Harassed soap star finally gets justice… CBS leading ladies speak out about mental health… General Hospital actor fighting for his health… Here’s everything you missed in the daytime world — with links — in the Soap Hub soap opera weekly news wrap.
Days of our Lives: Changes on Peacock
Days of our Lives has officially moved to Peacock, leaving NBC after 57 years. Soap Hub chatted with series stars Deidre Hall (Marlena), Drake Hogestyn (John), and James Reynolds (Abe) about the big move, while Camilla Banus (Gabi) and Eric Martsolf (Brady) weighed in about the interesting changes it could mean for the show.
General Hospital: Getting to Know Tanisha
Maurice Benard’s (Sonny, General Hospital) video podcast, State Of Mind, usually delves into mental illness and other prominent issues. This week he took the opportunity to get to know model, writer and co-star Tanisha Harper (Jordan).
GH’s Cameron Mathison (Drew) is embarking on an experimental stem cell treatment in hopes of conquering a bone disease he was diagnosed with as a child. Check out the video he shared about it on Instagram and reported by Soap Hub weekly news.
James Patrick Stuart and Finola Hughes weighed in on their connection as GH’s Valentin and Anna and Valentin during a General Hospital Fantasy Events Zoom. Did the pair offer a hint about an upcoming love scene?
Meanwhile, Maura West (Ava) spoke out about the possibility of playing a bigger role in Leo’s autism storyline during the GH Fantasy Zoom event. After all, Ava is the child’s biological aunt.
The Bold and the Beautiful: Making A Difference
Diamond White (Paris, The Bold and the Beautiful) is following in Benard’s footsteps. The actress will be taking to Instagram to open up live conversations about mental health on Monday evenings according to Soap Hub weekly news.
Revisiting His Past
Sean Kanan (Deacon, B&B) is reprising his role as Mike Barnes on Cobra Kai, the Netflix series based on the Karate Kid films. Entertainment Tonight’s Matt Cohen (ex-Griffin, GH) chatted with the actor about the fabulous opportunity.
The Young and the Restless: Justice Served
A 12-year campaign of harassment against Eva LaRue (ex-Celeste, The Young and the Restless) and her daughter, Kaya Callahan, has finally been resolved. U.S. District Judge John A. Kronstadt sentenced the perpetrator to 40 months in federal prison.
A Special Message
Meanwhile, Courtney Hope (Sally, Y&R), an ambassador with Breaking The Chains Foundation, delivered a special message during National Suicide Prevention Month. See what she had to say here at Soap Hub weekly news.
In Other Soap Hub Weekly News: Travel and Wellness
Abigail Klein (Stephanie, DAYS) is committed to healthy eating and exercise. Heck, she’ll even eat treats that resemble cardboard.
When it comes to travel, Conner Floyd (Chance, Y&R) has a special place he loves to visit. Find out where it is.