In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for January 21-25, 2019: Breda kills again on Hollyoaks; Jasam fans get their moment on General Hospital; Wayne Brady is having a blast on The Bold & The Beautiful; The mayoral race heats up on Days of Our Lives.
Taped: January 27, 2019
Producer: Johnathon K. and Ryan W.
The Daytime Emmy pre-nominations are out! We talk favorites, snubs and why maybe pre-noms shouldn’t be a thing. Is another DAYS bloodbath on the horizon? Rumors are swirling that several characters have been cut.
Breda killed Louis but did he really deserve it? Simone and Zack leave Hollyoaks without even knowing he’s dead. Someone is on to Breda. Who could it be? Harry and James are back on thanks to Romeo’s help. Lily begins self harming again after Diane’s harsh words. Alfie and Yazz might be heading to America.
Ryan takes aim for Lulu but she escapes with her life. Jason and Sam reunite but the story remains lackluster. Should the show reconsider a quadrangle with Sam, Drew, Jason and Carly? Aiden’s storyline progresses as they discuss his sexuality. Even PFLAG has taken notice. But will this be worthwhile or just another in show commercial?
The Bold & The Beautiful
The same thing that happened this week, happened last week. Wayne Brady is willing to slap a bitch about shaming him for being on a soap though.
Days of Our Lives
The mayoral race sees the entrance of Melinda and amnesiac Jack opposing Abe. The storyline with Jack still isn’t working for some on the panel but it makes for good entertainment.Meanwhile, Haley told JJ her secret. Will JJ swoop in and be a hero and a… husband? Cin gets a hilarious promo as their February sweep story starts to take off. Why are explained exits needed for characters who are only gone for 2 weeks?
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