As we have been reporting all week long, last Thursday August 23rd long standing cast members of the number one soap opera, The Young and the Restless, along with recently ousted executive producer and head writer, Maria Arena Bell, took part in a panel discussion honoring the 10,000 episode milestone of the series at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California.
The panel discussion was hosted by Brooks Barnes of The New York Times, a self-professed fan of Y&R. Barnes led the proceedings with questions and lively chat with Y&R’s Joshua Morrow, Jeanne Cooper, Eric Braeden, Melody Thomas Scott, Kristoff St. John, Michelle Stafford, Doug Davidson, Christian LeBlanc and Peter Bergman.
The Paley Center for Media had just released the entire hour long panel discussion which features a Q&A with the fans in attendance, and many interesting comments about past and present Y&R. Now after the jump, watch the video and let us know what moments piqued your interest the most!
Holiday Joy! Jane Elliot Returns To General Hospital As Tracy Quartermaine
November 21, 2019
Fantastic news General Hospital fans! Daytime Emmy winner and longtime fan favorite, Jane Elliot is reprising her signature soap role as Tracy Quartermaine just in time for the holidays.
According to EW.com who broke the news, Eliot will make her appearances beginning in December, when Tracy comes home to Port Charles, and is embroiled in the ELQ family business.
Elliot’s last episode on GH aired May 4, 2017 when Jane made the decision to to exit.
Her character left Port Charles by telling her family she was ready to have her own life, away from the shadow of her father. A later episode revealed that Tracy settled in Amsterdam after meeting up with Luke (Tony Geary).
Jane began playing the role of Tracy back in 1978.
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There was breaking news from the set on Thursday at Days of our Lives. According to Deadline, the series executive producer, Ken Corday announced to the cast that the show will continue on. It appears the 54-year-old daytime drama series received a one-year pick-up.
The article cites that when reached for comment, NBC who airs the show, and SONY TV the show’s distributor had “no comment”. However their sources reveal that a deal is being close to being completed and “looking good”.
This comes as welcome news to longtime and new fans of the series, who were concerned for its cancellation after a story ran over the last ten days that the cast was let-go from their contracts.
Under head writer Ron Carlivati, the soap just launched its innovative daytime drama time-jump on November 8th where all the characters lives were fast-forwarded a year.
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One Life’s David A. Gregory Gets Engaged; New Film ‘Dirty Sexy Saint’ To Drop Dec 8
November 21, 2019
Congratulations are in order to former One Life to Live star, David A. Gregory (Ex-Ford) and his longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Noble. The two finally got engaged.
It seems the engagement happened during a hike, where David joked: “Almost passed out on this hike,” with a photo from the Bump N Grind Hiking Trail in Palm Desert, California, as the two showed of their rings from his Instagram account.
In addition, fans of David’s can see him in his new passionflix movie, Dirty Sexy Saint co-starring Jordan Lane Price (Ex-Celia Fitzgerald, All My Children) which premieres on December 8th. Check out that teaser below.
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DAYS Eric Martsolf and Stacy Haiduk chat with Michael Fairman at Day of Days 2019; during their conversation the on-screen dup talk about the latest developments of Brady and Kristen within the series time-jump and more. Leave A Comment