My Mom was a huge fan of Guiding Light, shes sorry to see it go, but all of these soaps are going down the drain. I watch All My Children and Days of Our Lives, Days especially has sucked the last few years, that is probably the next show to go
“Mobile phone entertainment”?
Just more proof that the end of world 2012 prophecies are correct!
and now Guiding Light.
When i was a kid, I would get off the school bus and rush in the house to watch “General Hospital”. I had a crush on “Jessie” the nurse all through third grade.
I left it all behind by fourth grade.
I watched it from junior high through college. Sad to see it go.
The days when one television show would garner a big portion of the American public are over.
I am not sure I have ever seen the TV show but can remember it being on radio when we lived in Panama City, in the early 50’s.
I don’t think anyone in our family really kept up with it but it was on the station we usually tuned it to. I can still recall the organ music. Also another one called “The Edge of Night”, during the same period.
“As The Stomach Turns”
or that spellbinding science fiction series,
“Voyage to the Bottom of the Garbage Can”
It was the craziest show I've ever seen.
Timmy the living doll was priceless and we laughed at his antics daily. One day he could be a Roman Centurion or the next day a hasidic jewish Rabbi. It was great fun.
Is she still in a coma?
Is Oprah big enough to fill the MASSIVE void? One can only assume...
Back in 1963, I was 4 years old & was watching this soap with my Grandmother when Commie Uncle Walter came on & said that the president had been shot.
I still remember that.
OMG that show is 2 years older than I am...that puts it in the older than dirt catagory....
I stopped watching that when Alan and Hope were married...whatever happened to them?
I never could get into soaps. My Mom’s a big fan of them, and so is my Wife, but everytime I’ve watched one, I just couldn’t get past the hokey, over the top acting and plots so patently ridiculous that they were embarrassing.
To each his or her own, I guess.