Find out what the GH spoilers for April 10 – April 14, 2023, have in store for your Port Charles favorites.
These General Hospital spoilers tease a hostage situation unfolding, heroes mobilizing, and so much more. This will be a week you won’t want to miss!
General Hospital Spoilers Highlights
Spencer (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) answers his uncle’s summons to The Haunted Star and is flabbergasted by the ship’s sudden launch.
He’s further thrown when Victor (Charles Shaughnessy) imprisons him in a stateroom and he comes to learn that he’s not the only hostage aboard the vessel. What’s more, there’s a secret stowaway on board, one that Spencer would lay down his life for. No prizes for guessing her identity.
GH Spoilers: A Big Shock
Slowly but surely, Jordan (Tanisha Harper) is apprised of the massive caper undertaken by a plethora of Port Charlesites in an effort to bring Victor to justice, and despite her hurt feelings over being kept out of the loop, she readies to launch a search for Victor and his captives — and learns some most devastating news.
General Hospital Spoilers: Odds and Ends
In other General Hospital spoilers news, Diane (Carolyn Hennesy) takes on a new client, Gladys (Bonnie Burroughs) fishes for information, Curtis (Donnell Turner) offers Portia (Brook Kerr) support, Willow (Katelyn MacMullen) makes an urgent request. Michael (Chad Duell) [FINALLY] hears Sonny (Maurice Benard) out, and Brook Lynn (Amanda Sutton) makes a big decision.
Meanwhile, with the dramatic goings-on unfolding fast and furious around them, Laura (Genie Francis) and Felicia (Kristina Wagner) come together to scheme a scheme.
Finally, General Hospital spoilers have Finn (Michael Easton) putting Gregory (Gregory Harrison) on the spot — presumably regarding his estrangement from Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn), given that his health issue is still firmly under wraps.
In case you missed it, mornings on Soap Hub are for commentary or wild speculation about General Hospital’s current stories — where they’re going, how they’re doing, and sometimes just what we’re hoping we will see in the near future in Port Charles. We’re particularly fond of this one, so please click here to read it.