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EXCLUSIVE! Sources have confirmed to Soap Opera Network that "Days of our Lives" has fired Co-Executive Producer Noel Maxam. His replacement will be former "Passions" Executive Producer Lisa De Cazotte.

Soap Opera Network has confirmed with an official Prospect Park spokesperson that Darnell Williams has reached an agreement to continue with "All My Children" for its scheduled online resurrection in 2012. This afternoon, Williams' former and future co-star, Lindsay Hartley (Cara) jumped over the production company that licensed "AMC" and "One Life to Live" earlier this year to reveal the news on Twitter. The excited actress exclaimed to fans that the popular actor "has officially signed on!! More to come." All deals between Prospect Park and performers remain tentative at the moment due to the fact that an official deal hasn't been reached between the actors' union AFTRA and the production company.

A look at what's happening on "One Life to Live" during the week of October 24, 2011.

A look at what's happening on "General Hospital" during the week of October 24, 2011.

TV Line revealed today that Susan Lucci has landed a gig on "Army Wives" which airs on the Lifetime cable network. The popular series stars Lucci's former "All My Children" co-star Kim Delaney. For at least two episodes of the sixth season of the series, which will begin airing in the spring of 2012, the daytime legend will be playing a former Army wife and a new confidante of sorts for Delaney's character, Claudia.

Add another name to the list of the caravan of returning stars to "One Life to Live." Fiona Hutchison shocked fans this week by announcing the soap has asked her to reprise her signature role of Gabrielle Mednina.

Catherine Hickland becomes the latest in a series of former cast members returning to "One Life to Live" before the show wraps up its run on ABC Daytime.

"One Life to Live" DVR Alerts for the Week of October 24, 2011.

"General Hospital" DVR Alerts for the Week of October 24, 2011.

You may be asking yourself why in the world would we be doing a ratings reflection that highlights ABC's canceled "All My Children" as ranking second in households (amongst all soaps) for the season when the show has already gone off the air with its last episode airing on Friday, September 23 and talk show "The Chew" already replacing the soap in its old timeslot. If I were to tell you that because ABC scheduled the series finale of "AMC" during the first week of the 2011-2012 television season that the soap would remain in the season-to-date rankings until September 2012, would you believe it? You better!