'General Hospital' Moves to 2PM Eastern, 1PM Pacific/Central Beginning September 10

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June 26th, 2012

via press release:

 

CHECK-IN TO ABC’S “General Hospital” ONE HOUR EARLIER

BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 10, 2012

 

There’s never been a better time to “check-in” to ABC’s “General Hospital” and beginning MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 the popular daytime drama moves to its new time period of 2:00 p.m. ET /1:00 p.m. PT/CT, on the ABC Television Network. Fans can now catch all the intrigue and excitement of Port Charles one hour earlier.

 

General Hospital,” the most honored show of the 2012 Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, celebrates its golden anniversary on April 1, 2013. Approaching 50 historic years on ABC, “General Hospital” is the longest running American soap opera currently in production and the third longest-running drama in American television history.

 

General Hospital” was created by Frank and Doris Hursley. Frank Valentini is the executive producer. Ron Carlivati is the head writer.

 

Full episodes of “General Hospital” are available on ABC.com immediately following the network broadcast. Follow us at: www.facebook.com/GeneralHospital, Twitter  @generalhospital (#generahospital).

 
  • Patrick

    GH is the best it’s been in years! I couldn’t stand GH under Phelps and Guza. They got rid of all the vets and focused the show around a group of four characters. On any given day, i would rather see Ron and Frank running the show. We now see an entire cast of characters and stories that intertwine with another. They have managed to bring back a few vets in a few month time period. I love the addition of Todd, Starr and John to the stories. I can’t image how horrible a 50th anniversary show under Phelps and Guza. I am looking forward to see Ron and Frank up their sleeves for the next few months and hoping GH survives past their 50th.

  • Mike

    I agree Patrick. Better now than in years. I’m loving GH and will continue to do so for however long we have it. This is the best time I’ve had watching GH in so long. Everyday now I holler out loud, laugh out loud, say “OOOOH” or my mouth drops open at some point in GH. That’s a good soap opera!!! Go Frank V!! Go Ron C!! We love you more that those that don’t.

  • It is over

    If anyone thinks that GH is going to continue they are sadly mistaken. ABC cancels any show. They never let any show develop worth looking at. They are trying to get rid of there core and for what Katie Couric. Who is a liberal. I am not interested in her opinionated show. ABC going to say GH does not have significant # to stay on the air. They should have put Katie’s show at two and left GH alone. No one is interested in another talk show.

  • Jo Miller

    I am so happy General Hospital has not been cancelled. Isn’t it obvious by the popularity of Downton Abbey that people STILL LOVE THE SOAPS?! Keep soaps on. There are too many talk shows and they are redundant! Same guests making the circuits, same topics, blah, blah, blah. Same with cooking shows. We want to lose weight, not learn how to eat more! Enough!!!!!

  • mary clark

    Glad GH is staying on!!!!

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