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It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Emmy Award-winning Michael Zaslow. Zaslow died Sunday night due to complications of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Zaslow is survived by his wife, Susan Hufford, and daughters Helena and Marika. Zaslow was 56.
The word has long been out that one of NBC's three daytime dramas will not make it to the next millennium. With Days Of Our Lives
having inked a new contract, that leaves Another World
and Sunset Beach
to face the axe.
Beginning early next year, the Walt Disney Co. will launch an all soap opera cable television channel. The decision to launch the channel comes only a few months after the company conducted tests of an all soaps channel in the Chicago and Houston area.
Few thought it would ever happen. Susan Lucci was among them. But 1999 turned out to be the year that Susan Lucci finally won her Emmy gold.
soapcentral.com has learned exclusively that ABC is exploring options to add a new entry to its daytime lineup. While currently in the planning stages, this could mean the demise of the fledgling Port Charles.
Beginning January 24th, the Walt Disney Co. will launch an all soap opera cable television channel. The decision to launch the channel comes only a few months after the company conducted tests of an all soaps channel in the Chicago and Houston area.