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'Tainted Dreams' Coming to Amazon on December 26 (Video)

Sonia Blangiardo's much-anticipated web series Tainted Dreams will finally be available to stream beginning December 26, and for free on Amazon Video (ad-free for Prime members; with short promotional breaks for non-subscribers).

Tainted Dreams follows the lives of the cast and crew of fictional soap opera Painted Dreams. Creator and Executive Producer, Blangiardo calls it "a soap within a soap...it's like Grey's Anatomy set in a soap production studio instead of a hospital."

Blangiardo has served as a producer/director on five soaps, including All My Children, One Life to Live, As the World Turns, General Hospital, and currently Days of Our Lives.

The show features an all-star cast which includes Alicia Minshew (All My Children), Terri Ivens (All My Children), Grant Aleksander (Guiding Light), Kelley Menighan Hensley (As the World Turns), Walt Willey (All My Children), Bobbie Eakes (All My Children), Natalia Livingston (General Hospital), Marnie Schulenburg (As the World Turns), Michael Lowry (All My Children), Austin Peck (Days of our Lives), Colleen Zenk (As the World Turns), the late great Larkin Malloy (The Edge of Night), Nathan Purdee (The Young and the Restless), Tonja Walker (One Life to Live), James DePaiva (One Life to Live), Ilene Kristen (Ryan's Hope), Dina Manzo (Real Housewives of New Jersey), Anthony Wilkinson ("My Big Gay Italian Wedding" and the new "My Big Gay Italian Funeral), Lisa Marie Varon (Impact Wrestling) and “Mr. PEC-Tacular” Jessie Godderz (Impact Wrestling, Big Brother).

You can watch a sneak peek of the series below.


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