AMC and OLTL Stars Reveal What's New -- and Improved -- About the Resurrected Dramas

In the 40 years since he made his daytime-TV debut, Vincent Irizzary had seen nothing like it — a non-Emmys red carpet event to kick off an evening celebrating soap operas, namely two that had been plucked from the ashes and given life anew.

Irizzary plays David Hayward, a highly duplicitous doctor on All My Children, which like fellow former ABC serial One Life to Live was reborn this week on Hulu and iTunes, via Prospect Park’s The Online Network. The actor calls the dramas’ return, in a new medium, none too small a miracle. READ MORE

New Videos Recap 'Best Of' All My Children and One Life to Live -- What Are Your Fave Moments?

As we draw closer to the April 29 relaunch of both All My Children and One Life to Livevia Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes — producer Prospect Park’s The Online Network has released “catch-up” videos that hit you with some highlights from life in Pine Valley and Llanview (at least as is relevant to the casts/characters they have in place). READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS

Hot All My Children Video: Check Out Pine Valley's New Look -- and Opal's New Home!

Just as All My Children had to be resurrected from its daytime TV grave, so too did the fictional town of Pine Valley — which was long ago sent to deconstructed-set heaven. But as you’ll see in the following behind-the-scenes sneak peek, the famed fictional town has since been rebuilt from the ground up — and received a bit of a facelift along the way. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO