Where can I watch Passions soap opera?

Where can I watch Passions soap opera? That terrific web dramedy about a band of struggling Hollywood actors has returned for its second season and is now available via Hulu (hulu.com/workshop).

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.

How long did Passions run? 

60 minutes

What was the dolls name on Passions? Joshua Evans, the pint-sized star who played “Timmy the Living Doll” on the NBC soap opera “Passions,” has tragically died during heart surgery.

What is the longest running soap opera?

Coronation Street, the quintessentially British soap opera, holds the official Guinness World Record for being the longest-running / oldest television soap opera in history. The show first premiered in 1960, and has since aired over 10,200 episodes.

Why did Passions get Cancelled?

Passions was cancelled by NBC in January 2007 because of low ratings. DirecTV made a special arrangement to fund production of the soap and began airing it exclusively in the Fall of 2007, hoping that fans would be willing to subscribe to the satellite TV service or to pay an online subscription fee.

What soap opera had the doll?

Passions

Is Tabitha from Passions still alive?

Tabitha, Timmy, Charity, Miguel, and Kay all survived.

Who plays Portia on GH?

Brook Kerr (born November 21, 1973) is an American actress who is best known for her portrayal of Whitney Russell Harris on the television soap opera Passions and Dr. Portia Robinson on ABC’s General Hospital. Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.

Who is Justin Hartley?

Justin Hartley
Born Justin Scott Hartley January 29, 1977 Galesburg, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Lindsay Korman ​ ​ ( m. 2004; div. 2012)​ Chrishell Stause ​ ​ ( m. 2017; div. 2021)​ Sofia Pernas ​ ( m. 2021)​