In the TV Source Podcast’s new Week in Soaps episode for August 19-23, 2019: Louis’ dead body is fished up on Hollyoaks; Kyle’s big secret is a dud on The Young and the Restless; The Bold and the Beautiful did some things; The role of everyone is now being played by Franco on General Hospital; The unmasking fires up Days of Our Lives.
Taped: August 25, 2019
Producer: Johnathon K.
The Bold and the Beautiful hit #1 in 1 demo for the first time ever while still maintaining their low in overall ratings. And that’s something to be celebrated? Michael E. Knight is checking in GH while Olivia Rose Keegan makes her way to prime time in a role on the CW’s All American.
The Maaliks celebrated Eid which culminated in an attack on Sami. The far right group is planning something big but the questions is how far will they go? Louis Loveday’s body turns up in the river which sends Lisa reeling. Breda is on edge after attacking Joel. Damon is arrested for fraud right as Maxine is about to confess. The lies have just gotten even harder to pull out of. Will Maxine wind up behind bars?
The Young and the Restless
The blockbuster secret that Kyle and Theo have been rambling about is nothing. Literally nothing. The wedding of the century still occurred and the YR promo team will never let you forget it. Sprumors suggest that Devon will be made poor and Billy has people leaving in his head. Because that’s what’ll bring the ratings back up.
The Bold and the Beautiful
Thanks for proving our point from the last episode.
Drew’s exit is just that. He left. That was all. Kiki is coming back to haunt Ava?Franco is still chewing scenery and Carson are having a 86th wedding.
Days of Our Lives
Ted is gone, Tripp is gone, what other dead weight could be dropped? Is it enough to bring the show up again? Kristen is caught and the town of Salem gains its brains again, piecing together all of the ways she manipulated their lives. Why couldn’t we have had this the whole year instead of Jack and Eve?
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