Things have been a little chaotic behind the scenes at "General Hospital." From losing two leading males and the show writing out the character of Sabrina Santiago (Teresa Castillo), fans' heads are spinning. It was announced that Tyler Christopher and Bryan Craig would be leaving "General Hospital" for good. While there was some hope that Christopher would be returning after contract talks, the news of Craig's departure came out of left field. 

Which role is the show casting?

According to Soap Opera Digest, "General Hospital" has put out a casting call for a role that sounds just like Morgan Corinthos. It will begin taping at the end of October, which means Bryan Craig will likely be on the small screen until the first or second week of November.

Initially, it was thought that the writers may have been thinking of killing off Morgan but with the new casting call, it looks like he will remain in Port Charles

Currently, Morgan Corinthos is dealing with a Bipolar episode brought on by not taking his meds properly. It is no fault of his own, though. Ava (Maura West) is dead set on making sure he doesn't end up with her daughter. Kiki (Hayley Erin) and Morgan have been on and off throughout the show and currently are back together. Ava believes that if Morgan suffers another mental break, she will be able to convince Kiki to leave him. Desperate to save her daughter, Ava switched Morgan's pills for something else. It is unclear what he is taking now, but his downward spiral has started. 

Will the writers listen to fans?

Fans are discouraged by the loss of several characters they have grown to love. Nikolas Cassadine has been a staple on the scene for several years with Tyler Christopher winning a Daytime Emmy for the role.

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While he was off in contract talks, the role was temporarily recast. There is a lot of public outcry to bring back that actor in his place. 

As for the role of Morgan Corinthos, nothing has been confirmed about the casting call being for this particular role. It is only an assumption, though a rather obvious one. Whoever steps into the role on "General Hospital" will take some getting used to but if the casting directors work it out, it could be a very good change.