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It's Official: All My Children, One Life to Live Start Production in February, for Online Relaunch

The All My Childen broadcast finale airs Friday, Sept. 23

You’re not dreaming, brainwashed by Mitch Lawrence or doped up on Libidozone: All My Children and One Life to Live shall return.

Breaking its silence after weeks of rumors and leaks, Prospect Park on Monday formally announced …READ MORE


TVLine Items: Prospect Park Taps New One Life to Live EP, X Factor-Booting-Britney Buzz and More

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With the addition of a key behind-the-scenes player, One Life to Live is one step closer to coming back from the dead.

Former OLTL coordinating producer Jennifer Pepperman will serve as executive producer for the former ABC soap’s proposed Prospect Park-led, Web-based redux …READ MORE


Will All My Children and One Life to Live Return from the Dead? Burning Questions Answered

GENERAL HOSPITAL - ABC's "General Hospital" stars Roger Howarth as Todd Manning. (ABC/CRAIG SJODIN)

On Jan. 13, it will be a year since One Life to Live signed off of ABC. And All My Children has been gone even longer. But in either case, did anyone see a body? Hmmm….

As first reported by our sister site Deadline, Prospect Park, the entertainment production company that sought to keep both of the aforementioned soaps alive online but ultimately had to put a pin in that plan, is again looking …READ MORE


Susan Lucci on All My Children's Scrubbed Online Launch: It's 'Simply Untrue' That I Caused It

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Susan Lucci wants fans to know that it’s “simply untrue” that she is one of the reasons why All My Children is not moving forward via Prospect Park’s TheOnlineNetwork.com.

“This is simply untrue and not the case,” the daytime legend said Wednesday in a passionate statement posted to her Facebook page. READ MORE


Report: All My Children's Online Relaunch Halted

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Prospect Park, the upstart media group which last July announced its plan to rescue both All My Children and One Life to Live from the brink of cancellation, is reportedly rethinking its stance on one of its two ABC Daytime saves. READ MORE


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: All My Children Online Update, Psych's Ratings Boost and More!

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Let’s hope this really is a done deal: All My Children‘s Lindsay Hartley has revealed via Twitter that Darnell Williams (aka Jesse Hubbard!) is set to join her when (or if?) the soap relaunches on The Online Network next year.  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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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


Rebecca Budig Bids 'Farewell' to All My Children: 'I Will Forever Be Grateful'

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With her involvement in All My Children‘s online venture still up in the air, Rebecca Budig — who has played Pine Valley’s reformed badgirl, Greenlee Smythe du Pres Lavery, for the better part of a decade — is approaching Friday’s broadcast finale with mixed emotions.

“Some of my last scenes were…really emotional,” she tells TVLine candidly. “But then …READ MORE