Hulu, the new exclusive home for online viewing of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” has released the first official trailer on its website highlighting cast and crew from both series as they worked behind the scenes for their photo shoot, which took place on Wednesday, February 27 in Sleepy Hollow, NY at the Sleepy Hollow Country Club. Additionally, Hulu has relaunched its “AMC” and “OLTL” web pages where you can be kept up to date on the latest happenings in Pine Valley and Llanview.

Links: “All My Children” on Hulu / “One Life to Live” on Hulu / TOLN on Hulu

Subsequently, TOLN has confirmed reports that “AMC” will advance its storyline by five years, while “OLTL” will advance storyline in real time. A press release from the company states, “‘All My Children’ will be set approximately five years later from the time setting of the last episode, unlike ‘One Live to Live’ which has advanced in real time.”

Both “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” will premiere on Monday, April 29 via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. Members of the iTunes store will be glad to know that the programs will be offerred for viewing via Apple’s line of products including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV and Mac or PC.

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  • janice

    awesome….can’t wait!

  • http://www.facebook.com/meg.reddekopp Meg Reddekopp

    I hope we can get hula in Canada

    • Moneek77

      Sorry we can’t. Our ITunes don’t carry it either .We are out of luck on this. Don’t know why they didnt go for the international audience also.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Troy-Lee-Turner/1645486197 Troy Lee Turner

        hang tight-word is that there is an international deal still pending

    • Moneek77

      Sorry we can’t. Our ITunes don’t carry it either. I don’t understand why they didn’t go international with this.

    • http://www.facebook.com/sally.slaunwhite Sally Slaunwhite

      there are programs you can download to see it in canada….check into it and ask your friends….

  • http://twitter.com/LisaCroner Lisa Marie

    I want it back on TV!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/simcoxdecker Darla Simcox Decker

    I can’t wait…so happy to have them back! Looking forward to seeing new cast also!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charles-David-Haskell/1427183336 Charles David Haskell

    I can’t wait for April 29,2013 when All My Children and One Life To Life finally debut. Good luck to the future.

  • http://www.facebook.com/teresa.dennett Teresa Dennett

    I am so Happy both shows are back! Hopefully some day they will go back on tv!! Good luck to all the actors & Thank you for returning!! Love ya!!

  • michele

    oh my..tears….

  • Magic Inside 2012

    Everything I’ve read indicates Prospect Park is still negotiating for international viewing rights. I can’t stop watching the trailer! It brought tears to my eyes that my AMC will soon be back! :)

  • A. Kid

    What about international viewers? please don’t forget us!

  • jen

    Did anyone ever say they missed what life was like before indoor plumbing? ABC has taken a dangerous step toward becoming obsolete. Guess that makes them the outhouse of the entertainment industry. When the hulu late comers realize how great it is to watch what you want when you want it…..cable TV will be the next to go.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ray.hoffman.372 Ray Hoffman

      will never happen. I have an aunt that is 95. An Uncle that is 94. They do not have pc’s, they know nothing about them and would never even attempt to watch tv by internet. Sad because they both were huge fans of amc and oltl. Many people elderely or that live in rural areas of country do not have service because they can’t afford it, don’t know internet nor even have cable or satelite. These people have roof top antenias or rabbitt ears for free tv channels.In most cases to have internet they would have to use a phone line landline service and you can not watch hulu this way. takes forever to even dial up a connection just for internet itself. Many soap fans come from these areas of the country, or are too old or too poor to pay for internet, much less hulu. Viewership will be far below the tv soaps. Even the actors with these shows had to take huge pay cuts. thats why the three actors that contracted to General Hospital will not leave GH and return to oltl for a long period. only for like four weeks of taping for olto, once those tapings end all three will return to GH as there oltl characters or as new characters if forced by prospect not to let abc, gh have the characters. The actors do not belong to prospect park, they only bought the characters, not the contract of actors.

      • http://www.facebook.com/ray.hoffman.372 Ray Hoffman

        as for me i was a oltl fan from day one as a kid. I can’t even afford hulu services. I am disable and my check is not large enough to pay for more than internet service. I hope prospect park the best, and that these soaps somehow make it back to tv.

