Does anyone watch the soap opera "Passions"?
Topic: Soap opera research
July 19, 2019 / By Gertie Question:
I am so addicted and soo sad that they're canceling it!!! I even got my boyfriend addicted, lol
I saw it on the tyra show, it was a soap opera episode and miguel and kay came out saying they're going to stop shooting the show in the summer, I dont know now why. It is such a good show.
Best Answers: Does anyone watch the soap opera "Passions"?
Delta | 7 days ago
I am addicted to it (as dumb as some episodes are..it's still good). I have been watching it ever since it debuted in '99. I am madly pissed that they're canceling it after the Summer. I too, saw Heidi (and Miguel...forget his real name) on Tyra saying that they were. Moments later, I got online and went to NBC.COM/PASSIONS to research this. It's being canceled for an extra hour of the Today Show. Stupid reason. LOL I have been such a big fan, so therefore I feel you and your boyfriend's pain!
Lots of Love,
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