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  • 2013
    • Season 5 of our web series WE LOVE SOAPS TV continues from the set of upcoming Sonia Blangiardo dramedy TAINTED DREAMS. We spoke with Emmy nominee Marnie Schulenburg from AS THE WORLD TURNS this week during a shoot at Blondies Sports Bar in New York. Schulenburg plays Peyton Adams in TAINTED DREAMS, an ambitious, sexy, twenty-something actress who stars as Tiffany on the soap-within-a-soap PAINTED DREAMS. In this new interview, Schulenburg tells us about her TAINTED DREAMS character, and what is was liking working at the new ONE LIFE TO LIVE. Plus, she shares her excitement about her upcoming real-life wedding.moreless
    • Season 5 of our web series WE LOVE SOAPS TV continues from the set of upcoming Sonia Blangiardo dramedy TAINTED DREAMS. We spoke with former ALL MY CHILDREN actress Terri Ivens during a shoot at Blondies Sports Bar in New York. Ivens stars as Kassandra Bently in TAINTED DREAMS. Kassandra is the actress who plays Brittany Welcher on soap-within-a-soap PAINTED DREAMS. She's is manipulative, ambitious and will do whatever it takes to get what she wants. Find out what Ivens had to say about her new character and the other projects keeping her busy in our new interview.moreless
    • Season 5 of our web series WE LOVE SOAPS TV continues from the set of upcoming Sonia Blangiardo dramedy TAINTED DREAMS. We spoke with three-time Emmy nominee Colleen Zenk from AS THE WORLD TURNS this week during a shoot at Blondies Sports Bar in New York. Zenk plays Sofia DiGiacomo in TAINTED DREAMS, a women with four children that clearly adores her only son, Anthony (Anthony Wilkinson). In this new interview, Zenk tells us about her new TAINTED DREAMS character, what happened on last weekend's THURSTON shoot (she plays Agnes Snead in the Western web series), and if we might see her on stage as Tallulah Bankhead in "Looped" again.moreless
    • To kick off Season 5 of our web series WE LOVE SOAPS TV, we traveled to the set of upcoming dramedy TAINTED DREAMS and spoke with Austin Peck. Peck stars as Max Hillstone in TAINTED DREAMS, an actor who plays Erik Robar on the soap-within-a-soap PAINTED DREAMS. The former DAYS OF OUR LIVES and AS THE WORLD TURNS actor previews his new web series character, tell us how he stays in shape, and shares what he's watching on YouTube.moreless
    • Alexis Molnar plays 'Lottie' in Primary Stages' upcoming production of "Harbor" alongside Randy Harrison, Paul Anthony Stewart and Erin Cummings. In "Harbor," when fifteen-year-old Lottie and her ne'er-do-well mother Donna (Cummings) drop in unannounced on the beautiful Sag Harbor home of Donna's brother (Harrison) and his new husband, Ted (Stewart), all hell breaks loose. The bonds between kith and kin are tested in this alternately biting and touching comedy about the constantly shifting nature of the meaning of family. Molnar, who appeared in Oxygen's THE NEXT BIG THING: NY, previews "Harbor" on the latest episode of our web series, WE LOVE SOAPS TV (4.23).moreless
    • Erin Cummings plays 'Donna' in Primary Stages' upcoming production of "Harbor" alongside QUEER AS FOLK's Randy Harrison, GUIDING LIGHT's Paul Anthony Stewart and Alexis Molnar. In "Harbor," when fifteen-year-old Lottie (Molnar) and her ne'er-do-well mother Donna (Cummings) drop in unannounced on the beautiful Sag Harbor home of Donna's brother (Stewart) and his new husband, Kevin (Harrison), all hell breaks loose. The bonds between kith and kin are tested in this alternately biting and touching comedy about the constantly shifting nature of the meaning of family. Cummings has starred on television in SPARTACUS: BLOOD AND SAND, MADE IN JERSEY, DETROIT 1-8-7, and appeared in PAN AM, MAD MEN, CRIMINAL MINDS and many other series. She's even made appearances in daytime soaps THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL and PASSIONS. Cummings previews "Harbor" on the latest episode of our web series, WE LOVE SOAPS TV. We also talk about her theater past, her role in the upcoming season of UNFORGETTABLE, her early soap appearances and her East Texas family's reaction to the career success she has achieved.moreless
    • Former QUEER AS FOLK star Randy Harrison plays 'Kevin' in Primary Stages' upcoming production of "Harbor" alongside Erin Cummings, GUIDING LIGHT's Paul Anthony Stewart and Alexis Molnar. In "Harbor," when fifteen-year-old Lottie (Molnar) and her ne'er-do-well mother Donna (Cummings) drop in unannounced on the beautiful Sag Harbor home of Donna's brother (Stewart) and his new husband, Kevin (Harrison), all hell breaks loose. The bonds between kith and kin are tested in this alternately biting and touching comedy about the constantly shifting nature of the meaning of family. Harrison previews the play on the latest episode of our web series, WE LOVE SOAPS TV. We also talk about the fun "Our Hit Parade" shows and other projects he has in the works.moreless
    • Former GUIDING LIGHT Emmy nominee Paul Anthony Stewart plays Ted in Primary Stages' upcoming production of "Harbor". He previews the play on the latest episode of WE LOVE SOAPS TV.
