A Y&R star received a major challenge from a former co-star. A Days leading lady revealed her return date. And there’s big TV-movie news for two daytime stars. Here’s all the soap opera news you missed in our soap opera news wrap.
Shemar Moore (ex-Malcolm, The Young and the Restless) challenged his former TV brother Kristoff St. John (Neil) to try a new hairstyle. And you won’t believe which one.
Bye-Bye Bad Girl?
Camila Banus spoke out about what’s next for Days of Our Lives’ Gabi and who’s next on her hit list.
Back to Salem
Chrishell Hartley, remembered as Rafe’s (Galen Gering) ex and Ben’s (Robert Scott Wilson) sister on Days, announced her first airdate back as Jordan Ridgeway.
A pair of Days alums are dishing their upcoming TV movies. Jen Lilley (ex-Theresa) weighed in on her role in Winter Love Story, which airs Saturday, January 19 at 8 pm on the Hallmark Channel.
Meanwhile, Alison Sweeney (ex-Sami) shared some details about the first installment in her Hallmark Movies and Mysteries feature, Chronicle Mysteries.
Laura Wright (Carly, General Hospital) rallied her fans to help her son John’s friend save his ailing adorable puppy.
Tammin Sursock (ex-Colleen Carlton, Y&R) just welcomed her second child.
Check out the latest daytime ratings and find out which soap ended the year on a high note.
Walk the Line
Former Days star Arianne Zucker (ex-Nicole) was out on the picket line with her daughter Isabella supporting LA’s striking teachers and shared a photo of the experience.
Super fit Courtney Hope (Sally, The Bold and the Beautiful) launched a new project to connect with fans and show them fitness routines.
Gone But Not Forgotten
Longtime soap scribe Bettina Bradbury, who wrote for Days, All My Children and On Life to Live passed away, and her son wrote a poignant farewell to her.
Vernee Watson (Stella, GH) celebrated a milestone birthday.