General Hospital Casting Spoilers: Kimberly McCullough Returns as Robin Plus Serena, Kailey Cassadine, and Christina Not Coming to GH

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It looks like Kimberly McCullough is set to make a comeback as Robin on "General Hospital." The actress tweeted a photo of a bunch of script pages and it is likely that the pages belong to "General Hospital."

"A day in the life of a soap actor. Say 'soap-y' I dare you. #notthewholescript #onlymyscenes," tweeted Kimberly.

Meanwhile, she did not mention that the script was for "General Hospital."

However, Frank Valentini, executive producer talked to Soaps in Depth and confirmed that Robin is set to return to Port Charles.

On June 20, 2014, "General Hospital" got a new bad man in form of Mickey Diamond. Actor Nick Chinlund debuted on the show as Mickey.

In the past, he played Victor on "666 Park Avenue" and gave his voice to many characters on the animated show "Young Justice."

Elsewhere, rumours surfaced that Serena, Kailey Cassadine, and Christina are going to appear on "General Hospital." However, the July 7 edition of "Soaps in Depth" confirmed that these characters are not coming to "General Hospital."

According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, fans were expecting to see new characters to pop up in Port Charles but Serena, Kailey Cassadine and Christina are not coming.

"Not only is Serena not headed to Port Charles, neither are Christina, Lucy and Kevin's adopted daughter, or Kailey Cassadine the off-spring of Stefan and Katherine. Per EP Frank Valentini there is no truth to rumors that those roles have been cast, ABC insists," stated Soaps in Depth.

Also, is Donna Mills back on "General Hospital?"

Sandie Newton posted a photo featuring herself, Donna Mills and Ilene Kristen.

"Fun soap dishin' w/2 of the best @ilenekristen @TheDonnaMills @GeneralHospital #soap #GeneralHospital #newbies #bffs," tweeted Sandie along with the picture.

Is it possible that fans get to see her on "General Hospital?"

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