In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for May 20-24, 2019: Laurie continues getting away with his crimes on Hollyoaks; The Adam show continues on The Young and the Restless; Steffy is back on The Bold and the Beautiful; Sam volunteered to be almost raped on General Hospital; Kristen is back in a Nicole mask on Days of Our LIves.
Taped: May 26, 2019
Producer: Johnathon K.
E! News airs as Soap-centric special called E! NEWS DAYTIME DRAMA DEEP DIVE. Gary Lucy will be back to Hollyoaks full time at the end of June. Kevin Riggin back to Days of our Lives As Rory.
Sinead and Sienna broke their silences. Unfortunately, Laurie managed to wiggle free from custody only to get Sinead sent down. What’s next for his victims? Baby DJ is coming home but so is Cindy as she moves in with Mandy and Darren. We know Luke will be back in the summer. Could this possibly lead to a sister swap?
The Young and the Restless (33:16)
The Adam Show continues. Who shot him and why does it feel like they’ve erased Justin Hartley’s entire tenure? Summer preview were realeased and reveal the exact same thing Devon is doing now will continue as he tries to move on with Elena. AKA no story.
The Bold and the Beautiful (48:46)
Steffy is back after a short hiatus. Thomas continues gaslighting Hope with a manufactured letter from Caroline telling him to move on with someone like her.
General Hospital (56:45)
Sam was almost raped by Shiloh until Jason saved the day. Sonny only cared about getting Kristina’s pledge back from Shiloh. Nurses Ball continues with light hearted performances and very little talk about the true meaning of the night. AIDS/HIV are buzz words and nothing else. Ava’s final showdown with Ryan proved that they are carrying this show on their backs
Days of Our Lives (01:14:06)
Kristen is back and she’s got a whole new… face! Kristen is undercover as the back from the dead Nicole working with Xander. Drunk Maggie is the best shes been in years. Jack is sworn in as mayor and brings on Eve as commissioner. With Hope out of a job, will this be a new beginning for the character that we’ve been dying for?
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