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The Mystery Deepens on Gotham

The mystery behind Catherine (Martha Byrne) and Richard's (Michael Park) past hasn't come to light, but there was sure a lot of tap dancing on the second episode of Gotham!  As Catherine took the short term spotlight to promote her cause, Richard listened, while Sheila (Margaret Reed) used her feminine wiles to distract him. Guiding Light favorite Maeve Kinkead (Dinah) made her debut and looked fantastic doing so. Catch the episode after the jump. READ MORE

Kurt McKinney Joins Gotham The Series

According to We Love Soaps, Kurt McKinney is joining Gotham The Series as Liam Kelly. McKinney is best known for his role as Matt Reardon on Guiding Light.

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Kin Shriner Comes to Gotham

We Love Soaps is reporting Kin Shriner will be joining Gotham The Series. The new web series debuted last night and is written and produced by Martha Byrne (ex-Lily, ATWT; ex-Andrea, GH). Information about the series and its cast can be found at GothamTheSeries.com.

One Life to Live Films in New Jersey

This past Thursday, One Life to Live filmed a few scenes on the Nevius Street Bridge in Raritan, New Jersey. The bridge featured a hostage situation including the chararacters Bo (Robert S. Woods), Nora (Hillary B. Smith), Tea (Florencia Lozano), Todd (Trevor St. John), Blair (Kassie DePaiva), Danielle (Kelley Missal) and Ross (Michael Lowry). The scenes are set to air during the weeks of December 7 and 14. Be sure to check out Nj.com for more details on One Life to Live's location shoot.  READ MORE

Hollyoaks Comes to You Tube

If the web is the wave of the future, then  Channel 4 on Demand (4oD) is securing its foothold by making a deal with YouTube to carry all of its online content. According to Digital Spy, the network will be,
Launching in the "coming months", the arrangement will see all Channel 4 programming arrive on YouTube "shortly" after the televised transmissions. Users on the site will also be able to access over 3,000 hours of long-form content from the Channel 4 archive.

Channel 4 is home to the hit soap Hollyoaks, which means viewers worldwide will be able to tune in. READ MORE