Peyton List Among ‘The Tomorrow People’ at CW Upfronts (PHOTOS)


Former As the World Turns star Peyton List (ex-Lucy Montgomery) joined her The Tomorrow People co-stars Luke Mitchell and Aaron Yoo at The CW’s 2013 Upfront Presentation on May 16. The event featured several current and former daytime stars, including: Hart of Dixie’s Wilson Bethel (ex-Ryder Callahan, The Young and the Restless), Star-Crossed’s Natalie Hall (ex-Colby Chandler, All My Children), The Talk’s Aisha Tyler and Let’s Make a Deal’s Wayne Brady.

Check out more photos of stars from The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, The Tomorrow People, Hart of Dixie, Arrow, Reign and more after the jump!



Brooke Newton Cast as Colby Chandler on All My Children


Two new faces have been added to the cast of All My Children. The Online Network announced today Brooke Newton and Jason Pedergraft have booked gigs on the sudser.

Newtown will play Colby Chandler, daughter of Adam Chandler (David Canary) and teenage crush of Pete Cortlandt (Rob Wilson). I wonder how Colby's return will impact Pete's budding relationship with the mysterious Celia (Jordan Lane Price)? Newton will first air on May 16.

Natalie Hall Lands New CW Gig

According to Deadline, All My Children alum Natalie Hall (ex-Colby) has landed a new gig. The actress has been cast in The CW’s new pilot Oxygen.  The show will follow a normal teenage girl, Emery (Aimee Teegarden), who falls for an alien boy, Roman (Matt Lanter), when nine aliens, dubbed The Orions, are integrated into her high school. 
 
The former Pretty Little Liars bad girl will play a human named Taylor, the school’s Queen Bee.  Taylor’s friendship with Emery will be strained when the latter gets close to The Orions. 

Can Darin Brooks Scratch Natalie Hall’s Seven Year Hitch?



If you’ve been missing Darin Brooks since he was last seen on Days of Our Lives or Blue Mountain State, you’ll want to check him out opposite All My Children grad Natalie Hall in the upcoming Hallmark movie The Seven Year Hitch.

Brooks plays Kevin, the best friend and roommate of Jennifer (Hall), who tells him to move out once she gets engaged. When Kevin spots Jenn's fiancé (Ryan Doom) with another woman things get interesting! Watch the trailer for The Seven Year Hitch below.

Natalie Hall Books Lead in Hyped Up Hallmark Holiday Miniseries; Greg Vaughan, Dylan Bruce Also Star


The ABC Daytime soapers said they ain't letting the Mouse House's decision to rinse themselves of their suds slow their roles. All My Children lovely Natalie Hall has booked the lead in Love's Christmas Journey, a Hallmark Channel miniseries based on the series of Love Comes Softly books by Janette Oke. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actress who plays society princess-turned-Vlogger Colby Chandler on AMC, will portray Ellie King, a young, pioneer widow mourning her husband and daughter. Okay, so it's not a comedy.

ABC Daytime Stars Get Their Musical Theatre on in Support of LA Gay and Lesbian Center


Some of ABC Daytime's best and brightest came out on Oct. 7 to perform in The World Goes Round, a Broadway muscial revue to support the LA Gay and Lesbian Center.  Soaps.com caught up with several of the talented performers, including Brandon Barash (Johnny, General Hospital), who sang a song about Sara Lee baked goods, in addition to helping up the hunk factor during a bit performed by All My Children's Bobbie Eakes (Krystal).
After a month of working all day on the set and then rehearsing a few hours every night for "The World Goes Round," Barash, who hadn't done a musical in 13 years, admitted it was exhausting. "It's been a scramble, but it's all come together in the last week or two and we're excited with our product."

As for his alter ego, Johnny Zacchara, he had no idea what was to come for the mobster, but he's ready for anything. When asked what he'd like to see for Johnny, Brandon replied, "Something, 'cause he's been kind of stagnant lately. Something other than him griping about this sister because I think that ship has sailed."

For more from Barash and others go to Soaps.com!