Who’s coming and who’s going from the casts of The Bold and the Beautiful (BB), Days of Our Lives (Days), General Hospital (GH), and The Young and the Restless (YR)?
Soap Opera Comings and Goings
Here’s a list of the top exit and entrance news from all four daytime dramas. Find out if any of your favorite performers from yesteryear are returning to the shows you follow, or if any new actors or actresses have been cast in contract, recurring, or day player roles. Here’s the latest casting news from all the soaps.
The week of November 23, 2020
Days of Our Lives
Over at Days of Our Lives, two major players are back. Camila Banus and Galen Gering return as Gabi and Rafe Hernandez, respectively, on Friday, November 27. The duo has been off the canvas since August when their characters split town with their father Eduardo (A Martinez).
Meanwhile, Heather Lindell is set to wrap up her run as the manipulative Jan Spears. She last airs on Tuesday, November 24.
The Young and the Restless
Donny Boaz is temporarily out as Chance Chancellor on The Young and the Restless. The actor recently tested positive for COVID-19. While Boaz was quarantining, Justin Gaston (ex-Ben, Days), the real-life husband of Melissa Ordway (Abby), stepped into the role. Gaston makes his first appearance on Monday, November 23.
Tricia Cast returns to YR this week as Nina Webster. It marks her first appearance on the soap since 2014.
Over at General Hospital, Jane Elliot is heading back to the soap as Tracy Quartermaine for a holiday visit. The actress, who retired in 2017, made a similar return in 2019.
Matt Trudeau has taken over the role of Lucas Jones. He debuted on November 16. The actor, whose credits include Chicago Fire, has replaced Ryan Carnes.
Briana Lane has wrapped up her four-plus month run as Brook Lynn Quartermaine. Lane filled in as Ned’s (Wally Kurth) daughter while Amanda Setton was on maternity leave. When Brook Lynn resurfaces, Setton will step back into the role. Please note that air dates may be subject to change.