If you're a fan of classic soap opera, then you'll most definitely want to tune in to the new season of The Bay. The online soap has just announced a slew of new cast members, which will delight daytime lovers across the board.
First on the list is The Young and the Restless alum Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla Winters), who will be playing Iris Hopkins, the no-nonsense judge presiding over Sara Garrett's (Mary Beth Evans) murder trial.
"I'm thrilled to be joining the cast and heading back to the soap-a-licious world of soap opera by way of Emmy-winning digital drama series The Bay," Rowell says in a statement.
Adds creator Gregori J. Martin, "Victoria is a classic and a wonderful addition to the cast I can't wait to see her bring her magic to the screen."
Other beloved soap opera alums to sign on include Amelia Marshall (ex-Gilly Grant, Guiding Light; ex-Belinda Keefer, All My Children; ex-Liz Sanbourne, Passions), who will play Yolanda, a woman from Sara and Pete's past; and Ilene Kristen (ex-Roxy Balsam, One Life to Live), who will return as Sara's aunt.
Meanwhile, Brian Gaskill (ex-Dylan Lewis, GL; ex-B.J. Green, As the World Turns; ex-Bobby Warner, AMC) is out as Bay City's terrifying rapist, Chase.
Season two of The Bay is set to be released on Amazon Prime at the end of November.
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