General Hospital and The Bay hunk Ignacio Serricchio has snagged a guest role on Lifetime's hit sizzling drama The Client List. This will reunite Serricchio with his former Ghost Whisperer co-star and onscreen sibling Jennifer Love Hewitt. The series follows Riley (Hewitt), a single, Texan mother who goes to work at a massage parlor and quickly realizes the establishment offers up more than deep muscle therapy. No word on Serricchio's role, the actor is slated to appear on June 3.
The Client List airs at 10 pm EST on Lifetime
This week on The Bay, Matt Ashford returns as Steve Jensen and scares Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans), before visiting Brian (Dylan Bruce). Meanwhile, Emma Cambridge (Fiona Hutchison) discovers she’s Peter (Kristos Andrews) isn’t who she thinks he is! Watch this week’s episode of The Bay after the jump!
Web sudser The Bay offered up another sharp episode this week. As Bay City continues to reel from the deadly explosion at the Garrett family-owned building on Bay Street, the mystery woman portrayed by soap vet Fiona Hutchinson made her lethal agenda very clear. Sorry, Peter (Kristos Andrews), your abs can't save you this time. Watch this week's The Bay after the jump!
Things get hella kinky in the latest installment of Gregori J. Martin's Daytime Emmy-nominated web sudser The Bay. Special Guest Star Fiona Hutchison's "Mystery Woman" shows up at the cheap motel room, where she believes Brian Nelson (Dylan Bruce) is staying, only to find his kid brother Peter (Kristos Andtrews). Let's just say their exchange recalls the "whips and chains, handcuffs" line in that one Ludacris song!
Elsewhere in Bay City, the Ramoses are acting out quite the dramatic, bilingual telenovela, as Liana (Jade Harlow) attempts to inform her drunk madre of Lee Nelson's (Paul Satterfield) fate. Pay special attention to the well-shot scene where Lex Martin (Tristan Rogers) learns a shocking truth he must share with Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans). This season of The Bay is definitely picking up steam. Watch the eppy after the jump!
Martha Madison is FIYA as Marly's Marriage Implodes on The Bay; Plus Fiona Hutchison Debuts as "Mystery Woman"!By Jamey Giddens on May 03, 2012
After finally wrapping the longest wedding in soap history, Gregori J. Martin's The Bay is back to firing on all cylinders with its latest webisode. Proving that what we always say about daytime soaps also applies on the web, when The Bay focuses on character moments between core cast, magic can happen!
Said magic is created in this installment when socialite Sara Garrett's (Mary Beth Evans) daughter Marly Nelson-Foster (Days of Our Lives and General Hospital alum Martha Madison) realizes her secret trysts with Manny (Ignacio Serricchio) haven't been so secret after all. Kudos to Madison for giving a brief, stellar performance, as a Southern California cat caught on hot tin roof, with nowhere to jump!
This is the kind of web-based soap opera I want to see — a woman, screwing the brother of her mother's arch rival, to the detriment of her own young family. No need for any creepy, campy man in a dress, just good, old-fashioned (and realistic) scandalous suds!
Sara's other children also drive story in this installment, which is smart. What hooked me on The Bay early on was the promise of how Sara's dysfunctional family life would be explored. Somewhere along the way, the cast got way too bloated and the stories sort of jerked and gyrated into varying directions, with multiple spin offs. It's nice to see Martin get things back into sharp focus on those wonderfully-wicked Garretts.
Brian Nelson (Dylan Bruce) finds himself desperate to leave the country in the webisode, but could a stunt by his equally hunky kid brother Peter (Kristos Andrews) throw a wrench into those plans? Meanwhile, Lex (Tristan Rogers) is once again there for Sara when she needs him. Forget those kids' various daddies, I am so ready for Lex and Sara to bone!
Watch the latest webisode of The Bay—featuring As The World Turns and The Bold and the Beautiful's Michael Swan, Guiding Light's Scott Bailey and the debut of the fabulous Fiona Hutchison—after the jump!