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DEVIOUS MAIDS Season Three To Bow June 1st With Susan Lucci, Nathan Owens, Brianna Brown & John O'Hurley!

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Lifetime’s critically-acclaimed hit series Devious Maids eturns for a third season on a new night, Mondays at 9PM ET/PT, beginning June 1st leading into the series premiere of “UnREAL” at 10PM ET/PT.

Executive produced by Marc Cherry and Eva Longoria, Devious Maids follows five maids with ambition and dreams of their own while working for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills. Devious Maids is set in a world where murder and mayhem collide in the mansions of Beverly Hills’ wealthiest and most powerful families. Class warfare has never been as fun and dirty as it is in the tony enclave where the staff is as clever, witty and downright as devilish as their employers.

The series has centered on a close-knit group of maids, Marisol (Ana Ortiz), Rosie (Dania Ramírez), Carmen (Roselyn Sánchez), Valentina (Edy Ganem) and Zoila (Judy Reyes), who are bonded together by their jobs, life struggles and the melodramatic universe that engulfs their employers. “Devious Maids” also stars Susan Lucci (“All My Children”), Grant Show (“Melrose Place”), Rebecca Wisocky (“The Mentalist”), Tom Irwin (“Grey’s Anatomy”) and Drew Van Acker (“Pretty Little Liars”). Brianna Brown (“Graceland”) and Brett Cullen (“The Dark Knight Rises”) make a return to the series this season, joining new cast members Naya Rivera (“Glee”), Gilles Marini (“Sex and the City”), Cristián de la Fuente (“Valiant Love”), John O’Hurley (“General Hospital”), Justina Machado (“Six Feet Under”), Nathan Owens (“Days of Our Lives”) and Julie Claire (“Web Therapy”).

Season three picks up at the height of last year’s shocking cliffhanger where a deranged gunman takes aim at the maids during Rosie and Spence’s wedding, leaving everyone to wonder who will survive. In the wake of this tragedy, the women lean on each other like never before, even as they face complex problems in their own lives. Zoila ponders her next steps after discovering that she is pregnant and uncertain who the father may be. Carmen realizes there is more than meets the eye to the charming Sebastien (Gilles Marini). Meanwhile, Valentina and Remi struggle to connect in the aftermath of the shooting; Marisol’s aspirations lead her to a surprising career change; and Blanca (Naya Rivera), a new maid in the neighborhood, lands a job with a seemingly picture-perfect family, but soon discovers a terrible secret that could change her life forever.

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Rodd
Rodd

Love this show and can’t wait for it to start again!

Scott (ATWT Fan)
Scott (ATWT Fan)

Hope season three is more riveting like the first one; season two was a bit too off-key for me, honestly.

Tivette
Tivette

I can hardly wait! This is one of my FAVORITE programs and the only one I tend to watch live. I sure hope Zoila dumps her ex and goes with the new flame…!

Robert
Robert

Can’t wait for the new season to begin!!

Tom Jenkins
Tom Jenkins

It’s been so long since Season II ended, I would have to watch the last episode to see what happened. Aren’t they afraid that they will lose viewers and continuity with this extreme lapse in time? This is a good show, reminds me to some extent of
Desperate Housewives. ABC-TV, also known as the worst decision making Network today, should have picked this show up for it’s Sunday night 9PM spot instead of that dreadful “resurrection” which has little hope of returning.

Devious Boy
Devious Boy

This is a well written, fun show that sadly seems to be treated badly.

1. Marc Cherry appears to want to move on to other shows and not have as much involvement. He is the mastermind.

2. The show’s general concept was great but it did not need to be all Latina maids. The show would have more appeal if had maids of several nationalities.

3. Like it or not this is about rating and skewing to the young. More emphasis should be on the young characters not just the “older” maids.

4. All the maids are having their brush with wealth which is not only unlikely but a bit boring. All the maids find or have found themselves involved with rich men.

5. Some great talent is being underused and in particular while the Powells are often tied into big storylines poor Genevieve is left as a supporting character who steals the scenes. Some references to All My Children might be funny and bring in a few viewerrs – have Genevieve addicted to reruns of the soap or perhaps weekly a new suitor or boyfriend is one of Erica Kane’s ex lovers – even if you don’t know the day time soap it would be funny to see all the men in Genevieve’s life and Zoila’s reaction. Money is a big issue with cable shows where ratings are lower than daytime soaps. Maybe to keep osts down bringing in America caine – Geneivieve’s twin sister who was givien up for adoption by Velma. It would e great to see an Erica Kane character deal with Zoila, Geneveieve, the Powells et al.

