Days of Our Lives' Greg Vaughan and Wife Split

Days of Our Lives star Greg Vaughan and wife, model/actress Touriya, have separated after nine years of marriage. Vaughan made the announcement on Instagram and stated:


Scandal Recap: “Flesh and Blood”

This week’s Scandal saw paternity questions arise, and everyone scramble to keep Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) from blowing up.  Meanwhile, Olivia’s (Kerry Washington) parents probably put her one step closer to the nuthouse. 

Barbara Walters on The Talk: "If You’re Married to The President of The Network You Get More Promos"

As she readies for retirement, is Barbara Walters worried about CBS Daytime's The Talk overtaking her ABC coffee klatch? Not a chance. In a candid exit interview with Variety, The View’s co-creator revealed:

We are not at all affected by The Talk. I don’t think the success of her show diminishes us, nor do I think the success or failure of The View affects them. The only thing I’ll say is if you’re married to the president of the network, you get more promos. READ MORE

Top 5 Moments from Once Upon A Time's "It's Not Easy Being Green"


The heart, both literally and figuratively, shaped the outcome of many of the events this past Sunday in Storybrooke. Check out the Top 5 Moments from Once Upon A Time’s “It’s Not Easy Being Green”.

Former General Hospital Star Alicia Leigh Willis Heads to Days of Our Lives

Look who's back in daytime!. Soap Opera Digest is reporting General Hospital alum Alicia Leigh Willis has landed a role on Days of Our Lives. READ MORE

Barbara Walters to Last Air on The View May 16

Barbara Walters won't be asking morning TV watchers to take a little time and enjoy The View after May 16. ABC News announced that day as Walters’ last on the talk show.

In addition to the week-long send-off The View is giving Walters, the legendary broadcast journalist will be the subject of a two-hour primetime special focusing on her career and life. To cement Walters' place in history, the New York City headquarters of ABC News will be renamed in her honor later this spring.

Said Disney head honcho Bob Iger:

She's a dear friend and colleague as well as someone I deeply admire, and it's impossible to fully convey her impact and influence on television. She broke barriers, defied convention, made history and set the standard for journalistic excellence for more than 50 years. It's hard to imagine television without her.