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OLTL Favorite Tuc Watkins Joins Netflix Comedy Series ‘Uncoupled’

In casting news announced on Monday, former One Life to Live and Desperate Housewives star, Tuc Watkins (Ex-David, Ex-Bob), has joined the cast of the upcoming Netflix comedy series Uncoupled, where he will appear along with its series lead, Neil Patrick Harris.

According to Deadline, Tuc will play the recurring role of Colin, who is said to be a hedge fund manager who blindsides his longtime partner Michael Lawson (Harris) when he leaves him on the eve of his fiftieth birthday and after 17 years together.

In story and the premise of the series has that overnight Michael has to confront losing his soulmate, and being a single gay man in New York City suddenly at his age. Along with Watkins, Oscar winner, Marcia Gay Harden, and Tisha Campbell (Ex-B&B) also are part of the acting ensemble.

There are high hopes for the series, especially since Darren Star, and Modern Family’s EP, Jeffrey Richman are the creators and EP of the new comedy.

Watkins was recently seen in Netflix’s adaptation of Boys In The Band and has a recurring role on Black Monday on Showtime.

So, excited to see Tuc in this new comedy series? Sound intriguing? Comment below.

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Congratulations to Tuc. He was so great as David Vickers Buchanan and I’m sure he’ll be a wonderful addition to this show.

Really looking forward to seeing this. I hope it’s a smashing success!


Y&R’s Hayley Erin Previews Her Role in Horror-Thriller ‘New Life’

While she has been tearing it up as Claire aka Eve on The Young and the Restless, Daytime Emmy winner, Hayley Erin is also starring in a riveting horror-thriller called New Life.

In New Life, Erin takes on the role of a mysterious woman named Jessica who is seemingly the run. The premise offers, that Jessica is being pursuit by a resourceful fixer named Elsa, is hired to locate. Two different and unique stories are linked and converge, as the stakes of the pursuit explode to apocalyptic proportions.

Taking to her Instagram to promote her role in the film, which drops on May 4th, Hayley expressed, “New Life brought new meaning to blood, sweat, and tears. I’m so proud of this film and everyone involved, cannot wait to share it with you all… in select theatres and streaming MAY 3rd!!!”

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Several of Erin’s co-stars from her time on General Hospital as Kiki Jerome, including bff Chloe Lanier (ex-Nelle) and Maura West (Ava) shared their enthusiasm after checking out the trailer.  Lanier shared, “Best actress in the world, love you.”  West said, “I cannot wait. Congratulations!”

New Life, hits select theaters and streaming platforms on Friday, May 3rd.

Now below check out the official trailer, and then let us know if you will be watching Hayley in this complete departure from her role as Claire/Eve on Y&R in the comment section below.

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DAYS Stars Talk Definitions of ‘Soap Hunks’ with Playgirl; Rob Scott Wilson Shares, “Decent-Looking Guys with Some Good Acting Chops, and Maybe a Few Abs Sprinkled in There”

The much-anticipated feature of some of the men of Days of our Lives is now in Playgirl’s digital edition. Participating in the photo spread and discussion were “soap hunks”, Paul Telfer (Xander) Bryan Dattilo (Lucas), Christopher Sean (Paul), Rob Scott Wilson (Alex) and Eric Martsolf (Brady).

The definition of a “soap hunk” has has good and bad connotations, depending on how you look at. Are the good looking guys on the soaps just there for eye-candy, or do you hope they can act too?

Playgirl asked the five men what they think are the appropriate definitions and any downfalls to being labeled a “soap hunk” and their answers were all very entertaining.

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Rob Scott Wilson shared, “I’d say the male characters on a show would (also) typically be charismatic or charming. Bad boys to business men, lawyers to doctors, often played by decent-looking guys with some good acting chops, and maybe a few abs sprinkled in there.”  While Bryan Dattilo answered, “Soap hunk should be a compliment to a daytime star, although there is a stigma too. Sometimes, it means [you’re] only good for shirts off-only scenes and not too bright.”

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As for being labeled another term used frequently, “Eye Candy”, the guys weighed-in on that too. Eric Martsolf shared, “One can’t control what the public thinks or how they define you. The good daytime actors have just as much depth on the inside as displayed on the outside. Staying power in the soap world requires understanding of character and an incredible work ethic. It’s not for everyone.”

Paul Telfer discussed the legacy or contribution of a “soap hunk” to television audiences: “When you say “hunk,” it makes you think of the mid 20th century, brawny man, the Marlboro Man for example. Superficial, yes, but for soaps, because the stories spend so much time with us, you can’t help but reveal vulnerability and flaws and eccentricities that someone as simple as just a hunk wouldn’t have the opportunity to reveal. This gets back to that intimacy with the audience –– it helps reveal these in our characters. Days has had hunky gay men and men in several types of relationships, still being hunks but not the stereotypes you are used to seeing. I think there is definitely a more progressive sense of what men are now.”

So, what do you think is the definition of a soap hunk? Who is your favorite? Did you enjoy the DAYS Playgirl feature? Comment below.


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Shemar Moore Open to Another Return to The Young and the Restless

With S.W.A.T. to end its final season run on CBS (unless it gets picked-up somewhere else) on Friday May 17th (8 p.m ET), what could be next for its series star, Shemar Moore?

According to a conversation with First For Women, Moore shared he would be open to the possibility of reprising his Daytime Emmy-winning role as Malcolm Winters on Y&R as well as new adventures.

When Moore last came to Genoa City, it was as part of Y&R’s 50th anniversary, when Malcolm helped honor his late brother Neil (Kristoff St. John).

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St. John shared, “I definitely did it for my dear brother, may he rest in peace. Kristoff was such a supporter of mine. When I was scared or nervous, he just put his hand on my back, sat with me, instilled confidence in me, and told me to keep practicing, keep trying. He rooted for me to grow, and when I left Young and The Restless, he told me I could make it.”

Since 2002, even with outside primetime roles and leads in series, Moore has come back to Y&R multiple times. Now in 2024, he shares,  “If The Young and the Restless called me today, I would go. If Criminal Minds asked me to come back, I’d go. Because you never forget where you came from. It sounds cliche and maybe cheesy, but it’s also true.”

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Although he is still figuring out what’s next with S.W.A.T. if at all possible, Shemar added, “Now…when I’m unemployed, you might get me on Young and the Restless a little longer. But will I go back for a contract? No, probably not. Because if this is indeed the end of S.W.A.T., I want to continue to grow and evolve. There’s a lot in me that people don’t know that I’m capable of. I know it’s in me, but I got to dig deep to bring it out.”

But the question remains is S.W.A.T’s 7th season truly its last? “If this is our swan song, rock with us but I’m gonna try to make CBS and Sony rethink that by the time we get to (episode) number 13.”

So, do you hope Shemar Moore can come back for a lengthier stay in Genoa City and reprise his role as Malcolm once again? If so, what story would you like to see him involved with? And, do you hope S.W.A.T. can still live to see another day? Comment below.

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