6. The show is going to be cancelled if something isn’t done to help the ratings. They need at least 1/2 million more viewers and preferably at least a million more. Moving it to Monday night is not a great move now that it is up against some top hits. The large cast, costumes and fancy sets are cost prohibitive. The non maids are only in 10 episodes out of 13 because let’s be honest – lack of money.

Great characters and it is sad ABC didn’t pick up this show. But things are looking dim after two episodes in season 3.

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Kelly Ripa Reveals How Her Son Chose NYU Due To The Consuelos Connection To Former Soap EP/ Director, Chris Goutman

Last week on an episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, the former star of All My Children, Kelly Ripa (Ex-Hayley) told Ryan Seacrest how a chance meeting when her son, Michael was deciding where to go to college; between her, Michael, and Chris Goutman (Ex-Executive Producer As the World Turns and former director, All My Children) changed the course of Michael’s creative and academic path.

Turns out that Goutman is now working over at NYU’s Tisch School for the Arts as an assistant professor and academic director.

During their banter on the talk show, Kelly revealed that Goutman directed the screen-test that landed Mark Consuelos the role of Mateo on All My Children, and thus how Ripa met her real-live enduring lovematch.

Ripa explained that Michael was waiting for a sign as to which college to go to as he liked most of the places he saw.  Then came the sign as Ripa explained to Seacrest: “We’re walking down the hallway and I hear a voice I know say, ‘Consuelos!’ “He turns around and I see Chris Goutman, who was our director at All My Children … I worked with him for 11 years.”

Ripa says Chris then expressed to Michael: “You have to come here, because I am the reason you literally exist.”

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Ripa is reportedly also working on a film for the class, as well.  Watch what Kelly shared below.

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Y&R, AMC and GL Alum, Jeff Branson Featured In New AppleTV+ Drama, ‘For All Mankind’

Daytime Emmy winner, Jeff Branson is featured in a new drama coming your way on the new AppleTV+ platform.  Branson takes on the role of famous astronaut Neil Armstrong in For All Mankind.

At the epicenter of the story is NASA and the Soviet space program as they square off in the space race of the 1970s.  But this has a twist, America has lost the race and tensions boil over between the two nations.

The main focus in the series is the lives of the astronauts and the personal and professional relationships they encounter. For All Mankind presents an aspirational world where NASA and the space program remained a priority and a focal point of our hopes and dreams.

Branson is fondly remembered in soapland for his performances as Ronan Malloy on The Young and the Restless, Jonathan Randall on All My Children, and Shayne Lewis on Guiding Light.

For All Mankind is created by Emmy Award winner Ronald D. Moore (Outlander, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica), Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi.

In addition to Branson the cast includes: Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Wrenn Schmidt, Shantel VanSanten, Sarah Jones and Jodi Balfour. General Hospital’s Jason David (Aiden Spencer) also appears in the series.

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Watch the teaser for the series and interviews with some of the cast including: what Branson had to share about playing Neil Armstrong below.

Then let us know, would you love to see Jeff back on the soaps? Will you be checking out the new streaming service featuring For All Mankind and check out Jeff’s performances? Comment below.

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TODAY: ‘Tainted Dreams’ Begins To Stream Episodes On PopStar! TV Platform

Beginning today on Monday, September 23rd, the series Tainted Dreams, which shows you the behind-the-scenes antics of a fictional hit TV soap opera, will stream its first two seasons for free on the on the Popstar! TV platforms.

To view: you can download the Popstar! TV’s mobile app or visit www.popstaronline.com to watch Tainted Dreams or for more info visit https://www.tainteddreams.com/#home-section.

For those who need a refresher: Tainted Dreams follows the cast and crew behind the scenes of a hit TV soap opera called “Painted Dreams”, and of course, it’s filled with lots of twists and turns

In addition, there is a bonus episode on Popstar! TV that gives some background on how all the characters came to be a part of “Painted Dreams”.

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Sonia Blangiardo, the executive producer and creator of Tainted Dreams shared in a statement: “We are thrilled that there is more life for the show and that the new exposure will attract new viewers for the series. We’re excited to be in great company with the other shows the platform will be streaming and couldn’t be happier to be working with Craig and Jim Romanovich who has always been a loyal soap supporter.”

Tainted Dreams features a cast that includes: All My Children veterans Alicia Minshew, Walt Willey, Michael Lowry, Bobbie Eakes, Terri Ivens and the late Larkin Malloy, General Hospital’s Natalia Livingston, As the World Turns‘ Colleen Zenk, Austin Peck, Marnie Schulenburg and Kelley Menighan, Guiding Light’s Grant Aleksander, One Life to Live’s Ilene Kristen, Tonja Walker, Nathan Purdee and James DePaiva, Big Brother’s Jessie Godderz, The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Dina Manzo, and more.

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