Tabyana Ali

In Less Than 6 Months, Tabyana Ali Has Become The Heroine Of ‘General Hospital’

Tabyana Ali’s The Heroine On General Hospital– And It Hasn’t Even Been Six Months! Soap opera fans can be incredibly loyal, as evidenced by continuing to watch a soap daily for decades on end. These fans can be the brutal critics as well- especially towards unfamiliar faces gracing their television screen. Actors playing new characters…Read more

‘General Hospital’ Dominated The 49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

Kelly Thiebaud Wins Outstanding Supporting Actress Jeff Kober Wins Outstanding Supporting Actor Nicholas Chavez Wins Outstanding Younger Performer GH wins its 15th Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Daytime Drama

Wild New Theory on ‘General Hospital’: What if Dex is Esme’s Brother? The Twist Could Take An Already Epic Storyline To Another Level

The young adults of Port Charles have a lot on their plate- and it’s must-see TV. By having Dex turn out to be Esme’s brother, could make this the soapiest summer of GH in years.

#GH Anniversary Special: 59 Great Women of ‘General Hospital’ (Part 1)

General Hospital: 59 Great Women of GH

The women of General Hospital have never truly been given their due. For the soap opera’s 59th birthday, here’s the beginning of a list of some of the great women who have made a mark on GH over the years. Please save your tomatoes for the end and remember that the list is in no specific order

‘General Hospital’: Tabyana Ali Was On Fire In Debut As Trina Robinson’s Storyline Explodes

Tabyana Ali is Trina Robinson

‘General Hospital’: Tabyana Ali Was On Fire In Debut As Trina Robinson’s Storyline Explodes. Sydney Mikayla signed off last month after three years on GH -and she will be missed. Thankfully, ABC chose to carry on her legacy with Tabyana Ali taking on the role of Trina Robinson.

#Sprina Forever: Praise for Sydney Mikayla & Support for Tabyana Ali By Twitter User @RealMac545

Sydney Mikayla

Reflections on Sydney Mikayla’s Exit, the Casting of Tabyana Ali and the Future of Both Trina Robinson and the #Sprina Movement As Told By Twitter User @RealMac545