— Ashley Jones is reprising her role as Bridget Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful next week. Jones’ first airdate is Tuesday, Feb. 16. Look for Bridget to lend a supportive ear as her mother Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) confides in her about her feelings for Bill (Don Diamont) and her fallout with Katie (Heather Tom).
Jones was a series regular from 2004 until 2010 but has made several guest appearances since — including Rick (Jacob Young) and Maya’s (Karla Mosley) wedding last year. The actress has recently popped up on General Hospital as Kristina’s (Lexi Ainsworth) professor, Parker Forsyth. According to Soap Opera Digest, Jones has only taped two GH episodes as of Jan. 29.
— Also coming up next week on B&B (airs on CTV Two and CBS; CTV.ca, the CTV app and on demand): Liam (Scott Clifton) struggles with the complexities — both mentally and emotionally — of his current situation on Monday, Feb. 15. Caroline (Lindsey Godfrey) sees a kinder and gentler side of Thomas (Pierson Fodé) on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Bill confronts Katie when he finds her in a compromising position on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) returns from his business trip and has set his sights on taking back what is rightfully his: The Forrester Mansion on Thursday, Feb. 18. Meanwhile, guests (including Gilligan’s Island’s Dawn Wells) at the Forrester cocktail party on Friday, Feb. 19, share their personal stories of Stephanie with Ridge.
— Chris McKenna (ex-Harding, The Young and the Restless; ex-Joey, One Life to Live) will make his first appearance on The Bold and the Beautiful on Thursday, March 3. According to Daytime Confidential, the character will romance one of the Logan sisters — with many predicting it will be Heather Tom’s Katie.
— Coming up next week on Days of our Lives (airs on Global and NBC; GlobalTV.com, Global Go app and on demand): John (Drake Hogestyn) gives Philip (John-Paul Lavoisier) surprising information about Deimos (Vincent Irrizary) on Monday, Feb. 15. Jennifer’s (Melissa Reeves) addiction to pain medication starts to affect her work on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Ava (Tamara Braun) returns to Salem just as Steve (Stephen Nichols) struggles to keep the truth from Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Shawn (Brandon Beemer) angrily tells Belle (Martha Madison) that he’s moving on and arranges a date with someone new on Thursday, Feb. 18 while Eric (Greg Vaughan) receives devastating news and ends up seeking comfort from Jennifer. On Friday, Feb. 19, Brady (Eric Martsolf) runs into a familiar face in California as he searches for the mystery woman in his dreams.
— Coming up next week on General Hospital (airs on City TV and ABC; Citytv.com and the City app): Liz (Rebecca Herbst) accepts Nikolas’ (Tyler Christopher) offer to stay at Wyndermere, despite Hayden’s (Rebecca Budig) presence. Nathan (Ryan Peavey) and Maxie (Kirsten Storms) devise a plan to reunite Lulu (Emme Rylan) and Dante (Dominic Zamprogna). Curtis (Donnell Turner) makes a move on Valerie (Brytni Sarpy) on Monday, Feb. 15. Jason (Billy Miller) and Liz come together for Jake as he is moved to Shriners Hospitals for Children. Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins) invites Anna (Finola Hughes) to participate in a feature for Crimson on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Lulu decides it’s time to move on from staying at Maxie’s house on Wednesday, Feb. 17 while Paul (Richard Burgi) and Anna face off against each other. Paul drops a bombshell on Anna that leaves her feeling furious yet empathetic towards him on Thursday, Feb. 18. Olivia has a bad premonition involving someone close to her. The Davis girls help their mom get ready for her big day on Friday, Feb. 19. Lulu is in the wrong place at the wrong time on. Lucas (Ryan Carnes) and Julian (William deVry) share an emotional moment.
— Coming up *this* week on The Young and the Restless (airs on Global and CBS; GlobalTV.com, Global Go app and on demand): Dr. Anderson (Elizabeth Bogush) is found murdered. Adam (Justin Hartley) opens up to Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan). Billy (Jason Thompson) makes up for lost time with Victoria (Amelia Heinle). Noah (Robert Adamson) makes a move. Sage (Kelly Sullivan) makes a startling discovery. Jack (Peter Bergman) talks to Neil (Kristoff St. John) about his drinking. Patty (Stacy Haiduk) gets a visit from Paul (Doug Davidson) and Dylan (Steve Burton). Phillis (Gina Tognoni) initiates her plan. Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) and Victor (Eric Braeden) work together.