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  • ‘All My Children’ Beefing Up Its Teen Scene

    With "All My Children" set to begin production on all-new episodes in Stamford, CT next month, Soap Opera Network has learned that the series is looking to add three characters to its canvas. The series is seeking to cast the roles of "Ben," "Charlotte" and "Luke." While the names may sound foreign to long-time fans of "AMC," they may actually be code for characters already seen on the canvas.
  • ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Casting Sessions Underway

    As recently noted, Prospect Park's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" are currently in the casting phase of their reboots as we get closer to their expected first film date, which Soap Opera Network has learned will be in Mid February for both series in Stamford, CT.
  • DAYS Stars Chat Live with Fans During NBC’s Olympics Coverage

    Fans of NBC's "Days of our Lives" may begin missing their favorites from Salem for the next two weeks due to the networks extensive coverage of the Olympic Games, but the network plans to keep them tuned in using the internet.
  • GH DVR Alerts: Week of July 23, 2012

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” DVR Alerts for the Week of July 23, 2012. GENERAL HOSPITAL: DVR ALERTS Monday: A fire puts lives in jeopardy. Lulu comforts Patrick. Will Johnny incriminate himself? Tuesday: Someone is shot. Anna gets life-changing news. Dire circumstances brings Lulu and Dante closer. Wednesday: Is Heather playing mind games? Is John’s secret safe with… Read More »
  • KoldCast TV to Debut Online Soap Opera ‘Milgram and the Fastwalkers’

    Innovative noir soap opera Milgram and the Fastwalkers premieres today on KoldCast TV, the leading international discovery network for original television series.
  • ‘One Life to Live’ Ends Television Run as Daytime’s Second Most Watched in Women 18-49

    Just before we post the dailies, which will provide a clearer picture of "One Life to Live's" final week on television, ABC has revealed that the 43-year old soap ended its run as daytime's 5th most watched program in total viewers (3,120,000), while ranking a strong second in Women 18-49 viewers (784,000) for the week of January 9-13, 2012. Only 94,000 Women 18-49 viewers separated "One Life to Live" from tying "The Young and the Restless" in that category. In Women 18-49 rating "OLTL" had a 1.2 compared to "Y&R's" 1.4. The canceled ABC soap beat its former network and studio sibling "The View" in all key ratings categories except total viewers.
  • Happy New Year from SON!

    From the staff and management of Soap Opera Network, we hope that everyone has a safe and New Year's Day. May you be blessed in 2012. Have a wonderful New Year!
  • Merry Christmas from SON!

    From the staff and management of Soap Opera Network, we hope that everyone has a safe and Merry Christmas. May you spend the holiday with friends and loved ones and may you remember the true reason for the season! Merry Christmas!
  • Happy Thanksgiving from SON!

    From the staff and management of Soap Opera Network, we hope that everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday. May you spend the day with family and friends, count your blessings, remember what you are thankful for, and try not to eat too much turkey. Happy Thanksgiving!
  • AFTRA and the WGA Respond to Prospect Park’s Decision to Suspend Plans for ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’

    After rumblings for the last two weeks and a shocking report by Deadline Hollywood earlier today, Prospect Park officially pulled the plug on plans for producing online versions of ABC's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Of the key issues, Prospect Park cited its inability to come to terms with the unions including those representing the actors (AFTRA) and the writers (WGA). Shortly afterward, the various unions began issuing statements in response to the production companies decision.