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'General Hospital' News: Trouble for Patrick and Robin? Marriage for Johnny and Olivia?

by Michael Maloney, posted Apr 16th 2010 5:00PM
Brandon Barash and Jason ThompsonSoap fans that love country music will definitely want to check out Stagecoach in Indio, Calif. on April 24 and 25.

The music festival brings together eclectic versions of country music and your favorite ABC daytime actors, including 'General Hospital's' Brandon Barash (Johnny), Jason Thompson (Patrick), Steve Burton (Jason), Kelly Monaco (Sam); 'All My Children's' Bobbie Eakes; and 'One Life to Live's' Kassie DePaiva (Blair) and many others. (A complete list can be found at SOAPnet.com)

AOL TV got a jump on the game by quizzing Thompson and Barash about their Port Charles alter-egos. Read on to get the dish and click on Stagecoach to get info on attending the music fest

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Soap Round-Up - 'GH's' Kiefer Gets Run Over ... and More

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 10th 2010 11:15AM
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Greeting, soap fans. Welcome to the newest feature here at TV Squad, Soap Round-Up. Every Saturday, please join us as we recap what happened the previous week on all the daytime dramas. That means instead of shlepping to message boards and sites all over the Internet, you can find all the pertinent info right here. By the way, for any of you who are waiting for the weekend to watch the shows on SoapNet or off the DVR, beware of spoilers! We're doing our recaps with the idea that you want to know what happened and don't need to be surprised! Okay? Okay!

So, before we make the jump and get into every soap, from 'All My Children' to 'The Young and the Restless,' remember the SPOILER ALERT. Oh, one last thing, please comment and join the conversation. We love hearing from you!

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Soap Comebacks: Shaughnessy on 'Days of Our Lives,' Nouri on 'All My Children'

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 9th 2010 3:02PM
charles_shaughnessy_glassesCan you name two tall, dark and handsome television stars who will soon be delving into daytime? No, it's not a trick question, it's news. Yesterday, 'All My Children' will be welcoming Michael Nouri to the ABC soap as a new romantic adversary for Erica Kane. As for the other man, it's none other than Charles Shaughnessy, who will be returning to 'Days of Our Lives' to reprise the role he originated in 1984.

You may recall Shaughnessy from his recent stint on 'Mad Men' -- as St. John Powell, director of the British ad agency that acquired Sterling Cooper -- as well as his best-known role, as Mr. Sheffield on 'The Nanny.' But he was wonderful on 'Days' in the '80s and early '90s.

Shane Donovan was the quintessential James Bond of daytime (aside from Tristan Rogers on 'General Hospital'). He was a secret agent with the ISA (International Security Agency), and brought a lot of class and elegance to the show. The fact that he's coming back now is a real plus for the NBC soap, and a shout out to longtime fans who remember Shane.

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TV Casting: Michael Nouri Joins 'All My Children'

by Andrew Scott, posted Apr 8th 2010 4:35PM
Michael NouriIt looks like Erica Kane may have finally found her match. According to ABC, actor Michael Nouri ('Brothers & Sisters,' 'The OC') has joined the cast of the longrunning soap opera 'All My Children,' playing Caleb McGraw, a man who hits Erica's (Susan Lucci) radar "airplane crashes into his remote, mountainside home." Suffice to say the two don't get along much after that. Nouri's arc begins May 24. [Hollywood Insider]

More casting news after the jump.

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'All My Children' Stars Talk About 40 Years of Soap History

by Neil Busch, posted Apr 5th 2010 3:30PM
On AOL TV's Outside the Box show, 'All My Children' Outside the Box Interview'All My Children' co-stars Susan Lucci, Cameron Mathison, Bobbie Eakes and creator Agnes Nixon discussed what's coming up for their characters, the best way to be killed on a soap and if we'll be seeing any more of them on 'Dancing with the Stars'.

The 'AMC' crew also sorted through their evolving web of relationships and talked about the show's 40th anniversary.

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Soaps' Most Famous Dual Roles: Heche, Moore, Canary and More

by Michael Maloney, posted Mar 18th 2010 5:00PM
Julianne Moore's return to her role as Frannie Hughes on 'As The World Turns' and the upcoming retirement of David Canary from his part as Adam Chandler on 'All My Children' got us thinking: some of the best performances on daytime television have come from actors who've played dual roles!

Here's a look back at ten stars that have done double-duty (and sometimes more) in TV's most demanding genre.

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Marley Love. The sheltered sister of Donna and Peter Love, Marley had traditional teen woes before discovering her family tree had a case of root rot -- Marley was, in reality, Donna's daughter.

Check out the rest after the jump.

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'The Young & the Restless' Adds Eden Riegel and Marcy Rylan

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 7th 2010 3:15PM
The_Young_and_the_Restless_logo_CBSThere's a great history of 'The Young and the Restless' acquiring stars who were once tearing up the screen on 'All My Children.'

Peter Bergman, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Billy J. Miller, are just a few of the 'AMC' alums who have found great characters and thriving story lines among the Genoa City citizenry.

And now you can add another almost iconic Pine Valley actor. Eden Riegel is joining 'The Young and the Restless' taking on the role of Heather Stevens. Currently, Vail Bloom's been playing the assistant district attorney, Paul's daughter, but she's been pink-slipped in favor of Eden.

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David Canary: 5 Memorable Daytime Moments

by Michael Maloney, posted Feb 17th 2010 3:30PM
David CanaryABC has officially confirmed what many soap opera fans have been speculating for months: Fan favorite David Canary ('All My Children') is retiring.

