What happened to the soap opera Passions? Passions was cancelled by NBC in January 2007 because of low ratings. DirecTV saved the soap and began airing it exclusively in the Fall of 2007, hoping that fans would be willing to pay to watch. Unfortunately, the deal didn’t work out as well as expected and the satellite TV provider pulled the plug in December 2007.
What happened to the stars of Passions? Many of them went on to join popular prime-time TV shows, and some went on to play in well received B-list movies. Many of them continued on to other popular soaps, a few completely changed industries, and some stepped away from acting. See where your favorite stars of Passions ended up below!
What soap did Passions replace? Enter “Passions,” which replaced the venerable but ratings-impaired “Another World” five weeks ago on NBC (Monday through Friday at 2 p.m.). “Peyton Place meets the X-Files” is how creator James E. Reilly describes “Passions,” a mix of teen angst, standard lather and the occult.
Where was Passions soap opera filmed? The coast of Maine may be a great place for lovers, but don’t go there in search of “Passions.” The fictional Harmony featured in NBC’s steamy new soap opera is actually composed of shots made in the picturesque, seaside towns of Camden, Belfast and Rockland. The rest of the soap is filmed in California.