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Scopin' the Soaps
Help readers find out what's happening on their favorite daytime soap with “Scopin’ the Soaps,” a column that offers compact, weekly summaries that reveal storylines and interesting plot twists for the top daytime serial programs.
Also included with “Scopin’ the Soaps” is “Soap Scene,” a weekly roundup of character changes, behind-the-scenes news and program updates.
Both columns are for print and web usage and carry strict embargo dates.
Scopin' the Soaps Samples
TYLER BLACKBURN MOVES FROM ROSEWOOD TO "RAVENSWOOD": Tyler Blackburn, who as Hanna's love interest, Caleb, has been one of the most popular characters on "Pretty Little Liars," will headline the series' fall spinoff, "Ravenswood."
ALL MY CHILDREN: Angie learned something extremely difficult for her to deal with.
CHRISHELL STAUSE SIGNS WITH "DAYS OF OUR LIVES": Chrishell Stause, who played Amanda Dillon on "All My Children" from 2005 until the show ended its network TV run in 2011, has been cast in a new role on "Days of our Lives."
ALL MY CHILDREN: Jesse's worst nightmare was confirmed. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Bill was guilt-ridden when Katie apologized for accusing him of having an inappropriate relationship with Brooke.
"GENERAL HOSPITAL" STARS RETURN IN NEW ROLES: Following a six-week absence from "General Hospital," actors Kristen Alderson, Michael Easton and Roger Howarth will return to the show on Friday, May 10.
ALL MY CHILDREN: With five years having passed in Pine Valley, David returned to avenge the death of someone he loved. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Taylor began to question Eric's loyalty when he unexpectedly defended Brooke over her.
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