      • Helena

        Well first off, if it is someone’s opinion that all people of that generation won’t be able to use a computer or access this: My 93 year old grandmother had to teach all of us how to use Skype to talk to her. She started using it a year or two ago, since she lived in a rural area and most of us were scattered around between Maine, northern VT, and southeastern Arizona so getting there wasn’t always easy. None of us had been able to get it to work on our computers, so she took the time with each person over the phone (and then initial skype sessions) to tell us how to do it. And she only got a computer that year she started with Skype. Most senior homes also have wifi and computer classes, as do libraries and local colleges – and much are free for seniors because a lot of it is for programs with connectivity (staying connected to keep from being depressed, lonely, etc.). Obviously everyone has a different learning curve.

        As for the rural/dial-up issues:

        The sad thing is, okay so there are still rural areas which only have dial-up and that generally is no longer cheaper than cable internet (when I still worked in the tech industry two years ago, people that were reluctant to switch from dial-up but realized few of the new computers came with a dial-up modem built in so they’d switch to those wi-fi cards from verizon, et al). Heck my aforementioned family members from Arizona live about 4 hours plus from any even small city let alone a big one and they have better cable internet than I had where I lived in Maine a few years back (who JUST switched from dial-up to DSL as I moved out of town. Then again they got rid of their phone switchboard thing and finally got 911 only about 9-10 years ago even though its only a couple hours from Portland. :-)). So it isn’t always the rural areas that can’t access it anyway.

        TV is already changing, as evidenced by Verizon announcing you will now be able to pay-per-channel (a la carte), the fact that Netflix and Hulu now have internationally recognized programming with more shows set to premiere, and YouTube starting to go to pay channels with a majority of user-driven content becoming the new wave of popular culture. There are even web-based studios producing quality programming with not just the D-list, but the C-, B- and A-list actors (and other talent types as well). Like it or not, but even our TVs with their SmartTV capabilities (Heck, even our FRIDGES with their built in LCDs and WiFi) are in need of the internet (do you know how many people don’t realize their DVD players or television sets need to have firmware and software upgrades performed on them as time goes by? And usually even right out of the box.). The demographic that the online networks are mainly going for, the key 18-35 year olds, they are turning more and more away from regular bloated cable packages and to a la carte connected programming. Same reason why Billboard can’t discount YouTube rankings for music anymore – these sites are becoming the driving force of commerce and the entertainment industry.

        TV viewing was already down because there were too many more channels yet much less quality programming. Too many alternatives, too much spread everywhere. Watching these things online will open it up to even more of an international audience once they get their international deals.

        I too was wondering about their pay cuts, but considering the sweet production schedule they seem to have it looks like time off (as well as their location between home and the shoot – David Canary lives the next town over from me so it is great to see him back on AMC!) is worth more than the money itself.

        OK I wrote way too much for someone who rarely posts on message boards. But I do just want to add.. I’m a 31 year old computer technician manager who gave it all up because I got so burned out by technology and how people misuse it that I switched careers entirely. I stopped using my LCD tvs because three burnt out and plopped my old tube TV back in my room, attached with a sad little coax cable as I attempt to watch the few shows I still watch. But I was named after an ABC soap character, and a (then) ABC soap actor bought my clothing as a child when we had a tag sale and sent me an autographed photo as a thank you which really stuck with me since then, plus I grew up watching all of this with my entire family…generations of family. So I’m going to get my little digital video converter box, hook up an s-video cable to it on one end and the rca wires on the other from my computer card, and you bet your sweet bippy I’m gonna watch AMC/OLTL on my tube TV. (But not with our 93 year old grandmother, because she is usually running around too much to sit down and watch any TV. :-))

  • http://twitter.com/pjcim1960 PJ Cimorelli

    I cant wait either. <3 just LOVE AMC, you ROCK!!

  • mandi mandi

    Omg yayyy

  • http://www.facebook.com/sydney.baker.334 Sydney Baker

    This is so exciting!! I can’t wait until April 29th!!

