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Soap opera fans, are you happy with the 2019 storylines? On Days of our Lives, we currently have Julie on her way to a new lease on life courtesy of Stefan’s heart. Additionally, drama with Ben, Jordan, and Hope is heating up, but could there be more to Salem in 2019 than these plot lines?
On General Hospital, we’ve got Nelle back in action while Nina faces the reality of her recent past, but could there have been more in Port Charles this year?
Over at The Young and the Restless, Victor died and to the surprise of no one, came back to life. Also, fan fave couples Kola and Elevon have entertained viewers, but could there have been more drama in Genoa City?
The Bold and the Beautiful finally wrapped up their baby drama and gave Katie another chance at life, but could there have been more in LA in 2019? We want to know! So, take the poll: Are you happy with the 2019 storylines?
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!
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