Welcome to the final edition of Gays of
Our Lives for the year. We’ve got a lot for you this week.
First up, our second annual GOOL BEST AND WORST polling has us asking your
opinions on what you loved and hated this year in gay soaps. What was the best
show both in the States and from our foreign neighbors? What storyline did you
love the most? Who is your favorite straight character? And who do you think is
the best couple? We’ll be asking these questions and a whole lot more.
In GOOL THEATER, if you don’t want to hear me gush about One Life to Live yet again, you’re out
of luck. Find out why (as if you don’t know) when we take a look at this past week’s
clips. Plus, after a few weeks absence, Good
Times, Bad Times (German) is back
with some fresh clips and we get the first look at the new gay storyline on Emmerdale. And As The World Turns was pretty good this week, but with a caveat.
How far will Nick go to win back Kyle Lewis? Will Aaron Livesy continue to
deny his feelings for Adam on Emmerdale? This
week’s GOOL SCOOPS AND SPOILERS just might have the answers. Plus, Dr. Simon Bond has a merry Christmas on Doctors, but can he handle a crisis that
might put his career in jeopardy? And Ravi
finds himself embroiled in his ex-lover’s relationship woes on Hollyoaks.
Sadly, another soap is gone. As the
World Turns has been cancelled, and we’ve got the latest news about that in
GOOL NEWSBEAT. As for One Life to Live,
we’ve got interesting casting news and the dish about an honor recently bestowed
on that soap. Plus, Nicholas Rodriguez provides insight on his new storyline
and the dish on what Scott Evans (Oliver) wants for Christmas. We’ve also got
the word on an upcoming event featuring many of your favorite foreign soap
stars as well as the latest news on The
Young and the Restless, True Blood,
Big Love and The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
All this – and more!
2009 BEST AND WORST IN GAY SOAPS
Here we go, it’s our second annual Best
and Worst in Gay Soaps Poll. From Best Soap here and abroad to Worst
Storyline we’re looking for your opinion on what you loved and hated this past
year in soaps and dramas featuring gay characters. And if you don’t like any of
the options presented, you can make your own choice. We’ll have the answers for
you when we return from our holiday break with our Jan. 5th edition
as well as a critical look back in a special 2009 Year in Review feature article.