  • Marcie florance

    Where is the trailer for AMC? I cannot find it anywhere? Thanks

  • thatrightlinda

    #1, You’re a rude, snotty nosed little idiot. #2, she’s NOT correct. Ray is. The vast majority of soap viewers are 58 years old and OLDER. Look it up on your beloved online service if you don’t believe me. There are relatively few young viewers of soaps. In the last ratings report, GH had only 600,000 viewers aged 18-49 out of a total audience of 2.7 million. That’s not enough young viewers to sustain the production of these soaps, which is why the networks have canceled them left and right. And guess what? Soaps have to make money to survive. Prospect Park and their investors won’t keep shelling out money to produce these shows so you can watch them for FREE. Somewhere along the line they have to turn a profit. That’s the nature of business. Get off your xBox and take an economics class. They’ll HAVE to go to a PAY service eventually or get them back on that archaic television where advertising pays for the production of series. TV ain’t going anywhere. The real future is this: after the first cycle of episodes, PP and their investors will realize that too many of their viewers are tech unsavvy, can’t afford high speed internet, or just won’t bother to go online and try to watch a soap every day. Then there’s those coveted young viewers with the attention span of a potted plant who’ll get bored when a gun isn’t going off or a car crashing every 5 minutes, They’ll click on a youtube link to dogs mating or some other stupid 30 second video that’ll hold their immature interest. PP will stop production of AMC and OLTL in midstory and blame somebody else for the failure.

  • thatrightlinda

    #1, You’re a rude, snotty nosed little idiot. #2, she’s NOT correct. Ray is. The vast majority of soap viewers are 58 years old and OLDER. Look it up on your beloved online service if you don’t believe me. There are relatively few young viewers of soaps. In the last ratings report, GH had only 600,000 viewers aged 18-49 out of a total audience of 2.7 million. That’s not enough young viewers to sustain the production of these soaps, which is why the networks have canceled them left and right. And guess what? Soaps have to make money to survive. Prospect Park and their investors won’t keep shelling out money to produce these shows so you can watch them for FREE. Somewhere along the line they have to turn a profit. That’s the nature of business. Get off your xBox and take an economics class. They’ll HAVE to go to a PAY service eventually or get them back on that “dinosaur” television where advertising pays for the production of series. Sorry, but TV ain’t going anywhere. The real future is this: after the first cycle of episodes, PP and their investors will realize that too many people are tech unsavvy, can’t afford high speed internet, or just won’t bother to go online and try to watch a soap every day. Then there’s those coveted young viewers with the attention span of a potted plant who’ll get bored when a gun isn’t going off or a car crashing every 5 minutes, They’ll click on a youtube link to dogs mating or some other stupid 30 second video that’ll hold their immature interest. PP will stop production of AMC and OLTL in midstory and blame somebody else for the failure.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ethan.ralph Ethan Ralph

    #1, There is no she. I’m a him. #2, You’re an old decrepit imbecile who knows nothing about online entertainment or the way it works. Hulu is paying them right now, at this very moment. That’s one reason they don’t need subscribers. Hulu wants content, just like Netflix is doing with House of Cards and Arrested Development. And if this show gets 500,000 viewers per episode, then that’s a massive win. Take 250,000 of the young people you deride, then add in 250,000 of the old people who aren’t idiots like you, who actually know how to use the Internet, and there you have your 500,000. We’re doing this. No one cares what you think, Linda. Although, if I was as old and stupid as you, I would probably be pretty bitter about life as well. So I forgive you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sugarcookie33890 Debbie Hearon

    You are the idiot. Most people in there 50′s know how to use a computer. I will be right there watching it every day. A lot of other viewers in their 40′s,50′s and 60′s will be right there along with me. Also, the free version has tons of commercials during viewing so guess what they will still get there commercials in that people have to watch to view on the site. Look at Facebook.It has tons of ads on the side and on pages everywhere. There is a way to pay for this type of programming. They would have never started it if they did not think it had major potential. Also, they are working on bringing it into other countries. Bold and the Beautiful is viewed by more overseas audiences then any where. You do not know a true fan at all. We will go anywhere to have our favorites back. I will be there from day one. So, do not speak for everyone here. Sorry but you are wrong. The fans have been trying everything to get these soaps back and they will be there watching again and again.