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One Life to Live's Florencia Lozano, Tuc Watkins and Two Others Join Online Venture

ONE LIFE TO LIVE - Florencia Lozano plays Tea on ONE LIFE TO LIVE airing on the ABC Television Network.
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Series vets Florencia Lozano (Tea) and Tuc Watkins (David) are among the latest cast members to sign on for One Life to Live‘s online incarnation, premiering on TheOnlineNetwork.com after the ABC sudser’s January broadcast finale.

Also on board are …READ MORE


TVLine Items: SOAPnet Serves Up Brothers & Sisters Feast, FX Ratings Surge and More!

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SOAPnet is giving Brothers & Sisters fans something to be grateful for this Thanksgiving: an eight episode marathon! READ MORE


More One Life to Live Stars Join Online Venture

ONE LIFE TO LIVE - Melissa Archer (Natalie) appears on ABC Daytime's "ONE LIFE TO LIVE"  airing Monday to Friday (2:00 - 3:00 p.m.,ET) on the ABC Television Network.
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MELISSA ARCHER

Slowly but surely, One Life to Live fans are starting to get a feel for what Llanview will look like when the long-running soap moves online early in the new year. READ MORE


Online Hub for All My Children and One Life to Live Gets Name, Launch Date

ALL MY CHILDREN -  Cameron Mathison (Ryan) and Rebecca Budig (Greenlee) in a scene that airs the week of September 19, 2011 on ABC Daytime's "All My Children."  "All My Children" airs Monday-Friday (1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
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CAMERON MATHISON, REBECCA BUDIG

The Prospect Park media company on Tuesday announced a name and tentative launch date for the online network that will host new episodes of ABC’s axed All My Children and One Life to Live. READ MORE


The Soaps Online Bottom Line: Slezak Sticks With OLTL, While Lucci Nixes AMC Offer

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We’ve got some good and not-so-good news, soap fans: Victoria Lord will continue to reign supreme in Llanview, but Pine Valley quite possibly will say so long to Erica Kane. READ MORE


TVLine Items: Grey's Baby Talk, Vampire Diaries Vet Visits ABC Fairy Tale, OLTL News and More

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Since Grey’s Anatomy starlet Sarah Drew is pregnant in real life, can we look forward to seeing Seattle Grace’s Dr. April Kepner — a virgin! — baby bumpin’ in Season 8? …READ MORE


Finding Primetime Jobs for Daytime Stars: The Women of One Life to Live

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As “soaps savior” Prospect Park gets to wheeling and dealing with the cast members and assorted unions attached to All My Children and One Life to Live, it’s looking increasingly unlikely that the eventual online iterations of either ABC serial will be able to retain their full ensembles. Thus, TVLine is moving forward with presenting our dream primetime roles for a few fan favorites. REVIEW OUR PROPOSALS


Soaps Dish: John O'Hurley to AMC, Couric Claims OLTL's Digs, GH-Moving-Online Buzz

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 31:  Actor John O'Hurley arrives at the grand opening of the LAX Nightclub at the Luxor Resort & Casino on August 31, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The soaps world is bubbling over with news right now, so let’s take a quick look at the recent headlines. READ MORE


Cliffhanger! ABC Soaps' Salvation Hits a Snag

ALL MY CHILDREN - Josh Duhamel will make an appearance on "All My Children" to once again play Pine Valley's favorite con artist, Leo du Pres, who allegedly died in 2003. Leo was paired with Rebecca Budig's Greenlee in 2000 and the two characters quickly became a soap super couple. Duhamel's August return promises storyline twists and turns that "All My Children" fans have grown to know and love.  Duhamel's scenes will air August 4, 2011 on ABC Daytime's "All My Children."  "All My Children" airs Monday-Friday (1:00 p.m. - 
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JOSH DUHAMEL, REBECCA BUDIG

Previously, on “As ABC Daytime Turns”: Dr. Brian Frons declared that All My Children and One Life to Live, each presenting with declining vitals, only had months to live. What’s more, he not-so-secretly planned to replace the two with imposters known as The Chew and The Revolution. But unknown to anyone, somewhere in a hi-tech compound, an organization known as Prospect Park was hatching a daring plan to help AMC and OLTL cheat death, by way of something called “online streaming.” Can the two faves actually survive their proverbial tumble down Miller’s Falls? Our story continues…. READ MORE


TVLine Items: Osbourne Stops Talking, Snooki Flirts with DWTS, OLTL Vets Return, and More

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The Talk will have to prattle on without Sharon Osbourne, who has been granted permission to go on sabbatical from the CBS daytime show in order to …READ MORE