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TV Soap

28 Oct 2019

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.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nextmedia Pty Ltd
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26 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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from the editor

In our cover story, sexy secrets threaten to destroy the already fragile marriage of Brooke and Ridge on upcoming episodes of super soap The Bold and The Beautiful. We also catch up with B&B’s head writer/executive producer Brad Bell for a sneak peek on what’s coming up. Its never a dull moment in Salem and Genoa City for the folks on Days of Our Lives and The Young and The Restless. Locally, there are some shock arrests in the Bay on Home and Away, a steamy bathroom seduction on Neighbours, ane a bloody wedding on Secret Bridesmaids’ Business. Superstar J-Lo shows why she’s still ruling the block in her new movie Hustlers, while the gang from BH90210 reveal why they decided to return to their old hood.…

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banishing brooke

Scandalous secrets always have a habit of rearing their ugly heads at the worst possible time, but a guilt-ridden Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) is praying that his recent drunken assignation with Shauna (Denise Richards) stays firmly under wraps. The last thing he wants is for his already-strained marriage to deteriorate further, should Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) learn that he cheated on her with her niece’s mother. However, Ridge is underestimating the depth of his son Thomas’ (Matthew Atkinson) desperate desire to take revenge on Brooke for almost killing him. Thomas’ hatred for his stepmother takes on a new intensity when Brooke finds him alone in her house and orders him to get out. She’s livid he would show his face after trying to ruin Hope’s (Annika Noelle) life by keeping her separated…

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unexpected angel

Receiving a lifesaving heart transplant years ago, Katie (Heather Tom) knew she was given a second chance at life, vowing to treasure the immense gesture her brother Storm made when he sacrificed his own life. She was also made aware that as a transplant recipient, she would have to take anti-rejection drugs for the rest of her life. However, she had no idea that her daily regime would eventually come back to haunt her. Recently collapsing after suffering tiredness and back pain, Katie learned her condition was far more serious than the simple stress she suspected she was enduring, following several shocking revelations involving her family. Hospitalised, Katie lapses into a coma as Bill (Don Diamont) and her sisters keep a bedside vigil, frantically begging her to pull through. Finally awakening,…

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the plan to save douglas

Throughout her agonisingly long nightmare of thinking her baby girl Beth was dead, Hope (Annika Noelle) clung to the one saving grace in her life – Douglas (Henry Joseph Samiri), Thomas’ (Matthew Atkinson) little boy, who had recently lost his mother in tragic circumstances and was desperately in need of some stability. Despite Thomas’ evil efforts to press her into motherhood and marriage, Hope did truly come to believe she could be a mother figure to Douglas. And even though Thomas is now out of her life, her devotion to Douglas hasn’t wavered. In fact, Hope’s attachment to Douglas has only strengthened as she’s reunited with Liam (Scott Clifton) and Beth, and looks towards a bright new future with them as a family. Confident in her resolve to punish Thomas for…

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burn in hell

Returning from her recent trip to South Africa, Ciara (Victoria Konefal) receives a rude and uncomfortable welcome home when she’s mysteriously abducted from the airport, and held prisoner in the same burned-out cabin where Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) left her to die a year earlier. Struggling against the restraints that were shackling her to the bed, Ciara frantically tries to escape, unable to comprehend why she had been snatched. Before she can get away, her captor stops her and reveales their true identity. Shocked to see Ben’s sister Jordan (Chrishell Hartley) staring back at her, Ciara assumes she’s come to her rescue. Alas, her hopes of freedom are dashed when an unstable Jordan babbles that she can’t release her – she has kidnapped Ciara to protect her from Ben, who is…

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bloody valentine

Valentine’s Day is a day for lovers to revel in the romance and passion of being a couple. But despite his desperation to be with Will (Chandler Massey) on the big day, Sonny (Freddie Smith) fears that his unwanted, con artist husband Leo (Greg Rikaart) won’t let that happen. Sure enough, Sonny’s conniving spouse is planning to spend the day romping in bed with Sonny, even if he has to pry him from Will’s arms and force him between the sheets. Revealing his wicked intentions, Leo sends Sonny a Valentine’s Day card with an ominous threat inside. Opening the card, Sonny panics to find a photo of the moment when he and Will ‘killed’ Leo months earlier, realising that Leo won’t stop until he’s made them pay for their crime. Waltzing…

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