GH Preview: Will Jordan Find TJ?

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This week on General Hospital: Maxie (Kirsten Storms) supports Peter (Wes Ramsey) on Monday (March 9). Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) can’t help herself. Jason (Steve Burton) finds refuge at the Quartermaines. Diane (Carolyn Hennessy) hatches an idea to help Michael (Chad Duel). Sasha (Sofia Mattson) has her doubts.

On Tuesday (March 10), Neil (Joe Flanigan) is interrupted. Julian (William deVry) runs into Ava (Maura West). Brad (Parry Shen) gets a warning. Mac (John J. York) hosts a gathering. Jordan (Briana Nicole Henry) gets a reassuring text.

Sonny (Maurice Benard) makes his intentions clear on Wednesday (March 11). Neil is stunned. Molly (Haley) presses Jordan for information following TJ’s (Tahj Bellow) disseverance. Brook Lynn (Amanda Setton) is inspired. Lucas (Ryan Carnes) softens towards Julian.

On Thursday (March 12), Stella (Vernee Watson) pays Curtis (Donnell Turner) a visit. Jordan is beside herself. Michael is amused. Sasha confides in Willow (Katelyn MacMullen). Brad is amazed.

Michael and Sasha have an emotional discussion on Friday (March 13). Willow begins to open up. Brook Lynn confronts Julian. Sam (Kelly Monaco) meets with Spinelli (Bradford Anderson). Curtis tries to figure out what Jordan is keeping from him.

Here’s what’s coming up in Port Charles during the week of March 16:

  • Ava has big plans.
  • Laura (Genie Francis) crosses Josslyn (Eden McCoy).
  • Trina (Sidney Mikayla) is full of blame.
  • Anna (Finola Hughes) blames Jason.
  • Brook Lynn has it out with Lulu (Emme Rylan).

Exclusive Interview: Check out our interview with former General Hospital star Vinessa Antoine (ex-Jordan) where she discusses the conversation about race that is being explored in her CBC series Diggstown, her ext from GH and if daytime could ever become truly inclusive.

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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