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Y&R's Michael Muhney on upcoming fan fest "No groping & we're all good"!

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The Young and the Restless, Michael Muhney (Adam) is heading to Raleigh, North Carolina with many other soap stars and some of his Y&R castmates next weekend for the Soap Star Spectacular on Sunday, November 21st.  The talented actor and Genoa City’s resident bad boy spoke to yesterday for a phone interview. When speaking with the reporter about fan interaction Muhney said jokingly, “Don’t grope me.  No groping and we’re all good.”

Muhney went onto discuss playing the many layers of Adam Newman, “As long as Adam has a bite and he can be cruel and manipulative with the right people, but then can have a whole different tact with others, he will be fun to play. I always want to hold on to the bad boy side.”

And as far as the fans, Muhney truly loves meeting them,  “I’m just about as thrilled with the opportunity this next weekend as the folks who will be attending.  It is kind of a pay-it-forward moment when I get to interact with folks. They are the ones you are performing for.”

For more on the Soap Star Spectacular and how you can meet  The Talented Mr. Muhney, and tickets, click here.

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Devoted Fan
Devoted Fan

Please get Adam and Daisy off of Y&R and please don’t let Deacon come back. I really miss watching Y&R but I won’t as long as these total unlikeables are still on. It seems to me that MAB has taken too much advice from Brad Bell. Not listening to your fans (who hate Adam, Deacon, and Daisy) and ticking off the fans isn’t good for ratings. We don’t like these characters and we’ve stated as much over and over and over and over……

Devoted Fan
Devoted Fan

Actually, none of that (my previous comment) matters if Y&R is already slated for cancellation and they are either trying to condition us now so that is won’t matter as much or if they are trying to get the numbers low so they can act all surprised and devastated when it happens. It smacks of GL and ATWT to me and it is no way to treat decades-loyal fans. Or any fans.


Wow! Save the drama for Y&R! To quote Melody Thomas Scott in a recent interview, “it’s a SOAP, baby!” Y&R has been number one in the ratings for years upon years for a reason. I enjoy the show each and every day. There’s always a few characters that people won’t respond to, for whatever reason, but there are just as many other characters that people enjoy. The core group will always be there and it’s the temporary ones who’ll be gone before you know it. I’m certain you’ve been watching long enough to realize that. Sheesh!

Devoted Fan
Devoted Fan

As long as MF allows comments, I will comment. So sheesh back to you, baby. There are far too many channels on TV to suffer through a show that has loathesome and unlikeable characters. Victor does not have both of those characteristics. That comparison is like apples and potatoes. Why would anyone watch something that is just unpleasant? It just adds insult to injury to have read that so many other viewers feel similarly and MAB just blows off the feedback and forges ahead. The longevity of Deacon, Daisy, and Adam is too much. Enjoy the ratings MAB. Devoted Fan… Read more »


Your comment/reply makes absolutely no sense.


Everyone’s got their own opinions on individual characters and disliking a couple isn’t going to mean a thing. I happen to enjoy watching Adam AND Deacon. Have LOATHED (not loved to hated) Victor Newman for the entirety of his presence on the show. Ever since he was married to Julia. I’m not alone. And yet, somehow the show survived all that… 😉


The Men of Charity Lawson’s Season of ‘The Bachelorette’ Revealed

Bachelor Nation got a preview of the twenty-five men who are searching for love and are hoping to find it with season 20’s ‘Bachelorette’ Charity Lawson.  The new season of the reality-dating competition kicks-off on Monday June 26th (9-11 PM ET) on ABC.

Viewers met Lawson during Zach Shallcross’ season of The Bachelor.  During a recent appearance on The Jennifer Hudson Show, Charity said on being the producers choice for the lead role in season 20: “This puts me in the position of being the fourth woman of color to hold this role and the second monoracial African American woman to have the opportunity to find love. I notice and acknowledge that this is so much bigger than myself. It is my journey to love, but it’s bigger than me.”

The men vying for the final rose will include:
Aaron B., 29, a software salesman from San Diego, Calif.
Aaron S., 33, a firefighter from San Diego, Calif.
Adrian, 33, a realtor from Northridge, Calif.
Brayden, 24, a travel nurse from San Diego, Calif.
Caleb A., 29, a resident physician from Ann Arbor, Mich.
Caleb B., 24, a pro wrestler from Orlando, Fla.
Christopher “Chris,” 27, a world record jumper from White Plains, N.Y.
Dotun, 30, an integrative medicine specialist from Brooklyn, N.Y.
James, 28, an attorney from Chicago, Ill.
Joe, 32, a tech operations director from San Francisco, Calif.
Joseph “Joey,” 27, a tennis pro from Lawai, Hawaii.

