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Earlier today we reported on word that Prospect Park would not be airing online episodes of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" on TOLN/The OnLine Network, as had originally been expected, following today's announcement by the company that Hulu, the green internet hub owned by The Walt Disney Company, Comcast and News Corp., had acquired digital distribution rights to both series via Hulu's subscription and free-to-view platforms. In a blog posting on its website, Hulu clarified that news report.
As previously reported, actor Jimmy Deshler has joined the cast of "General Hospital" in the role of Rafe, who is believed to be the son of Alison Barrington and Caleb Morley as a result of their sexual encounter occurring towards the end of ABC's long canceled “Port Charles.”
Per recent comments made by TV Line's Matt Webb Mitovich, it looks like Prospect Park's plans to air new episodes of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" via its pending and web portal may not be happening after all. This is apparently as a result of today's announcement that Hulu and its Hulu Plus subdivision, along with Apple's iTunes, will be the digital places to be plugged (or unplugged if you have wireless capabilities) into for fans of the soap operas. It was initially expected that with the Hulu and Apple deals in place, and would be used for additional viewing opportunities as was done with the shows when they aired on and

Jack Wagner’s First ‘GH’ Airdate Revealed

Friday, January 25, 2013 3:04 PM EDT
As previously reported, Jack Wagner is returning to ABC's "General Hospital" to reprise his role as Frisco Jones on the daytime drama series. Soap Opera Network first reported on word of Wagner's return to the set on Monday, January 14, following a now squashed Twitter controversy surrounding the actor and now co-star Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis). The two appeared separately in the Monday, January 7 episode of "Castle," which also happens to air on ABC.
NBC's "Days of our Lives" is continuing its nationwide fan event tour this February when cast members of the series gather throughout Universal Orlando Restort in Florida, including a meet and greet with fans at the parks Universal CityWalk. Cast members scheduled to attend are John Aniston, Camila Banus, Shawn Christian, Casey Deidrick, Galen Gering, Kate Mansi, Eric Martsolf, Peggy McCay, James Scott and Arianne Zucker. The event will be held on Saturday, February 23.
With Lynn Herring returning last month as the ever spectacular Lucy Coe, now head of CoeCoe Cosmetics, many were left wondering if her return would solely be for the purpose of resurrecting the Nurse's Ball on ABC's "General Hospital." Thanks to the creative writing of head writer Ron Carlivati and his team, that doesn't appear to be the case. In a welcome twist of fate it looks as though Lucy's return has actually helped open up a string of storylines tied to ABC's canceled "General Hospital" spin-off "Port Charles."
On Thursday, January 24, former "All My Children" star Christina Bennett Lind (ex-Bianca Montgomery) began appearing in the role of Susy Hendrix, a blind woman who finds herself opening doors to a psychopathic game of deceit and murder, in the John W. Engeman Theater Production of "Wait Until Dark."
Earlier this month Soap Opera Network asked "What About the Music?" shortly after word first leaked that Prospect Park would be resuming plans to produce new episodes of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" for the web. Today, we can report that Prospect Park's deal with Universal Music Group is back on and fans should expect music, e-commerce and artist participation to new productions of both series, as originally outlined in an October 2011 press release (see release below).