Wednesday, February 11, 2015
This, of course, begs the question of whether or not B&B will write her injury into the storyline, or whether they will opt for a temporary recast until Godfrey is back on her feet.
Unlike movies, which can shut down production or reshuffle their schedule when an actor gets hurt, or primetime, which shoots many fewer episodes a year, daytime doesn't stop for any man - or woman.
Sometimes, there is no choice but to go with a recast, no matter how jarring that might prove to the audience, in order to keep the story going. Check out some of our favorite fill-ins at Entertainment Weekly, and how they worked out!
Which three P&G actresses kept trading roles amongst themselves? Which actress was accused of making her predecessor sick? Which actor got a regular gig on a show after stepping in for a fan fave - but as a different character? Who is daytime's all-time temporary recast MVP and more, all at: http://community.ew.com/2015/02/10/soap-operas-temporary-recast/
Posted by Alina Adams at 6:40 AM