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Katherine Kelly Lang, Winsor Harmon & Jack Wagner Chat with Australia’s Studio 10 on B&B’s 35th Anniversary

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The Bold and the Beautiful, which is quite popular down under in Australia, had three of the key cast visit with Network 10 virtually to promote the daytime drama’s upcoming 35th anniversary.

As previously mentioned, Winsor Harmon is back as Thorne and Jack Wagner is back as Nick for a special Brooke-centric episode that will air in the states on Thursday March 24th to celebrate the milestone.   In the story, the many loves of Brooke’s life are part of what viewers will see.

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Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke) along with Harmon and Wagner visited with the morning show’s Sarah Harris and fielded several fan questions.

You can watch their responses and their guest appearance below.

Then, let us know what was your favorite moment featuring these three B&B faves via the comment section.

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I like Krista Allen as Taylor and there is chemistry with Thorsen Kaye. But, it will always be Brooke and Ridge. Please put Sheila out of her misery and ours. Once again, Thomas has gone to the dark side (plotting with the She Devil!)

Yes, please put Ridge and Brooke back together. They make the show.


Tuc Watkins Joins Cast of ‘This Is Us’ Creator Dan Fogelman and Sterling K. Brown’s New Series ‘Paradise City’

Last week This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman revealed on social media that production is underway for his new series with a shot of Oscar nominee, Sterling K. Brown (American Fiction, ex-Randall, This Is Us).

Fogelman and Brown previously revealed back in April of 2023 that they were collaborating on a new thriller for Hulu called Paradise City.  In it, Brown stars as the head of security for a former president. Both Brown and Fogelman are listed as two of the executive producers of the series.

Now comes word that former One Life to Live favorite, Tuc Watkins will soon be seen in a recurring role in Paradise City. He joins other notables attached to the project including: James Marsden, Julianne Nicholson, and Sarah Shahi.

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Soap fans remember Tuc’s performances as One Life to Live’s David Vickers, a role he played and relished from 1994-1996 and then again from 2001-2013; including being a part of the final episodes of the show on ABC, and then reprising the role in Prospect Park’s reboot of the show.

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Most recently, Tuc has appeared in the series Uncoupled, The Other Two, and Black Monday. On stage, Watkins co-starred in Inheritance at The Geffen Theatre, and the Broadway production of The Boys in the Band as well as the Netflix film version opposite Jim Parsons and Matt Bomer.

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No word yet on a timetable for the release of Paradise City, or more details on Watkins recurring role, but we will keep you updated when the information becomes available.

So, looking forward to seeing Tuc in the thriller from Dan Fogelman and Sterling K. Brown? Comment below.

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Jacqueline MacInnes Wood Tells ‘The Talk’ That Steffy “Needs Finn to Man Up” While On B&B, Finn Tells Steffy “I Think I Just Need Some More Time”

On Monday’s March 4th episode of CBS daytime’s The Talk, one of the featured guests was The Bold and the Beautiful’s three-time Daytime Emmy winner, Jacquline MacInnes Wood.

During her guest appearance, Wood spoke with The Talk co-hosts Amanda Kloots and Sheryl Underwood, who both have previously appeared on B&B. In fact, Kloots guest stint just aired last week.

When the conversation turned to recent storyline developments where Steffy stabbed Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) to her eventual death, and how Steffy’s husband Finn (Tanner Novlan) is coping with the situation, Jacqui shared her reaction, “I was in complete shock…but like Steffy, I mean, ding-dong the witch is dead.  This is what needed to happen. They’ve been going toe to toe for so long and I think that it’s cool to know that Steffy went up against one of the best villains.”


However, Woods weighed-in on Finn’s odd behavior grieving his birth mother, who tried to kill him and his wife. Jacqui stated, “Steffy needs Finn to man up, she needs her man to stand up for what is going on, because it’s absolutely crazy. Sheila terrorized their family for so long… and Steffy honestly doesn’t want to have to murder Finn too.”


Meanwhile, on Monday’s episode of The Bold and the Beautiful, after being comforted by Hope (Annika Noelle) and talking out his feelings towards Sheila’s death (and how he currently feels about his wife, Steffy), he eventually heads back to the cliff house. It appears he is going to be there for his wife and their family, only he starts to get a case of the heebie jeebies when Steffy tries to kiss him. Finn further freaks out when he looks around and see the blood-stained carpet with his mother’s blood soaked into it.

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Finn can’t handle being in the house with Steffy where his mom was killed and runs out, leaving Steffy panicked and shocked over all that has just happened to her.

Check out Wood’s appearance on The Talk below. 

Then let us know, should Finn man up and get a grip and come back home to Steffy, Hayes and Kelly? Or, should he go it alone and come to terms with his feelings with or without the comfort of Hope? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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‘Tracker’ Starring Justin Hartley Renewed for Second Season by CBS

Justin Hartley’s (ex-Adam, Y&R, ex-Kevin, This Is Us) new series Tracker, which has only aired four of its episodes, has already received a second season renewal for the 2024-2025 season from CBS.

The early renewal isn’t surprising given the drama series boffo numbers for its recent episodes. In addition, Tracker has become the most-watched new series since Young Sheldon in 2017-2018 and the most-watched new drama since 2014-2015 season of Empire.

Tracker, which debuted on February 11th following the Super Bowl, has now been seen by 30 million multi-platform viewers and is Paramount+’s #1 show in February. Since its post-Super Bowl debut, Tracker is averaging nearly 16 million multi-platform viewers. In more impressive numbers, Tracker has improved its regular Sunday, 9:00 PM time period by +83% year over year.

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Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment shared on the renewal, “Tracker kicked off our premiere week with a ratings bang and has kept the momentum going. We knew we had something special when we saw the very first cut of the series and the overwhelming audience response confirms it. We couldn’t be more grateful to Justin, the talented cast, the incredible writing and producing teams and our partners at 20th Television for such compelling episodes. And, of course, we’re also so thankful to the millions of viewers tuning in each week.”

The series stars Justin Hartley as Colter Shaw, a lone-wolf survivalist who roams the country as a reward seeker, using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries while contending with his own fractured family. The series is based on the bestselling novel The Never Game by Jeffery Deaver.

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Hartley, Ken Olin, Elwood Reid and Ben Winters serve as executive producers. Tracker is off this coming Sunday likely due to the Oscars airing on ABC, but returns with an all-new episode on Sunday, March 17th. Check out a promo for the episode entitled “St. Louis” below. Be on the lookout for the sixth episode called “Lexington” when Hartley’s real-life wife, Sofia Pernas (ex-Marisa, Y&R) appears.

So, excited to hear Justin’s series is getting continued life with a second season? Comment below.

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