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The Bold and the Beautiful Shows How They Shoot Scenes With Blow-Up Dolls & Mannequins On Access Hollywood

Thorsten Kaye, Denise Richards "The Bold and the Beautiful" Set CBS Television City Los Angeles, Ca. 02/26/20 © Howard Wise/jpistudios.com 310-657-9661 Episode # 8311 U.S.Airdate 04/09/20

Fans got their first birds-eye view of just how CBS Daytime’s The Bold and the Beautiful became the first U.S. television show back in production during the coronavirus pandemic by figuring a way to shoot under the health guidelines and protocols presented to the TV and film industry.

In an exclusive on Thursday night’s edition of Access Hollywood, the news magazine show went behind-the-scenes to look at the filming of some of  some scenes which included the use of mannequins, life-size dolls, and a secret kissing cameo from Denise Richards’ (Shauna) real-life husband Aaron Phypers.

These scenes aired this week on B&B, which showed how Thorsten Kaye (Ridge) and Denise Richards had their exchange created with the help of mannequins, while Thorsten also had a scene with Jacqueline MacInnes Wood as his daughter, Steffy, when Steffy was in the hospital recovering from injuries sustained in a a motorcycle accident/crash. In these scenes, you see just how Thorsten had to act opposite the infamous blown-up doll!

Interviewed for the segment was Richards who explained to ‘Access’ just how they have made the mannequin magic happen to kick-start the show back into production during these unprecedented times.

Watch B&B on ‘Access’ below.  Then, let us know what you thought when you watched how the cast was acting opposite blow-up dolls ans mannequins to get their scenes done via the comment section below.

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B&B is so lame for not updating the opening sequence.

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Brad has done that for years I had to give up at the end of last year on the soap I got so frustrated when people were just dropped from the canvas no explanation at all just like they disappeared into thin air.

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I refuse to watch any new episodes until they write Covid 19 into the stories. They are just doing a disservice by not addressing this important issue that is a part of our lives. They can’t ignore the subject forever.

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We’re living it. Why do we want COVID in the soaps? And then what could they do? Just show the families quarantining at home? That would be boring.

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‘This Is Us’ Series Finale Scores 6.4 Million Viewers and 1.3 in Key Demo; Bests Since November 2020

Last night’s This Is Us series finale wrapped up the story of the Pearson family with a tender episode that saw the NBC drama nab some of its best ratings numbers since November of 2020.

According to NBC, the final was watched by 6.4 million viewers and a 1.3 rating in the key 18-49 demo.  That marks the highest demo rating since November 10, 2020 and the highest total viewer count since November 17, 2020.

Throughout its six season run, This Is Us continued to be the top broadcast-rated drama every season.

In addition the grand finale also scored amazingly well all across social media, generating 1.5 million interactions across platforms from Twitter to Instagram.

So, what did you think of the series finale of This Is Us? Share your thoughts below.

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‘This Is Us’ Creator, Dan Fogelman, Pens Heartfelt Farewell Letter to Viewers As Series Comes to Its Conclusion

As This Is Us concludes tonight on NBC (9 pm ET/8 pm CT) after its successful six-year run, the creator of This Is Us, Dan Fogelman, took a moment to reflect on what the show has meant to him and to the audience by penning a love letter to the show which he shared on his Twitter account.

Fogelman included in his parting words for the series: “The end of This Is Us has been a bittersweet, but lovely march for those who have worked on it. We’ve no had so many occasions to clink glasses, and give gifts, and say sentimental things to other sentimental people at a sentimental moment in time.”

He added for the viewers: “I hope tonight satisfies and leaves you thinking, and feeling, and even smiling. I hope it makes you feel as full as your response to the show has made us feel, all these years.”

In his sign-off, Fogelman expressed:  And so, from the bottom of my heart, on behalf of all of “Us” … Thank you for taking the train ride with us.  It’s been the trip of a lifetime.”

You can read Dan’s full letter/post below.

So, This Is Us fans, has the show been an incredible journey for you to watch over the last six seasons? Let us know your thoughts as we get ready to say goodbye to one of the best family drama in television history via the comment section.

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Guiding Light’s Lee Lawson Dead At 81

More loss for the Guiding Light family.  Now comes word on Monday that Lee Lawson, who played Bea Reardon on the CBS daytime drama series from 1981-1990, passed away Sunday night in Los Angeles at 81-years-old.

What makes this all the more heartbreaking is that Guiding Light and soap fans just recently mourned the loss of one of Lee’s on-screen daughter’s Lisa Brown (Ex-Nola Reardon) who died back in November of last year.

According to Lee’s dear friend, Marian-Hailey Moss via Facebook, she shared: “My down-to-earth, sassy smart and beautiful friend LEE LAWSON is telling it like it is in a better place. A fine actress and a super generous friend. I’ll meetcha there LEE!! 1941-2022❤️

In addition to her time in Springfield, Lawson also appeared in for a time in 1979 on One Life to Live in the role of Wanda Wolek and started her soap acting career on Love of Life in 1965 in the part of Barbara Sterling.

Lawson also appeared on numerous primetime television shows from Kojak to Maude and many others.

We will share more information as it comes to light on Lee’s passing.

Below check out some scenes between Bea and Nola from Guiding Light.

Share your remembrances of Lee Lawson as Bea Reardon and your condolences in the comment section below.

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