Guiding Light’s Robert Bogue Shines in Season 2 of Wallflowers


Former Guiding Light actor Robert Bogue shows off his comedic side in Season 2 of the web series Wallflowers. Set in New York City, Wallflowers tells the story of a group of friends' struggle with the up and downs of single life. Bogue portrays Fred, who gets hot and heavy with Jane (Jolly Abraham).
The web series is currently airing on Stage17.tv. Watch the first two episodes of the second season below. Don't forget to catch up on Season One if you missed it!

Francesca Eastwood Stars in Fashion Web Soap From Nylon TV and Maker Studios (TRAILER)



Online multichannel firm Maker Studios is teaming up with Nylon TV to produce a soapy, new Hollywood web series! Entitled Oh, You Pretty Things, the 10-part scripted drama series will star Francesca Eastwood as a 20-something lifestyle blogger in East Los Angeles.

Sarah Dumont, Tui Asau, Alexander Nifong and Matthew Grathwol round out the cast. Oh, You Pretty Things premieres May 19 on Maker’s fashion and beauty channel, The Platform. The serial will also air on Nylon TV’s YouTube channel. Watch the trailer after the jump!

PC #72: Apache Chief


The Pop Confidential podcast is back! On today's show, Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe and Jenna Dorsi dish your fave primetime TV shows.

The PC crew can't get enough of The Good Wife and the amazing drama it has given viewers in the episodes surrounding Will's death. Has The Good Wife become the best drama since The Wire?

The Season Four premiere of Game of Thrones crashed HBO GO and delivered the cable channel's best ratings since The Sopranos. Luke and Jenna share their favorite moments from the episode.

Has Scandal jumped the shark with its Alias-esque writing? Shonda Rhimes' other series, Grey's Anatomy has been on a roll with a strong season.

Jillian can't get enough of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Atlanta and all the bitchtastic drama.

Single Ladies was saved from cancellation and has a new home.

Shameless delivered a shocking season finale. Find out what the PC gang thought of the season, from Fiona's spiral to Frank surviving to get drunk another day.

Jamey is in love with the new season of Dallas. His recap has the rest of the PC gang wanting to tune back in.

Luke can't get enough of The CW's new show The 100, which is killing off characters faster than The Hunger Games.

Reign still has Jenna enchanted by its medieval drama.

Jamey and Jenna are excited by the latest news about Jem the movie.

All this and much more on today's Pop Confidential podcast!












WATCH: Kroll Show Stages HILARIOUS Degrassi Parody! (VIDEO)


Poor Canada. First Justin Bieber shames them, now this!

Comedy Central’s Kroll Show includes an ongoing sketch that parodies Degrassi: The Next Generation. The serialized spoof is called Wheels, Ontario and stars comedian Nick Kroll as an awkward teen, Mikey, with a Bieber haircut. 
 
Last week’s episode focused on Sex Ed, but what made it really stand out was guest-star Lauren Collins, a.k.a Paige Michalchuk!  The Degrassi alum appeared as Mikey’s new love interest, Collette. 
 
Watch a clip after the jump!

Will Pride Be The Web’s Answer to HBO’s Looking? (VIDEO)


Pride may go before destruction, but in Dorell Anthony's (All My Children) red-hot, upcoming web series it also serves as the jumping off point for an erotic, intense, LGBT thrill ride. Directed by Brandon Polanco, whose short film Writers Block starred Breaking Bad's Bryan CranstonPride is "an eight-episode genre and gender bending television series that depicts four characters who are connected by blood, friendship, sex and love in a classic battle between good versus evil."  

Soap alums Ilene Kristen (Ryan's Hope, One Life to Live, General Hospital) and Lauren B. Martin (As The World Turns, All My Children, Guiding Light) also appear in the series. Check out the trailer after the jump!

Stars Preview Upcoming Season of The Bay


Emmy-nominated web series The Bay returns January 5. Following the elite denizens of Bay City, The Bay tells the story of socialite Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans) and her son Peter (Kristos Andrews). The soap also explores the various sordid affairs and blackmail schemes the Garretts and their acquaintances get mixed up in. 

In anticipation of the premiere, the cast teased what’s ahead. 
 
While Tristan Rogers, who plays police commissioner Lex Martin, said he would like to eventually see a Lex/Sara pairing, it’s not in his character’s immediate future. 
 

Lex hasn’t changed much – he's involved with some family stuff, but he’s mostly concentrating on the police department and police matters.