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LADIES OF THE LAKE Set To Bow May 15th!

The highly-anticipated digital series, Ladies of the Lake, based on the novel by Days of our Lives executive producer, Ken Corday has a release date!

Circle your calendars for May 15th on Amazon Video, when you can see the series from Winterthorne creator, Michael Caruso who serves as EP of Ladies of the Lake.

The series features many daytime drama notables including: Kyle Lowder (ex-Brady, DAYS), who also serves as an executive producer.

In addition, Arianne Zucker (Nicole, DAYS), John-Paul Lavoisier (ex-Philip, DAYS), Martha Madison (Belle, DAYS), Wally Kurth (Justin, DAYS/Ned, GH), Marie Wilson (ex-Summer, DAYS), Gordon Thomson (ex-Adam, Dynasty), John Callahan (ex-Edmund, AMC), Patrika Darbo (Shirley, B&B and Nancy, DAYS), Lilly Melgar (ex-Lily, GH), Jessica Morris (ex-Jennifer, OLTL), Ian Buchanan (Ex-GH), and Jillian Clare.  For more on Ladies of the Lake make sure to follow real time news and updates on the series via their Twitter account here.

So, excited to see Ladies of the Lake? Comment below!

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Ian Buchanan is also in it and was NOT listed. See his picture on the bottom row of the ad.

how would you see it if you wanted too

You have to have to subscribe to Amazon Prime to view it. I don’t have it but I will subscribe for a month just to watch it.

Amazon Prime subscriptions are on an annual basis.

Seriously, where is the DIVERSITY on these online ventures? With all of the MANY Black soap actors out of work, why aren’t there any black vets cast on ANY of these shows? They are missing out on a HUGE portion of their audience by not being diversity conscious.

Excellent point, Trophy Lady. I just don’t get the lack of casting great black actors; the minds of casting directors would have to be autopsied to figure that out. They surely overlook alot of good talent.

Emphatically agree.

AND… I don’t want the tokenism of what an esteemed actor called ‘Winter’s Wednesdays’ – the one day a week the entire family had story.

And let’s not stop with African Americans and call it good. Asian American actors sit on bench, unused. While we have an Hispanic family front and center on DROOL the other shows remain untouched.

I live in a West Coast city and diversity isn’t some, foreign concept: it’s our everyday life.

Emphatically agree. In 2017 pay equity and racial equity shouldn’t be so foreign. Or so far a reach.

If it’s an annual subscription, why did Amazon offer it to me for only $10 a month?

some people wanted the option of monthly rather than one time. I took the year but switched to monthly and they refund the difference..they don’t force it on you.

DAYS is all over the map in a DAZE and he’s doing digital series based on novels he’s writing. .what a MORON. .NO I WILL NOT WATCH! !

Well this in quite intriguing. An all star soap cast and Michael Caruso sounds like it will be fantastic. You just can’t go wrong with MC.

But….. is it a Ken Cordey thing? Because he is a nightmare on wheels demolishing Dool bit by bit every year. So that scares me.

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Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos to Kick Off Season 36 of ‘Live’ with New Show Opening

The new season of morning talk shows begins this week, and one of them, Live with Kelly and Mark, is starting things off with a new show open starring the hosts and married couple, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, formerly of All My Children fame.

Make sure to circle Tuesday September 5th, when Kelly and Mark begin their first official season together as co-hosts of the long-running show now in its 36th season.  As many know, Consuelos joined the show back in April of this year, after Ryan Seacrest made the decision to depart the series and move back to Los Angeles full-time, since the talker is shot in New York City.

In the concept of the new opening, the husband and wife duo are seen brushing their teeth in their apartment, then going through a couple of outfit changes/looks, before they settle on what they wearing as they are driven to their New York City studio where ‘Live’ emanates from, and arrive in its corridors.

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In addition, this season will have a new trivia game segment called Stump Mark.  In it, Mark will try his darnedest to keep the coveted Live mug away from trivia callers trying to stump him with their two statements — one true, one false.

Scheduled guests for the week: Derek Hough, Jake Gyllenhaal, Melissa Etheridge, Josh Gad, Shinedown, Phillip Phillips, Nikki and Brie Bella and more.

Take a look at the opening title sequence for Live with Kelly and Mark below, and then let us know what you thought of it in the comment section, and let us know if you are looking forward to the new season of the talk show.

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Kelly Ripa Teases New Season of ‘Live’ with Husband Mark Consuelos: “Our Show Is Best When It’s Going Off the Rails”

Since Mark Consuelos joined his real-life wife, Kelly Ripa on the morning talk show Live with Kelly and Mark, the ratings have never been better.  In fact, according to the Nielsen ratings, the former All My Children stars came in second behind The View for the 2022-2023 television season in total viewers averaging 2.293 million.

Now with the new season upon us come September, Ripa spoke with the Purist about what fans can expect now that Mark is coming into his own as her co-host.

Kelly shared, “We’re going to provide the same sort of humor and irreverence that people have come to know and love. Mark has taken the trivia game, where Ryan (Seacrest) and I would just give away coffee mugs to the audience, and decided that he’s not going to do that any more. There are no participation trophies in life, he says. If they want to win a mug, they’re going to have to stump me. I don’t really follow the ratings, but from what I’ve been told that since Mark has taken over, people stay with the show all the way through because they want to see whether or not Mark gets stumped.”

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When asked what favorite segment on Live is her current favorite, Ripa expressed, “I love talking to the trivia callers. Our show is best when it’s going off the rails, when our audience gets to see the slip-ups. It is not this highly polished, Hollywood thing. It is two people meeting, having coffee, having just read the paper. We never cover actual news, we cover absurd news. When you factor in a person calling from their cellphone in the parking lot of a grocery store, what have you, it is rife with the ability to derail very quickly, and I think that’s what I love the best. I also love our viewer feedback at the very end of the show, where we take our viewers.”

So, are you looking forward to more Live with Kelly and Mark? Enjoying the duo on-screen together on the morning talker? What are your favorite staple segments from the show? Comment below.

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Pamela Blair, ‘A Chorus Line’, ‘Loving’ and Daytime Emmy Nominee, Dead at 73

The Broadway community is mourning the passing of one of their most beloved members, who also appeared on several daytime soap operas throughout her career.  Pamela Blair, the original Val in A Chorus Line, died at her home in Phoenix, Arizona on Sunday following a lengthy illness. Blair was 73-years-old.

Throughout her career, the singer/dancer/actress continued to showcase her exceptional talents in shows such as: Promises, Promises, Wild and Wonderful, Sugar and Seesaw. She also gained major kudos from the musical theatre community for her portrayal of Amber in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. 

Pamela also had notable roles on soap operas taped in New York City. First, Blair played Elizabeth Shank Ryan on Ryan’s Hope in 1980. She followed that with her most-known daytime role as Loving’s Rita Mae Bristow, a part she played from 1983-1985.

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Later in 1985, 1986 and in 1992, Blair made brief appearances in two roles on All My Children, Maida Andrews and Mrs. Goodman.  It was the role of Maida Andrews that landed Blair a Daytime Emmy nomination in the newly named Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series back in 1987, only losing that year to John Wesley Shipp for his role of Martin Ellis on Santa Barbara.  Blair’s last soap role was in 1994 as Another World’s Bonnie Broderick.

Throughout her enduring career, she appeared in numerous television and motion pictures including: Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, Law & Order and the motion pictures version of Annie.

Let us know if you ever had the opportunity to see Blair as Val in ‘A Chorus Line’, or if you remember her daytime roles on Ryan’s Hope, Loving, All My Children or Another World via the comment section.

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