    • Actor Errickson Wilcox previews the upcoming Lauren B. Martin film 'You Are Not Special' on the latest episode of WE LOVE SOAPS TV (4.17) hosted by Kevin Mulcahy Jr.
    • Chris Quiogue previews the upcoming Lauren B. Martin film 'You Are Not Special' on the latest episode of WE LOVE SOAPS TV (4.18) hosted by Kevin Mulcahy Jr.
    • Mark DeMayo previews the upcoming Lauren B. Martin film 'You Are Not Special' on the latest episode of WE LOVE SOAPS TV (4.19) hosted by Kevin Mulcahy Jr.
    • On May 9, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. added artifacts that reflect the contributions of daytime television programming to the national entertainment collection in a special ceremony to mark a new partnership with the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Three-time Indie Soap Award winner Anthony Anderson from ANACASTIA covered the event WE LOVE SOAPS TV. The donations--from ALL MY CHILDREN actress Susan Lucci, JEOPARDY! host Alex Trebek and BARNEY creators Kathy and Phil Parker—represented three of the primary Daytime Entertainment Emmy categories—daytime dramas, game shows and children’s programming. WE LOVE SOAPS TV spoke to all the contributors as well as museum director, John Gray, as well as NATAS chairman Malachy G. Wienges. Check out the latest episode of our web series WE LOVE SOAPS TV to hear on the scene reaction. Plus, Susan Lucci reveals more about her character on the upcoming primetime soap opera DEVIOUS MAIDS and a possible return to ALL MY CHILDREN.moreless
    • 5/7/13
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      Interviews with Danna García, Angélica María, Arturo Peniche and Rafael Negrete in New York City on Cinco de Mayo.
    • Indie Soap Award-nominated actress Lauren B. Martin and ISA winner Brian Hewson have teamed up as producers of the upcoming indie film, You Are Not Special. In this new interview, on location at The Clock Bar in the Bronx, Martin and Hewson preview the film.
    • Episode 4.12: WE LOVE SOAPS TV was on the red carpet at The OnLineNetwork's premiere party for ALL MY CHILDREN and ONE LIFE TO LIVE. Check out our interviews with some of the ALL MY CHILDREN cast including Debbi Morgan, Julia Barr, Jill Larson, Francesca James, Cady McClain, Denyse Tontz, Eric Nelsen and Vincent Irizzary.moreless
    • WE LOVE SOAPS TV was on the red carpet at The OnLine Network's premiere event for ALL MY CHILDREN and ONE LIFE TO LIVE at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. Check out our interviews with ONE LIFE TO LIVE stars Corbin Bleu and Robin Strasser, head writer Thom Racina, former cast member Alex McCord (REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK) and AS THE WORLD TURNS star Colleen Zenk who came out to support her daytime colleagues.moreless
    • DEGRASSI stars Cristine Prosperi (Imogen) and Annie Clark (Fiona) are in New York to present at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. WE LOVE SOAPS TV caught up with the talented ladies who play "Fimogen" on Friday to talk about DEGRASSI, GLAAD Awards, visiting New York City and more.
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