JA Control Panle

Soap opera community photos scoops news buzz and celebrities

  • increase font size
  • Default font size
  • decrease font size
Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS

SoapTalk and I Wanna Be a Soap Star Week of 7-4-05

E-mail Print PDF
User Rating: / 0
Dylan Cash, Peter Reckelel, Judi Evans & more

Soap Talk

"Soap Talk," SOAPnet's Daytime Emmy Award-nominated series, is a daily one-hour soap and lifestyle-themed talk show.  Hosted by Daytime Emmy Award-nominated co-hosts Lisa Rinna and Ty Treadway and taped in Los Angeles, "Soap Talk" features the latest and greatest from the world of daytime television with guests ranging from soap experts and costume designers to the biggest stars from the most popular soaps.  "Soap Talk" airs weekdays at 11 a.m. ET/PT.

Coming up on the week of July 4, 2005
Show content subject to change. Check local listings.

"Soap Talk" #408 –Premieres Monday, July 4
Ronn Moss ("The Bold and the Beautiful") and Dylan Cash ("General Hospital") drop by.  Plus, Summer Celebrity Beauty Secrets with Kym Douglas, and Bags to Riches with Kelli Jo Minter.  Kelli discusses how she went from a gang member to an actress to an entrepreneur.

"Soap Talk" #409 – Premieres Tuesday, July 5
Celebrity interviews include Peter Reckell ("Days of our Lives") and Jennifer Lewis ("Strong Medicine").  Jennifer sings a song from "Hairspray," joined on piano by composer Marc Shaiman.  Plus, Summer Must-Have Fashion and Accessories with Lawrence Zarian.

"Soap Talk" #410 – Premieres Wednesday, July 6
James Scott ("All My Children") and Rachel Kinsey ("The Young and the Restless") visit the set.  Plus, Getting the "White" Look for Summer with Alle Fister, and Hit Or Miss Storylines with Carolyn Hinsey.

"Soap Talk" #341 – Airs Thursday, July 7
Ming Na (formerly of "ER") discusses the Disney DVD "Mulan" (which she voiced).  And Judi Evans ("Days of our Lives") visits the studio.  Plus, How to Sparkle like Your Favorite Soap Star fashion show with Alle Fister, and The Rules of Soap with Carolyn Hinsey.  

"Soap Talk" #275 – Airs Friday, July 8
Melissa Reeves guest hosts.  Marie Masters of "As the World Turns" chats with Ty and Melissa. Also, a musical performance by Sophie B. Hawkins. Plus, Wade Williams reveals the sexy summer cocktails of your favorite soap stars and Darva Conger ("Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire") talks about her game show on Vegas weddings.

"I Wanna Be a Soap Star 2"

SOAPnet's hit one-hour reality drama, "I Wanna Be a Soap Star," is back with a brand new season.  "I Wanna Be a Soap Star," is the casting call of a lifetime. One winner will receive the ultimate prize…a role on ABC’s "All My Children."  The series captures 12 aspiring actors who will live full-time on the set of an actual soap opera.  The cameras will roll 24/7, capturing every victory, tear, betrayal and tantrum as the contestants work towards their dream of becoming a soap star.  But the action doesn’t end when the auditions are over – wannabes have to spend their nights in constant contact with the same individuals they’re competing with.  So the question is: when the judges are away, will the contestants play…or will the soap opera backstabbing and canoodling continue in real life?  One by one, a panel of experts in the field of acting, casting and television production will eliminate cast members until one remains to become ABC’s next soap star. Airs Thursdays at 11:00 p.m., ET/PT.

"I Wanna Be a Soap Star" #2-03 – Premieres Thursday, July 7
"Caught in the Act" Eight contestants remain on SOAPnet's reality series "I Wanna Be A Soap Star." In episode 3 "Caught In The Act," they are asked to get up close and personal with each other quickly as they are put through the challenge of acting out a love scene.  An acting coach and guest actor Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing, "General Hospital") will offer tips to make the scene more tantalizing.

