If you happened to be watching the east coast feed of "One Life to Live" today, you may have felt you were in a time warp and it was Wednesday, August 24, 2011 all over again after nearly thirty minutes into the broadcast. Turns out you weren't in a different dimension or anything more soapy, but you were witnessing a "technical glitch," an ABC rep confirms to Soap Opera Network.
As Soap Opera Network recently reported, SOAPnet will be saying a special goodbye to the41- year network run of "All My Children" on the weekend before the daytime drama's last episode is scheduled to air (Friday, September 23). Today, SOAPnet released the episodes they will use for the 2-day marathon.
Eva LaRue and Sarah Michelle Gellar reunited with some of their former co-stars on the set of "All My Children" earlier today. The two beautiful women taped their scenes scheduled to air on Wednesday, September 21. Continue to read to find out who Gellar will be playing. Soap Opera Network also investigated to find out if this episode is it for LaRue.
Susan Lucci has taken to Twitter by announcing that she is heading into her final week of taping at ABC's "All My Children," although she doesn't make it clear whether or not she will be moving on to the Prospect Park version of the soap when it debuts in January 2012.
Less than a week after first breaking the news that Barret Helms had wrapped up filming on "One Life to Live," Soap Opera Network can now confirm the actor's final airdate as Tomas Delgado's (Ted King) long-lost son Baz Moreau.
TVLine.com is reporting that Tamara Tunie is returning to daytime television after a two year absence. The actress, who portrayed attorney Jessica Griffin on CBS' "As The World Turns" from 2000 through 2007 and again in 2009 is scheduled to appear on NBC's "Days of our Lives" in November as a judge.
If you're local ABC affiliate broke into "One Life to Live" and/or "General Hospital" today, you might have missed all or part of today's episodes due to a 5.9 magnitude Earthquake that hit the east coast just before 2:00 PM. Thankfully, SOAPnet and ABC.com are here to save the day for those markets affected by the quake.