General Hospital heartthrob Jack Wagner is returning to primetime. Wagner announced on Twitter, he's guest starring on the Scott Baio series See Dad Run. The Nick at Nite comedy follows the adventures of a former TV star-turned-stay at home dad who is also husband to a soap actress (Alanna Ubach). READ MORE
John Stamos’ career continues to explode this year. The General Hospital alum has landed a huge recurring role on USA Network's Necessary Roughness. Per Deadline, Stamos will appear in all 10 episodes of the show’s upcoming third season.
Stamos will play, Connor McClane, founder of a huge global entertainment and sports management conglomerate. McClane is determined to get Dr. Dani (Callie Thorne) to join his company after the success she’s had with the New York Hawks and their star player TK (Mehcad Brooks).
Get out your dancing shoes. Ellen DeGeneres’ self-titled talk show has been renewed through the 2016-17 season in 96 percent of the country. The renewal includes all 10 NBC-owned and operated and an additional 179 stations. In a released statement, Said President of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution Ken Werner:
Ellen is quite simply the best,” Werner said in a statement. “Day in and day out she and her team produce a unique and compelling hour of entertainment which is appointment television for legions of women. We are absolutely thrilled that NBC, Ellen, Warner Bros. and all of our station partners will be continuing our successful relationship for years to come. READ MORE
What will Jessie's girl say? Actor/singer Rick Springfield was arrested today in connection with of a DUI case. According to TMZ, the General Hospital star missed his court appearance in February, where he was to show evidence he completed his alcohol education program.
In May 2011, Springfield was arrested for a DUI, after Malibu police pulled him over and reportedly smelled alcohol in his car. Early Friday morning, L.A. County Sheriff's deputies went by Springfield's house to serve the warrant. While he was being booked, Springfield's attorney had the warrant recalled and he was released.
Hours after the incident, Springfield posted the picture and caption below about his ordeal on Facebook: