Articles for Guiding Light Season 58

CBS has now confirmed that former Guiding Light star John Driscoll has signed on to join the cast of The Young and the Restless and will be arriving in Genoa City on July 16.Rumors about Driscoll joining The Young and the Restless have been swirling for several weeks now though CBS has been tight-lipped about the casting news. At the time, however, it has already been reported that Driscoll will be appearing as Phillip "Chance" Chancellor IV, Nina‘s (Tricia Cast) son.  Read more »
Soap actress Caroline McWilliams has passed away on February 11 from complications of multiple myeloma, The L.A. Times has confirmed. She was 64.Though McWilliams was popularly known for her role as Marcy Hill on Benson and Sally, she started her soap acting career with Guiding Light where she played Janet Norris from 1969 to 1975. Subsequently, she was cast in a short-term role on Another World as Tracy DeWitt before playing LuAnn Pruit, the mother of Jamie Walters‘ character Ray Pruit on Beverly Hills, 90210.  Read more »
Like many of us, some of Hollywood‘s A-listers had to start out small--many of them on soap operas--before making it big in the entertainment industry. Take Julianne Moore, for instance, whose scheduled to make a return to her soap roots next month.Check Out Julianne Moore on As the World TurnsThe Oscar-nominated actress will return to As the World Turns April 5. Of course, she‘s not the first big name Hollywood actor to hit the soaps. James Franco joined the staff on General Hospital in 2009.  Read more »
The nominations for the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards is out in the open and not surprisingly, ABC‘s General Hospital has taken the lead. The second longest-running American soap opera has received a total of 18 Emmy nods, proving that romance, mob wars, murder mysteries and colorful personalities will always have a special place in the world of soaps. Read more »
The fat lady is singing, not for the end of the opera, but the end of the soap opera. Today, after months of rumors and speculation, ABC officially canceled its long-running daytime soaps All My Children and One Life to Live.  Read more »