Love and murder are in the air as we know who a killer is on General Hospital, but are Port Charles pals remain in the dark.
Expect an absolutely fascinating fall season where romance–and murder–take center stage, according to the September 5 issue of Soap Opera Digest.
Happy At Last!
Yes, Jason (Billy Miller) and Sam (Kelly Monaco) are happy. They’re together again and expecting a baby, so what more can they want? Not much, but at least they keep things interesting as they try to help those in trouble around them.
Married to the Mob
Carly (Laura Wright) and Sonny (Maurice Benard) might be two of those people in trouble. They also remain happy and in love, but that mob life creeps up again and Carly has to protect those around her. Will her marriage survive this round of danger.? We also learn more about the mysterious Nelle (Chloe Lanier).
A Time to Kill
We finally learn the hospital killer’s identity this week, and according to Digest, the killer is on a timeline. He (or she) has to finish up work before time runs out. Yes, that is sure to keep us guessing about a motive.
Does Liz Have a Past?
Franco (Roger Howarth) learns a secret about Liz (Rebecca Herbst), but that doesn’t stop them from growing closer. He even has to save the day in an emergency and might endear himself to Nurse Webber even more.
Poor Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) doesn’t know how she’s going to manage to testify against Julian and continues to unravel. However, Julian (William deVry) might find another way out of his situation…
If you think you know everything about Claudette (Bree Williamson), think again. As Maxie (Kirsten Storms) and Nathan’s (Ryan Paevey) wedding draws near, she holds a very big secret dear.
Hayden (Rebecca Budig) and Finn (Michael Easton) find it harder to fight their attraction. He doesn’t want her involved with a dying man, but something about Hayden draws him in. Will these two finally give into their feelings?
Laura (Genie Francis) remains angry at Kevin (Jon Lindstrom) for writing that book, but he begs for forgiveness and she has to learn to trust him again. And, of course, there’s the case of that pesky Cassadine named Valentin.