This week on General Hospital: Laura (Genie Francis) and Robert (Tristan Rogers) face Cyrus (Jeff Kober) down on Monday (April 6). Jason (Steve Burton) wants to put a little distance between himself and Sam (Kelly Monaco) for awhile. Jordan (Briana Nicole Henry) is conflicted. Ava (Maura West) cautions Nina (Cynthia Watros). Nikolas (Marcus Coloma) ponders the repercussions of his marriage.
Michael (Chad Duel) discusses his next move on Tuesday (April 7). Jason holds his ground. Sonny (Maurice Benard) has cause to worry about Brando (Johnny Wactor). Willow’s (Katelyn MacMullen) interest is piqued. Carly (Laura Wright) is pushed to her limit.
In a special episode airing on Wednesday (April 8), we’ll see Carly flashback to the life she had with her adopted parents, Frank and Virginia Benson (who’ll be played by James Patrick Stuart [Valentin] and Cynthia Watros [Nina]), while Eden McCoy (Josslyn) will play a younger version of Carly. Willa Rose will portray a younger version of Nelle.
Meanwhile, Bobbie (Jacklyn Zeman) gets unsettling news. Nina tries to reason with Nelle (Chloe Lanier). Sonny worries about Carly. Michael is stressed. Willow feels apologetic.
On Thursday (April 9), Jax (Ingo Rademacher) takes the blame. Carly holds her own. Nelle is observant. An heirloom holds significant value as Nina gets closer to the truth about her daughter.
General Hospital will air an encore episode on Friday, April 10: Kim (Tamara Braun) urges Julian (William deVry) to live in the moment (Original Airdate: July 30, 2018).
Here’s what’s coming up in Port Charles during the week of April 13:
- Laura intercepts a message meant for Lulu (Emme Rylan).
- Finn (Michael Easton) plans an epic birthday party for Violent (Jophielle Love).
- Nikolas and Sonny face-off.
- Violet’s party is full of mischief and emotion.
Reminder: All four soaps have shut down production in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Click here for the details.
General Hospital airs weekdays on Citytv and ABC. Canadian viewers can catch up on demand, on the CityTV app and on CityTV.com.