From the March 13th Soap Opera Update:

TITANS' Cast: Where They Should Go Now...

Now that NBC has dropped the ax on Aaron Spelling's latest sudser TITANS, its talented and gorgeous stars are free to pursue other projects. Here are our suggestions:

Ingo Rademacher
It would be too easy for Rademacher to return to GENERAL HOSPITAL as Jax, especially since he just left late this past fall. We suggest that the heartthrob hold out for film roles, while trying to land a guest starring gig on a show like SEX AND THE CITY. Or maybe he can jump to competing soaps like THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS and DAYS OF OUR LIVES? How about Colin?
Casper Van Dien
What Van Dien lacked in talent, he sure made up in charisma and sex appeal. Van Dien should stay away from television right now and focus on making films of the STARSHIP TROOPERS variety.
Victoria Principal
Wasn't it great to have one of primetime's most-missed actresses back on the small screen? But as much as we loved her as Gwen, we have to be honest: Principal is too classy a woman to be on a campy show like TITANS. We hope a network is going to snatch this woman up (how about a role on WEST WING?) or create a star vehicle to properly showcase Principal's talents.
Yasmine Bleeth
Sure, Yasmine is a major star, but we think it's high time that she returned to her daytime roots and reprised her feisty role of Lee Ann Demerest on ONE LIFE TO LIVE. Can you imagine the fireworks between Kevin and Lee Ann this time around with Timothy Gibbs in the role? Maybe ABC can throw her a series development deal in exchange for her soap services.
Jack Wagner
Wagner should take some time off from primetime and return to the role that made him a breakout star: Frisco on GENERAL HOSPITAL. Frisco and Felicia fans are dying to see one of the most heartbreaking love stories on daytime once more.

Victoria may be too classy for TITans, but she's not too classy for infomercials.

And if the fans want heartbreaking love stories, they've got it now that life has imitated art and Kristina Wagner has left Jack.