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The Young and the Restless has hired four-time Emmy winner Susan Dansby for its writing team. Dansby previously served on the As the World Turns writing staff.
General Hospital vet Réal Andrews will return to the ABC lineup beginning next month. The actor has landed a recurring role on All My Children. Andrews also appeared on As the World Turns.
One Life to Live has hired former As the World Turns and Days of our Lives star Austin Peck. The actor's role remains a bit of a mystery, but Peck will began taping next week.
After months of speculation -- and ribbing by the show's writers -- One Life to Live has confirmed that Emmy winner Roger Howarth will be returning to the show. Still to be resolved is whether or not he'll be playing Todd Manning.
Two-time Emmy winner Maura West is out at The Young and the Restless. Though the actress was wildly popular during her run as Carly on As the World Turns, insiders report that West didn't catch on as Y&R's Diane. West first appeared on Y&R in October 2010.
Another Quartermaine will return to General Hospital by the end of the summer. Stuart Damon will reprise the role of Alan Quartermaine, but the show is keeping mum on whether or not Alan will be alive or dead. Damon originated the role of Alan in 1977.