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TV Soap

TV Soap

20 Jan 2020

TV Soap Magazine is Australia’s number 1 magazine for lovers of TV Drama, gossip and glamour. Every issue features exclusive interviews with Australian and international celebrities, sneak previews of upcoming soap episodes, star style with the latest fashion and beauty tips, as well as fantastic competitions and giveaways.

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26 Issues


12 min.
fresh starts & broken hearts! what’s ahead on b&b, days and y&r in 2020

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL In 2019, the saga of baby Beth dominated – and ratings soared! The little girl may be back with her parents Liam (Scott Clifton) and Hope (Annika Noelle), but the fallout from her kidnapping continues... Thomas (Matthew Atkinson), who was complicit in keeping the tot from Hope, is as dogged as ever in his quest to win Hope’s heart. This year, he’s taking a different approach. Thomas will enlist Zoe (Kiara Barnes), who also has fences to mend as she knew the truth about Beth, in his ongoing scheme to make Hope his wife and mum to long-suffering son Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri). Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is no fan of Zoe’s – but Liam will urge his ex to give her a chance. She could be most…

2 min.
a mother’s grief

Miraculously returned from the dead and reunited with Eric (Greg Vaughan), the only thought on Nicole’s (Arianne Zucker) mind is seeing her daughter Holly (Harlow and Scarlett Mallory) for the first time in months. But unbeknownst to the anxious mum, her hopes of seeing Holly are cruelly dashed when, while in Chloe’s (Nadia Bjorlin) care, the child is kidnapped and spirited away from the DiMera mansion. News of the kidnapping spreads quickly, leaving Nicole distraught with grief as it’s secretly revealed that a despicable Xander (Paul Telfer) has masterminded the kidnapping with his equally evil co-conspirator Ted (Gilles Marini). Together, the men frame the Mexican drug cartel who have been terrorising Chloe – but Ted’s expectations that Holly will be returned home are shattered when Xander reports that Holly will never…

2 min.
the man for me

Revelling in the afterglow of making love for the first time, Ciara (Victoria Konefal) and Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) are a portrait of bliss as they snuggle in bed, consumed by thoughts of each other and their future together. Unfortunately, reality quickly intrudes when Stefan (Brandon Barash) summons Ben to help search for a missing Holly. But while Ben is in the shower, Hope (Kristian Alfonso) appears on his doorstep surprising her scantily clad daughter. Hope’s confusion only doubles when a naked Ben steps out of the shower, clad in only a towel! Reeling at the sight of Ben, Hope is flabbergasted as he asks Ciara to join him in the shower before he realises her mother is there. Stammering over the awkward moment, Hope asks for Ben’s help with…

2 min.
burn the bride

Despite reluctantly allowing her boyfriend Tripp (Lucas Adams) to marry Haley (Thia Megia) – in a bid to prevent her from being deported to China – Claire (Olivia Rose Keegan) vows that there’s no way in hell she’s going to accept or live with the marriage for too long. Her angst only deepens when Tripp reports that although Haley has passed the latest immigration test and won’t be forced to leave the country, it could take years for her to get her green card, meaning he has to be her “husband” for a long time yet. Going berserk at the news, Claire seethes when Haley and Tripp ask her to move out of the apartment, as they need to make their marriage appear authentic to the authorities. Angrily packing her bags,…

3 min.
literary love

Writing her latest novel, Traci (Beth Maitland) has taken inspiration from the people around her to create the story of a world-famous private detective intent on exposing a fellow police detective’s wife for wanting to murder her husband’s extramarital lover! In fleshing out her characters, Traci has used Cane (Daniel Goddard) and Lily’s (Christel Khalil) real-life ailing marriage to envision Cane as the detective, Flynn, and Lily as the aggrieved wife of the other detective, Iris. In growing closer to Cane as she supports him through the breakdown of his marriage, Traci has developed romantic feelings for him, and has subsequently cast herself in her novel as Velma, Flynn’s secretary with romantic inclinations. His friendship with Traci deepening as he takes an interest in the story of the novel, Cane is…

2 min.
ties don’t bind

Re-establishing himself in Genoa City after returning from the grave a few months ago, Adam (Mark Grossman) has endured an uphill battle in his struggle to reclaim everything he thought he’d lost. The only things that still elude him is his beloved wife Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) and Connor (Michael and Nolan Webb) – the child they had together – who both remain out of town leading new lives. Nevertheless, thoughts of the pair continue to fill Adam’s mind as he goes about his daily life. For now, he’s distracted with manipulating his henchman Kevin (Greg Rikaart) into helping him discredit Nick’s (Joshua Morrow) reputation, so that he can take custody of his other son Christian (Alex Wilson) away from him. When Kevin finally locates video proof of Nick’s antics from earlier…