All My Children and One Life to Live Creator Agnes Nixon Weighs In on Online Revivals
Whether or not the proposed All My Children/One Life to Live reboot actually happens, it now has one very important player giving it the thumbs-up: Agnes Nixon, creator of both daytime dramas.
In a statement released Friday night …READ MORE
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Glee fans vying for Elton John to play one of Rachel Berry’s theatrically-inclined pops, avert your eyes now: It’s not gonna happen. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Gossip Girl Visits New Girl, The View Honors AMC, Idol Works Blue, and More
Katie Cassidy is ditching Gossip Girl for a New Girl.
The actress will guest-star on an episode of Fox’s new, Zooey Deschanel-starring comedy this fall as a wedding guest who catches the eye of … READ MORE
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Agnes Nixon Saddened 'Greatly' By AMC and OLTL Cancellations, Hopes to 'Keep Them Alive'
Agnes Nixon, the legendary daytime scribe whose pen gave life to both One Life to Live (in 1968) and All My Children (1970), isn’t ready to write the serials’ epitaphs just yet.
“ABC’s decision to cancel All My Children and One Life to Live saddens me greatly,” Nixon, a winner of five Emmy Awards and as many Writers Guild Awards, shares in a statement cited by EW.com. The 83-year-old storyteller then — in classic cliffhanger form — closed her missive by saying … READ MORE