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GH Gals On TV: Rebecca Budig Guests On HOME & FAMILY and Finola Hughes Visits THE CHEW!

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General Hospital women are popping up on your televisions and computer screens this week not only in Port Charles but by making a few guest stops as well!

First up, Rebecca Budig (Hayden) will be appearing on the Tuesday March 31st edition of the Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family at 10AMET.   Bugig will be chatting it up with hosts Mark Steines and Christina Ferrare on her return to daytime soaps and much more!

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Then on Wednesday April 1st, while viewers will get set to watch the highly-anticipated 52nd anniversary show of GH, beforehand, Finola Hughes (Anna) will be making a guest appearance the cooking/foodie show, The Chew on ABC!

It will be “Wacky Wednesday” at The Chew in honor of April Fool’s Day! Special guest Finola Hughes stops by to dish up something special with Clinton Kelly.

Will you be tuning in to see Rebecca and Finola this week on Home & Family and The Chew? Let us know!

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jimh(leave it to beaver)
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jimh(leave it to beaver)

Nope…ill be cleaning out the lint between my toenails…lol

jimh(leave it to beaver)
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jimh(leave it to beaver)

Im glad they are showing FH but i just dont like The Chew!!!

JUDY
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AMEN!!!

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TinaP

Definitely tuning in to watch Finola Hughes on The Chew Wednesday – My #GH 52nd will start off with a Wacky Wednesday meal prepared by Finola on the Chew.
BTW April 10th marks the 30th Anniversary of the first airing of Anna Devane on GH, another great milestone to celebrate. HappyANNAversary #30YearsOfAnnaDevane Finola!

Lindsay
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Lindsay

My DVR is already set to record Finola on The Chew! I never miss anything Finola is on!

Rory
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Rory

Finola! FINOLA ! FINOLA!!!!

Maria V
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Maria V

I’ll be tuning into the CHEW to see Finola. I’ll tune into to see her in anything even if I would otherwise not watch the show!

Lauren
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Lauren

Can’t wait to see Finola on The Chew! 50 years of GH and 30 years since she first aired as Anna!

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Sly

I’ve got my DVR ready for Finola on The Chew! Is she cooking? Do they have fire extinguishers? Ha! J/K! Excited to see her!

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Karen

I watch everything Finola is on. Will be watching The Chew on Wednesday!

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Ashley C

Not sure if I’ll get a chance to see Rebecca on Home and Family but I’ll definitely catch Finola on The Chew. Can’t wait!

Rose
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Rose

Love Finola, but don’t have the stomach to watch The Chew.

JUDY
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JUDY

WOULD NOT WATCH THE CHEW IF IT WAS THE LAST SHOW ON TELEVISION!!!!!!!!!!!

RICKY
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RICKY

THE CHEW is probably the most annoying show on television and yet I will endure! I’d watch anything Finola Hughes is on, even a cartoon!

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GH Faves Finola Hughes, Ian Buchanan, Brooklyn Rae Silzer, Marc Anthony Samuel In New IGTV Series, ‘Enter Exit’

This week, General Hospital’s Finola Hughes (Anna) and some very good friends and acting partners debuted in a new IGTV series, directed by Hughes amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s a thriller! What else would we expect from the woman who plays super spy Anna Devane on the ABC daytime drama series.

The IGTV (Instagam’s longer video application) series is called, Enter Exit, and there are 11 episodes, and the first one dropped on Monday.  It is  written by TV scribe Matt Boren, and also stars some of Port Charles’ longtime favorites that include: Ian Buchanan (Ex-Duke), Brooklyn Rae Silzer (Emma) and Marc Anthony Samuel (Felix).

Hughes told SOD how she was inspired to come up with the concept for the show:  “I started to think about, if you’re in lockdown, what would be a narrative where you could act in a vacuum, basically? I first started thinking about what my character would be — a retired (government) agent. And then there’s some reason that I’m retired. And I started to think about stationary shots and walking into your closeup and all those kinds of things. I left (the rest) with Matt; it was basically, ‘Whatever he writes, we’ll do.’ And I just sort of concentrated on how, feasibly, we could do it.”’

