Billy Miller, the popular soap star, beloved for his portrayal of Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless, Jason/Drew Morgan on General Hospital, and Richie Novak in All My Children is currently without a soap.
Billy Miller Soap Star
Fans missed watching him on a daytime sudser so Soap Hub wants to know, if Billy Miller were to come back to a daytime sudser, which should he go to?
Should he go back to Genoa City as a new character or make a comeback to Port Charles? What if Billy Miller jumps soaps and takes on a brand new role on Days of our Lives or The Bold and the Beautiful?
Or, perhaps you want to see the gifted actor move into prime time soap operas including an appearance on shows such as Grand Hotel, Empire, and NCIS. Put your votes in because fans clearly want the talented back on soaps, but which one?
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More on Soap Opera History
Soap opera began in the early 1900s, as radio broadcasts. Soap companies were behind the conception of the daytime dramas because they wanted to sell soaps to stay-at-home-moms. They did their job and also launched a lifelong programming format, the soap operas.
Spanning more than five decades, American sudsers have seen the rise and fall of daytime soaps. In the heyday of soaps in the early 1980s, there was up to 13 different soap operas broadcasted. However, over the years, the number has declined. Currently, there are only four American soap operas on the air. They Include Days of our Lives (DAYS), General Hospital (GH), The Young and the Restless (YR), The Bold and the Beautiful (BB). For more facts about soap opera history, head over to our archives and relive the glory days of sudsers!