Founded in 2014, Soap Hub is the product of more than a combined century of passion, knowledge, and understanding of soaps. Between our team, we have over 100 years of soap watching and soap writing under our belts, and we created this website to bring you our vision of what a soap publication should be.
We aim for Soap Hub to always be a place soap fans can come and find all the information they need on the stories, stars, and behind-the-scenes happenings. From flashback videos and stories to exclusive interviews, detailed and entertaining spoilers, and no-holds-barred commentary, Soap Hub is the daytime spot for the 21st century.
Later, she worked as a senior editor at Soap Opera Magazine and was a managing editor at Sony’s SoapCity Website. She also worked as a researcher on 50 Years of Soaps: An All-Star Celebration for CBS, while spending 10 years working in the research and production end on the Daytime Emmy Awards for Dick Clark Productions, and on Soapography for SoapNet, where she was also promoted to an associate producer.
After spending time working on websites for CBS local news sites in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, she moved over to project management for a digital marketing agency. She joined the staff of Soap Hub back in 2016 and spends her days watching soaps with the rest of us.
While watching, Diane writes, edits, creates images, interviews your favorite stars, attends soap events for the latest news, and offers insightful commentaries on the goings-on throughout the daytime world. Catch Diane on Twitter!
Ashley graduated with her communication and advertising degree and began working in the digital media space, with a focus on social media and email. Ashley’s favorite thing about working with Soap Hub is the fans and their passion and love for soap operas. Catch Ashley on Instagram and Facebook or send her a message at email@example.com
She joined the staff of Soap Hub in 2016, writing about soaps and editing for several years, and returned in 2021. Rachel spends her days watching soaps while she writes and edits articles about your (and her) favorite storylines and stars. Catch Rachel on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
She interviewed hundreds of celebrities, and covered Live Red Carpet Award Shows such as The Academy Awards, The Golden Globes, The Grammys, The Primetime Emmys, The Daytime Emmys, and Movie Premiere Specials and other Special Events with Joan and Melissa Rivers, Greg Kinnear, Steve Kmetko, Michael Castner, Tom O’Neil, Gina St. John, Jules Asner, Arthel Neville and countless more.
Sherrie followed up her stint at E! working at Sony Pictures Television, as a writer, producer, and casting associate for the #1 rated Soap Opera, The Young and the Restless, while producing, creating, and maintaining the award-winning Official websites for the show.
Ms. Smith comes to SoapHub with tons of Industry knowledge that covers everything from Set Design, Technical Production, Directing, Producing, Writing, Acting, Editing, Casting, and enough insider trivia to make you blush! Catch Sherrie on Facebook!
He can often be found on a red carpet talking to your favorite daytime stars. Michael wrote The Young and Restless Life of William J. Bell, the authorized biography of the late William J. Bell, creator of both The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful.
He’s a graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and has been on the production staff of BB. Michael also served as a creative consultant on the Pop TV series Queens of Drama. Michael’s career in soaps began soon after college when he worked as a CBS page on the sets of Y&R and B&B. He has written for a variety of publications about television including TV Guide, TODAY.com, Variety, and The Boston Herald. Catch Michael on Instagram and Facebook!
She quickly gained a strong sense of the industry and focused on growing her connections. In 2018, Laura joined Soap Hub’s sister site, TelenovelaFan as a creative producer, and became a key player in defining the site, and curating content, using her connection to Telenovela stars and their agents.
She expanded her role and joined Soap Hub in 2020. Laura uses her vast knowledge of soaps, crossing two major industries, to help both sites stay ahead of the curve! Catch Laura on Instagram and Facebook!
Amber Sinclair started watching soap operas before she was born. Like many daytime drama fans, she was grandmother/mothered into soaps by her Nana.
Together they’d watch soaps whenever they could. Amber grew up on The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful. At one point, she thought Eric Braeden (Victor Newman, Y&R) was her father.
Hilarious moments like those have kept her watching soap operas to this day. Needless to say, that passion grew into creating a massive social media group around her shows (20K members and counting), and a wonderful career as a writer and assistant editor for Soap Hub. Catch Amber on Instagram and Facebook!
She writes up our daily polls, giving our readers a good chuckle along the way. Plus, you never want to miss her on-point daily The Young and the Restless spoilers and recaps. Catch Alina on Instagram and on Facebook!
She also spent many years as West Coast Editor of Soap Opera Weekly magazine and has contributed to dozens of entertainment publications throughout the years.
Janet writes our weekly comings and goings articles, keeping our readers apprised of the latest casting changes. She also makes sure our weekly news wrap is ready for you every week and delivers on in-depth interviews with your favorite stars. Catch Janet on Facebook!
A graduate of the University of Miami, Keith spent three years at Soap Opera Digest in the ’90s, covering Sunset Beach, the “Where are they Now” column and handling news. He moved to Soap Opera Magazine, where he covered All My Children and One Life to Live for the publication. He also worked with the late Kristoff St. John on his Backstage Pass Daytime Emmy videos, handling red carpet duties and post-party interviews.
He has watched Days of our Lives on and off since he was 10 years old, enthralled by the Salem Strangler and the introduction of Stefano DiMera soon after. His favorite soap memory is drinking martinis with the late Joseph Mascolo at a soap opera event. Catch Keith on Instagram and Facebook!
His mastery might have something to do with all those ancient VHS tapes stuffed full of sudsy goodness that belonged to his grandmother and mother – or it can be blamed on the fact that he’s never picked up a TV tie-in that he didn’t read.
Garren recaps each and every episode of Days of our Lives and General Hospital, spoils a plethora of upcoming plotlines, covers news – breaking and otherwise – and he’s always quick to offer his sometimes curt, but always heartfelt critique. He knows that it isn’t wrong to prefer the original Roman on Days of our Lives, he’ll argue up and down that The Doctors always had a leg up on General Hospital, and yes The Edge of Night is far and away the best daytime TV program ever offered.