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Sean Kanan's Studio City Brings Together Daytime Heavy Hitters!

Veteran soap actor Sean Kanan is launching a new web series this week called "Studio City."

The show, which is described as 'a love letter to soaps' brings together many of daytime's brightest, including Tristan Rogers, Sarah Brown, Patrika Darbo, and Carolyn Hennessy.

The entire first season of "Studio City" will begin streaming on Amazon Prime December 20th.
On a side note, I will be chatting with Sean tomorrow on my show Paula's Soapbox LIVE at 6|5c 3pm PST.  
The interview will stream directly on YouTube and will be available to watch in its entirety following the LIVE broadcast. 
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Donations for The Six are still being accepted, which will help bring the film to the big screen.

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I hung up my axe and stethescope. But I offer this song to first responders everywhere. You do an amazing job, you sacrifice way more than the average person realizes. I will ever be proud and grateful to have been counted among you.

I chatted with Englund just days before the official video release and you can watch that interview here:

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