Apple, Inc.
Apple, Inc.

It remains unclear whether it was done in anticipation of the recent schedule change and the subsequent carriage loss by FX Canada, but we can report that both “” and “” are now available for download on the Canadian store. According to both the “AMC” and “OLTL” pages, the shows were first listed on on Monday, May 13. Episodes are currently priced at $9.99 for multi-pass access or $1.99 per episode.

If you are a Canadian viewer and upset at the loss of both soaps, you can purchase episodes of either series by clicking on the links below:

“All My Children” on iTunes Canada / “One Life to Live” on iTunes Canada

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  • http://www.facebook.com/robertstimmylee1976 Timmy Lee Roberts

    I think Prospect Park reduced All My Children and One Life To Live to settle that lawsuit and merge The Online Network with what is left of SoapNet. ABC is probably trying to fix their mistake and with The Young And The Restless going to TV Guide what better way to fix waffling SoapNet. Old FX Canada just lost two crown jewels. Sniff, sniff.

  • postcarder

    I’m not paying to watch OLTL. It’s good but it’s not worth paying for. I would consider paying to watch it if they brought back Marty and Patrick.
    I’m very annoyed with FX Canada and Prospect Park for getting us hooked again and then taking it away out of the blue. Oh well. #missedopportunities

  • pissed off fan

    Are you kidding me…. They now want us the fans to pay for watching out soaps. Forget it. Very disappointed in all involved…..screw you all….