Is Jason being replaced on General Hospital?

Is Jason being replaced on General Hospital?

Six months after General Hospital killed off Jason (again), it would appear — but only appear — that ABC’s one and only daytime drama has recast the pivotal role with Josh Kelly.

What happened to Franko?

On 20 November 1975, Spanish General Francisco Franco died in bed, signaling the unceremonious end of one of Europe’s longest dictatorships (1939-1975). On 24 October 2019, his remains were exhumed from the state-sponsored monument, Valley of the Fallen.

Why was Franco written off General Hospital?

Jason supposedly kills Franco in January 2012, after Franco allegedly rapes Jason’s wife Sam (Kelly Monaco). The character is mentioned often after his alleged death, and for a time it was believed that he was Jason’s twin brother.

Who is Roger Howarth coming back as on GH?

General Hospital star Roger Howarth is working on his third role in Port Charles. He started off on the medical drama playing his One Life to Live persona Todd Manning. Then, he became eccentric artist Franco Baldwin, who sadly was killed off last year.

Is Jason leaving General Hospital in 2021?

After Steve Burton caused his own ouster at “General Hospital” for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19, Variety has learned that there are no plans at this time to recast his character, Jason Morgan.

Is Franco leaving GH 2021?

However, in 2013, Roger Howarth took over the role and Franco became a series regular… at least until he met a tragic end in 2021.

Is Roger Howarth leaving GH in 2021?

Roger Howarth “You’re killin’ us!” we cried while watching the March 9, 2021, episode of General Hospital. But, in fact, it was Franco that the soap was killing. Thankfully, his portrayer soon revealed to Soap Opera Digest that his exit would only be temporary.

Is Heather Webber coming back to General Hospital?

Another blast from the past. ABC has confirmed what Soap Opera Digest first reported that Robin Mattson is returning to “General Hospital” as Heather Webber.