Billy Miller to Exit General Hospital — Plus: The Latest Preview

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billy miller leaving general hospital

As reported by TV Source in June, Billy Miller is set to exit General Hospital. The actor, who originally signed on to the ABC soap to appear as Jason Morgan in 2014 but was later to be revealed as Jason’s twin, Drew Cain, once Steve Burton returned in 2017.

Marnie Sparer, Miller’s agent, released a video from the actor on Twitter which ends with the following statement:

Hello friends,

With a slight air of sadness, it is time to ponder what “goodbye” means. However, instead of dwelling on what is gone and sure to be missed, there is another way. Maybe our goodbye is really remembrance of love felt, an appreciation for lives shared, and the lifelong reminisces that come from embraces and receives. Maybe our goodbye is an earnest hope for the brightest path forward for us all. Now, instead of sadness, I am filled with gratitude for all your support, encouragement, and every emotion shared. I cherish the journey we have taken together. Thank you for allowing me into your home and lives. With every ounce of myself, I think you for being you. I would be remiss in this crazy, unpredictable world we all love so much if I did not hold out the possibility that maybe our goodbye is really… until next time.

All my love,
Billy Miller

Miller previously played the role of Billy Abbott on The Young and the Restless from 2008-2014. He also played Richie Novak on All My Children from 2007-2008. In addition to his gig on GH, Miller has guest-starred on Suits as Marcus — Harvey’s (Gabriel Macht) brother.

This week on General Hospital: Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) receives bad news on Monday (August 5). Finn (Michael Easton) relies on Epiphany’s (Sonya Eddy) expertise. Julian (William deVry) bonds with his son. Kim (Tamara Braun) has a heart-to-heart with Carly (Laura Wright). Liesl (Kathleen Gati) confronts Brad (Parry Shen).

On Tuesday (August 6), Shiloh (Coby Ryan McLaughlin) presents Jason (Steve Burton) with a decision. Drew (Billy Miller) calls Sonny (Maurice Benard). Joss (Eden McCoy) surprises Cameron (William Lipton). Neil (Joe Flanigan) and Alexis grow closer. Lucy (Lynn Herring) takes Sasha (Sofia Mattsson) apartment hunting.

Franco (Roger Howarth) is grateful to Scott (Kin Shriner) on Wednesday (August 7). Shiloh grows desperate. Sasha confides in Maxie (Kirsten Storms). Nina (Cynthia Watros) receives flowers. Laura (Genie Francis) wants to form her own opinion.

On Thursday (August 8), Nina is worried. Sam (Kelly Monaco) is argumentative. Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) gets an alarming phone call. Curtis (Donnell Turner) looks for help. Lucy knows more than she thinks.

Lucas (Ryan Carnes) has an update on Friday (August 9). Robert (Tristan Rogers) shares disappointing news. Peter (Wes Ramsey) supports Maxie. Lulu (Emme Rylan) wants things to return to normal. Willow (Catelyn MacMullen) misunderstands.

Here’s what’s coming up in Port Charles during the week of August 5:

  • Stella (Vernée Watson) gets an important message.
  • Ava (Maura West) is caught off-guard.
  • Hayden (Rebecca Budig) doesn’t go unnoticed.
  • Drew and Elizabeth are stunned.
  • Monica (Leslie Charleson) looks for Kim.

New Co-Head Writer: TV Insider has confirmed that General Hospital co-head writer Shelly Altman retired on August 2 and that breakdown writer Dan O’Connor will be joining Chris Van Ettan in the head writing duties. The news was originally reported by Daytime Confidential in June.

General Hospital airs weekdays on Citytv and ABC. Canadian viewers can catch up on demand, on the CityTV app and on CityTV.com.

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