Boren, who has been an ardent viewer of GH from its hey day, shared on working off Hughes seeds of an idea to what Enter Exit is about: “In a sense, it’s a local detective thriller that starts out small — and understandably so as season one takes place during the pandemic. However, what we seed throughout these first 11 mini-episodes hints at a show that longs to be on a much larger, more global scale. We were absolutely inspired by ’80s GH — the WSB, the espionage and larger than life stories that were so thrilling, and through Devane/Scorpio/Lavery/Donnelly/Jones, so grounded. Throw that in with some Killing Eve, X-Files and (this will make sense down the line) Stranger Things, and you have a recipe that might be pages away in our cookbook.”

Now check out episode 1 below featuring Hughes and Silzer and make sure to follow Finola’s IG account for all-new installments of Enter Exit.

So, what do you think about the concept of the series? Excited to see more? Let us know via the comment section.

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GH’s Maurice Benard and DAYS Kassie DePaiva Named “Power Performances of the Week”

Two daytime vets in two very opposing types of storylines delivered emotional and riveting work during their scenes.  First on General Hospital, Maurice Benard (Sonny) in yet another stellar knockout performance in the Alzheimer’s storyline; showed the anguish and pain of a son trying to come to terms with his father’s ultimate fate.

This week saw Sonny originally deciding to try to prolong Mike’s (Max Gail) life by having him placed on a feeding tube, but soon after seeing the fate of Yvonne, another Alzheimer’s patient, and a talk with Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst), Sonny changed course, and did what’s best for Mike, not for himself, and decided to let his father die with dignity and with as least suffering as possible.

We don’t think there could have been a dry eye in the house when Sonny visited Mike’s hospital bedside, and told him that it’s OK for his dad to let go, and not have to stick around for him.  Max Gail, as per usual, was also so touching in these scenes.

Benard did not overplay a beat, and for anyone who has had a parent die of this dreadful disease, you could relate to what Sonny went through in the more than capable hands of this two-time Daytime Emmy winner.

Over on Days of our Lives, what a return for Kassie DePaiva in her role as Eve Donovan! This time, she has come back unhinged and at an emotional rock bottom, so much so that she had abducted Ben Weston (Rob Scott Wilson), had him taken to an abandoned warehouse, strapped him up, tortured him with an assist from Dr. Rolf’s protege, Vincent (Michael Teh), and came up with this twisted plot to have Ben turn back into the “necktie serial killer” and kill his bride, Ciara (Victoria Konefal).

Why, you say? Well, because Eve’s daughter, Paige was one of Ben’s victims and it has been eating Eve alive this whole time. She is a mama grieving for her daughter so deeply that she can’t understand why Paige is dead and he is left on earth to roam around free and find love and happiness… and we find out she was gutted when Ben got a last-minute reprieve when he was recently sentenced to death by lethal injection.

DePaiva played this arc of Eve’s story as a soapalicious villain, but when you really deconstruct it, Eve is just in so much pain… and all of that came through even in the darkest of scenes.  And … there is yet more to come!

Kudos to Maurice and Kassie for being named Michael Fairman TV’s “Power Performances of the Week”.

So, do you agree with our picks for Maurice and Kassie? What did you think of their work? Comment below.

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OLTL Alum Christopher Cousins Appears on General Hospital as Dante’s Doctor

On Thursday, the very shrewd fans of daytime drama, noticed a very familiar face on General Hospital in scenes with Dominic Zamprogna in Dante’s return storyline.

Playing Dante’s Doctor turned out to be Christopher Cousins, most soap-famous for his role as Cain Rogan on One Life to Live from 1991 to 1994 and later reprising the role of the conman back in 2008.  Cain was romantically involved with Tina Lord (Andrea Evans) while in story in Llanview.

Cousins also made appearance on two other daytime drama: as Greg Houston on Another World in 1986 and as Colin Crowley on As the World Turns in 1990.  More recently Christopher has been appearing in numerous primetime TV shows and films.

So, do you hope Christopher sticks around on General Hospital?  Do you think it’s just a guest stint for him to serve Dante’s story? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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