Jan 10, 2005   SOD

A recent visit to the set of B&B was literally a walk on the wild side for this editor.

Jan 7, 2005   SOD

In December, Soap Opera Weekly interviewed ONE LIFE TO LIVE's new head writer Dena Higley. Some of that information was in our Winter Preview issue (Jan. 11 coverdate), but there was a lot more....

Jan 6, 2005   SOD

In the Dec. 28 issue of Soap Opera Weekly Bobbie Eakes (Krystal, ALL MY CHILDREN) answered questions from fans. Here are some questions and answers that didn't make it into the magazine.

Jan 4, 2005   SOD

On Dec. 7, the cast of DAYS OF OUR LIVES joined in a celebration of a monumental occasion — Frances Reid's (Alice) 90th birthday...

Dec 22, 2004   SOD

YOUNG AND RESTLESS's Peter Bergman has been a daytime fixture for 25 years, whether as stand-up surgeon Cliff Warner on AMC (1979-89), or as Smilin' Jack Abbott, the Genoa City incarnation he has...

Dec 14, 2004   SOD

It may not be the traditional way to land a contract on daytime television, but 30-year-old Mykel Shannon Jenkins doesn't mind. The winner of SOAPnet's first reality series, I WANNA BE A SOAP STAR...

Dec 9, 2004   SOD

Serve up a feast worthy of the Hortons and the Cranes! To celebrate the holidays, we asked stars from DAYS and PASSIONS to share some of their favorite holiday recipes.

Nov 23, 2004   SOD

Long before it became the infamous epicenter of our war on terrorism, Afghanistan was an exotic, remote movie locale. Leigh Taylor-Young (Katherine) fondly recalls her time spent there filming THE...

Nov 19, 2004   SOD

When Brian Frons, president, ABC Daytime, was the honored guest in Weekly's Chat Nov. 1, the chatty exec not only gave November Sweeps teasers, he scooped February! Here are the highlights in case...

Nov 18, 2004   SOD

Original THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS cast member Tom Hallick (Brad Eliot) looks back on his time in Genoa City and catches up fans on what he's been doing since his 1978 departure.

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