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'General Hospital' April 2014 spoilers: Maxie returns and someone is shot

Kirsten Storms is headed back to the role of Maxie on "General Hospital"
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April is going to be a big month for “General Hospital.” There are several events that are coming to the forefront, including Dante and Lulu finally getting their baby back. According to an exclusive sneak peek posted by the Official “General Hospital” Facebook page on March 31, Sonny confronts Carly about whether or not she will tell Michael he is the one who shot A.J. Quartermaine. Maxie (Kirsten Storms) is back from her hiatus and there is no telling what kind of trouble she is going to get in to.

“General Hospital” is celebrating 51 years on the air in a big way. There is so much set to happen this month, and fans are excited to see where things will go. With Maxie being back, there has been talk about pairing her with Levi. Levi is set to be on fans' screens in just a few days. While there isn't much known about how this will go down, it is sure to be something great. Dr. Obrecht will be caught hiding out at Elizabeth's house and a gun gets fired. From what the sneak peek showed fans are guessing that Elizabeth may have been on the receiving end of the bullet. If it isn't her, it may be Lulu or Britt. Fans will be glad when the Ben story line is over, especially since it has been a year-long ride. Also, the conclusion to the Sonny/A.J. Quartermaine story line should come. Carly knows Sonny is guilty, but will she tell her son and break his heart?

“General Hospital” fans won't want to miss a minute of what April has in store. There are several new story lines beginning and a few finally coming to an end. April 1 will kick off the month strong with a special anniversary show that fans will love. Tune in at 1 p.m. CT weekdays on ABC to find out what is going on in Port Charles.

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