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Queens Of Drama Officially Canceled By Pop After 1 Season!

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The docu-drama Queens of Drama featurting several actresses notable to daytime has been officially canceled by Pop.

There had been reports that the cable network was working on a second season, but for months no one has heard a peep out of Pop on the soapy series.

Queens of Drama starred: Lindsay Hartley, Crystal Hunt, Vanessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo, and Donna Mills.  Thinkfactory Media were the producers of the series, and the first season began airing following the 42nd annual Daytime Emmys on April 26, 2015.  The news was first reported by Deadline.

So, is it time for another daytime soap/reality hybrid series?  Both E’s Dirty Soap and Pop’s Queens of Drama failed.  If there was another one created, who would you like to see star in it this time?  Or perhaps, this hybrid type of series should just be left alone and never tackled again? Comment below!

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Timmm
Timmm

POP is on no ones radar! How about bringing one of the popular web series to TV? Lifetime or Hallmark?

SZima
SZima

Is ANYONE shocked/surprised by this?

nancy dillingham
nancy dillingham

“It was the right thing to do.” 🙂 🙂

Lou Piikes
Lou Piikes

WOW!!!! What a disappointment. I guess the ladies weren’t dramatic or scandalous enough.

Cincyjk
Cincyjk

I enjoyed Dirty Soap, and was surprised it was cancelled. Queens of Drama was pretty awful, I quit watching after the second or third episode.

Lou Piikes
Lou Piikes

It took you that long to realize it was awful. lol

Sedrick Gilbert
Sedrick Gilbert

Dirty Soap, even though contrived at times, was good fun. Never saw Queens, as my cable provider doesn’t carry POP.

irene
irene

Who even watches pop tv? I don’t have it.

Charday
Charday

One of the worst tv shows of all time, but I couldn’t stop watching.

jaybird369
jaybird369

Cancellation…oh, gee…what a shock…N-O-T!!!!!!!!!!

Rodd
Rodd

This was so bad that I stopped watching after a few episodes. Not missing it at all. It really was “forced”. Save the reality stuff and give me another real soap!

Mo
Mo

Well, that’s a shame. I actually enjoyed it.

Eric Kane
Eric Kane

Did anyone ever find out what actually happened to Hunter Tylo?

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Morgan Fairchild And Soap Notables Filming New LGBTQ Series ‘Mélange’

Over the next several days in New York, some very familiar faces to daytime soap fans are busy filming episodes of a new series entitled Melange, which stars Morgan Fairchild (most recently ex-Angelica, DAYS).

The series is set against the backdrop of a historic New York City gay bar named “Melange”, and the fight for ownership over it, when it’s proprietor has suddenly and mysteriously died.  Melange will explore themes of sexuality, immigration, addiction, power, and inclusion.

Guiding Light’s Robert Newman, All My Children’s Darnell Williams, One Life to Live’s Scott Evans ,  Kristen Alderson, Ilene Kristen, and David A. Gregory are some of the daytime faves tapped for roles in the series, which is said to be a half-hour drama.

In story, Newman, plays Syd Winchester, the deceased owner of ‘Mélange’. Scott Evans stars as Ryann Parker, a young man who fights to keep Mélange away from Syd’s wife, Vivian played by

Melange was created and being executive produce by Tom D’Angora, with former OLTL director and Emmy Award-winner, Gary Donatelli, and Tony Award winning producer, Tim Kashani.

According to Variety, at this time no network is currently attached to the project.

So, what do you think of the show concept of Mélange?  Intrigued by the cast?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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One Life to Live & All My Children Reunion Event Photo Gallery

Over the weekend, actors who appeared on two beloved legacy soap operas: All My Children and One Life to Live took part in a reunion event held over GH Fan Club Weekend.  And while the fans in attendance were excited to see some of their favorites, it was the former cast members themselves getting to see their former co-stars for the first time in years which made the event all the more touching.

Then, in big surprise to the attendees, none other than former One Life to Live star, Nathan Fillion showed up to give hugs to his former castmates including: Erin Torpey (Ex-Jessica), and James (Ex-Max) and Kassie DePaiva (Ex-Blair), among others.  Fillion, who has gone on to primetime success with his show Castle, and his upcoming new series on ABC, The Rookie, has never forgotten his beginnings in show business as Joe Buchanan!  Who can forget his on-screen affair with Robin Strasser’s Dorian, which sent Viki (Erika Slezak) into orbit!

Kassie DePaiva (now Eve on DAYS) told Michael Fairman TV on Fillion’s appearance that she had reached out to him to let him know about the event: “I knew the fans would love it.  He is very proud of his roots.”

When asked about seeing the original Blair, Mia Korf, at the same event whom she had never met, Kassie said, “I went, ‘There’s the real Blair,” but it was really nice meeting her.  You know with One Life to Live actors, even if you didn’t work with somebody there is such a camaraderie, which makes this show so special.”

All My Children fans were thrilled to see appearances by Rebecca Budig (Ex-Greenlee), Vincent Irizarry (Ex-David), Jordi Vilasuso, who will soon be seen in his new role on Y&R, and played Dr, Griffin Castillo in Pine Valley, and many more.

Check out our photo gallery of some of the past cast from both AMC and OLTL who showed up to say “hello again” to each other and the fans below.  Then, let us know if it makes you miss Pine Valley and Llanview all the more in the comment section, and which photo you liked the most!

Photo Credits: JPI Studios

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Cameron Mathison Named New Co-Host Of Home & Family!

Home & Family has found their new co-host following the exit of Mark Steines naming Cameron Mathison as his replacement.

The former All My Children star, where he played Ryan Lavery, and more recently Entertainment Tonight correspondent, has previous experience with the Hallmark Channel morning talk show.

According to Deadline who broke the news: “Mathison had been an occasional guest co-host on Home & Family since 2013 and has became a frequent substitute in the two months since Steines’ exit. He will continue to guest host for the rest of the summer, switching to full-time co-hosting duties alongside Debbie Matenopoulos when the new seventh season of Home & Family launches in September.”

Mathison is a great fit for the series which airs Monday through Friday at 10AM, given that he also frequently stars in Hallmark movies.  As for Steines, the longtime host, was abruptly let-go back in May after five and a half years with the series.

So, what do you think of Cameron’s new gig? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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