Conceptually a close cousin of old-fashioned Lifetime movies, it's more daytime soap, frankly, than ready for primetime.
There may only be four left on ABC, CBS and NBC, but they are holding onto their audience. In fact, for the first time in memory, each of these shows — which have been around for a combined 144 years…
NBC sudser “Days of Our Lives” continues to make its case as a show worth keeping around. “Days,” which earlier this year was renewed through September 2014, last week racked up its largest…
For Oprah Winfrey and her eponymous network, it’s a long way from “Live your best life” to “Throw on Tyler Perry shows and hope something sticks.” Winfrey might be a big fan of Perry’s work — she…
Prospect Park, the studio that revived "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" as online-only serials, announced it will move to a twice-per-week schedule for new episodes of the sudsers starting…
Jeanne Cooper, the soap opera star best known for her role on "The Young and the Restless," died from an undisclosed illness Wednesday morning. She was 84.
Even if "General Hospital," ABC's remaining daytime drama, weren't turning 50 this year, it would still be worthy of a shoutout at the Daytime Emmys.
Agnes Nixon's socially relevant serials "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" were groundbreaking in content when they debuted on ABC over 40 years ago.
Like sands through the hourglass, the heyday of the soap opera has slipped away. Not that you'd be able to tell at the Daytime Emmys.
Rauch was a co-creator and exec producer of the "Another World" spinoff "Texas," and he was a producer of the 1996 feature "Lover's Knot," starring Billy Campbell and Jennifer Grey. In addition, he…