Today on General Hospital, ex-Y&R star Billy Miller will make his debut in Port Charles as Sonny’s right hand man, Jason Morgan. Husband of Samantha Morgan, Father to Danny, son of Monica and Alan Quartermaine, and loved by many, Jason will finally be back in Port Charles after almost two years of being gone. Jason’s friends and family have believed that he has been dead for almost two years time. Long time friend, Robin Scorpio Drake is the only one (other than the creepy Cassadines and villains involved) who knows Jason is alive.
There is so much hype circulating in the media due to the anticipation of this character’s return. Social media sites are all abuzz regarding this extremely exciting time for GH and Jason Morgan fans. One social media route that fans use tremendously to discuss General Hospital is Twitter. From Executive Producer Frank Valentini, to actors and actresses such as Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones), Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis), Jason Thompson (Patrick Drake), Ian Buchanan (Duke Lavery), John J. York (Mac Scorpio) to name a few, to Head Writer, Ron Carlivati, fans and GH stars are going back and forth engaging is fun discussions relating to General Hospital. Many of the GH cast have special dates and times where fans can live tweet using the hashtag #askGH. This allows fans to ask questions to their favorite stars, and in turn those stars show their appreciation of fan’s support by taking time out to talk with them online.
Fans have been rallying for the new Jason Morgan to join twitter so that he can engage in conversation with his supporting fans. Billy Miller has made it clear that he will not be joining the social media site, Twitter.
To each their own, and social media is not for everyone. Do you support Billy and his decision to keep his distance from the social media craze?
Check out the photo below with a very blunt statement from Billy Miller.
As fans, what do you think and feel about Billy Miller’s stance on Twitter?
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