— James Patrick Stuart — who was All My Children’s Will Cortland from 1989 (but you may remember him from Seinfeld) — will appear on GH this summer.
— As announced back in April, General Hospital’s William deVry (Julian) and Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) will be hosting a charity fan event on Saturday, June 25 at the 805 Studio.
Originally, their former co-star Brandon Barash (ex-Johnny) was supposed to join him, but it now looks like Robert Palmer Watkins (Dillon) will be coming instead. There’s still time to get your tickets to check out these three GH stars, click here for more!
— Coming next week on General Hospital (ABC/City): Griffin (Matt Cohen) turns down Maxie’s (Kirsten Storms) request on Monday (June 20). Finn (Michael Easton) fills Hayden (Rebecca Budig) in on his health issues on Tuesday (June 21) while Anna (Finola Hughes), Jordan (Vinessa Antoine) and Sonny (Maurice Benard) muse that Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) is the key to bringing down Julian (William deVry). Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins) arrives to pick Kiki (Haylen Erin) up on their first official date.
Jason (Billy Miller) and Sam (Kelly Monaco) overhear a clue on Wednesday (June 21). Franco (Roger Howarth)pours out his heart to a comforting Liz (Rebecca Herbst). Morgan (Bryan Craig), Dillon and Kiki have an awkward moment while Nina (Michelle Stafford) and Maxie are thrown by the delivery of a suspicious package. Kiki is conflicted over her feelings for Morgan and Dillon on Thursday (June 23).
On Friday (June 24), Anna advises Alexis on her next move. Monica (Leslie Charleson) reads Finn the riot act. Carly (Laura Wright) is warned not to push matters where Michael (Chad Duell) and Sabrina (Teresa Castillo) are concerned. Sonny lays into Julian about his treatment of Alexis.
— Coming up next week on Days of our Lives (NBC/Global): Abigail (Kate Mansi) begs Chad (Billy Flynn) and Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) to get her out of Shady Hills on Monday (June 20). Claire (Olivia Rose Keegan) is ecstatic when Belle (Martha Madison) and Shawn (Brandon Beemer) share the news of their reconciliation on Tuesday (June 21). Adrienne (Judi Evans) and Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) share a romantic reunion.
Marlena (Deidre Hall) visits Abigail and tries to calm her on Wednesday (June 22). Paul (Christopher Sean) accepts John’s (Drake Hogestyn) offer to work for him at Black Patch on Thursday (June 23).
Abigail decides she can’t wait for Chad any longer on Friday (June 24) — Kate Mansi’s final airdate.
— Congratulations to The Bold and the Beautiful! The series won the TV Audience Award in the Telenovela/Soap Opera category for the 11th consecutive year at the Monte Carlo Television Festival this past week.
— Coming up next week on The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS/CTV Two): Rick (Jacob Young) and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) are thrown by Ridge’s (Thorsten Kaye) sudden new attitude towards his nemesis on Monday (June 20). Vivienne (Anna Maria Horsford) counsels Nicole to be cautious of Sasha’s (Felisha Cooper) intentions in regards to Zende (Rome Flynn) on Tuesday (June 21) while Bill (Don Diamont) surprises Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) and gives her two options regarding their future.
Bill and Brooke find themselves in an awkward predicament when an unsuspecting Rick arrives on Wednesday (June 22). Thomas (Pierson Fodé) blindsides Ridge in regard to their arrangement with Douglas on Thursday (June 23). Bill must choose which son has the better idea for Spencer Publications.
Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) takes control of a heated situation and announces her solution to Thomas and Ridge on Friday (June 24).
— Coming up on The Young and the Restless (CBS/Global): Devon (Bryton James) sees Hilary (Mishael Morgan) in a new light. Look for Paul (Doug Davidson) to comfort Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) as her divorce from Victor (Eric Braeden) will soon be finalized. Sharon (Sharon Case) doesn’t allow Mariah (Camryn Grimes) to confide in Kevin (Greg Rikaart) regarding baby Sully. Billy (Jason Thompson) is introduced to Travis (Michael Roark). Victor recruits a new partner in crime. Ashley (Eileen Davidson) takes the fall.