— Coming up this week on General Hospital (ABC/City): Nina (Michelle Stafford) asserts her authority at Crimson on Monday (September 26). Kiki (Hayley Erin) acknowledges her mistakes from the past to Micheal (Chad Duel). Nelle (Chloe Lanier) witnesses a touching moment between Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Michael. Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) shows her support for Sam (Kelly Monaco) On Tuesday (September 27), Franco (Roger Howarth) tries to get his hands on more money. Alexis is unnerved by an encounter. Hayden (Rebecca Budig) and Liz (Rebecca Herbst) butt heads. Morgan (Bryan Craig) makes a questionable decision.
Anna (Finola Hughes) has some questions for Paul (Richard Burgi) on Wednesday (September 28). Tracy (Jane Elliot) is shaken by a conversation she overhears. Nathan (Ryan Peavey) and Maxie (Kirsten Storms) grow closer, despite tough circumstances. Curtis (Donnell Turner) and Andre (Anthony Montgomery) face off in the gym. Anna and Jordan (Vinessa Antoine) work together. Claudette (Bree Williamson) drops a bombshell on Griffin (Matt Cohen). Laura (Genie Francis) has an unexpected travel companion en route to Port Charles. Maxie fears the worst. Jason (Billy Miller and Sam share a romantic moment.
Dillon (Robert Palmer Watkins) has an emotional confrontation. Morgan finds himself in hot water. Sonny makes a promise to Jason. Ava (Maura West) and Carly (Laura Wright) find common ground. Same makes her intentions clear.
— Update: September 26 – Entertainment Weekly reports that Greg Vaughan is returning to Days of our Lives in the New Year. The actor assumed the role of Eric Brady in 2012 and left the soap earlier this year as Eric went to prison. Vaughan is currently appearing on OWN series Queen Sugar (which premieres in Canada this week). No word yet how long Vaughan will be back but look for him to return to the NBC/Global soap beginning January 17, 2017.
— Coming up this week on Days of our Lives (NBC/Global): Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) confesses her plan to Nicole (Arianne Zucker) on Monday (September 26). The results of Chloe’s baby’s paternity test are revealed on Tuesday (September 27). Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Sonny (Freddie Smith) make a bold move on Wednesday (September 28).
On Thursday (September 29), pandemonium erupts when a shot is fired. John (Drake Hogestyn) and Steve (Stephen Nichols) make a rescue attempt on Friday (September 30) while Ciara (Vivian Jovanni) and Theo (Kyler Pettis) bond during a difficult situation. Coming up: Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) breaks down.
— Coming up this week on The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS/CTV Two): On Monday (September 26), Ridge’s (Thorsten Kaye) siblings begin to waver in their support for him. Eric (John McCook) decides to go through with his plan. On Tuesday (September 27), Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) and Wyatt (Darin Brooks) disagree about Eric and Quinn’s (Rena Sofer) future.
On Wednesday (September 28), Eric tells each of his family members how much they’ve let him down. Wyatt begins to warm up to Eric and Quinn’s relationship. Ridge feels strongly about protecting his family from Quinn on Thursday (September 29). Wyatt takes a stand against the Forrester family on Friday (September 30) while Steffy rages at Quinn. Coming up: A distraught Dillon makes a promise.
— Coming up this week on The Young and the Restless (CBS/Global): Victor (Eric Braeden) puts changes into effect at Newman Enterprises on Monday (September 26; Canadian episode). Victoria (Amelia Heinle) builds an alliance. Cane (Daniel Goddard) ends up in a compromising position. Ashley (Eileen Davidson) takes control of a situation on Tuesday (September 27). Devon (Bryton James) takes a business risk. Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) maintains hope for her marriage.
Mariah (Camryn Grimes) challenges Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) on Wednesday (September 28). Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) wonders about Victor’s motives. Devon and Hilary (Mishael Morgan) accept a challenge. Sharon (Sharon Case) gets a disturbing message on Thursday (September 29). Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) draws boundaries with Nick (Joshua Morrow). Jack (Peter Bergman) becomes impatient with Phyllis.
— More good news for Y&R fans: Kay Alden has rejoined the writing staff! Check out the full report from Daytime Confidential here. In case you missed it, Sally Sussman Morina was recently named the soap’s head-writer.