"Basically, it’s just a soap opera with a zombie occasionally."
"My advice is don’t marry somebody in advertising."
Soap operas have always been gay.
Last night's episode excepted, obviously.
Finally: 'Jeopardy!' gets its due.
A dying genre dies some more.
Franco as Franco. In a tux!
TV Land has greenlighted "Happily Divorced," written and executive produced by "The Nanny" co-creators, Fran Drescher and Peter Marc Jacobsen.
She's bouncing back.
With pretty sex charts!
The British 'Coronation Street.'
Fingers crossed for more tomorrow.
Franco poses a homeless man on 'GH' today.
He's coming back to 'General Hospital.'
Big mistake. Huge.
That is, if you can recognize Sean Young.
That's some genuine "this is all super weird and nice!" laughter.
James Franco appears to have started a trend.
As straightforward as it is revolting.
With the soap-opera biz mortally wounded, the L.A.-bound cast is lucky to still have a show. Their NYC crew, not so much.
That leaves six soap operas on the air, not counting The Hills.
James Franco lent his talents to General Hospital today, and we were there to watch just the parts that he was in.
"This latest move not only takes the cake, but frosts it with awesome."
The actor's first 'General Hospital' photo is released.