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John., 27, a data scientist from New York, N.Y.
John Henry, 30, an underwater welder from Virginia Beach, Va.
Josh, 28, a Harvard grad student from Bethlehem, Pa.
Kaleb K., 26, construction salesman from Norcross, Ga.
Ahmad Khalid “Khalid,” 28, a tech recruiter from Dearborn, Mich.
Michael, 28, a yacht captain from Chicago, Ill.
Nicholas “Nick,” 32, an HR executive from Bayonne, N.J.
Peter, 33, an airline pilot from New York, N.Y.
Sean, 25, a software sales representative from Tampa, Fla.
Spencer, 32, a medical sales director from Moorpark, Calif.
Tanner, 30, a mortgage lender from Pittsburgh, Pa.
Taylor, 32, a loan officer from Springboro, Ohio
Warwick, 27, a construction manager from Nashville, Tenn.
Xavier, 27, a biomedical scientist from Carrboro, N.C.

Over the past weekend, a video teaser for the men of Charity’s season was released by ABC.  You can check it out below.

Then, let us know, any picks on which guy could steal Charity’s heart on the upcoming season of The Bachelorette? Let us know in the comment section.

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Walt Willey Brings All My Children’s Jackson Montgomery to General Hospital

Look for another legal eagle character from a former ABC soap opera to pop up on General Hospital!

News today out of Soap Opera Digest has that none other than Walt Willey set to reprise his role as All My Children’s Jackson Montgomery on upcoming episodes of GH in July.

Willey played Erica Kane’s (Susan Lucci) love interest and the Pine Valley lawyer from 1987 through to till ABC’s cancellation of the series back in 2011.  The actor previously crossed-over to another soap opera in 1996, when he played Jack on ABC’s The City.

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Taking to his Facebook account, Walt confirmed the news on his appearances on GH: “Hey Folks… Been sitting on this one for a while but now I’ve been given the clearance to announce that “Jackson Montgomery” is visiting Port Charles! I’ll be doing a few episodes of General Hospital, due to air mid July. So excited to reprise my character and see and work with old friends! I’ll keep you posted on any details. “Jackson” in Port Charles…who would have thought it? Let me, and ABC, know what you think about it!”

Could Jack’s sudden arrival in Port Charles have to do with the SEC and the trouble that Carly (Laura Wright) and Drew (Cameron Mathison) find themselves in?   Will AMC fans get to see Cameron Mathison and Willey share scenes together again?  Mathison played Ryan Lavery on the beloved former soap opera.

So, excited to see Walt on General Hospital? What do you think brings Jack to Port Charles? Weigh-in below and stay tuned.

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DAYS Alum Jensen Ackles on ‘The Winchesters’ Inability to Find New Home is a Case of ‘Unfortunate Timing’

Former Supernatural, Big Sky, and Days of our Lives star, Jensen Ackles (ex-Dean, ex-Beau, ex-Eric) took to social media on Saturday when the news broke that his series, The Winchesters, in which he executive produced, has run out of options to find a new home.

The show which aired for one season on the CW was a prequel to Supernatural.   In an update, The Winchesters producing studio, Warner Bros, attempted to find another network or streaming partner to move forward with the series after its cancellation.

Now comes word that all avenues have been exhausted.  All this, even though a #SavetheWinchesters campaign led by Ackles, himself, was attempted to bring some attention and heat on the show.

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Jensen expressed his ‘thanks’ to the viewers and cited the current WGA writer’s strike as one of the main contributing factors to making the search for a new home for the series extremely daunting.

Ackles shared: “To all of you who watched, followed, and supported this story, THANK YOU. And to all those who brought this show to life…I couldn’t be more proud of what we all did together. But as they say…timing is everything. With a massive Network shift coupled with an industry strike…welp…that’s some unfortunate timing. Sleep well dear  @WinchestersOnCW…until we meet again. Somewhere down the road.”


So, did you watch The Winchesters? Do you hope it can someday return? What did you think about the sentiments shared by Jensen Ackles? Comment below.

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