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OLTL's Woods & Smith on More Tragedy for Matthew and Clint!

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One Life to Live is about to have us on the edge of our seats yet again! TV Guide has the exclusive news and an exclusive look with series stalwarts, Robert S. Woods (Bo) and Hillary B. Smith (Nora).  Besides talking about Llanview’s favorite duo’s  thoughts on the heartbreaking cancellation of the series, fans learn that on the upcoming May 23rd episode that Matthew played by Eddie Alderson,  is seriously injured in the head in a fight with Nate.  So much so that he has very little brain-activity. Meanwhile, Uncle Clint, the great Jerry verDorn desperately needs a new heart, or he will die!   Daytime Emmy winners, Woods and Smith weigh in on yet more tragedy and turmoil for the Buchanan family.    Here are a few excerpts!

Woods and Smith on Bo and Nora realizing both Matthew and Clint are dying. Hillary: Things get so bad that Bo and Nora actually set aside the murder — their minds just can’t handle that much. Decisions need to be made about Matthew. They’re told he has minimal brain activity just as Clint’s condition is suddenly worse. They’re being jerked around from one tragedy to another. It’s too, too much. Matthew’s getting worse. Clint’s getting worse. All they need now is a tornado to hit Llanview.”  Bob: “And Bo has horrible guilt, feeling responsible for causing Clint’s heart attack. But at the same time, Bo wants him behind bars, paying for what he’s done. Yet here’s Clint barely fighting for his life. It’s pretty complicated stuff.”

Woods and Smith on the story point that when Clint knows he’s terminally ill, that he goes on TV and confesses to killing Eddie Ford and if Bo and Nora think this is their way out for Matthew not to be accused of the crime and to leave well enough alone! Hillary “Oh, Nora goes right there! Of course, she does! Bob: [Laughs] It’s like, “Hey, here’s the solution to our Eddie problem! Wanna go have lunch?
Hillary: [Laughs] “Works for me! I think we’re kinda done here.”

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ethel
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ethel

i love oltl BUT if matthew has to die to save clint’s life i really thinks that part of this s/l sucks – why can’t it be an unknown accident victims heart given to clint – don’t get me wrong i like clint & he and matthew are core characters, so why does a core character have to die?? i wish they had never brought those damn ford brothers to lanview!!!

Brian Greene
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Brian Greene

This storyline news hurts me to my very heart & soul!

Brian Greene
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Brian Greene

This Interview With Bo-Bo & Hillary Will Put Lumps In My Throat. OMG!

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susan

well the show is ending so i guess everyone has to start tying up their story lines and they have to start somewhere!im assuming matthew will die and clint will be saved by getting his heart once you hear that a character needs an organ transplant you automatically have to start looking to the cast and who is leaving or being written off and then youll find out who is going to die~!!!!!

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CBS Cancels ‘All Rise’ Featuring Soap Alums Wilson Bethel and Marg Helgenberger

The cancellations continue and now comes word via CBS they have chosen not to renew the legal courtroom drama, All Rise.

The series aired for two seasons and featured in its ensemble cast, former The Young and the Restless star, Wilson Bethel (Ex-Ryder) and former Ryan’s Hope favorite, Marg Helgenberger (Ex-Siobhan).

The final episode will air on Monday, May 24th.

 

All Rise has also seen plenty of drama behind the scenes this year when the All Rise creator and showrunner, Greg Spottiswood was ousted amid allegations of unprofessional conduct in the series’ writers room where he offered up offensive and racially insensitive language.

Since his departure, Dee Harris-Lawrence had served as the one and only showrunner for the series.

So, did you enjoy All Rise? Where do you hope Wilson and Marg turn up next? Comment below.

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‘This Is Us’ Season 6 to have Midseason Premiere and 18 Episode Order as It Concludes

The beloved Pearson family drama This Is Us will end after its sixth and final season, and news today from NBC executives Susan Rovner and Frances Berwick revealed that when the show returns for its last run, it will have a midseason, not a fall, premiere date.

Add to that, the fact that the show will wrap with an 18-episode order.  The execs shared to TV reporters and outlets including Deadline: “We know that saying goodbye to the Pearsons is going to be hard enough. So what we wanted to do is honor the fans and get them as close to an uninterrupted run as we could, which is only possible in midseason,” said Berwick.

Susan Rovner expressed: That by starting the story midseason, it will help make the send-off “a great event for the fans to enjoy.” She went on to say, “I think in Dan’s (Fogelman) hands, it’s going to be fantastic.”

In response to the announced season six conclusion, creator Dan Fogelman tweeted: “Whoever casually first said ‘All good things must come to an end’ never had to end their favorite thing. While sad to have just 1 season left, also grateful to NBC for letting us end the show how, and when, we always intended. We’ll work hard to stick the landing.”

For the past five season the cast has featured: Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown,Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Susan Kelechi Watson and Chris Sullivan, and there are still two more episodes of the current season, until the season finale on May 25th in a special time 10 p.m. ET/PT.

So, are you ready to say goodbye to the story of Randall, Kevin, and Kate and the rest of the family? Comment below.

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DAYS Jackée Harry Joins Freeform Comedy Pilot ‘Everything’s Trash’ in Recurring Role

Jackée Harry is one busy actress in Hollywood!  On the heels of learning that Harry has signed on more full-time on Days of our Lives in her role as Paulina, comes this bit of casting news.

Harry will join the cast of the Freeform comedy pilot, Everything’s Trash along with another notable actor, George Wallace.  Both will have recurring roles in the show should it go to series.

In story, Everything’s Trash follows Phoebe (Phoebe Robinson), a 30-something podcast star navigating her messy life. When her younger brother Jayden emerges as a leading politician, she’s forced to grow up, so she relies on her friends and close-knit family to help her figure out adulthood, since she doesn’t seem to have a clue. The series is inspired by Robinson’s book, “Everything’s Trash But It’s Okay.”

According to Variety, “Harry will star as Zora, Phoebe and Jayden’s mother. She and her husband are mid-Western transplants, but they have made a home in NY . They love and support their children equally, but truth be known, Zora acts (and dresses) younger than she is and straddles the line between “I’m my daughter’s mother” and “I’m my daughter’s best friend.”  Meanwhile, Wallace will play the role of Abraham, Phoebe and Jayden’s father and husband to Zora.

So, looking forward to hopefully seeing Jackée on a half-comedy sitcom at night, and doing her role on Days of our Lives? Comment below.

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