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TV Soap

02 Mar 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

In this issue

5 min.
change of heart

Liam is convinced that Thomas is still acting as a master manipulator to tear him from Hope, but he feels it’s wrong to blame the crafty designer for the smooch he shared with Steffy! Brooke, however, knows nothing’s beneath Thomas! She’s sure he’s up to no good and that he was behind Steffy locking lips with Liam, knowing Hope would see them kissing. If something awful comes of it, Brooke will sure as hell point the finger at Ridge and Taylor’s firstborn! In recent weeks, Hope (Annika Noelle) has softened towards Thomas (Matthew Atkinson), wanting to give him a second chance here and there. Of course, her love for little Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri) is her Achilles heel – and Thomas knows it! He’s relentless, but so is Brooke. She’ll encourage…

3 min.
days spared the axe!

“It’s officially official…” tweeted Days head writer Ron Carlivati. The scribe came to work on the soap a few years ago and is responsible for rejuvenating the show by returning fan favourites Will (Chandler Massey) and Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) to the canvas, and thrusting familiar faces Marlena (Deidre Hall), Arianne Zucker (Nicole), and Brady (Eric Martsolf) to the forefront. And fans rejoiced! Ron brought back Doug’s Place and put Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes (Doug and Julie) back on the front-burner! In 2018, he was largely responsible for Days winning Best Drama, Best Writing, Best Directing and acting awards for James Reynolds (Abe) and Greg Vaughan (Eric) at the Daytime Emmys. Now, fans are relieved at the prospect of another year – at least – of the long-running soap after the set…

3 min.
potion in motion

At death’s door with a brain tumour that’s left him with a dire prognosis of mere months, Will lies in hospital, praying for a miracle. His desperate loved ones figure out that only the secret antidote details in Dr Rolf’s diary can save him. Details about Will’s tumour – sparked by the resurrection serum Rolf fed him to revive him following his murder, as well as the antidote to cure him – are in the diary... but the telltale missive has vanished into thin air! Investigating what surely must be a theft, John (Drake Hogestyn) wastes little time in pinning it on Eve (Kassie DePaiva), accusing the newly installed Police Commissioner of stealing it from Rolf’s files at the hospital! Denying that out of hand, Eve covers her tracks, implying that…

2 min.
misery loves company

Now increasingly lost in her own world, crippled by the grief she’s suffering from Holly’s supposed death in a car crash, Chloe brutally beats herself up, blaming herself! After all, Holly was in her care when she “died” in the horror crash – and if Chloe hadn’t been romantically distracted with Stefan, she could’ve prevented Holly’s abduction and saved her life. Unravelled by her fraying emotions, Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) resembles a walking zombie as she goes through the motions of running Doug’s Place nightclub. Wincing at her co-owner’s obviously fragile state, Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) urges Chloe to take personal time out to recover, but she snaps that she needs to be working and picks a fight with her partner over a trivial matter at the club. Instead of biting back,…

3 min.
muckrakers misjudge it

Nasty Newman half-brothers Nick and Adam are at each other’s throats! Adam forges ahead with his plan to sue Nick for custody of Christian, even though his sibling raised the boy when everybody thought Adam was dead. Each of them vows that they’ll be the one to emerge victorious – and to ensure their chances of leaving the courtroom as Christian’s custodial parent, they are not above playing dirty as all get-out! Investigating Adam’s (Mark Grossman) lost years in Las Vegas, Nick (Joshua Morrow) is digging for scurrilous details on his shady involvement with Chance Chancellor, hoping to use it against him with the judge. Meanwhile, Adam plots to have the custody hearing brought forward to catch Nick out, while also slinging mud on two other fronts. Obtaining damning photos starring…

2 min.
do i know you?

Lola may love Kyle and accept that he has a colourful past but as Theo continues ingratiating himself into their lives, she can’t shake the fear that she doesn’t really know her fiancé. And that freaks her out as their wedding draws ever nearer! Interrupting the old friends – Theo baits an agitated Kyle about the secrets he’s keeping for him from their wild party days in New York – Lola demands her fiancé spill all about his Big Apple adventures! Careful to skirt the ugly truth for as long as possible, Kyle (Michael Mealor) explains that he was simply a “man-child with a bank account and had temper tantrums” – but it was nothing to lose any sleep over! Lola (Sasha Calle) seems placated at first, but in private she…