Soap Opera Weekly
Gloria haters must be rejoicing. One would assume from the cover that she get's the boot out of the Abbot mansion.
It's a sad, sad day when Martha Bryne chooses to leave As the World Turns. I know the network and show have said they made a generous offer but why do I doubt that it was really that generous?
Josh and Reva in bed? I hope this is the tipping point and Cassie goes over the edge. As Mike points out, on the podcast crazy Cassie is awesome to watch.
On a different topic. What do the Days of Our Live's fans think of Tamara Braun on the show? I know that she's extremely popular amongst a large segment of General Hospital fans but how are our Days of Our Lives fans enjoying her?
Soap Opera Weekly is reporting that Josh Griffith has officially been named Head Writer/Executive Producer of the Young and Restless. According to Wikipedia Griffith was one of the writers who took Fi-Core during the recent Writers Strike. Also promoted to Co-Head Writer is Maria Arena Bell, the daughter-in-law of Young and Restless creator William J. Bell.
I would love to know what long time Young and Restless fans think of this. As a newer fan I don't understand all the behind the scenes workings of the CBS soaps quite as well as the ABC soaps. Is this a good thing or a bad thing, in your opinion, for The Young and Restless?
Moving on to more somber topics. 2007 may not have been Jesse Soffer or Jennifer Landon's most stellar year in terms of storylines but they will be missed if they do leave As the World Turns.
Of course I can just imagine how many emergency rooms filled up when Young and Restless fans had coronaries from the thought of Gloria moving back into the Abbot mansion. Let's hope that they and she has medical insurance because for some reason I have a feeling she's going to be in for a bumpy ride (no puns intended) living with Jack.
So what is everyone thinking of Shirley Jones so far? Personally, I'm impressed but John's fingering the knife in every other scene is a bit much if you ask me.