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Sneak Peek: First Footage from Upcoming Janet Iacobuzio & Nelson Aspen Series Released

From left to right: Anne Howard, Nelson Aspen, Stephen Schnetzer, Colleen Zenk, Ryan Brown and Anna Holbrook.
The very first footage from the upcoming Janet Iacobuzio and Nelson Aspen series has been released. While the sneak peek doesn't give much away, it does give us a glance at some of the beloved soap opera stars in the cast, including Colleen Zenk, Anna Holbrook, Ryan Brown, David Forsyth, Marcia McCabe, Stephen Schnetzer, Anne Howard and Denise Pence, along with the two newest additions to be announced: Anna Stuart and Alice Barrett Mitchell.

"I never got to work with these talented ladies during my stint at Another World, so we're making up for lost time," Nelson says of Anna and Alice. "I actually first fell for Anna when she was a temporary recast as Vanessa Chamberlain on Guiding Light, so that's how long I've been a fan!"

Janet agrees, "It's a dream come true to work with Anna and Alice again [after Another World]. What pros!" Alice just filmed an episode of Donny Deutsch's upcoming comedy series, Donny. Anna is practically a newlywed after marrying award winning actor James Cromwell in 2014.

Adds Janet, "It's a dream come true to work with Anna and Alice again [after Another World]. What pros!" Alice just filmed an episode of Donny Deutsch's upcoming comedy series, Donny. Anna is practically a newlywed after marrying award winning actor James Cromwell in 2014.

The sneak peek video also offers a glimpse of Marc McClure (Superman I, Superman II, Supergirl, Apollo 13, Back to the Future), Amy Freeze (ABC Eyewitness News) and Yvonne Goutman, the daughter of Marcia McCabe and Christopher Goutman.

Check it out below:



Stay tuned to Serial Scoop for all the latest updates on this exciting new series.

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