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  • Keeping It All in the Family: Kim Zimmer’s Husband Joins Her in Llanview

    Weary (far left), pictured with sons and wife Zimmer. Credit: BroadwayWorld.com
    Weary (far left), pictured with sons and wife Zimmer. Credit: BroadwayWorld.com
    When Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier) and Natalie (Melissa Archer) arrive in Kentucky at the Spotted Pony Strip Club later this week, fans may recognize the face of the man tending bar behind the counter. A.C. Weary, the husband of Kim Zimmer, who returned to the role of Echo Di Savoy last October after a nearly thirty year absence from the show, has been cast in the recurring role of Theo, the club's manager. But don't expect husband and wife to be sharing screen time anytime soon, however. READ MORE
  • OUT! Barret Helms as Baz on ‘One Life to Live’

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    After learning he was joining the cast of "One Life to Live" in the contract role of Baz on the same day the show was canceled back on April 14, Soap Opera Network can confirm that actor Barret Helms is no longer with the show. READ MORE
  • Look Who Never Left!

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    Thomas A. Montalto/MontaltoPhotos.com
    Back in June at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, "One Life to Live" executive producer Frank Valentini alluded to Soap Opera Network that we hadn't seen the last of Farah Fath despite her character, Gigi Morasco, being killed off. In our Twitter posting that night, we stated "according to Frank Valentini, more surprises in store for #OLTL. Have we seen the last of Gigi? Don't believe what you see!" Come August, that's never been more certain! READ MORE
  • Brandon Buddy Takes to Twitter Seeking a Return to ‘One Life to Live’

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    Brandon Buddy, who left "One Life to Live" in November 2010 shortly after a hacking controversy on Twitter, is now using the social network service again by seeking assistance from fans of Starr (Kristen Alderson) and Cole (Buddy) to get him back on the show. READ MORE
  • One Life to Live Episode Counts: July 2011 Edition

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    Donna Svennevik/ABC
    "One Life to Live" July and 2011 Year-to-Date Episode Counts. READ MORE
  • Prospect Park Aligning Staff for Online Television Network

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    Details are slowly trickling in from Prospect Park, the new production company that will be handling production and distribution of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" once both series complete their runs on ABC. READ MORE
  • Gina Tognoni Says Farewell to Llanview, Takes Tom Degnan With Her

    According to Gina Tognoni during Saturday's "Girl's Night Out" event during the "One Life to Live" Fan Club Weekend, her character Kelly Cramer will be departing Llanview on Wednesday, August 24, when Kelly decides to return to London to be closer to her son Zane. Meanwhile, Tom Degnan's Joey Buchanan may not be far behind. READ MORE
  • Details on Erin Torpey’s Return to Llanview

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    As we previously reported, after nearly a decade since departing "One Life to Live," Erin Torpey is returning to the fictional town of Llanview to shake things up with one of her former characters childhood lovers. READ MORE
  • ABC Sets Carol Burnett’s First Airdate on ‘All My Children’

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    One of the first high-profile returns announced following news of the cancellation of "All My Children" on ABC this past April was that of Carol Burnett as Verla Grubbs. Soap Opera Network has learned Burnett will mark her re-entrance into Pine Valley society on Tuesday, September 6. The comedic legend started taping her scenes this past Friday, August 12. Burnett is expected to appear in several episodes of the soap. READ MORE
  • SOAPnet: The Definition of “Classic” Made Clear

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    On Friday, August 12, both Soap Opera Network and Soap Opera Digest reported SOAPnet's post "All My Children" schedule (Monday, September 26), which included the insertion of "Brothers & Sisters" re-runs and the shuffling of more than 80% of the schedule into different time periods. Other than "Days of our Lives" picking up a primetime spot (8:00 PM ET/PT), nothing caught reader attention more than the network announcing classic episodes of "All My Children," "General Hospital" and "One Life to Live." So what is a classic episode according to the network? READ MORE