as the world turns

"The relatively positive prognosis which followed his previous surgery has dimmed."
Truth be known, I look forward every evening to giving my brain a well deserved rest from the mental aerobics I put it through daily. I admit it...I've been watching the same soap opera for fifty four years.
Am I afraid of being type cast as Gay? Depends what you mean. Am I afraid of pursuing roles where the characters challenge and fascinate me? Yes. I'm terrified. That's why I love what I do.
Some Daytime TV stars are married to their work. Others are married to the people they met at work. Daytime soap operas are
I don't know what bothers me most about ABC's announcement that it canceled All My Children and One Life to Live.
As the World Turns ended today. Big deal, right? It's a daytime soap, a dinosaur in today's snappy world. 54 years on the air is pretty amazing, but I don't care about records. Records aren't going to fill the void.
At the other end of the age range, and no less engrossing, the long absent Dr. John Dixon (the esteemed Larry Bryggman), who
When I heard CBS was canceling As the World Turns, I went into mourning for its escapist froth and for the effect its absence will have on Brooklyn
This led into one of the most puzzling segments of the evening. Laura McKenzie, evidently a host of a travel series, wasted
When I sat down to watch CBS's presentation of the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday, I was looking for a celebration of daytime programming -- and I didn't get what I wanted.