavoisier, Ricky Paull Goldin, Scott Bryce, Tina Sloan, Louise Sorel and the new additions to the cast: Nadia Bjorlin, Jacob Young, Hillary B. Smith, and Marem Hassler who takes over the key role of “Katherine” from Sarah Brown.

The series promises longer episodes than season one, and it will finally deliver to fans the reveal of that cliffhanger: “Who is at the damn door?”

As of Sunday night, there are 43 days left to donate to the fund to help make Beacon Hill second two come to life so they can shoot the series in New England.

Check out this video below from Chappell and company that was released over the weekend.

So, would you like to see season 2 of Beacon Hill? Comment below.

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Shannen Doherty To Appear On ‘Riverdale’ For Season Four Tribute Episode To Luke Perry

More big news on the TV from San Diego Comic-Con on Sunday.  CW’s Riverdale is planning on tribute episode to Luke Perry who passed away earlier this year in March following a massive stroke at the age of 52.  Perry played Archie’s father, Fred Andrews.

Now the series will kick-off its upcoming fourth season with a tribute episode to Perry, which will feature none other than Perry’s dear friend and BH90210 star Shannen Doherty in what will be an ’emotional role’.  The announcement came at SDCC from Riverdale executive producer, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

The tribute episode is said to reflect Perry’s enduring legacy and the indelible imprint his character Fred Andrews had on the series. No details were revealed as to just what part Doherty is playing.

Aguirre-Sacasa said on the relationship between Doherty and Perry: “They were such good friends, and when we were putting together this tribute episode, we wanted to make it as special as possible, and so we asked Shannen to do a pivotal, super-emotional role. She read the script and immediately said ‘yes.’”

Doherty took to social media following the announcement and made this statement:  “I am deeply honored to pay tribute to Luke on Riverdale. The care in which this show takes in honoring his memory is beautiful. He is missed. Today. Tomorrow. Forever.”

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As previously announced, Doherty will also star in the reboot of BH90210 along with original stars: Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling, which will air on Fox.  That series also has plans to honor Perry.

So, what do you think of Shannen coming to Riverdale for the emotional season premiere? Comment below.

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