‘Days’ star crashes car in Ohio, passenger seriously injured

Alcohol and speed are suspected to be factors in a car crash early Tuesday morning in Ohio involving “Days of our Lives” star Freddie Smith, according to the Star Beacon newspaper in Ashtabula, Ohio.

Smith, 26, who plays Sonny Kiriakis on the popular NBC drama, was taken to Conneaut Medical Center, the newspaper reported.

His passenger was flown to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Youngstown. Ohio Highway Patrol said the passenger was listed in critical condition, according to the newspaper.

He joined “Days” in 2011 and portrayed the show’s second out gay character.

Sonny is married to Will Horton, son of Samy Brady DiMera and Lucas Horton.

Last year, Smith was nominated for his first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Young Actor. The actor lives in California and is originally from the Ashtabula area of Ohio.

Prospect Park decreases number of new ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ shows per week

If you’re a fan of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” the number of shows you have to keep up with is about to drop.

Prospect Park, the company behind the two dramas, says it will decrease the number of new shows each week from four to two. The change begins Monday.

Read more about what I wrote here.

‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ debuts near

Seven days.

Llanview and Pine Valley come alive once again Monday as The OnLine Network rejuvenates two of America’s most iconic television dramas — “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.”

Surely, “Days of our Lives” fans can find time to tune into the reboot of these two shows, right?

Want to view them?

For more details, check out TOLN.

‘Young and the Restless’ leaving SoapNet, will air on TVGN

And then there were two.

“The Young and the Restless” will leave ABC’s SOAPNet channel this summer, CBS announced Wednesday.

The top-rated daytime drama will begin airing on the TV Guide Network (yes, it’s still a thing).

“YR” had 500,000 viewers on SoapNet last week, according to Variety.

CBS announced last week it would buy 50 percent of TV Guide Network, sharing it with Lionsgate.