In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for March 11-15. 2019. The white supremacy story kicks into gear on Hollyoaks; Ava’s world comes crashing down on General Hospital; The Bold and the Beautiful kills off another young female character; Diana pins Marlena’s poisoning on Haley on Days of Our Lives.
Taped: March 18, 2019
Producer: Johnathan K.
Hollyoaks cast caught filming for a funeral. Who is the unlucky character on their way out? Our bet is Lily, but Hollyoaks has tricked us before!
James is aiming to bring the family together as a united, healthy familial unit against Mac. All Mac wants is Juliet. He also wants James dead. The extremist storyline kicks into gear as we meet Stuart and his gang. Peri knows something is off but will she figure it out? Liberty is head over heels for Sami but he has a lot of issues, all of which come to a head at the lunch table.
That past two weeks in Port Charles have felt like a well written and well paced soap as Ava and Laura both experience betrayal over the Ryan/Kevin situation. The Cult Story kicking into gear with Molly being the smartest person per usual.
The Bold and the Beautiful
Steffy heads to Paris smartly decided that Hope needs to distance herself from her daughters. In another wtf moment, they decide to kill off their 3rd young female character in 10 years. Was it for actual story or just to be petty?
Days of Our Lives
Eric and Sarah finally lol lips. Diana pins the poison on Haley who is captured this week! Claire spins a story to keep the heat off of her but how long until that comes undone? Ciara let grandma-auntie Julie have it! No more hypocrites! She wants Ben to love himself but understands it must be hard since no one else seems to. Ben wants to distance himself from her and has a heart to heart with Stefan.
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