Fans who have been missing Robert Palmer Watkins in the role of General Hospital's Dillon Quartermaine will be happy to hear he has landed a new role that may bring him back to television screens across the country.
The actor took to Twitter to announce that he has been cast as a series regular in a new pilot called Green Valley, and he couldn't be more thrilled for the opportunity.
"New Pilot! Stoked to start filming this!!!! Amazing team," he tweeted along with a sneak preview of some of the other stars who have signed on, including Randy Wayne and Donna D'Errico.
Additional details about Green Valley remain scarce at this time, other than that the pilot is being directed by Ryan Francis, and Jared Safier and Francis are serving as executive producers.
Watkins joined GH in 2015 but was let go from his contract role with the series in a rather strange and confusing way in 2017. He recently starred as Cupid in the CW's Cupid's Match and has filmed other projects like 5 Weddings and Last Three Days.
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