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Conn’s ‘Life’ Ends with Prospect Park

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Thursday, October 27, 2011 10:06 AM EDT
Even though nearly a dozen "One Life to Live" cast members have already signed on to remain with the show when it moves to online production with Prospect Park in the coming months, at least one actress won't be sticking around to make the transition. Terri Conn (Aubrey/Christine) tells Soap Opera Weekly that "I'm not going to stay."

Last Chance to Tour the ‘One Life to Live’ Studio

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Thursday, October 27, 2011 12:09 AM EDT
With production on the show's television run scheduled to end on Friday, November 18, "One Life to Live" is offering four lucky fans a final opportunity to go behind-the-scenes of the soap's New York City studios with long-time cast member Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer).

17 and Pregnant, ‘OLTL’ Makes Destiny a Mother

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011 11:55 PM EDT
With the father of her unborn baby still in a coma, a very much pregnant Destiny Evans (Shenell Edmonds) continues to inch closer toward her due date. However, the teenage mother-to-be will soon be going through labor pains as "One Life to Live" is already looking to cast her little bundle of joy.
"One Life to Live" may be only weeks away from ending production on its ABC Daytime run, but that isn't stopping the show from introducing a new character. Beginning early next month, Teresa Patel joins the cast in the recurring role of Vimal's (Nick Choksi) younger sister Neela.
As part of the growing changes at ABC Daytime, the Disney/ABC Television Group has announced Mirian Arias as its new Vice President, Daytime Communications. Arias replaces Jori Peterson, who headed up the division for a number of years in the role of Vice President, Publicity, ABC Daytime and SOAPnet. Although Peterson has left ABC Daytime and SOAPnet, she remains part of the Disney/ABC Television Group as the acting head of the ABC Family Communications team.
"All My Children" ended its television run on Friday, September 23, 2011, but pop-culture artist David O'Keefe has captured the essence of what made the soap opera special to millions of viewers for more than 41-years courtesy of his new painting "A Tribute to 'All My Children' - Pine Valley," which took two months from concept to fruition.