General Hospital spoilers reveal tons of action next week when GH is back for the whole five days after a break this week for baseball.
General Hospital Spoilers Preview Teaser Video
It looks like there’s more revealed in Nelle’s (Chloe Lanier) ‘death’ story and Nina (Cynthia Watros) learns something both tragic and shocking. Does she actually learn that the alleged deceased is her long-lost daughter?
Alexis’s (Nancy Lee Grahn) life may be taking another turn, but will that turn involve Ned (Wally Kurth) or Valentin (James Patrick Stuart)? Remember, she and Valentin are no longer related so anything could happen. (And Soap Hub says it should.)
It also looks like Lulu’s (Emme Rylan) quest to find a world-renowned journalist who covers more than just Port Charles comes to an end when Kim Delaney returns to her daytime roots at Jackie Templeton.
Many may recall that Jackie, an intrepid investigative reporter originally played by Demi Moore, was involved with both Luke and Robert, but nobody knows what really happened to her after she left Port Charles back in the 1980s.
Some theories out there say she is really Chase’s (Josh Swickard) mom, the woman Finn (Michael Easton) had an affair with that his dad eventually married. That would certainly put a twist on things if that were true. You can see it all for yourself in the tweeted General Hospital spoilers preview promo below.
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General Hospital History
GH made its debut on April 1, 1963 and is the second longest-running daytime soap opera in American history. The longest-running sudser is Guiding Light. While it’s not the longest-running sudser, GH is the longest-running soap opera currently on air.
The soap exploded into mainstream media in the early 1980s due to the show’s immense popularity. Daytime Emmy winners Genie Francis (Laura) and Anthony Geary (ex-Luke) appeared on the covers of Newsweek and People magazines. Created by Frank and Doris Hursley, the show is currently helmed by executive producer Frank Valentini and is head written by Chris Van Etten and Dan O’Connor. The Corinthos, Quartermaine, Baldwin, Collins, Jerome, and Ashford families drive stories today in the show’s fictional hamlet, Port Charles.