“I so hope that I can return,” the suds icon shared Monday on The View. “I want with all my heart to return to All My Children. I just don’t know the answer yet — but what I do know is that all of us are working so hard to make that happen.”
Lucci — who can next be seen in Lifetime’s new Marc Cherry dramedy Devious Maids — went on to explain that her “heart is certainly with [AMC creator] Agnes Nixon” and that she’s confident the upcoming iTunes/Hulu revival is “going to be wonderful.”
In other AMC news, Daytime Emmy winner Eden Riegel has been tapped to bring Kane’s daughter Bianca back to Pine Valley in a guest-star capacity, and actor/The Price Is Right model Robert Scott Wilson has joined the online-only series as Pete Cortlandt, Opal’s youngest son.
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• ABC announced Sunday during the Academy Awards that Baltimore Ravens standout Jacoby Jones will take part in the upcoming season of Dancing With the Stars. The full cast will be unveiled Tuesday, Feb. 26 on Good Morning America, with the long-running competition series’ latest cycle bowing March 18.
• The Veep crew is gearing up for an all-new season (premiering Sunday, April 14 at 10/9c), and based on the following teaser trailer, it seems Selena Meyer is still getting shafted in the respect department.
• Sundance Channel has acquired the rights to air Breaking Bad from the very beginning. Starting March 4, the cabler will air back-to-back episodes every Monday at 11 pm and midnight.
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