ATWT’s Forbes March: “Nuke is About as Gay as Bill Cosby!”



Forbes March has given a hilarious, revealing exit interview to TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco, where he talked about not only his time as Mason, the boring Nuke interloper, on As The World Turns, but also his turns on One Life to Live as the most awesomest character ever, Nash Brennan (A curse on you Ron Carlivati for killing my and Tessica's Nash. May your Dynasty Season Two disc melt in your DVD player!), and as Scott on All My Free Time Since I Stopped Watching Chuck Pratt's Televised Nightmare. He also dishes his gig in the upcoming Degrassi TV movie. Check out what he says about the difficulties of telling a gay story on ATWT. Someone must be angling for some free Jello Pudding Pops!

Forbes March Lands Degrassi TV-Movie


As the World Turns' Forbes March landed a role in the upcoming, as yet untitled, Degrassi TV-movie and just finished three days of filming, according to TV Guide Canada.

One of my fave people and actors ever, Forbes March, landed a role on Degrassi’s next untitled TV-movie! The Canadian actor travelled to Toronto to film for three days to play the role of George. “I had a blast,” March tells Suds. Incidentally, when March was looking for work a few months back (thanks a lot, kill-happy One Life), I had actually suggested the Canadian audition for Degrassi. A few months later, as luck would have it, March attended one of Degrassi’s gay crew member’s wedding. When producers met March at the ceremony, they were quite taken with the actor and offered him a part. During the filming, the Degrassi cast and crew were seriously impressed with the actor’s work, so don’t be too surprised if he returns to the series down the road. Expect the movie, which came on the heels of Degrassi’s explosive hit and critically acclaimed telefilm, Paradise City, to air sometime next year.

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DC #431: CBS and Days Genoa City We Have a Problem

On today's CBS and Days of Our Lives episode of Daytime Confidential Luke, Jamey, Jillian and Melodie discuss the latest in As the World Turns, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, Guiding Light and The Young and the Restless storylines and news, including:

Forbes March makes his As the World Turns debut. The Knights of Meg's Round Table ride to her rescue. Emma chews out Meg. Paul has a microchip in his brain. Is Oakdale becoming As the Days Turns into General Hospital? Should Noah be connected to the canvas more? Henry's alter-ego is unmasked. Bonnie's weave isn't the only "hairy" problem on ATWT.

Rick Hearst returns to The Bold and the Beautiful as Whip Jones. The DC gang shares their reactions to his debut. Is it just us or do Whip and Stephanie have unintended chemistry? B&B seems to be going back to basics by focusing on Taylor, Ridge and Brooke, but does this just magnify the fact it lacks considerable depth among its younger characters?

Kevin Spirtas returns to Salem as Dr. Craig Wesley to be with his ill daughter. Kate is framing Daniel for Chloe's health problems, but can he prove his innocence? If Days of Our Lives is worried about renewal, is it taking too much time in the build up to Sami vs. Nicole?

Bill and Lizzie get married on Guiding Light. Michelle Ray Smith returns as Ava to mourn Jeffrey's death. How many more deaths are coming to Springfield? Mel reveals what is in store. GL gives $10,000 to Peapack and donates part of its wardrobe to charity.

John Driscoll debuts as Chance on The Young and the Restless. Will Jamey disown Auntie Ri Ri at the family picnic for what is happening in the Phillip III storyline? Is Tammin Sursock leaving the role of Colleen Carlton? Lily's cancer storyline is building up, but is there too much doom and gloom on Y&R?

All this and more on today's episode of Daytime Confidential.

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