— Coming up next week on General Hospital (City/ABC): On Monday (July 18), the group on Cassadine Island are stunned by Theo’s (James Patrick Stuart) revelation. The Davis girls come together to support Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn). Olivia’s (Lisa LoCicero) words hit Julian (William deVry) hard. Naomi (Robin Riker) levels with Hayden (Rebecca Budig). Finn’s (Michael Easton) inquiry sets Sonny (Maurice Benard) off.
A confrontation ends tragically on Tuesday (July 19) — but look for Andre (Anthony Montgomery) to leave a puzzling message for someone. Griffin (Matt Cohen) thinks fast to help Julian. On Wednesday (July 20), Alexis is torn. Carly (Laura Wright) is surprised to learn that Kiki (Hayley Erin) and Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins) may not be over. An update from Parker (Ashley Jones) changes Kristina’s (Lexi Ainsworth) course of action. Michael (Chad Duel) and Sabrina (Teresa Castillo) grow closer.
On Thursday (July 21), Naomi has a huge reaction to a name from Port Charles’ past. Franco (Roger Howarth) defends himself from Lucy’s (Lynn Herring) insinuations. Carly senses duplicity. Sonny and Finn strike a deal. On Friday (July 22), Dante (Dominic Zamprogna) and Kevin (Jon Lindstrom) stage a distraction. Ava (Maura West) turns on the charm. Laura (Genie Francis) explodes. Tracy (Jane Elliot) is unconvinced by Dillon’s claim.
— Chloe Lanier, who appeared as a young Patricia Spencer during GH’s 52nd anniversary special last year, will return to the soap in a new contract role beginning Friday, August 5th! No word yet on the role, but she might be the mystery woman who shows up on Cassadine Island.
— Tony winner and former One Life to Live star Renee Elise Goldberry (ex-Evangeline) will exit Broadway sensation Hamilton this fall to star on the upcoming Netflix sci-fi series Altered Carbon alongside Joel Kinnaman.
— Coming up next week on Days of our Lives (Global/NBC): Shawn (Brandon Beemer) deals with the aftermath of the explosion on Monday (July 18). Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Theresa (Jen Lilley) confront Summer (Marie Wilson) in Las Vegas on Tuesday (July 19), while Shawn continues his search for Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Rafe (Galen Gering).
Rafe experiences an intense nightmare on Wednesday (July 20). Brady questions Victor’s (John Aniston) involvement in Tate’s kidnapping on Thursday (July 21). Brady and Theresa are at odds with one another.
— John Paul Lavoisier will exit DAYS as Philip later this year. The actor first began appearing on screen in December 2015.
— Coming up next week on The Bold and the Beautiful (CTV Two/CBS): On Monday (July 18), Eric (John McCook), protecting his secret affair with Quinn (Rena Sofer), sides with Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) when Quinn is at Forrester Creations. Liam (Scott Clifton) and Steffy share a tender moment as they make plans to attend the Spencer Summit. Zende (Rome Flynn) surprises Nicole (Reign Edwards) with a special gift on Tuesday (July 19). Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) lean on one another to discuss their respective struggles in their relationships. Anna Maria Horsford and Obba Babatunde are back as Vivienne and Julius on Tuesday.
Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) becomes conflicted when she and Thomas (Pierson Fodé) discuss their son, and Ridge on Wednesday (July 20). Wyatt (Darin Brooks) and Steffy decide to invite an important guest to speak at the Spencer Summit in Monte Carlo on Thursday (July 21).
On Friday (July 22), Brooke plays mediator when Bill (Don Diamont) and Katie (Heather Tom) come face-to-face in an all-out battle over Will. Deacon (Sean Kanan) arrives and gives Quinn many good reasons to not follow Eric to Monte Carlo.
— Tristan Rogers will return to Y&R as Colin on Tuesday, August 23 (Canadian air date).
— Coming up next week on The Young and the Restless (Global/CBS): Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) asks Paul (Doug Davidson) for a favour on Monday (July 18; Canadian episode). Victoria (Amelia Heinle) receives shocking news on Tuesday (July 19).
Cane (Daniel Goddard) makes a power move on Wednesday (July 20). On Thursday (July 21), Victor (Eric Braeden) fights for his freedom while Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) loses her cool.