The actor will continue to appear on the show through the end of April, setting up for a major power struggle within the Chandler household.

"My career on 'All My Children' has given me more than words could ever convey, both professionally and personally," Canary said in a statement.

Luckily, Canary's retirement won't mean the final end to Adam. "I will be back to check up on the Chandler clan," he added.

Without Adam appearing on a regular basis, 'AMC' will have to find someone with the combined evil of JR Ewing, Hannibal Lecter and Simon Bar Sinister to fill the void. Canary, who started on the show in 1984, won Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actor in 1986, 1988, 1989, 1993 and 2001,making him one of soaps' most celebrated actors.

Here's a look back at five of Canary's most memorable moments on daytime TV:

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It's Official: 'All My Children's' David Canary Retires

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 16th 2010 9:51PM
david_canary_all_my_children_abcOnly yesterday, the word began circulating that David Canary was leaving 'All My Children,' exiting the soap after 27 years. He was saying goodbye to the dual role of Adam and Stuart Chandler, a part that had been very good to him, earning him five Daytime Emmy awards.

Today, ABC sent out a press release and issued the official story. David Canary was decided to retire from 'All My Children.' He will stop shooting in March, but will still be seen on the show through April 2010. And with David's departure, the character of Adam Chandler will be checking out, too. There will be a power struggle in Chandler Industries caused by his absence, likely with JR, Scott and Annie going at it.

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David Canary Is Leaving 'All My Children'

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 15th 2010 3:29PM
david_canary_all_my_children_abcOne of the biggest stars of daytime, David Canary, has chosen not to renew his contract with 'All My Children,' in large part because of the soap's relocation to Los Angeles according to Soap Opera Network. ABC hasn't confirmed the information, but the creator of 'All My Children,' Agnes Nixon, did. And prior to her confirmation, David Canary's daughter Tweeted about it to David's fans.

David Canary has been on 'All My Children' as Adam and Stuart Chandler since 1983, winning five Daytime Emmys (out of eleven nominations), and he's a fantastic actor. The roles of Adam and Stuart have been integral to the show, even after it was revealed that Adam was responsible for shooting – and killing – Stuart last year.

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TV's Most Memorable Mothers and Daughters

by David Hofstede, posted Jan 29th 2010 3:00PM
The new CW series 'Life Unexpected' explores the unique relationship between Lux (Brittany Robertson), a teenager raised in a succession of foster homes, and her birth mother, radio talk show host Cate Cassidy (Shiri Appleby).

It's the latest in a tradition of TV series featuring memorable mothers and daughters, a formula that has inspired both great shows ('The Gilmore Girls') and disasters ('Kath and Kim'). If 'Life Unexpected' becomes a hit, perhaps we'll have one more duo to add to this list of TV's most memorable moms and the girls they love.

Check out the top 10 list after the jump.

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'All My Children's' Palmer Cortlandt: His Wicked Ways

by Michael Maloney, posted Jan 25th 2010 4:00PM
James MitchellThe soap opera world lost another legend on Friday with the death of James Mitchell, who died in Los Angeles of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease at the age of 89.

'All My Children' fans loved to hate Mitchell's character, Palmer Cortlandt, who had more schemes during his 31-year history in Pine Valley than Erica Kane has had husbands. Mitchell also received seven Daytime Emmy nominations for his work on the long-running soap, although, sadly he never won.

To honor the career of James Mitchell, here is a look back at five of his character's many dastardly deeds ...

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James Mitchell, 'All My Children' Star, Dead at 89

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 25th 2010 9:26AM
James Mitchell'All My Children' star James Mitchell died Friday after losing his battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 89.

Mitchell -- whose career spanned both the small screen and the Broadway stage -- was best remembered for his portrayal of the villainous Palmer Cortlandt on the ABC soap, and made a special appearance for the show's 40th anniversary earlier this month.

"He really enjoyed it. The meaner he could be, the happier he was," said Mitchell's partner, Oscar-winning costume designer Albert Wolsky.

For more on James Michell, visit PopEater.

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All My Children's James Mitchell passes away

by Allison Waldman, posted Jan 23rd 2010 10:09AM
james_mitchell_all_my_childrenOne of the most famous stars of daytime, All My Children's James Mitchell, died Friday, January 22 in Los Angeles. He was 89 and suffered from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, complicated by pneumonia. He hadn't been on the show much of the past couple of years, but he did make it back for the AMC 40th anniversary episode on January 5, and that turned out to be his last professional appearance.

James Mitchell was a man with two great careers. To soap fans, he was the indomitable Palmer Cortlandt, a brilliant tycoon and businessman, but also a man obsessed with his family and not above manipulation to get his way.

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All My Children hires two new head writers

by Allison Waldman, posted Jan 21st 2010 6:02PM
all_my_children_logo_bookIt's been weeks since All My Children dropped head writer Charles Pratt Jr. Today, the ABC soap which has just celebrated its 40th anniversary on the air, made a decision about the future story lines for the show. David Kreizman and Donna Swajeski are the new co-head writers of All My Children. The duo have worked together in the past; in 2007 they were winners of the Writers Guild Award for heading up the Guiding Light writing staff.

ABC Daytime prez Brian Frons, was effusive in praising the writers, saying, "David and Donna are the perfect team to bring new ideas to All My Children while remaining true to its core by telling stories with a focus on the integrity of the show's history, its characters and families on the canvas." It helps that Donna actually began her soap writing career at AMC, working directly with the show's creator, Agnes Nixon.

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