"My new ABC.com digital series is called General Hospital Now," Grahn shared on Twitter, "It's [Saturday Night Live]ish mixed with soap. Coming soon in digital near you."
Grahn previously hinted that the show would be comedic, with hues of Funny Or Die and mixed with a bit of Hollywood Game Night. Several of Grahn's GH costars -- including William deVry (Julian Jerome) and Michelle Stafford (Nina Clay) -- have filmed pieces for General Hospital Now. Grey's Anatomy star Justin Chambers (Alex Karev) will also reportedly be featured. Grey's Anatomy films on the same lot as General Hospital.
Though soaps typically rely heavily on drama, Grahn's comedic chops were displayed several years ago during a Daytime Emmys segment that had Grahn wandering the streets of Hollywood, interacting with strangers.
Grahn joined General Hospital in 1996. Earlier this year, she announced she and the show "renewed our wedding vows," a reference to her new contract with GH. Grahn is a two-time Outstanding Supporting Actress Daytime Emmy winner -- in 2012 for her work on GH, and in 1989 for Santa Barbara.