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Passions comes to iTunes

by Adam Finley, posted Aug 17th 2006 8:04AM

PassionsWell, it was bound to happen sooner or later. The first soap opera to be offered for download on iTunes is now, well, available for download on iTunes. The daytime drama you can now watch on your computer or iPod? That's right, reruns of Ryan's Hope. Wait, sorry, it's actually Passions, that kooky soap on NBC with all the crazy fantastical plotlines. Episodes will be available for $1.99 the day after they air, so if you like this soap, and I know a lot of people do, you can always catch up if you miss an episode. If any soap fans read this blog, which soap do you think iTunes should offer next? I'm pretty sure both my mom and sister would vote for General Hospital, a long-running series that most people don't know was actually a spin-off of a series called Specific Clinic*.

*I sincerely apologize for that lame joke.

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If you can get by the mermaids and witches. And the fact that in the real world GWEN should be in jail for stabbing Teresa in the back. Its really not a bad soap. I have been watching since it started, and it can be kinda entertaining at times.

August 24 2006 at 4:45 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
tammy ward

Passions is so much better than other soaps you actually care about what happens here and many people i am sure are onboard with this idea to see missed episodes, I only wish it were available to buy all episodes as I am sure from being able to chat with vendetta people and myself being a big fan it would be welcomed.The passions characters have become a part of my daily need to know with their exciting storylines.And my mother has become a fan as well due to me going to her house and watching it when I am there.She now watches too,yea!Go Passions

August 24 2006 at 3:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Passions is a piece of crap and isn't worth one cent, let alone $1.99!

August 17 2006 at 12:58 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Man, I know some website (I forget the URL) is gotta be nervous today. They sell episodes of most soaps for $3.95. If this iTunes/Soap Opera thing gets big, they may have to find a new widget.

If it does take off, iTunes should sell them via the season pass though, not $1.99 per episode.

August 17 2006 at 9:30 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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