Bryan Craig attended the General Hospital Fantasy Event last weekend in West Palm Beach. His remarks spurred his fans into action to get him back on the ABC sudser. Even the actor himself weighed in on Twitter.
Where’s There’s a Will, There’s a Way
Soap Cities’ very own Shawn Brady went to the GH Fantasy Event in Southern Florida. He brought you news of all the exciting things the actors in attendance said and did.
One of those actors was Bryan Craig. The actor, who won a Daytime Emmy last year for his portrayal of the tortured Morgan Corinthos, is no longer on the show, as viewers know.
But daytime viewers also know a goodbye is never final in daytime. Of course, for an actor to reprise a role he was beloved by many in, the first ingredient required is for that actor to want to come back.
And Craig wants just that. He told a very receptive audience in West Palm Beach that he “would love to come back to” GH. He noted that schedules, story, and “a reason” to bring him back would all have to come together for this to happen.
In Daytime, the Fans Rule
Soap fans know that if they want something bad enough and make it known that they do, it can very well happen.
In response to a Tweet by Soap Cities on our exclusive report on Craig’s being very open to a GH return, the social media site erupted in messages with the hashtag #BringMorganBack. See some of them below!
If you want Craig back in Port Charles, as so many of us do, make sure to Tweet about it using the above hashtag. Tag as many of the following people as you can: @bryan_craig, @valentinifrank, @nathanvarni, @michellealtman1, and @PFossil.
— T E A M M O R G A N (@BRITTMOR_) February 20, 2017
— T E A M M O R G A N (@BRITTMOR_) February 21, 2017
— Halley ⭐ (@Halleywood) February 20, 2017
— Bryan Craig (@bryan_craig) February 21, 2017
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