There was much hand-wringing over the future of soaps when All My Children and One Life to Live both got the ax. But it turns out your great-grandma's stories (and, who are we kidding, the only thing that gets you through a sick day) are enjoying an upswing in popularity.
Richard Simmons plays some sort of evil insanator on General Hospital, and on Friday, he turned the crazy up to full volume and crashed a wedding in the absolute best way possible. Seriously, this is outstanding TV.
Last week on General Hospital a Fourth of July barbecue turned into a traumatic, devastating event for a little girl that will make you laugh and laugh and laugh.
Good news for people who love General Hospital (somebody, assumably)/bad news for people who love Tim Gunn (everybody, obviously). ABC has renewed the soap opera for yet another season (the show is a whopping 49-years-old), while effectively quelling the Gunn-helmed daytime talk show The Revolution, where, having…
Creepy weirdo artist named "Franco" returned to General Hospital this afternoon and he served up yet another odd clip for the internet to collectively groan over. The scene features James Franco taking photos of what might actually be a dead guy in his studio while words like "A.M.," "MURDER," and (no lie!) "Cereal"…
Here's a kind-of gruesome photo of an upcoming scene from General Hospital that has James Franco back in the role of Robert "Franco" Frank. The scene: Franco on the ground with blood everywhere around him, Jason Morgan with a gun in his hand, serious faces. The gun may or may not have belonged to Jason. Last we heard,…
While the sexual assault of 17-year-old Michael Corinthos happened a few months ago and has been part of GH's storyline, this week was the first time the character (played by actor Chad Duell) addressed the fact that he was raped.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, James Franco plummets to his death on General Hospital, Stephen Colbert and Andy Cohen reenact a Real Housewives scene, and dogs that sniff butts for cancer.
James Franco has returned (reprising his role as "Franco") to murder women, upset men, and turn on couch potatoes. He's appearing for the next few weeks; the storyline's rumored to get weird. With Franco's track record, that could mean anything.
While today's episode only featured one Franco scene, it was a good one. The dialogue—about death threats, art, the mob, etc.—could almost apply to his entire experience as an actor.
Today on GH, James Franco pushed the envelope further—in a role that's supposedly performance art and may very well be part of a gigantic practical joke—by making all of his lines sound like double entendres for gay sex.
He'd have to be!
You know what? James Franco's acting style is fascinating: He murmurs like he's drunk; slits his eyes like he's stoned. Or maybe he's not acting? Is he in character or is he not even trying? It's impossible to tell.
On today's episode of General Hospital, the second installment of James Franco's new stint as a dark and mysterious artist, it became obvious that every scene he's in is bizarre, and that he's fucking with all of us.
3:04pm eastern on ABC.