Madeline seeks an audience with Stefano. Kate decides to withhold a shocking truth from Stefano that concerns Madeline, and this could change everything in their relationship down the road! Sami’s older sister Carrie will have some advice for her. Choose the man she wants and stick with it! Chloe and Dan plan their wedding – again. But Chloe is pregnant! For Days spoilers for the next 2 weeks, click here. The Days Cafe has all the scoop!
This just in via email from Crystal Chappell and Venice the Series:
We are thrilled to announce that Days of Our Lives’ Peter Reckell will join the cast of Venice for Season 2. He will also attend the fan gathering on July 10, 2010 at The Universal Sheraton in Universal City, CA. Hope you will also join us that day to welcome Peter and say hello to the entire Venice Team.
How awesome is that?!
Fearing the wrath and cunning of EJ, Nicole advises Baker to go underground, but he is on a winning streak and wants another game! Brady snoops around and gets closer to Baker. He winds up at a poker game you know where! But Baker is about to drug Brady’s drink, as part of a counter-scheme. When Brady passes out, Dick pours so much booze down his throat that he ends up in the hospital, suffering from alcohol poisoning. Brady wakes up and insists he did not fall off the wagon! For the rest of next week’s spoilers, click here. We’ll take you to the Days Cafe for the latest.
CBS released some of the names slated to present at the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. The following actors are tapped to present:
All My Children –
Susan Lucci, Cameron Mathison and Rebecca Budig.
As The World Turns –
Jon and Kelley Menighan Hensley
The Bold and The Beautiful –
Ronn Moss and Kimberly Matula
Days of Our Lives –
Peter Reckell and Louise Sorel
General Hospital –
One Life To Live –
Trevor St. John and Michael Easton
The Young and the Restless –
Joshua Morrow and Sharon Case.
Emmy nominees Jonathan Jackson and Zack Conroy are also listed as presenters.
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Soap Savers Inc. is launching a campaign to save the soap operas that are currently airing on our televisions. After last week’s announcement that Soapnet has been replaced by preschool programming, it is abundantly clear that something needs to be done. To read the Soap Savers Campaign, click here! Thanks for your support!