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Soap Hub Weekly News Wrap: Passings, Replacement & An Engagement

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Behind-the-scenes drama surfaces at Days of our Lives… A General Hospital alumna shares her engagement news and love story… And find out how you can watch a soap from yesteryear… Here’s everything you missed in the daytime world — with links — in the Soap Hub soap opera weekly news wrap.

Days of our Lives Drama

There’s some serious drama going on behind the scenes at Days of our Lives and co-executive producer/director Albert Alarr is at the center of it, according to a report on Deadline. Check out the details.

General Hospital: Love Story

Former General Hospital and One Life to Live star Kristen Alderson (ex-Kiki, GH; and ex-Starr, OLTL) is engaged. You can read all about her real-life love story here at Soap Hub weekly news.

Molly, Take Three

Brooke Anne Smith has taken over the role of Molly Lansing-Davis on General Hospital. Get to know the actress a little bit better with our seven facts about her. 

Nabbing the Role

Did you know that Josh Kelly didn’t have to audition for his role as Cody Bell on GH? The actor explained why during a Coastal Entertainment Zoom event. 

Special Guest

GH’s Kin Shriner (Scott) and Marcus Coloma (ex-Nicholas), who co-stars in the Instagram comedy 2 Dicks, nabbed a special guest star for their show’s season finale. And the actor has some serious past ties to Port Charles. 

Getting Vulnerable

Maurice Benard (Sonny, GH) revealed his vulnerable side in a recent episode of his podcast series, State of Mind, opening up about his battle with anxiety. You’ll want to read what he had to say.

In Other Soap Hub Weekly News: Retro Soap

Good news for old-time soap fans. Episodes of NBC’s long-defunct The Doctors are now available on Retro TV’s app, It’s Real Good TV. 

Sad Passings

Three former As the World Turns stars remembered the late Tony Bennett, particularly his professionalism and kindness when he appeared on the soap back in 1985. Find out what they had to say about the legendary singer.

Pamela Blair, who played Rita Mae Bristow on Loving and was part of the original cast of A Chorus Line on Broadway, has passed away. She was 73.

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