The Bold and the Beautiful fans are still reeling from the cast news and spoilers released from the CBS soap Twitter, confirming that Kim Matula is quitting B&B and her character Hope Logan will be exiting. Sources are reporting that Bold and the Beautiful has no intention of recasting the character of Hope Logan, which is insane seeing as how she is a major player on the soap. The Liam-Hope-Wyatt love triangle has been dragged out for months now, and just recently Hop married Wyatt and became pregnant with his child.
If Kim Matula is quitting Bold and the Beautiful and Hope Logan is not being recast, then that mean the character will have to exit the canvas. Considering she is married and pregnant, and has finally settled down with one of the Spencer brothers, it is hard to imagine how the character could make a logical exit. Unless, it has something to do with Wyatt’s crazy mother Quinn Fuller who is currently feuding with Hope.
Quinn is certifiably insane and proven herself to be dangerous, which is why Hope has banned her from being a part of her grandchild’s life. Bold and the Beautiful rumors have been floating around the internet teasing that Hope might have a miscarriage from all of the stress Quinn is causing her. If that theory comes to fruition, then the writers will probably just send Hope to Europe to “find herself” or get over her depression from losing a child and forget to bring her back home (like all of the previous B&B cast members that went to Europe). Or, another reasonable exit strategy for the character could be that she is so scared Quinn is going to hurt the baby, that she opts to run away from town and go off the grid to keep her unborn baby out of its crazy grandmother’s grasps.
What do you think B&B fans – how should Hope exit the soap? Since they aren’t recasting her do you think the writers might kill her off? Will Quinn have something to do with it? Let us know what you think in the comments below and don’t forget to check CDL tomorrow for more Bold and the Beautiful spoilers and news.