Watch One Life to Live Alum Jason Tam in ‘Do No Harm’ Teaser!


If you’ve missed seeing Jason Tam on your TV since One Life to Live went off the air, you can how see him in NBC’s new Jekyll and Hyde styled medical series Do No Harm. In the pilot, Tam plays Brandon, one of the new doctors under the supervision Dr. Jason Cole.

Rescue Me alum Steven Pasquale brilliantly portrays Jason Cole and his evil nighttime alter, Ian. After years of being suppressed by drugs Jason has been administering to himself before 8:25 p.m., Ian becomes immune and tries to destroy Jason's life. Pasquale stars opposite Phylicia Rashad, Michael Esper and Alana De La Garza. Do No Harm premieres January 31, but you can watch it already on NBC.com or HuluPlus.

Check out previews for Do No Harm after the jump!

Sneak Peek: OLTL Pulls Out All The Stops For Starr X’D Lovers: The Musical!


It's that time of year again. Prom Night is upon the denizens of Llanview, PA, and excitement is bursting over, as one of the most anticipated events in a high schooler's life is set to play out over three, dramatic, explosive, melodic, "Starr X'd" episodes of One Life to Live, beginning this Friday, May 14.

Yours truly was invited to the OLTL studio recently for a preview of Starr X'd Lovers: The Musical, and honies let me tell y'all, the gang over at OLTL has pulled out all the stops to give fans a smash, 3-day event. Several of the soap's major storylines climax during the Glee-esque eppys, including: Langston's (Brittany Underwood) creeping behind Markko's (Jason Tam) back with Ford (David Gregory); Cole (Brandon Buddy) being in the slammer for almost killing Starr's (Kristen Alderson) Pops; a "teenage" Jessica (Bree Williamson) gunning for Cristian (David Fumero), much to the chagrin of Brody (Mark Lawson) and Layla (Tika Sumpter) and Matthew (Eddie Alderson) finally getting the girl, except Danielle's (Kelley Missal) set her sights on another... Welcome to Starr X'd Lovers: The Musical.



Soap Stars Help Stuff Stockings With Care


New York soap, primetime and Broadway stars turned out for the Stockings with Care celebrity bartending event at the Stitch Bar & Lounge on November 11. The event, which helps raise money to buy holiday gifts for children whose families cannot afford to celebrate their holiday, brought together stars from All My Children, As the World Turns, One Life to Live and former Guiding Light stars.

See photos of Adam Mayfield, Austin Peck, BethAnn Bonner, Brandon Buddy, Bree Williamson, Brett Claywell, Brian Kerwin, Brittany Allen, Daniel Kennedy, Daphnee Duplaix, David Fumero, Grant Bowler, Jason Tam, Jesse L. Martin, Mandy Bruno, Malcolm Jamal Warner, Mark Lawson, Melissa Claire Egan, Melissa Fumero, Meredith Hagner, Michael Urie, Murray Bartlett, Robert Bogue, Stephanie Gatschet, Terrell Tilford, Terri Colombino, Trent Dawson, Vanessa Williams and more after the jump.

One Life to Live Stars in “Queen Bea”: A Soapsical


Current and former One Life to Live stars spoofed the genre will all know and love this past Nov. 1 in "Queen Bea": A Soapsical, at the Laurie Beecham Theare in New York . Bree WilliamsonMark Lawson, BethAnn Bonner and Chris Stack starred in the musical comedy about a down and out soap diva. Renee Elise Goldsberry, Melissa Archer, John Brotherton and Jason Tam were also in attendance. 

See more photos of your favorite current and former One Life to Live stars at "Queen Bea": A Soapsical after the jump.