SPOILERS: What Causes Viki and Dorian to Go to WAR Again on One Life to Live?


Those feuding socialites, Viki (Erika Slezak) and Dorian (Robin Strasser) will be back at it when One Life to Live returns April 29. The Online Network has released a little snippet via iTunes of what drama is waiting in Llanview, PA. According to the preview:
Intoxicating, character driven drama One Life to Live is back with all new must-see episodes. One Life to Live is filled with action, romance, comedy, and pushes the boundaries of entertainment by exploring cutting edge social issues. Viki, Dorian, Todd, Blair, the Buchanans and the Lords -- all the icons of Llanview -- are joined by gorgeous, hot stars of tomorrow in the all-new One Life to Live. At the start, Viki's sexy, young reporter Jeffrey King uncovers a scandal that ends Dorian's senatorial career. Of course, Dorian blames Viki, reigniting and exploding their feud to epic proportions. Meanwhile danger follows Todd to town in the form of a mysterious, evil organization signified by a sinister tattoo...and a deadly agenda. Blair and Cutter's popular new club Shelter places Llanview on the map with DJ's, singers and cameo roles played by the biggest names in show business today. The new One Life to Live has beloved characters from the show that ran on network television for 43 years plus the contemporary look, feel and style of an edgy new hit.

SPOILERS: Carmine and Noah’s Pasts Come Back to Haunt Them on The Young and The Restless! Plus 2013 Previews!

Carmine/Alex/Noah: New Genoa City transplant Carmine has a bit of history with Det. Alex Chavez. Carmine is bar tending, when Alex arrives on the scene. Alex immediately recognizes the troublesome lad, and starts to ask him if he's from New York. Carmine pretends not to know Alex, because he's trying to sever his father's mob ties. He's constantly getting flack for his family's "business”.
 
A quick thinking Carmine lies, and says he's from Detroit. Alex whips out a picture of Noah with a girl, and wonders if he knows them. Carmine isn't sure of the girl's identity, but remarks on Noah’s short fuse, which perks Alex's ears. What exactly did Noah do in NYC?

Jack: Old Smilin's family ambushes him with a drug intervention.

Victor/Nikki: The two give each other very special Christmas gifts.

Adam: The black sheep Newman attempts to make inroads with Chelsea.

Will Nikki Learn The Truth About Sharon on The Young and the Restless (SPOILERS)?


Nikki/Chelsea/Sharon: The socialite and the grifter bump into each other at On The Boulevard. When Chelsea tries to chit chat with Nikki, the diva is a little snotty with her. Nikki apologizes right after her outburst and confides in Chelsea how the two aren't so different, as Nikki was just like her when she was younger (Say what?).

The pair begins talking about the Newman Ranch fire. Nikki admits she doesn't know who the culprit was, but remarks it isn't kosher for someone to destroy a family's history and memories. Chelsea is moved by Nikki's words, as this is pretty much what Sharon is doing to her and Adam's relationship. Will Chelsea tell Nikki who burned her home to the ground?

Actors Strike: AFTRA & SAG Split Has Bold and Beautiful Connection

Deadline Hollywood Daily's Nikki Finke is reporting that the recent split between AFTRA and SAG over the upcoming Actors Strike has a daytime connection.

In the post Finke reports that the Bold & Beautiful's Susan Flannery has been circulating a petition to " decertify AFTRA as the union representing the actors on the long-running soap" but that Flannery's petition was common knowledge and that AFTRA is blowing everything out of proportion.

We've posted a paragraph from the letter sent out by AFTRA below but be sure to visit Deadline Holly Wood Daily for the entire story and further details.

Excerpt: "AFTRA recently became aware that leaders of SAG have involved themselves in a campaign to encourage cast members on the CBS daytime drama "The Bold and the Beautiful" to decertify AFTRA as their union. The people leading this drive apparently believe that decertifying AFTRA would further the goal of having one union for all actors. In fact, it would do the opposite. If successful, it would leave the performers on "The Bold and the Beautiful" stripped of any union representation and uncovered by any union contract. This situation is sadly not surprising given SAG Hollywood leadership's ongoing campaign of misinformation to disparage AFTRA."