Annie Wersching to Guest Star on Revolution

Former General Hospital star Annie Wersching is ready for a Revolution. According to TVLine, Wersching will portray Emma, Miles Matheson's (Billy Burke) first love and Sebastian Monroe’s (David Lyons) first obsession.

When Emma resurfaces in the current timeline, it sets the stage for a dramatic confrontation between the gentleman frenemies.


'Bethenny' Cleared in 97 Percent of The Country


A headline-grabbing divorce hasn't slowed reality star and Skinnygirl mogul Bethenny Frankel down. The fall launch of  Frankel's self-titled talk show Bethenny has been cleared for 97 percent of the television market. READ MORE

15 Dysfunctional Soap Opera Families We'd Go Home With For The Holidays

No. 15: The Graysons, Revenge

Retribution is a dish best served over the holidays, if you're a member of the Grayson clan on ABC's smash primetime soap Revenge. Blackmail, corporate espionage, insider trading and not-quite-fatal tumbles off balconies could all be on the gourmet menu, but for the chance to break holiday bread with Queen Victoria (Madeleine Stowe), we'd risk it. 



Michael Graziadei to Get Checked Out by 'The Mob Doctor'

The Young and the Restless heartthrob Michael Graziadei's lack of storyline in Genoa City, is primetime TV's gain. TV Line is reporting Graz will appear on Fox's The Mob Doctor. READ MORE

The Talk’s Aisha Tyler to Play Jake’s Mom on Glee

Glee smoothed the introduction of Jake (Jacob Artist) by introducing him as Puck’s (Mark Salling) half brother. Now the Fox show has cast a familiar, CBS daytime face as Jake’s mom — The Talk's Aisha Tyler

Michael Park and John Stamos Among Actors Doing Reading of SOAPDISH: The Musical

Soap alums Michael Park (ex-Jack, ATWT) and John Stamos (ex-Blackie, GH) are just a few of the actors who participated in a new reading of SOAPDISH the Musical. According to, Stamos and Park read alongside Kristen Chenoweth, Jane Krakowski, Miriam ShorCristin MiliotiAnne L. Nathan, and Daniel Torres. Donald De Line, Laurence Mark and Broadway Across America presented the reading of the musical, based on the hit 1991 feature film set in the behind-the-scenes world of a daytime drama.

Photo of John Stamos by PR Photos