Young and Restless
There's absolutely nothing hotter than screwing a mental patient in Genoa City, Wisconsin. If Sharon (Sharon Case) forgets to pop one of her happy pills, Nick (Joshua Morrow) can have a threesome without even so much as hitting up anyone on Tinder.
Elsewhere in Genoa City, there appears to be a drinking game starting everytime someone says the phrase "Ian is back in town". Check out Thursday's The Young and the Restless sneak peek after the jump! READ MORE
Soap Opera icon Susan Lucci dropped by The Jolt to chat with Larry Flick and Keith Price about the new season of Lifetime's Devious Maids. Flick generously shared the interview with us for Daytime Confidential listeners to enjoy.
The All My Children legend shares insight into her Devious Maids character, Genevieve Delatour, and teases the arrival of her character's mother.
Of course Flick couldn't let Lucci leave without taking her on a trip down Erica Kane memory lane. Listen as they talk about the legendary character, her AMC family and AMC creator Agnes Nixon.
All this and much more on today's Daytime Confidential podcast!
It's no secret Cady McClain (ex-Dixie) was a staunch supporter of Prospect Park's efforts to bring back All My Children and sister show One Life to Live. In a new interview with TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan, The Young and the Restless transplant recalls the experience of enduring AMC's second cancellation. Here's an excerpt:
TV Guide Magazine: Are you still stinging from the failure of Prospect Park's reboot of AMC?
McClain: When you watch a beloved show come to an end and see the toll it takes on everyone with the production and the fans who have loved and supported it, it's like the death of an entire family. The experience with Prospect Park was nightmarish and heartbreaking. I was a big supporter of the show and what they tried to do with it online, but the powers that be who held the purse strings did not have their plan in place. It was all rather sad. [Laughs] Now there is nothing to bitch about! I'm, like, "You people at Y&R don't even know how bad it can get!" Every time I drive on the lot at CBS, I say a big prayer of thanks and gratitude. I hate to say it — and I would never wish those soaps to have been cancelled ever — but the gift of that loss is that it put a hot fire under everybody's ass. The surviving shows got their s--t together and everybody — actors, writers, producers — stopped taking their jobs for granted and worked a lot harder to make the most of the opportunity. It also made the networks realize how much these shows mean to the public.
PC #74: Podcast Exclusive - Jackie Collins on New Novel, Cookbook and Planned Hollywood Wives TV SerialBy Pop Confidential on April 16, 2014
She's provided readers with countless, delicious stories over the years, now New York Times and Amazon Best Selling author Jackie Collins is giving celebrity foodies a run for their aprons with The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook. The unmatched, modern day Scheherazade also has a new, steamy fictional read out, Confessions of a Wild Child, which details the teen years of her most iconic heroine — Lucky Santangelo.
Collins returns to the Pop Confidential podcast, to dish with Jamey Giddens and Luke Kerr about her new projects. She shares deets on the planned movie version of Confessions, and a 13-part television update for her biggest best seller ever, Hollywood Wives.
A major boob tube lover, Collins reveals what she's watching this season, from The Good Wife and The Black List, to her current favorite serialized drama, Showtime's Shameless. All this and so much more in this juicy edition of Pop Confidential!
Chester, The Teen Model Molester is back today on The Young and the Restless. Just what more does Ian Ward (Ray Wise) want from Dylan (Steve Burton)?
Over at Kay Chancellor's crib, Lily (Christel Khalil) is rolling the heck out of her neck in Colin's (Tristan Rogers) direction. It's hard out there for criminal soap daddies. Watch a sneak peek of Wednesday's Y&R after the jump! READ MORE
Melody Thomas Scott is a long way from Genoa City. On the season finale of The Crazy Ones, The Young and the Restless diva plays Flora, a librarian with a love for booze.
Check out a promo for the soap legend's April 17 appearance on the Robin Williams/Sarah Michelle Gellar sitcom after the jump! READ MORE