The actors are thrown for a loop during the challenge when a familiar face is brought back to be in the scene with them.  The contestants are even more startled by the judges' decision on who gets "killed off."  Only one can win the 13-week role on ABC's "All My Children" to become ABC's next soap star.



I Wanna Be a Soap Star Season 2 ~ Meet the Contestants

I Wanna Be a Soap Star Season 2 ~ The Premiere
See the Contestants and Judges

I Wanna Be a Soap Star Season 2 ~ The Auditions

SOAPnet's Summer Fling ~ SOAPnet Heats Up the Small Screen with Its Scorching Summer Line-up of Premieres and Specials

SOAPnet invites you to have a summer fling with the network and its hot upcoming programming.  Enjoy the lazy days of June and July with a dose of movies, original programming and new specials including the feature film "Soapdish," the second season premiere of SOAPnet's reality series "I Wanna Be A Soap Star," and SOAPnet's marathon featuring "General Hospital" heartthrob Jason Morgan, "Chasin' Jason."

On Saturday, June 18th at 8PM, SOAPnet premiered "Soapdish," a movie that parodies soaps starring Sally Field, Teri Hatcher, Kevin Kline, Robert Downey Jr., Cathy Moriarty, Whoopi Goldberg and Elisabeth Shue.  The movie revolves around the efforts of a blond bombshell supporting player who enlists the aid of her weak-willed producer using seductive promises to become the star.

The second season of SOAPnet's hit reality series, "I Wanna Be A Soap Star" premiered Thursday, June 23rd at 11PM.  Host Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery, "All My Children") leads 12 aspiring actors through a series of acting challenges as they vie to win a 13-week contract role on ABC's "All My Children." 

"Chasin' Jason" premieres Saturday, July 9th at 7AM and 7PM.  The six-hour marathon will reveal the softer side of "General Hospital's'" mobster with a heart of gold, Jason Morgan.  The event will look back at the ladies who have shaped Jason's life including Robin, Carly, Elizabeth, Brenda, Courtney and Sam. Clip-based interstitials will weave stories together and feature pivotal moments in his life.

"Chasin' Jason" episodes include:

7:00 AM/PM – Robin, who is HIV positive, and Jason share a romantic day on the beach. (Episode # 1996-08548, original airdate: 08/20/96)

8:00 AM/PM – Carly asks Jason to pose as her baby's father. (Episode # 1997-08889, Original airdate: 12/16/97)

9:00 AM/PM – Elizabeth and Jason admit they want to be with one another. (Episode # 2002-10103, original airdate: 09/09/2002)

10:00 AM/PM – Brenda and Jason's wacky Las Vegas wedding.  (Episode # 2002-10138, original airdate: 10/29/02)

11:00 AM/PM – Jason proposes to Courtney and the couple weds in France.  Courtney is surprised at the arrival of Sonny and Carly.  (Episode # 2003-10381, original airdate: 10/10/03)

12:00 PM/AM – Jason proposes to Sam. (Episode # 2005-10705, Original airdate: 01/17/05)

Comments (0)add comment

Write comment
You must be logged in to post a comment. Please register if you do not have an account yet.



Linda Marshall-Smith (QueenRuler, www.Soapdom.com)
New to

Start here!

Past Blast

DOOL’s Alison Sweeney
Alison Sweeney pens her first book on realife and soaplife

Check It Out

Melody Thomas Scott,, Eric Braeden, The Young and the Restless Snail Mail TPTB
Got a beef? Wanna praise?  Looking for an acting gig?  Reach out to the powers that be.
Celebrity Buzz and Gossip at www.Soapdom.comCelebrity Buzz & Gossip
Get your daily dose.
Soap Opera Baby Names
Name your baby after your favorite soap character. Get the scoop!

Soapdom on TwitterSoap Tweets
Follow Your Faves

Latest Poll VOTE Now

Will you watch All My Children and One Life to Live online?

Shout Outs

Login to read messages.

Top Members

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events currently scheduled.


Members : 60304
Content : 18134
Web Links : 32
Content View Hits : 17687887